COVINGTON — Some seasons success can be measured by wins and losses.
Piqua mail carrier Dylan Martin walks his route in Piqua on Thursday as snow continues to fall. Martin, who has been a mail carrier for nearly two years, said that while the snow makes delivering the mail a little more difficult, he tries to take it in stride and it is just a part of the job.
BROOKVILLE — Troy Christian coach Tony Ferraro knew his team needed the defensive effort of the season as the sixth seeded Lady Eagles took on second seed Catholic Central in Brookville D-IV sectional action Wednesday night at Brookville High School.
By Aimee Hancock
COVINGTON — Covington High School has produced several cheerleaders who went on to cheer at the collegiate level, but Kayla Mitchell became the first in program history to be awarded a scholarship while still in high school.
TROY — Troy Council President William “Bill” Lutz on Tuesday read a statement on a resident’s behalf related to the past two city council meetings, which lacked social distancing and turned into debates regarding the city’s mask mandates and ignoring public health orders regarding group gatherings.
By Matt Clevenger
MIAMI COUNTY — Winter storm Uri blew through the county Monday night bringing with it more than 6 inches of snow in most places.
A man rests on a bench atop the levee in Piqua on Tuesday morning as he takes in the aftermath of Monday’s snowstorm.
NEW CARLISLE — It didn’t end the way Troy girls basketball first-year coach Jeremy Hughes had hoped.