Pet of the Week

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Meet Frankie

Hidden camera found in county office

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By Aimee Hancock

Piqua’s Wiley, Lehman Catholic’s Bostic go unbeaten at Lehman wrestling quad

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SIDNEY — It has been a tough season for wrestlers and coaches, with numerous tournaments being postponed.

Health commissioner to address council

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TROY — Troy City Council has planned for a presentation from the Miami County Health District Commissioner Dennis Propes at its meeting at 7 p.m. Monday, Feb. 1, at the Bravo Room at Hobart Arena.

A Voice of Democracy

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Owen Via, 18, of Newton Township, recently earned a state title in the annual VFW Voice of Democracy competition for the state of Ohio. Via, a senior at Newton High School, represented VFW Post No. 6557 of Pleasant Hill. He will next compete in the national Voice of Democracy competition. Due to the ongoing COVID-19 restrictions, the date and place are still being determined. Via is the son of Jason and Mandy Via.

EMA director gives COVID, vaccine update

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TROY — Miami County remains in the red zone for COVID-19 spread, according to the Ohio Public Health Advisory System, although the county now meets just one of the system’s seven indicators.

Troy again seeks downtown DORA

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TROY — The city of Troy is revisiting adding a Designated Outdoor Refreshment Area (DORA) to downtown Troy with a city council work session scheduled at 6 p.m. Feb. 8 at the Hobart Arena’s Bravo Room.

Tippecanoe boys up to latest challenge

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TIPP CITY — Tippecanoe basketball coach Adam Toohey knew there would be no repeat of the Red Devils 83-37 win over Troy before Christmas when the Trojans visited Pat Wampler Gymnasium Tuesday night — for a number of reasons.

Lilly Graham from Piqua Catholic School, standing left, and Elijah Amick from Piqua Junior High School, standing far right, face off as the final two contestants in Thursday’s Piqua City-Wide Spelling Bee at Piqua Central Intermediate School. Amick finished the night as the Piqua Spelling Bee champion while Graham was runner-up. The annual event is sponsored by the Piqua Kiwanis Club.

Anick wins spelling bee

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Lilly Graham from Piqua Catholic School, standing left, and Elijah Amick from Piqua Junior High School, standing far right, face off as the final...
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Local doctor says vaccine safe

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MIAMI COUNTY — While the longevity of the COVID-19 vaccines currently available remains unclear, the need for people to get vaccinated isn’t in question...