Jayden Dixon bags items for a customer as he and Tony McGillvary man the Lincoln Community Center booth at Troy’s Farmers Market on Saturday.

TFBT awards Last Dollar grants

TROY — On Wednesday, Aug. 5, a day-long Last Dollar Grant pick-up award ceremony was held outside of The Future Begins Today (TFBT) office in Troy. Twenty-nine students who reside in the Troy School district, whether graduates of Troy High School or Troy Christian High School, brought their special guests and were individually recognized for receiving a Last Dollar Grant to support their higher education training or college. There were $41,250 in Last Dollar Grants awarded.

SUV hit by train

STAUNTON TOWNSHIP — One person was transported by Troy Fire Department medics following a crash involving an SUV and a CSX train at the Rusk Road crossing early Thursday morning.

Historic aircraft donated to Armstrong Museum

Fairborn native and former NASA astronaut Greg Johnson participates in a champagne toast with Mark and Rick Armstrong, sons of Neil Armstrong at the Neil Armstrong Airport on Wednesday after Armstrong’s Learjet that the National Aviation Hall of Fame enshrinee flew to at least five world record flights in the late 1970s, made its final flight before being donated to the Armstrong Air & Space Museum in Wapakoneta.

An Air Tractor AT-802A, flown by James Morris of Corpus Christi, Texas, flies low over the corn spraying fungicide at the Rob Hart Farm on Peterson Road on Tuesday afternoon. Morris flies for Dungan Aerial Service, Inc. out of Milford, Ilol., and are contracted through Lena Ag Services in Lena to provide crop spraying for area farmers.

One dead in Monday crash

TROY — One person is confirmed dead following a two-vehicle crash at the intersection of Troy-Sidney and Peterson roads.

Rachel Schaffner of Casstown holds a sign supporting law enforcement during a Saturday morning “Back the Blue” rally in Troy. The event was sponsored by the Miami County Rally Around Ohio group

Diann Fine purchases sunflowers from the Sunflower Truck at the Troy Farmer’s Market on Saturday morning.

Hauenstein Ct. fire displaces three

TROY — Three family members were displaced following a Saturday morning house fire.

John Kneisley of Troy throws a casting net in to the pond at Duke Park on Thursday afternoon to catch minnows for a fishing trip.