Sidney home highlighted in parade

SIDNEY – Sean Rank hopes people who tour D&S Construction’s Parade of Homes entry in Sidney will be inspired. The property already has inspired the company to reconsider the process by which it builds houses.

Two charged in local woman’s murder

ST. PARIS — Valerie and Rodney Rider Sr. of rural St. Paris were arraigned in Champaign County Municipal Court on Friday in relation to the alleged murder of Whitney Hostler, a 25-year-old resident of western Champaign County reported missing by the Champaign County Sheriff’s Office on Thursday afternoon. The married couple were arraigned via video from the Tri-County Regional Jail, Mechanicsburg.

A place to call home

SIDNEY — Marie Strunk was living in a car, battling addiction and feeling like the world had given up on her.


Mike Mullen became an angel on Saturday, September 26, 2020.

Teen stabbed in Troy

TROY — One juvenile is in custody and one is being treated following a stabbing late Friday night.

Name released on Wednesday crash victim

STAUNTON TOWNSHIP — The name of the person who died in Wednesday’s crash on I-75 north of Troy has been released.

Veteran on walking journey through Ohio

TROY — Conrad Allen is on a mission. On Thursday, his mission brought him through Miami County, with stops in Troy and Tipp City.

Miami East will celebrate homecoming 2020 tonight at the high school. Senior king and queen candidates include, front row, l-r: Morgan Hamby, Cassidy Walker, Pam Casner, Libby Carpenter, Cadence Gross. Back row, l-r: Cody Webb, Jonah Wolf, Daniel Davis, Dillon Taynor, Coleman Demmitt

Western Ohio Fence Company in Piqua installed new split-rail fencing around the barnyard at the John Johnston Farm & Indian Agency this summer. In the foreground of this photo are the Native American mounds built by the Adena Indians who occupied the land 3,000 years ago, according to Site Director Andy Hite. The historic site will be open weekends through the end of September. Canal boat rides will be available at 12:30, 2:30, and 4 p.m. on those weekends.

One dead, one injured in I-75 crash

STAUNTON TOWNSHIP — One person was killed and another injured in a crash on southbound Interstate 75 on Wednesday.