2018 Vecten Dayton Air Show
Canal Music Fest returns this weekend
Pet of the Week
Foundation appoints executive director
Scratch Bakery opens in Tipp City
- Safety a top priority for local districts - 3:36 pm
- Tipp schools seeks Miami Valley Career Technology Center board member - 3:17 pm
- Commissioners accept road salt quote - 3:57 pm
- Donation made to late chief’s safety fund - 6:12 pm updated: 2:16 pm.
- Community briefs - 1:19 pm
- Commissioners OK contracts - 11:53 am
- City discusses highway mowing - 11:06 pm updated: 3:55 pm.
- Boy Scout displays drive to give back - 11:46 am
- Legion awards scholarships - 3:12 pm
- Vectren to replace gas mains in West Milton - 1:02 pm
- Council swears in new officer, sergeant - 10:34 am
- West Milton to regulate cell towers - 1:39 pm
- Waco hosts LEGO coach seminar - 1:17 pm
- Provided photoThe museum has changed its revolving display case and is challenging visitors to correctly identify the items inside. Stop by to take a look on Wednesdays, Saturdays or by appointment. - 3:01 pm
- Police reports - 2:08 pm
- Community briefs - 3:54 pm
- Board hears bullying, enrollment update - 4:35 pm
- New ways of learning supported by grant awards - 3:31 pm
- Local students receive art awards - 2:30 pm
- View Story - 8:17 am
- Bethel board hires new treasurer - 4:34 pm
- Community briefs - 3:54 pm
- Township honors late fire chief - 5:57 pm
- The Lovers to perform at Fridays on Prouty - 4:00 pm
- Board votes to place levy on ballot - 6:34 pm
Vectren to replace gas mains in West Milton
WEST MILTON — Contract crews working for Vectren Energy Delivery (Vectren) will soon begin replacing gas mains and service lines in West Milton ...
Council swears in new officer, sergeant
WEST MILTON — At their July meeting, the West Milton village council oversaw the swearing in of a new police officer and a new sergeant.Council ...
West Milton to regulate cell towers
WEST MILTON — Joining many other municipalities in the county and the state, West Milton is considering legislation regulating small cell towers...
Waco hosts LEGO coach seminar
MIAMI COUNTY — Do you still enjoy playing with LEGOS even though you’re over 20? Out of curiosity did you to take apart a transistor radio...
Provided photoThe museum has changed its revolving display case and is challenging visitors to correctly identify the items inside. Stop by to take a look on Wednesdays, Saturdays or by appointment.
TIPP CITY — The Tippecanoe Historical Society Museum has changed its revolving display case.It is now filled with 19 items for visitors to try t...
June 28DISORDERLY CONDUCT: Report of a male yelling at vehicles and reportedly fighting the air on West Main Street. Gone on arrival.ACCIDENT: Hit ski...
Foundation holds fall distribution event
MIAMI COUNTY — With the coming of the holiday season, comes the opportunity to reflect on those aspects of our communities which make them fanta...
Public meetings set for county’s mitigation plan
Staff ReportTROY — A public informational meeting to review the updated Miami County Hazard Mitigation Plan is scheduled for 6 p.m. Tuesday, May...
A tough act to follow
By Josh Brownjbrown@civitasmedia.comVANDALIA — As if Caleb South needed more motivation heading into Saturday’s sectional final, his mothe...
Trojans rebound vs. Red Devils
By Josh Brownjbrown@civitasmedia.comTROY — The Troy boys and girls bowling teams were looking to bounce back after tough losses to Butler last w...
Bees hold off Vikings
By Josh Brownjbrown@civitasmedia.comBRANDT — With a chance to put a rivalry game away from the free throw line and solidify his team’s lea...
Battiston to appear on ‘Broken Skull Ranch’
By David Fongdfong@aimmediamidwest.comTROY — Ken Battiston used to fight for his right to watch “Stone Cold” Steve Austin on televis...
The Moody Blooms: Dark florals move from runway to rooms
We know that what brews in fashion percolates into decor. This fall, it’s floral prints loaded with depth and drama.Anna Sui’s fall 2017 s...
US housing starts fall 0.8 pct., a 2nd straight monthly drop
WASHINGTON (AP) — Homebuilders slowed their pace of construction by 0.8 percent in August, the second straight monthly decline. A steep drop in ...
Spooky or sweet: choosing a theme for Halloween decorations
Before they even know whether the candy will be top-notch or king-size, trick or treaters are drawn to houses decked out for Halloween.“When kid...
Consumer packaging group to reduce confusing food labels
NEW YORK (AP) — “Sell by?” ”Display Until?” ”Best Before?”These food date labels intend to help shoppers fig...
Remembering the lasts
Some last moments are vivid in my memory. I can recall to this day, over 30 years later, the last time I spoke with my father. Actually, I remember tw...
‘Some assembly required’ tests relationships
A couple of weeks ago, we purchased a new grill for our son and thought to surprise him by putting it together and having it all ready for him when he...
Farmers market season in full swing
Looking for a place to buy fresh local produce and baked goods or crafts made by area artisans? Give one — or all! — of these area farmers...
‘Fun’ has different meaning for all
This month I’ve celebrated food, friends, and family and my column this week is about…fun! People define “fun” differently. I ...
Celebrating family this summer
I enjoy Father’s Day very much. It’s always a day when family - sometimes many, sometimes just a few - gather to grill out, play games, an...
The science behind our social circles
Sarah Rose Cavanagh, Ph.D., is an associate professor at Assumption College. She published an article in Psychology Today about “social capital....