Go Piqua … Beat Troy!
Healing event for survivors set for Nov. 19
Blaze destroys Pleasant Hill business
Warrant issued for pursuit suspect who crashed into Covington home
- Go Piqua … Beat Troy! - 4:21 pm
- Pit project put on hold - 3:16 pm updated: 3:32 pm.
- Piqua police reports highlights - 1:31 pm
- Healing event for survivors set for Nov. 19 - 1:10 pm
- UVCC Student Senate honored - 11:28 am
- Reader’s vote is for Mahan - 9:29 am
- Blaze destroys Pleasant Hill business - 1:53 am updated: 11:32 am.
- You’re Invited - 9:54 pm
- Candidates, issues come to the voters - 9:51 pm
- Fire destroys home on Locust - 6:14 pm
- Trick-or-Treat! - 5:55 pm
- Strip mine application withdrawn - 4:52 pm
- #VotingSelfie OK in Ohio - 3:26 pm updated: 6:57 pm.
- Covington FFA places in competitions - 2:29 pm
- Boltin named Fair Buyer of Year - 2:17 pm
- Warrant issued for pursuit suspect who crashed into Covington home - 12:51 pm
- Everything on line Friday - 12:50 pm
- Ensuring a free, fair election - 12:43 pm
- Writer’s Club offers community to local writers - 12:29 pm
- Miami County Foundation awards grants - 11:47 am
- Area briefs - 11:26 am updated: 11:36 am.
- A Dunn deal: Piqua teacher receives award - 11:04 am updated: 11:06 am.
- County FFA members attend convention - 10:07 am
- ‘Troy Week’ gets even bigger - 2:03 am
- PCS forecast to remain in the black - 8:30 pm
- Teens pitch in to prettify park - 3:45 pm
- Kiwanis youth grounds collect for UNICEF - 3:36 pm updated: 3:37 pm.
- Piqua police reports highlights - 3:11 pm
- 911 center renovations approved - 2:40 pm
- Commissioners: ‘We have recovered’ - 2:14 pm
- Edison to honor Korean War vets - 1:51 pm
- Area briefs - 1:36 pm updated: 2:38 pm.
- Miami County Sheriff’s Office reports - 1:17 pm
- Area briefs - 1:09 pm
- View Story - 11:37 am updated: 11:41 am.
- Round-up checks up on local sex offenders - 10:58 am
- Arsonist sentenced to 17 months in prison - 11:02 pm updated: 12:41 pm.
- Sheriff’s Office conducts sex offender sweep - 10:05 pm updated: 3:02 pm.
- Two more subjects incarcerated for Union Twp. invasion - 1:55 pm
- YMCA offering lifeguard certification - 10:06 am
- Area briefs - 7:08 pm
- Resturant inspections - 5:58 pm updated: 6:07 pm.
- Piqua to vote on charter amendments - 3:29 pm
- Two candidates vie for sheriff’s seat - 2:27 pm
- Cousins reunite to relive Piqua memories - 12:25 pm
- Crisis Text Line offers ‘hope’ for Ohioans - 9:51 am
- Knepp, Covington girls, Russia girls win district titles - 11:26 pm updated: 6:28 pm.
- Mayse takes fourth at D-I district; Spitzer second in D-II - 10:49 pm
- No stopping Lehman volleyball; Lady Cavs win sectional title in five sets - 10:05 pm
- Real estate transactions - 9:42 pm
Fire destroys home on Locust
TROY — Troy Fire Department responded to a house fire at 591 Locust Wednesday afternoon and damage was so extensive the home appears to be a tot...
Mike Ullery | Daily CallMadilyn Tackett, 2, and her brother Gaven, 5, Trick-or-Treat in downtown Piqua on Wednesday evening during the annual Mainstre...
Strip mine application withdrawn
MIAMI COUNTY — Before a hearing scheduled to consider the proposal, Piqua Materials has withdrawn their application to open a surface mining ope...
#VotingSelfie OK in Ohio
MIAMI COUNTY — Pop music superstar Justin Timberlake is used to being in the spotlight, but this past week he has been under public scrutiny for...
Covington FFA places in competitions
COVINGTON — Throughout the months of September and October, the Covington FFA chapter had students compete in the soil judging career developmen...
Boltin named Fair Buyer of Year
NASHVILLE, Tenn. — The International Entertainment Buyer’s Association (IEBA), the leading trade organization for live entertainment indus...
Birth plan can lay foundation for mom’s desires
By Neil Salas, MDContributing columnistWomen play an active role in their health care decisions more than ever before and the birth of their child is ...
Knepp, Covington girls, Russia girls win district titles
By Rob [email protected] — Bradford sophomore Karmen Knepp won the Cedarville D-III district race Saturday in school record...
Mayse takes fourth at D-I district; Spitzer second in D-II
By Rob [email protected] — The time may not have been the one Piqua senior Andy Mayse had been looking for.But, it was plen...
No stopping Lehman volleyball; Lady Cavs win sectional title in five sets
By Rob [email protected] — Everyone on the Catholic Central volleyball team knew where the ball was going.So did their bench a...
Piqua football enjoying change of fortune; riding six-game win streak
By Rob [email protected] weeks ago, you could have made a lot of money if you had said Piqua would be 7-2 and playing Troy for the GWOC ...
Friday Night Lights – Week 9
Mike Ullery | Daily CallSeniors Tristen Cox, 67, Josh Potter, 78, and Nate Monnin, 88, chat as they wait to be recognized during Piqua High School sen...
MULTIMEDIA - PHOTO STORE
Today• MINICON: Make your favorite book character come to life at the Troy-Miami County Library. Dress up as your favorite book character and jo...
Reaching the finish line
My last column got you started on your purchase by determining how much you could afford, getting loan pre-approval, and finding the right agent to to...
Benjamin Eli Yost, 30, of 441 Powell Street B, Monmouth, Ore. to Bethany Jean Brubaker, 38, of 102 Addison Street, Casstown.Melissa Dawn Moses, 31, of...
Miami County Marriages
Heidi Sue VandeKemp, 49, of 1301 Trade Square West Apt. 12, Troy to Clark Glen Powell, 66, of 897 Preston Drive, Waynesville.Ashlyn Brooke Root, 19, o...
Today-Sunday• HAUNTED WOODS: Come enjoy a kid-friendly evening filled with guided walks, live animals and costumed characters at Brukner Nature ...
Couple celebrating 60th anniversary
TROY — Paul R. and Delores (Clawson) Kerns of Troy will celebrate their 60th wedding anniversary Oct. 27, 2016.The couple were married Oct. 27, ...
Duchak the right man for sheriff
To to the Editor:Long time (40 years) Miami County Clerk of Courts Jan A. Mottinger comes out in support of a very qualified and dedicated gentleman w...
Vote Duchak for Miami County Sheriff
To the Editor:To the citizens and voters of Miami County, concerning the candidates for sheriff of Miami County that you will be voting for on Nov. 8,...
Moving on — and up
Regardless of the outcome of the presidential election, most persons with only a high school diploma need to acknowledge that high-paying jobs are not...
The Marietta Times, Oct. 22In July 2014, Brittany Pilkington, of Bellefontaine, Ohio, smothered her 3-mont-old son, Niall. She told authorities she di...
Retired officer supports Duchak
To the Editor:When you go to the polls to vote on Nov. 8, please cast your vote for Chief Deputy Dave Duchak for Miami County Sheriff.As a retired Piq...
Prosecutor supports Duchak for Sheriff
To the Editor:I’m very grateful to the citizens of Miami County for re-electing me to office as your Miami County Prosecutor in the primary elec...
Students attend Manufacturing Day
SIDNEY — High school students from Shelby and Miami counties left their classrooms Friday, Oct. 7, to participate in Manufacturing Day. Various ...
McColloch-Baker included in study group
PIQUA — McColloch-Baker lnsurance Service is part of an elite group of independent insurance agencies around the United States participating in ...
Should you pay off your mortgage early?
Many people who carry a home mortgage dream of the day when they will no longer face the burden of a monthly house bill. They want the financial freed...
Restauranter seeks fellow investors
PIQUA — Longtime businessman and restauranter John R. Irmscher is making his way to Piqua with the restaurant JT’s Brew & Grill in tow...
A warm invitation
In late spring and summer, it’s easy to envision ways to enhance your home’s curb appeal with a trimmed lawn, planted and potted brightly ...