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Council reviews $1 million marina renovations today

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TROY — Council will consider $1 million in the marina renovations at today’s council meeting at 7 p.m. at City Hall.The building’s committee will recommend to council to approve to seek bids for the renovation work, although council member Robin Oda requested that her reservations about the project be part of the majority report submitted by council member and committee chair Lynne Snee.

 

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Friday’s ScoresThe Associated PressPREP FOOTBALLAkr. Coventry 35, Kent Roosevelt 33Akr. East 7, Akr. Kenmore 0Akr. Garfield 28, Akr. Firestone 12Akr. Hoban 38, Barberton 12Alliance Marlington 38, Beloit W. Branch 13Amanda-Clearcreek 20, Baltimore Liberty Union 16Anna 34, Rockford Parkway 6Apple Creek Waynedale 35, Creston Norway...

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One tough stretch

By David FongRegional Sports Content ManagerTROY — Scot Brewer may just take the film from Friday night’s game and burn it.There’s no sense in using it as a teaching tool — there’s only so much that can possibly be learned from a game that was 48-0 at half and ended with Wayne defeating Troy by a final score of 54-0 — and besides, it may just serve to exorcise the demons not only from Friday night’s loss, but from the ...

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Bulldogs get 1st win

Staff ReportsDAYTON — Milton-Union has already seen its share of ups and downs in the first three weeks of the season.Friday night, the Bulldogs took the lessons they’ve learned through all of that and applied it on the field, taking control early and never letting go in a 50-24 victory at Northridge in the team’s Southwestern Buckeye League Buckeye Division opener.“It feels great,” Milton-Union coach Mark Lane said. “ItR...

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Piqua loses close one

By Rob KiserCall Sports Editorrkiser@civitasmedia.comThe Piqua football team couldn’t hold an early lead and fell to Northmont 31-24 Friday night at Alexander Stadium/Purk Field in GWOC North action.After trailing 17-14 at halftime, Piqua put up the first points of the second half.The Indians, starting on their own 12, moved deep into Northmont territory before settling for a field goal.An 18-yard pass from Rupert Delacru...

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Covington too much for Bethel

By Josh BrownSports EditorCOVINGTON – Early on, Bethel used the big play to show it could compete with Covington.But the Buccaneers proved that slow and steady wins the race.Covington used a number of time-consuming methodical drives late in the first quarter and throughout the second quarter to turn a 7-7 game into a 20-point halftime lead, cruising from there to a 41-7 victory, handing the Cross County Conference rival Bees their first loss ...

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Bulldogs remain unbeaten in SWBL Buckeye

Staff ReportsMIDDLETOWN — Taylor Jacobs scored the eventual game-winning goal midway through the second half Thursday night, helping the Milton-Union girls soccer team remain undefeated in Southwestern Buckeye League Buckeye Division play with a hard-fought 3-2 victory at Madison.The Bulldogs (10-1, 6-0) took a 2-0 lead with the game’s first 12 minutes. Danielle McFarland started things off with an assist from Josie Berberich less than three minutes into the ...

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Jackets ready to move on if Johansen doesn’t sign

COLUMBUS (AP) — Talks between the Columbus Blue Jackets and leading scorer Ryan Johansen are clearly at a contentious impasse.Johansen’s agent, Kurt Overhardt, said the young star left Columbus on Wednesday afternoon — a day before the start of training camp.“(Our) talks (were) indicating that they weren’t going to allow the player be present at the facility,” Overhardt told The Associated Press. “We just thought it was a good op...

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Buckeyes gearing up for UC’s lethal passing attack

COLUMBUS (AP) — Urban Meyer flipped on the TV last Friday night to watch his alma mater in action.What he saw when Cincinnati hosted Toledo, however, blew him away.“I was kind of like probably most of the country, like, ‘Whoa!’” Meyer, said of the aerial attack produced by quarterback Gunner Kiel and the Bearcats in what would turn out to be a 58-34 win over Toledo. “I thought it was going to be a 60-0 (game) and the kid was going to t...

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Browns’ Gordon suspension reduced to 10 games

BEREA (AP) — Josh Gordon has been cleared to run a route back to the Browns this season.Cleveland’s star wide receiver was reinstated into the NFL and had his one-year suspension reduced to 10 games after the league announced changes to its drug policy on Friday.The league and Players’ Association reached agreement on revisions to the substance-abuse program two days after announcing changes on performance-enhancing drugs.Gordon, who has at l...

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Keselowski aims for another win at New Hampshire

LOUDON, N.H. (AP) — Denny Hamlin once called his shot at New Hampshire, guaranteeing a win with a tweet, and followed through by taking the checkered flag.Any bold boasts this weekend? Not so far.Brad Keselowski is NASCAR’s cleanup hitter, taking his first career two-race winning streak into New Hampshire. As the hottest driver in the field, Keselowski is the early favorite to win the Chase for the Sprint Cup championship.“Somehow my car disa...

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Hester stands alone as NFL’s greatest returner

ATLANTA (AP) — Devin Hester gets a text every morning from Deion Sanders, usually with some sort of inspirational message.“That’s my alarm,” Hester said. “When I get that text, I know it’s time to get up.”Things were a little different Friday.When Sanders delivered his latest message, it was to a friend and protege who now holds the NFL record for most return touchdowns all by himself.Hester high-stepped int...

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Cruise-In for a Cause

For the Troy Daily NewsMIAMI COUNTY — The Miami Valley Veterans Museum will host a “Cruise-in for a Cause” car and military vehicle rally to benefit veterans’ organizations will be held on Sunday, Sept. 21 at Troy Fish and Game.The cruise-in will feature classic cars, military vehicles on display as well as veteran services vendors and booths from 8:30 a.m.-4 p.m. Vendors and organizations will include veteran services, U.S.O. Wounded War...

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Promoting college fire safety

September marks the beginning of a new school year, the start of football season and cooler weather, but more importantly, it’s Campus Fire Safety Month. Last month, I introduced Senate Bill 359 which addresses the very real need for improved fire safety measures in off-campus and rental homes.

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The need-to-know about the enterovirus

Editor’s note: This guest column was sent in as a response to staff writer Allison Gallagher’s story about the prevalence of the enterovirus respiratory illness in children in Ohio.This fall, one virus in particular is sending children to the hospital with severe respiratory illness.

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By Melanie Yingstmyingst@civitasmedia.comMIAMI COUNTY — The Ohio Department of Education released its state report cards last week. Troy Daily Newsbroke down the information and asked for feedback from each of the nine public school districts and their superintendents. Most of Miami County’s public school superintendents agreed that the state report cards don’t always tell the overall story of each district’s success....

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Seniors lead Troy girls

Staff ReportsTROY — Troy’s girls golf team celebrated Senior Day the only way it knows how — by winning.Seniors Caitlin Dowling and Caroline Elsass-Smith led the way Thursday at Troy Country Club, leading the Trojans to a 177-193 victory over Carroll.Dowling was medalist with a 38 and Elsass-Smith added a 42. Ali Helman and LeeAnn Black both shot 48, Hannah Wright shot 49 and Natalie Henson shot 51.“It was a nice match and a ...

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Browns’ Kruger off to flying start

BEREA (AP) — Paul Kruger arrived in Cleveland wearing the diamond-studded Super Bowl ring he won in Baltimore.It’s about the only thing that shined for him in his first season with the Browns.Signed to a five-year $40.5 million contract as a free agent, Kruger was a major disappointment last year for the Browns, who were counting on the pass-rushing linebacker to record sacks, make big plays and generally disrupt offensive backfields the way he did for the Ra...

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