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By Melody Vallieumvallieu@civitasmedia.comTROY — A Dayton man remains in critical condition following a collision on the bike path in Troy on Sunday.According to Troy Fire Department Platoon Commander Don Pemberton, the two men riding road bikes — one heading north, one heading south — apparently collided head-on at the S-curves near the Troy Foundation Bridge between State Route 41 and Dye Mill Road at about 12:32 p.m. Sunday.David Perilman, 60, of Dayton, was unconscious but breathing — and was taken by CareFlight to Miami Valley Hospital, Dayton. Perilman remains in Miami Valley Hospital and is listed in critical condition.

 

Council votes on sewer rates

TIPP CITY — At Monday night’s meeting, the Tipp City Council voted on sewer rates and discussed the Electric Utility Center project.Residents who want to see a change in the way the city handles summer sewer charges were disappointed last night when council approved an ordinance that allows residents to install separate deduct meters, but keeps the current 17,000 gallon cap on charges.After two attempts by councilwoman Katelyn Berbach and council president Jo...

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Back to school shopping fuels economy and giving

Today marks the first day back to school for my Miami East Elementary fifth grader.We spent the weekend recuperating from the fair by stimulating the economy with back to school shopping. What would the stores do if we had school year round? One news outlet in San Francisco said parents will spend $1,100 on back to school clothes, technology and supplies.While that may be the case for Californians and college bound students, I liked the figure Detroit News had for Midwes...

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Anderson named to collectors hall of fame

TROY — Al Anderson of Troy was inducted into the American Political Items Collectors Hall of Fame during the APIC’s national convention in Denver in early August.The American Political Items Collectors is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting the collection, preservation and study of materials relating to political campaigns, the presidency, causes and American historical events. It was founded in 1945 and includes members from all 50 states. The group holds ...

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ME adjusting to new graduation standards

By Terry D. WrightFor the Troy Daily NewsCASSTOWN — It was a very active evening Monday with the Miami East High School Class of 2018 participating in Freshmen Orientation. Pupils and their parents maneuvered through a much abbreviated version of the students’ regular classroom schedule. Periods were four minutes long with two minutes between class for the new students to find lockers, seek their next class or locate the restrooms.Freshmen parents,...

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Back to the classroom

Anthony Weber | Troy Daily NewsHook Elementary School safety patrol, made up three teams of five, including fifth-grade student Kristefer Williams, helps to secure an intersection in Westbrook as students arrive during the first day of a new school year Wednesday in Troy.

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Parade deadline nears

TROY — Help celebrate Troy’s 200th birthday by participating in a parade.The deadline is approaching and the committee is asking that individuals, clubs and organizations who wish to participate in this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to call 339-8955 for an application.All of those who have provided military service to our country at any time are invited to participate by being in the area of Lincoln Avenue, south of Drury Lane in Troy by 4 p.m. on parade day...

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Council OKs school annexation

By Gary GregoryFor the Daily CallCOVINGTON — In a 25-minute housekeeping session Monday, the Covington Village Council approved three ordinances and two resolutions.Council waived the three-reading rule as it voted for the 2015 sidewalk assessments, the 2015 nuisance abatement assessments, and the annexation of the new Covington school property. Mayor Ed McCord said the village would supply water, sewer, police and fire protection for the school property...

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BOE discusses new literacy program

WEST MILTON — The Milton-Union Board of Education meeting Monday focused heavily on the newest literacy program the district is planning on introducing for its youngest students.“Straight A for K-1” is designed to help students master reading skills and to enable parents to stay involved by engaging the parents through one-to-one laptops and multimedia reading modules called bytes, which are readily accessible as long as student has WiFi connection at home.

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The Fries Band to heat up Prouty Plaza

TROY — Acoustic guitars with three-, four- and five-part vocal harmonies will fill Prouty Plaza in downtown Troy on Friday as The Fries Band takes the stage at 7:30 p.m. The band is back by popular demand for the Troy Summer Music Series, a free, outdoor music initiative.The show is free and open to the public. Guests should bring chairs or blankets for seating.

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Birthday

Shrout celebrating 75th birthdayTIPP CITY — Shella Shrout of Tipp City will celebrate her 75th birthday on Aug. 23, 2014.She was born in Kentucky, and married Rayburn Shrout.Her children include Scott (Liz) Shrout and twins, Jerry (Barb) Shrout and Jennifer Snider; four grandchildren; and one great-grandson.She retired from US Bank and is active with Grace Baptist Church with Sunday school classes and the Royal Heirs group at the church. She a...

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Today• CLASS MEETING: The Piqua Central High School class of 1961 will meet for at 12:30 p.m. at Heck Yeah’s Sports Grill, 5795 N. County Road 25-A, Piqua. Participants will order off the menu. Classmates’ spouses or significant others are invited to attend. No reservations are required.Thursday• STEAK FRY: The annual Troy Area Chamber of Commerce Steak Fry and Auction “Take Flight” will be from 5-7 ...

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60 attend Dorothy Love reunion

SIDNEY— They are former vegetable scrubbers and administrators, maintenance workers and nurses, housekeepers and marketing staff.All of them, at one time or another, worked at the Dorothy Love Retirement Community. And more than 60 of them gathered Monday for their first-ever reunion. The luncheon at the American Legion Hall in Sidney was organized by Jo Ann Covelli, Aunilee Moore and Blanche Puckett, all of Sidney.“Aunilee and I had talked about it for a cou...

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Troy volleyball sweeps Tipp

Staff ReportsTROY — Troy struggled to handle Tippecanoe’s serving properly Tuesday night in the Trojans’ home opener.In the end, though, they had enough firepower to hold off the Red Devils, sweeping Tippecanoe 25-20, 25-22, 25-20 to win at the Trojan Activities Center and improve to 3-0 on the season.“Our serve receive was not good at all,” Troy volleyball coach Michelle Owen said. “We really struggled during stretches, and...

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Confidence builder

By Josh BrownSports EditorTROY — Nitfy dribbling. Craftier passing. And the instincts to know what to do with the ball in the attacking third.Troy’s offense showed how creative it could be Tuesday night — but there’s still work to be done.A 3-1 victory over the Fairmont Firebirds was a solid first step for the Trojan boys soccer team, though, as Troy grabbed the lead early on and used that momentum to build toward as season-o...

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OSU: Injured QB Miller done for the season

COLUMBUS (AP) — Ohio State star quarterback Braxton Miller will miss the 2014 season, dealing a severe blow to the fifth-ranked Buckeyes’ national title hopes.Ohio State confirmed late Tuesday afternoon that Miller reinjured his throwing shoulder and will need surgery. The two-time Big Ten player of the year left practice in pain Monday after making a short throw.“My goal is to come back from this injury stronger and better than ever,” Miller said...

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Troy tennis tops Fairmont, 4-1

Staff ReportsTROY — The Troy girls tennis team evened up its record on Monday in its home opener, knocking off Fairmont 4-1.At first singles, Hannah Essick defeated Brooke Fornel 6-2, 6-2. At second singles, Maggie Hennessy defeated Matti Cridge 6-0, 6-1. At first doubles, Maddie Kleptz and Marina Wehrkamp defeated Caroline Kinnison and Sara Sweeterman 6-3, 6-0. At second doubles, Akari Nagato and Zoey Scancarello defeated Alex Robinson and Sam Turner 6-1, 6-1....

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Browns not ready to name starting QB

CLEVELAND (AP) — Browns coach Mike Pettine isn’t quite ready to name his starting quarterback. Brian Hoyer and Johnny Manziel haven’t convinced him they deserve the job.Pettine had been expected to announce Wednesday whether Hoyer or Manziel, the hyped rookie, would start the Sept. 7 opener at Pittsburgh during a teleconference.But the decision has been delayed and could carry through Cleveland’s third preseason game on Saturday, Pettine said....

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