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Overfield Museum opens for season

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By CECILIA FOXFor the Troy Daily NewsIn 1814, a little log tavern on the corner of Water and Mulberry streets would have been the most important fixture in any Troy resident’s social life. Now, in celebration of Troy’s bicentennial, visitors to the Overfield Tavern Museum can find themselves transported 200 back in time.In an effort to raise awareness of the oldest surviving, and once the most important, building in Troy, the Overfield Tavern Museum has invited a group of historical re-enactors to bring the tavern to life.


Real estate transactions

TROYQuincy Butcher, Stanley Butcher, guardian to Richard Pierce, one lot, $21,000.Charles Cooke Jr., attorney in fact, Ruth Cooke Klase to Tina Rohrer, Deeno Taylor, one lot, $70,000.Jeanette Dieringer, Delane Sloan, attorney in fact to Brian Moser, one lot, $70,000.Sheriff of Miami County Charles Cox Jr., Richard Helscher, Nationstar Mortgage LLC to Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corp., a part lot, $0.Doris Long to Debra Long, Doris Long, on...

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Trustees OK purchase of fire truck

For the Troy Daily NewsA motion to purchase a 3,000 gallon pumper/tanker truck for use by the Tipp City Fire Department in the unincorporated area of Monroe Township was passed by the Monroe Township Trustees at their April 7 meeting.The board also authorized Tipp City Fire Chief Steve Kessler to determine the equipment specifications needed with final approval of the specifications agreed upo...

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Quality pitching leads Devils, Indians to wins

Staff ReportsTIPP CITY — Tippecanoe’s Aaron Hughes isn’t pitching like a freshman.Stebbins can attest to that.Hughes was perfect through 4 2-3 innings Friday against the Indians, while the Red Devils piled up seven runs over the first three innings to put away a 7-2 victory in a makeup game in Central Buckeye Conference Kenton Trail Division play.Hughes went 6 1-3 innings and struck out three and improved to 2-0 on the season as th...

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Making the most of it

By Josh BrownSports EditorTROY — Dalton Cascaden didn’t expect to be in the situation he found himself in.He probably shouldn’t have been to start with — but he definitely made the most of it.After Troy squandered a 7-1 lead it had built in just two innings, giving up six runs in the final two innings to allow West Carrollton to tie the score, Cascaden found himself up with the bases loaded and one out in the bottom of the se...

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Clodfelter named new Bethel football coach

By Josh BrownSports EditorBRANDT — Scott Clodfelter likes having the chance to build things from the ground up.And after 10 years at Beavercreek, he’s coming home.Clodfelter — who took over a Beaver football program that was 3-37 in the four seasons before he arrived and turned it into a winning program — accepted the vacant head varsity football coach position at Bethel High School … where he graduated from in 1988.

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Trail mix

Melanie YingstStaff WriterTROY — The asphalt paths of the Great Miami River Trail are smooth, yet some cyclists still yearn to get off the beaten path and ride the dirt trails.And one group of bicycling enthusiasts in Troy are starting to put together a plan for a rugged terrain trail, which would mirror the Montgomery County bike trail’s MoMBA dirt trail.The Troy Foundation recently donated $10,000 to the Troy Parks Department to begin ...

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Religion Briefs

St. John’s starts Easter with breakfastTROY — The public is invited to come to St. John’s United Church of Christ, 130 S. Walnut St. in Troy, for Easter Sunday to celebrate the resurrection of Jesus....

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