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Stars take Country Concert stage

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FORT LORAMIE — Day one of Country Concert brought out the eager locals to Hickory Hill Lakes in Fort Loramie.Thursday’s lineup brought country music fans to the concert grounds, whether it was their first year or they’ve been attending since 1980, the inaugural Country Concert.The headliners on Thursday’s main stage included Tyler Farr, Florida Georgia Line and Miranda Lambert. Kicking the performances off for the weekend was Joey Hyde on the new Saloon Stage at 3 p.m., who alternated performances with Will Hoge.Hyde, a Country Concert first-timer, was the first performer on this year’s new saloon stage.

 

House chairman: $3.7 billion request ‘too much’

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama’s $3.7 billion emergency request for the border crisis is too big and the House won’t approve it, the chairman of the House committee that controls spending said Friday.“It’s too much money. We don’t need it,” Appropriations Committee Chairman Hal Rogers, R-Ky., told reporters.“There are pieces of it that need to be dealt with immediately and that’s what we’re working on,...

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Art show upcomingWEST MILTON — The seventh annual art show will take place at Hoffman United Methodist Church in West Milton on July 18-20. The show will be in the activity center located at 201 S. Main St.It is a non-juried show.The purpose of the show is to provide a showcase for area talent. There are 38 participants from area communities. There is no admittance fee and all three days of the show are open to the public.Live...

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TMCS seeks participants, board member

TIPP CITY — Tipp Monroe Community Services (TMCS) is continuing its summer with TMCS Summer Vacation at the Park for 4-9 year olds.The Tipp City Park may seem like a jungle during the week of July 14-18. TMCS Summer Vacation will be “Going Animalistic.” The program is open to children 4-9 years of ages.Unless you like snakes, worms, bugs, goop, dirt and other disgusting things, you will need all the courage you can rustle-up to get thro...

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It’s nice to meet you

There is nothing I find more unpleasant than shaking a person’s hand.There can be a lot of psychology at play with a handshake. Most guys overcompensate for their lackluster size and masculinity by squeezing as absolutely hard as they can.Other guys of impressive size and masculine quality also present a problem because they squeeze as hard as they possibly can, too, but they tend to jerk your arm practically out of socket.First, I am not a piece of gym ...

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Fun at Open ArmsTIPP CITY — Open Arms Church is hosting a “Fun Festival” for the community today from noon to 5 p.m.The church will offer ice cream, horseback riding, a Jumpy and live music - all for free.Open Arms is located at 4075 S. Tipp-Cowlesville Road, Tipp City.First United hosts VBSTROY — “Weird Animal” Vacation Bible School (VBS) will be held at First United C...

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Camp Courageous seeks participantsTROY — Generations of Life, a service of Hospice of Miami County, is currently accepting applications for Camp Courageous, a week-long day camp for children entering grades K-12 who are experiencing grief from the loss of a loved one. At Camp Courageous, children experience traditional camp activities such as arts and crafts, fun and games and recreation along with bereavement education and activities geared to help them proc...

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Survive and advance

Staff ReportsTROY — One returning champion earned a spot in the championship round.One doubles team had to rally from a big deficit to do the same.All in all, it was another exciting day at the Thomas Frydell Memorial Junior Tennis Tournament Thursday at Troy Community Park as a number of championship matchups were set for today, yet none have been decided quite yet.

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Country Concert kicks off

By Tara JonesFor the Troy Daily NewsFORT LORAMIE — Day one of Country Concert brought out the eager locals to Hickory Hills Lakes in Fort Loramie.Thursday’s lineup brought country music fans to the concert grounds, whether it was their first year or they’ve been attending since 1980, the inaugural Country Concert.The headliners on Thursday’s main stage included Tyler Farr, Florida Georgia Line and Miranda Lambert. Kicking the...

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Reds’ streak ends at 5 with 12-inning loss

CINCINNATI (AP) — Arismendy Alcantara needed just one day to get the feel of the big leagues. After going 0-for-4 in his major league debut on Wednesday, the highly regarded Cubs prospect had four hits and scored the tying and winning runs as Chicago snapped a six-game losing streak with a 6-4, 12-inning win over the Cincinnati Reds on Thursday.“Today, I felt more comfortable,” said Alcantara, who had a double, triple and stolen base before learnin...

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Back to back?

Staff ReportsTROY — Two years ago, the Junior City was absent.Last year, the tournament made its return, and Troy Moore ran away with the title.After Thursday’s opening round, Moore is in a similar position, shooting an impressive 74 to take a three-stroke lead at the 2014 Junior City Golf Championships at Miami Shores Golf Course.The defending champion kicked things off with a 35 on the front nine — matching his tournament-best ni...

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Irving signs extension with Cavs

CLEVELAND (AP) — Kyrie Irving signed his contract. The Cavaliers now hope LeBron James will accept one from them. As they await a decision from James, the free agent whose delay in choosing where he’ll play next has the NBA at a virtual standstill, the Cavaliers announced that Irving has signed his five-year, $90 million extension.The Cavs reached an agreement with Irving on the deal last week in the first hours after free agency opened. The deal couldn&...

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Post 43 rallies past Greenville, wins 8th straight

Staff ReportsTROY — Last week, Greenville took a 3-0 lead over Troy Post 43 after three innings before lightning put things on hold.Wednesday night, things changed.Troy Post 43 rallied from that deficit and defeated Greenville Legion 4-3 in a continuation of the rain-shortened game back on July 1, the team’s eighth straight victory.

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Blue Bow Boutique opens in downtown

Jeremy WallaceStaff WriterTROY — A new store, the Blue Bow Boutique, has opened in a historic location in Troy.The Blue Bow Boutique is located at 123 E. Main St. in Troy. Slyvester Green built this building in 1841. In 1857, Elias Hatfield purchased the building and opened the Hatfield House Hotel. The building is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.“I looked at a couple places here in Troy and decided on this location be...

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Ticket to Ride on tapTROY — The spirit and music of the “Fab Four” will fill Prouty Plaza in downtown Troy on July 18 when Ticket to Ride takes the stage at 7:30 p.m. The Beatles tribute band is back by popular demand and to celebrate of the 50th anniversary of the Beatle’s appearance on the Ed Sullivan Show.Ticket to Ride employs “Beatle” instruments, amplifiers and costumes to recreate the experience of the Beatleman...

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Added county sales tax approved

Staff reportTROY — Starting on Oct. 1, Miami County taxpayers will continue paying an additional .25 percent sales tax that Miami County Commissioners approved recently to assist in funding the Miami County Communication Center.The renewed sales tax is for a five-year period and will expire Sept. 30, 2019.The .25 additional sales tax was put into place in 2009 for an updated 9-1-1 system.On an annual basis, the added sales tax brings in approx...

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Schroeder undergoes $600k expansion

By Andrew WilsonRecord Herald Writerwilsonandrew83@gmail.comTIPP CITY — On Wednesday, Schroeder Tennis Center Owner Bud Schroeder and the Tipp City Chamber of Commerce broke ground on a $600,000 expansion project that will change the design of the facility.The expansion project will increase the number of indoor courts and add a viewing and lobby area. There are currently five indoor courts, and putting the air structure over two in the winter...

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Dorothy Fogle turning 100 years old

GREENVILLE — Dorothy Fogle will reach a milestone 100th birthday this year on July 25.

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