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Trustees discuss options for flood issues

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Melanie Yingstmyingst@civitasmedia.comCONCORD TOWNSHIP — Concord Township trustees addressed the stormwater flooding issues in the area of Beechwood Drive and on Tuesday visited the site of the neighborhood where several residents have complained of water issues.Trustee Tom Mercer said he visited the site of the flooding issue and talked with residents who brought up the concerns. Mercer also requested assistance from the township’s legal adviser Christopher Englert on the flooding issue and the residents of the townships’ three options. The three options are petition by the citizens, petition by the township or citizens hiring private contractors to help alleviate the problem themselves.

 

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Today• STEAK FRY: The annual Troy Area Chamber of Commerce Steak Fry and Auction “Take Flight” will be from 5-7 p.m. at the Miami County Fairgrounds. Tickets are $35 each. Call 339-8769 for more information.• BLUEGRASS MUSIC: The Friends of the Piqua Public Library will host the Rock Island Plow Company at the library at 7 p.m. as part of its Library Lounge Series at 116 W. High St., Piqua. The concert is free.• B...

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Students partner with food pantry

TROY - The Miami Jacobs Career College in Troy has teamed up with the New Path Food Pantry in Tipp City to collect food donations to fight against hunger in the Miami Valley. Last year 12,000 people lived in poverty in Miami County, and this year area businesses are pooling resources to aid in the fight against poverty.

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Miami Jacobs Career College partners with food pantry to feed the hungry

TROY - The Miami Jacobs Career College in Troy has teamed up with the New Path Food Pantry in Tipp City to collect food donations to fight against hunger in the Miami Valley. Last year 12,000 people lived in poverty in Miami County, and this year area businesses are pooling resources to aid in the fight against poverty.

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‘Stand’ festival to entertain, educate

By Belinda M. Paschalbpaschal@civitasmedia.comPIQUA — Using music as a platform, Jonathan Roman hopes to not only raise awareness about drug addiction, but change the way drug addicts are viewed and treated.“There is no place in Miami County that we are aware of that takes in addicts off the street to get them sober without them being in legal trouble first,” said Roman, CEO of Troy-based indie label Alliance Records. “That needs to cha...

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Bradford football program creates tension

By Kyle ShanerCivitas MediaBRADFORD — Concerns about low numbers of players in the Bradford football program has led to disputes among administrators, coaches and parents about the future of the team and the school, records obtained through a public records request show.In more than 100 pages of emails and other documents from July and August, administrators and community members considered options for the 2014 Bradford high school and junior high footba...

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Stewart skips 3rd race after Ward’s death

CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — Tony Stewart will not race Saturday night at Bristol Motor Speedway, the third Sprint Cup race he’s skipped since his car struck and killed Kevin Ward Jr. during a sprint car race.Stewart’s decision was announced Wednesday and Jeff Burton will once again replace him in the No. 14 Chevrolet. Burton also drove Stewart’s car at Michigan last weekend.Stewart-Haas Racing is allowing Stewart to take the time he needs away from the...

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Miller’s injury may throw OSU’s dreams for a loss

By Jim NaveauCivitas MediaCOLUMBUS – All those big plays. All those times he eluded violent hits. And it was a little pass – maybe not even 10 yards – in a no-contact practice situation that brought Braxton Miller down.Ohio State’s senior quarterback learned Tuesday that his 2014 season was over before it began.An injury to his throwing shoulder that happened during a Monday afternoon practice delivered a devastating blow to ...

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Hoyer beats injury, Manziel to win starting job

BEREA (AP) — Brian Hoyer defied long odds — and stiff-armed Johnny Football — to keep his dream job.Through sweat and tears, he fought his way back from a serious knee injury only to be faced with the Browns drafting Johnny Manziel, college football’s dynamic quarterback with the cult-like following.Hoyer, though, persevered. He endured grueling rehab to get back on the field sooner than expected, stayed focused as Manzielmania consumed the Browns...

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Friendly competition

By Josh BrownSports EditorMIAMI COUNTY — Most teams would love to have at least one state-experienced runner coming back.Not only does Troy have one, he’s only a junior this season.Stephen Jones returns fresh off a year where he ran 16:37 and finished 70th at the Division I state meet as a sophomore, but with only two other truly experienced varsity runners returning this season, the Trojans still are unsure just who their top seven runn...

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Back to the classroom

Melanie Yingstmyingst@civitasmedia.comTROY — Thousands of Troy City School children filed in to their classrooms to kick off another school year — despite their teachers working without a contract — on Wednesday.Troy City Schools’ teachers started the first day of school without a contract, which expired July 31.Troy City Education Association president and gifted educator Leigh Ann Fish said the union was to again meet with ...

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White space at top of paper awkward

Editor’s Note: The empty white space referred to in the following letter is actually the place where the mailing address label is placed for those who receive their newspaper by mail. For those who do not receive their newspaper by mail, staff understands that this space might look awkward. Staff continues to discuss ways to change this, but no decisions have been made at this time.To the Editor:Each time I look at the front page of the Troy Daily News...

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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.Davi...

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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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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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