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Supporting crime victims
A Walk to Remember
Osborn advances to district tourney
- Kempp appointed to USB - 3:58 pm
- Public safety: Eaton Police reports - 3:57 pm
- MVCTC FCCLA kicks off school year - 3:55 pm
- Public safety: Oxford Police reports - 3:53 pm
- Student Ambassadors represent MVCTC - 3:50 pm
- City plans hydrant flushing - 3:46 pm
- Oxford group sponsoring candidate forum - 3:44 pm
- Candidates, issues to appear on ballot - 3:43 pm
- Veterans News - 2:31 pm
- Oxford celebrates former First Lady - 1:30 pm
- 14th Annual UniDiversity Festival held - 1:27 pm
- Area meetings - 1:27 pm
- Students experience Freedom Summer through app - 1:27 pm
- ‘Prayer in the Park’ to battle heroin problem - 6:46 pm
- Chatfield toaccept state service award in November - 4:08 pm
- SWCD elects supervisors - 4:08 pm
- LFD, LEU donations listed - 4:08 pm
- Darrtown 2015 skillet toss records still stand - 4:08 pm
- Delinquent tax lists to be published - 4:08 pm
- THS FFA excels at contest - 4:08 pm
- Attorney General DeWine offers consumer tips following Yahoo breach announcement - 4:08 pm
- OPD officers sworn in - 4:08 pm
- Area meetings - 2:35 pm
- Veterans News - 2:31 pm
- Voter registration near - 2:28 pm
- News briefs - 12:16 pm updated: 1:27 pm.
- How occupational therapy can help chronic pain sufferers - 11:15 am updated: 11:15 am.
- View Story - 10:20 am
- Senior edition - 10:17 am
- Help take ‘10 Million Steps to Prevent Falls’ - 2:00 pm
- Public record: Marriage license applications - 2:00 pm
- U.S. Open Beer Championship presents ‘Evolution of Beer’ - 2:00 pm
- West Alexandria news - 1:59 pm
- Somerville National Bank announces promotions - 1:59 pm
- Haygood: professor, journalist, Ohioana Book Award winner - 1:59 pm
- National vehicle extrication program set in West Alexandria - 1:59 pm
- Sixth year for Walk to Remember, Walk for Hope - 1:59 pm
- BC bomb unit called in by OPD - 1:59 pm
- Area meetings - 2:35 pm
- Veterans News - 2:31 pm
- Senior center seeking passage of levy - 8:14 pm
- United Way of Oxford honors unsung heroes - 6:44 pm
- Woman dies after being struck by vehicle - 5:50 pm
- OCAC brings the ‘Grand Ol’ Dork Opry’ to Oxford - 1:49 pm
- Miami in the midst of Homecoming Week - 12:47 pm
- National Trail announces affordable lunch program - 12:22 pm
- Public record: Preble County real estate transfers - 7:02 pm
- West Alexandria news - 6:52 pm
- Student notes - 6:49 pm
- Senior edition - 6:48 pm
Oxford celebrates former First Lady
OXFORD — The 4th annual Caroline Scott Harrison Day in Oxford is set for Sunday, Oct. 2, as declared by Mayor Dr. Kate Rousmaniere during a Sept...
14th Annual UniDiversity Festival held
OXFORD – Miami University and the City of Oxford came together on Friday, Sept. 16, for the 14th annual Latin American and Caribbean UniDiversit...
Mondays•The 7-Pillars Drug Recovery Program will meet at 7 p.m. each Monday night at 705 N. Barron Street in Eaton. For more information, call 1...
Students experience Freedom Summer through app
OXFORD – Freedom Summer, the one-week training orientation to register African Americans as voters in Mississippi, first took place in 1964, but...
‘Prayer in the Park’ to battle heroin problem
EATON — In an effort to address heroin abuse and other addictions, Ware’s Chapel United Methodist Church is holding a Prayer in the Park e...
Chatfield toaccept state service award in November
COLUMBUS — When Keith “KC” Chatfield talks about the !MPACT team at STAR, Inc., he’s quick to distance himself from any credit...
Shawnee golf loses final regular season match
LIBERTY, INDIANA — Preble Shawnee’s golf team lost to Valley View, 197-229, in a non-league match on Monday, Sept. 26.Low score for Preble...
NT, TCN golf advance to district tourney
GREENVILLE — National Trail and Tri-County North boys golf teams each placed in the top four at the sectional tournament held at Turtle Creek Go...
Eaton girls edged by Oakwood, 2-1
EATON — The Eaton Lady Eagles soccer team dropped a home match to Oakwood, 2-1, on Tuesday, Sept. 27.“Great game to watch, it was back and...
PS shuts out Trail, falls to Dixie
NEW PARIS — Visiting Preble Shawnee shut out the National Trail boys soccer team, 8-0, on Monday, Sept. 26.Cameron Neal opened the scoreing just...
NT beats Northridge in volleyball action
NEW PARIS — The National Trail Lady Blazers volleyball team defeated Northridge on Monday night, Sept. 26, in three sets 25-13, 25-14, and 25-11...
South soccer suffers loss to Seton
WEST ALEXANDRIA — The Twin Valley South boys’ soccer team lost to Seton Catholic, 2-0, on Monday, Sept. 26.“I thought today was our ...
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West Alexandria news
WEST ALEXANDRIA — Birthdays this week: Jessica Dudas, Lois Welsh, Valerie Durkle, Jody Guehring, Jasmine Thompson, Ralf Mohr, Matthew Landwehr, ...
Oktoberfest to inclulde first pageant
WEST ALEXANDRIA — The very first Oktoberfest Miss & Mr. Pageant was held Saturday, Oct. 8.The pageant, which is sponsored, Alpha Kappa Soror...
Church rededicates facility
EATON — On Sunday evening, Sept. 18, a dedication and open house brought longtime members Sterling and Paula Bateman, all the way from Springbor...
Drive to Victory week four brings huge donations
CAMDEN — Preble Shawnee High School beat Milton-Union High School to earn a $300 scholarship and become the new season leader in last week’...
EATON — As we step into October our theme at the Preble County Council on Aging (PCCOA) is “Seniors POP!” It is National Popcorn Mon...
District library news
Kids and familiesHomeschool HourPreble County District Library’s popular Homeschool Hour education program will be Wednesday, Oct. 19 at 3 p.m. ...
Repeat OVI offenders
In 2012, Dean Klembus was arrested for drunk driving and was charged with operating a vehicle under the influence of alcohol (“OVI”). Ther...
Osswald family says ‘thanks’
Editor:Thank you volunteers!Osswald Family Farm LLC wishes to thank all of the volunteers and donors who supported the donation of fresh cabbage this ...
WIC officials say ‘thanks’
Editor:The Preble County Women, Infants and Children (WIC) Program held a celebration for Breastfeeding Awareness Month at Fort St. Clair on Aug. 18. ...
Former 4-H’er shares gratitude for fairgrounds support
Editor:My name is Ryan Vonderhaar, I am a third-year student at The Ohio State University studying Agricultural Communication.I grew up just outside o...
From the bench
In 2012, Michael J. O’Shea, a principal of Lipson O’Shea Legal Group, made a request for records from the Cuyahoga County Board of Health ...
Look out! AAA study reveals flying furniture, debris caused more than 200,000 crashes
DAYTON — In this, the peak of the moving season, a new study by the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety, reveals that more than 200,000 crashes ov...
Know your fireworks rules
OHIO — There’s the old joke: Independence Day is the holiday when we show how much we love our country by blowing up a small part of it.No...
Stop threats in advance
EATON — The Preble County Development Partnership and the Preble County Chamber of Commerce are hosting a free workshop: Cyber Threats, How to M...
McCullough-Hyde rewards customer service excellence
OXFORD — On Monday, March 11, McCullough-Hyde Memorial Hospital honored employees nominated for their outstanding customer service. The ROSE (Re...
LCNB’s Wilson sets retirement date, Foster adds CEO to his responsibilities
LEBANON — The Board of Directors of LCNB Corp. announced on Monday, Dec. 28, 2015, that Stephen P. Wilson would retire as Chief Executive Office...
Pete Ferriell joins Somerville National Bank
PREBLE COUNTY — Somerville National Bank has brought in a new face to help take their agricultural loan department to the next level.Earlier thi...