Sojourner Recovery facility opening
Warwick pleads guilty in son’s death
North retains Cat Trophy
Reaching out to local business
Willis breaks record
- ‘Give and take’ secret to golden anniversaries - 12:06 pm
- West Alexandria news - 12:06 pm
- Veterans News - 12:06 pm
- DAR group providing backpacks - 12:06 pm
- Kiwanis holding holiday food drive - 12:05 pm
- News briefs - 12:05 pm
- DAR recognized by council - 12:05 pm
- Camden to demolish run-down property - 12:05 pm
- Emergency cold shelter announced - 12:05 pm
- November is ‘sew’crazy at Art Center - 12:05 pm
- Senior edition - 12:05 pm
- Coley comes to MU for BBS signing - 12:05 pm
- City of Eaton discusses finances, EPD - 6:16 pm
- City plans hydrant flushing - 3:46 pm
- View Story - 3:43 pm
- Halloween events planned in Oxford - 3:20 pm
- NFAD gets new chief, others honored - 3:20 pm
- Number of area pharmacies dispensing Naloxone increasing - 3:20 pm
- Genealogy lock-in scheduled Nov. 5 - 3:20 pm
- $40 million gift sets record for Miami University - 3:20 pm
- Veterans News - 3:20 pm
- Absentee voting to begin - 3:20 pm
- PCDL events, activities - 4:25 pm
- Ricky Nye to perform in Oxford - 4:24 pm
- Bigfoot researcher presenting at library - 4:24 pm
- Public safety: Oxford Police reports - 4:24 pm
- Public safety: Eaton Police reports - 4:24 pm
- West Alexandria news - 4:24 pm
- News briefs - 4:24 pm updated: 3:20 pm.
- ‘10 Million Steps to Prevent Falls’ - 4:24 pm
- A pleasant outlook on aging - 4:24 pm
- ACS Style Show Saturday - 4:24 pm
- Change of venue denied - 4:24 pm
- Eaton’s Willis takes OHSAA Division II State golf championship - 4:03 pm updated: 5:10 pm.
- Preble County among Auditor Award winners - 2:35 pm
- View Story - 2:34 pm
- Deadline for PC Visitors’ Guide is Dec. 1 - 2:33 pm
- Public records - 2:33 pm
- Ohio awards certification to MU Police Department for adopting standards - 2:33 pm
- City plans hydrant flushing - 2:33 pm
- Oxford City Council discusses sidewalks, more - 2:33 pm
- Several indicted last week - 2:33 pm
- Veterans News - 2:31 pm
- Senior Edition - 1:47 pm
- West Alexandria news - 1:47 pm
- Howl At The Moon: a spooky family arts night - 1:47 pm
- Public safety: Oxford Police reports - 1:46 pm
- Camden BWF begins Saturday - 1:46 pm
- Public safety: Eaton Police reports - 1:46 pm
- Oxford expects influx of beer sales - 1:46 pm
November is ‘sew’crazy at Art Center
EATON — The PCAA recently announced sewing is now offered at the Visual Art Center of Preble County.In addition to beginner sewing classes for a...
EATON — Popcorn flavors: Come one, come all to our popcorn flavor tasting on Wednesday, Oct. 26, at 1:30 p.m. at the Preble County Council on Ag...
Coley comes to MU for BBS signing
OXFORD – Saturday, Oct. 8, brought Miami University President Gregory Crawford, Senator Bill Coley, and the American Legion Buckeye Boys State t...
City of Eaton discusses finances, EPD
EATON — Eaton City Council discussed many issues at its meeting last week.During the meeting held Monday, Oct. 17, Finance Director Stephanie Hu...
City plans hydrant flushing
EATON — The City of Eaton Public Works Division will be flushing fire hydrants beginning Monday, Nov. 14 through Friday, Nov. 18. Consumers are ...
The 2016 Black Walnut Festival was held on Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 17-18, in Camden. The event hosted a parade, a car show, arts and craft vendors, ...
TVS volleyball eliminated from post season
ARCANUM — The Twin Valley South volleyball team lost to the Covington Buccaneers in four sets in the second round of the Division IV sectional t...
NT dropped by Covington, 41-7
COVINGTON — The National Trail football team was overpowered on Friday, Oct. 21, losing 41-7 on the road against the Covington Buccaneers in a C...
Arrows shut out Northridge, 20-0
DAYTON — The Preble Shawnee Arrows increased their chances for a possible football playoff berth in the Division V brackets, beating Southwester...
Wrights advance to regionals
CEDARVILLE — Reaching the regional level is something Madison and Megan Wright are accustomed to.The twin sisters from Twin Valley South are hea...
Trail boys move on to regionals
CEDARVILLE — The National Trail boys cross country team came in second place at the Division III Cedarville District tournament on Saturday, Oct...
Eaton boys cross country advances to regionals
CEDARVILLE — The Eaton boys cross country team qualified for the Division II Troy Regional Tournament by placing third at the Cedarville Distric...
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Landry Brooks KlapperBart and Kayla (Brunner) Klapper announce the birth of their son, Landry Brooks Klapper, Aug. 30, 2016.Landry was born at McCullo...
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...
Make your judicial vote count on Nov. 8
Given the amount of media coverage devoted to the presidential election this year, many Ohioans may believe that the race for the Oval Office is the o...
Writer: ‘Wake up residents of Preble Shawnee School District’
Editor:It hasn’t been that many years ago that this district was in financial trouble. The State of Ohio was threatening to take over the financ...
‘America is better than this’
Editor:I’m writing in response to the announcement of Donald Trump Jr.’s visit to Miami University.All over campus, students are talking a...
PCCOA Board says ‘yes’ to Issue 25
Editor:As the Board of Directors for the Preble County Council on Aging (PCCOA), we would like to express our gratitude for all the services that the ...
Shawnee voter: ‘students and future generations of students need our support’
Editor:The upcoming election is an important one for the residents of Preble Shawnee Local School. We have the chance to vote on a building levy that ...
Wood: students, staff, ‘deserve the absolute best’
Editor:Preble Shawnee community members: On Nov. 8, the Preble Shawnee School Board will be asking you to approve Issue 19. If approved, this bond iss...
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...