WASHINGTON, D.C. — Hearing directly from veterans in our own region on the veterans' benefit claims backlog is what led to my pressing the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) for answers and accountability years ago. Our veterans deserve...
Forgive us if we're not willing to write an obituary for newspapers — and will even challenge those who would espouse the idea.Pundits and skeptics use clever connotations such as dinosaurs facing extinction.
Editor:The Gratis Township Trustees have placed on the ballot this November, a 1 mill levy for Road and Bridge improvements.
Deadline for original letters regarding the Tuesday, Nov. 4, General Election, will be this Friday, Oct. 10. Last date for print publication of election letters will be noon, Wednesday, Oct. 15.
WASHINGTON, D.C. — If you look at America's economy, it's flat – it hasn't been growing as it should.
And the leaves that are green turn to brown, these words penned by Paul Simon, aptly describe the ever- changing fall landscape here in Preble County. The crops are maturing and the trees in the woodlands are putting on their yearly show.
Addiction to opioids, like prescription painkillers and heroin, has increased significantly in the past few years, devastating communities across Ohio – rural, suburban, and urban. In 2012, a record 1,914 Ohioans died from accidental drug...
Editor:The Walk to Remember, Walk for Hope committee thanks the following sponsors for their support of the fourth annual Preble County Suicide Awareness Walk:
Editor:Just a little heads up for Preble County taxpayers, two big money issues are on the taxpayers' table.
Congratulations to the Pork Festival Committee and the many volunteers for another successful Preble County Pork Festival.
Editor:Thank you very much to all of our customers who made donations to our food drive on Saturday, May 10. A total of 2,300 pounds of food was collected in the Eaton and Camden areas.