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Pork Festival set for weekend

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EATON — This weekend marks the 43rd year for the pork extravaganza known as the Preble County Pork Festival. The festival runs Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 20-21, and promises to bring all the pig-related food and fun — as well as one of the country’s largest craft shows — to the fairgrounds in Eaton.Since 1971, the Preble Co. Pork Festival has been held the third full weekend in September at the Preble County Fairgrounds, all thanks to the help of hundreds of volunteers. Admission and parking are free.A la carte food items, like fresh grilled pork chops, ham, pulled pork and sausage sandwiches are available, and for lunch and supper there is also the ever-popular pork chop smorgasbord, complete with side items and pie galore.

 

Diabetes support group meeting set

EATON — A Diabetes Support Group meeting is held at the Preble County Senior Center, 800 East St. Clair Street, Eaton, at 10 a.m. on the third Thursday of the month. After an August summer break, the meeting will resume on Sept. 18.The meetings are planned to offer support and information to those with diabetes and to share experiences with others. A Certified Diabetes Educator from Wayne Healthcare, Greenville, conducts the meeting. The topic for September is “Planning...

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Eaton tennis goes 0-3 on week

EATON — The Eaton girls tennis team finished the week 0-3, playing against two non-conference opponents before playing Soutwestern Buckeye League Southwestern Division foe Valley View.The girls started out their week traveling to Carlisle on Tuesday, Sept. 9 where they lost 0-5.Here are the results:Singles:1) Ferguson d. Tess Flynn (E) 6-2, 6-22) McClure d. Kaitlyn Mt. Castle (E) 3-6, 6-2, 10-13) Bailey d. Rebecca Wolf (E...

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Eagles host Eaton Invite

EATON — Eaton hosted the Eaton Invitational on Saturday, Sept. 13, at Fort St. Clair.“I just have a great group of parents that work very hard. We start planning for this several months back. Labor Day weekend we put up all the fencing. It’s a big undertaking,” said Eaton’s head coach Randy McKinney. “It’s a big race. It’s something we have to work on and hop on race day. I just have a great support staff that helps me get it done....

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TVS rallies to 28-21 victory

NEW PARIS — There are certain moments from high school student-athletes will carry with them for a long time.Last Friday night, Sept. 12, Twin Valley South’s football team made one of those moments for their players, coaches and fans alike, when they rallied from a 21-7 halftime deficit. The Panthers scored 21 unanswered points en route to a 28-21 victory over National Trail in the Cross County Conference opener for South.

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Senior Edition

EATON — We are celebrating National Senior Center month at the Preble County Senior Center, 800 East St. Clair Street, Eaton, using the 2014 theme Experts at Living Well. Senior Centers provide a vital service in our communities. Across the country nearly 11,000 senior centers serve 1 million older adults each day, making them one of the most widely used services among America’s older adults. Senior centers serve as a hub for older adults - connecting them to indispensable service...

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Making corporate taxes fair, competitive

WASHINGTON, DC — Last week, Burger King Worldwide announced a merger with Canadian restaurant Tim Hortons, creating one of the largest fast-food operations in the world. While Burger King will continue to be based out of Miami, it will make Canada its home for tax purposes.In this increasingly common practice called “inversion,” corporations shift their headquarters overseas to avoid paying U.S. taxes. They avoid paying their fair share of taxes by designating the...

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North topples Arcanum, 40-13; now 3-0

ARCANUM – Tri-County North left little doubt who was going home with a victory on Friday night, Sept. 12.The Panthers, who were playing on the road for the first time in the 2014 season, trounced host Arcanum 40-13 behind the three-touchdown performance of junior Garrett Woodyard.The Trojans, who lost to perennial CCC power Covington last week 14-7, had high hopes of providing a stiff test for North.That never materialized.North, now 3-0 overa...

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Preble County Stingrays offer thanks

Editor:The 2014 Preble County Stingrays Swim team would like to thank the following sponsors: Chrismer Agency, Dr. Allen Ferguson, Simon Insurance Agency, Henny Penny Corporation, Miami Valley Vision Care, Swimville, Timken Steel, Town and Country Veterinary Clinic, First Impression Wear, Dr. David Sikora, DDS, Inc, LCNB National Bank, Dr. Mark S. Vosler, Michael W. Brock Contracting L.L.C., Pat Taylor Photography, House Family Landscaping and Lawn LLC, David L Biggs Insurance Agen...

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TVS, TCN square off in volleyball

WEST ALEXANDRIA – In the Battle of Ohio 503, Twin Valley South volleyball was able to take down rival Tri-County North, remaining unbeaten and increasing their record to 9-0 (4-0).The South Panthers were able to win in four sets, beating North 25-15, 22-25, 25-9, and 25-19.Leading the way for South was Taylor Kirkpatrick with six aces and 32 assists, Delaney Adams with one ace, six digs, and two kills, and Caitlyn Meyers with 16 kills. Myland Crews also added two a...

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From the bench: Merged Sentences

COLUMBUS — In 2009, a jury found David Washington guilty of several offenses, including a third-degree-felony of failure to comply with a police officer and a fifth-degree-felony of obstruction of official business.The charges stemmed from the day Washington and his brother attacked a woman in a mall parking lot in Lorain County, stole her SUV, and led police on a car and foot chase through two counties.After the victim called 9-1-1, police spotted the SUV heading ...

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$44 million factory opens in Lewisburg

LEWISBURG — Pratt Industries has opened a new corrugated box factory in Lewisburg and Lieutenant Governor Mary Taylor was in attendance Tuesday, Sept. 9, to congratulate those involved and cut the ribbon.The 350,000 square foot factory cost $44 million and is built on 35 acres. The new plant was built next to an already existing Pratt Industries box plant.Contractors for the new building broke ground in November 2014 and it opened in June.One hundred per...

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Schools remember Sept. 11, thank first responders

EATON — Thirteen years ago, on Sept. 11, devastation struck New York City and the United States of America.“This marks the 13th anniversary that many of our heroes passed away. We would like to recognize those fallen heroes as well as our local heroes that put their lives in danger every single day so that we may be safe,” said Kyle Morton, West Elkton Intermediate School Principal.Firefighters, EMS and law enforcement officers were in attendance at a s...

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Shawnee v-ball ends two-game skid

CAMDEN — Preble Shawnee volleyball started out last week hosting a very tough Bellbrook team in cross-conference play on Monday, Sept. 8. The Arrows lost in four sets (25-19, 21-25, 23-25, 14-25.)“Bellbrook was a big team. They had much more height than us. They blocked us better than any team yet,” said Shawnee head coach Kristy Cottingim. “It was a good match to develop my team and prepare for good, consistent blocking. They had aggressive hitting from eve...

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Eaton falls to Talawanda

OXFORD – Talawanda’s football team was able to shut out Eaton in the second half of Friday night’s contest, scoring 20 unanswered points on their way to a 27-10 victory over the visiting Eagles on Sept. 12.“Offensively, we did not make the plays we needed to make in the second half. The plays were there and we did not take advantage of opportunities. Too many penalties, dropped passes, and QB pressures,” said head coach Ron Neanen. “We have to co...

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OVI blitz, drug interdiction lead to arrests

EATON — The Eaton Police Division organized an Operating a Vehicle Impaired enforcement blitz as part of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s annual “Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over” event.According to EPD Chief Chad DePew, an impaired driver is someone who is driving under the influence of drugs, alcohol or a combination of both.During the five-hour blitz on Friday, Aug. 29, the EPD made 45 traffic stops and arrested three people o...

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Arrows suffer first loss of season

GREENVILLE — Preble Shawnee’s football team was seeking its first 3-0 start to a season since 2001 when it traveled to Greenville on Friday, Sept. 12.Playing a team from the Greater Western Ohio Conference for the first time ever, and two divisions higher, proved to be too much for the Arrows as they suffered their first loss of the season, 40-19.Preble Shawnee, a Division V team, kept things interesting well into the second half before falling to the deeper ...

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Beagle, Winburn present State of State

LEWISBURG — Senator Bill Beagle and Representative Roland Winburn visited the Lewisburg Container plant on Tuesday, Sept. 9, for the Preble County “State of the State” address.The event, which was open to the public, discussed many issues and goings-on in Ohio. The main items discussed were taxes and the business climate within local communities.Winburn started the address, noting various committees he is a part of and what they have been doing tax-wise...

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