EATON — In support of the Toys for Tots Foundation in Preble County, Dr. Matthew D. Roberts of Preble County Chiropractic Nutrition & Sports Injury Center sponsored a very successful toy drive this year.
EATON — Eaton City Council discussed the possibility of increasing water rates at it's Monday, Dec. 15, meeting.
EATON — The Board of Preble County Commissioners has approved the 2015 budget appropriations for the county after weeks of discussion among themselves and with county departments.
EATON — With $875,000 in grant money coming their way, the Preble County Senior Fair Board met in special session on Tuesday, Dec. 16, to discuss some of the goals for the future of the fairgrounds.
EATON — Preble County Sanitary Engineer Randy Gilbert and Landfill Manager David Wilson met with the Board of Preble County Commissioners Dec. 17 to provide their monthly update.
WEST ALEXANDRIA — The Twin Valley Community Local Schools Board of Education met on Tuesday, Dec. 16, and discussed energy cost savings among other topics.
GRATIS — The Gratis Village Council discussed two different Rumpke contracts for the village at its Thursday, Dec. 18, meeting.
COLUMBUS - There are a number of Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicle Deputy Registrar locations across the state that may be closed or offering limited services due to the upcoming holidays.
EATON — The First Presbyterian Church congregation held its annual December Blood Donation Day recently, and it was again a success with 129 donors registering and 117 blood products collected.
EATON — A good story can pick you up, take you on an adventure, and leave you somewhere better. If you agree, the Preble County District Library's homeschool writing workshop is an opportunity to discover the elements of a good story and...
EATON — Preble County Engineer Kyle Cross presented his monthly update to the Board of Preble County Commissioners at a Monday, Dec. 15, meeting.
PREBLE COUNTY — The New Year is nearly upon us, and with it comes the inevitable New Year's Resolution, complete with the clichéd “New Year, New You” slogan and a barrage of advertisements for gym memberships, exercise...
EATON — The winners of the Downtown Eaton Inc. White Christmas Lighting Contest and Coloring Contest have been selected.
The Eleanor I. Jones Archives of Camden, Ohio, (the “Camden Archives”) would like to gratefully acknowledge the outstanding legacy left by our fellow volunteer of more than 30 years, Linda Joy Rhoden, who passed away Sunday, Aug. 3, 2014.
WEST ALEXANDRIA — Birthdays: Logan Unger, Lainey Mercer, Hayley Glander, Cody Briant, Holly Robbins, Annie Morris, Wyatt Beneke, Brendon Myers, Danyel Lipps, Camilla Crews, Mason Crews, Victoria Watts, Rick Rivers, Dylan...
Sensitive Santa to Arrive
Novel Discussions book club
Preble County Probate CourtMarriage Application ReportDec. 3, 2014 to Dec. 10, 2014
PREBLE COUNTY — Holiday stress, for some, is inevitable. Holiday cards, cookie exchanges, buying gifts, wrapping gifts, office parties, family gatherings, money considerations and travel are just a few of the things that may bring stress during...
EATON — The Board of Preble County Commissioners received a monthly update from Emergency Management Agency Director David Anderson at a Wednesday, Dec. 10 meeting.
PREBLE COUNTY — On Thursday, Dec. 18, United Way of the Greater Dayton Area's Preble County Branch and The Foodbank will be distributing food to locals in need of assistance at two mobile farmers markets.
EATON — Daniel Mitchell, 21, was sentenced to two years in prison after pleading guilty to possession of cocaine, a third degree felony and carrying concealed weapons, a fourth degree felony.
WEST ALEXANDRIA — On Saturday, Dec. 6, the Preble County Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) met for its 4th annual Christmas Social and Awards Banquet, hosted by the First Baptist Church of West Alexandria.
PREBLE COUNTY — Many people know that a combination of a healthy diet and routine exercise is the best way to maintain their physical health. But what about mental well-being? Memory lapses are often assumed to be an accepted side effect of...
PREBLE COUNTY — Many budding retirees plan to travel, relax and enjoy the company of their spouses when they officially stop working. But such plans only are possible if men and women take steps to secure their financial futures in...
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