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Eaton Register Herald

Drugs seized during traffic stop

EATON — An Indiana woman was arrested late last month after a traffic stop led to the discovery of suspected methamphetamines. On Thursday, July 28, at approximately 4:45 p.m., a Preble County Sheriff’s Deputy stopped a vehicle at U.S. 127 and Interstate 70 for a traffic violation, according to Sheriff Mike Simpson.
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Indiana officer shot in critical condition; suspect ID’d

RICHMOND, Ind. (WDTN) – An officer is in critical condition after being shot by a suspect during a traffic stop in Indiana Wednesday. Police identified the officer shot as 28-year-old Seara Burton with the Richmond Police Department. According to Sergeant Scott Keegan with Indiana State Police (ISP), the shooting happened around 6:44 p.m. near north […]
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Eaton Register Herald

Sale of Champions yields $35,000 in profits

EATON — The 172nd Preble County Fair Sale of Champions took place in the Expo Center on Friday, Aug. 5, with a spectacular turnout. The auction netted a combined total of nearly $35,000 with the highest individual animal sold going for the price of $4,500. Mike Dare kicked off...
Cincinnati CityBeat

Review: Ripple Wine Bar Brings Approachable Elegance to Covington

Tucked along a row of storefronts on Pike Street in Covington, Ripple Wine Bar has such an unassuming presence that you could easily miss it. I discovered it only last winter, and after a quick stop for wine and appetizers at the bar I became an instant fan. Recently, I returned with several friends to experience a full evening of the place’s food and drink.
Sidney Daily News

Just chilling out

Three fawns chill out next to the Sidney Veterans Center on Tuesday, Aug. 9. There was a fourth fawn, not pictured, also hanging out with the young gang.
Eaton Register Herald

Lakengren holds open bass tournament

EATON — On Sunday, July 17, Lake Lakengren hosted its first open bass tournament of 2022. Several teams competed for the top prize of $1,000. A portion of the proceeds from the tournament help stock the lake throughout the year. The rainy weather didn’t hinder the results and participants were pleased, according to organizers. Overall prize went to Kevin Caplinger and Luke Haynes of Eaton.

Spadea’s road trip shapes up around food

On Monday morning as we were getting ready to open the show I was talking about the upcoming road trip. Yes, I'm headed to cross the country on Friday with the goal of getting to San Diego by dinner on Sunday. I'd also like to beat my record time from...
Sidney Daily News

Let yourself go

• Packer Historical Center, 112 W. Main St., Anna, is open Sundays from 1 to 4 p.m. • Martial arts classes teaching karate and jujitsu will be held from children aged 6 through adults at the Sidney-Shelby County YMCA. Classes will be held on Fridays from 6 to 7 p.m. for beginners at a cost of $22 for members and $40 for non-members for four classes. Advanced classes will be held from 6 to 8 p.m. and cost $44 for members and $80 for non-members for four classes. All classes are taught by Sensei David Smith, in partnership with Jukido-Kai School-Martial Arts.
Sidney Daily News

Small goat, big trophy

Eli Zumberger, 12, of Minster, walks his reserve grand champion wether pygmy goat back to its pen after showing it at the 2022 Auglaize County Fair on Thursday, Aug. 4. Eli is the son of Greg and Amy Zumberger.

Five Boozy Frozen Treats That Are Nice, Nice Baby

If you’re looking for a way to cool down (and turn up), try one or more of these boozy fruit-flavored slushies. Be warned: too many of these and you’ll have a brain freeze that will require a couple of Tylenol the next day. Cherry Blow Pop. Piper’s rebranded...

Tree Lottery Winners Announced

A total of 60 entries were received for the city's second Tree Lottery program. Thirty-five lucky property winners were randomly selected to have a tree planted in the public right-of-way in front of their homes this fall. Those winners include:. 1. John Deam. 2. Chance Kaczmarek. 3. Kathleen Sturm. 4....
Daily Standard

Batter Up!

COLDWATER - There's no better respite from walking around an area festival than biting into a fresh, crispy waffle dusted with powdered sugar. Just ask Scott Gels, Coldwater Squires chief counselor. The Coldwater Squires make the festival food favorite for the Coldwater K of C Picnic and the Coldwater Community...

Tent camping ON the Miami River!

Have you ever tent camped on a river? Troy, Ohio offers the first and only camping experience called Float Troy. With the Miami River weaving its way through Troy Ohio, Float Troy is anchored at the beautiful park, Treasure Island, and what a treasure it can be! You can rent a tent for a night or the weekend. Rental come with a raft that you can use throughout your stay and the roomy tent can sleep up to four(we recommend a family; two adults and two kids). Our favorite time was taking our raft downstream at night to see the courthouse and bridge lite up. Troy, Ohio offers so many unique places to eat. We will be returning for the Agave & Rye tacos and drinks, they were epic!!