Dayton Public Schools headquarters building, 115 S. Ludlow St. in downtown Dayton. FILE
Photo: JEREMY P. KELLEY / STAFF
Photo: JEREMY P. KELLEY / STAFF

5 local things to know on Sunday

Dayton Public School’s staff attorney improperly denied a public information request to a resident asking after a copy of the “settlement agreement” between former superintendent Lori Ward and Dayton’s board of education.

2. Annie Oakley: From Darke County farm to worldwide fame 

World-famous Annie Oakley, known as “Little Miss Sure Shot,” was born just north of Greenville in 1860. Tragedy struck Oakley early in life, which resulted in her family being destitute and Oakley being sent to the county home. She later became one of the country's most famous sharpshooters.

3. 5 things to know about Ken Griffey Jr.’s career 

Ken Griffey Jr. is one of baseball’s greatest players, and now his name will go down in history. Today, Griffey Jr. will be inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame.

Ken Griffey Jr.FILE--Seattle Mariners' Ken Griffey, Jr. watches his fifth-inning home run fly away against the Cleveland Indians on March 31, 1998 in Seattle. Griffey was chosen to start on the American League all-star team in voting announced Tuesday, June 30, 1998 for the 69th All-Star Game, to be played Tuesday, July 7 at Coors Field in Denver.(AP Photo/Bill Chan)

>>>What you need to know about Ken Griffey Jr.’s Hall of Fame induction

4. Prison inmate sentenced for intimidation in threatening letters

A 28-year-old man will be facing additional charges to his sentence after sending threatening letters to court officials. Anthony D. Smith has been charged with a life sentence with a chance of parole in 11.5 years and is looking at an additional 12 years due to the letters.

5. 3 things to do in Dayton today

Tails of Two Cities: A Dog Day Afternoon, 12-4 p.m.

Peter Wine

Bring your dog and enjoy this dog-focused event at Eastwood MetroPark. The event will have vendors, food trucks, Make-Your-Own-Bone bar, adoptable dogs and more. Dogs MUST be on a leach at all times.

Cost: Free

Huber Heights Ribfest, Noon- 8 p.m.

Rib Fest

This 2nd-annual Huber Heights event will be held at the corner of Chambersburg and Brandt next to the old Kroger. This event has everything from live music, a car show, craft vendors and a Backyard Grillers Competition.

Cost: General Admission $3, 14 and under free

Butler County Fair, Gates open at 7 a.m.

Larry C. Price

Today kicks off the first day for the weeklong fair held at the Butler County Fairgrounds. Sunday’s events will include the Garden Tractor Pull, Rabbit Show and the Jr. Fair Horse Versatility Show.  

Cost: All day $8, Child $3

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