In brief


Resignation accepted

Marion Stout will leave the Troy City Schools as business manager and human resources director effective Jan. 3. The school board accepted Stout’s resignation Oct. 10. She has been with the district for 26 years. Stout will be taking a job in human resources with the Miami County Educational Services Center.

Candidate night set

A Meet the Candidate night for the November election will be held today at 7:30 at the Troy Junior High School cafeteria. The program will last one hour. The forum will feature candidates and issues including 8th District U.S. Rep. candidates Warren Davison and Steven Fought and Miami County sheriff candidates Dave Duchak and Joe Mahan. Issues on the Troy area ballot will be discussed.

Marshall now sergeant

John P. Marshall was promoted to the position of sergeant with the Troy Police Department in a ceremony Oct. 10. He is a 1990 graduate of Miami East High School and served eight years in the Army. A graduate of the Ohio State Highway Patrol Academy, Marshall has been with the police department since August 1999.

He has served as a member of the Tactical Response Team and has served as a range instructor. Marshall and his wife, Kristie, have two children.


Leaf collection on horizon

Huber Heights will begin leaf collection Nov. 7. Daily updates will be posted once the collection begins. Fore more information, visit the city’s website at


Police officer applications sought

The Vandalia Police Division is accepting applications for police officer. Applicants must be 21 by Oct. 5, possess or obtain a valid Ohio driver’s license and hold Ohio Peace Officer and Emergency Medical Responder certifications. Qualification information and an application are available at or at the Municipal Building, 333 James Bohanan Memorial Drive.


Souper Bowl set

The Tippecanoe Historical Society will hold a Souper Bowl I fundraiser Nov. 5. For $20, guests will receive a handmade soup bowl by local artist Sally Watson; choice of potato, vegetable or chicken corn soup; bread and crackers. Proceeds will benefit the historical society endowment fund. Tickets are available from the historical society museum, 20 N. Third St. or Tipp Monroe Community Services, 3 E. Main St. Tickets and more information are available from Gordon at 937-667-3051.

Babysitting class coming

A class on being a better babysitter will be offered Oct. 29 and Nov. 5 by Tipp Monroe Community Services. The class will be held from noon to 4:30 p.m. each day. Among topics in the classes will be CPR for infant and children, appropriate toys and activities and growth and development. To register, call 937-667-8631 or visit


New web site planned

Englewood is seeking input on a new web site. To participate in a straw poll visit

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