Friday Nov 29
Oculina Bank poised to expand on Treasure Coast
The holding company that owns Oculina Bank is selling the other bank it owns, which could lead to an expansion for Oculina, the bank's top executives say.
When Martin Montgomery was introduced during the annual Preble County Athletic Hall of Fame induction ceremony in May, something didn't feel quite right for the 70-year-old Richmond man.
Woman remembered after remains found
Family and friends gathered Sunday for a vigil to remember the 20-year-old Eaton, Ohio, woman whose remains were found in a southwestern Ohio park last week.
Churches part of Operation Christmas Child
At least nine area churches are helping collect small gifts for children around the world through the Operation Christmas Child project.
Body in SW Ohio park identified as exotic dancer
A southwest Ohio coroner's investigation has determined that a badly decomposed body found in a park is that of a 20-year-old exotic dancer missing for weeks.
Board will certify election results
The Preble County Election Board will meet at 9 a.m. Tuesday, Nov. 19, in the board office at 101 E. Main St. in Eaton, Ohio.
Shannon F. Dungan
Shannon was born on March 7, 1943 in Dayton, Ohio, daughter of the late Byron & Mary Frances Davis.
Eaton board taking sealed bids for former high school site
The first attempt to auction the former home of Eaton High School was unsuccessful, so the Eaton Community School Board is accepting sealed bids for the seven-parcel property.
Marjorie A. Fornshell
Hamilton Hospital, Hamilton, OH. She was born August 6, 1926 in Butler County to the late William and Maude Kohler, Sr. She was retired from Miami University in Oxford, OH.
Jeanne E. Swartz
Born September 18, 1960, in Hillsboro, Ohio, to Raymond and Helen Bussey Bills, she lived most of her life in Darke and Preble Counties in Ohio.
Veterans offered fine-free books
The Preble County District Library is offering veterans year-round fine-free borrowing.
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Newborn baby in house during violent home invasion
A newborn baby was inside a home during a violent robbery early today, Middletown police said.
Preble Co. voters say no to new spending
Preble County voters rejected new spending in Tuesday's off-year election, which saw only 15.6 percent of registered voters cast ballots.