Clothes That Work comes to Troy

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By Sheryl Roadcap

Giving a “prop”-er cleaning

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Sister Anderson, of Utah, a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, washes the propeller on “Sunny, a WACO Classic belonging to the WACO Historical Society of Troy on Tuesday, June 11. Anderson is within a few weeks of completing her 18 month mission that nearly all Mormons undertake before becoming “full” members of the church. Girls undertake an 18 month mission while boys do two years. Anderson will be in the Troy area for five more weeks.

A slice of Georgia

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A driver unloads cases of fresh Georgia peaches next door to Crooked Handle Brewing Co. on South Main Street in Piqua on June 12. The Peach Truck spent two hours at the stop, selling peaches to businesses and passers-by. Piqua is one of the regularly-scheduled stops on the route once every three weeks. For more information on The Peach Truck and its schedule, visit www.thepeachtruck.com .

Tipp City Arts Council rocks the park

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Local artist znels opens the program at the Tipp City Community Park on Saturday, June 8, for an evening of music presented by the Tipp City Arts Council.

Mack to be Tipp City’s new city manager

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By Amantha Garpiel

Troy road closures for Beatles tribute rooftop concert

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TROY — Troy’s Public Square will be closed part of Saturday evening due to the rooftop concert on The Mayflower. On Friday, part of Cherry Street will be closed for setting up the event.

Uplifting work

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Construction crews continue to make progress at Lock 9 Park in Piqua as workers put the “finishing touches” on the roof structure on Wednesday, June 5. The city of Piqua expects to hold an opening event for the Lock 9 Park on Water Street on Saturday, July 27.

IDEA Troy & Hayner present Juneteenth Celebrations in Troy

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TROY — Troy will celebrate Juneteenth this year on Saturday, June 15, at McKaig Race Park beginning at 3 p.m.

“Painting” the town red

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Troy Strawberry officials, city officials and dignitaries cut a ribbon, officially opening the 2024 Troy Strawberry Festival on Friday, May 31, 2024 in downtown Troy. This years marks the 48th anniversary of the popular event.