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Barrett will be ready to go Saturday - Record-Herald
COLUMBUS – Ohio State quarterback J.T. Barrett isn’t scheduled to go all out in practice until today but he and coach Urban Meyer both say he will be ready to play on Saturday against Illinois. “That is correct,” Barrett said on Wednesday when ...
Browns trying to figure out sluggish running game - Record-Herald
BAREA, Ohio (AP) — The Browns running game was one of the team’s biggest strengths early in the season. Now, it’s become a crutch in the wake of Pro Bowl center Alex Mack’s season-ending leg injury. “It’s expected,” offensive coordinator Kyle ...
Bengals’ defense has to get along without Burfict - Record-Herald
CINCINNATI (AP) — The Bengals’ defense finally got its act together after three rough weeks, holding down Baltimore just enough to pull out a pivotal win. The challenge is to keep it going without Cincinnati’s best defensive player. Pro Bowl ...
Career workshop to help unemployed vets find jobs - Record-Herald
Military Veterans Resource Center invites job seeking veterans to attend a career workshop on Wednesday, Nov. 12. Career specialists will help veterans jump start their careers by improving their job search skills and teaching them how to become more ...
Fourth-annual 5K honors Wightman - Record-Herald
SABINA — A local race is gearing up for its fourth year of celebrating the life of a local hero. On Saturday, Nov. 8, the fourth annual Brett Wightman Memorial 5K and Free Kids Fun Run will be held at Sabina Elementary School, 246 W. Washington St ...
FCRTA hosts speakers - Record-Herald
Several guest speakers were present at the Oct. 2 meeting of the Fayette County Retired Teachers Association. Dave Lewis, superintendent of Miami Trace Schools, spoke about the upcoming bond issue. He distributed several sheets which included answers to ...
New Vienna Church to hold revival - Record-Herald
The New Vienna Community Church announces its fall revival with evangelist Dan Cook and gospel singer Robyn McMillan. These services start Sunday morning, Nov. 2 at 10:30 a.m. with evening service at 7 p.m. The revival will continue Monday and Tuesday ...
NDOP Task Force holds appreciation dinner - Record-Herald
The Fayette County Task Force for the National Day of Prayer recently honored pastors and spouses with a special dinner held at the Robert Kline Family Center. The guest tables were brightly decorated with fall colored napkins and centerpieces. The ...
Women of South Side hold Oct. meeting - Record-Herald
The Women of South Side held the October meeting at the church. President Becky Crouch gave the welcome and opened with prayer. The refreshments were prepared and served by Teresa Hooks and Becky. The coffee cakes, and donuts, with coffee and punch were ...
Getting Ahead: Yours, mine and ours - Record-Herald
A child will snatch a toy from another child and proclaim; “That’s mine!” It is then that we try to teach them to share their toys with one another. We work very hard to get them to interact with others in a spirit of good will. We do not have to ...
Still time to vote early - Record-Herald
As of 4 p.m. Thursday afternoon, 1,469 Fayette County residents had voted early for the upcoming general election. Four years ago today, 1,507 residents came out early to vote. Fayette County Board of Elections Director Jamie Brooks said she is happy with ...
Pennington Bakery to hold reunion - Record-Herald
It will soon be time for the annual reunion of the former Pennington Bakery employees. The event will be held on Sunday, Oct. 19, at 4 p.m. at Our Place Restaurant, 827 E. Market St. Prepaid reservations are $13 a person and must be received by Oct. 13.
Pet Networking Pet of the Week - Record-Herald
Pet Networking has Cher looking for a new home. Cher is 2-3 yrs old and was a stray that came to a family’s house, had her babies that all found new homes, and now she is looking a for a new home. She has her shots and has been spayed- call 335-6314.
Keeping children safe and secure - Record-Herald
I think most people would agree that it is important to keep our children safe and secure. In today’s world this has become a challenge for many communities and school districts. At Miami Trace, we take this challenge very seriously. It is our goal to ...
Taxpayer doesn’t approve of bond issue - Record-Herald
Well, it seems like here we go again, Miami Trace School District going back on what they told the voters when they wanted the levy passed for the last school they had built. I distinctly remember a certain school board member saying that if the levy ...