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Bradford football program creates tension - The Daily Advocate
BRADFORD — Concerns about low numbers of players in the Bradford football program has led to disputes among administrators, coaches and parents about the future of the team and the school, records obtained through a public records request show.
Franklin Monroe getting ready for students Monday - The Daily Advocate
ARCANUM - Franklin Monroe schools are scheduled to begin the school year on Monday. This year, community members can expect to see a satellite business academy program for high school students, a new baseball and softball complex by the start of the season ...
Police looking for armed robbery suspect - The Daily Advocate
GREENVILLE -The Greenville Police Department are looking for a robbery suspect after a local gas station was robbed at knifepoint. On Saturday, at approximately 9:36 p.m., the police responded to the Sunoco gas station on Martin Street on reports of an ...
Reid project on schedule for March 2015 - The Daily Advocate
GREENVILLE - The Reid Medical Office Building’s construction is on schedule and is expected to be completed in March 2015, according to Larry Price, director of community relations at Reid Hospital in Richmond, Ind. Price said groundbreaking was held ...
Grain mixed, livestock lower - The Daily Advocate
CHICAGO (AP) - Grain futures were mixed Wednesday in early trading on the Chicago Board of Trade. Wheat for Dec delivery was unchanged at $5.5850 a bushel; Dec corn was 5.75 cents lower at $3.6650 a bushel; Dec oats were unchanged at $3.3975 a bushel ...
Tri-Village boys lose to Covington - The Daily Advocate
PIQUA — The Tri-Village boys golf team lost a Cross County Conference match 169-180 to Covington on Tuesday at Echo Hill Golf Course. Brett Boyter led Tri-Village with a nine-hole round of 42. Also for the Patriots, Jonny Wilson shot a 43, Brandon Peters ...
Lady Wave tennis sweeps Fairborn - The Daily Advocate
GREENVILLE — The Greenville girls tennis team swept Fairborn 5-0 on Tuesday for the Lady Wave’s fifth consecutive win. In first singles Greenville’s Raquel Navas-Davis beat Brooklyn Hunter 6-2, 6-1. At second singles Madison Bixler swept Alyssa Stark ...
Versailles girls beat Miami East - The Daily Advocate
ST. PARIS — The Versailles girls golf team beat Miami East 199-237 on Tuesday at Lakeland Golf Course. Versailles’ Madison Covault was the match medalist with a nine-hole score of 44. Also for the Lady Tigers, Hannah Niekamp shot a 48, Kaitlyn ...
Greenville boys soccer loses 3-0 to Lehman - The Daily Advocate
SIDNEY — The Greenville boys soccer team lost 3-0 to Lehman Catholic on Tuesday to fall to 0-3 on the season. After a scoreless first half, freshman Jake Emrick and sophomore Trey Kerrigan each contributed a goal and an assist a piece for Lehman in the ...
Recent events in Western Ohio highlight the importance of a federal bill - The Daily Advocate
Grand Lake St. Marys is a landmark of the 84th House District, promoting jobs in the area and offering a place that families can visit to fish, boat, and enjoy time together. Being residents of western Ohio and the Grand Lake St. Marys area, we are all ...