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Carnegie Reader of the Week

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This week’s Carnegie Public Library Reader of the Week is Aaron Teter, a children’s specialist at the library.Children (names and ages) Owen, 7 and Annabel, 4Tell me about reading to/with your children. Most nights the kids go to bed with my wife or I reading to them. The kids enjoy reading in the car.What is your favorite to read aloud? Why? I enjoy books I can read in different personalities. Knuffle Bunny by Mo Willems has a lot of voice. I enjoy reading Dr. Seuss, keeping the rhythm and rhyming.


No. 1 Falcons beat Panthers, 42-20

The Miami Trace Panthers were looking to pull the upset of the undefeated and No. 1 team in the state in Division IV, the Clinton-Massie Falcons Friday night.The Panthers gave the Falcons everything they had, but in the end, Clinton-Massie was able to take advantage of some Panther turnovers as they posted a 42-20 victory.The Falcons improve to 9-0 overall, 6-0 in the SCOL.The Panthers fall to 6-3 overall, 4-2 in the SCOL.“That’s a great...

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Crimes and traffic

OCT. 15STATE OF OHIORobert G. Malof, Loveland, speed 83/70, fine $35, court costs $130.Katie M. Creed, 1483 St. Rt. 38, seat belt violation, fine $30, court costs $101.Michael S. Baker, Bloomingburg, seat belt, fine $30, court costs $101.Nathan A. Rapp, Mt. Sterling, seat belt violation, fine $30, court costs $101.Adam R. Morrison, 737 Leesburg Ave., speed 70/55, fine $35, court costs $130....

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‘Show of the Season’ is back for its 23rd year

“The Show of the Season” is one stop Fayette Countians will want to make for holiday shopping.The 23rd-annual event will be held on Nov. 15 from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m. at the Fayette County Fairgrounds. Over the years, the show has generated thousands of dollars for the students of the Miami Trace Local School District.While becoming a huge success for the schools, it has also become the largest gathering of crafters in the southwest Ohio area. For the past seve...

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Beggars Night set for Oct. 30

This year, Beggars Night in Fayette County falls on Thursday, Oct. 30, the night before Halloween.With the exceptions of Jeffersonville and Bloomingburg, all townships and villages within the county will welcome little ghouls and goblins from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. In Jeffersonville and Bloomingburg, the candy hour will end at 7:30 p.m.An extra opportunity for tricks-or-treats will be this Saturday, Oct. 25, at Trick-or-Treat at the Park. Eyman Park will welcome creatures of a...

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WHS ‘Footloose’ coming soon

Washington High School students Hailey Hartshorn, G.B. Carr, Cameron Hartshorn, and Skylynn Barden rehearse their roles for the upcoming production of Footloose. The production takes place on Nov. 7, 8 and 9 at the Historic Middle School Auditorium.

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Local healthcare worker recognized

An employee and her employer, Signature HealthCARE, were recently acknowledged in a letter from OhioHealth Riverside Methodist Hospital for their outstanding work.The chaplain at Signature HealthCARE, Dee Davis, was recently mentioned in a letter from Steven Baxter, Decedent Care Coordinator at OhioHealth, to Signature Administrator Alison Harding for her work during a situation that occurred recently to one of the patients at Signature.

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Ohio Comic Con 2014 coming Oct. 31, Nov. 1, 2

Several famous actors and artists will be visiting the 2014 Ohio Comic Con on Oct. 31, Nov. 1 and 2 at the Greater Columbus Convention Center in Columbus.Ohio Comic Con (“con” is short for convention) is a yearly event sponsored by Wizard World, who also sponsors comic cons for other states. These events usually include a ton of memorabilia, impressive artists who work on comics for companies such as Marvel, and also celebrities from genres such as fantasy, sci-fi, adve...

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Higher Call to minister at RACC tonight

The gospel music group “Higher Call” will minister at Rose Ave. Community Center today at 7 p.m.Featuring great live southern gospel and contemporary Christian music with rich, powerful voices and mellow harmonies revealing a deep love for the Lord Jesus, their ministry mission is to share God’s love and His message through song and to see souls saved for the kingdom!

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Have a safe trick or treat

Going Trick-or-Treating is a favorite of children. Here are some suggestions on how to make it safer for parents, children, youth and homeowners.Parents:• If you buy a costume, look for one made of flame-retardant material and add reflective tape.• Feed your child dinner before setting out.• Make a map of the streets they will be going on and they should not change the plan.• Children under the age of 11 should be ...

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Taylor honored for NYEC participation

Local youth, Clayton Taylor of New Holland, finished sixth at the National Youth Engineering Challenge (NYEC) in West Lafayette, Ind., on Sept. 28 through 30. He competed in Senior Tractor Operator, one of nine contests in the event.The event drew in 35 contestants from seven states. Areas of competition included aerospace, bicycle, computer, electric, lawn tractor, robotics, small engines, tractor and welding. All of the contestants had won county and state competitions to to qual...

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Area gas prices highlighted

The local gas prices from Friday, Oct. 24 were:Washington C.H. and area:Murphy USA - $2.96/gallonMarathon - $2.94/gallonKroger - $2.96/gallonUnited Dairy Farmers - $2.95/gallonShell - $2.96/gallonFlying J - $2.95/gallon (cash)Speedway - $2.95/gallonLove’s - $2.95/gallon (cash)Travel Centers of America (BP) - $2.90/gallonShell (at U.S. 35 and I-71) - $2.90/gallon...

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Use caution on Beggar’s Night

AAA reminds drivers to be aware of trick-or-treaters on Beggar’s Night. “Because excited trick-or-treaters often forget about safety, motorists and parents must be even more alert,” said Chris Ralston, safety advisor, AAA East Central. “Motorists should watch for children walking on roadways, medians and curbs. Drivers should be especially vigilant between the hours of 4 p.m. and midnight, when pedestrians are most vulnerable,” he added.Adul...

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Holbrook graduates from OSU School of Cosmetology

Holly L. Holbrook, of Fayette County, recently graduated from the Ohio State School of Cosmetology, 5050 North High St., Columbus. Ohio State School of Cosmetology is a nationally accredited school and is Ohio’s largest cosmetology school with five locations in central Ohio.Holly successfully completed an intensive program that consisted of personalized instruction in both theoretical and practical aspects of cosmetology.The program included advanced training in ha...

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Record-Herald to broadcast MT game

The Record-Herald will be providing a live audio webcast of the Miami Trace Panthers football game vs. Clinton-Massie tonight.Ryan Hosch will be giving the play-by-play action from Panther Stadium beginning at 7:30 p.m. Click the link below to begin listening to the webcast....

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Amish Cook prepared homemade pizza

Dear Friends Both Far and Wide,Hello from Flat Rock, Illinois! We’re having a full, yet interesting week. There are two things I’m especially looking forward to for this week. One is a brand new armoire my husband is making for my birthday and the other is a new pony that will be arriving on Friday. Hopefully in a week I’ll be able to fill you in on more details about the pony.

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Lions Club to hold annual tailgate fundraiser

The Washington and Jeffersonville Lions Clubs are joining forces once again to present the ninth-annual “Beat Michigan Tailgate Party” which will be held Friday, Nov. 28, the night before the big game. Festivities will begin at 6 p.m. in the Mahan Building on the fairgrounds with appetizers and lots of Buckeye electricity. All Lions members in both clubs are selling tickets to the party, and for a raffle with two game tickets and $700 cash as the big prizes. ...

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Getting Ahead: Nature reflects truth

As most know, I grew up on a farm and all farm boys know the law of sowing and reaping. We would till the ground in the spring and plant the crops. In the summer or early fall we would have a harvest of whatever we planted. In the garden we would sow many different seeds and reap whatever we planted. We would not reap beans where we planted corn. We would not reap tomatoes where we planted potatoes and so on.

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