Anthony Weber Troy Daily News The Miami County Fair Royalty was announced during the 2016 Miami County Fair Junior Fair King and Queen, Prince and Princess Contest Saturday inside the Duke Lundgard Youth Assembly Building at the Miami County Fairgrounds. The royalty includes front row from left: Miami County Fair Prince James Burkett, Miami County Fair King Keagan Carsey, Miami County Fair Queen Megan Troy and Miami County Fair Princess Addilynn Grove. King contestants back row from left: first runner up Thomas Burkett, second runner up Larkin Welbaum, Queen contestants second row from left: first runner up Cheyenne Parke, second runner up Caitlyn Cusick, third runner up Victoria Hager and fourth runner up Kristina Romie.
Her favorite thing about soccer is “winning, definitely winning.” And she knows what it takes to get there. There are the practices and games and, she says “Getting ready for the season takes a lot of work. ” But, she feels it is all worth it. “She is uniquely qualified, because of her superb journalism and education background, to help our newspapers better reach out to the communities they serve. The Kentucky Post’s year long ‘Year of the Child’ focus in 1986 showed the Northern Kentucky community how well she could merge her teaching and journalistic skills to inform and mobilize. Few, if any, editors have been as knowledgeable of, devoted to, and involved in community as Mrs.
Competencies for Independent Living takes place at Koinonia Community School in Loomis. The school is part of an adolescent recovery program for foster youth aged 13 to 18. From January to May, volunteers visit weekly to teach students life skills, such as taking care of their bodies, their clothing, how to eat balanced meals, basic budgeting, preparing for job interviews and looking for an apartment.
In the most anticipated debut in school history, freshman Jessica Shepard poured in 29 points and grabbed 12 rebounds in just 17 minutes against UNK. Shepard, who was cleared for full court, 5 on 5 participation for the first time on Tuesday, Oct. 27, hit 11 of 19 shots from the floor and 7 of 11 free throws while knocking the rust off.
The current city council has succeeded in ripping off the very people that feather its nest. Meters that reset so you don get the 10 minutes left by the last guy, expanded enforcement hours, enforcement on Sundays (by the way the City just hired two more meter maids to make sure Sundays produce tickets!). They also allow the private company Regional Parking Corp.