Optimus offers free yoga for amputees

BUTLER TWP. — Optimus Prosthetics is now offering free yoga classes for amputees. Classes are taught by yoga instructor Marsha Danzig who is also a below-the-knee amputee. Marsha is the author of the new book “Yoga for Amputees: The Essential Guide to Finding Wholeness After Limb Loss for Yoga Students and Their Teachers.”

Check with BBB before choosing a towing company

DAYTON — There are roughly 220 million drivers in the U.S. and many have required the assistance of a towing company. Nobody ever plans on having a car breakdown, whether it’s an accident, a flat tire or simply running out of gas. Better Business Bureau offers tips to help you choose a reliable towing company.

Students earn academic honors at Miami

OXFORD — Miami University students who are ranked in the top three percent of undergraduate students within each division for first semester 2018-19 have been named to the president’s list recognizing academic excellence.

Cardiac rehab helps local man regain confidence, health

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Miami County Sheriff’s Office reports

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Community weighs in on superintendent search

BETHEL TWP. — Last week, consultants met with members of the Bethel Local Schools community to gather their input on the characteristics the district’s next superintendent should have.

Tippecanoe High School awards

TIPP CITY — Tippecanoe High School has announced the recipients of academic awards for the first semester.

Vandalia seeks to fill vacancies

VANDALIA - The Council of the City of Vandalia continuously accepts applications from persons interested in serving on City boards and commissions. Following is a description of the boards and commissions. If you are interested in being appointed to one of these committees, contact Missy Pruszynski at 415-2258, and an application will be mailed to you or you can download an application by visiting the City of Vandalia website at www.vandaliaohio.org.

Continuum of Care receives $10,000 grant

TIPP CITY — Give Where You Live of Miami County members met recently at Zion Lutheran Church in Tipp City to select the recipient of their $10,000-plus grant for the first quarter of 2019. Three member’s names along with their selected charities were randomly drawn and the group heard three five-minute presentations.