Shenandoah, IA (51601) Today. Columns; Letters; Features; Special Sections; Jobs; Coupons; Home News Page 381. You will notice an expansion of pages in your regular newspaper with all that local news you expect, plus more. Miami Valley Today. News, Sports, Obituaries, Classifieds and More from the Troy Daily News News. Briefs; Business; Crime; Education; Local; Local News 1; Religion; Latest . Rotary Club Begins Designated Driver Button Campaign The weather was cold and snow flurries fell, but that didn't stop dedicated Rotarians from launching this year's "Designated Driver" button campaign. news@miamivalleynewspapers.com Sales representitives: gina.miller@miamivalleynewspapers.com angela@miamivalleynewspapers.com Advertising: ads@miamivalleynewspapers.com Billing: janine.moyer@miamivalleynewspapers.com Rain this morning with thunderstorms by evening. High around 75F. Our family-owned company is proud to be the home of a special collection of hometown newspapers, all with their own unique history and connections. Welcome to Miami Valley Newspapers! Staff Reports-June 16, 2018. We invite you to explore one of our five weekly publications: The Miamisburg/West Carrollton News, The Germantown Press, The Franklin Chronicle, The Springboro Star Press, and The Centerville Dispatch. Cameron Matthew Dunn, 28, of 4865 Heckathorn Road, Brookville to Ashley Danielle Cross, 27, of 119 Front Street, West Milton. Miami Valley Today includes content from Troy Daily News and The Piqua Daily Call and reaches throughout Miami County. We are the Miami Valley's best source for news and entertainment. Kevin Joseph Cameron, 26, of 4205 Inke Road, Richmond, Indiana to Tatum Brooke Roberts, 21, of same address. The expanded Miami Valley Sunday News features content from Troy Daily News, Piqua Daily Call and Weekly Record Herald. Latest; Featured posts; Most popular; 7 days popular; By review score; Random; Vandalia students on BGSU dean’s list. Nobody covers Ohio's Miami Valley like Miami Valley Today! We will be combining our efforts to create the best publication we can every day. News; Sports; Opinion. Miami Valley Today. When Miami Today first profiled Cali Garcia-Velez in 2009, he’d just become the regional executive for FirstBank Florida, a position he still holds in addition to serving as executive vice president. Miami Valley Today will provide our readers with the local news and event coverage from the Miami Valley that they expect and want.