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To the editor: This letter is in regards to David, Angela and Trey Brown’s current circumstances that I heard about on the news. Specifically, parents of a boy who has been suffering with severe brain trauma and took it upon themselves to use non-prescribed marijuana oil to ease their boys pain. Do we not live [...]

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By Megan Hopps SUN PRESS Newspapers   Dayton City Council and staff heard from the city’s financial advisor who gave a brief overview of the preliminary 2015 budget. This item will come before the council during a September meeting. The city also reviewed details of a change order for Wicht Industrial Park, accepted a donation [...]

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Richard Pietrzak has retired as Police Chief with the City of Dayton. The city extends its thanks and appreciation for the chief’s many years of hard work and dedication. Staff, as well as the community, wishes him the best in the future. Paul Enga will serve as Acting Police Chief and the city will begin [...]

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By Olivia Koester Staff Writer   The sky is the limit for first-graders as they dream of becoming astronauts, firefighters and more. At Dayton Elementary School in the late 1970s, one of Barb Swanson’s first-grade students told her that she wanted to become an Olympian someday.   On Aug. 14, that student pulled an Olympic [...]

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By Joe Nathan  Guest Columnist   What should wise families, like careful coaches, help youngsters do to prepare for the upcoming school year? Some 41 district, charter and teacher union leaders recently responded to that question with specific, practical advice. Their suggestions tended to fall into three major areas: – Re-establishing school year routines at [...]

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