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MIAMI TWP. INTERCHANGE MONTGOMERY COUNTY OKS YOUNG GIRLS THE
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WHERE IS MOST OPIOID-ADDICTED?


Is Montgomery Ohio moms
County No. 1 blame rehab
for overdoses? owner for kids
No one knows. deaths.
By Katie Wedell By Becky Grimes
Staff Writer Staff Writer

A series of stories produced by Sandy Hinkle of Troy boarded


NBC News this month declared an airplane for the first time last
Montgomery County, Ohio, as the month to travel to West Palm
most opioid addicted county Beach, Fla., but this was no vaca-
in the nation. The story gained tion.
more traction on the internet. Hinkle was among five moms
But is the county really No. 1? who attended the sentencing of
The answer is no one really knows. the man they hold responsible
The claim that Montgomery for the death of their children
County tops all U.S. counties in addicts recruited by a South Flor-
overdoses came from a quote ida rehab program who never got
from Sheriff Phil Plummer, who the help they needed and even-
said, Per capita, were number tually overdosed.
one in the nation in overdose The operator of that program,
deaths. Kettering and other fire departments are making more mutual aid trips into Dayton. Kettering Kenneth Chatman, pleaded guilty
But when pressed for num- firefighters Kent Denlinger (left) and Chris DeLange prepare their ambulance for a run. LISA POWELL / STAFF to conspiracies to commit health
bers to back up that claim, no care fraud, money laundering
local or state officials includ- and sex trafficking, and was sen-
ing Plummer could point to Fentanyls fatal role tenced to 27 years in prison
any current data. Thats because Total number of unintentional drug overdose 800 projected small solace to the mothers who
the most recent comprehensive total** lost their children.
deaths along with number and percentage of
national data on overdose deaths She was absolutely my best
is from 2015. overdose deaths with fentanyl mentioned in friend, Hinkle said of her 23-year-
Death certificates in suspected Montgomery County, 2013 - 2017*
overdose cases take a long time Florida continued on A5
Total unintentional drug overdoses
to complete because coroners
Number with fentanyl mention 385
Opioids continued on A5 349
(percent of total) YTD
251 total
239 240
199
(69%)
DIGGING DEEPER: You depend
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on us to tell you whats really 12 70 (43%)
going on. For more stories (6%) (30%)
from our I-Team, go to Montgomery County Sheriff 2013 2014 2015 2016* 2017 Sandy Hinkle of Troy sent her
myDaytonDailyNews.com. It is Phil Plummer stands behind a late daughter to a drug rehab
*Data is preliminary from Montgomery County Coroners Office
your subscription dollars that table which shows the results program in South Florida, but
** Total is projection if current pace is maintained
make this type of reporting of a drug bust in March 2017. the operator did not provide
possible. CONTRIBUTED Source: Ohio Death Certicates and Montgomery County Coroners Office STAFF treatment for the patients.

OHIO BUDGET OHIO POLITICS

New budget allows Ohio community Public employees in Ohio


colleges to offer bachelors degrees could get fewer sick days
State lawmaker targets said state Rep. Derek Merrin,
By Max Filby 15-day limit; unions R-Monclova Twp., who spon-
Staff Writer sored the bill.
criticize proposal. He called the 15-day limit for
Ohios community colleges will be able to offer local government an excessive
four-year degrees thanks to a provision in the By Josh Sweigart state mandate that drives up cost
state budget bill that Gov. John Kasich signed Fri- Staff Writer for local governments.
day into law. Its way out of line with private
Sinclair Community College has been out front City, county, school and col- sector standards and needs to be
on the issue and officials there have already tar- lege employees across Ohio could reduced, he said. Im fighting
geted multiple fields of study for four-year degree receive less annual sick leave for the average taxpayer that is
offerings. Clark State Community College also has under a bill introduced Thursday footing the bill for this.
expressed interest in offering them. in the Ohio General Assembly. Co-sponsors of the bill include
Both schools have argued there is a need for The bill reduces the number of local Reps. Candice Keller, R-Mid-
bachelors degrees at community colleges in order sick days given to public employ- dletown; and Paul Zeltwanger,
to fill a workforce demand. ees to 10. This is already the max- R-Mason.
Our policy and legislative leaders are under- imum for state employees, but Public employee unions criti-
standing that community colleges are so much many local government employ- cize the proposal as an attempt to
closer ... to workforce needs in the state, said The idea for Ohio community colleges to offer ees get up to 15 days of sick leave undermine collective bargaining.
Madeline Iseli, Sinclair senior vice president for bachelors degrees was introduced in 2015 but a year. We h a v e r e l a t i o n s h i p s
didnt gain enough traction to pass until this Were aligning what state work-
Colleges continued on A6 summer. THE COLUMBUS DISPATCH ers get and local government, Sick leave continued on A6

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Kasich says GOP shortsighted on health care
Sometimes my Sometimes my party asks Last month, he joined with should be fixed. with money to combat opi- want to concede anything,
party asks too too much, Kasich said on two other Republican gov- The sins of the health-care oid abuse - $45 billion over he concluded. Right now,
ABCs This Week, saying ernors and four Democratic package Kasich has identi- 10 years - was anemic. Its theyre not ready, they are
much, he says. he and others would not governors to urge the Sen- fied go right to the heart of like spitting in the ocean. not ready to sit down and
be fooled by efforts to try ate not to reduce Medicaid the bill. If the Obamacare Its not enough. put the nation first in my
By Karoun Demirjian to buy people off with lit- coverage - which the Senate exchanges are collapsing, Kasich didnt reserve his opinion.
Washington Post tle fixes to the Senate bill to bill contracts. he stressed, you cant also harsh words only for the Notably, Kasich did not
increase spending to com- But Kasich stressed Sun- give people three or four GOP - he criticized Demo- direct the same sort of crit-
Ohio Gov. John Kasich (R) bat opioid addiction or give day that its not just Medic- thousand dollars a year and crats, too, and politicians icism at President Donald
lectured congressional lead- more financial support to aid and the fact that theres think they can buy an insur- generally as being slaves to Trump, who he suggested
ers of his party on Sunday low-income people seeking not enough money in Medic- ance policy. their party instead of work- would be open to negotia-
for being shortsighted, dis- health coverage. aid legitimately to treat peo- What kind of insurance ing to improve the country. tions with Democrats.
ingenuous and, ultimately, This is not the first time ple that has prompted his policy can you buy at three No one will ever remem- I think hed be fine with
doomed to be forgotten by that Kasich has criticized opposition to the bill. or four thousand dollars a ber you if you dont put the it, the governor said, noting
history if they persist with the GOP for the health-care Its the whole thing, he year? Kasich asked. country first, Kasich warned that Trump is a real estate
their approach to health- legislation they are trying to said. Its the entire pack- He also said that the latest members of Congress. businessman and that nego-
care legislation. shepherd through Congress. age, which I believe can and proposal to inject the effort Right now, they dont tiation is part of their DNA.

For millions, life without Medicaid is no option


Optional services with a baseline thats already ficiaries. Disabled children
at risk under GOP low, said James A. Tucker, would not be subject to the
director of the Alabama Dis- spending caps.
health proposal. abilities Advocacy Program, Avalere Health, a consulting
which provides legal services firm, estimated in a report that
Abby Goodnough to people with disabilities federal spending on individ-
2017 New York Times here. Theres a fundamen- ual state Medicaid programs
tal antipathy to spending the could decline between 6 per-
TUSCALOOSA, ALA. Fran- public purse on health care cent and 26 percent under
ces Isbell has spinal muscu- services for poor people, and the Republican plan by 2026.
lar atrophy, a genetic disor- that would only get worse if The biggest drops would be in
der that has left her unable to the resources become capped states that expanded Medic-
walk or even roll over in bed. and more limited. aid, but the cuts would com-
But Isbell has a personal care The drain on Medicaid pound more sharply for every
assistant through Medicaid, funding would worsen over state in later years.
and the help allowed her to time under the bill that Sen- Conservatives say Medicaid
go to law school at the Uni- ate Republicans are working spending, which consumes a
versity of Alabama, and she to pass. The nonpartisan Con- major and growing portion of
will graduate next month. Personal care assistant Dorothy Trainer cares for Eric Harkins at a local ice-cream gressional Budget Office esti- the federal and states bud-
She hopes to become a dis- parlor in Birmingham, Ala. Harkins has cerebral palsy and a developmental disability. mated that Medicaid spend- gets, needs to be reined in. The
ability rights lawyer Id love He qualifies for 125 hours per week of help from a personal care assistant provided by ing would be 26 percent lower current system of unlimited
to see her on the Supreme Medicaid but doesnt always receive that much. MELISSA GOLDEN / THE NEW YORK TIMES under the Senate plan than it federal matching funds, they
Court someday, her aide, would be under current law in say, has encouraged states
Christy Robertson, said, tear- 2026 and 35 percent lower to milk as much as they can,
ing up with emotion as Isbell at risk under Republican pro- health insurance program in 2036. The office predicted sometimes wastefully.
prepared to study for the bar posals to scale back Medicaid for the poor and vulnerable that states would be forced to Nationally, almost 3 mil-
exam in her apartment late as part of legislation to repeal created more than 50 years eral funding limits. eliminate optional services, lion people received Medic-
last month but staying inde- and replace the Affordable ago as part of President Lyn- Those changes would have restrict eligibility for enroll- aid long-term care services at
pendent will be crucial to her Care Act. don B. Johnsons Great Soci- far bigger consequences over ment or adopt some combi- home or in their community
professional future. Those services include den- ety. Much of the debate has time, affecting many more of nation of those approaches. in 2013, according to the Kai-
I cant work if I dont have tal care for adults, long-term centered on Republican pro- the roughly 74 million Ameri- Under the Senate plan, ser Family Foundation. About
these services, Isbell said. care for disabled and elderly posals to roll back the recent cans on Medicaid. The threat states would receive a fixed 13,000 people were getting
The care she gets is an people living at home, certain expansion of the program to to optional services may be annual amount for each Med- these services in Alabama in
optional benefit under fed- therapies that children with millions of low-income adults especially acute in states, like icaid beneficiary. The amount 2015, according to the state.
eral Medicaid law, which disabilities receive in school, without disabilities. Alabama, that already spend would increase every year by Medicaid pays for only 25
means each state can decide prosthetic limbs and even pre- But the House and Senate far less than the national aver- a formula that is expected hours a week of help for Isbell.
whether to offer it and how scription drugs. bills would also make pro- age on Medicaid and are to grow much more slowly It is not enough; she received
much to spend. Optional ser- The battle over replacing found changes to the nature averse to raising more rev- than average medical costs, an additional 25 hours of help
vices that she and millions of the Affordable Care Act has of Medicaid, shifting it from enue through taxes. although the growth rate through a Department of Edu-
other Medicaid beneficiaries focusedintenselyonthefuture an open-ended entitlement In a poor state like Ala- would be slightly higher for cation program during her
receive would be particularly of Medicaid, the state-federal to a program with strict fed- bama, you are starting off disabled and elderly bene- three years in law school.

Judge in Brock Turner case


finally explains his decision
Critics: Sentence too, had been a student-ath- keep his job.
for student from lete at Stanford. The San Jose Mercury-Mews
But as the criticism against posted the entire statement
Oakwood lenient. the judge intensified aided on its website:
by a stirring letter written by As a prosecutor, I fought
By Cleve R. Wootson the victim, who said Turner vigorously for victims. As a
Washington Post took away my worth Per- judge, my role is to consider
sky remained silent. both sides. California law
When Judge Aaron Persky Now, almost a year later, as requires every judge to con-
sentenced a Stanford swim- the judge is fighting an ener- sider rehabilitation and pro-
mer from Oakwood High gized effort to recall him, he bation for first-time offend-
School in Dayton who sexu- has started to speak publicly ers. Its not always popular,
ally assaulted a woman behind in his defense. but its the law, and I took
a dumpster to six months That includes a 198-word an oath to follow it without
in jail, critics came up with statement filed with the Santa regard to public opinion or
a slew of reasons for what Clara County registrars office my opinions as a former pros-
they viewed as a frustratingly last week. The statement ecutor.
lenient punishment. doesnt mention Turners In March 2016, Turner was
Persky, they said, was case by name but alludes to convicted of three sex crimes
biased against women and Perskys efforts to balance all felonies after he sexu-
didnt take sex assault seri- rehabilitation and probation ally assaulted a woman whod
ously. They accused him of for first-time offenders. passed out behind a dump-
giving Brock Turner a light If approved by the registrar, ster outside a frat party.
sentence because he was afflu- it will appear on the ballot that Two graduate students saw
ent and white. They even said voters will see as they decide the crime in progress and con-
Persky was biased because he, whether Persky deserves to fronted Turner, who tried to
run away. The graduate stu-
dents caught and pinned
Turner to the ground and
YESTERDAYS LOTTERY RESULTS called police.
The trial made national
PICK 3 DAY: 7-2-7 headlines, but its ending
PICK 3 NIGHT: 0-7-1 JACKPOTS was controversial. For the
PICK 4 DAY: 3-7-8-2 POWERBALL: felonies, Persky sentenced

cold case
PICK 4 NIGHT: 4-9-1-7 $121 MILLION Turner to six months in jail.
PICK 5 DAY: 6-9-6-8-0 MEGA MILLIONS: Because of good behavior,
PICK 5 NIGHT: 8-2-2-6-2 $172 MILLION he was released after three.
ROLLING CASH 5: 6-7-14-38-39 CLASSIC LOTTO: The short stint in jail
CLASSIC LOTTO (7/1): $15.3 MILLION angered many people,

mystery
9-10-16-36-40-49 ROLLING CASH 5: who said it was too small
THE KICKER (7/1): 8-6-9-5-2-3 $130,000 a price to pay for sexually
assaulting a woman.

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ARKANSAS CLUB SHOOTINGS BRONX HOSPITAL SHOOTING

Rapper held on Doctor: No idea why he


unrelated charges was intended target By Colleen Long treatment of dementia, said the email said. First, I was
Performers concert Associated Press Bello had a problem with told it was because I always
in Ark. 1 day before almost everybody, so Im kept to myself. Then it was
NEW YORK A doctor who not the only one. Thats why because of an altercation
was site of shooting. appears to have been the they fired him, because so with a nurse.
intended target of a former many people complained. His former co-workers
By Sean Murphy physician who started shoot- Authorities said Bello went described a man who was
and Kelly P. Kissel ing at a New York hospital, to the 16th and 17th floors aggressive, loud and threat-
Associated Press killing one person and injur- and started shooting any- ening. Bello had warned his
ing six, said he has no idea way, killing Dr. Tracy Sin- former colleagues when he
LITTLE ROCK, ARK. A rap- why he would have been Yee Tam, 32, who, like him, was forced out in 2015 that
per whose concert in Little singled out. was a family medicine doc- he would return someday
Rock was the site of a shoot- Dr. Kamran Ahmed told tor. Hospital officials said to kill them.
ing that left 28 people injured the New York Post he wasnt that Tam normally worked All the time he was a
was arrested early Sunday the only one Dr. Henry Bello in one of the hospitals satel- problem, said Dr. David
on unrelated assault charges had a problem with. lite clinics and was covering Lazala, who trained Bello.
while outside an Alabama H o w e v e r, h e n e v e r a shift in the main hospital When Bello was forced out
club where he was perform- argued with me, Ahmed as a favor to someone else. in 2015, he sent Lazala an
ing just 24 hours later, and said. I dont know why he It makes you think that email blaming him for the
authorities said several fire- put my name. anything can happen to any- dismissal.
arms were A law enforcement offi- body, said Tams neighbor, Of the six others who were
recovered cial told The Associated Alena Khaim, who saw Tams injured, one remained in crit-
during the Press that Bello arrived at sister outside the home Fri- ical condition Saturday and
arrest. Bronx-Lebanon Hospital in day night overcome with the rest were stable, hospi-
Ricky the Bronx on Friday with an grief, shaking and unable to tal officials said Saturday. A
Hampton, assault rifle hidden under his walk. She was such a sweet call Sunday to the hospital
25, of Mem- lab coat and asked for a spe- girl. You would never think for an update was not imme-
Ricky phis, Ten- cific doctor whom he blamed something like that would diately returned.
Hampton nessee, for his having to resign. The happen but it happened. Bello died from a self-in-
was arrested aka Finese physician wasnt there at Before the shooting, Bello flicted gunshot.
in Alabama 2Tymes, the time. The official spoke sent an email to the New York Detectives searched the
early Sunday. was arrest- A video monitor inside the Power Ultra Lounge still shows on condition of anonym- Daily News, blaming col- Bronx home where he most
ed on out- the promotional poster for the Finese 2Tymes concert ity because the person was leagues he said forced him recently lived and found the
standing that was taking place when gunfire injured more than two not authorized to discuss an to resign two years earlier. box the gun camein. Investi-
charges of aggravated as- dozen earlier Saturday. KELLY P. KISSEL / ASSOCIATED PRESS ongoing investigation. This hospital termi- gators were checking serial
sault with a gun from For- Ahmed, who specializes nated my road to a licen- numbers and trying to learn
rest City in eastern Arkan- in the early detection and sure to practice medicine, where it was purchased.
sas, the U.S. Marshals Service may have been gang-related. came so fast that investiga-
said. A second man also was We are definitely looking tors believe multiple people
taken into custody. at that possibility, McCla- were involved. Police Chief Evacuees from
Several firearms seized by nahan said. We know that Kenton Buckner credited the Bronx-
federal authorities during gang members were pres- quick work by first respond- Lebanon
Hamptons arrest will be sent ent inside. ers for the lack of fatalities. Hospital Center
to a crime lab in Arkansas M a t e r i a l a dve r t i s i n g City officials said they in New York
to determine whether they the concert showed a gun would move Monday to shut wait during the
match shell casings found pointed at the camera. down the club under a crim- Friday shooting
early Saturday at the Power Hampton was being held inal abatement program. incident. The
Ultra Lounge, Little Rock Sunday without bond in Ala- State regulators suspended shooter, Dr.
Police Lt. Steven McClana- bama. A message posted on the clubs liquor license Sat- Henry Bello,
han said. the rappers Facebook page urday, and a representative wounded six
McClanahan said no Saturday offered thoughts for the landlords office later people and
arrests have been made in and prayers for those injured: posted an eviction notice on killed a doctor
the shooting in which 25 peo- THE VIOLENCE IS NOT FOR a door to the club. before turning
ple suffered gunshot wounds, THE CLUB PEOPLE. WE ALL his assault rifle
and three others were hurt COME WITH 1 MOTIVE AT Murphy reported from on himself.
afterward. He said police did THE END OF THE DAY, AND Oklahoma City. AP reporters JEENAH MOON /
not recover any weapons at THATS TO HAVE FUN. Andrew DeMillo and Tafi NEW YORK TIMES
the scene of the shooting, The volley of gunfire inside Mukunyadzi also contributed
which authorities believe the Power Ultra Lounge from Little Rock, Arkansas.

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IRAQ SYRIA

Airstrikes propel Mosul Damascus struck


by suicide blast;
gains, despite civilian toll 2 others foiled
As strikes pummel
Old City, hundreds By Albert Ali State reports 8
and Sarah El Deeb
of people flee. Associated Press killed, another
12 wounded near
By Susannah George DAMASCUS,SYRIA Security
Associated Press forces chased three explo- Damascus old
MOSUL, IRAQ Iraqi forces
sive-laden vehicles through
Damascus on Sunday, inter-
city.
say their recent territorial cepting two of them at check-
gains against the Islamic points but failing to stop the
State group in Mosuls Old third before it exploded in small roundabout.
City have largely been pro- the city center, killing at least Such attacks have been rel-
pelled by airstrikes, despite eight people, state media atively rare in Damascus, the
a spike in allegations of civil- and others reported. seat of power for President
ian casualties and warnings The rare attack in the heart Bashar Assad, who made
from human rights groups of Syrias capital unfolded a series of public appear-
of the dangers of using large ahead of the morning com- ances last week in a show of
munitions in the dense, high- mute on the first work day increased confidence after
ly-populated area. after a major Muslim holiday. more than six years of bat-
As strikes pummeled the The Interior Ministry said tling a rebellion.
Old City Sunday, hundreds security forces tracked all Pro-government forces
of civilians fled. Many were three cars and intercepted have engaged in heavy fight-
badly injured and had to be A woman screams while fleeing with her family through a destroyed alley in the Old City two of them at checkpoints ing in Damascus suburbs
carried out over mounds of of Mosul as Iraqi Special Forces continue their advance against Islamic State militants on the airport road. The third during the war, but have
rubble by family members. on Sunday. FELIPE DANA / ASSOCIATED PRESS made it into the city center, largely kept the rebels out
Deeper inside the district, where the driver blew him- of the city center. In recent
narrow alleyways were lit- self up near Tahreer Square. days, Syrian troops and allied
tered with bodies. rounded another narrow Manhal Munir was shel- with wide area effects puts The Syrian Minister of forces have been fighting
Special forces Lt. Col. street the men silently tering in the basement of civilians at excessive risk, Local Administration, Hus- to drive the rebels out of
Muhanad al-Timimi said over stepped over the body of his home with his extended Lama Fakih of Human Rights sein Makhlouf, said the Ain Terma and Jobar, adja-
the past three days his forces an elderly man lying in a family when IS fighters took Watch said in a statement. response marked a major cent areas on the citys east-
have carried out about 20 pool of fresh blood. a position on his roof. They The coalition did not success in foiling a plot to ern outskirts that have been
airstrikes a day on IS-held A warning cracked over were targeted by an airstrike immediately respond to a cause mass casualties. under rebel control since
territory within there are of the radio that an airstrike Sunday morning. The house request from The Associ- There were conflicting 2011.
operation a portion of the was called in on a position collapsed. ated Press as to what muni- casualty reports. The rebels said govern-
Old City measuring about just 50 meters away and the I just pulled my young- tions are being used. Syrian state TV reported ment forces attacked them
one square kilometer (0.6 men ducked into a cleared est daughter out with me, The Coalition always eight killed and another 12 with chlorine gas overnight,
square miles) in size. home. When they emerged Munir said at a nearby medic seeks to use weapons that people wounded in the blast and the Observatory said 12
Its because we have a two more bodies, in civilian station, the toddler on his are proportional to the target near Damascus old city. The fighters were treated for suf-
lot of enemy forces here, clothes and without weap- lap. My mother was stuck to minimize collateral dam- Britain-based Syrian Obser- focation. The Syrian military
he said, conceding the num- ons, lay in the next street. between two large blocks of age, the U.S.-led coalition vatory for Human Rights, denied the claims, and there
ber of munitions used was Throughout the fight cement. We tried to free her, said in a written statement. which tracks the fighting was no way to independently
relatively high. against IS, the U.S.-led coa- he said, still covered in dust Nearly all munitions with on-the-ground mon- verify them.
Half buried in a mound of lition has largely relied on air- and his eyes red with grief. released have been preci- itors, reported at least 12 The attacks come days
rubble beside a strike cra- strikes to enable Iraqi ground After two hours she died. sion guided to ensure we killed. Meanwhile the Hez- before Russian-sponsored
ter, limbs protruded, dark- forces to advance. But in pre- In the weeks leading up to achieve the desired effects, bollah-linked Lebanons talks are to resume in the
ened by dust and rotting in vious battles, civilians were the operation to retake the the statement continued. al-Manar TV, which is close to Kazakh capital, Astana,
the summer heat. The pile evacuated from front lines. In Old City the UN and human The avoidance of civilian the Syrian government, and where the two sides agreed
of rocks was once a brightly Mosul, the Iraqi government rights groups warned the casualties is our highest pri- Diary of a Mortar, a Syrian to a cease-fire earlier this
painted house with a court- told the citys estimated one Iraqi government against ority. activist group in the capital, year that has been repeat-
yard garden. million people to stay put to the use of explosive weap- In a report Friday, Airwars said 19 people were killed. edly violated. The new round
Those were two Daesh avoid massive displacement. ons with wide effects in the said they presently estimate State TV showed footage of talks is expected to delin-
fighters, said Sgt. Ali Mehdi, Iraqi forces have repeat- Old City area, where houses that between 900 and 1,200 of two scorched vehicles on eate de-escalation zones.
a member of al-Timimis edly requested airstrikes in are tightly packed and the civilians were likely killed by the airport road, as well as Russian officials said the talks
security detail, using an Ara- Mosul, often to kill teams of civilian population is dense. Coalition air and artillery footage from Tahreer Square are also to discuss the for-
bic acronym for IS. just two or three IS fighters In the crowded Old City, strikes over the course of showing a damaged build- mation of a Syrian national
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Florida changes in federal law are
needed to stop patient brok-
continued from A1 ering, including better defin-
ing what a sober home is.
old daughter, Kaitlyn Cruea, Federal law designates sober
who went to Florida from living homes as housing for
Ohio in hopes of kicking her the disabled, which prevents
addiction to heroin. She local authorities from regu-
would always tell me she lating them, he said.
loved me. Her Facebook mes- You could open up a
sages were almost daily. sober home today, said
Cruea died in February Aronberg. You just turn
2016 while in Chatmans care your house into a sober
at his Reflections sober home.
living home, one of several Authorities say all of Chat-
he operated. Prosecutors mans sober homes are
said Chatman was the archi- closed and they have shut
tect of a multi-million-dollar down other operations and
scheme to recruit desperate made close to 30 arrests.
addicts into his treatment Photos of Kaitlyn Cruea, who died of an overdose last Kenneth Chatman was convicted in federal court in But Curran said Ohio is still
centers and bill their insur- year after going to Florida for treatment at a sober living Palm Beach County for medical insurance fraud, money one of the states where oper-
ance companies for treat- home whose operator is now in prison after pleading laundering and sex trafficking in connection with a multi- ators from Florida actively
ment they never received. guilty to fraud and other charges. million dollar patient-brokering scheme. recruit addicts with insur-
It is called patient brokering. ance.
My job was to bring Lake Worth (Florida) City
patients to their facility, was supposed to make treat- mother, should ever have to I still wasnt aware of Kenny he never provided the treat- Commissioner Andy Ama-
said Elizabeth Moody, a Mas- ment more available and hear, said Hinkle. It was Chatman or any of his busi- ment he should have been roso sent a chilling message
sachusetts woman who said cheaper, but authorities say bad, real bad. ness, but I just thought she giving her all along, Cur- to families of addicts here.
she was offered money to a lack of regulation and con- The opioid crisis has many should have been farther ran said. So therefore, she The clear message would
recruit addicts with insur- trols have made patient bro- parents sending their chil- along than what she was, was not given the resources be to stop sending your
ance. I was told $500 a per- kering increasingly common. dren away from home for said Hinkle. When it was to recover. Mikaya wasnt loved ones to South Flor-
son. The most basic way that I treatment. The first time time to go to the airport, worth anything to him sober. ida because were sending
Moody said she soon found can explain it is; people are Cruea overdosed, Hinkle said she begged me not to make He saw dollar signs because them back in body bags,
the patients were not really pretty much selling people she researched treatment her get on the plane. One of she had good insurance. The he said.
getting treatment. suffering from the disease centers in Florida because the last things she said to me longer he could keep her Hinkle remains haunted
It was just not humane, of addiction, Det. Nicole they had a good reputation before she got out of the car high and the more times she by her decision to send her
Moody said. They were sold Lucas of the Delray Beach and she wanted to get her was, please dont make me relapsed, the more money drug-addicted daughter to
a dream that became a night- Police Department said. daughter away from bad go. Im afraid Im never going he made. Florida. I should have been
mare. She compared patient bro- influences at home. to see you again. Curran said Feuchts insur- there to protect her and save
kering to human trafficking. I confronted her and told Cruea was dead from an ance was billed $608,000 her and I wasnt, she said.
Patient brokering So the facilities hold their her that I wasnt going to overdose of fentanyl and for the treatment, with a What did I miss? Thats
Prosecutors say Chat- meds, they hold their cell bury one of my kids, Hin- cocaine two months later. single bill for $10,000 from always going to haunt me.
man admitted forcing some phones. They hold their car kle said. She was hesitant A review of medical exam- one lab. Curran was so con- Both Hinkle and Curran
female patients into pros- keys if they actually drove in at first, but she did it. iners records shows 833 peo- cerned about that bill she are raising the sons their
titution at the sober living and they have nowhere to go. Cruea went to a rehab ple overdosed and died in asked her daughter why they daughters left behind. And
homes he controlled and Theyre trapped, and thats center called Palm Part- Palm Beach County in the were doing so many lab tests. although Chatman received
at local motels. He adver- where it becomes human ners and made progress. last two years, many from Prosecutors say some a lengthy prison sentence,
tised the women on Craig- trafficking, Lucas said. eventually graduating from outside the state. At least 20 testing laboratories kick Curran isnt convinced the
slist and Backpage.com and the program. The trouble were from Ohio, the records back a portion of the insur- punishment fit the crime.
used drugs and threats of I heard things began in after-care, when show. ance money they receive to Even though Kenny Chat-
eviction to control them, Hinkle now believes that Cruea ended up in one of Mikaya Feucht of Colum- the home that gave them man is in prison, he will still
according to prosecutors. is why her daughter over- Kenneth Chatmans sober bus was one of them. Her the referral, and Chatman get to see his children, she
South Florida is known for dosed and died in a motel living homes, Hinkle said. mother, Michelle Curran, himself paid kickbacks and said. My daughter wont see
its state-of-the-art treatment room. She said all of Crueas When she flew home for said her daughter was also bribes to other sober home her children ever again.
centers, but it is also home clothing and personal items Christmas in December 2015, in treatment at Chatmans operators for their referrals
to an increasing number of were gone and police found Hinkle said her daughter Reflections sober home last to his center. Contributing to this story
less reputable sober homes her laptop in a dumpster appeared to be struggling July when she overdosed and were Jason Solowski of WFXT-
or halfway houses, where behind the motel. again. died in a motel. Changes sought TV in Boston and Lawrence
treatment occurs in out-pa- I heard things down there I had tried to convince He is indirectly respon- Palm Beach County State Mower of the Palm Beach
tient facilities. This change that nobody, especially a her to go somewhere else. sible for her death because Attorney Dave Aronberg said Post.

Opioids counties that reported high


overdose death rates in 2015,
What the data says
Ohio was fourth in the
heroin as the leading cause
of overdose deaths here in
10 or No. 100 is so much less
significant than the fact that
icology test results.
In Ohio, the crisis shows
continued from A1 and then updated those num- nation for drug overdose 2016. we have citizens dying daily, no signs of abating.
bers for 2016. Its possible deaths per capita in 2015, One of the most potent she said. We are redoubling Department of Health data
officials must wait on toxi- other counties had higher the last year for which com- analogues is carfentanil, used and tripling our efforts to shows 3,050 Ohioans died of
cology tests that are increas- overdose rates in 2016, but plete data is available, put- to tranquilize large animals. keep the numbers from going accidental drug overdoses
ingly backlogged due to the national data likely wont ting the state behind West Carfentanil was cited in just even higher than that. in 2015. Estimates for 2016
current drug epidemic. be released until the end Virginia, New Hampshire two Montgomery County put the number of deaths
A Dayton Daily News anal- of the year. and Kentucky. deaths in 2016, but Mont- Who is #1? above 4,000 and interven-
ysis of available data shows On an anecdotal basis, Montgomery County that gomery County Coroner Kent Just over the Ohio River tion specialists at a heroin
Montgomery County is cer- many areas are seeing soar- year ranked seventh or Harshbarger said in March it from the southern tip of Ohio conference in March said
tainly among the hardest ing increases in overdoses eighth in Ohio for overdose had already been detected is Cabell County, W. Va. 2017 could see 5,000 deaths
hit by the opioid crisis, but in the first half of 2017 and deaths per capita, depend- in a number of deaths in home to the city of Hunting- in the state.
there is no conclusive data Montgomery Countys num- ing on the source. The CDC early 2017. ton, the Marshall University Counties large and small
from either 2016 or 2017 to bers are indeed staggering. and the Ohio Department of It was later confirmed that Thundering Herd and about are struggling to deal with the
know which county nation- T h e c o ro n e r s o f f i c e Health reported slightly dif- a combination of carfent- 96,000 people. According to escalating death toll. Fayette
ally is the per capita leader. reports an unofficial count ferent numbers at the county anil and cocaine caused the 2016 death certificates which County Sheriff Vernon Stan-
This much is certain: The of 385 deaths as of June 22, level. March deaths of Spirit Air- are still being processed, 132 forth told 10TV in February
county was not number one eclipsing 2016s record of According to the CDCs lines pilot, Brian Hayle, 36, people died of drug over- that the countys EMS offi-
in 2016, and may not even 349 before the first half of numbers, eight Ohio coun- and his wife, Courtney, 34, doses there last year, 119 of cers and Washington Court
have cracked the top 10. The the year is up. ties ranked in the top 25 in at their home in Centerville. them due to opioids. House police responded to
newspapers analysis found At the current rate, the the nation for per capita over- While accidental over- That puts the overdose 30 reported overdose calls
at least five counties and county could end 2017 with dose deaths in 2015. They dose deaths in Montgom- death rate in Cabell County over a 10-day period, result-
one large metro area with more than 800 overdose were Brown, Clark, Butler, ery County increased 46 at 137 per 100,000 people, ing in six deaths.
higher overdose rates than deaths, as fentanyl and even Ross, Clinton, Clermont, percent in 2016 from 239 the highest of any county The numbers are almost
Montgomery County in 2016, more deadly analogues flood Montgomery and Trumbull. to 349 fentanyl-related examined by the Dayton impossible to imagine in a
and some states still have not the market. Worst in the nation that deaths jumped 135 percent, Daily News. Although com- county of less than 30,000
calculated their final death If the current overdose year were two counties at according to data from the plete data isnt available, it people.
totals. pace continues in the sec- the southern tip of West Vir- county health department also appears West Virginia Plummer said Montgom-
ond half of 2017, the countys ginia, which each reported and coroners office. had the highest overdose ery Countys status as a hub
Hard-hit Appalachia per capita death rate would more than 100 deaths per The 240 fentanyl-related death rate among states in of opioid activity has made
The list shows how hard rise to 152.9 per 100,000, 100,000 people. deaths in 2016 accounted for 2016, with 48 deaths per the area a leader in the fight
the opioid crisis is hitting the which could turn out to be The increasing presence 69 percent of the acciden- 100,000 of population. to stop the epidemic.
Appalachian states, because the worst in the nation. But of fentanyl in Montgomery tal overdoses in the county, So far in 2017, Cabell States where fentanyls
West Virginia has three coun- other hard-hit counties may County has soared overdose according to the coroners County has recorded 58 devastation is just beginning
ties on the list and Kentucky also see the same spike, so rates and put the county at office. overdose deaths, 80 per- are calling Ohio, and Mont-
two. The city of Baltimore, its impossible to know. or near the top of a list of Where the county ranks cent of them involving fen- gomery County specifically,
which is separate from Bal- The numbers are going up counties with the highest nationally is unimportant tanyl alone or in combi- for advice, he said. Weve
timore County, also topped obviously, and thats unac- overdose rates in the nation. to Helen Jones-Kelley, exec- nation with other drugs, accepted the problem here,
Montgomery County in per ceptable regardless of if we First detected in the Miami utive director of Montgom- according to data provided Plummer said. Now were
capita overdose deaths. are one, two or three, said Valley in 2013, fentanyl and ery County Alcohol, Drug by the West Virginia Depart- going to help solve it.
No. 1 on the 2016 list was Dan Suffoletto, public infor- its analogues can be hun- Addiction & Mental Health ment of Health and Human
Cabell County, W.Va., with mation supervisor for Pub- dreds of times stronger than Services. Resources. That number Contact this reporter at 937-
137 deaths per 100,000 pop- lic Health Dayton and Mont- heroin. The drug surpassed Whether we are No. 1, No. could rise depending on tox- 328-0353.
ulation, more than double gomery County.

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Colleges focus on training and manu-
facturing, Clark State pres-
sity of Dayton and Witten-
berg University, criticized the
Universities will not be
able to raise tuition unless
Sick leave ring to the failed Senate Bill 5
effort to limit collective bar-
continued from A1
continued from A1 ident Jo Alice Blondin said policy change. AICUO pres- they start a tuition guarantee gaining by public employees.
in a statement. This indus- ident C. Todd Jones said the program, such as the ones Merrin said limiting annual
advancement. To grow this try is the key to our regions policy is too broad and may Miami University and Ohio we b u i l t u p, we k n ow sick leave could also reduce
economy we need to have growth. end up causing programs University already have in the communities, the the amount of sick leave pub-
more highly skilled techni- Community colleges are set to overlap with offerings at place. The program guaran- know the employees, the lic employees cash out every
cal people and thats really to be able to offer applied universities, something Sin- tees that a student will pay administration knows its year and at the end of their
where(community colleges) bachelors degrees, accord- clair officials insisted is not the same amount each year workers. Its something best careers.
bring value. ing to the most recent version the case. for their education. left for people to agree on An I-Team investigation
The idea for Ohio commu- of the state budget bill. They I think theyre setting up Schools that start offering in their own communities, this year found the ability
nity colleges to offer bache- will be able to follow one the state for failure in the a guarantee will be able to said Joe Weidner, spokesman to cash out unused sick and
lors degrees was introduced of two pathways to begin long run, Jones said. We increase tuition one time by for Ohio AFSCME Council 8, vacation leave is a rare perk
in 2015 but didnt gain enough offering bachelors degrees. think it encourages commu- 8 percent on their first class which represents 40,000 in the private sector, though
traction to pass until this sum- The chancellor of the Ohio nity colleges to change who under the program, accord- mostly-public-sector union local governments are on the
mer. The governors signature Department of Higher Educa- they are. ing to the bill. workers in Ohio. hook for tens of millions of
makes Ohio the 24th state tion will be able to approve The state budget made sev- The budget also aims to To come in and say one dollars worth of these pay-
to offer four-year degrees at a four-year degree at a com- eral changes to the states address a few other higher size fits all, thats not an ments.
community colleges. munity college if the school is higher education system, education issues, includ- appropriate solution to a The reason theres a cash-
Sinclair has three bach- able to demonstrate a work- while keeping funding levels ing college credit and sub- problem that doesnt exist. out is they are being provided
elors degrees theyll seek force need or a growing long- relatively the same, said state stance-abuse prevention. Christopher Mabe, pres- an excessive number of sick
to offer as soon as possible, term need, so long as that Rep. Niraj Antani, R-Miami Students with college ident of the Ohio Civil Ser- days, Merrin said.
though officials acknowl- degree is not already offered Twp., vice chairman of the credit earned more than five vice Employees Association, Merrin said he used to be
edged they may not be able at a similar school. The chan- higher education and work- years ago will be allowed which represents state and mayor of the city of Water-
to offer them until a state cellor can also approve a pro- forcedevelopmentcommittee. to take a competency test local employees across Ohio, ville, near Toledo, and said
approval process is deter- gram if it clearly demon- Along with offering four- and if they pass they will be said sick leave is part of the excessive sick leave was an
mined in a year or two. strates a unique approach, year degrees, community excused from completing a overallcompensationpackage expensive mandate.
Sinclair will start with four- according to the bill. colleges came close to being course. The state could also negotiated between govern- David Hicks, city manager
year degrees in unmanned But, not everyone was able to immediately increase require future teachers to ments and their employees, of Moraine slightly larger
aerial systems, aviation and pleased with the decision their tuition by $10 per credit take courses in opioid abuse and sometimes employees than Waterville said he
industrial automation. Clark to allow historically two-year hour but Kasich vetoed the prevention. will give up pay in exchange would rather state lawmak-
State announced that it will schools to start offering four- proposal. This is a great budget, for more sick days. ers left employee compensa-
offer the areas first four-year year degrees. Instead, communit y Antani said. I think this is a He sees the bill as a shot tion up to local governments.
degree in manufacturing The Association of Inde- colleges wont be able to historic bill for higher edu- across the bow to collective If he wants to be in local
technology management. pendent Colleges and Uni- increase it until the 2018-19 cation in Ohio. bargaining. government, why doesnt he
Since receiving a Depart- versities of Ohio, whose school year, according to the I thought we already go back and run for mayor of
ment of Labor grant in 2014, members include private veto. Both Sinclair and Clark Contact this reporter at hashed this out at ballot a the community he was at,
Clark State has kept a laser colleges such as the Univer- State approved increases. Max.Filby@coxinc.com. few years back, he said, refer- he said.

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NATION & WORLD Drug Companies Fear


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White House waves Twitter that the dishon- about any message the pres-
est media will NEVER keep ident might have intended Big Pharma stands
off doctored footage
aimed at CNN.
us from accomplishing our to send. to lose billions as
objectives on behalf of our The video appeared to
GREATAMERICANPEOPLE! be a doctored version of an
doctors recommend
By Catherine Lucey Bruce Brown, the execu- appearance Trump made on drug-free health
Associated Press tive director of the Report-
ers Committee for Freedom
a World Wrestling Entertain-
ment Inc. show called Battle
cocktail that
BRIDGEWATER, N.J. In his of the Press, condemned the of the Billionaires in 2007, adjusts and corrects
latest jab at the media, Presi- video as a threat of physi- in which Trump appears your bodys health
dent Donald Trump on Sun- cal violence against journal- to attack WWE CEO Vince
daytweetedamockvideothat ists. He said Trumps tweet McMahon. conditions.
shows him pummeling a man was beneath the office of McMahons wife, Linda,
in a business suit his face the presidency. now heads the Small Business
obscured by the CNN logo A White Houseaideinsisted Administration for Trump by David Waxman
outside a wrestling ring. the tweet should not send a and was a generous benefac- Seattle Washington:
It was not immediately chill across the media land- tor to his campaign.
Drug company execs
clear who produced the scape. The video was posted sev-
are nervous. Thats
brief video, which appears I think that no one would eral days ago by a Reddit user
perceive that as a threat, with the title, Trump takes because the greatest
to be a doctored version of
Trumps 2007 appearance on homeland security adviser down fake news. It was not health advance in
World Wrestling Entertain- Tom Bossert said. I hope clear whether that was where decades has hit the
ment Inc. The 28-second clip they dont. But I do think it originated or where Trump streets. And analysts
was posted on Trumps offi- that hes beaten up in a way found it. expect it to put a huge
cial Twitter account, with the on cable platforms that he Still, the user wrote Sun- crimp in Big Pharma
profits. correctly processed for Certain antacids may
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BUSINESS
INVESTING
Gail MarksJarvis

To maximize returns,
Personal Finance

Avoid four deadly sins


paying off student loans build a ladder of CDs
If youve just finished college than double: $13,630. Thats By Mitch Strohm
and are spooked by your student $13,630 you wont have for a car, Bankrate.com
loans, you probably dont have home down payment or for fun.
to be. The third sin: Not paying Savvy investors keep a portion
First, realize that theres extra when you can. of their portfolio in safer invest-
no rush to pay off your loans. College graduates typically ments not subject to the ups and
Whats more important is pay- make $600,000 more over a life- downs of the stock market.
ing them off wisely and time of work than people who Many people opt for the rock-
avoiding one of these four didnt go to college. So once you solid security of certificates of
deadly college debt sins. land a college degree-related deposit, or CDs, but you dont
The first sin: Hanging on job, your pay should pick up as necessarily want to go to the bank
to private loans. you get established in a career. and just ask to buy a handful of
If you have Stafford or Perkins Then you should consider pay- CDs. Having a laddering strategy
loans, those are federal govern- ing more than the minimum can lead to bigger returns.
ment student loans the most monthly payment on your stu- How laddering works: CD
lenient student loans you can dent loan each month. That will rates rise and fall but do so in a
get. Private loans typically cost get rid of your loans faster and fairly slow manner. If the econ-
more and are tougher on bor- cut down on the interest you will omy is in a slump and interest
rowers. If you are going to try pay over the life of your loan. rates are in a prolonged low-rate
to get rid of student loans fast, Typically there are no penal- cycle, you dont want to get stuck
retire the private loans first. ties for paying off student loans buying a bunch of long-term CDs
With federal loans, you will be fast, so anything extra you can with low interest rates.
paying interest, but you proba- muster beyond regular monthly Laddering CDs which means
bly will be OK paying them off payments helps. Paying a little buying CDs with staggered matu-
over the next 10 years. With fed- extra is especially important if rity dates can help you beat
eral loans, if you run into trouble you have private loans with high lengthy low-rate cycles because
making payments because you interest rates. it allows you to take advantage
lose your job or your job doesnt The fourth sin: Paying off of interest rates spread over
pay enough, the federal gov- student debt too quickly. months or years while keeping words, the 2-year CD now matures an emergency halfway into the
ernment will cut you a break While paying extra each some liquidity. in one year; the 3-year is two term and are in a cash crunch
reducing your payments tempo- month on student loans can be Laddering takes advantage of years from maturity, etc. because your money is tied up.
rarily. Private loans usually dont a good strategy, dont take this the fact that the highest interest The money from the 1-year CD Make sure theres enough cash
give you this type of break. too far. Some people become rates almost always are paid to that has just matured is rolled in your emergency fund to carry
The second sin: Asking for obsessed with paying off stu- the longest-term CDs. In other over into a new 5-year CD, since you through until the shortest
a long repayment plan. dent loans too quickly, devote words, a 5-year CD is almost you no longer have a CD maturing rung on your ladder matures.
Some recent college gradu- more than they should to debt always going to have a higher in five years. Every year youre In other words, if the first rung
ates will be tempted to ask for a payments, and as a result fail to rate than a 1-year CD. replacing the CD on the rung is a 1-year CD, you need enough
repayment plan that lets them develop emergency funds that Having a CD ladder can also thats farthest out. cash on hand for one year of liv-
pay off their loans over 20 years can cover unexpected expenses be helpful when interest rates By always replacing the lon- ing expenses.
instead of 10, so their monthly like a car repair or a dentist are on the rise. Laddering can gest maturity, which is the top If you dont have an emergency
payments are more livable. bill. With no emergency fund provide you with enough cash rung on the ladder, youre always fund, consider starting one with
Heres why you should avoid in place, these individuals may for new CDs with higher yields. reaping the benefit of earning the a high-yield savings or money
long repayment plans if you can. start racking up credit card Building your ladder: A CD highest interest rates. If interest market account.
If you have $30,000 in loans charges that are destructive to ladder can be as long or as short rates happen to be in a slump Consider short-term CD lad-
and your interest rate on all of their ability to get ahead. as you like, but for this exam- for one year, youre only rein- der: While a 5-year ladder allows
them combined is 4 percent, So besides paying federal stu- ple lets use a 5-year ladder with vesting a portion of your invest- you to take advantage of the best
your monthly payments will be dent loans on a typical 10-year five rungs. If you have $20,000 ment when yields are low. interest rates offered, your lad-
$304. As you pay off your loans repayment plan and getting to invest, youd invest $4,000 in And you dont have to try to der could be shorter if it makes
over 10 years, you will pay a total rid of private loans and credit each rung. guess when rates are at their high- you more comfortable. The rungs
of $36,448. Thats your original card debt if possible, borrow- You could put $4,000 in a 1-year est because youre constantly should be whatever maturities
$30,000, plus $6,448 in interest. ers should be setting aside some CD, $4,000 in a 2-year CD and reinvesting. suit your cash-flow needs.
But say $304 a month is terri- money from every paycheck in continue on up to putting $4,000 Liquid funds on the side: The In an extremely low-rate envi-
fying, and you ask to repay your an emergency fund. in a 5-year CD. most important thing to keep in ronment, its best to keep a lad-
loans over 20 years instead of 10. After a year, the 1-year CD occu- mind when laddering CDs is to der short. What this means is you
Then your payments will be just Gail MarksJarvis is a personal pying the first rung matures and make sure the maturities match could have a 1-year ladder with
$182 a month, but the interest finance columnist for the Chicago each of the other CDs has one your cash needs. Its no good rungs every three, six, nine and
you will pay over time is more Tribune. less year until maturity. In other having a 1-year CD if you have 12 months, for example.

VIDEO GAME INDUSTRY

Nintendo gets its swagger back; Microsoft eyes similar rebound


Instead of change, they sole ever made, aimed at hard- nated over the last decade, peo-
doubled down on what core gamers who want every bit ple still identified as either a PC or
of graphical realism they can get. console gamer, and were unlikely
makes them stand out. Microsoft and Nintendo had to drop one device entirely.
taken a similar path: Facing spec- Spencer gave the greenlight to
By Matt Day ulation that they would have to develop the Xbox One X shortly
Seattle Times reboot or rethink their video-game after taking over the Microsoft
businesses to respond to rival gaming business in 2014. At the
Nintendo was hemmed in on Sonys dominance, they instead E3 show, he unveiled the console
both sides and in deep trouble. doubled down on what makes in front of a few thousand people
ThecompanysWiiUvideo-game their devices stand out. in a basketball arena.
console, an effort to add a small, The reception was mixed.
semiportable screen to the hit Living-room battlefield Observers praised the promised
motion-sensing Wii, was a flop. The competition to sell liv- capabilities of the device.
And Nintendos handheld con- ing-room video-game consoles is But others thought that the
soles, descendants of the legend- among the oldest battlefields in demand for a $500 Xbox $100
ary Game Boy, were suffering as video gaming, dating to the emer- more expensive than Sonys Play-
people opted to play games on gence in the 1980s of Atari and Shigeru Miyamoto of Nintendo (left), and Ubisoft Co-founder Station 4 Pro might not amount
smartphones instead. Nintendo devices that plugged and CEO Yves Guillemot talk about Mario+Rabbids: Kingdom to much.
This was in 2014, the year the into television sets. Battle ahead of the E3 conference last month in Los Angeles. Spencer said the Xbox One X
Japanese gaming giant recorded The current generation began in The Electronic Entertainment Expo is a premier event for gaming. builds on work the company has
its third consecutive annual loss, 2012, with Nintendos Wii U. Sonys CHRISTIAN PETERSEN / GETTY IMAGES already done, and that theres
a setback that followed decades of PlayStation 4 and Microsofts Xbox plenty of room in the market for
profitability. Critics called for the One followed a year later. a focus on hard-core gamers. He
company to reboot its hardware, Sony, with a hardware package Microsoft out. Nintendos internal game stu- points to the Xbox Elite control-
or perhaps reduce the emphasis that was easy to use for both game The Xbox console was born dios, in need of a hit to go with ler, which at $150 cost about $90
on its own devices by bringing developers and consumers, and in 2001, a brand Microsoft tried the new device, built one in The more than Microsofts standard
beloved characters like Super a laser focus on drawing the best to associate with raw computing Legend of Zelda: Breath of the console controller.
Mario or Zelda to smartphones. games, quickly took a wide lead. power and graphical fidelity. Wild, one of the best-reviewed I had similar questions from
You gotta either go back and do In Tokyo and the Seattle area, Since then, Xbox which is games of all time. people, I dont understand what
something thats more (traditional) Nintendo and Microsoft plotted far more popular in the U.S. than this is for, he said. And if you
consolelike, or go forward and do their response. Microsofts cam- abroad has also been closely Frustration at Microsoft remember, we couldnt make
something thats all motion, like pus in the Seattle-area city of Red- tied to hard-core gamers. Micro- Microsofts situation wasnt so enough to satisfy demand.
the Wii, said Phil Spencer, the mond is adjacent to Nintendo of softs most popular franchises, dire, but the companys Xbox Spencer, who has been with Mic-
head of Microsofts Xbox gaming America, the Japanese companys Halo and Gears of War, are One, after marketing missteps rosofts gaming unit since 2002,
business, describing the prevail- subsidiary for the Western Hemi- both shooters, the top U.S. con- that placed the focus on broader is also a big Nintendo fan.
ing industry opinion at the time. sphere. Nintendo, which set up sole-game genre. entertainment instead of games, The roster of Nintendo con-
And they didnt. shop in Redmond a year before Nintendo strikes a more light- was selling at just half the rate of soles he has owned goes back
Instead, Nintendo doubled down Microsoft came to town in 1986, hearted tone, one explicitly aimed Sonys PlayStation 4. decades to the SNES Nintendo 64.
on its effort to build a console that sold Microsoft some of the land at appealing to a broad range of Microsoft faced calls from out- (He even has some nice things to
combines mobile and living-room that became its campus during one people from 5 to 95, as Nin- side observers to try to blow up say about the Game Cube, the rel-
gaming, developing the Nintendo of the companys growth spurts. tendo of America chief Reggie the console market entirely and atively unloved turn-of-the-millen-
Switch. Far more ground separates the Fils-Aime says. go with something different. nium console).
So far, it has been a wild success. two corporate cultures. Its more recent efforts hav- Spencer, the Xbox chief, had What impresses him about the
Nintendo has struggled to make Microsoft, which helped put a ent fared so well. With the Wii voiced frustration with the con- company, he said in an interview,
enough devices to satisfy demand computer on every desk with Win- U flagging, Nintendo accounted sole model and its tendency to is how it has stuck to its guns over
since its launch in March, and at dows and today runs a sprawling for about 5 percent of global con- make old games outdated. That, the years, and learned as it went
the E3 trade show last month, Nin- business-software empire, got into sole and console-game sales last along with a renewed Microsoft along.
tendo had a bit of its swagger back. gaming at first through experiments year, researcher IDC estimates. embrace of PC gaming, had many Its not like everything theyve
Spencers Microsoft is trying in entertainment CD-ROMs. Dab- But instead of dropping the con- analysts speculating as they went done has been as successful as the
to pull off a similar rebound. His bling in encyclopedias turned into cepts the device explored, Nin- into the E3 show that the com- Wii, he said.
team is going back to the roots of computer games that pushed the tendo dug deeper. pany would opt for a device that Spencer draws a line from the
the Xbox business: pushing the boundaries of PC hardware and In Oc tober, the company blurred the line between Xbox ultimately unsuccessful ideas in
boundaries of the power you can highlighted the power of Windows. announced a new console that and PC gaming, perhaps with a the Wii U to those that caught on
pack into a gaming machine. The companys dive into con- kept the Wii Us portable small- new operating system or closer with the Switch.
The companys Xbox One X, soles began when some leaders screen concept, but rebuilt the ties to Windows. Persistence is just so critical,
unveiled at E3, is as Microsofts in the Windows unit worried that device as a sleek, tablelike tool But the companys research he said. To learn, move forward,
marketing mantra repeated con- Sonys popular PlayStation would that could be plugged into a tele- showed that while the growth in innovate again. Thats so import-
stantly the most powerful con- conquer the living room and shut vision dock for traditional play. console gamers globally had stag- ant.
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IDEAS&VOICES WE PROMISE
To provide an open forum of community voices.
To offer a balance of views.
To seek solutions to important regional problems.

OUR COMMUNITY CONTRIBUTORS TODAYS


MODERATOR

Why is the U.S. great? Let me count the ways


By David Shumway and tweet about things nation on Earth, so we everything that even looks a natural disaster strikes,
better left to adults. Our have become extremely like wrongdoing. who steps in? Not only do
I wanted to celebrate infrastructure is deteri- diverse, with its attendant And we have an inge- we help, but we are uni-
this Fourth of July think- orating, our educational frictions as we learn to get nious and unique system versally expected to help,
ing about what makes our system is falling behind, along. of checks and balances and are sometimes even
country great. (For Dem- our medical and prescrip- Education is another which results in account- chastised for not respond- Ron Rollins
ocrats: It was never not tion costs are prohibitively area where our strength ability. No secret tribunals ing sufficiently or quickly Ideas & Voices Editor
great. For Republicans: It expensive, and deadly opi- can give rise to problems. or trials here. No demi- enough. Where is Argen-
could be greater. See? Not oids are destroying fami- Our universities attract gods, no oligarchy, no dic- tina when theres a tsu-
political.)
Its true
we have
lies and killing more of us
than the Vietnam War and
AIDS combined.
the best from around the
world, yet our children
are having difficulty com-
tator. No state-run propa-
gandized media or sham
procedures. No religious
nami, or Canada, or Nor-
way? Conversely, when
we have a 9/11 or a devas-
No easy
a greater
percent-
Ironically, seems as
though many of our prob-
peting. Thats because
unlike many countries,
fanatics dictating our
everyday lives. No ego-
tating hurricane, where is
everyone? With our mas- answers
on ODs
age of our lems arise from what we support universal and tistical leaders plastering sive debt its surely not
population makes us great. We have equal education, even up their images and being because were rich. Its
in prison great freedom to speak among those with special worshipped in schools. because we really do care
Shumway than any and write and travel, and needs, rather than cod- Our constitutional form what happens to others.
other are minimally restricted dle a select privileged few. of government has been So why are we great? My Weve gotten quite a few
nation. on activities and owner- A strength, yes, but with copied and is emulated all quick list: Freedom, trans- comments about the sug-
Its also true that we have ship, with due process and inherent problems. over the world. parency, accountability, gestion by a Middltown
a growing income gap rules on searches and pri- Our government and And, whether we like education, compassion, City Council member that
between the rich and the vacy and such freedom institutions are extremely the role or not, we are still diversity. Make your own it was getting too costly to
working poor. naturally results in indi- (and almost embarrass- the exceptional and com- list, and enjoy the Fourth. save OD victims with Nar-
And we have major viduals flexing their mus- ingly) transparent. We passionate world leader. can. This from reader Gor-
national issues that are cles and pushing the lim- have vibrant competitive When something bad hap- David Shumway is one of don Taylor: Drug ODs
being ignored while our its. We are also undoubt- media covering news of pens in the world, who is our regular community cannot be ignored. Feel-
leaders childishly argue edly the most desired any sort and anything and on the front lines? When contributors. ings to ignore result from
the all-too-common public
attitude of categorizing all
ODs as the sole fault of the
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Letters: Letters should be From National Affairs: We call ourselves a Chris-
limited to 200 words or In 1980, following a tian nation. Such an atti-
fewer and are subject to decade of high inflation tude belies that claim.
editing. Please include your and unemployment a All addicts did not get
full name, address and a combination that economists there by the same route.
daytime telephone number. had previously thought to be Many were treated by their
Send them to edletter@ impossible over extended physician in an improper
coxohio.com or Letters to periods The Public Interest manner with opioid pain-
the Editor, 1611 S. Main St., ran a special issue titledThe killers. ... You cant very
Dayton, OH 45409. Crisis in Economic Theory. well apply a test for the vic-
Today, there is little talk of tims level of culpability on
Speak Up: Send email to a crisis in economic theory. the spot of the emergency.
speakup@coxohio.com. But in the past decade, we Many physicians were
have experienced a financial unduly influenced to pre-
Facebook: Like us on crisis and subsequent decline scribe opioids irresponsi-
Facebook to share your ideas. in employment that also bly by drug manufacturers
followed a path economists who profited grossly.
had previously thought to be The victim has family
impossible. Economists seem members who love him/
more confident than they did her, he writes.
in 1980, but are they more Your thoughts? Email
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BALANCED VIEWS
FROM THE LEFT FROM THE RIGHT

Health bill is reflection Health bills show that GOP


of Republican Party cruelty is big-government party too
These cuts would be big posed to do: It used high- on the Freedom Caucus, Great Britain or close
in dollar terms, but be- er taxes on the rich to pay and its true that conser- to it. The prime minis-
cause the rich are already for a vast expansion of vatives comprised 15 no ters question time in Par-
so rich, the savings would health coverage. votes on the original Amer- liament is taken up with
make very little difference So one way to under- ican Health Care Act. But a remarkable number of
to their lives. stand this ugly health 18 no votes came from questions like: Mrs. Cyn-
More than 40 percent of plan is that Republicans, moderates and others who thia Reynolds of Quaddle-
Paul Krugman the Senate bills tax cuts through their political op- Mona Charen listed a variety of reasons, on-Thyme has been wait-
He writes for would go to people with portunism and dishon- She writes for including concerns about ing three months for her
the New York Times. annual incomes over $1 esty, boxed themselves Creators Syndicate. scaling back the Medicaid hip replacement. What
million but even these into a position that makes expansion and funds for does the prime minister
lucky few would see their them seem cruel and im- dealing with the opioid cri- propose to do about it?
The basics of Repub- after-tax income rise only moral because they are. We now have the sis. In the Senate, several The notion that the leader
lican health legislation, by a barely noticeable 2 Republicans start from answer to a question Republicans are balking for of a nation of 65 million
which havent changed percent. a sort of baseline of cru- that has hung in the air some of the same reasons. should be involved in such
much in different itera- So its vast suffering elty toward the less fortu- for months: Why did the At the other end of the specific cases, is magical
tions of Trumpcare, are including, according to nate, of hostility toward Republican leadership spectrum, Mike Lee of Utah thinking. Thats what hap-
easy to describe: Take best estimates, around anything that protects not have an Obamacare and Rand Paul of Kentucky pens when health care
health insurance away 200,000 preventable families against catastro- repeal-and-replace plan oppose the bill because it becomes a right rather
from tens of millions, deaths imposed on phe. on the shelf and ready to doesnt go far enough in than a product. Rationing
make it much worse and many citizens in order to In this sense theres go the minute the elec- repealing Obamacare. is the rule in Europe.
far more expensive for give a handful of wealthy nothing new about their tion went their way? Why Look, even the Demo- Americas political lead-
millions more, and use the people what amounts to health plan. What it does didnt they use the time crats had a miserable time ership on both sides
money thus saved to cut some extra pocket change. punish the poor and since the laws 2010 pas- passing their preferred seems less interested in
taxes on the wealthy. And the public hates the working class, cut taxes sage to craft the Republi- health bill. In 2009 and devising an escape from
Donald Trump may not idea. on the rich is what every can alternative? 2010, they had a 36-seat our progressively more
get this, but everyone in Which brings me back major GOP policy propos- The charitable answer majority in the House and European health care
Congress understands to my question: Why al does. The only differ- would be: Because vetoes a 60-vote filibuster-proof mess and more concerned
what its all about. would anyone want to do ence is that this time its are daunting, big policy majority in the Senate. with laying blame for it on
The puzzle and it is this? all out in the open. changes are difficult, big They still had to cajole the other party.
a puzzle, even for those I wont pretend to have So what will happen to parties have incompatible and bribe members with The goal of replacing a
who have long since con- a full answer, but I think this monstrous bill? I have factions and presidential lures whose nicknames top-down, bureaucrati-
cluded that something is there are two big driv- no idea. Whether it passes leadership is critical. The will endure: the corn- cally controlled health-de-
terribly wrong with the ers actually, two big lies or not, however, remem- real answer is that Repub- husker kickback for Sen. livery system (its not
modern GOP is why behind GOP cruelty on ber this moment. For this licans were bluffing. Ben Nelson and the Lou- insurance) with a more
the party is pushing this health care and beyond. is what modern Republi- Most of the attention isiana Purchase for Sen. market-oriented system
harsh, morally indefensi- First, the evils of the cans do; this is who they during the agonies over Mary Landrieu. recedes. The House and
ble agenda. GOP plan are the flip are. the House bill focused Barack Obama gave Senate, in part because
Think about it. Losing side of the virtues of 75,227 (or it felt like it) they dont have 60 Sen-
health coverage is a night- Obamacare. Because Re- speeches urging passage of ate votes, have not even
mare, especially if youre publicans spent almost FROM FROM the bill. They werent hon- attempted to propose one.
older, have health prob- the entire Obama admin- THE LEFT THE RIGHT est we liked our plans What ought to be a seri-
lems and/or lack finan- istration railing against but couldnt keep them ous debate about reform
Monday Paul Krugman Mona Charen
cial resources. And since the imaginary horrors of but what they lacked in has become instead an
Americans with those the Affordable Care Act Tuesday Mary Sanchez Ross Douthat integrity they made up in exercise in trimming
characteristics are pre- death panels! repealing length and frequency. around the edges. Both
Wednesday Clarence Page Jonah
cisely the people this leg- Obamacare was bound to So here we are. bills keep the architecture
Goldberg
islation effectively targets, be their first priority. The Republicans won of Obamacare. The trims
tens of millions would Once the prospect of re- Thursday Robert Reich Star Parker control of the game and are the Medicaid cuts. But
soon find themselves liv- peal became real, how- they are ... constipated. lets be clear: Because of
Friday E.J. Dionne Jr. Pat Buchanan
ing this nightmare. ever, Republicans had to Opponents of Obama- Republican primary vot-
Meanwhile, taxes that face the fact that Obama- Saturday Gail Collins Charles care were right about one ers choices, were now
fall mainly on a tiny, care, far from being the Krauthammer thing: Creating a new enti- heading straight for the
wealthy minority would failure they portrayed, tlement to health care has rationing of care, just like
Sunday Leonard Pitts George Will
be reduced or eliminated. has done what it was sup- transformed the U.S. into Europe.
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Board: $5.3M to aid human services


Montgomery County officials say plan prioritized the decisions announced Tuesday. ter framework for how we could ously received funding were dis-
needs; Dayton YWCA loses hotline money. The county and the United Way then bring the health and human mayed to learn their programs
of the Greater Dayton Area have services community together so were denied contracts. Lead-
worked closely to identify what theres not as much isolated work ers with the YWCA Dayton said
By Cornelius Frolik to human services providers, they say are the most pressing around isolated clients, said they were disappointed that the
Staff Writer a culmination of years of work community needs and develop a Tom Kelley, assistant Montgom- county and the United Way are
intended to improve the local new approach to facilitate coop- ery County administrator and no longer funding their domes-
The Montgomery County Board safety net and the lives of county eration between providers to get director of Montgomery County tic violence hotline.
of Commissioners approved 48 residents. results. Job & Family Services.
contracts worth $5.3 million Not all groups were happy with The partners wanted a bet- But some groups that previ- Contracts continued on B5

MIAMI TWP. TAXES

Vectren wins
tax fight, will pay
$2 million less
Schools, cities, public The reassessment in Montgom-
agencies to be affected ery County alone will provide
Vectren with $2 million in tax
by reassessment. relief, money that would have
been distributed to local school
By Cornelius Frolik districts, parks, libraries, cities
Staff Writer and townships.
A couple of years ago, Vectren
Vectren Energy Delivery of Ohio Energy Delivery of Ohio submit-
will pay about $2 million less in ted a petition asking the state to
taxes to schools, cities and other reduce the value of its public
public agencies in Montgomery utility personal property, which
County after winning a partial includes equipment, machinery
reduction to its tax bill. and pipelines.
But customers will benefit from The company asked for the
a lower cost of service that delays value of its public utility personal
the need for a rate increase, said property to be slashed to about
Colleen Ryan, president of Vec- $138.5 million from $348.8 mil-
tren Energy Delivery of Ohio. lion, according to state records.
Cost control is a central ele- Vectren has about 5,500 miles of
ment of utility management, pipeline and more than 310,000
she said. We are continually natural gas customers across 17
looking for ways to reduce cost, counties
and property taxes are a signif-
icant cost. Vectren continued on B5

TROY

Troy board to seek


bond issue for schools
Initial steps taken for county board of elections to place
$47.9 million request to the bond issue on the Novem-
ber ballot, will be taken at the
be placed on ballot. boards July 10 meeting, district
Treasurer Jeff Price said.
By Nancy Bowman The board heard a final pre-
Contributing Writer sentation on public input meet-
ings earlier in June by consul-
TROY The Troy City Schools tants from SHP Leading Design.
Board of Education took the ini- The firm was hired last year to
tial steps needed to place before help the board explore building
voters a bond issue to build new options and obtain community
Austin Boulevard area gets a face-lift elementary schools. input. That process included three
The board voted Thursday to community meetings exploring
The Austin Boulevard interchange at Interstate 75 is taking on a new look as a landscaping project that ask the Miami County auditor to building options this spring.
may top $500,000 is in the works. The landscaping at all four entrance/exit ramps is being funded by certify the millage amount for a After the community meetings,
the Austin Center Joint Economic Development District, a tax-sharing body created by Miami Twp., bond issue to generate $47.9 mil- the board in May reached consen-
Miamisburg and Springboro. The work that started this spring and is projected to be completed in August lion to build the new schools and sus for constructing two new ele-
is designed to enhance the aesthetics of the interchange that is home to Austin Landing and a gateway make improvements to Troy High mentary buildings with wings for
for all three communities. The Austin Center JEDD board last year hired The Kleingers Group, which had School. The bond issue would be prekindergarten through grade
proposals costing in the $1.5 million range. The board, however, voted to cap spending at $600,000. The for 30 years.
JEDD generated in $795,123 in 2016 from income and hotel/motel taxes. NICK BLIZZARD PHOTOS / STAFF The second step, to ask the Troy continued on B5

IN OUR SCHOOLS
Walk of Fame: Edward Al Johnson
EdwardAlJohnson (1885-1949)
was an aviation pioneer, an early Air
DPS Foundation gives 8 grants to teachers
Mail pilot, a McCook Field test pilot $500 awards provide learning more relevant. Six were returned to Dayton public and
and personally selected the site for the materials to make from the foundation, and two of found out we do not have library
Dayton International Airport. He was a the eight were given from part- services, I saw that as a need for
prime mover in promoting the growth learning more relevant. ners of the DPS Foundation. my gifted students.
of commercial aviation in Dayton, The foundation recipients are: Some programs being funded
which started in 1921 with a small, 70- By Sarah Cavender Tammy Brewer, Edison PreK; April with the foundation grants
acre ying eld that was moved to a Staff Writer Malone, Wogaman Middle School; include:
320-acre site in Vandalia in 1928 that Kate Meier; Dunbar Early College providing computers for
has grown into the 4,500-acre James Dayton Public Schools Foun- High; Osir Okumu-Kinywa, Fair- refugee student homes by Oku-
M. Cox Dayton International Airport. dation recently awarded eight view PreK-6; Jennifer Patton-Ho- ma-Kinywa,
Johnson operated the Wilmington Pike grants to eight school teachers. ang, Kiser PreK-6; and Leana Sta- offering peace poles in the
ying eld for seven years, carrying more than 15,000 passengers This is the third set of grants ton, Valerie PreK-6. garden where Brewers students
without a single injury. In addition to the ying service, he operated that the foundation has given Staton received a grant to help will work with their community
the Johnson Airplane and Supply Co. and a ying school. This Dayton teachers, according to in rebuilding a library for her garden and in food pantries,
important early Dayton aviator also designed the Johnson Airspeed Nancy Nerny, DPS Foundation gifted students. increasing student under-
Indicator and the AVIGO compass. Inducted: 2000 co-founder. I had taught previously for five standing of geometrical concept
We look for creative, innova- years and left education to pur- in Meiers classes, and
Every Monday the Dayton Daily News will feature the Dayton Regions tive teachers who are asking for sue a career in corporate Amer- creating eco-columns with
Walk of Fame. Visit the Walk in person on West Third Street in Dayton things the school district cant ica and came back this year. Sta- different habitats for students to
between Broadway and Shannon. For more information or to place a provide, Nerny said. ton said during a recent board study effects of pollution by Pat-
nomination, visit www.daytonwalkoffame.citymax.com. The eight grants are for $500 meeting, Eons ago I got rid of
each and are designed to make my classroom library. When I Grants continued on B5

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Brown pushes for LGBTQ resolution


Senators call Democrats also signed onto dialogues organized by the need for the
supported by 32 the resolution. The Senate, WASHINGTON NEWS Atlantic Council examining rule.
however, went into recess Capitol Corridors is a weekly roundup of news from our how to address the global Last
other Democrats. without having passed the Washington team. Like our Ohio Politics Facebook page challenge of disinformation. week, the
resolution. and follow our team on Twitter at @Ohio_Politics for the Depart-
ByJessica Wehrman We must always stand latest news. Brown pushing ment of
Washington Bureau with our LGBTQ friends and overtime rule Sen. Sherrod Labor sent
neighbors not just during Brown last week also joined Brown, a request for
WASHINGTON Sen. Sher- the month of June, but year Sen. Patty Murray, D-Wash., D-Ohio information
rod Brown is pushing his Sen- round, Brown, D-Ohio, said. disinforma- used everything from cyber- and Reps. Bobby Scott, D-Va., to the Office
ate colleagues to pass a res- I hope all Ohioans will join tion is not attacks, troll farms where and Mark Takano, D-Calif., of Manage-
olution recognizing June as me in celebrating the accom- about Don- workers circulate bad infor- in introducing a resolution ment and Budget.
LGBTQ Pride Month. plishments and courage of ald Trump, mation, and social media to supporting the 2016 fed- Too many workers are
In a conference call with the LGBTQ community, and its much spread disinformation. eral overtime rule. The rule logging 50 or 60 hours a
reporters last week, he said he commit themselves to con- broader Portman also cautioned would make 4.2 million work- week but arent getting
was doing so because Presi- tinuing the fight for equal- Sen. Rob than that, that the conversation about ers eligible for overtime pay paid for it. When we dont
dent Donald Trump had ity for all. Portman, Portman, the issue cannot become par- when they work more than pay workers what theyve
not. Trumps predecessor, R-Ohio R-Ohio, tisan, he said. We need to 40 hours a week. Brown and earned, the value and dig-
Barack Obama, had named Portman issues Russia said during keep this, I would say not just his colleagues hope by intro- nity of work deteriorates.
June LGBTQ Pride Month warning a Thursday bipartisan, but nonpartisan. ducing the legislation, they We need to change that,
for each of the eight years Sen.RobPortmanlastweek speech at the Atlantic Coun- This is about our democ- can successfully convince said Sen. Brown. President
he was president. warned of the threat of Rus- cil. It was a serious problem racy, its about our shared val- the Department of Labor to Trump must follow through
The resolution honors gay sian disinformation, saying before him, and its going to ues with democracies around support the rule. Brown was on his promise to stand up for
rights and the struggles of the problem was larger than continue to be a problem the world, and its about our in Columbus with then-Vice Ohio workers by defending
the lesbian, gay, bisexual, whether the nation inter- long after his term in office. values, he said. President Joe Biden when the overtime rule and imple-
transsexual and queer com- vened in the 2016 presiden- He called for an effec- Portman made his com- the rule was announced in menting it as finalized by the
munities. tial election. tive policy response to the ments as part of #Disin- 2016, but the Trump admin- Obama administration.
Some 32 of Browns fellow The challenge of Russia issue, and said Russia has foWeek, a weeklong set of istration has questioned the

Country singer donates to family of woman killed


Franklin woman On June 19, a campaign to according to Scott, will go
killed in crash was support the family on the toward funeral expenses
website Meal Train, which and the care of Trents six-
big fan of Lee Brice. allows community members month-old son.
to donate money and vol- Our fans treat us so well,
By Emma Stiefel unteer to provide dinners, Brice said. We love them.
Staff Writer was started. I felt like I was part of their
One donation in the family and I wanted to help
FRANKLIN While mourn- amount of $1,135 stood out. just like Id help my own
i n g C o u r t n e y T r e n t s Country singer Lee Brice family.
death, her family received made the donation with a (Brices donation) had
a heart-warming surprise: note saying, Yall will be a huge impact, Scott said.
a country stars addition to in my prayers. That much money really
an online fund established Brice was Trents favor- helped me and my family
to support the family. ite musician, according to out. I was very surprised. I
T re n t , 2 0, d i e d i n a her brother, Trenten Scott. have a bunch of respect for
head-on car crash June 17 Scott reached out to the him. Hes a great person.
in Franklin after an oncom- country star on Twitter after The country star, known
ing driver fell asleep at the his sisters death. Brice pri- best for his songs A Woman
wheel. Her husband, James vately messaged Scott soon Like You and Hard to
Daley, 20, was injured in after, asking how he could Love, said, My fans are
the crash. The couple, par- help, so Scott said he sent like family, so, being con-
ents of a 6-month-old son, him a link to the online col- cerned, I checked out the
were on their way home from lection. link.
celebrating their one-year The page has raised more
wedding anniversary a day than $3,000 from dozens Contact this reporter at
early, according to a long- of people, including Brice. 513-483-5258 or email Our fans treat us so well, country singer Lee Brice said. We love them. I felt like I was
time friend. All money collec ted, Emma.Stiefel@coxinc.com. part of their family and I wanted to help just like Id help my own family. CONTRIBUTED

Church grows from movie theater to 3 Columbus locations


Rock City one of fastest-growing churches liard location. loud, catchy worship music The sense of community like I can come here when I
the fastest-growing in Columbus, and the fast- The lively nondenomina- is what draws people in, oth- is insane, said Owen. My need something ... The peo-
est-growing in Ohio. It was tional Christian church was ers say its Chads Bible-driven mom was put off by the big ple are really great, theyre
churches in the U.S. named the 16th-fastest grow- founded by Fisher and his preaching, and still others screen; she says its not per- really nice.
ing church in the country in wife, Katie, just over six years point to the overall experi- sonal. At my church at home, The Rev. Bob Parry, 87, also
By Danae King 2016 by Outreach Magazine. ago. The couple learned about ence. we just sit there and read has found a home at Rock City
The Columbus Dispatch Almost3,000peopleattend church planning from other The Fishers say its not any from the Bible. I can do that Church. Previously pastor at
each week, gathering at a total successful churches across of those things. on my own. the Garden Church, which
In a nondescript brick of 10 different worship times the country, Katie Fisher said. This wasnt anything we Maybe the most surpris- was in the Short North build-
building in the Short North, at three locations: at 38 W. When the Fishers chose couldve manufactured on ing thing about the Rock City ing that Rock City now occu-
people clap and dance as a Greenwood Ave. in the Short Columbus in 2010 to start a our own, said Chad Fisher. sermon is that the millenni- pies, Parry and his wife coun-
rhythm pulses and lights flash North, as well as at Westerville church and settle their fam- It truly has been this great als arent on their phones. sel couples at Rock City.
with the beat. Central and Upper Arlington ily of two young girls, they move of God. Theres no texting, snapchat- They respect my wife and
Those in the crowd, a mix high schools. saw it as a place where they On Wednesday, Laryn New- ting or tweeting. Instead, I, Parry said of the young
of young and old, hold their An enigmatic presence, couldreachpeoplewhodidnt man was sitting in a pew near theyre taking notes, their people he said have added
hands in the air as they sing the Rev. Fisher injects jokes know God. the back with her friends eyes glued to the screen 10 years to his life. It was a
along with the musicians on into a very biblical sermon They arrived and found Caylee Owen, 24, and Kalie ahead. They seem at home natural gravitation for us to
the stage. and elicits amens, laugh- that, though theyd searched Holub, 21. in a pew. gradually move into Rock
Soon, they take their seats ter and applause. as far as Atlanta, Seattle and N ew m a n fou n d Ro c k Thats what the Fishers City. ... Were excited about
in the pews and listen raptly Hes the lead pastor at Rock Miami for the right place, a City Church right when she were hoping for. being there.
as Pastor Chad Fisher begins City Church. Its Wednesday city just a little more than 100 needed it. The 20-year-old Ourgoal is to make Sunday To Parry, the reason the
to preach. He casually puts night and the Short North miles south of their home- wasupsetandfeelingdefeated feel like home every week, church is growing so fast and
his hand in his jeans pocket church is hosting its midweek town of Sandusky felt like when her friend urged her to Katie Fisher said. so beautifully is because its
and shouts passionately at the service. everything we were looking go to church. That was three Sharyn Beodeker, 25, has rooted in biblical principles
audience, illustrating his ser- Rock City started with ser- for in a city, Katie said. years ago, and shes been been coming to Rock City and expresses them with con-
mons with animated motions. vicesattheAMCLennoxTown The churchs first service coming ever since. Church since October. Last temporary worship.
Hes constantly moving. Center movie theater. But the in April 2011 welcomed 430 They dont push anything week, she was seated in a People are impacted. I see
Fisher, 36, is not the reli- church outgrew that location people. The turnout at the on you, Newman said. They pew for two services. them impacted, maybe for
gious leader of 50 years ago. and established its first per- first service and the churchs let you move at your own I feel like I can come when the first time in their life, he
And this is not your typical manent home in the Short growth has stunned the Fish- pace. I have a bad day, said Beode- said. People start to realize
church. North. In the fall, it plans to ers. Newman introduced Owen ker, who said thats why she and really understand God
Rock City is one of the start construction on a Hil- Thoughmanymusethatthe to the church a year ago. came on Wednesday. I feel really loves them.

HOW YOUR LAWMAKERS VOTED

Heres how local lawmakers with federal immigration SENATE portman.senate.gov Miami, Darke, Preble and part Phone: 202-225-2676
voted in Congress last week. authorities. On the nomination of Washington, D.C., office of Mercer counties. Fax 202-226-0577
Passed: 228-195 Kristine Svinicki to be a 338 Russell Senate Office To send an email go to: Lima office
HOUSE Democrats member of the Nuclear Building https://davidson.house.gov/ 3121 West Elm Plaza
Southwest Ohio members in No: Beatty, Fudge, Kaptur, Regulatory Commission. Washington, D.C. 20510 contact/email Lima, OH 45805
bold Ryan Passed: 88-9 Phone: (202) 224-3353 Washington, D.C., office Phone: 419-999-6455
H.R. 1215 Republicans: Democrat: Brown: Yes Cincinnati Office 1011 Longworth HOB Fax 419-999-4238
A bill that caps medical Yes: Chabot, Davidson, Republican: Portman: Yes 312 Walnut St. Washington, D.C. 20515
malpractice lawsuits by Gibbs, Johnson, Jordan, Source: Congress Suite 3075 Phone: 202-225-6205 Rep. Mike Turner: R-Dayton
limiting plaintiff damages to Joyce, Latta, Renacci, Tiberi, Cincinnati, OH 45202 Phone: 202-225-6205 Represents the 10th District
$250,000. Turner, Wenstrup. CONTACT INFO Phone: 513-684-3265 District office which includes Montgomery,
Passed: 218-210 Not voting: Stivers Sen. Sherrod Brown, D-Ohio 7969 Cincinnati-Dayton Greene and Fayette counties.
Democrats To send an email, go to www. Rep. Steve Chabot: Road, Suite B To send an email, go to http://
No: Beatty, Fudge, Kaptur, H.R. 3004 brown.senate.gov/contact R-Cincinnati West Chester, OH 45069 turner.house.gov/contact/
Ryan A bill that would increase Washington, D.C., office Represents the 1st District Phone: 513-779-5400 Washington, D.C., office
Republicans: penalties for deported 713 Hart Senate Office Bldg. which includes Warren 2239 Rayburn Building
Yes: Chabot, Davidson, immigrants that return to the Washington, D.C. 20510 County. Rep.Jim Jordan: R-Urbana Washington, D.C. 20515
Gibbs, Johnson, Jordan, United States. tel 202-224-2315 To send an email, go to Represents the 4th District Phone: 202-225-6465
Joyce, Latta, Tiberi, Turner, Passed 257-167 fax 202-228-6321 https://chabotforms.house. which includes Champaign, Fax: 202-225-6754
Wenstrup. Democrats Cincinnati Office gov/email-me Shelby, Logan, Auglaize and Dayton office
Not voting: Renacci, Stivers No: Beatty, Fudge, Kaptur, 425 Walnut St., Suite 2310 Washington D.C., office other counties. 120 West Third Street, Suite
Ryan Cincinnati, OH 45202 2371 Rayburn House Office To send and email, go to 305
H.R. 3003 Republicans: Phone: 513-684-1021 Building http://jordan.house.gov/ Dayton, OH 45402
A bill that would allow the Yes: Chabot, Davidson, Fax: 513-684-1029 Washington, D.C. 20515 contact/ Phone: 937-225-2843
federal government from Gibbs, Johnson, Jordan, Toll Free 1-888-896-OHIO Phone: 202-225-2216 Washington, D.C., office Fax: 937-225-2752
some cities that serve as Joyce, Latta, Renacci, Tiberi, (6446) Fax: 202-225-3012 1524 Longworth House
Sanctuary Cities, and Turner, Wenstrup. Sen. Rob Portman, R-Ohio Rep Warren Davidson Office Bldg
that do not cooperate Not voting: Stivers To send an email, go to www. Represents Butler, Clark, Washington, D.C. 20515
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LOCALFOCUS CONNECTING WITH YOUR COMMUNITY

Montgomery
MORAINE tra C. Doren Library, 701 Troy St The proceeds of the event will
MONTGOMERY COUNTY in Dayton. This event will allow go toward the Miamisburg Com-
Country Jam Monday at students to learn about animal munity Foundation. Registration
Payne Recreation Center homes, the types of tools that can be found at www.PlayMiamis-
A Country Jam session featuring animals use and how to help the burg.com.
gospel and country music will be plants and animals in Ohio. For more information contact
held today from 6 to 8:30 p.m. at The guests will feature live ani- the Miamisburg Parks and Recre-
Payne Recreation Center, 3800 mals from Five Rivers MetroParks. ation at 937-866-8999 or visit their
Main Street in Moraine. Throughout the summer, the website at PlayMiamisburg.com.
Admission is free, and canned Dayton Metro Library will offer SARAH CAVENDER
donations will be accepted for a many STEM-themed activities gen-
local food pantry. The event will erally for kids aged K through 6th DAYTON
continue through the month on grades. The free Librarys Sum-
July 10, 17, 24 and 31. mer Challenge will provide kids
Imani Milele Childrens
For more information, contact a hands-on and engaged learning Choir to perform July 11
JB Chaffins at 859-1409. experience, focused on wildlife, The Fort McKinley Church will
SARAH CAVENDER environment and science. host the Imani Milele Childrens
For more information and a list Choir on July 11 to perform tra-
MORAINE of summer events, check out the ditional African song and dance.
website at DaytonMetroLibrary. The church is located 3721 W
Adopt-A-Flowerbed org or call 937-463-BOOK. Siebenthaler Ave., Dayton, and
program offered SARAH CAVENDER the evening will begin at 5 p.m.
The City of Moraine is look- with a free dinner and concert
ing for individuals, businesses or DAYTON at 6:15 p.m.
organizations that would be inter- There will also be hand -
ested in volunteering to maintain
Coordinator begins work made items for sale to support
flowerbeds in the city. on Great Miami Riverway the Uganda choir, which works
The project will continue A new coordinator, Elizabeth to bring awareness about the
through September. Volunteers Connor, will begin her work in orphaned children in Uganda.
will need to weed, remove trash promoting the Great Miami Riv- The church will also have its
and maintain the flowerbeds. The erway project. optional offering to support its
city will plant and water them. The Great Miami Riverway was ministry.
For more information or to created to promote the diversity For more information, call
register, contact 937-535-1003 Pink blooms on cloudy day at fairgrounds of towns along the river and has 937-667-1069 or visit gingham
for the Moraine volunteer office. partnered with 18 cities and agen- sburg.org.
SARAH CAVENDER Ominous clouds moved into the Dayton area in this June 22 photo at cies from Sidney to Hamilton. SARAH CAVENDER
the Montgomery County Fairgrounds in Dayton. The area endured Connors position was recently
BUTLER TWP. several strong storms throughout the month of June. created to focus in marketing to VANDALIA
attract visitors along with pro-
Star Spangled MARSHALL GORBY / STAFF
moting the cities and their events,
#HereInVandalia project
Celebration today places and attractions through seeks city experiences
The Star Spangled Celebration Flight Fireworks Show and Fes- DAYTON the river route. The City of Vandalia has created
will be held today at the Vanda- tival will be held today, at River- For more information about a social media campaign using
lia Sports Complex, 1111 Ston- Scape MetroPark, 237 E. Monu-
Board of Education the Great Miami Riverway, visit the hashtag #HereInVandalia to
equarry Road in Dayton, begin- ment Ave. meeting canceled their website at www.greatmi- inspire the community to share
ning at 7 p.m. The festival will celebrate the The Dayton Board of Educa- amiriverway.com. its city experiences.
The event is presented by But- Independence Day holiday begin- tion Strategic Planning Meeting SARAH CAVENDER The social media project is
ler Township and the City of Van- ning at 5 p.m. and feature live previously scheduled for Tues- designed to allow users to submit
dalia. The event will begin at 7 music, food, beverages and chil- day, July 4 at 5:30 p.m. has been MIAMISBURG a photo on Twitter or Instagram
p.m. with food, entertainment drens activities. canceled. STAFF REPORT by tagging it with the hashtag.
and activities with fireworks at A fireworks display sponsored
Registration open for All of the tagged photos will be
10 p.m. For more information by Marions Piazza will be later DAYTON Aug. 5 Muddy Mayhem approved and published to one
visit the Butler Township website. in the evening, starting at 10 The Muddy Mayhem obsta- website.
SARAH CAVENDER p.m. The event will also have a
Librarys Summer cle course will return to Benner Those not on social media can
fireworks synchronized music Challenge for kids Park in Miamisburg. This event submit photos to rhopkins@
DAYTON soundtrack on Hot 102.9 FM. The Dayton Metro Library will will be held Aug. 5 from noon to vandaliaohio.org.
More information is available feature Animals at the Library 4 p.m. The registration fee is $15 For information visit vandali-
RiverScape set for at metroparks.org under their as part of their STEM-themed and includes an unlimited num- aohio.org. SARAH CAVENDER
Lights in Flight events calender. Summer Challenge program on ber of times a participant can
The City of Daytons Lights in SARAH CAVENDER Thursday from 4 to 5 p.m. at Elec- attempt the course.

Miami Greene
TIPP CITY BEAVERCREEK BEAVERCREEK XENIA BEAVERCREEK TWP.
Reading program sets Fourth of July parade GCP&T host Eagles in 52nd Fourth of July car Park district seeks to fill
record enrollment begins 6 p.m. Tuesday Ohio program today show Tuesday board vacancy
The Tipp City Public Librarys The City of Beavercreek will The Greene County Parks and On Tuesday, the Greene County Beavercreek Twp. Park District
annual summer reading program observe the Fourth of July with Trails will hold an event to teach Fairgrounds will hold the 52nd is accepting applications to fill
has a record enrollment of teens a parade at 6 p.m. Tuesday. The the community about eagles Fourth of July Car Show and Swap a vacancy on its board of com-
this year, library Director Lisa San- parade route will start at Mead- today at 7:30 p.m. at the Nar- Meet. This event will take place at missioners.
tucci told the Tipp City Exempted owbridge Drive, continue east on rows Reserve Nature Center, 2575 122 Fairgrounds Road in Xenia with Volunteers from the city or
Village Schools Board of Educa- Dayton-Xenia Road and end at Indian Ripple Rd., Beavercreek. registration beginning at 8 a.m. to township can apply.
tion on Monday. Beavercreek High School. After This free event will allow attend- noon. The cost will be donations The board meets monthly to
The program has more than the parade, the festivities will con- ees to learn about the diet, nest- ranging in $2-$10; For spectators, administer and oversee the park
720 youth registered, including tinue at Rotary Park with food, ing habits and how different eagle it costs $2, swap spaces are $5 operations, maintenance, finan-
158 teens, up 50 from last sum- music, childrens activities and species are brought back from and car corral and show cars $10. cial management. The board is
mer. She also told the board that fireworks at 10 p.m. near extinction. There are cur- This event will showcase cars responsible for Victory Park and
the library will be on the ballot Parade applications can be rently 200 nest pairs in Ohio through 1992 with trophies in Community Park.
with a levy in November 2018. found on the city website, www. and some locally, there have also 25 classes and special awards. This is for a three-year term.
The amount and type of levy beavercreekohio.gov. been bald eagle sightings near the There will be live music by a D J, For more information, visit
has not yet been determined, For more information, contact Spring Lakes Park, Jacoby Canoe and food. beavercreekparks.org.
Santucci said. the Beavercreek Parks, Recre- Launch and Creekside Trail. For more information contact To apply, mail resume no later
NANCY BOWMAN / CONTRIBUTING ation, and Culture Department Donations are accepted. For either Tom Andrew at 937-426- than July 10 to: Beavercreek Twp.
WRITER at 937-427-5514 or email parks@ information, call 937-562-6440 8884 or Mike Self at 937-426-0098, Park District, c/o Mr. Ernie Muller,
beavercreekohio.gov. or email info@gcparkstrails.com mike7353@aol.com or visit www. Chairman, 851 N. Orchard Lane,
TROY STAFF REPORT or visit www.gcparkstrails.com. greenecarclub.com. Suite C, Beavercreek, Ohio 45434.
Annual fireworks SARAH CAVENDER SARAH CAVENDER STAFF REPORT

show Tuesday
Troys annual fireworks display
will start around 10 p.m. Tuesday.
North Market Street from Water
Street to Staunton Road will be

Warren
closed from 9 p.m. until the crowd
leaves. Suggested areas for viewing
the fireworks are the North Mar-
ket Street bridge, the North Mar-
ket Street ball field and the Great LEBANON Also council is to consider WAYNESVILLE 303 S. Main St. in Franklin at 1:30
Miami River levee, the city said. accepting an agreement with p.m. on Tuesday, July 11.
ThecitysJuly4paradewillbegin
Council to discuss pay City Manager Pat Clements lead-
Second Saturday Dr. Kurt Jackson, neurology
at 9 a.m. Tuesday at Hobart Arena hikes, marijuana ing up to his retirement on Sept. Street Fair this month coordinator in the physical ther-
NANCY BOWMAN / CONTRIBUTING The Lebanon City Council is 30 and his replacement, Deputy The Second Saturday Street apy program at the University of
WRITER scheduled to meet in work session City Manager Scott Brunka. Fair will be held from 10 a.m. to Dayton, is to speak on Exercise
on Wednesday to consider updat- In addition, the council could 5 p.m. the second Saturday of and Parkinsons Disease. Why do
TROY ing the city pay plan to allow for continue discussion of renewing each month ( July 8, Aug. 12 and we need it and how does it help?
2.25 percent pay increases in 2018. transportation and parks and rec- Sept. 9, 2017) on Main Street in Along with other neurological
Board of elections Actual raises are to be based on reation impact fees and rezoning Waynesville. disorders, Jackson teaches grad-
agrees to contract performance. The change would 9.8 acres at 1111 W. Main St. from Sponsored by Waynesville Mer- uate students about Parkinsons
The Miami County Board of would bring pay rates in line with light industrial to general com- chants and Ohio Arts Council, Disease and its effect on motion
Elections agreed Tuesday to con- union employees. mercial zoning. this fair features artists, crafters, and movement. He will discuss
tract with Maximus Consulting In addition the council could Also the council is to consider a farmers market, entertainment and demonstrate exercises that
Services Inc. to calculate how continue discussion of estab- design-build contracts with Ridge- and food trucks. are safe, effective, and targeted
much political subdivisions will lishing a six-month moratorium water to perform the Katherine For more information, visit to help those with PD.
be charged for services provided on the granting of any permits Avenue Sanitary Sewer Protec- www.secondsaturdaystreetfaire. Persons with Parkinsons, their
during the May 2 primary/spe- allowing for the cultivation, pro- tion Project for up to $113,600 com. care partners and friends are wel-
cial election. cessing or dispensing of medi- and Cardno to perform the Syc- STAFF REPORT come. The facility is handicap
The service will cost $1,375, an cal marijuana within city limits. amore Street Sanitary Sewer Pro- friendly. The meeting is free. Park-
expense that will be included in The council is also expected to tection Project for up to $103,500. FRANKLIN ing is available on Main or Third
the election charge back to the consider approving the 2018-22 The council meets at 7 p.m. at 50 streets. The handicap-friendly
political subdivisions. The charge Capital Improvement Plan and a S. Broadway in Lebanon.
Parkinsons support entry is through the door to the
back includes expenses such as request from the Lebanon Pub- For more information, call 513- group to meet on July 11 left of the main church entrance.
the cost of poll workers. lic Library to contribute $20,000 933-7200. The Franklin Parkinsons Dis- For information, call 937-231-
NANCY BOWMAN / CONTRIBUTING toward completion of a parking STAFF REPORT ease0 Support Group is to meet at 3362.
WRITER lot project at the library. the First United Methodist Church, STAFF REPORT
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IN BRIEF

BREMEN
Museum regains property ownership
Deputy shoots knife- Wittenberg forfeits She said a major part in
wielding suspect the museums success has
Officials in central Ohio
stake in Springfield been its focus on getting
say a sheriffs deputy shot a Museum of Art. schools involved. She said
suspect who refused orders the museum spearheaded an
to drop a knife. By Parker Perry initiative this year that helped
The Fairfield Count y Staff Writer students at Reid School learn
Sheriff s Office said the about the universe while also
shooting occurred late Sat- The Springfield Museum of appreciating its beauty.
urday near the village of Art property was transferred Now that the museum is
Bremen, about 40 miles back to the museum by Wit- the owner of the property
southeast of Columbus. tenberg University last week. again, Fortescue said a pri-
WCMH-TV reports the The school announced it ority is to make sure it is up
suspect, whose name hasnt relinquished its stake and both to standard for accreditation.
been released, was hospi- Wittenberg and museum offi- We do need to continue
talized in serious condition. cials believe the museum can to operate according to the
Deputies responding to now self-sustain itself into AmericanAllianceofMuseum
a domestic-violence report the future. The Springfield accreditation standards and
stopped the suspects car Museum of Art is at 107 Cliff that means continually car-
on Main Street. They say Park Road. ing for our collection, she
the man refused to coop- Wittenberg purchased Ann Fortescue, Springfield Museum of Art executive director, stands in one of the said.Museumcollectioncare
erate with deputies and to the building in 2010 as the galleries at the museum. JEFF GUERINI / STAFF requirements have tempera-
put his knife down. Officials museum was having finan- ture and humidity measures
say he made an aggressive cial trouble. The purchase has that we need to make sure
movement toward one of been cited as a bad transaction This is Springfields museum, tenberg University and Spring- 30,000 square feet and we are aligned with.
the deputies and was shot for the school as the univer- and that is how it should be. field Museum of Art everyone attracts about 14,000 visi- Some of those eventual
by another. sity has sought to cut spend- Along with transferring the agreed it was in everybodys tors a year, Fortescue said. It improvements will include
The Ohio Bureau of Crim- ing over the last several years. property to the museum, the best interest, especially the employs seven people, four upgrading our HVAC.
inal Investigation is inves- Wittenberg Interim Presi- two groups have also agreed communitys, that the Spring- full-time and three part-time, She said the upgrades
tigating. dent Dick Shelton said return- to work together on projects field Museum of Art resume and is considered a tourist wont be immediate but will
ing ownership to the museum to give Wittenberg students ownership of the building, attraction for the city of hopefully happen soon. She
COLUMBUS will help the school better opportunities. Fortescue said. It is very Springfield. said the process of acquiring
focus on its students. He also Ann Fortescue, execu- exciting and resuming own- Increased involvement by the building went smoothly
Vending machines said the museum is ready to tive director of the Spring- ership of the building comes the community has led to and could not have been done
help monitor drugs regain ownership. field Museum of Art, said the after really the past four years greater numbers in mem- without Springfield residents.
Vending machines being This is a positive step museum group is happy about of work that we have been bership, donations and grant We have had an outpour-
installed in Columbus fire- forward for both our regaining ownership of the doing to steadily increase money, Fortescue said. She ing of community support,
houses will help paramed- institutions and for our building. community engagement and said the additional money will she said. The community
ics and firefighters keep bet- community of Springfield, Afterayearofverythought- involvement. help the museum with own- sees the value that we are
ter track of the drugs they said Helton in a statement. ful conversation between Wit- The buildings is about ership costs into the future. bringing.
dispense.
The Columbus Dispatch
reports that about $220,000

Dog tag, Bible, toy soldier: Dad


is earmarked for the city fire
to buy 18 vending machines
that first-responders will
have to use when restock-

cherishes ties to fallen Marine


ing medic units with drugs.
Fire officials said the
devices are similar to candy
machines but require a
unique identification num-
ber and, in some cases, a Some items mailed end at death. day, he added another an at the post office for him. It Stevenson, who just took
biometric scan such as a Six and a half years. Can exhausted Marine kneeling, was the package Giese had over command of the Marine
thumbprint, for drugs to
by strangers, others you imagine finding a dog with Jesus over his head. sent, now marked KIA recruiting station in Chicago
be released. found by chance. tag in the middle of the des- The only thing green is the killed in action. this month, forged an unusu-
Battalion Chief Steve Salts- ert and its my sons? helmet. In life, both men carried ally close relationship with
man says the machines will By Rini Jeffers Larry Giese cant quite get A Marine buddy of Ryans similarities far beyond genes. Giese in the days following
help keep better track and The (Elyria) over the package he received told Giese the single tag Both men were Marines. Ryans death. In his role as
secure drugs that are reg- Chronicle-Telegram in the mail on June 14, sent would have been his boot Both picked up the nick- a casualty assistance calls
ulated by state and federal by a stranger. tag, the one worn in a sol- name Goose, a play on officer the Marine who
agencies, such as opioids. Goose was on his last foot Inside was a single dog diers boot instead of around their last name. Gieses soft- goes to your door to per-
He says it reduces the pos- patrol. tag, dented, dulled and the neck. ball jersey number was 3 sonally tell you the worst
sibility for clerical errors He was 24 and had been hard to read. Somewhere It makes sense to Giese. and his son became No. 33. news about your loved one
and abuse. in the Helmand Province in in Afghanistan he still We couldnt find his left When Ryans unit returned he has made too many of
The machines cost about Afghanistan the worst of doesnt know much of the leg and his right arm, Giese home in early February, those visits. At that time,
$12,500 each. the hellhole for maybe details an Army grunt said. Who knows, after all Giese was in California. however, Ryans was only
five months, his dad said. found the tag, read the these years and the des- He was outside eating the fourth one he had done,
CINCINNATI The proud Marine had a new name, and sent it to his ert storms and winds, what breakfast at a hotel when and he personally attended
wife back in Georgia, and father, Pete Metzger, asking took place. a flock of geese flew over- Ryans funeral in Georgia as
Pete Roses record- he was going to be shipping him to find the mans fam- The tag arrived just in time head. The gardener was well as his arrival with full
breaking ball sold home to her soon. ily. Metzger tracked down for Fathers Day. nearby and told Giese he military honors in Dover
The baseball Pete Rose But an improvised explo- Ryans widow in Atlanta, I sat down at the kitchen had never seen geese fly Air Force Base, Delaware.
swatted to left-center field sive device changed the end- where Ryan had lived since table and opened it up. I overhead in all the years he He visits Giese in Las Vegas
for his record-setting 4,192th ing to the story. One step his parents divorced when didnt know what it would had worked there. The next and continues to call every
hit has sold at auction for and Lance Cpl. Joseph Ryan Ryan was 10. look like. He had it pre- morning it happened again. year on the anniversary of
more than $403,000. Goose Giese was gone. She sent Giese a Facebook sented nice in a little box Giese snapped a quick shot Ryans death. When asked
The auction site Lelands. A world away in Las Vegas, message: Call this man. If but I had to get it out of of the geese, a group of at if he thinks Gieses experi-
com reports that the ball sold his dad Larry Giese was on this is actually what I think there. I had to hold it, least 15 or so. ence is uncommon follow-
Saturday for $403,657.20. the computer at exactly 9:03 it is, I want you to handle it. Giese said. He intended to set it as the ing the death of a loved one,
Roses single off San Diegos a.m. Jan. 7, 2011, booking All Giese knows is that the It has been sitting on his screensaver on his phone he pauses.
Eric Show on Sept. 11, 1985, flights to go see his sons tag was found nowhere near desk for a week now. Such but when he opened it, I w o u l d n t s a y i t s
at Cincinnatis Riverfront battalion return to Camp where his son was killed in a tiny thing, it is able to fit only three geese appeared unusual. My dad passed
Stadium broke Ty Cobbs Lejeune, North Carolina. the Sangin River Valley. Ryan easily into the palm of his in the picture. away a year ago and that
hits record. At 9:04 a.m., his world was part of the notorious hand but big enough to hold The morning hi s son changed my perspective in
Lelands didnt say who split apart forever. Green Hats, Echo Com- so many memories. Giese would have returned ways. You start to find glim-
bought the ball, which came It started with a knock. pany of the 2nd Battalion of has an entire room in his Feb. 8 Giese took an early mers of things, Stevenson
with documentation includ- The retired Lorain, Ohio, the 9th Marines (the 2/9). house full of signs of Ryan morning walk alone on the said. When it happened,
ing copies of a notarized let- police officer saw a Marine The 2/9 was deployed to photographs, his basic beach. Larry started putting things
ter signed by Rose and a let- captain and a gunnery ser- Marjah, Afghanistan, in July uniform shirt, his dress I said Ryan, Dads hurt- together here and there. It
ter from the collector who geant at his door. Giese, 2010. By that December, blue hat. ing. Can you give me a sign was uncanny. It was signif-
first bought it from Rose. a former Marine himself, Echo Company was sent to I never got to see him youre OK? And then I said icant to him and I thought
Lelands said the ball ini- automatically saluted the join the 3/5 Marines which in his dress blues. Always And if you cant, God can that was helpful.
tially was sold in 1987, becom- captain. was taking higher casualties wanted to, I just never got you give me a sign hes OK? Giese has heard there is
ing the first piece of sports We got to the door and than any other Marine unit the chance, he said. Well, he said. I took two steps some talk of eventually put-
memorabilia to fetch six fig- he didnt really realize what in Afghanistan in Sangin. except in his coffin. and I stepped over some- ting his sons tag in a Marine
ures. was going on. He was more Echo Company came to Giese first started notic- thing green and it was like museum, but hes not going
Rose was banned from or less happy, like Hi guys, be known as the Green ing what he considers signs a voice said, Pick it up. I to part with it any time soon.
baseball and remains inel- I was a Marine, too and Hats after they chose to from Ryan almost as soon turned around and picked Ryan already had sur-
igible for the Hall of Fame then it sunk in, all of a sud- turn their hats inside out, as he knew of his death. it up and it was a little toy vived a stint in Iraq, and
for betting on Reds games den, recalls now-Maj. Bob with the green liners show- He was on an airplane to soldier. I picked it up and was within weeks of coming
when he managed the team. Stevenson, who was the cap- ing rather than the desert Atlanta for his sons funeral, I was crying like a baby. home when he was killed.
tain at Gieses door that camouflage, while patrolling listening to one of his favor- It was a tiny infantry- The Marines had been pre-
YOUNGSTOWN morning. the heavy vegetation of the ite songs, an instrumen- man, leaning over his rifle. paring to cross the Sangin
Giese, who had served Helmand Province. They tal called Europa. As Ryan was in the infantry, River when their soldier
State clears way for a tour in Southeast Asia, continued wearing their they prepared to land, the volunteering to be a grunt senses were alerted some-
plugging well remembers thinking that green hats once they met up flight attendant called for because somebodys got thing didnt feel right. Their
The state of Ohio has was how they delivered the with the 3/5, which didnt all devices to be turned off. to do it, Dad. leader chose to move further
issued a permit to plug and message when I was in Viet- go unnoticed by the enemy. When Giese glanced at his Last year, another pack- down the banks and cross at
abandon a wastewater injec- nam. According to company lore, iPod, the screen listed the age arrived in the mail. another point. Thats when
tion well shut down after a And I said, Just tell me a letter between two Tali- definition of the songs title. It was a pocket-sized Ryan stepped on the IED.
series of earthquakes. hes wounded, Giese said. ban leaders was discovered It means earth cries; Bible Ryan carried with Ryans commander called
The Vindicator reports And they said, No. Hes in the area, discussing the heaven smiles. I never him into war. A Marine he Giese weeks after the explo-
that North Star Disposal been killed. reputation of the deadly knew that. So they got him, had served with ended up sion. The bomb that killed
Services has received per- That wound of losing green hats. you know, he said. back in Afghanistan again, Ryan also wounded others
mission to plug and aban- his only son, of having to The attachment was to He got into Atlanta late and spotted the Bible. It was on his team, including the
don the Northstar I injec- tell his daughter that her be short-lived, arriving in and was checking into his being carried by another sol- commander. The man broke
tion well that was blamed little brother was not com- December and returning hotel when he noticed dier, who didnt recall how down, questioning his deci-
for the 4.0 earthquake in ing back went to the bone. to North Carolina by Feb. the clerks nametag said it had come into his posses- sion that day.
the Youngstown area Dec. But in the nearly seven years 8. But within days, Echo Ryan. Then his girlfriend sion and didnt know the With that one step, all of
31, 2011, and other smaller since his son died, Giese has Company lost three men. called him over to see some- soldier whose name was their father-and-son plans
quakes. found a salve of sorts in the Ryan was the last. thing that caught her eye. inside. The Marine told him were gone.
North Star Disposal has signs he believes his son is Much of this history is In the middle of a couch about Ryan and took the Its weird, you know?
until June 6, 2019, to plug sending him. written in stone literally in the otherwise deserted Bible with him, forgetting Here I am, Im a big, bad
the well. Theres a reason Marines inscribed in granite slabs lobby was an empty box of it at the bottom of his gear Marine, I was a cop but
The Ohio Department of say once a Marine, always at the Pioneer Saloon in Reeses Pieces. for a while. boy oh boy, that emotional
Natural Resources recently a Marine. The camarade- Nevada and written on A few weeks before, Giese When it resurfaced, he part just kicks my butt. In
released a copy of the per- rie doesnt end on the bat- the body: tattoos Giese had sent a care package full mailed it to Giese. The cor- boot camp he made cop-
mit, which was dated June tlefield; it doesnt end at now wears. Ryan, who was of Ryans favorite candy, ners of a few pages were ies of his dog tag to give
6 and gives the owner per- deployment or retirement. sleeved in tattoos, used to Reeses Pieces. One pack- creased, marking spots Ryan me and his sister. But now
mission to cement the well Semper fi from the Latin rag on his dad to get inked, age just one wouldnt would often turn to. I have an original, Giese
at various locations across semper fidelis, always too, and they had plans to fit into the box, no mat- Giese stays in touch with said. There is a long silence
its 9,192 feet of depth. faithful extends over life- go together for tattoos when ter how much he tried, so Ryans Marine buddies and and a muffled hang on a
ODNR spokesman Steve times, even over genera- Ryan returned. The first he set it aside for a future became good friends with minute before he contin-
Irwin said once a well is tions, any Marine will tell anniversary of his death, package. Weeks after Ryan Stevenson since they met ues. I really thought he
plugged and abandoned, it you. Giese got his first tattoo died, Giese received a notice at Gieses front door that was going to make it back.
is unlikely to return to use. And it certainly doesnt Ryans face. On Ryans birth- that a package was waiting awful morning. I really did.
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Man killed in Contracts and transport and assist gency calls when their orga- help recommend services
seniors and frail and elderly nization will have to be to fund, and a decision was
continued from B1 residents. contacted anyway to help made to not fund two call

truck accident
T h e c o m m i s s i o ns women and families in cri- centers, said Commissioner
Im here today really approval was the final sis. Debbie Lieberman.
to express some concern step in a long process that The group that reviewed I think this was one of
about the denial of the fund- dates back to 2014, when the the applications for fund- those decisions that was
ing for the domestic vio- United Way and the Mont- ing considered competing very difficult if there was
He was directing nounced dead. lence hotline, which is the gomery County Family & proposals for services and more funding, then yeah
Sgt. Roger Cooper said entry-point for the shelter, Children First Council and wanted organizations to but thats what it is, she said.
traffic on Ohio 56 Lynch worked for Meades said Jacqueline Gamblin, a Human Services Levy Coun- team up and coordinate
when struck by car. Paving based in Spring- member of the YWCA Day- cil worked together to assess services to avoid duplica-
field, and that the dump tons Board of Directors, community needs. tion and redundancy, and
Staff Report truck was a work vehicle. at the county commission They identified three the county and United Way The
At the time of the crash, meeting. main priority areas: edu- stressed that funding pri-
A Springfield man was C o o p e r s a i d Ly n c h s County commissioners cation and life skills, income orities have changed, Kel- commissions
k i l l e d S at u rd ay wh i l e dump truck and another approved four dozen con- and stability and health and ley said. approval was
directing traffic around his dump truck and trailer tracts for services and pro- safety. This is the first time the
companys dump truck that were parked partially in grams designed to tackle YWCADaytonwaspleased county has used a model the nal step in
was struck by another car. the northbound lanes of some of the biggest social to receive funding for its that strongly pushed local a long process
David Lynch, 51, was Ohio 56. Lynch had been and economic issues fac- domestic violence shelter, agencies and providers to
standing in the north- directing traffic around the ing the community. but it is troubling that the team up for projects and that dates back
bound lanes of Ohio 56 just dump trucks when troop- Commissioners funded domestic violence hotline to serve residents, but the to 2014, when the
before noon in Somerfield ers said the woman driv- s e r v i c e s a n d p ro j e c t s was not funded, officials strategy should deliver bet-
Twp. in Madison County ing the car did not leave intended to improve food with the organization said. ter human services, said United Way and
when he was struck by enough space behind the access in east and west Day- The hotline has existed for Montgomery County Com-
a car that hit the dump vehicle ahead of her and ton, stabilize families and 40 years and the county missioner Dan Foley. the Montgomery
truck, then a pickup truck struck the dump truck, a households, better pro- helped fund it for the last I just want to say, on County Family
and then Lynch, accord- pickup and Lynch. tect victims of domestic decade and nearly all of behalf of the commission,
ing to the Ohio State High- Alcohol and drugs are violence, enhance after- the clients who seek ser- we support the process, & Children First
way Patrol. not suspected, and no cita- school programming and vices at the shelter come Foley said. Council and
Ly n c h w a s t a ke n t o tions have been filed. The help students with literacy. via the hotline, which is We believe we did the
Madison Health Hospi- incident remains under Other contracts will fund staffed 24 hours a day, 365 right thing by trying to do Human Services
tal, where he was pro- investigation. hunger-relief projects, days a year, Gamblin said. a different model. Levy Council
including daily lunches, and County officials said the Commissioners said they
dental and legal services for county will continue to sup- have received calls from a worked together
the needy. Some funds will port hotline services, except variety of agencies about
to assess
Grants a recorder. The foundation
was started three years ago
pay to house and shelter the
homeless, develop young
it will be through the Arte-
mis Center. YWCA leaders
the selection process and
the funding decisions. community
continued from B1 by Nerny and Shelley Outlaw. people, deliver meals to said it makes no sense to The county and United
Nerny is a retired teacher who people with mobility issues have Artemis answer emer- Way relied on experts to needs.
ton-Hoang. wanted to give other teachers
Malone will create litera- a chance to do something in
ture circle audio and audio- the classrooms.
visual stations for students.
This will provide students the
The grants are given to
teachers who are creative
Vectren company saw an 11 percent
reduction for 2016.
without affecting student
learning.
Vectren Energy is one of
the larger taxpayers in the
opportunity to read books or with their classroom learning continued from B1 Ryan said taxes are a cost The other biggest losers county, and millions of dol-
documentaries and listen to environment but the school of service, and, when they include the Kettering City lars were at stake for juris-
them on audio then work in is unable to provide the fund- Last year, the state tax rise, they ultimately must be School District (-$358,270), dictions across the region,
groups to discuss. ing for their ideas. commissioner officially reflected in customer bills. the Montgomery County officials said.
They (the students) can These are your schools, rejected the companys reas- Our ability to avoid the Human Services Levy Ryan said utility compa-
truly own their own learn- make them the best they can sessment request. But Vec- higher costs that would have (-$250,570) and Center- nies commonly challenge
ing experience, Malone said be, Nerny said. tren appealed. come from the higher/origi- ville City Schools (-$175,535), their assessments if theres
when presented the grant at The application process The Ohio Department of nal assessments has allowed according to county auditor reason to believe they are
the recent board meeting. is available again in April Taxation has reassessed the us to delay the timing of a estimates. too high.
Joshita Reza from Westwood and reviewed by the panel. value of the companys gas rate case ... she said. But these and other taxing We presented support
PreK-6 was partnered with Teachers interested can distribution system in 17 But Vectrens victory districts in the county will for that position and the tax
Crayons to Classrooms to cre- apply through the Dayton counties across the state, means that the Dayton Pub- be receiving payments from board granted the reduction
ate interactive notebooks for Public Schools website and including Montgomer y lic Schools will receive nearly Vectren Energy, because the in assessed values, she said.
students to learn note-taking through the Dayton Pub- County, for tax years 2014 $458,370 less in tax reve- company up until now only Other gas utilities in the
strategies, and Katie McCoy lic Schools Foundation site. and 2015. nue than it would have if paid taxes on its own esti- state have reached similar
from Kemp PreK-6 partnered Vectren asked for a larger Vectren had not success- mated value of its personal agreements, in fact, in some
with an anonymous donor Contact this reporter at reduction than it ultimately fully appealed its original property, said County Audi- cases much larger than this
for students to learn how to 937-225-2226 or Sarah. received, meaning taxing assessment. Thats for tax tor Karl Keith. reduction.
read music and play music on Cavender@coxinc.com. districts were spared what years 2014 and 2015. The company did not have Duke Energy challenged
could have been an even big- This was an unexpected to pay what it technically its assessment in 2009, seek-
ger hit to their collections. loss of revenue for the Dayton owed until it finished the ing to reduce its tax bill by
Vectrens personal prop- Public Schools, said Hiwot appeal process. about $40 million. The com-
Commission on building erty assessments in Mont- Abraha, treasurer and CFO At least local jurisdictions pany settled the case, and
Troy plans. The district is eli- gomeryCountywerereduced of the Dayton school district. will have some closure on the terms of the agreement
continued from B1 gible for 33 percent state by 21 percent for 2014 and 16 The funds were already this matter and will receive were confidential.
building construction fund- percent for 2015, according budgeted for use, she said. the unpaid tax revenue soon,
ing. to the auditors office. Vec- Now we have to come up Keith said. Contact this reporter at
two and third through sixth The estimated cost of tren had asked for a roughly with alternative cost saving Theyll be getting money 937-225-0749 or email
grades as opposed to four the project is $63.3 mil- 60 percent reduction. The measures to bridge the gap as a result of it, he said. Cornelius.Frolik@coxinc.com.
new buildings. lion, with the local share of
The final configuration $47.9 million. The current
of those buildings, whether estimates show the elemen-
they would be in one or two tary building local costs
locations and where those at $42.4 million. The bal-
locations would be remains ance would be for updates
to be to determined. at the high school. Possi-
We are working some dif- ble high school projects MARVIN, Deborah Jean
ferent options, but nothing include boilers and air con- Age 61 of Yellow Springs, Ohio, passed away peacefully on
rock solid yet, Superinten- ditioning in some parts of Thursday, June 29, 2017 at her residence. She was born on July
dent Eric Herman said Thurs- the building, Herman said. Greene County; MARVIN, Deborah 17, 1955 in Waukegan, IL to the late John E. and Justina (Cus-
ter) Marvin. She leaves behind to cherish her memory, her be-
day of possible sites. loved spouse, Diana Glawe; daughter, Amelia Shaw; son, John
Greene County; MILLER, Betty
The district now has six Shaw; sisters, Susan (Keith) Henson and Joni (Dave) Baker; her
elementary schools, a sixth- Miami County; REED, Sr., Carlton brothers John J. Marvin and Steven (Terri) Marvin along with
grade building, a junior high a number of nieces, nephews, great nieces, great nephews,
and a high school. The Van AMERICAN Montgomery County; BOWERMASTER, Magdalene aunts, uncles, cousins and many, many friends. Deb was a
great mom and loving spouse. She retired from Wright Patter-
Cleve sixth-grade building is CREMATION Montgomery County; FITZSIMMONS, Cheryl son Air Force Base as the Chief of Staffing with 36 years of
more than 100 years old. The SERVICE service and was a highly respected co-worker, mentor and su-
pervisor. She had many interests and enjoyed many activities
newest elementary school Simple Cremation with Montgomery County; HOWARD, Christopher
and was most happy when she was on the move. Deb was an
building is 50 years old. The accomplished golfer and hiked the El Camino de Santiago
high school was built in 1958. Honor and Respect Montgomery County; MICHEL, Jr., Robert
(450+ miles across Spain) and portions of the Appalachian Tri-
The district is working with
the Ohio School Facilities
(937) 274-1072 Shelby County; APPLE, Evalyn
al. She enjoyed travel, visiting many places in the US and over-
seas, but always finding herself most at home in Yellow
A division of Baker-Hazel & Snider Springs. Deb was an avid reader, listened to a wide-range of
Shelby County; MASTELLER, John music, and was well known for her playful sense of humor.
Funeral Home
She will be forever missed and never forgotten. A celebration
Shelby County; PENCE, Michael of life open house and visitation will be held at the YSI Foun-

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dation Multi-Purpose Room at Antioch Midwest Facilities, 900
Dayton Street, Yellow Springs, OH, 45387 on Wednesday, July
5, 2017 from 5:00pm to 8:00pm. In lieu of flowers, donations

CREMATION
are requested in Debs memory to the Yellow Springs Library,
415 Xenia Ave, Yellow Springs, OH, 45387.
APPLE, Evalyn K.

$795
Age 99, of Sidney, passed away June 30, 2017. Services July 5,
12:00 PM, at Cromes-Edwards Funeral Home, Sidney, OH.

(Basic) BOWERMASTER, Magdalene Marie King Raisch


Was born on March 30, 1920, to Aaron and Ida King in Flana-
MASTELLER, John Wallace
937-529-4378 A Tradition of Trust and Service gan, Illinois. She went home to be with her Savior Jesus Christ
on Saturday, July 1, 2017. She was preceded in death by her Age 70, of Sidney, passed away July 1, 2017. Services July 6,
Pryorcfh.com Pryor Crematory first husband David Raisch, her second husband, Charles 10:00 AM, at Cromes-Edwards Funeral Home, Sidney, OH.
& Funeral Home Bowermaster, her parents, her son Robert Raisch, a grand-
daughter Sharyll Osborne, and a great grandson Jeremy MICHEL, Jr., Robert W. "Bob"
Isaacs. She was also preceded in death by her brother Walter Age 94, formerly of Dayton, passed away June 29, 2017. Serv-
AFFORDABLE King and her sister, Mildred Raisch. She is survived by her chil-
dren, Marlin (Marla) Raisch, Marlene (Terry) Kochersperger,
Don (Carol) Raisch, and Norman Raisch. Left to cherish her
ice July 7, 11 a.m. at Davids Cemetery Mausoleum Chapel,
Mad River Rd., Dayton. Newcomer F.H., South Chapel.

CREMATION SERVICE memory are also 16 grandchildren, 30 great grandchildren, 13


great-great grandchildren, and 2 great-great-great grandchil-
MILLER, Betty P.
dren. She was a homemaker and former typesetter at Age 99, of Beavercreek, passed away June 28, 2017. Service
The dignity your loved one deserves Miamisburg News and Dayton Daily Newspapers. Sewing, July 6, 3 p.m. at Marker & Heller F.H., Huber Heights Chapel.
at a cost you can afford cooking, gardening, and collecting dolls were also some of
her many interests. She attended and enjoyed many special PENCE, Michael C. "Mike"
Basic Cremation friendships in the Nazarene Church, the Miamisburg First
Church of God, and Christian Tabernacle/Faircreek during her
Age 69, of Sidney, passed away June 30, 2017. Services July 5,
10:30 AM, at Holy Angle Catholic Church. Adams Funeral
$875 Complete years in Ohio, and Liberty Baptist Church in Ellenboro, North
Carolina during her later years. Always first on her list of pri-
Home, Sidney, OH.
orities was her relationship with Christ and caring about her REED, Sr., Carlton R.
ever growing family. She regularly kept up birthday cards over
GLICKLER FUNERAL HOME the years and remembered everyone at Christmas. Visitation
Age 74, of Piqua, passed away July 1, 2017. Services July 5,
2:00 PM, at Independent Gospel Fellowship, Dayton. Jamieson
937-278-4287 Locally Owned Since 1913 will be held 10 a.m.- 12 Noon (2 hours prior to the Service), & Yannucci Funeral Home, Piqua, OH.
Friday, July 7, 2017, at the First Church of God, 760
Farmersville Pike Germantown, Ohio, where her Celebration
of Life Service will follow at 12 Noon, with Rev. John Naylor
officiating. Burial will be at Miami Valley Memory Gardens. In IN OBSERVANCE OF
lieu of flowers the family requests donations be made to Sa-
maritans Purse, P. O. Box 3000, Boone, NC 28607-3000. Dalton
Funeral Home, Germantown, serving the family. Please share
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condolences at daltonfh.net. OBITUARY PHONE HOURS FOR
Gray Headstone Factory Direct Pricing FITZSIMMONS, Cheryl L. TUESDAY, JULY 4, 2017
$599.00 While Supplies Last.
Age 71, of Kettering, passed away June 30, 2017. Services July will be 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
6, 1:30 PM, at Newcomer Funeral Home, Sought Chapel.
FINAL CONFIRMATION FOR WEDNESDAY, JULY 5
AMERICAN MEMORIAL MOUMENTS, LLC. HOWARD, Christopher J.
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8929 KINGSRIDGE DRIVE DAYTON, OH 45458 Age 57, of Dayton, passed away June 30, 2017. Visitation July for further information call 937.225.2009
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court docket court docket court docket by pub by pub by pub
p y y
DAYTON **** And Abraham Donaldson; 9:00 5723. parcel, per Ohio Revised Code 323.65 estate parcel(s) by paying the Imposi-
MUNICIPAL COURT NEW SUITS 2017 CVG 00786 E Vinebrook Homes - 323.79 et seq., or at any time before tions against the land at any time be-
File date: 06/26/2017 Oh, Llc Vs. Stephon Dowell And Can- CAROLYN RICE, TREASURER OF expiration of the alternative redemp- fore confirmation of sale, or before
301 W. Third Street MONTGOMERY COUNTY, OHIO tion period per Ohio Revised Code transfer or conveyance of the parcel,
Dayton, Ohio 45402 Hon. Dennis J. Adkins dace Lacy; 9:0020 323.65(J) and 323.78(A)-(C). per Ohio Revised Code 323.65 -
www.daytonmunicipalcourt.org 2017CV02966 Anna C Leontsev : Bureau 17 CVG 00788 E Vinebrook Homes Oh, MATHIAS H. HECK, JR. 323.79 et seq., or at any time before
\uFFFC Of Workers Compensation; 30 West Llc Vs. Jeffrey Pak And Tammy Long; PROSECUTING ATTORNEY OF The Office of the Montgomery County, expiration of the alternative redemp-
JUDGES: Spring Street, Columbus, Oh; Worker 9:00 MONTGOMERY COUNTY, OHIO Ohio Clerk of Courts will maintain the tion period per Ohio Revised Code
Hon. Carl S. Henderson Compensation; Gary Plunkett 2017 CVG 00790 E Vinebrook Homes official case file and case docket for 323.65(J) and 323.78(A)-(C).
MARGARET M. CARPER this real estate tax foreclosure. All
(Presiding Judge) 2017CV02972 Citibank Na : William Oh, Llc Vs. Michael Wyatt And Ange- ASSISTANT PROSECUTING ATTORNEY pleadings, petitions, documents and The Office of the Montgomery County,
Hon. Deirdre E. Logan Powers; 140 Napoleon Drive, Ketter- la Johnson; 9:00 ATTORNEY FOR THE PLAINTIFF papers associated with this foreclosure Ohio Clerk of Courts will maintain the
(Administrative Judge) ing, Oh; Mortgage Foreclosure; Mi- 2017 CVG 00792 E Foresite Realty Ohio, and filed by an interested party shall official case file and case docket for
Hon. Daniel G. Gehres chael Carleton Llc Vs. Antonio Reid; 9:00 NOTICE OF HEARING be filed with the Clerk of Courts, and this real estate tax foreclosure. All
Hon. Christopher D. Roberts 2017CV02977 Wells Fargo Bank Na : 2017 CVG 00793 E Foresite Realty Ohio, CASE NO. 2017 BR 00508 will become part of the Board of Revi- pleadings, petitions, documents and
Kenneth Cobb; 1828 Us Route 42 Llc Vs. Latricia Elliott; 9:00 sion case file for this case. papers associated with this foreclosure
Hon. Mia Wortham Spells To: ALL DEFENDANTS NAMED IN and filed by an interested party shall
--- East, Xenia, Oh; Mortgage Foreclo- Hon. Judge JUDGE RILEY THE COMPLAINT Any owner of record may, at any time be filed with the Clerk of Courts, and
MAGISTRATES: sure; Melissa Hamble 2016 CVG 00173 W Harry Thatcher Vs. on or before the fourteenth day after will become part of the Board of Revi-
Mag. Colette E. Moorman Hon. Dennis J. Langer Kyle Yarborough And Jennifer Silva; From: Montgomery County Board service of process is perfected, file a sion case file for this case.
Mag. Brandon C. McClain 2017CV02967 Crystal L Forte : Bureau 10:00 of Revision pleading with the Clerk of Courts re-
--- Of Workers Compensation; 30 West MAGISTRATE BODDIE Address: 451 West Third Street, Third questing that the Board of Revision Any owner of record may, at any time
Floor transfer this case to a court of compe- on or before the fourteenth day after
MARK E. OWENS Spring Street, Columbus, Oh; Worker 2017 CVI 00704 W Barbara Walker Vs. City/Zip: Dayton, Ohio 45402 tent jurisdiction, so that the case can service of process is perfected, file a
Clerk of Court Compensation; Shawn Wollam Big Lots Store #1697; 1:00 Phone: (937) 496-3389 be conducted in accordance with appli- pleading with the Clerk of Courts re-
Telephone 937-333-4300 2017CV02969 Leonard C Gilmore : At 2017 CVR 00497 W Alicia Payne Vs. Ar- cable laws. In that event, the foreclo- questing that the Board of Revision
***** And T; 1025 Lenox Park Blvd, Atlan- nold Smith; 1:00 This is a real estate tax foreclosure law- sure may commence judicially pursuant transfer this case to a court of compe-
NEW SUITS ta, Ga; Civil All Other; Pro Se 0000173700-01 suit for unpaid real estate taxes regard- to Ohio Revised Code 323.25 - 323.28 tent jurisdiction, so that the case can
Hon. Erik R Blaine ing Permanent Parcel(s) numbered I39 or under Chapters 5721, 5722, and be conducted in accordance with appli-
File date: 06/27/2017 01020 0019. You are hereby notified 5723. cable laws. In that event, the foreclo-
2017CV02970 Indian Creek Condomini-
17CVF03151 Cbcs v Jackie Harper Bran-
don A. Blackburn Of C B C S; 1568 W um Association : Roger Griffen; P.o. legal that a final foreclosure hearing is now
scheduled regarding this tax foreclo- CAROLYN RICE, TREASURER OF
sure may commence judicially pursuant
to Ohio Revised Code 323.25 - 323.28
Box 544, Franklin, Oh; Mortgage sure lawsuit against said real estate MONTGOMERY COUNTY, OHIO or under Chapters 5721, 5722, and
1st Ave Columbus, Oh 43212; Con-
tract / Account Cases; $1,317.65 Foreclosure; Emily Zainey notices parcel(s), per Ohio Revised Code
323.65 - 323.79. The hearing will be MATHIAS H. HECK, JR.
5723.
17CVF03152 Cbcs v Lavern Davis Bran- Hon. Mary Wiseman
LEGAL NOTICE NO. 32 held on Friday, August 18, 2017, at PROSECUTING ATTORNEY OF CAROLYN RICE, TREASURER OF
don A. Blackburn Of C B C S; 1568 W 2017CV02971 Silver Creek Condomini- 9:00 a.m. in the County Administration MONTGOMERY COUNTY, OHIO MONTGOMERY COUNTY, OHIO
1st Ave Columbus, Oh 43212; Con- um Association : Craig A Coombe; Notice is hereby given that the Univer- Building, 451 West Third Street, Third
tract / Account Cases; $1,698.44 5233 Belle Isle Drive, Dayton, Oh; sity of Dayton being the owner, has Floor, Dayton, Ohio 45402. MARGARET M. CARPER MATHIAS H. HECK, JR.
17CVF03153 Portfolio Recovery Associ- Mortgage Foreclosure; Emily Zainey made application to the Director of ASSISTANT PROSECUTING ATTORNEY PROSECUTING ATTORNEY OF
ates, Llc v Christopher A Payton 2017CV02973 Heartland Federal Credit Public Works for construction, opera- Montgomery County records list you as ATTORNEY FOR THE PLAINTIFF MONTGOMERY COUNTY, OHIO
Union : Bobbie L Jordan; 1437 tion, maintenance repair and replace- an owner or an interested party in said
James Colabianchi, Jr Of Portfolio real estate parcel(s). You may avoid NOTICE OF HEARING MARGARET M. CARPER
Kipling Dr, Dayton, Oh; Debt Collec- ment of a private force main to allow
Recovery Associates, Inc.; Po Box the discharge of excess ground water foreclosure if you or an interested par- CASE NO. 2017 BR 00509 ASSISTANT PROSECUTING ATTORNEY
12903 Norfolk, Va 23541; Contract / tion - Original Holder; Vincent Lewis through an underground pipe to allow ty pays the full amount of all taxes, as- ATTORNEY FOR THE PLAINTIFF
Account Cases; $628.27 2017CV02976 Miami Valley Hospital : discharge into the Miami River in the sessments, penalties, interest, costs, To: ALL DEFENDANTS NAMED IN
17CVF03154 Cbcs v Stephanie N Dixon Diane Rose; 2008 Logan Ave, Middle- public right-of-way at 1801 Edwin C. and other applicable and permissible THE COMPLAINT NOTICE OF HEARING
town, Oh; Civil All Other; John Moses Blvd. subject to receipt of per- charges incurred to date (called Impo- CASE NO. 2017 BR 00510
Brandon A. Blackburn Of C B C S;
mit from Miami Conservancy District. sitions), per Ohio Revised Code From: Montgomery County Board
1568 W 1st Ave Columbus, Oh Garswood 323.65(E) and 323.72 (A)-(B). Or, you of Revision To: ALL DEFENDANTS NAMED IN
Objections to this addition should be
43212; Contract / Account Cases; Hon. Mary Katherine Huffman filed with said Director on or before may also avoid foreclosure if you enter Address: 451 West Third Street, Third THE COMPLAINT
$2,073.67 2017CV02965 Tena M Dunson : Bureau Thursday, July 6, 2017. into a payment plan, per Ohio Revised Floor
17CVF03155 Cbcs v Grgegory Irvin Bran- Of Workers Compensation; 30 West Code 323.31. To find out if you are el- City/Zip: Dayton, Ohio 45402 From: Montgomery County Board
don A. Blackburn Of C B C S; 1568 W Spring Street, Columbus, Oh; Worker Frederick M. Stovall, Director igible to enter into a payment plan, Phone: (937) 496-3389 of Revision
Department of Public Works you must go to the Montgomery Coun- Address: 451 West Third Street, Third
1st Ave Columbus, Oh 43212; Con- Compensation; Shawn Wollam ty Treasurers Office, 451 West Third This is a real estate tax foreclosure law- Floor
tract / Account Cases; $2,514.54 Hon. Richard S. Skelton Street, Second Floor, Dayton, Ohio suit for unpaid real estate taxes regard- City/Zip: Dayton, Ohio 45402
Published in the Dayton Daily News on
17CVF03156 Cbcs v Daniel Jones Bran- 2017CV02968 William F Kenny : Bureau June 26, 2017 and July 3, 2017. 45402. ing Permanent Parcel(s) numbered G29 Phone: (937) 496-3389
don A. Blackburn Of C B C S; 1568 W Of Workers Compensation; 30 West 6-26,7-3/2017 18202A0143, G29 18202A0144, G29
1st Ave Columbus, Oh 43212; Con- Spring Street, Columbus, Oh; Worker 0000168492-01 Upon foreclosure, if the Impositions ex- 18202A0145, G29 18202A1046 . You This is a real estate tax foreclosure law-
Compensation; Shawn Wollam ceed the Montgomery County Audito- are hereby notified that a final foreclo- suit for unpaid real estate taxes regard-
tract / Account Cases; $2,368.27 rs valuation of the real estate sure hearing is now scheduled regard- ing Permanent Parcel(s) numbered G29
Hon. Timothy N. OConnell
17CVG03157 Wells Fargo Bank Na v
Kandiss McQuay Aka Kandiss Messer, 2017CV02974 Pennymac Loan Services service parcel(s), the property is eligible to be
transferred directly to a municipality,
ing this tax foreclosure lawsuit against
said real estate parcel(s), per Ohio Re-
18202A0043, 0044. You are hereby no-
tified that a final foreclosure hearing is
Et Al Jacqueline M Wirtz Of Manley Llc : Kelly K Atkinson; 1072 Bosco school district, land reutilization corpo- vised Code 323.65 - 323.79. The hear- now scheduled regarding this tax fore-
Deas Kochalski Llc; Po Box 165028 Ave, Vandalia, Oh; Mortgage Fore- by pub ration, township, county, or eligible
community development group with-
ing will be held on Friday, August 18,
2017, at 9:00 a.m. in the County Ad-
closure lawsuit against said real estate
parcel(s), per Ohio Revised Code
Columbus, Oh 43216; Forcible Entry closure; Thomas Drinan
LEGAL NOTICE out a Sheriffs sale; or, upon expiration ministration Building, 451 West Third 323.65 - 323.79. The hearing will be
& Detainer 2017CV02975 Day Air Credit Union Inc : of twenty-eight (28) days from the Street, Third Floor, Dayton, Ohio held on Friday, August 18, 2017, at
17CVG03158 Volusia Investment Prop- Mondrace Brantley; 730 Tyson Ave, date of any journalized decree of fore- 45402. 9:00 a.m. in the County Administration
Defendant, Kelly A. Smith, whose
erties Llc v Lisa Horning And All Oth- Dayton, Oh; Civil All Other; Douglas present or last known addresses are closure, the property may likewise be Building, 451 West Third Street, Third
er Occupants Richard G Knostman; Stephan 2257 Hazelton Avenue, Dayton, OH transferred to any such entity without Montgomery County records list you as Floor, Dayton, Ohio 45402.
1240 Stanley Ave. Dayton, Oh 45404; 0000173680-01 45431 and 5353 Villagebrook Drive, further notice and without Sheriffs an owner or an interested party in said
Wesley Chapel, FL 33544, and the un- sale. real estate parcel(s). You may avoid Montgomery County records list you as
Forcible Entry & Detainer MONTGOMERY foreclosure if you or an interested par- an owner or an interested party in said
known spouse, heirs, devisees, lega-
17CVI03159 Charles Henry v Dontai COUNTY tees, assignees, executors, administra- Failure to defend your interests may re- ty pays the full amount of all taxes, as- real estate parcel(s). You may avoid
Goodard; Small Claims; $1,141.53 COMMON tors and representatives of Kelly A. sult in an adverse decision against you. sessments, penalties, interest, costs, foreclosure if you or an interested par-
17CVF03160 Capital One Bank (usa) v PLEAS COURT Smith, and the unknown guardians of This means that the aforesaid real es- and other applicable and permissible ty pays the full amount of all taxes, as-
Minnie L Ross Thomas R Myers Of minor and/or incompetent heirs of Kel- tate parcel(s) may be foreclosed upon, charges incurred to date (called Impo- sessments, penalties, interest, costs,
DOMESTIC RELATIONS DIVISION sold at Sheriffs sale for the Impositions sitions), per Ohio Revised Code and other applicable and permissible
Cheek Law Offices; 471 East Broad ly A. Smith;
DAYTON-MONTGOMERY owed, or transferred or conveyed di- 323.65(E) and 323.72 (A)-(B). Or, you charges incurred to date (called Impo-
St. 12th Fl Columbus, Oh 43215; Con- County Courts Building rectly to a township, municipality, may also avoid foreclosure if you enter sitions), per Ohio Revised Code
Defendant, Unknown Spouse of
tract / Account Cases; $4,731.65 2nd Floor Kelly A. Smith, whose present or last school district, land reutilization corpo- into a payment plan, per Ohio Revised 323.65(E) and 323.72 (A)-(B). Or, you
17CVF03161 Sterling Jewelers Inc. Dba 41 N. Perry Street known address is Unknown, and the ration, county or community develop- Code 323.31. To find out if you are el- may also avoid foreclosure if you enter
Kay Jewelers v James A Franklin Aka unknown spouse, heirs, devisees, lega- ment group in the manner prescribed igible to enter into a payment plan, into a payment plan, per Ohio Revised
Dayton, Ohio 45422-2155 herein. In such event, you may lose
James Franklin Michael S Berkowitz; tees, assignees, executors, administra- you must go to the Montgomery Coun- Code 323.31. To find out if you are el-
http://mcohio.org/dr/ any right, title or interest in said ty Treasurers Office, 451 West Third igible to enter into a payment plan,
75 Public Square, 4th Floor Cleve- tors and representatives of Unknown
\uFFFC Spouse of Kelly A. Smith, and the un- parcel(s). Street, Second Floor, Dayton, Ohio you must go to the Montgomery Coun-
land, Oh 44113; Contract / Account JUDGES: known guardians of minor and/or in- 45402. ty Treasurers Office, 451 West Third
Cases Hon. Denise L. Cross competent heirs of Unknown Spouse Board of Revision Notice Date: Street, Second Floor, Dayton, Ohio
17CVF03162 Sterling Jewelers Inc., Dba (Administrative Judge) of Kelly A. Smith; 7-3, 7-10, 7-17/2017 Upon foreclosure, if the Impositions ex- 45402.
Kay Jewelers v Shelly K Johnson Aka 0000174249-01 ceed the Montgomery County Audito-
Hon. Timothy D. Wood rs valuation of the real estate Upon foreclosure, if the Impositions ex-
Shelly Johnson Michael S Berkowitz; Defendant, Michael H. Siney, Jr.,
--- whose present or last known addresses LEGAL NOTICE parcel(s), the property is eligible to be ceed the Montgomery County Audito-
75 Public Square, 4th Floor Cleve- Gregory A. Brush transferred directly to a municipality, rs valuation of the real estate
are 2257 Hazelton Avenue, Dayton, OH
land, Oh 44113; Contract / Account Clerk of Courts 45431 and 5495 S. Union Road, Defendant, Walter L. Reid, de- school district, land reutilization corpo- parcel(s), the property is eligible to be
Cases Telephone 937-225-6118 Miamisburg, OH 45342, and the un- ceased, whose present or last known ration, township, county, or eligible transferred directly to a municipality,
17CVF03163 Sterling Jewelers Inc., Dba ***** known spouse, heirs, devisees, lega- addresses are 244 Hanover Avenue, community development group with- school district, land reutilization corpo-
Kay Jewelers v Brian Ekberg Michael tees, assignees, executors, administra- Dayton, OH 45417 and c/o Christopher out a Sheriffs sale; or, upon expiration ration, township, county, or eligible
NEW SUITS of twenty-eight (28) days from the community development group with-
S Berkowitz; 75 Public Square, 4th tors and representatives of Michael H. Totty, 2001 Lichfield Avenue, Dayton,
File date: 06/26/2017 Siney, Jr., and the unknown guardians OH 45406, and the unknown spouse, date of any journalized decree of fore- out a Sheriffs sale; or, upon expiration
Floor Cleveland, Oh 44113; Contract / Hon. Denise L. Cross of minor and/or incompetent heirs of heirs, devisees, legatees, assignees, ex- closure, the property may likewise be of twenty-eight (28) days from the
Account Cases 2017DR00557 Gretchen L Dennis : An- Michael H. Siney, Jr.; ecutors, administrators and representa- transferred to any such entity without date of any journalized decree of fore-
17CVG03164 C&d Property Manage- toine Dennis Sr; 11102 Lower Valley tives of Walter L. Reid, deceased, and further notice and without Sheriffs closure, the property may likewise be
ment Inc v Lester Miller Channing M Defendant, Unknown Spouse of Mi- the unknown guardians of minor sale. transferred to any such entity without
Pike, Medway, Oh; Divorce With Chil- further notice and without Sheriffs
Kordik Of Rogers And Greenberg, chael H. Siney, Jr., whose present or last and/or incompetent heirs of Walter L.
dren; Terry Posey Hon. Timothy D known address is Unknown, and the Reid, deceased; Failure to defend your interests may re- sale.
Llp; 40 N. Main St. Ste 2160 Dayton, Wood sult in an adverse decision against you.
unknown spouse, heirs, devisees, lega-
Oh 45423; Forcible Entry & Detainer 2017DR00558 TArammel Ladiamond : tees, assignees, executors, administra- Defendant, Unknown Spouse of This means that the aforesaid real es- Failure to defend your interests may re-
17CVF03165 Capital Auto Credit, Llc v Tyran Gooch; 873 Lancelot Dr, Day- tors and representatives of Unknown Walter L. Reid, deceased, whose pres- tate parcel(s) may be foreclosed upon, sult in an adverse decision against you.
Daivd A Alexander Aka David Spouse of Michael H. Siney, Jr., and the ent or last known address is Unknown, sold at Sheriffs sale for the Impositions This means that the aforesaid real es-
ton, Oh; Divorce Without Children; owed, or transferred or conveyed di- tate parcel(s) may be foreclosed upon,
Alexander; Contract / Account Cases Pro Se unknown guardians of minor and/or and the unknown spouse, heirs, devi-
incompetent heirs of Unknown Spouse sees, legatees, assignees, executors, ad- rectly to a township, municipality, sold at Sheriffs sale for the Impositions
17CVG03166 Blue Sky Properties v Lacy 0000173694-01 school district, land reutilization corpo- owed, or transferred or conveyed di-
of Michael H. Siney, Jr.; ministrators and representatives of Un-
Nicole Kerrigan Douglas C Hahn; 217 MONTGOMERY known Spouse of Walter L. Reid, de- ration, county or community develop- rectly to a township, municipality,
Chatham Dr Kettering, Oh 45429; Defendant, Beneficial Financial I ceased, and the unknown guardians of ment group in the manner prescribed school district, land reutilization corpo-
COUNTY herein. In such event, you may lose ration, county or community develop-
Forcible Entry & Detainer COMMON Inc. successor by merger to Beneficial minor and/or incompetent heirs of Un-
17CVF03167 Usa Freight Llc v Mavlyud Ohio Inc., whose present or last known known Spouse of Walter L. Reid, de- any right, title or interest in said ment group in the manner prescribed
PLEAS COURT addresses are c/o CT Corporation Sys- ceased; parcel(s). herein. In such event, you may lose
Mavlyudov Nathan J. Stuckey Of PROBATE DIVISION any right, title or interest in said
Wright & Schulte; 735 N Limestone St tem, 818 W. 7th Street, Suite 930, Los
DAYTON-MONTGOMERY Angeles, CA 90017 and 636 Grand Re- Defendant, Walter L. Reid, Jr., Board of Revision Notice Date: parcel(s).
Springfield, Oh 45503; Contract / Ac- County Courts Building gency Blvd, Brandon, FL 33510 and 961 whose present or last known address is 7-3, 7-10, 7-17/2017
count Cases N. Weigel Avenue, Elmhurst, IL 60126, 244 Hanover Avenue, Dayton, OH 0000174320-01 Board of Revision Notice Date:
41 N. Perry Street 7-3, 7-10, 7-17/2017
17CVF03168 Midland Funding L L C Do- and the unknown administrators and 45417, and the unknown spouse, heirs,
Dayton, Ohio 45422-2155 representatives of Beneficial Financial I devisees, legatees, assignees, executors, LEGAL NOTICE 0000174343-01
ing Business In Ohio As Midland http:// mcohio.org /probate/
Funding D E Inc v Willie Ross John B Inc. successor by merger to Beneficial administrators and representatives of
\uFFFC Ohio Inc.; Walter L. Reid, Jr., and the unknown Defendant, Robert E. Cochran a/k/a LEGAL NOTICE
Bauer Of Weltman, Weinberg & Reis JUDGE: guardians of minor and/or incompe- Robert E. Cochran, Sr., whose present
Co., L P A; 3705 Marlane Dr Grove Hon. Alice O. McCollum Defendant, Ohio Department of tent heirs of Walter L. Reid, Jr.; or last known addresses are 202 Defendant, Bank REO Solutions Day-
City, Oh 43123-8895; Contract / Ac- --- Taxation, whose present or last known Bluecrest Avenue Dayton, OH 45417 ton, LLC, whose present or last known
count Cases address is c/o Attorney General, 150 Defendant, Unknown Spouse of and 7063 Mission Hills Drive Ypsilanti, addresses are 1341 Shaftesbury Road,
Court Administrator East Gay Street, 21st Floor, Columbus, Walter L. Reid, Jr., whose present or MI 48197 and 5459 Redmond Place Dayton, OH 45406, 2614 Tamiami Trail
17CVF03169 Discover Bank v Karrissa L Ginger Heuker, Chief Deputy
Walter John B Bauer Of Weltman, OH 43215; last known address is Unknown, and Dayton, OH 45417, and the unknown N., #203, Naples, FL 34103, and c/o
Common Pleas Court the unknown spouse, heirs, devisees, spouse, heirs, devisees, legatees, as- John Corey, 120 Cottonwood Lane, Na-
Weinberg & Reis Co., L P A; 3705 Phone 937-225-4560 Above-listed Defendants shall take no- legatees, assignees, executors, adminis- signees, executors, administrators and ples, FL 34112, and the unknown ad-
Marlane Dr Grove City, Oh 43123- ***** tice: that on June 23, 2017, the Prose- trators and representatives of Un- representatives of Robert E. Cochran ministrators and representatives of
8895; Contract / Account Cases cuting Attorney of Montgomery Coun- known Spouse of Walter L. Reid, Jr., a/k/a Robert E. Cochran, Sr., and the Bank REO Solutions Dayton, LLC;
ESTATES OF ty, Ohio, in the name of Plaintiff Caro- and the unknown guardians of minor unknown guardians of minor and/or
17CVG03170 Emmit Ford Dba Jzdia File date: 06/26/2017
Properties v Tiffany Stepps And All lyn Rice as Treasurer of Montgomery and/or incompetent heirs of Unknown incompetent heirs of Robert E. Cochran Defendant, Richard Bowden, LLC,
2017EST01129 The Estate Of Madeline County, Ohio, filed a real estate tax Spouse of Walter L. Reid, Jr.; a/k/a Robert E. Cochran, Sr.; whose present or last known addresses
Others; Forcible Entry & Detainer Coulter; Full Admin;probate Will foreclosure Complaint, Case No. 2017 are c/o Richard Bowden, Esquire, 707
17CVG03171 Royal Lucas v Nichele 2017EST01134 The Estate Of David BR 00508, in the Board of Revision of Defendant, Pamela Powe, whose Defendant, Unknown Spouse of Portside Drive, Naples, FL 34103, and
White And All Others; Forcible Entry Bartee; Release Of Admin; W/o Will Montgomery County, Ohio, 451 West present or last known address is 300 Robert E. Cochran a/k/a Robert E. Co- c/o Mickey Barkett, Esquire, 201 East
& Detainer Third Street, Third Floor, Dayton, Ohio Hanover Avenue, Dayton, OH 45417, chran, Sr., whose present or last known Pine Street, Suite 315, Orlando, FL
2017EST01136 The Estate Of John 45402, (937) 496-3389. The Complaint and the unknown spouse, heirs, devi- address is Unknown, and the unknown 32801, and the unknown administra-
17CVG03172 5 Star Investments, L L C v Rininger Jr.; Full Admin;probate Will alleges that delinquent real estate tax- sees, legatees, assignees, executors, ad- spouse, heirs, devisees, legatees, as- tors and representatives of Richard
Kori Adams And All Others Stephen 2017EST00536 The Estate Of Jean Con- es stand charged against certain real ministrators and representatives of Pa- signees, executors, administrators and Bowden, LLC;
D Behnke Of Wright & Schulte, Llc; rad; Release Of Admin;probate Will estate, Permanent Parcel(s) numbered mela Powe, and the unknown guardi- representatives of Unknown Spouse of
865 S. Dixie Drive Vandalia, Oh 2017EST01003 The Estate Of Salvadore I39 01020 0019; that the parcel(s) con- ans of minor and/or incompetent heirs Robert E. Cochran a/k/a Robert E. Co- Defendant, OneMain Financial, Inc.
45377; Forcible Entry & Detainer stitute abandoned lands pursuant to of Pamela Powe; chran, Sr., and the unknown guardians f/k/a Springleaf Financial Services, Inc.
Lepe; Full Admin; W/o Will Ohio Revised Code 323.65 - 323.79; of minor and/or incompetent heirs of f/k/a American General Finance, Inc.
JUDGEMENTS 2017EST01094 The Estate Of Herbert
File date: 06/27/2017 that the parcel(s) will be sold at a pub- Defendant, Unknown Spouse of Pa- Unknown Spouse of Robert E. Cochran a/k/a American General Financial Serv-
McLaughlin; Full Admin;probate Will lic auction or otherwise transferred or mela Powe, whose present or last a/k/a Robert E. Cochran, Sr.; ices, Inc., whose present or last known
16CVF04067 Jefferson Capital Systems, HEARINGS conveyed to a political subdivision, known address is Unknown, and the address is 601 N.W. 2nd Street, Evans-
Llc v Steven Collier Mia Wortham File date: 06/20/2017 land reutilization corporation, school unknown spouse, heirs, devisees, lega- Defendant, Conseco Finance Servic- ville, IN 47708, and the unknown ad-
Spells;Bradley E Sherman Of Jcap Hon. Judge ALICE O. MCCOLLUM district or eligible community develop- tees, assignees, executors, administra- ing Corp. f/k/a Green Tree Financial ministrators and representatives of
Holdings, L L C; Po Box 17210 Gold- ment organization if not redeemed by tors and representatives of Unknown Servicing Corporation, whose present OneMain Financial, Inc. f/k/a Springleaf
2017MSC00154 The Civil Case Of Talmai the owner or other above-listed De- Spouse of Pamela Powe, and the un- or last known addresses are 332 Minne- Financial Services, Inc. f/k/a American
en, Co 80402; Judgment For The Bolden; Transfer Of Rights fendants; that the sale, transfer or con- known guardians of minor and/or in- sota Street, Suite 600 Saint Paul, MN General Finance, Inc. a/k/a American
Plaintiff: Judgment Entry; $651.05 2017MSC00153 The Civil Case Of N. veyance will occur per Ohio Revised competent heirs of Unknown Spouse 55101 and c/o CT Corporation System General Financial Services, Inc.;
0000173688-01 Code 323.65 - 323.79, and that the of Pamela Powe; 4400 Easton Commons Way, Suite 125
Alexander; Transfer Of Rights
0000173697-01 owner or other above-listed Defend- Columbus, OH 43219, and the un- Defendant, Scott G. Williams,
MONTGOMERY ants may redeem the listed real estate Above-listed Defendants shall take no- known administrators and representa- whose present or last known address is
COUNTY MONTGOMERY parcel(s) by paying the Impositions tice: that on June 23, 2017, the Prose- tives of Conseco Finance Servicing 6082 Arrowhead Drive, Huntington
COMMON COUNTY against the land at any time before cuting Attorney of Montgomery Coun- Corp. f/k/a Green Tree Financial Servic- Beach, CA 92647, and the unknown
PLEAS COURT MUNICIPAL confirmation of sale, or before transfer ty, Ohio, in the name of Plaintiff Caro- ing Corporation; spouse, heirs, devisees, legatees, as-
CIVIL DIVISION COURT or conveyance of the parcel, per Ohio lyn Rice as Treasurer of Montgomery signees, executors, administrators and
Revised Code 323.65 - 323.79 et seq., County, Ohio, filed a real estate tax Above-listed Defendants shall take no- representatives of Scott G. Williams,
DAYTON-MONTGOMERY TROTWOOD, BROOKVILLE, or at any time before expiration of the foreclosure Complaint, Case No. 2017 tice: that on June 23, 2017, the Prose- and the unknown guardians of minor
County Courts Building HUBER HEIGHTS, alternative redemption period per BR 00509, in the Board of Revision of cuting Attorney of Montgomery Coun- and/or incompetent heirs of Scott G.
41 N. Perry Street RIVERSIDE AND TWPS OF CLAY, Ohio Revised Code 323.65(J) and Montgomery County, Ohio, 451 West ty, Ohio, in the name of Plaintiff Caro- Williams;
Dayton, Ohio 45422-2155 JACKSON, JEFFERSON AND PERRY 323.78(A)-(C). Third Street, Third Floor, Dayton, Ohio lyn Rice as Treasurer of Montgomery
http://montcourt.org www.mccountycourts.org/\uFFFC 45402, (937) 496-3389. The Complaint County, Ohio, filed a real estate tax Above-listed Defendants shall take no-
The Office of the Montgomery County, alleges that delinquent real estate tax- foreclosure Complaint, Case No. 2017 tice: that on June 26, 2017, the Prose-
\uFFFC JUDGES: Ohio Clerk of Courts will maintain the es stand charged against certain real BR 00510, in the Board of Revision of cuting Attorney of Montgomery Coun-
JUDGES: Hon. Adele M. Riley official case file and case docket for estate, Permanent Parcel(s) numbered Montgomery County, Ohio, 451 West ty, Ohio, in the name of Plaintiff Caro-
Hon. Dennis J. Adkins (Presiding Judge) this real estate tax foreclosure. All G29 18202A0143, G29 18202A0144, Third Street, Third Floor, Dayton, Ohio lyn Rice as Treasurer of Montgomery
Hon. Steven K. Dankof Hon. James D. Piergies pleadings, petitions, documents and G29 18202A0145, G29 18202A1046; 45402, (937) 496-3389. The Complaint County, Ohio, filed a real estate tax
Hon. Barbara P. Gorman (Administrative Judge) papers associated with this foreclosure that the parcel(s) constitute aban- alleges that delinquent real estate tax- foreclosure Complaint, Case No. 2017
and filed by an interested party shall doned lands pursuant to Ohio Revised es stand charged against certain real BR 00512, in the Board of Revision of
(Presiding Judge) Hon. James A. Hensley be filed with the Clerk of Courts, and Code 323.65 - 323.79; that the estate, Permanent Parcel(s) numbered Montgomery County, Ohio, 451 West
Hon. Mary Katherine Huffman --- will become part of the Board of Revi- parcel(s) will be sold at a public auction G29 18202A0043, 0044; that the Third Street, Third Floor, Dayton, Ohio
(Admin. Judge-General Division) Gregory A. Brush sion case file for this case. or otherwise transferred or conveyed parcel(s) constitute abandoned lands 45402, (937) 496-3389. The Complaint
Hon. Michael W. Krumholtz Clerk of Courts to a political subdivision, land reutiliza- pursuant to Ohio Revised Code 323.65 alleges that delinquent real estate tax-
Hon. Dennis J. Langer Telephone 937-225-6118 Any owner of record may, at any time tion corporation, school district or eli- - 323.79; that the parcel(s) will be sold es stand charged against certain real
Hon. Timothy N. OConnell ***** on or before the fourteenth day after gible community development organi- at a public auction or otherwise trans- estate, Permanent Parcel(s) numbered
service of process is perfected, file a zation if not redeemed by the owner ferred or conveyed to a political subdi- R72 12113 0057; that the parcel(s) con-
Hon. Gregory F. Singer ASSIGNMENTS pleading with the Clerk of Courts re- or other above-listed Defendants; that vision, land reutilization corporation, stitute abandoned lands pursuant to
Hon. Richard S. Skelton Hearing Date: 07/06/2017 questing that the Board of Revision the sale, transfer or conveyance will oc- school district or eligible community Ohio Revised Code 323.65 - 323.79;
Hon. Michael L. Tucker Hon. Judge JUDGE PIERGIES transfer this case to a court of compe- cur per Ohio Revised Code 323.65 - development organization if not re- that the parcel(s) will be sold at a pub-
Hon. Mary L. Wiseman 2017 CVG 00781 E Vinebrook Homes tent jurisdiction, so that the case can 323.79, and that the owner or other deemed by the owner or other above- lic auction or otherwise transferred or
--- Oh, Llc Vs. Cody Butcher And Nicho- be conducted in accordance with appli- above-listed Defendants may redeem listed Defendants; that the sale, trans- conveyed to a political subdivision,
cable laws. In that event, the foreclo- the listed real estate parcel(s) by pay- fer or conveyance will occur per Ohio land reutilization corporation, school
Gregory A. Brush las Butcher; 9:00 sure may commence judicially pursuant ing the Impositions against the land at Revised Code 323.65 - 323.79, and district or eligible community develop-
Clerk of Courts 2017 CVG 00784 E Vinebrook Homes to Ohio Revised Code 323.25 - 323.28 any time before confirmation of sale, that the owner or other above-listed ment organization if not redeemed by
Telephone 937-225-6118 Oh, Llc Vs. Anita Wells Donaldson or under Chapters 5721, 5722, and or before transfer or conveyance of the Defendants may redeem the listed real the owner or other above-listed De-

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fendants; that the sale, transfer or con- service of process is perfected, file a foreclosure if you or an interested par- herein. In such event, you may lose Woodcock, whose last known address LEGAL NOTICE
veyance will occur per Ohio Revised pleading with the Clerk of Courts re- ty pays the full amount of all taxes, as- any right, title or interest in said is 112 McClure Street Dayton, OH
Code 323.65 - 323.79, and that the questing that the Board of Revision sessments, penalties, interest, costs, parcel(s). 45403, and The Unknown Heirs, Devi- In the Court of Common Pleas of
owner or other above-listed Defend- transfer this case to a court of compe- and other applicable and permissible sees, Legatees, Executors, Administra- Montgomery County, Ohio , Case No.
ants may redeem the listed real estate tent jurisdiction, so that the case can charges incurred to date (called Impo- Board of Revision Notice Date: tors, Spouses and Assigns and the Un- 2017 CV 2424, D.A.N. Joint Venture III
parcel(s) by paying the Impositions be conducted in accordance with appli- sitions), per Ohio Revised Code 7-3, 7-10, 7-17/2017 known Guardians of Minor and/or In- LP. V. LaTonya Benson et. al. whose
against the land at any time before cable laws. In that event, the foreclo- 323.65(E) and 323.72 (A)-(B). Or, you 0000174650-01 competent Heirs of James D. Wood- place of residence is unknown, and
confirmation of sale, or before transfer sure may commence judicially pursuant may also avoid foreclosure if you enter cock, all of whose residences are un- whose last known residence was 1617
or conveyance of the parcel, per Ohio to Ohio Revised Code 323.25 - 323.28 into a payment plan, per Ohio Revised WWR#10142641 known and cannot by reasonable dili- Kipling Dr, Dayton, OH 45406, will take
Revised Code 323.65 - 323.79 et seq., or under Chapters 5721, 5722, and Code 323.31. To find out if you are el- gence be ascertained, will take notice notice that on May 22, 2017 D.A.N.
or at any time before expiration of the 5723. igible to enter into a payment plan, LEGAL NOTICE FOR SERVICE that on the 21st day of April, 2017, Joint Venture III LP as Plaintiff filed a
alternative redemption period per you must go to the Montgomery Coun- BY PUBLICATION Bank of America, N.A. filed its Com- complaint in the above Court demand-
Ohio Revised Code 323.65(J) and CAROLYN RICE, TREASURER OF ty Treasurers Office, 451 West Third IN THE COURT OF COMMON plaint in the Common Pleas Court of ing the quiet title on the real estate
323.78(A)-(C). MONTGOMERY COUNTY, OHIO Street, Second Floor, Dayton, Ohio PLEASMONTGOMERY COUNTY, OHIO Montgomery County, Ohio in Case No. herein described. Said real estate is set
45402. CASE NO. 2017 CV 00437 2017 CV 01916, on the docket of the forth as follows: Situated in the County
The Office of the Montgomery County, MATHIAS H. HECK, JR. JUDGE: DENNIS J. LANGER Court, and the object and demand for of Montgomery, State of Ohio, City of
Ohio Clerk of Courts will maintain the PROSECUTING ATTORNEY OF Upon foreclosure, if the Impositions ex- relief of which pleading is to foreclose Dayton: Being lot Numbered Seventy
official case file and case docket for MONTGOMERY COUNTY, OHIO ceed the Montgomery County Audito- TAX EASE OHIO, LLC the lien of plaintiffs mortgage record- Two Thousand Three Hundred Ten
this real estate tax foreclosure. All rs valuation of the real estate Plaintiff ed upon the following described real (72310) of the consecutive and revised
pleadings, petitions, documents and MARGARET M. CARPER parcel(s), the property is eligible to be vs. estate to wit: numbers of lots on the plat of the said
papers associated with this foreclosure ASSISTANT PROSECUTING ATTORNEY transferred directly to a municipality, ROBERT M. LATTIMORE, et al. Property Address: 112 McClure Street, city of Dayton, Ohio., PPN R72-162-1-49
and filed by an interested party shall ATTORNEY FOR THE PLAINTIFF school district, land reutilization corpo- Defendants Dayton, OH 45403 and being more par- . The above named defendants are re-
be filed with the Clerk of Courts, and ration, township, county, or eligible ticularly described in plaintiffs mort- quired to answer within twenty-eight
will become part of the Board of Revi- NOTICE OF HEARING community development group with- To: Dale Inman and Unknown Spouse, gage recorded in Mortgage Book days after last publication, which shall
sion case file for this case. CASE NO. 2017 BR 00513 out a Sheriffs sale; or, upon expiration if any, of Dale Inman, Name Unknown Mortgage No. 03-096275, of this Coun- be published once a week for six con-
of twenty-eight (28) days from the you will take notice that on the 26th ty Recorders Office. secutive weeks, or they might be de-
Any owner of record may, at any time To: ALL DEFENDANTS NAMED IN date of any journalized decree of fore- day of January, 2017, Plaintiff, filed a All of the above named defendants are nied a hearing in this case. Jeffrey S.
on or before the fourteenth day after THE COMPLAINT closure, the property may likewise be Complaint for foreclosure in the Mont- required to answer within twenty- Routh, attorney for the Plaintiff, 407
service of process is perfected, file a transferred to any such entity without gomery County Court of Common eight (28) days after last publication, Vine Street, suite 184, Cincinnati, Ohio
pleading with the Clerk of Courts re- From: Montgomery County Board further notice and without Sheriffs Pleas, 41 North Perry Street, Dayton, which shall be published once a week 45202. (513) 579-1800, Fax (513) 672-
questing that the Board of Revision of Revision sale. OH 45402-1431, being Case No. 2017 for three consecutive weeks, or they 9044.
transfer this case to a court of compe- Address: 451 West Third Street, Third CV 00437, alleging that there is due to might be denied a hearing in this case. 6-19, 6-26, 7-3, 7-10, 7-17, 7-24/2017
tent jurisdiction, so that the case can Floor Failure to defend your interests may re- the Plaintiff on the Tax Certificate No. Isl Matthew I. McKelvey 0000162254-01
be conducted in accordance with appli- City/Zip: Dayton, Ohio 45402 sult in an adverse decision against you. 2014-0000000009, the principal Matthew I. McKelvey, Trial Counsel
cable laws. In that event, the foreclo- Phone: (937) 496-3389 This means that the aforesaid real es- amount of $ 4.62, plus interest at Ohio Supreme Court Reg. No. 0074762 LEGAL NOTICE
sure may commence judicially pursuant tate parcel(s) may be foreclosed upon, 17.50% from June 12, 2014 through LERNER, SAMPSON & ROTHFUSS
to Ohio Revised Code 323.25 - 323.28 This is a real estate tax foreclosure law- sold at Sheriffs sale for the Impositions December 13, 2016, plus interest at Attorneys for Plaintiff In the Court of Common Pleas of
or under Chapters 5721, 5722, and suit for unpaid real estate taxes regard- owed, or transferred or conveyed di- 18.00% per annum thereafter; Tax Cer- P.O. Box 5480 Montgomery County, Ohio , Case No.
5723. ing Permanent Parcel(s) numbered G27 rectly to a township, municipality, tificate No. 2015-0000000184, the prin- Cincinnati, OH 45201-5480 2017 CV 2426, D.A.N. Joint Venture III
18316 0026. You are hereby notified school district, land reutilization corpo- cipal amount of $3,564.11, plus interest (513) 241-3100 LP. V. Vernita Sumlin et. al. whose
CAROLYN RICE, TREASURER OF that a final foreclosure hearing is now ration, county or community develop- at 18.00% from October 2, 2015; Tax attyemail@lsrlaw.com place of residence is unknown, and
MONTGOMERY COUNTY, OHIO scheduled regarding this tax foreclo- ment group in the manner prescribed Certificate No. 2016-0000000285, the 6-26, 7-3, 7-10/2017 whose last known residence was 1900
sure lawsuit against said real estate herein. In such event, you may lose principal amount of $1,441.07, plus in- 0000169312-01 Arlene Dr, Dayton, OH 45406, will take
MATHIAS H. HECK, JR. parcel(s), per Ohio Revised Code any right, title or interest in said terest at 18.00% from October 18, notice that on May 22, 2017 D.A.N.
PROSECUTING ATTORNEY OF 323.65 - 323.79. The hearing will be parcel(s). 2016; and the amount paid to the Joint Venture III LP as Plaintiff filed a
MONTGOMERY COUNTY, OHIO held on Friday, August 18, 2017, at County Treasurer for current taxes, in- LEGAL NOTICE complaint in the above Court demand-
9:00 a.m. in the County Administration Board of Revision Notice Date: terest, and charges not covered by the ing the quiet title on the real estate
MARGARET M. CARPER Building, 451 West Third Street, Third 7-3, 7-10, 7-17/2017 Tax Certificates in the principal amount That the last known residence of De- herein described. Said real estate is set
ASSISTANT PROSECUTING ATTORNEY Floor, Dayton, Ohio 45402. 0000174644-01 of Taxes, assessments, penalties, inter- fendant, Laymon Danley, deceased, forth as follows: Situated in the County
ATTORNEY FOR THE PLAINTIFF est and charges that are not covered by was 2154 Falmouth Avenue, Dayton, of Montgomery, State of Ohio, City of
Montgomery County records list you as a tax certificate, Plaintiff is owed as of OH 45417-5446 and 7160 Dayton- Dayton: Being lot Numbered Seventy
LEGAL NOTICE December 13, 2016, the principal
NOTICE OF HEARING an owner or an interested party in said Liberty Road, Dayton, OH 45417, and Thousand Four Hundred Sixty-six
CASE NO. 2017 BR 00512 real estate parcel(s). You may avoid amount of $ 0.00, plus interest at that the names and residences of the (70466) of the consecutive and revised
Defendant, Rochell M. Jones a/k/a 18.00% from December 13, 2016, plus
foreclosure if you or an interested par- Rochell Jones, whose present or last unknown spouse, heirs, devisees, lega- numbers of lots on the plat of the said
To: ALL DEFENDANTS NAMED IN ty pays the full amount of all taxes, as- additional amounts as may accrue dur- tees, assignees, executors, administra- city of Dayton, Ohio., PPN R72-159-03-
known addresses are 301 Colgate Ave- ing the pendency of this action as is al-
THE COMPLAINT sessments, penalties, interest, costs, nue, Dayton, OH 45427, and 4147 Syl- tors and representatives of Laymon 0039 . The above named defendants
and other applicable and permissible lowed by Ohio Revised Code Sections Danley, deceased, and the unknown are required to answer within twenty-
van Drive, Dayton, OH 45417, and the 5721.30 through 5721.41 or otherwise,
From: Montgomery County Board charges incurred to date (called Impo- unknown spouse, heirs, devisees, lega- guardians of minor and/or incompe- eight days after last publication, which
of Revision sitions), per Ohio Revised Code plus attorney fees and additional tent heirs of Laymon Danley, deceased; shall be published once a week for six
tees, assignees, executors, administra- amounts due which are secured by the
Address: 451 West Third Street, Third 323.65(E) and 323.72 (A)-(B). Or, you tors and representatives of Rochell M. that the last known residence of De- consecutive weeks, or they might be
Floor may also avoid foreclosure if you enter Tax Lien Certificates on the real prop- fendant, Unknown Spouse of Curtis denied a hearing in this case. Jeffrey S.
Jones a/k/a Rochell Jones, and the un- erty, which has a street address of 5085
City/Zip: Dayton, Ohio 45402 into a payment plan, per Ohio Revised known guardians of minor and/or in- Danley, was address unknown, and Routh, attorney for the Plaintiff, 407
Phone: (937) 496-3389 Code 323.31. To find out if you are el- Altrim Road, Dayton, OH 45417, being that the names and residences of the Vine Street, suite 184, Cincinnati, Ohio
competent heirs of Rochell M. Jones permanent parcel number Parcel No.:
igible to enter into a payment plan, a/k/a Rochell Jones; unknown spouse, heirs, devisees, lega- 45202. (513) 579-1800, Fax (513) 672-
This is a real estate tax foreclosure law- you must go to the Montgomery Coun- G27 18218 0020. tees, assignees, executors, administra- 9044.
suit for unpaid real estate taxes regard- ty Treasurers Office, 451 West Third Plaintiff further alleges that the Tax tors and representatives of Unknown 6-19, 6-26, 7-3, 7-10, 7-17, 7-24/2017
Defendant, Unknown Spouse of Certificate(s) be deemed a valid first
ing Permanent Parcel(s) numbered R72 Street, Second Floor, Dayton, Ohio Rochell M. Jones a/k/a Rochell Jones, Spouse of Curtis Danley, and the un- 0000162259-01
12113 0057. You are hereby notified 45402. statutory lien on the Property pursuant known guardians of minor and/or in-
whose present or last known address is to ORC 5721.10 and 5721.35, and
that a final foreclosure hearing is now Unknown, and the unknown spouse, competent heirs of Unknown Spouse LEGAL NOTICE
scheduled regarding this tax foreclo- Upon foreclosure, if the Impositions ex- otherwise, for the amount owing, to- of Curtis Danley; that the last known
heirs, devisees, legatees, assignees, ex- gether with Plaintiffs advances for
sure lawsuit against said real estate ceed the Montgomery County Audito- ecutors, administrators and representa- residence of Defendant, Unknown In the Court of Common Pleas of
parcel(s), per Ohio Revised Code rs valuation of the real estate demolition and other costs, the Spouse of Celia Quick, was address un- Montgomery County, Ohio , Case No.
tives of Unknown Spouse of Rochell M. amount owing on subsequent tax cer-
323.65 - 323.79. The hearing will be parcel(s), the property is eligible to be Jones a/k/a Rochell Jones, and the un- known, and that the names and resi- 2017 CV 2428, D.A.N. Joint Venture III
held on Friday, August 18, 2017, at transferred directly to a municipality, tificates acquired by Plaintiff concern- dences of the unknown spouse, heirs, LP. V. Wanda Little , deceased and her
known guardians of minor and/or in- ing the Property, taxes, assessments,
9:00 a.m. in the County Administration school district, land reutilization corpo- competent heirs of Unknown Spouse devisees, legatees, assignees, executors, unknown heirs, devisees et. al. whose
Building, 451 West Third Street, Third ration, township, county, or eligible and other charges, costs and attorneys administrators and representatives of place of residence is unknown, and
of Rochell M. Jones a/k/a Rochell Jones; fees; and by reason of a default in pay-
Floor, Dayton, Ohio 45402. community development group with- Unknown Spouse of Celia Quick, and whose last known residence was 4054
out a Sheriffs sale; or, upon expiration ment by Robert M. Lattimore, for the unknown guardians of minor Middlehurst Dr, Dayton, OH 45406, will
Above-listed Defendants shall take no- amounts due pursuant to the Tax Lien
Montgomery County records list you as of twenty-eight (28) days from the tice: that on June 26, 2017, the Prose- and/or incompetent heirs of Unknown take notice that on May 22, 2017
an owner or an interested party in said date of any journalized decree of fore- Certificates; Plaintiff alleges such lien(s) Spouse of Celia Quick; that the last D.A.N. Joint Venture III LP as Plaintiff
cuting Attorney of Montgomery Coun- are entitled to be foreclosed, that the
real estate parcel(s). You may avoid closure, the property may likewise be ty, Ohio, in the name of Plaintiff Caro- known residence of Defendant, Un- filed a complaint in the above Court
foreclosure if you or an interested par- transferred to any such entity without Court make findings in accordance known Spouse of Elsie M. Pascal, was demanding the quiet title on the real
lyn Rice as Treasurer of Montgomery with ORC 5721.39 (A) and (B), and
ty pays the full amount of all taxes, as- further notice and without Sheriffs County, Ohio, filed a real estate tax address unknown, and that the names estate herein described. Said real es-
sessments, penalties, interest, costs, sale. that unless the amount found due, in- and residences of the unknown spouse, tate is set forth as follows: Situated in
foreclosure Complaint, Case No. 2017 cluding Plaintiffs attorneys fees and
and other applicable and permissible BR 00515, in the Board of Revision of heirs, devisees, legatees, assignees, ex- the County of Montgomery, State of
charges incurred to date (called Impo- Failure to defend your interests may re- costs relating directly or indirectly to ecutors, administrators and representa- Ohio, City of Dayton: Being lot Num-
Montgomery County, Ohio, 451 West the Tax Certificate(s), be tendered to
sitions), per Ohio Revised Code sult in an adverse decision against you. Third Street, Third Floor, Dayton, Ohio tives of Unknown Spouse of Elsie M. bered Sixty Eight Thousand Nine Hun-
323.65(E) and 323.72 (A)-(B). Or, you This means that the aforesaid real es- the Plaintiff prior to the filing of an Pascal, and the unknown guardians of dred and five (68905) of the consecu-
45402, (937) 496-3389. The Complaint Entry of Confirmation of Sale in this
may also avoid foreclosure if you enter tate parcel(s) may be foreclosed upon, alleges that delinquent real estate tax- minor and/or incompetent heirs of Un- tive and revised numbers of lots on the
into a payment plan, per Ohio Revised sold at Sheriffs sale for the Impositions matter, the equity of redemption of all known Spouse of Elsie M. Pascal; that plat of the said city of Dayton, Ohio.,
es stand charged against certain real defendants be foreclosed.
Code 323.31. To find out if you are el- owed, or transferred or conveyed di- estate, Permanent Parcel(s) numbered the last known residence of Defend- PPN R72-158-13-0026 . The above
igible to enter into a payment plan, rectly to a township, municipality, Plaintiff prays that the Defendants ant, Unknown Spouse of Bernice named defendants are required to an-
G29 18202A0122, G29 18202A0123, named above be required to answer
you must go to the Montgomery Coun- school district, land reutilization corpo- G29 18202A0124, and G29 Hugee, was address unknown, and swer within twenty-eight days after
ty Treasurers Office, 451 West Third ration, county or community develop- and assert any interest in said real that the names and residences of the last publication, which shall be publish-
18202A0125; that the parcel(s) consti- property or be forever barred from as-
Street, Second Floor, Dayton, Ohio ment group in the manner prescribed tute abandoned lands pursuant to unknown spouse, heirs, devisees, lega- ed once a week for six consecutive
45402. herein. In such event, you may lose serting any interest therein, for fore- tees, assignees, executors, administra- weeks, or they might be denied a hear-
Ohio Revised Code 323.65 - 323.79; closure of said Tax Lien Certificates,
any right, title or interest in said that the parcel(s) will be sold at a pub- tors and representatives of Unknown ing in this case. Jeffrey S. Routh, attor-
Upon foreclosure, if the Impositions ex- parcel(s). marshalling of liens, and the sale of Spouse of Bernice Hugee, and the un- ney for the Plaintiff, 407 Vine Street,
lic auction or otherwise transferred or said real property, and that the pro-
ceed the Montgomery County Audito- conveyed to a political subdivision, known guardians of minor and/or in- suite 184, Cincinnati, Ohio 45202.
rs valuation of the real estate Board of Revision Notice Date: ceeds of said sale be applied according competent heirs of Unknown Spouse (513) 579-1800, Fax (513) 672-9044.
land reutilization corporation, school to law.
parcel(s), the property is eligible to be 7-3, 7-10, 7-17/2017 district or eligible community develop- of Bernice Hugee; that the last known 6-19, 6-26, 7-3, 7-10, 7-17, 7-24/2017
transferred directly to a municipality, 0000174643-01 Said Defendant is required to file an residence of Defendant, Unknown 0000162285-01
ment organization if not redeemed by Answer on or before the 14TH day of
school district, land reutilization corpo- the owner or other above-listed De- Spouse of Tammy Hugee, was address
ration, township, county, or eligible LEGAL NOTICE AUGUST, 2017. unknown, and that the names and resi- LEGAL NOTICE
fendants; that the sale, transfer or con- By Tina Woods Attorney for Plaintiff
community development group with- veyance will occur per Ohio Revised dences of the unknown spouse, heirs,
out a Sheriffs sale; or, upon expiration Defendant, Robert L. Williams III, Tax Ease Ohio, LLC devisees, legatees, assignees, executors, In the Court of Common Pleas of
Code 323.65 - 323.79, and that the c/o Weltman, Weinberg & Montgomery County, Ohio , Case No.
of twenty-eight (28) days from the whose present or last known addresses owner or other above-listed Defend- administrators and representatives of
date of any journalized decree of fore- are 233 Lorenz Avenue, Dayton, OH Reis Co., L.P.A. Unknown Spouse of Tammy Hugee, 2017 CV 2459, D.A.N. Joint Venture III
ants may redeem the listed real estate 525 Vine Street, Suite 800 LP. V. Stanley Mallard et. al. whose
closure, the property may likewise be 45417, and 3321 E. Stroop Road, Apt. parcel(s) by paying the Impositions and the unknown guardians of minor
transferred to any such entity without 201, Kettering, OH 45440, and the un- Cincinnati, Ohio 45202 and/or incompetent heirs of Unknown place of residence is unknown, and
against the land at any time before 7-3,7-10,7-17/2017 whose last known residence was 440
further notice and without Sheriffs known spouse, heirs, devisees, lega- confirmation of sale, or before transfer Spouse of Tammy Hugee; that the last
sale. tees, assignees, executors, administra- 0000174238-01 known residence of Defendant, Un- Lindenwood Rd, Dayton, OH 45417,
or conveyance of the parcel, per Ohio will take notice that on May 24, 2017
tors and representatives of Robert L. Revised Code 323.65 - 323.79 et seq., WWR#10142912 known Spouse of Teresa A. Gentry, was
Failure to defend your interests may re- Williams III, and the unknown guardi- address unknown, and that the names D.A.N. Joint Venture III LP as Plaintiff
or at any time before expiration of the filed a complaint in the above Court
sult in an adverse decision against you. ans of minor and/or incompetent heirs alternative redemption period per LEGAL NOTICE FOR SERVICE BY and residences of the unknown spouse,
This means that the aforesaid real es- of Robert L. Williams III; PUBLICATION heirs, devisees, legatees, assignees, ex- demanding the quiet title on the real
Ohio Revised Code 323.65(J) and estate herein described. Said real es-
tate parcel(s) may be foreclosed upon, 323.78(A)-(C). ecutors, administrators and representa-
sold at Sheriffs sale for the Impositions Defendant, Unknown Spouse of IN THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS tives of Unknown Spouse of Teresa A. tate is set forth as follows: Situated in
owed, or transferred or conveyed di- Robert L. Williams III, whose present or MONTGOMERY COUNTY, OHIO Gentry, and the unknown guardians of the County of Montgomery, State of
The Office of the Montgomery County, Ohio, City of Dayton: Being thirty (30)
rectly to a township, municipality, last known address is Unknown, and Ohio Clerk of Courts will maintain the CASE NO. 2017 CV 00804 minor and/or incompetent heirs of Un-
school district, land reutilization corpo- the unknown spouse, heirs, devisees, JUDGE: MARY KATHERINE HUFFMAN known Spouse of Teresa A. Gentry; and feet taken by parallel lines off the
official case file and case docket for South side of Lot numbered Sixty Two
ration, county or community develop- legatees, assignees, executors, adminis- this real estate tax foreclosure. All that the last known residence of De-
ment group in the manner prescribed trators and representatives of Un- TAX EASE OHIO, LLC fendant, Unknown Spouse of Debra J. Thousand One Hundred forty two
pleadings, petitions, documents and (62142) and twenty (20) Feet taken by
herein. In such event, you may lose known Spouse of Robert L. Williams III, papers associated with this foreclosure Plaintiff Alexander, was address unknown, and
any right, title or interest in said and the unknown guardians of minor vs. that the names and residences of the parallel lines of of the North side of
and filed by an interested party shall Lot Numbered Sixty Two Thousand
parcel(s). and/or incompetent heirs of Unknown be filed with the Clerk of Courts, and RAHMAN MUHAMMAD, et al. unknown spouse, heirs, devisees, lega-
Spouse of Robert L. Williams III; Defendants tees, assignees, executors, administra- One hundred Forty Three (62143) both
will become part of the Board of Revi- of the consecutive and revised num-
Board of Revision Notice Date: sion case file for this case. tors and representatives of Unknown
7-3, 7-10, 7-17/2017 Above-listed Defendants shall take no- To: Rahman Muhammad and Unknown Spouse of Debra J. Alexander, and the bers of lots on the plat of the said city
0000174633-01 tice: that on June 26, 2017, the Prose- Spouse, if any, of Rahman Muhammad, unknown guardians of minor and/or of Dayton, Ohio., PPN R72-127-1-24,25 .
Any owner of record may, at any time The above named defendants are re-
cuting Attorney of Montgomery Coun- on or before the fourteenth day after Name Unknown you will take notice incompetent heirs of Unknown Spouse
LEGAL NOTICE ty, Ohio, in the name of Plaintiff Caro- of Debra J. Alexander, will take notice quired to answer within twenty-eight
service of process is perfected, file a that on the 14th day of February, 2017,
lyn Rice as Treasurer of Montgomery Plaintiff, filed a Complaint for foreclo- that on the 16th day of May, 2017, Car- days after last publication, which shall
pleading with the Clerk of Courts re- be published once a week for six con-
Defendant, Earl Martin Champ County, Ohio, filed a real estate tax questing that the Board of Revision sure in the Montgomery County Court olyn Rice, as Treasurer of Montgomery
a/k/a Earl M. Champ, deceased, whose foreclosure Complaint, Case No. 2017 of Common Pleas, 41 North Perry County, Ohio, filed her Complaint in secutive weeks, or they might be de-
transfer this case to a court of compe- nied a hearing in this case. Jeffrey S.
present or last known address is 4824 BR 00514, in the Board of Revision of tent jurisdiction, so that the case can Street, Dayton, OH 45402-1431, being Case No. 2017 CV 2327, in the Common
Vanguard Avenue, Dayton, OH 45417, Montgomery County, Ohio, 451 West Case No. 2017 CV 00804, alleging that Pleas Court of Montgomery County, Routh, attorney for the Plaintiff, 407
be conducted in accordance with appli- Vine Street, suite 184, Cincinnati, Ohio
and the unknown spouse, heirs, devi- Third Street, Third Floor, Dayton, Ohio cable laws. In that event, the foreclo- there is due to the Plaintiff on the Tax Ohio against Laymon Danley, de-
sees, legatees, assignees, executors, ad- 45402, (937) 496-3389. The Complaint Certificate No. 2014-0000000134, the ceased, et al., Defendants, praying for 45202. (513) 579-1800, Fax (513) 672-
sure may commence judicially pursuant 9044.
ministrators and representatives of Earl alleges that delinquent real estate tax- to Ohio Revised Code 323.25 - 323.28 principal amount of $2,328.09, plus in- a finding for delinquent taxes, assess-
Martin Champ a/k/a Earl M. Champ, de- es stand charged against certain real terest at 17.50% from June 12, 2014 ments, penalties and charges, quieting 6-19, 6-26, 7-3, 7-10, 7-17, 7-24/2017
or under Chapters 5721, 5722, and
ceased, and the unknown guardians of estate, Permanent Parcel(s) numbered 5723. through December 23, 2016, plus inter- of title, equitable relief, and for sale of 0000162278-01
minor and/or incompetent heirs of Earl R72 12601 0079; that the parcel(s) con- est at 18.00% per annum thereafter; the real estate described by Auditors
Martin Champ a/k/a Earl M. Champ, de- stitute abandoned lands pursuant to Parcel I.D. No. G27 01609 0009. NOTICE OF COMPLAINT
CAROLYN RICE, TREASURER OF Tax Certificate No. 2015-0000000541, LAND SALE ACTION REGARDING 1901
ceased; Ohio Revised Code 323.65 - 323.79; MONTGOMERY COUNTY, OHIO the principal amount of $2,553.76, plus
that the parcel(s) will be sold at a pub- Said Defendants are required to an- COLTON DRIVE, DAYTON, OHIO 45420;
interest at 18.00% from October 2, MONTGOMERY COUNTY AUDITORS
Defendant, Unknown Spouse of lic auction or otherwise transferred or MATHIAS H. HECK, JR. 2015; Tax Certificate No. 2016- swer said Complaint on or before the
Earl Martin Champ a/k/a Earl M. conveyed to a political subdivision, 21st day of August, 2017 or a judg- PARCEL NO. N64-8-16-65
PROSECUTING ATTORNEY OF 0000000644, the principal amount of CASE NO. 2017MSC00189
Champ, deceased, whose present or land reutilization corporation, school MONTGOMERY COUNTY, OHIO $1,434.04, plus interest at 18.00% from ment will be rendered as prayed for.
last known address is Unknown, and district or eligible community develop- DAVID R. SCHMIDT v.
October 18, 2016; and the amount paid DAVID R. SCHMIDT, et al.
the unknown spouse, heirs, devisees, ment organization if not redeemed by MARGARET M. CARPER to the County Treasurer for current CAROLYN RICE
legatees, assignees, executors, adminis- the owner or other above-listed De- ASSISTANT PROSECUTING ATTORNEY taxes, interest, and charges not cov- TREASURER OF
trators and representatives of Un- fendants; that the sale, transfer or con- MONTGOMERY COUNTY, OHIO Unknown Devisees, Legatees,
ATTORNEY FOR THE PLAINTIFF ered by the Tax Certificates in the prin- Heirs/Issue of the Estate of Sandi
known Spouse of Earl Martin Champ veyance will occur per Ohio Revised cipal amount of Taxes, assessments,
a/k/a Earl M. Champ, deceased, and the Code 323.65 - 323.79, and that the MATHIAS H. HECK, JR. Gemmen aka Sandi J. Gemmen; Un-
NOTICE OF HEARING penalties, interest and charges that are known Devisees, Legatees, Heirs/Issue
unknown guardians of minor and/or owner or other above-listed Defend- CASE NO. 2017 BR 00515 not covered by a tax certificate, Plain- PROSECUTING ATTORNEY OF
incompetent heirs of Unknown Spouse ants may redeem the listed real estate MONTGOMERY COUNTY, OHIO of the Estate of Sue Ann Gedra; and All
tiff is owed as of December 23, 2016, Individuals and Entities Claiming any
of Earl Martin Champ a/k/a Earl M. parcel(s) by paying the Impositions To: ALL DEFENDANTS NAMED IN the principal amount of $ 0.00, plus
Champ, deceased; against the land at any time before MICHELE PHIPPS Ownership Interest in, or Inchoate Lien
THE COMPLAINT interest at 18.00% from December 23, or Other Encumbrance Upon, Vested or
confirmation of sale, or before transfer 2016, plus additional amounts as may ASSISTANT PROSECUTING ATTORNEY
Defendant, Wells Fargo Bank, Na- or conveyance of the parcel, per Ohio ATTORNEYS FOR PLAINTIFF Inchoate Dower Rights in, or any Other
From: Montgomery County Board accrue during the pendency of this ac- Interests in the Real Estate Located at
tional Association f/k/a Wells Fargo Revised Code 323.65 - 323.79 et seq., of Revision tion as is allowed by Ohio Revised 7-3, 7-10, 7-17/2017
Bank Minnesota, National Association, or at any time before expiration of the 0000174625-01 1901 Colton Drive, Dayton, Ohio 45420,
Address: 451 West Third Street, Third Code Sections 5721.30 through 5721.41 Montgomery County Parcel ID No. N64-
solely in its capacity as Trustee, under alternative redemption period per Floor or otherwise, which has a street ad-
the Pooling and Servicing Agreement Ohio Revised Code 323.65(J) and 816-65, Excepting Recorded Easements
City/Zip: Dayton, Ohio 45402 dress of 2057 Rustic Road, Dayton, OH Rights will hereby take notice that on
dated June 1, 2000, Home Equity Loan 323.78(A)-(C). Phone: (937) 496-3389 45406, being permanent parcel num- LEGAL NOTICE
Asset Backed Certificates, Series 2000-2, May 25, 2017, David R. Schmidt, Plain-
ber Parcel No. R72 11703 0022 tiff filed a Complaint in the Montgom-
whose present or last known addresses The Office of the Montgomery County, This is a real estate tax foreclosure law- Plaintiff further alleges that the Tax In the Court of Common Pleas of
are 101 N. Phillips Avenue, Sioux Falls, Ohio Clerk of Courts will maintain the Montgomery County, Ohio , Case No. ery County, Ohio Common Pleas Court,
suit for unpaid real estate taxes regard- Certificate(s) be deemed a valid first Probate Division, 41 North Perry Street,
SD 57104, and c/o Corporation Service official case file and case docket for ing Permanent Parcel(s) numbered G29 statutory lien on the Property pursuant 2017 CV 2420, D.A.N. Joint Venture III
Company, 50 West Broad Street, Suite this real estate tax foreclosure. All LP. V Michael Wells et. al. whose place Dayton, Ohio 45422, being Case No.
18202A0122, G29 18202A0123, G29 to ORC 5721.10 and 5721.35, and 2017MSC00189 in said Court, against
1330, Columbus, OH 43215, and the pleadings, petitions, documents and 18202A0124, and G29 18202A0125 . otherwise, for the amount owing, to- of residence is unknown, and whose
unknown administrators and represen- papers associated with this foreclosure last known residence was 1543 Prince- David R. Schmidt and others, specifical-
You are hereby notified that a final gether with Plaintiffs advances for ly including all of the above noticed in-
tatives of Wells Fargo Bank, National and filed by an interested party shall foreclosure hearing is now scheduled demolition and other costs, the ton Dr, Dayton, OH 45406, will take no-
Association f/k/a Wells Fargo Bank Min- be filed with the Clerk of Courts, and tice that on May 23, 2017 D.A.N. Joint dividuals, seeking a judicial declaration
regarding this tax foreclosure lawsuit amount owing on subsequent tax cer- of authorization to sell the entire in-
nesota, National Association, solely in will become part of the Board of Revi- against said real estate parcel(s), per tificates acquired by Plaintiff concern- Venture III LP as Plaintiff filed a com-
its capacity as Trustee, under the Pool- sion case file for this case. plaint in the above Court demanding terest in the said real estate free of the
Ohio Revised Code 323.65 - 323.79. ing the Property, taxes, assessments, claims, interests, liens, and rights of ex-
ing and Servicing Agreement dated The hearing will be held on Friday, Au- and other charges, costs and attorneys the quiet title on the real estate herein
June 1, 2000, Home Equity Loan Asset Any owner of record may, at any time described. Said real estate is set forth pectancy or dower therein of all per-
gust 18, 2017, at 9:00 a.m. in the Coun- fees; and by reason of a default in pay- sons to this action; further praying that
Backed Certificates, Series 2000-2; on or before the fourteenth day after ty Administration Building, 451 West ment by Rahman Muhammad, Un- as follows: Situated in the County of
service of process is perfected, file a Montgomery, State of Ohio, City of said Defendants and all individuals
Third Street, Third Floor, Dayton, Ohio known Spouse, if any, of Rahman Mu- claiming any interest in the premises
Above-listed Defendants shall take no- pleading with the Clerk of Courts re- 45402. hammad, Name Unknown, for Dayton: Being lot Numbered Sixty Five
tice: that on June 26, 2017, the Prose- questing that the Board of Revision Thousand Seven Hundred Seventy Five and/or any lien or right therein be re-
amounts due pursuant to the Tax Lien quired to set forth any interest that
cuting Attorney of Montgomery Coun- transfer this case to a court of compe- Montgomery County records list you as Certificates; Plaintiff alleges such lien(s) (65775) of the consecutive and revised
ty, Ohio, in the name of Plaintiff Caro- tent jurisdiction, so that the case can numbers of lots on the plat of the said said Defendants and individuals may
an owner or an interested party in said are entitled to be foreclosed, that the have in said real estate, or be forever
lyn Rice as Treasurer of Montgomery be conducted in accordance with appli- real estate parcel(s). You may avoid Court make findings in accordance city of Dayton, Ohio., PPN R72-120-14-
County, Ohio, filed a real estate tax cable laws. In that event, the foreclo- 21. The above named defendants are barred therefrom; that all judicial dec-
foreclosure if you or an interested par- with ORC 5721.39 (A) and (B), and larations and determinations in said
foreclosure Complaint, Case No. 2017 sure may commence judicially pursuant ty pays the full amount of all taxes, as- that unless the amount found due, in- required to answer within twenty-
BR 00513, in the Board of Revision of to Ohio Revised Code 323.25 - 323.28 eight days after last publication, which proceedings be final and conclusive of
sessments, penalties, interest, costs, cluding Plaintiffs attorneys fees and the rights of all such parties and indi-
Montgomery County, Ohio, 451 West or under Chapters 5721, 5722, and and other applicable and permissible costs relating directly or indirectly to shall be published once a week for six
Third Street, Third Floor, Dayton, Ohio 5723. consecutive weeks, or they might be viduals with regards to the matters
charges incurred to date (called Impo- the Tax Certificate(s), be tendered to above referenced; and that the title of
45402, (937) 496-3389. The Complaint sitions), per Ohio Revised Code the Plaintiff prior to the filing of an denied a hearing in this case. Jeffrey S.
alleges that delinquent real estate tax- CAROLYN RICE, TREASURER OF Routh, attorney for the Plaintiff, 407 the referenced real estate be transfer-
323.65(E) and 323.72 (A)-(B). Or, you Entry of Confirmation of Sale in this red in accordance with such declara-
es stand charged against certain real MONTGOMERY COUNTY, OHIO may also avoid foreclosure if you enter matter, the equity of redemption of all Vine Street, suite 184, Cincinnati, Ohio
estate, Permanent Parcel(s) numbered 45202. (513) 579-1800, Fax (513) 672- tions and determinations thereafter, as
into a payment plan, per Ohio Revised defendants be foreclosed. well as for such other and further relief
G27 18316 0026; that the parcel(s) con- MATHIAS H. HECK, JR. Code 323.31. To find out if you are el- Plaintiff prays that the Defendants 9044.
stitute abandoned lands pursuant to PROSECUTING ATTORNEY OF 6-19, 6-26, 7-3, 7-10, 7-17, 7-24/2017 to which the Plaintiff is or may be enti-
igible to enter into a payment plan, named above be required to answer tled.
Ohio Revised Code 323.65 - 323.79; MONTGOMERY COUNTY, OHIO you must go to the Montgomery Coun- and assert any interest in said real 0000162291-01
that the parcel(s) will be sold at a pub- ty Treasurers Office, 451 West Third property or be forever barred from as-
lic auction or otherwise transferred or MARGARET M. CARPER Said Defendants and individuals
Street, Second Floor, Dayton, Ohio serting any interest therein, for fore- will take notice that they are required
conveyed to a political subdivision, ASSISTANT PROSECUTING ATTORNEY 45402. closure of said Tax Lien Certificates, LEGAL NOTICE
land reutilization corporation, school ATTORNEY FOR THE PLAINTIFF to answer said Complaint within 28
marshalling of liens, and the sale of days after the date of the last publica-
district or eligible community develop- Upon foreclosure, if the Impositions ex- said real property, and that the pro- In the Court of Common Pleas of
ment organization if not redeemed by NOTICE OF HEARING Montgomery County, Ohio , Case No. tion of this notice, said answer date
ceed the Montgomery County Audito- ceeds of said sale be applied according being the 4th day of September, 2017,
the owner or other above-listed De- CASE NO. 2017 BR 00514 rs valuation of the real estate to law. 2017 CV 2422, D.A.N. Joint Venture III
fendants; that the sale, transfer or con- LP. V Deanna N. Ray et. al. whose place or Judgment will be rendered as
parcel(s), the property is eligible to be Said Defendant is required to file an prayed for against any such non-
veyance will occur per Ohio Revised To: ALL DEFENDANTS NAMED IN transferred directly to a municipality, Answer on or before the 31 day of of residence is unknown, and whose
Code 323.65 - 323.79, and that the THE COMPLAINT last known residence was 238 Geneva answering Defendant or individual and
school district, land reutilization corpo- July, 2017. the interest of said Defendants and in-
owner or other above-listed Defend- ration, township, county, or eligible By Tina Woods Attorney for Plaintiff Rd, Dayton, OH 45417, will take notice
ants may redeem the listed real estate From: Montgomery County Board that on May 22, 2017 D.A.N. Joint Ven- dividuals in said real estate will be
community development group with- Tax Ease Ohio, LLC terminated/barred.
parcel(s) by paying the Impositions of Revision out a Sheriffs sale; or, upon expiration c/o Weltman, Weinberg & Reis Co., ture III LP as Plaintiff filed a complaint
against the land at any time before Address: 451 West Third Street, Third of twenty-eight (28) days from the L.P.A. in the above Court demanding the qui-
confirmation of sale, or before transfer Floor et title on the real estate herein descri- By: Jacob A. Kovach, Esq.
date of any journalized decree of fore- 525 Vine Street, Suite 800 J. A. Kovach Law Co., L.P.A.
or conveyance of the parcel, per Ohio City/Zip: Dayton, Ohio 45402 closure, the property may likewise be Cincinnati, Ohio 45202 bed. Said real estate is set forth as fol-
Revised Code 323.65 - 323.79 et seq., Phone: (937) 496-3389 lows: Situated in the County of Mont- P.O. Box 118
transferred to any such entity without 6-19,6-26,7-3-2017 New Paris, Ohio 45347
or at any time before expiration of the further notice and without Sheriffs 0000164950-01 gomery, State of Ohio, City of Dayton:
alternative redemption period per This is a real estate tax foreclosure law- Being lot Numbered Sixty One Thou- (937) 336-5167
sale. Attorney for Plaintiff
Ohio Revised Code 323.65(J) and suit for unpaid real estate taxes regard- COURT OF COMMON PLEAS sand Eight Hundred Sixty Nine (61869)
323.78(A)-(C). ing Permanent Parcel(s) numbered R72 Failure to defend your interests may re- MONTGOMERY COUNTY, OHIO of the consecutive and revised num- 7-3, 7-10, 7-17, 7-24, 7-31, 8-7/2017
12601 0079. You are hereby notified sult in an adverse decision against you. Case No.: 2017 CV 01916 bers of lots on the plat of the said city 0000173744-01
The Office of the Montgomery County, that a final foreclosure hearing is now This means that the aforesaid real es- Judge: Mary L. Wiseman of Dayton, Ohio., PPN R72-130-5-4 .
Ohio Clerk of Courts will maintain the scheduled regarding this tax foreclo- tate parcel(s) may be foreclosed upon, The above named defendants are re-
official case file and case docket for sure lawsuit against said real estate sold at Sheriffs sale for the Impositions Bank of America, N.A. quired to answer within twenty-eight Have inter-office communications
this real estate tax foreclosure. All parcel(s), per Ohio Revised Code owed, or transferred or conveyed di- Plaintiff, days after last publication, which shall become more aggressive than
pleadings, petitions, documents and 323.65 - 323.79. The hearing will be rectly to a township, municipality, vs be published once a week for six con-
papers associated with this foreclosure held on Friday, August 18, 2017, at James D. Woodcock, et al. secutive weeks, or they might be de-
the local college football game?
school district, land reutilization corpo-
and filed by an interested party shall 9:00 a.m. in the County Administration ration, county or community develop- Defendants. nied a hearing in this case. Jeffrey S. If so, check out the help wanted
be filed with the Clerk of Courts, and Building, 451 West Third Street, Third ment group in the manner prescribed Routh, attorney for the Plaintiff, 407 ads in the Classifieds to find
will become part of the Board of Revi- Floor, Dayton, Ohio 45402. LEGAL NOTICE IN SUIT FOR Vine Street, suite 184, Cincinnati, Ohio
sion case file for this case. FORECLOSURE OF MORTGAGE 45202. (513) 579-1800, Fax (513) 672-
something new. Something you
Montgomery County records list you as Cars, pets, homes, jobs... what are you 9044. wont need shoulder pads and a
Any owner of record may, at any time an owner or an interested party in said James D. Woodcock and Jane Doe, 6-19, 6-26, 7-3, 7-10, 7-17, 7-24/2017 face mask for!
on or before the fourteenth day after real estate parcel(s). You may avoid looking for in the Classifieds today? name unknown, spouse of James D. 0000162268-01
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estate estate estate public auction divorce divorce
g p y
PROBATE COURT OF Thomas W. Kendo, Jr. Probate Judge/Deputy Clerk p
MONTGOMERY COUNTY, OHIO Attorney at Law Tony A. Clymer 41075 Wicker shelves, boxes furniture DAILY LAW JOURNAL
ALICE O. McCOLLUM, JUDGE 7925 Paragon Rd. Attorney at Law Behle Street by Sheli 220 Grandview DAYTON DAILY NEWS
ESTATE OF EUGENE WILLIAM SCHMITZ, Centerville, Ohio 45459 1420 Matthias Dr. Dr., Ft. Mitchell, KY 41017 boxes, and DIVORCE NOTICE
DECEASED (937) 221-9819 Columbus, Ohio 43224 filled up bags Al May 5415 Roseland, DIVORCE NOTICE
CASE NO. 2017 EST 01147 6-19, 6-26,7-3/2017 7-3, 7-10, 7-17/2017 Mason, OH 45040 bins, suitcases key- WILLY YAHUARCANI (PRO SE) Anthony W Sullivan (Attorney)
TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE 0000165331-01 0000173817-01 board, boxes Judy Roth 2158 Republi- 4744 WOLFCREEKPK One First National Plaza
ESTATE OF EUGENE WILLIAM SCHMITZ, can Cir, Fairborn, OH 45324 mattress, DAYTON, OH 45417 130 West Second Street Suite 604
PROBATE COURT OF Carol Ann Palermo Yahuarcani Dayton, Oh 45402-1504
DECEASED, LATE OF 531 N. HEINCKE MONTGOMERY COUNTY, OHIO box spring boxes, and furniture Kevin
(Defendant)
RD. MIAMISBURG, OH 45342. MONT-
GOMERY COUNTY PROBATE COURT,
ALICE O. McCOLLUM, JUDGE
ESTATE OF FRANK PETER COMO,
legal Chitwood 1778 Apple Cider Dr.,
Hebron, KY 41048 Boxes, furniture whose last known place of residence
was:
Duane Grigsby (Defendant)
whose last known place of residence
CASE NO. 2017 EST 01147. An applica- Dorothy Walker 3951 Mefford Ln, Cin-
tion has been filed asking to relieve
the estate from administration, saying
DECEASED
CASE NO. 2017EST01076 notice to bid cinnati, OH 45241 coffee table, furni-
ture Laura Riley Lee 2255 Bellavista Dr.,
324 Warren St Apt #5
Dayton, Oh 45410
was:
TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE will hereby take notice that on the 6TH 412 S. Wittenburg Ave
that the assets do not exceed the statu- ESTATE OF FRANK PETER COMO, INVITATIONS FOR BID Fairfield, OH 45014 Boxes, Hangers,
tory limits. A hearing on the applica- Furniture Jeremy Williams 3301 day of MARCH 2017, Willy Yahuarcani Springfield, Oh 45506
DECEASED, LATE OF 4425 LESHER DR. Sealed bids will be received in the of- (Plaintiff), filed his Complaint against
tion will be held AUGUST 7, 2017 at KETTERING, OHIO 45429. MONTGOM- fice of the Manager of Procurement, Colerain Ave #102, Cincinnati, OH
9:30 oclock A.M. Persons knowing any 45225 treadmill, furniture Carol Ann Palermo Yahuarcani in the will hereby take notice that on March
ERY COUNTY PROBATE COURT, CASE GREATER DAYTON REGIONAL TRANSIT Court of Common Pleas, Division of 21, 2017, Tiffany L Grigsby (Plaintiff)
reason why the application should not NO. 2017EST01076. An application has AUTHORITY, 4 S. Main Street, Dayton, 6-26, 7-3/2017
be granted should appear and inform 0000165687-01 Domestic Relations of Montgomery filed his/her Complaint against Duane
been filed asking to relieve the estate OH 45402, for the following: County, 301 W. Third St. 2nd floor, Grigsby in the Montgomery County
the Court. The Court is located at 41 from administration, saying that the Legal Notice: IFB GD 17-18
North Perry Street, Dayton, Ohio Dayton Ohio, 45422 being Case No. Court of Common Pleas, Domestic Re-
assets do not exceed the statutory lim- Title: Concrete Sidewalk Work on 4 2017 DR 00197 on the docket of said lations Division, 301 W. Third Street,
45422. its. A hearing on the application will West Project
ALICE O. McCOLLUM court, praying for a decree of divorce 2nd floor, Dayton Ohio 45422 being
be held JULY 18, 2017 at 9:30 oclock Due Date: 7/13/17 at 2:00 p.m. from, her on the grounds of Case Number 2017 DR 00270 on the
Probate Judge/Deputy Clerk A.M. Persons knowing any reason why Copies of the bid are available from
JANE SCHMITZ
1475 ROSINA DR.
the application should not be granted
should appear and inform the Court.
the office of Manager, Procurement,
RTA, 4 S. Main Street, Dayton, OH
Need to buy some INCOMPATIBILITY that said case is
entitled Willy Yahuarcani Plaintiff,
docket of said Court, praying for a De-
cree of Divorce from his/her on the

Furniture?
MIAMISBURG, OH 45342 VS Carol Ann Palermo Yahuarcani grounds of INCOMPATIBILITY and that
The Court is located at 41 North Perry 45402 or online at http://proc.greaterd Defendant. Said Carol Ann Palermo said case is entitled, Tiffany L Grigsby
7-7/2017 Street, Dayton, Ohio 45422. aytonrta.org/. All bids must be submit-
0000174060-01 Yahuarcani (Defendant) will further (Plaintiff) vs Duane Grigsby (Defend-
ALICE O. McCOLLUM ted in accordance with requirements take notice that she is required an- ant). Said Duane Grigsby will further
Probate Judge/Deputy Clerk set forth in the IFB. swering said complaint on or before take notice that he/she is required to
Heather Devers Deborah Howard the expiration of six weeks, from the answer said Complaint on or before
2934 Gaylord Ave. Manager, Procurement date of the first publication notice. the expiration of six weeks from the
PROBATE COURT OF Kettering, Ohio 45419 6-26, 7-3/2017 date of the first publication notice.
MONTGOMERY COUNTY, OHIO 6-19,6-26,7-3/2017 0000167059-01
> Find it in the
Willy Yahuarcani
ALICE O. McCOLLUM, JUDGE 0000165349-01
(Plaintiff) Tiffany L Grigsby (Plaintiff)

Classifieds!
ESTATE OF LAWRENCE A. SPATZ PROBATE COURT OF PRO SE (Attorney) Anthony W Sullivan (Attorney)
AKA LAWRENCE A. SPATZ, JR .,
DECEASED
MONTGOMERY COUNTY, OHIO
ALICE O. McCOLLUM, JUDGE
legal 6-26,7-3,7-10,7-17,7-24,7-31/2017
0000169260-01
7-3,7-10,7-17,7-24,7-31,8-7/2017
0000173923-01
CASE NO. 2017 EST 01074
TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE
ESTATE OF WILBUR E. RAUCH,
DECEASED public auction IN OBSERVANCE OF
ESTATE OF Lawrence A. Spatz aka CASE NO. 2017 EST 01158
Lawrence A. Spatz, Jr., DECEASED, LATE
OF 4231 Wallington Drive, Kettering,
TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN
THE ESTATE OF WILBUR E. RAUCH,
NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE. Notice is here-
by given that PODS Enterprises, LLC ,
INDEPENDENCE DAY
Ohio 45440. MONTGOMERY COUNTY DECEASED, LATE OF 3349 NINA V LANE located at 480 E Dixie Dr., Dayton, OH
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administration, saying that the assets been filed asking to relieve the estate tions will be held at 480 E Dixie Dr.,
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No snitch culture slows police investigations


By Wayne Baker Gmoser said. It is always on
Staff Writer a case-by-case basis.
This no-snitching men-
HAMILTON C.J. Sandle Jr. tality is out of control, San-
was killed just three days dle said. Whoever is capa-
after his 20th birthday ble of (murder) is more than
in 2016 by someone who capable of doing it again. It
invaded his Millville Ave- is so frustrating that some
nue home. people have said they have
Whoever killed C.J. knew information but are wor-
where his bedroom was, ried about talking to police
said his mother, Rebecca because they have warrants
Sandle. out for their arrest.
Not knowing who killed There is a $10,000 reward
her son is frustrating, but being offered for information
even more maddening to leading to the arrest for those
her is the idea that someone responsible for C.J. Sandles
has information but wont After losing her brother to gun violence, Pastor Shaquila Rebecca Sandle, the mother of CJ Sandle, who was killed death, but his mother isnt
share it with police. Mathews of Hamilton uses billboards to help solve the last year, serves food at The Salvation Army. sure if that will be enough
We just run into this men- mystery of who killed her brother. GREG LYNCH / STAFF NICK GRAHAM/STAFF to prompt someone to step
tality that no one wants to up and say something.
say anything. Hamilton is Hamilton police are also
not a big enough city that munity, we need people to down to improving relation- The issues that come from released in public records for still investigating the death
there is not people that dont step up and say something if ships between the commu- the no snitching culture two years after the crime. of 37-year-old Calvin CJ
know something, she said. you saw something, Hamil- nity and the police. cross all racial and socio-eco- Supporters of the bill said Simmons Jr., who was shot
If you have a burden of kill- ton Police Chief Craig Bucheit He added that there must nomic lines, he said. many witnesses fear retal- and killed in his home in
ing someone, youve shared said. be a level of trust between This isnt a black, His- iation for cooperating with 2016. His sister, local pastor
it with someone. Someone Seven years ago, the people in high crime areas panic or white problem police, according to the Palm Shaquila Mathews, who has
definitely knows something, Department of Homeland and the police. everybody is affected by Beach Post. announced her plans to run
but how do you get them to Security initiated a national There has to be a level of crime, he said. We cant Butler County Prosecutor for city council in November,
speak? campaign called If You trust between people who expect the police to solve all Michael Gmoser said Ohio is taking the message of see
A no snitching culture See Something, Say Some- live in these areas and the of our social problems and has no such law on the books, something, say something
where the idea of speak- thing, which was designed police, said Coates, who there is a need to get these but that law enforcement has to billboards in the city. I
ing with police to help them to encourage residents to is the son of a police offi- kids in school or to become the power to make sure that believe that the police have
solve crimes is discouraged report suspicious activity or cer. And that also goes both productive because with people remain safe when been doing everything they
and sometimes reinforced information about serious ways. People want to have nothing to do or no hope offering information about can to solve the case, but
with threats is blamed by crimes to law enforcement. a level of trust in the police they will get into trouble. crimes. we need somebody to step
Sandle and Hamilton police Rodney Coates director when they are offering infor- On July 1, a new Florida It will be up to the agency forward with information,
for several unsolved crimes, of the black world studies mation and police want to law that protects murder involved to determ ine she said. Weve seen other
including recent shootings. program at Miami Univer- know that they can count witnesses went into effect. whether or not there can cases solved when people
If we want justice, if we sity, said efforts to break the on the community to help The law shields murder wit- be the use of police authority have stepped forward with
want a safe and secure com- no snitching culture boil solve crime. nesses identities from being to protect that individual, information.

Police: Inmate was killed in Pickaway County


Probe determined cautions it took with the sus- knew only that Johnson died proper venue for the case, cinder block. Pigge was sen- were handcuffed.
venue for murder in pect, who two days before somewhere between Colum- the indictment said. A mes- tenced to life without parole. Prison records show John-
Johnsons slaying pleaded bus and Chillicothe, pass- sage was left with the county Pigge was in prison at the son was serving an eight-year
moving prison van. guilty to crushing a fellow ing through three counties prosecutor seeking com- time for another killing, that sentence for sexual battery.
inmates head with a cin- Franklin, Pickaway and ment on the charge. Circlev- of his ex-girlfriends mother The patrol and prison
Associated Press der block in 2016. Ross on the trip. ille, the county seat, is 26 in 2009 in Ross County. authorities are also inves-
Casey Pigge has pleaded When the bus arrived miles (42 kilometers) south A prison review team is tigating two other prisoner
An inmate who was stran- not guilty in Pickaway County back in Ross County, there of Columbus. looking both at Johnsons killings this year.
gled in a prison transport court to the Feb. 1 killing of was a dead inmate, Ross Pigge, 29, is currently slaying and inmate trans- Donald Harvey, dubbed
van died in a county just fellow inmate David John- County Prosecutor Matthew housed at the Southern Ohio portation policies. the Angel of Death, was
south of Columbus, author- son. A pretrial hearing is Schmidt said at the time. Correctional Facility in Luc- While in the transport van, fatally beaten at the state
ities have decided after an scheduled for July 14. Later, inmates in the van asville, a maximum-security inmates are positioned in dif- prison in Toledo. The for-
investigation that explored The case began when the told State Highway Patrol facility. His attorney declined ferent sections of the van and mer nurses aide was serv-
whether the killing in a mov- body of the 61-year-old John- investigators that the kill- to comment until the hear- secured with handcuffs and ing multiple life sentences
ing vehicle happened in two son was discovered after the ing happened in Franklin ing later this month. a chain around their abdo- after admitting in 1987 to
other counties. transport van arrived at the or Pickaway counties. Ulti- Two days before Johnsons men, but can move from seat killing three dozen hospi-
That determination was Ross County Correctional mately, a Pickaway County slaying, Pigge pleaded guilty to seat within those sections, tal patients in Ohio and Ken-
important because it will Institution in Chillicothe fol- grand jury indicted Pigge to killing a fellow inmate at Schmidt, the Ross County tucky in the 1970s and 80s.
decide where the case is pros- lowing a trip to Columbus for on one count of aggravated Lebanon Correctional Insti- prosecutor, has said. Melvin Green, then 31, was
ecuted. The state hasnt said inmate medical care. murder on June 2. tution in 2016 by repeatedly It wasnt clear how the killed in May in the Lucas-
anything about security pre- At the time, authorities Pickaway County was the hitting him in the head with a slaying occurred if inmates ville prison.

IN BRIEF

LOCKINGTON notinjured,andrescuerscalled PREBLE COUNTY motorcycle drivers have not sells Point around 10:50 p.m.
the incident a non-emergency been identified. As people left the area
Couple rescued response. Once rescue boats
Two motorcycles after a fireworks display,
from island on river were launched, it took a mat- involved in crash RUSSELLS POINT the woman was hit by a
A man and woman knocked ter of minutes to bring them A person was taken by driver and fractured her leg,
out of their lime green kayak back to shore. The man and medical helicopter on Sun-
Woman hit by car according to Logan County
Sunday were rescued from woman were not identified. day following a Preble near Indian Lake dispatchers.
an island in the middle of the Lockington Fire Chief Jon County crash involving two A woman is at Miami Val- CareFlight took the uniden-
Great Miami River in Shelby Adams said it was a beautiful motorcycles. ley Hospital with a leg injury tified woman from the scene
County. day to be on the river, but that Medics were dispatched after she was hit by a car fol- to Miami Valley, where her
The incident happened boaters must be careful. The around 10:35 a.m. to the 900 lowing a fireworks display condition is known.
around 1:45 p.m. near the water is deep and the current block of Ohio 725 East in Pre- near Indian Lake in Logan Dispatchers said the driver
400 block of Miami River swift, he said. ble County on the report of County on Saturday night. of the car that hit the woman
Road about two miles east of In addition to the Locking- the motorcycle crash. Dispatchers said police remained at the scene until
Lockington, close to the Miami ton Fire Department, the Sid- The Ohio State Highway and medics were sent to the police arrived.
County line. ney Fire Departments water Patrols Dayton Post is inves- intersection of U.S. 33 and
The man and woman were rescue team also responded. tigating the crash and the Sunnyside Avenue in Rus-
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Meyer, Ohio State impress Wayne star


Nationally ranked ple guessing, he told Land of 10. LChristian eyes and coach Urban Meyer. what people tell you.
Like I said at the beginning, Smith wants I was real young when people There also was an important
WR Smith considering when all this started, I was going to continue first started talking to me about clarification about his future
Buckeyes, Kentucky. to take as long as I needed. I am playing wide Ohio State, Smith said. Back position. Smith, 6-foot-6 and
not going to have a date, Im going receiver in then everyone talked about it 210 pounds, is a wide receiver
By Jeremy Birmingham to commit when I am ready to college. like it was just a business there. at Wayne and wants to be a wide
Landof10.com commit. Because you know what? When youre a young kid, when receiver in college. Some people
Its fun. I mean, sometimes I just someone tells you that stuff, like suggest he wont be, and that hes
BEAVERTON, ORE. Ohio State, want to get away because it can Wildcats. a coach doesnt care about his likely to be used as a tight end.
Kentucky and Cincinnati are at get overwhelming, but its fun Whenever I go down there, players, it can make you feel That idea used to upset him.
the top of the recruiting list for for the most part. theres just such a feeling of like you dont want to go there. A recent conversation with
4-star wide receiver LChristian The plan, if I do end up com- home, Smith said of Kentucky. Now, I know thats not true, Meyer set everything straight.
Blue Smith, the countrys No. 3- mitting before the season, will be Coach (Vince) Marrow and coach since Ive had the chance to sit He told me straight up, Youre
ranked athlete told Land of 10 at to commit Aug. 27. Were playing (Mark) Stoops always treat me so down and talk to him I talk a wide receiver, Smith said. If I
The Opening finals. on ESPN and Id do it before the well and give me so much love. I to him every day, hes texting do end up growing, then yeah, Ill
Smith, a senior at Wayne High game. If Im ready. love the love that they show me. me right now hes one of the move to H-back. Right now, Ive
School, has twice in the last month Ohio State and Kentucky have The Wildcats, until the last greatest guys Ive ever met. Its got a wide receiver body, I am a
changed his decision date but a little advantage over Cincin- two months, seemed to have a an honor that he wants me as wide receiver. Urban Meyer has
hes never actually had a deci- nati. The 247Sports.com crys- lead over Ohio State, but a visit much as he does. As a recruit you given me two paths, and those
sion date. tal ball shows 73 percent for the to Columbus in May changed have to sometimes see things for were the paths but right now,
Honestly, its just to keep peo- Buckeyes and 27 percent for the Smiths perception of the Buck- yourself because its not always Im a wide receiver.

BASEBALL BASEBALL CUBS 6, REDS 2


MLB ALL-STAR GAME

ARRIETA NEARLY FLAWLESS


Shortstop Zack Cozart (left),
voted to start by fans, will One-hit stint in seven innings helps Cubs avoid sweep as Happ hits two HRs,
make his first All-Star Game
appearance. First baseman but Reds are hopeful after 4-2 homestand against top NL Central teams.
Joey Votto is in for a fifth time.

Cozart,
Votto
picked
as Stars
First baseman vows to
make good on giving
shortstop a donkey.
By David Jablonski
Staff Writer

CINCINNATI Now that Reds


shortstop Zack Cozart knows he
will start the 88th All-Star Game
on July 11 in Miami, Fla., he has
bigger questions to answer.
What will he name his donkey?
Where will his donkey live?
What do donkeys eat?
First baseman Joey Votto prom-
ised to buy Cozart a donkey if the
fans voted Cozart into the All-Star
Game. Votto got his wish. Now
Cozart will get his donkey. Hell
be a first-time All-Star.
The starters were announced
Sunday night on ESPN. Votto also
made the National League team
as a reserve. It will be his fifth
appearance.
Cozart has been fielding ques- Ian Happ rounds the bases after his two-run homer in the second inning gives the Cubs the lead at Great American Ball Park. Happ also
tions about the donkey since Vot- homered in the fourth and drove in another run with a single in the sixth, tying his career high with four RBIs. DAVID JABLONSKI / STAFF
tos promise. The questions con-
tinued before the Reds lost 6-2
to the Cubs on Sunday when he By David Jablonski sure they didnt. the way we score runs and defend
posed for photos with fans. Staff Writer The Cubs beat the Reds 6-2 in and close games out, theres no rea-
People were giving me sugges- front of a crowd of 38,536 to sal- son to think theres not a winning
tions for names and everything, CINCINNATI The Reds havent vage one victory in the three-game streak in there that could make for
Cozart said. I guess I might have swept a three-game series against series. The Reds still went 4-2 on a lot of fun in the second half.
to look for some land somewhere. the Chicago Cubs in Cincinnati since the homestand against the Brew- The Reds (35-46) are 23-20 at home TODAYS
1996. Thats an odd fact consider- ers and Cubs (41-41), the top two and 12-26 on the road. They start a GAME
All-Stars continued on C3 ing the Reds dominated the season teams in the National League Cen- four-game series against the Colo- Reds at
series in several of those years: 8-4 tral, raising hopes they can do more rado Rockies in Denver today and Rockies,
in 2000; 12-5 in 2002; 12-4 in 2010; than play out the string in the final then play three games against the 8:10 p.m.,
ALL-STAR GAME and 14-5 in 2013. three months. Arizona Diamondbacks in Phoenix. FS Ohio, 700,
American League The Reds had a chance to stop the Because the division is down this We have to play better on the 1410
vs. National League, drought Sunday at Great American year and the best teams are hover- road, Price said. Were getting
7:30 p.m. July 11, Fox Ball Park. Cubs starter Jake Arrieta, ing a bit over .500, that keeps us challenged here, going to Colorado MORE INSIDE
who allowed one hit in seven score- in this thing, Reds manager Bryan and Arizona. Iglesias
HOME RUN DERBY less innings, and center fielder Ian Price said. With the better pitching shows he can
8 p.m. July 10, ESPN, Marlins Park Happ, who hit two home runs, made were getting from the rotation and Reds continued on C3 bring heat, C3

BASEBALL DRAGONS 5, TINCAPS 4

Siri sends Dragons to home win


Key hit spells victory TODAYS GAME team with 39 RBIs.
I always have my mindset to
as Dayton rallies after TinCaps at Dragons,
7 p.m., WONE-AM be a leader, he said before Sun-
back-to-back homers. (980) days game, with manager Luis
Bolivar serving as an interpreter.
By Bryant Billing Game changer: Fort Wayne
Contributing Writer had two consecutive home runs
a single to right field that gave (the second of them an inside-the-
DAYTON Jose Siri said hes been Dayton the lead for good in a 5-4 parker) in the sixth to take a 4-3
a leader on every team hes been win. Its the third victory for the lead, but the Dragons took con-
on and doesnt have any nerves Dragons (46-35) in the four-game trol in the bottom half.
in tight situations. He put those series, which concludes tonight Cassidy Brown reached first
qualities on display Sunday against at Fifth Third Field. base on an error, and Kevin Frank-
the Fort Wayne TinCaps. Though Siri struggled at the lin was hit by a pitch to put two
With two runners in scoring plate early in the season, hes men on. After Hector Vargas and
position and Dayton trailing by hit consistently (.260) with run- Shane Mardirosian makes a play during Daytons win Sunday. The
a run in the sixth inning, Siri hit ners on base and is fourth on the Dragons continued on C3 Dragons and TinCaps finish a four-game series tonight. CONTRIBUTED
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MLB NOTES NBA NOTES

Dozen players get first All-Star call


Kyle Lowry
had been
one of the
top point
guards on
Yankees rookie return in time from a torn Moustakas are the AL candi- the market.
Judge tops AL with thumb ligament. dates, and Justin Bour, Bry-
Clevelands Jose Ramirez ant, Anthony Rendon, Mark
4.49 million votes.
Raptors
overtook Minnesotas Miguel Reynolds and Justin Turner
Sano in the final days of bal- are on the NL ballot.
Wire services loting to win the AL third Tigers: Justin Verlanders

keeping
base spot by about 54,000 run of 331 consecutive games
Aaron Judge, Carlos Cor- votes, Torontos Justin Smoak with at least one strikeout
rea and Nolan Arenado were bounced back to beat Kansas was snapped by the Indians

Lowry,
among 12 first-time starters Citys Eric Hosmer by 555,000 on Sunday. The right-hander,
elected Sunday for the All- at first base, and Tampa Bays who was relieved in the fourth
Star Game at Miami on July Corey Dickerson rallied to win inning, had not gone with-

Ibaka
11, the most since voting was at designated hitter by nearly out a strikeout since April 28,
returned to fans in 1970. 75,000 over Seattles Nelson 2007, when he lasted only
Just one player was picked Cruz. The Royals Salvador three innings against Minne-
from the World Series cham- Perez won at catcher. sota. He was tied with Curt
pion Cubs: reliever Wade Arenado overtook the Cubs Schilling for the sixth-longest
Davis, who wasnt even with Kris Bryant, last years NL streak since 1913 of games with Reports say deals
Chicago when it ended a 108- MVP, to win at third base by a strikeout. are for three years,
year title drought last fall. The Yankees rookie Aaron Judge, who stands 6-foot-7, towers 180,000. Arenado will be Angels: Outfielder Mike
Cubs had seven All-Stars last over the Astros Jose Altuve, who is 5-6, on Sunday. Both joined in the NL lineup by Trout will participate in a pri- total $165 million.
season. players will start in the All-Star Game. YI-CHIN LEE / AP Cincinnati shortstop Zack vate workout today and a full
Two of the first-time starters Cozart, Rockies outfielder workoutTuesdaywithSingle-A Wire services
are from the Houston Astros, Charlie Blackmon, Miami out- Inland Empire. If the two-
whohavethebestrecordinthe ington. Keuchel is hurt and lots. At 32, Zimmerman is an fielder Marcell Ozuna and time AL MVP looks strong, Point guard Kyle Lowry
majors: shortstop Correa and wont pitch. All-Star for the first time since San Francisco catcher Buster he will begin playing rehab said he wants to finish what
outfielder George Springer. Nationals outfielder Bryce 2009, when he was a reserve Posey. games with Inland Empire. he started in Toronto.
Second baseman Jose Altuve Harper, second baseman third baseman. Rosters were cut from 34 He has missed 33 games after Lowry announced on the
was elected to his third start. Daniel Murphy and first Judge, the 6-foot-7 rookie per league to 32 under the left thumb ligament surgery. Players Tribune site Sunday
Houston pitchers Dallas baseman Ryan Zimmerman who leads the majors with new labor deal, and online Yankees: Left-hander CC that he will re-sign with the
Keuchel and Lance McCullers were elected to start, and Max 27 home runs, topped the voting determines the last Sabathia (strained left ham- Raptors. Reports indicated
Jr. were picked, as well, giving Scherzer and Stephen Stras- AL with 4.49 million votes. spot on each roster. string) is expected to come off Lowry will sign a three-year
the Astros five All-Stars, tied burg were selected for the He is joined in the outfield Elvis Andrus, Xander the disabled list to start Tues- deal worth $100 million.
for the most with the Yan- pitching staff. Harper led fan by Springer and Angels star Bogaerts, Didi Gregorius, day at home against Toronto, It was up to me to decide
kees, Cleveland and Wash- voting with 4.63 million bal- Mike Trout, who hopes to Logan Morrison and Mike manager Joe Girardi said. whether this thing we have
is it worth sticking around
for, and running it back
again, and seeing if we can
IN BRIEF GOLF take that next step? Lowry
wrote. And like I said to

Perry takes Senior Open by 2


me, that was an easy deci-
BOXING sion. The answer is yes.
The three-time All-Star
Pacquiao upset averaged 22.4 points and
by Horn in Australia 7.0 assists last season for the
Manny Pacquiao lost his Record score of 264 Raptors, who also struck a
WBO welterweight world title earns fourth major deal to retain forward Serge
to Jeff Horn in a stunning, Ibaka earlier Sunday.
unanimous points decision tour championship. If youre looking for peo-
in a Sunday afternoon bout ple to believe in choose the
billed as the Battle of Bris- Associated Press people who believed in you
bane. In front of 51,000 peo- first, Lowry wrote. And if
ple in Australia, Pacquiao Kenny Perry claimed his you start something? Man,
(59-7-2), an 11-time world second U.S. Senior Open on you finish it.
champion, entered as a Sunday, pulling away from So Torontos backcourt is
heavy favorite but got more Kirk Triplett at Salem Coun- set for at least the next three
than he bargained for against try Club in Peabody, Mass., years, after shooting guard
Horn (17-0-1), a former to finish at 16 under and win DeMar DeRozan got a five-
schoolteacher. The judges by two strokes. year deal worth $139 million
scored the fight 117-111, 115- Perry, 56, closed with last summer.
113 and 115-113. a 2-under 68 for a record Lowry was one of the
score of 264. Perry also won most-coveted point guards
CYCLING the event in 2013 in Omaha, on the market this summer,
Nebraska. It was his fourth perhaps only behind Golden
Kittel wins Tours major victory on the tour. States Stephen Curry. And
second stage Perry started the day a hes going back to a team
Germanys Marcel Kit- stroke behind Triplett but that has posted consecutive
tel won the second stage of five ahead of the next-clos- 50-win seasons and reached
the Tour de France with a est contender, Brandt Jobe. the playoffs in each of the
commanding sprint finish Triplett, who tied the tour- last four years.
in Liege, Belgium, while nament record with a 62 in Im coming back to
three-time champion Chris the opening round, had five Toronto because my heart
Froome managed to finish bogeys Sunday and shot 71. is telling me that its home,
in the main pack after fall- Jobe had a 70 to finish Kenny Perry waves his hat to the crowd at Salem Country Club in Peabody, Mass., after said Lowry, noting that he
ing to the pavement amid a seven strokes back. Tom clinching his second U.S. Senior Open championship. DREW HALLOWELL / GETTY IMAGES still hasnt had poutine
mass crash. Froomes Sky Lehman and Fred Couples a popular dish in Canada.
teammate Geraint Thomas each shot 69 to tie for fourth When Toronto got Ibaka
held on to the leaders yel- at 8 under. they wanted the golf course to win the KPMG Womens from just over the 18th green before the trade deadline last
low jersey. Perrys 264 total was three to play all week, Jobe said. PGA Championship for her to win the Quicken Loans season, the Raptors made
strokes better than the U.S. It was hard out there. first LPGA Tour title, edg- National on the first hole of clear they had no intentions
HOCKEY Senior Open record set by Triplett started the final ing defending champion a playoff with Charles How- of letting him walk away this
Hale Irwin at Saucon Valley in day with a one-stroke lead Brooke Henderson in Olym- ell III in Potomac, Md. summer in free agency.
Canadiens Price 2000 and matched by Perry but it didnt last long. pia Fields, Ill. On a chaotic final day at Now thats been proven.
lands 8-year deal in 2013. Perry was the only Perry birdied the first hole Kang bogeyed the tricky TPC Potomac that included a Ibaka agreed to terms on a
Carey Price signed an player to shoot under par in and then took the lead for par-3 17th, and Henderson 5-minute storm delay, Stan- three-year contract report-
eight-year extension for a each of the four rounds at the good when Triplett dropped closed with two birdies to ley and Howell finished at edly worth $65 million.
reported annual average sal- 6,815-yard Donald Ross-de- a stroke on No. 5. By the move into a tie for the lead, 7-under 273 after matching Ibaka, 27, was traded to
ary of $10.5 million, likely signed course, which also ninth hole, Perrys lead was coming up just short on a final-round 4-under 66s. Toronto from Orlando late
keeping the goaltender with hosted the event in 2001. four strokes. 30-foot eagle putt on the Howell had a 21-foot putt last season. He averaged 14.2
the Canadiens for the rest of That year, Bruce Fleischer Perry has nine overall vic- par-5 18th. But Kang had to win on the final hole of points and 6.8 rebounds in
his career. The $10.5 million won at even par. tories on the 50-and-over two solid shots to get to the regulation that rolled over 23 games with the Raptors.
would tie him with Black- But overnight rain before tour after winning 14 times green in two, and then two- the left edge of the cup. Cavaliers: Shooting guard
hawks stars Jonathan Toews the first three rounds soft- on the PGA Tour. He lost a putted for the victory. European Tour: English- Kyle Korver will return after
and Patrick Kane for the big- ened the greens, and Triplett playoff to Mark Brooks in the Kangs previous best fin- man Tommy Fleetwood shot agreeing on a three-year, $22
gest in the NHL. and Jobe each took advantage 1996 PGA Championship at ish in a major was a tie for a bogey-free 5-under 66 at million contract. Korver, 36,
Capitals: Center Evgeny with rounds of 62 match- Valhalla in his home state of 14th in the 2012 U.S. Wom- the French Open in Guyan- led the league in 3-point per-
Kuznetsov was re-signed to ing the lowest score in a PGA Kentucky. ens Open. court for a 12-under total and centage (.451) last season.
a $62.4 million, eight-year Tour Champions major. LPGA Tour: Danielle PGA Tour: Kyle Stanley a one-shot victory over Peter Warriors:Fresh off his first
deal. The 25-year-old Rus- Today was probably how Kang birdied the final hole got up-and-down for par Uihlein of the United States. career championship, David
sian, who was a restricted West will return for what
free agent, is now the second- is expected to be his final
highest paid player for Wash- NBA season. Andre Iguodala,
ington behind captain Alex NASCAR the 2015 NBA Finals MVP,
Ovechkin. also said late Saturday that he
Maple Leafs: Patrick Mar-
leau signed an $18.75 million,
three-year deal. Marleau, 37,
Stenhouse victory bolsters Roush team would return to the Warriors.
Rockets: Houston agreed
with Nene on a three-year
played for San Jose for 19 deal worth $11 million, a
seasons and is the Sharks Win at Daytona Ricky Rushmore, and its some- to push too hard, and in part day after an initial agree-
career leading goal-scorer. helps organizations Stenhouse thing weve encouraged him because Roush was on a ment fell apart because it vio-
Blackhawks: Center Mar- Jr. gained to do because what Jack has rapid road toward medioc- lated rules of the Collective
cus Kruger was traded to stature in NASCAR. his second done over the last year is rity. The team had gone from Bargaining Agreement, and
the Vegas Golden Knights victory in 2 really empowered a group five Cup cars in its heyday former Toronto forward P.J.
for future considerations. By Jenna Fryer months. of individuals to try to run and a monster lineup that Tucker agreed to a four-year,
Associated Press the company on a day-to- included Matt Kenseth, Carl $32 million deal.
ODDS AND ENDS day basis. Edwards, Greg Biffle and 76ers: Philadelphia agreed
DAYTONA BEACH, FLA. months. He had gone 155 This is probably Jacks Kurt Busch to just a two-car on a one-year, $11 million
College football: Oregon When Ricky Stenhouse Jr. Cup races before getting to proudest moment because team this year. contract with forward Amir
senior wide receiver Darren first made the switch from victory lane. this was a race that he wasnt As the Roush group con- Johnson, who spent the last
Carrington was suspended sprint cars to stock cars, he Roush wasnt at Daytona at, and we were still able tinued to rebuild, Stenhouse two seasons with Boston.
from the team indefinitely wrecked an awful lot of Jack to celebrate with Stenhouse, to implement everything figured out his strengths. Timberwolves: Taj Gib-
after being arrested on a mis- Roushs inventory. though. He took the holi- that hes taught us and go One of them, second-place son, formerly of Chicago and
demeanor charge of driving It got so bad that Roush day weekend off and was out there and get him in vic- finisher Clint Bowyer said, Oklahoma City, agreed on a
under the influence early had to sit Stenhouse down on vacation with his grand- tory lane. is clearly racing on restric- two-year, $28 million deal.
Saturday in Eugene, Ore. in an attempt to rein him in daughter. Theres no denying that tor plate tracks. Stenhouses Wizards: A two-year deal
Carrington, 22, caught 43 a little bit. We believe were on the Stenhouse, who turns 30 in first victory was in May at was reached with shooting
passes for 606 yards and T h e p a t i e n c e Ro u s h right track, and you always October, has been an integral Talladega. guard Jodie Meeks, previ-
five touchdowns last season. showed Stenhouse while want more, but were pretty part of Roushs turnaround. He does a good job of ously with Orlando.
Soccer: Lars Stindl scored rebuilding his organization excited about the direction Hes in his fifth full season blocking. Hes learned a Etc.: Darrall Imhoff, a for-
his third goal of the Confed- once among the top in were headed, and thats a and wasnt promoted to the lot. Hes become a good mer University of California
erations Cup in the 20th min- NASCAR paid off Satur- testament to Jack Roush and Cup level until 2013 after plate racer, Bowyer said. and U.S. Olympic champion
ute, leading Germany past day night when Stenhouse what hes set up, Roush Fen- hed won consecutive Xfinity I remember when he came center who played 12 seasons
Chile 1-0 in the final at St. won for the second time this way Racing president Steve Series championships. in, he was a little bit cha- in the NBA, died in Bend,
Petersburg, Russia. season. His victory at Day- Newmark said. Jack is on The promotion was rocky otic, but hes not now. Hes Ore., at 78 of a heart attack,
tona International Speed- vacation taking his grand- for a while, in part because got it figured out, and hes the Portland Trail Blazers
Wire services way was his second in two daughter out to see Mount of Stenhouses natural drive won two of them. said.
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SPORTS
TENNIS WIMBLEDON

Murray begins defense amid swirl


Balky hip, unusual Theres a second child on Andy tice for a few days. You really A lot of running could be Bublik is known on tour for
opponent possibly the way for Murray and his Murray has want to be preparing, train- required Monday, given the possessing, as Murray put it,
wife happy news, of course, skipped ing, as much as you can to 134th-ranked Bubliks pen- a big personality, and that
on his mind. and on Sunday, he assured exhibition get ready and make you feel chant for sliced returns, drop came through vividly during a
a reporter who asked about matches on better, especially when you shots, lobs and run-around session with a group of report-
By Howard Fendrich its potential effect on his ten- grass. hadnt had any matches. forehands from midcourt. ers at the All England Club.
Associated Press nis this fortnight, Its cer- He is 21-9 so far in 2017, My game is unpredictable. Among other topics, Bub-
tainly not a distraction in the and his lone title came with I dont even know what Im lik discussed the famous
LONDON Based on Andy slightest. tional video this year. the benefit of facing only one going to do, Bublik said. Russian rappers he expects
Murrays body language Theres his inconsistent sea- And theres also the sore left player ranked in the top 25. When the ball is coming to in his guest box today; the tat-
alone, reporters questions son and the chance he could hip that led one British tab- Still, here was Roger Fed- me, I decide right before I toos on his right forearm (a
can produce an inordinate relinquish his spot atop the loid to ask readers at psy- erers assessment of Murrays hit. So I dont have a plan. map showing his hometown
amount of consternation. rankings to Novak Djokovic, chic Uri Gellers prompting chances at a place where in Murray is aware of all of of St. Petersburg and a cou-
Hell puff his cheeks, then Rafael Nadal or Stan Waw- to rub that part of Murrays 2013 he became the first Brit- that. ple of quotations attributed
let out a sigh. Hell rub his rinka two weeks from now. body in a front-page photo ish man in 77 years to grab Some more sort of shots to Eminem); and his disdain
forehead, then clutch his Theres the matter of fig- to heal him. the trophy: If hes anything that guys may play in exhibi- for following his own sport.
chin. When answers do arrive, uring out how to deal with Ive felt fairly calm the last close to 100 percent physi- tions, he tries when hes out Even Rafa and Fed, you
some are preceded by a hes- his unorthodox opponent in few days, considering how Ive cally, I consider him one of there, Murray said. Thats watch, the guys are putting
itant Ummm. Others begin the grass-court Grand Slam been feeling, Murray said. the big favorites to win the what Ive heard. everything in the court. Its
with No or I wouldnt have tournaments opening Centre The hip forced Murray to tournament. Its that simple. Bublik acknowledges hell not interesting, Bublik said
thought so or both. I dont Court match. Theyve never skip exhibition matches on Murray did manage to reach win more matches when he with a mischievous grin. I
know is a popular refrain. played each other, but Mur- grass and a few days of train- the semifinals at the French can find a balance between mean, its interesting to see
Truth is, given all that is ray is somewhat familiar with ing. But he said its feeling Open, but since then he has making jokes and (being) a the highlights but when
going on at the moment, the Alexander Bublik, who is from much better. played only one match and showoff. theyre rallying for 45 shots,
No. 1-seeded Murray could be Russia but represents Kazakh- Obviously, this is an lost. He lost in the final round youre sitting and youre feel-
forgiven for having a lot on stan, just turned 20 and says extremely important tour- I can take some anti-in- of qualifying last week, but ing, OK, can I quit tennis,
his mind as he prepares to he finds watching tennis bor- nament, so you worry a lit- flammatories if my hip flares made it into the main draw please?
start his title defense at the ing: They had an off-court tle bit, he said. Its a little up, he said. Hopefully thats thanks to another players Very little of Murrays sort of
All England Club today. encounter for an ATP promo- bit stressful if you cant prac- not the case. withdrawal. hemming and hawing there.

BASEBALL REDS NOTES

Pitcher Iglesias brings the heat


By David Jablonski I wanted to donate a por-
Staff Writer tion of my salary just to get
the Little League back on its
CINCINNATI The Reds lost feet, he said.
one of the hardest-throwing Roster moves: The Reds
pitchers in baseball history optioned starting pitcher
when they traded Aroldis Jackson Stephens to Triple-A
Chapman to the New York Louisville on Sunday. Ste-
Yankees in 2015. Two years phens earned the victory
later, the Reds have a domi- Saturday in his major-league
nant closer who can throw debut, allowed three earned
100 miles per hour only runs in five innings. The Reds
thats not news in 2017. beat the Cubs 5-3.
Raisel Iglesias hit 100 on Stephens was demoted
the radar gun Saturday, but because the Reds need bull-
the list of players who can pen depth for their seven-
hit 100 in the big leagues is a game road trip to Colorado
lot longer these days than it and Arizona this week. They
was 10 to 15 years ago. promoted Asher Wojciech-
Now it seems every team owski from Triple-A.
brings a guy in from the The Reds intended to send
bullpen that throws 100, Stephens back to Triple-A
Reds manager Bryan Price even before he made his
said. The novelty is gone. start. Stephens likely will get
In regards to Raisel, I like another chance in the rota-
the fact that hes shown this tion after the All-Star break.
Zack Cozart high-fives Joey Votto at home plate after type of velocity in early July He certainly didnt hurt
Votto hit a two-run home run against the St. Louis in his first full season as a his chances with his per-
Cardinals in June. JAMIE SABAU / GETTY IMAGES relief pitcher in our bullpen. Reds reliever Raisel Iglesias celebrates Saturday after formance yesterday, Reds
I think it speaks to the fact closing the ninth inning of a 5-3 win over the Cubs. He manager Bryan Price said.
that hes handling the work- reached 100 mph on the radar gun during the game. AP Stephens next scheduled
All-Stars I am pretty load, which I dont believe
has been excessive. He looks
start would have been Thurs-
day in Colorado. The Reds
continued from C1 surprised that healthy. I dont know where Baseballs Statcast. StorenandBarnhartplayed have not announced who
Im starting. the velocitys come from. Generous donation: Reds together for two seasons at will start that game.
So well see. I think thats Chapman, whos back with reliever Drew Storen and Brownsburg High School. The Reds also moved
going to happen. Thats just as the Yankees after pitching catcher Tucker Barnhart, Storen lived within walk- starter Brandon Finnegan
Votto continues to assure
everyone that it will.
good as it gets, last season with the Cubs,
owns the majors three fast-
along with the Reds Commu-
nity Fund, donated $50,000
ing distance of the Browns-
burg Little League fields
(left shoulder) to the 60-day
disabled list.
The donkeys been in the I think. est pitches of the season and to the Brownsburg (Ind.) Lit- after moving to the town
works for a while, Votto said. Zack Cozart seven of the top 10. He hit tle League on Saturday. The when he was 11. Contact this reporter at 937-
Weve got one taken care of. 102.9 miles per hour on June donation will help build a W h e n t h ey to l d m e 244-7400 or email David.
He was going to be an All-Star and that happened. 17, according to Major League new baseball complex. about the project, obviously Jablonski@coxinc.com.
from a while ago. Ive been Cozart received 2,466,143
on this for a minute. Now votes, finishing 86,117 ahead
that hes back playing and of the Dodgers Corey Seager.
now that its confirmed that Cozart will be the first Red to
he made the team, Im going start the All-Star Game since
to have to give him a ring. He Todd Frazier in 2015. The last
doesnt have a phone. He only Reds shortstop to start was
uses a pager. Hes kind of in Barry Larkin in 2000.
that black market business. Votto ranks fifth in the
Hell see its time to bring National League with a .317
that donkey to Cincinnati. average, second with a .429
Ten years after the Reds on-base percentage and sec-
drafted him in the second ond with 23 home runs. This
round, Cozart will make his will be his first All-Star appear-
first All-Star Game appear- ance since 2013.
ance. The 31-year-old from I made the All-Star team
Collierville, Tenn., leads four consecutive times, and
National League shortstops after a while I took them
with a .322 average, .403 for granted, Votto said. I
on-base percentage and five expected to be there. It wasnt
triples. until I started taking a few
I am pretty surprised that years off from making the
Im starting, Cozart said. team that I realized thats
Thats just as good as it gets, something that has a good
I think. Making the team is deal of meaning and some- Joey Votto singles against the Cubs during his 2-for-4, two-RBI performance, but the Reds finished with just three
always an individual goal that thing a player can be proud other hits and were held scoreless for the first seven innings in Chicagos 6-2 victory. DAVID JABLONSKI / STAFF
you go into the season with. of. Its an event thats amaz-
I dont have a lot of individ- ingly run and exciting to be
ual goals, but thats obviously
way one of them thats up
a part of. Without sounding
too self-involved, I missed it.
Reds like the pitcher who no-hit
the Reds in 2016.
earned runs on six hits in
five innings.
He had it going today,
Adleman said. I made a cou-
there. Obviously starting is I missed being a part of that. continued from C1 He was good, Price said. Happ, who played college ple of bad pitches where he
that much better because the I missed representing Cincin- That was seven innings of baseball for the Cincinnati could handle them. Other
fans vote you in and they rec- nati, and I missed the oppor- The Reds scored four one-hit ball. He didnt get Bearcats, hit a two-run home than him, it was manage-
ognize what youve done out tunities in the past. earned runs in six innings in trouble with bad counts run in the second and a solo able today, but he got me.
there. It means a lot. against Arrieta (8-6, 4.33) in or walks. He didnt give us home run in the fourth. He
I know Cincinnati was vot- Contact this reporter at 937- April at Great American Ball much. drove in another run with a Contact this reporter at
ing hard and I had to have 244-7400 or email David. Park. They had no such luck Reds starter Tim Adleman single in the sixth, tying his 937-244-7400 or email
some help outside of Cincy, Jablonski@coxinc.com. this time. He looked more (5-5, 4.67) allowed three career high with four RBIs. David.Jablonski@coxinc.com.

Dragons 33 games, thrilling his family


in the Dominican Republic.
this year with a .218 aver-
age through 27 games. Since
(there are two other players
with the name, including
ranks second in the Mid-
west League with 23 stolen
and had three hits in his first
18 at-bats.
continued from C1 Theyre happy for me, Siri then, hes raised his season Lake Countys Dalbert Siri), bases and leads the team On deck: Dayton and
said. Theyre always watch- average to .280 and has col- he has heard plenty of jokes with 47 runs. Fort Wayne will finish the
Malik Collymore hit into rou- ing every game on the inter- lected three or more hits in about the iPhone application Good game for Franklin: four-game series tonight. Ty
tine outs, Siri hit a fly ball to net with an MiLB account. five games. of the same name. Kevin Franklin went 2-for-3 Boyles (4-2, 4.08 ERA) will
right field that allowed the Siri started with the Drag- I havent made many Every time I go up to bat Sunday, including a two-run start for the Dragons against
two runners to score. ons in 2016 but had a .145 changes, just being more in South Bend, they put the home run that bounced off Ronald Bolaos (2-1, 4.11).
Dragons tales: Siris cru- batting average after the first patient and keep swinging sound of the voice on the the center-field wall in the
cial at-bat was the latest in a month and was demoted to the bat, Siri said. (public address), Siri said. fourth inning. He joined the Contact this writer at
hot stretch. He has hit .352 Billings. Though Siris surname isnt Siri, who had two home Dragons on June 22 from bbilling@topbillingsports.
with 10 home runs in his last He started slow again unique in the minor leagues runs in Saturdays game, extended spring training com.
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BoX SCorES
National League BRAVES 4, ATHLETICS 3, 12 INN.
ATLANTA AB R H BI BB SO AVG.
Beltran dh
Gonzalez 3b
5 2 2 0 0 1 .232
4 1 1 2 0 0 .313
ROYALS 6, TWINS 2
MINNESOTA AB R H BI BB SO AVG.
ORIOLES 7, RAYS 1
TAMPA BAY AB R H BI BB SO AVG.
Inciarte cf 5 0 3 1 0 2 .307 Gurriel 1b 4 3 3 2 0 0 .292 Dozier 2b 5 0 1 1 0 1 .248 M.Smith cf 4 0 1 0 0 2 .308
Phillips 2b 4 0 1 0 0 2 .291 Aoki lf 3 1 0 0 1 1 .267 Grossman rf 4 0 1 1 0 2 .255 Dickerson lf 4 0 0 0 0 0 .321
Markakis rf 4 1 0 0 1 0 .286 TOTALS 38 8 14 8 2 8 Mauer 1b 4 0 0 0 0 1 .284 Longoria 3b 4 0 0 0 0 1 .254
EAST DIVISION Kemp dh 5 0 2 1 0 1 .306 NEW YORK 000 000 0011 6 2 Sano dh 3 0 2 0 1 1 .272 Morrison 1b 3 0 1 0 1 0 .256
TEAM W L PCT. GB WC L10 STR HM AW Adams 1b 5 0 0 0 0 2 .286 HOUSTON 030 201 20X8 14 0 E.Escobar 3b 4 0 2 0 0 0 .277 Souza Jr. dh 4 0 1 0 0 2 .269
Suzuki c 5 2 2 2 0 0 .237 a-walked for Wade in the 9th. Polanco ss 4 0 0 0 0 1 .238 Beckham ss 3 0 0 0 1 2 .274
Washington 48 34 .585 5-5 W-1 22-17 26-17 Santana lf 3 1 0 0 2 1 .220 ESanchez 2 (8). LOBNew York 9, Houston Rosario lf 4 0 1 0 0 2 .290 Featherston 2b 3 0 0 0 0 0 .212
Atlanta 40 41 .494 7 6 7-3 W-3 20-20 20-21 Camargo 3b 5 0 1 0 0 2 .276 10. 2BJudge (13), Headley (16), Springer 2 Buxton cf 2 1 0 0 1 0 .198 Sucre c 3 1 1 1 0 0 .257
Swanson ss 5 0 0 0 0 1 .225 (18), Reddick (18), Correa 2 (17), Beltran (18), a-Kepler ph 1 0 0 0 0 0 .250 Bourjos rf 3 0 1 0 0 2 .241
New York 38 43 .469 9 8 7-3 L-1 19-24 19-19 Totals 41 4 9 4 3 11 Gurriel (21). Castro c 3 1 1 0 1 0 .223 TOTALS 31 1 5 1 2 9
Miami 36 44 .450 11 10 4-6 W-1 21-21 15-23 OAKLAND AB R H BI BB SO AVG. NEW YORK IP H R ER BB SO NP ERA TOTALS 34 2 8 2 3 8 BALTIMORE AB R H BI BB SO AVG.
Joyce lf 2 0 0 0 1 0 .221 Severino, L, 5-45.1 9 6 6 1 7 87 3.52 KANSAS CITY AB R H BI BB SO AVG. S.Smith rf 4 1 1 2 0 0 .258
Philadelphia 27 53 .338 20 19 5-5 W-1 14-20 13-33 a-R.Davis ph-lf 3 0 0 0 0 2 .211 Webb .2 1 0 0 1 0 14 1.80 Merrifield 2b 5 1 3 1 0 0 .286 1-Gentry pr-rf 0 0 0 0 0 0 .192
Olson rf 5 0 1 0 1 3 .184 German 2 4 2 2 0 1 39 3.38 Bonifacio rf 4 0 0 0 1 2 .247 Machado 3b 4 1 1 3 0 0 .217
Lowrie 2b 6 0 0 0 0 3 .278 HOUSTON IP H R ER BB SO NP ERA Hosmer dh 4 1 2 1 1 2 .307 Schoop 2b 4 0 0 0 0 1 .293
CENTRAL DIVISION K.Davis dh 4 2 2 1 2 1 .255 Fiers 4 2 0 0 4 7 105 3.80 Perez c 4 0 1 1 0 0 .290 Jones cf 4 0 0 0 0 0 .263
TEAM W L PCT. GB WC L10 STR HM AW Alonso 1b 4 0 1 0 2 1 .280 Devenski, W, 5-3 2 0 0 0 0 4 22 2.15 Soler lf 4 1 1 0 0 2 .187 Trumbo dh 3 1 1 1 1 0 .253
Healy 3b 1 0 0 0 0 0 .275 Feliz 1 0 0 0 0 1 16 3.79 Torres 3b 3 1 1 0 1 0 .375 Mancini 1b 3 0 0 0 1 0 .303
Milwaukee 44 40 .524 5-5 L-1 23-23 21-17 Barreto ss 5 1 1 0 0 2 .194 Hoyt 1 2 0 0 0 0 21 5.40 Moss 1b 4 0 0 0 0 3 .193 Joseph c 4 2 3 0 0 1 .294
Chicago 41 41 .500 2 6 4-6 W-1 22-16 19-25 Maxwell c 4 0 1 1 1 2 .306 Tolliver 0 2 1 1 1 0 13 4.50 A.Escobar ss 4 1 2 2 0 0 .230 Tejada ss 3 2 1 0 0 0 .213
Brugman cf 3 0 0 0 2 1 .219 Diaz 1 0 0 0 0 1 11 9.82 Gordon cf 3 1 1 1 0 0 .196 Rickard lf 2 0 0 0 0 1 .252
St. Louis 39 42 .481 3 7 6-4 L-1 22-21 17-21 Rosales ss-3b 3 0 0 1 1 2 .228 Tolliver pitched to 3 batters in the 9th. TOTALS 35 6 11 6 3 9 TOTALS 31 7 7 6 2 3
Pittsburgh 37 45 .451 6 10 4-6 L-3 21-22 16-23 Totals 40 3 6 3 10 17 HBPSeverino (McCann). WPGerman. MINNESOTA 000 020 0002 8 0 TAMPA BAY 000 000 0101 5 1
ATLANTA 020 000 000 0114 9 0 T3:29. A41,761 (42,060). KANSAS CITY 003 210 00X6 11 1 BALTIMORE 004 100 20X7 7 0
Cincinnati 35 46 .432 7 11 5-5 L-1 23-20 12-26 OAKLAND 000 000 200 0103 6 1 a-grounded out for Buxton in the 9th. 1-ran for S.Smith in the 7th.
a-grounded out for Joyce in the 7th. CUBS 6, REDS 2 MINNESOTA IP H R ER BB SO NP ERA TAMPA BAY IP H R ER BB SO NP ERA
ELowrie (4). LOBAtlanta 5, Oakland 12. CHICAGO AB R H BI BB SO AVG. Santiago, L, 4-83.1 4 4 4 1 2 58 5.63 Cobb, L, 6-6 6.1 6 7 6 1 3 99 4.01
WEST DIVISION 2BInciarte (14), Kemp (21), Camargo (7). Jay lf 5 0 0 0 0 1 .296 Hughes 1.2 6 2 2 1 2 33 5.72 Whitley 1.2 1 0 0 1 0 23 3.06
TEAM W L PCT. GB WC L10 STR HM AW HRSuzuki (5), off Manaea; Suzuki (6), off Bryant 3b 5 0 1 0 0 2 .263 Belisle 1 0 0 0 0 2 13 6.06 BALTIMORE IP H R ER BB SO NP ERA
Axford; K.Davis (23), off Teheran. RBIs Rizzo 1b 4 1 1 1 1 1 .258 Hildenberger 2 1 0 0 1 3 36 0.00 Gausman, W, 5-77 2 0 0 2 9 112 5.61
Los Angeles 55 29 .655 7-3 L-1 33-11 22-18 Inciarte (32), Kemp (39), Suzuki 2 (21), K.Davis Zobrist rf 4 1 0 0 1 0 .218 KANSAS CITY IP H R ER BB SO NP ERA Givens 1 2 1 1 0 0 16 2.41
Arizona 52 31 .627 2 6-4 W-2 32-13 20-18 (57), Maxwell (3), Rosales (25). SBSantana Contreras c 3 1 1 0 1 1 .254 Wood 4 6 2 2 1 3 81 6.06 Castro 1 1 0 0 0 0 8 3.38
(5), Barreto (1). SFRosales. Happ cf 4 2 3 4 0 0 .264 Alexander, W, 1-22 1 0 0 1 1 33 2.01 Inherited runners-scoredWhitley 1-0. HBP
Colorado 48 36 .571 7 1-9 L-2 22-15 26-21 DPOakland 3 (Barreto, Lowrie, Alonso), Russell ss 4 1 2 0 0 1 .235 Moylan 1 0 0 0 0 1 11 6.00 Cobb (Tejada). WPGausman.
San Diego 34 48 .415 20 13 6-4 W-1 22-22 12-26 (Barreto, Alonso), (Alonso, Barreto). Baez 2b 4 0 3 1 0 1 .258 Soria 1 0 0 0 0 2 15 3.44 UmpiresHome, Alfonso Marquez; First, Chad
ATLANTA IP H R ER BB SO NP ERA Arrieta p 3 0 0 0 0 1 .150 Herrera 1 1 0 0 1 1 29 4.64 Fairchild; Second, Dave Rackley; Third, Larry
San Francisco 33 51 .393 22 15 6-4 W-6 17-21 16-30 Teheran 6.1 3 2 2 4 8 104 5.14 b-La Stella ph 0 0 0 0 0 0 .265 Wood pitched to 3 batters in the 5th. Vanover.
Motte .1 0 0 0 0 0 3 1.78 Grimm p 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 T3:08. A28,775 (37,903). T2:39. A26,489 (45,971).
TODAYS GAMES (All times Eastern) Krol .2 1 0 0 0 0 5 4.85 Uehara p 0 0 0 0 0 0 ---
Baltimore (Miley 3-6) at Milwaukee (Suter 0-1), 2:10 p.m. Ramirez .2 0 0 0 0 2 7 2.94 Edwards p 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 INDIANS 11, TIGERS 8 PADRES 5, DODGERS 3
Freeman 1.1 0 0 0 1 2 23 2.73 Strop p 0 0 0 0 0 0 --- CLEVELAND AB R H BI BB SO AVG. Los Angeles AB R H BI BB SO Avg.
N.Y. Mets (Matz 2-1) at Washington (Strasburg 9-2), 6:05 p.m.
Jackson .2 0 0 0 1 1 11 3.00 TOTALS 36 6 11 6 3 8 Kipnis 2b 3 0 0 0 1 1 .229 Utley 2b 3 0 0 0 0 1 .224
Pittsburgh (Nova 8-5) at Philadelphia (Nola 5-5), 7:05 p.m. Johnson, W, 6-1 1 1 1 1 3 2 28 3.68 CINCINNATI AB R H BI BB SO AVG. Gonzalez 2b 2 0 0 0 0 1 .268 b-Hernandez ph 1 0 0 0 0 1 .223
Miami (Locke 0-4) at St. Louis (Wainwright 8-5), 7:15 p.m. Vizcaino, S, 2-4 1 1 0 0 1 2 21 2.38 Hamilton cf 3 0 0 0 0 0 .240 Lindor ss 6 1 1 0 0 1 .248 Fields p 0 0 0 0 0 0 ---
OAKLAND IP H R ER BB SO NP ERA d-Kivlehan ph-cf 1 0 0 0 0 0 .225 Brantley lf 4 2 1 0 0 0 .303 Avilan p 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000
Cincinnati (Castillo 0-0) at Colorado (Hoffman 4-1), 8:10 p.m. Cozart ss 4 0 1 0 0 0 .322
Manaea 7 .1 6 2 2 2 6 104 Guyer lf 1 0 0 0 1 0 .190 c-Barnes ph 1 0 0 0 0 0 .290
3.75 Votto 1b 4 0 2 2 0 1 .317 Encarnacion dh 4 2 2 2 1 0 .263 Morrow p 0 0 0 0 0 0 ---
SUNDAYS GAMES SATURDAYS GAMES Madson .2 0 0 0 0 0 4 2.48 Duvall lf 3 0 0 0 1 2 .284 a-Perez ph-dh 1 0 0 0 0 0 .181 Seager ss 5 0 3 2 0 2 .305
Chicago Cubs 6, Cincinnati 2 Atlanta 4, Oakland 3 Casilla 1 0 0 0 0 1 14 3.86 Schebler rf 4 0 0 0 0 2 .252 Ramirez 3b 4 4 3 4 1 0 .325 Turner 3b 3 0 0 0 1 0 .382
Hendriks 1 1 0 0 0 0 21 4.67 Suarez 3b 3 0 0 0 1 2 .256 Chisenhall rf 2 2 1 2 3 0 .305 Bellinger 1b 5 0 1 0 0 2 .260
Philadelphia 7, N.Y. Mets 1 San Fran. 2, Pittsburgh 1, 11 inn. Gennett 2b 3 1 1 0 1 0 .302
Coulombe 1 1 1 1 1 3 23 2.22 Santana 1b 4 0 2 3 1 1 .230 Pederson cf 3 0 1 0 1 1 .238
San Francisco 5, Pittsburgh 3 Cincinnati 5, Chicago Cubs 3 Axford, L, 0-1 1 1 1 1 0 1 20 5.79 Mesoraco c 4 0 0 0 0 1 .234 Zimmer cf 5 0 2 0 0 2 .278 Grandal c 4 1 1 1 1 0 .263
Miami 10, Milwaukee 3 Milwaukee 8, Miami 4 HBPManaea (Phillips). WPTeheran, Adleman p 1 0 0 0 0 1 .087 Gomes c 5 0 2 0 0 1 .230 Taylor lf 4 0 1 0 0 1 .279
Hendriks.. a-Alcantara ph 1 0 0 0 0 0 .210 TOTALS 41 11 14 11 8 7 Puig rf 4 1 2 0 0 1 .254
Atlanta 4, Oakland 3, 12 innings N.Y. Mets 7, Philadelphia 6 Wood p 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000
T4:11. A18,438 (37,090). DETROIT AB R H BI BB SO AVG. Maeda p 1 0 0 0 0 0 .125
Arizona 4, Colorado 3 St. Louis 2, Washington 1 Brice p 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 Iglesias ss 4 1 0 0 1 1 .247 Baez p 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000
San Diego 5, L.A. Dodgers 3 Arizona 6, Colorado 2 MARLINS 10, BREWERS 3 c-Barnhart ph 1 1 1 0 0 0 .284 Avila c-1b 4 1 1 1 1 2 .310 a-Forsythe ph-2b 1 1 0 0 1 1 .245
MIAMI AB R H BI BB SO AVG. Peralta p 0 0 0 0 0 0 --- J.Martinez rf 2 0 2 1 1 0 .307 Totals 35 3 9 3 4 10
Washington 7, St. Louis 2 L.A. Dodgers 8, San Diego 0 TOTALS 32 2 5 2 3 9
Realmuto c 6 2 3 2 0 2 .289 McCann c 2 1 2 4 0 0 .210 San Diego AB R H BI BB SO Avg.
Stanton rf 5 0 1 0 1 2 .266 CHICAGO 020 101 1106 11 0 Cabrera 1b 2 0 0 0 1 2 .262 Pirela lf 4 1 2 2 0 1 .290
Yelich cf 5 3 4 1 1 0 .280 CINCINNATI 000 000 0202 5 1 den Dekker rf 2 1 1 0 0 1 .143 Hand p 0 0 0 0 0 0 ---
Ozuna lf 6 2 3 4 0 3 .316 a-out on fielders choice for Adleman in the Castellanos 3b 4 1 1 2 1 2 .247 Maurer p 0 0 0 0 0 0 ---

American League Bour 1b


Prado 3b
Dietrich 2b
5 0 1 1 1 1 .285
5 1 2 1 1 1 .300
3 2 1 1 1 0 .238
5th. b-hit by pitch for Arrieta in the 8th. c-
singled for Brice in the 8th. d-popped out for
Hamilton in the 8th.
ESuarez (6). LOBChicago 7, Cincinnati 6.
V.Martinez dh
Mahtook cf
Romine lf
5 0 0 0 0 0 .248
5 0 1 0 0 0 .268
5 1 1 0 0 2 .229
Margot cf 4 1 2 2 0 0 .279
Spangenberg 3b 4 0 0 0 0 2 .255
Renfroe rf 4 0 4 0 0 0 .236
Riddle ss 4 0 2 0 1 0 .238 Machado 2b 4 2 2 0 0 0 .313 Sanchez 1b 4 0 0 0 0 2 .156
Straily p 2 0 0 0 1 2 .034 2BBaez 2 (14). HRHapp (11), off Adleman; TOTALS 39 8 11 8 5 10 Aybar ss 3 1 1 0 0 0 .227
a-Suzuki ph 1 0 0 0 0 0 .204 Happ (12), off Adleman; Rizzo (19), off Brice. CLEVELAND 022 40300011 14 1 Asuaje 2b 3 1 1 0 0 0 .281
EAST DIVISION Barraclough p 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 RBIsRizzo (51), Happ 4 (27), Baez (33), Votto DETROIT 001 000 1068 11 0 Buchter p 0 0 0 0 0 0 ---
TEAM W L PCT. GB WC L10 STR HM AW c-Moore ph 1 0 0 0 0 1 .272 2 (59). SBHapp (2). CSBryant (4). a-grounded out for Encarnacion in the 9th. Yates p 0 0 0 0 0 0 ---
Phelps p 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 CHICAGO IP H R ER BB SO NP ERA EGoody (1). LOBCleveland 11, Detroit 9. Szczur lf 1 0 0 0 0 0 .172
Boston 47 35 .573 7-3 W-4 25-14 22-21 Ramos p 0 0 0 0 0 0 --- Arrieta, W, 8-6 7 1 0 0 2 6 100 4.33 2BSantana 2 (20), Gomes (12), J.Martinez Torrens c 3 1 1 0 1 2 .200
New York 43 37 .538 3 4-6 L-2 24-13 19-24 TOTALS 43 10 17 10 7 12 Grimm .1 1 2 2 1 0 14 4.66 (10). 3BEncarnacion (1). HRChisenhall Hedges c 0 0 0 0 0 0 .217
MILWAUKEE AB R H BI BB SO AVG. Uehara .1 2 0 0 0 0 12 2.96 (11), off Verlander; Ramirez (14), off Chacin p 1 0 0 0 0 0 .286
Tampa Bay 43 41 .512 5 5-5 L-1 24-18 19-23 Sogard 2b-3b 5 0 0 0 0 0 .326 Edwards, H, 11 .1 0 0 0 0 1 4 2.45 Verlander; Ramirez (15), off Bell; McCann (9), Maton p 0 0 0 0 0 0 ---
Baltimore 40 41 .494 6 1 5-5 W-1 25-16 15-25 Thames 1b 2 2 1 1 1 0 .243 Strop 1 1 0 0 0 2 12 3.23 off Logan; Castellanos (10), off Armstrong. dArnaud 2b 0 0 0 0 1 0 .190
Scahill p 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 CINCINNATI IP H R ER BB SO NP ERA RBIsEncarnacion 2 (45), Ramirez 4 (42), Totals 31 5 11 4 2 7
Toronto 37 44 .457 9 4 2-8 L-4 20-22 17-22 b-Vogt ph 1 0 0 0 0 1 .226 Adleman, L, 5-5 5 6 3 3 1 5 93 4.67 Chisenhall 2 (46), Santana 3 (46), Avila (29), LOS ANGELES 000 002 1003 9 0
Espino p 0 0 0 0 0 0 .250 Wood 1 2 1 1 1 2 26 4.54 J.Martinez (31), Castellanos 2 (42), McCann 4 SAN DIEGO 130 100 00X5 11 0
Braun lf 4 0 1 0 0 0 .262 Brice 2 3 2 2 0 1 34 5.72 (25). SBBrantley (8), Encarnacion (2). a-walked for Baez in the 6th. b-struck out
CENTRAL DIVISION Santana rf 3 0 2 1 0 1 .278 Peralta 1 0 0 0 1 0 13 3.38 CLEVELAND IP H R ER BB SO NP ERA for Utley in the 6th. c-flied out for Avilan in
TEAM W L PCT. GB WC L10 STR HM AW Perez 3b-cf 4 0 1 0 0 0 .263 HBPArrieta (Mesoraco), Brice (La Stella). Clevinger, W, 4-36 2 1 1 5 7 99 3.33 the 8th.
Pina c 4 0 0 0 0 3 .284 WPWood. Goody 1 2 1 0 0 2 24 1.14 LOS ANGELES IP H R ER BB SO NP ERA
Cleveland 44 37 .543 5-5 W-2 18-21 26-16 Broxton cf 2 0 0 0 0 1 .240 T3:08. A38,536 (42,319). Otero 1 0 0 0 0 1 12 3.38 Maeda, L, 6-4 3.2 8 5 5 1 1 71 4.56
Kansas City 41 40 .506 3 6-4 W-1 24-19 17-21 Torres p 0 0 0 0 0 0 --- Logan .1 5 5 5 0 0 17 5.30 Baez 1.1 2 0 0 0 2 23 1.27
Aguilar 1b 2 0 0 0 0 1 .281 GIANTS 5, PIRATES 3 Armstrong .1 2 1 1 0 0 9 5.06 Fields 1.2 1 0 0 1 2 20 2.83
Minnesota 41 40 .506 3 4-6 L-1 16-25 25-15 Arcia ss 4 1 2 1 0 0 .288 SAN FRANCISCO AB R H BI BB SO AVG. Allen, S, 16-17 .1 0 0 0 0 0 3 2.78 Avilan .1 0 0 0 0 1 4 3.74
Chicago 36 45 .444 8 5 4-6 W-1 19-18 17-27 Guerra p 1 0 0 0 0 0 .000 Span cf 4 0 0 0 0 0 .292 DETROIT IP H R ER BB SO NP ERA Morrow 1 0 0 0 0 1 17 0.00
Villar 2b 1 0 0 0 2 1 .215 Panik 2b 4 1 1 0 0 0 .278 Verlander, L, 5-53.19 7 7 3 0 96 4.96 SAN DIEGO IP H R ER BB SO NP ERA
Detroit 36 45 .444 8 5 4-6 L-2 21-19 15-26 TOTALS 33 3 7 3 3 8 Pence rf 3 1 0 0 1 1 .260 Bell 2.2 4 4 4 2 3 60 3.52 Chacin, W, 7-7 5 4 0 0 3 6 107 4.52
MIAMI 003 01113110 17 0 Posey c 4 1 1 0 0 2 .339 Saupold 1 0 0 0 2 1 30 2.20 Maton .1 1 2 2 1 0 18 2.08
MILWAUKEE 101 010 0003 7 1 Belt 1b 4 2 3 3 0 0 .235 Stumpf 1 1 0 0 1 2 24 5.00 Buchter 1.1 3 1 1 0 2 25 3.16
WEST DIVISION a-out on fielders choice for Straily in the 7th. Crawford ss 4 0 1 1 0 0 .229 Greene 1 0 0 0 0 1 10 3.44 Yates, H, 5 .1 0 0 0 0 0 3 2.67
TEAM W L PCT. GB WC L10 STR HM AW b-struck out for Scahill in the 7th. c-struck out Hwang 3b 4 0 2 0 0 2 .333 T3:55. A30,429 (41,681). Hand, H, 13 1 0 0 0 0 2 13 2.47
for Barraclough in the 8th. Slater lf 4 0 0 0 0 1 .318 Maurer, S, 16-18 1 1 0 0 0 0 11 6.12
Houston 56 27 .675 7-3 W-2 27-18 29-9 EArcia (11). LOBMiami 15, Milwaukee 7. Dyson p 0 0 0 0 0 0 --- PHILLIES 7, METS 1 Inherited runners-scoredBaez 1-0, Avilan
Los Angeles 43 43 .500 14 1 5-5 L-1 23-19 20-24 2BRealmuto (14), Yelich (13), Bour (10), Samardzija p 2 0 0 0 0 0 .083 PHILADELPHIA AB R H BI BB SO AVG. 1-0, Buchter 2-2, Yates 1-0. HBPChacin 2
Prado (7), Braun (9). HROzuna (21), off a-Tomlinson ph 0 0 0 1 0 0 .254 Nava lf 5 0 3 2 0 0 .300 (Pederson,Turner), Maeda (Aybar).
Seattle 41 42 .494 15 1 5-5 W-1 25-17 16-25 Guerra; Dietrich (4), off Scahill; Ozuna (22), Gearrin p 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 Galvis ss 5 0 1 0 0 2 .250 UmpiresHome, D.J. Reyburn; First, Sam
Texas 40 42 .488 15 2 4-6 L-1 22-17 18-25 off Espino; Thames (21), off Straily; Arcia (8), Okert p 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 Altherr cf 5 0 0 0 0 2 .277 Holbrook; Second, Greg Gibson; Third, Jim
off Straily. RBIsRealmuto 2 (32), Yelich (38), c-Hernandez ph-lf 1 0 0 0 0 1 .224 Joseph 1b 5 1 2 0 0 2 .252 Wolf.
Oakland 35 47 .427 20 7 4-6 L-5 22-20 13-27 Ozuna 4 (59), Bour (53), Prado (12), Dietrich TOTALS 34 5 8 5 1 7 Williams rf 5 1 2 0 0 1 .364 T3:37. A41,604 (42,302).
(22), Thames (41), Santana (44), Arcia (27). PITTSBURGH AB R H BI BB SO AVG. Franco 3b 3 2 1 2 1 1 .217
TODAYS GAMES (All times Eastern) SBYelich (8), Santana (8). SFSantana. Frazier 2b 4 0 1 0 0 2 .275 Kelly 2b 2 0 0 0 1 0 .200 RED SOX 15, BLUE JAYS 1
DPMilwaukee 2 (Arcia, Sogard, Thames), Osuna rf 4 0 1 0 0 2 .250 Knapp c 4 2 2 1 0 0 .264 BOSTON AB R H BI BB SO AVG.
Baltimore (Miley 3-6) at Milwaukee (Suter 0-1), 2:10 p.m. (Villar, Arcia, Thames). Jaso lf 4 1 2 1 0 0 .258 Pivetta p 2 0 0 0 0 2 .118 Betts rf 6 3 4 8 0 1 .286
Toronto (Stroman 8-4) at N.Y. Yankees (Tanaka 6-7), 7:05 p.m. MIAMI IP H R ER BB SO NP ERA Bell 1b 4 0 0 0 0 0 .230 a-Stassi ph 1 1 1 1 0 0 .186 Benintendi lf 5 1 1 1 1 3 .274
Boston (Porcello 4-10) at Texas (Perez 4-6), 8:05 p.m. Straily, W, 6-4 6 5 3 3 1 4 99 3.51 Polanco cf 4 1 1 0 0 0 .246 Benoit p 0 0 0 0 0 0 --- Pedroia 2b 4 2 2 1 2 1 .297
Barraclough, H, 91 1 0 0 1 2 19 3.13 Mercer ss 4 1 1 2 0 0 .265 Neris p 0 0 0 0 0 0 --- Moreland 1b 5 0 1 0 1 0 .263
L.A. Angels (Meyer 3-4) at Minnesota (Mejia 3-3), 8:10 p.m. Phelps 1 1 0 0 0 2 18 3.82 Moroff 3b 3 0 1 0 0 0 .103 TOTALS 37 7 12 6 2 10 Ramirez dh 5 2 3 3 0 0 .259
Chicago White Sox (Rodon 0-1) at Oakland (Cotton 5-7), 9:05 p.m. Ramos 1 0 0 0 1 0 14 3.38 d-Harrison ph 1 0 0 0 0 1 .288 NEW YORK AB R H BI BB SO AVG. a-Travis ph-dh 1 0 0 0 0 0 .265
Kansas City (Kennedy 2-6) at Seattle (Moore 1-0), 10:10 p.m. MILWAUKEE IP H R ER BB SO NP ERA Stewart c 3 0 0 0 0 1 .194 Nimmo cf 4 0 0 0 0 1 .250 Bradley Jr. cf 5 1 3 0 0 0 .284
Guerra, L, 1-3 4 8 4 4 3 7 87 4.93 Williams p 2 0 0 0 0 1 .000 Cabrera 2b 4 0 0 0 0 1 .263 Vazquez c 5 1 1 0 0 2 .275
Torres 1.1 3 1 1 1 1 35 4.33 Watson p 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 Cespedes lf 3 0 0 0 1 1 .281 Lin ss 5 2 3 0 0 1 .333
SUNDAYS GAMES SATURDAYS GAMES Scahill 1.2 2 1 1 1 1 34 3.72 b-Freese ph 1 0 0 0 0 0 .249 Bruce rf 3 0 0 0 1 0 .261 Marrero 3b 5 3 3 2 0 1 .212
Boston 15, Toronto 1 Boston 7, Toronto 1 Espino 2 4 4 4 2 3 58 6.11 Santana p 0 0 0 0 0 0 --- Duda 1b 3 0 0 0 1 0 .253 TOTALS 46 15 21 15 4 9
Cleveland 11, Detroit 8 Detroit 7, Cleveland 4, 1st game Guerra pitched to 3 batters in the 5th. Bastardo p 0 0 0 0 0 0 --- T.Rivera 3b 3 1 1 1 0 0 .283 TORONTO AB R H BI BB SO AVG.
HBPGuerra (Dietrich), Espino TOTALS 34 3 7 3 0 7 Ramirez p 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 Bautista rf 2 0 1 0 1 0 .232
Baltimore 7, Tampa Bay 1 Texas 10, Chicago White Sox 4 (Dietrich).A33,834 (41,900). SAN FRANCISCO 000 000 3205 8 0 b-Flores ph 1 0 0 0 0 1 .284 Carrera rf 1 0 0 0 0 0 .286
Chicago White Sox 6, Texas 5 K.C. 11, Minnesota 6, 1st game PITTSBURGH 000 200 0103 7 0 Reyes ss 3 0 0 0 0 0 .204 Martin c 3 0 0 0 0 0 .213
Houston 8, N.Y. Yankees 1 Atlanta 4, Oakland 3 WHITE SOX 6, RANGERS 5 a-out on sacrifice fly for Samardzija in the 7th. R.Rivera c 2 0 0 0 1 1 .256 Maile c 1 0 0 0 0 0 .115
TEXAS AB R H BI BB SO AVG. b-lined out for Watson in the 7th. c-struck out Montero p 2 0 0 0 0 1 .000 Donaldson 3b 3 0 0 0 0 0 .248
Kansas City 6, Minnesota 2 Tampa Bay 10, Baltimore 3 DeShields lf 4 0 0 0 0 3 .276 for Okert in the 9th. d-struck out for Moroff Bradford p 0 0 0 0 0 0 --- Goins 3b 1 0 0 0 0 1 .211
Seattle 5, L.A. Angels 3 Cleveland 4, Detroit 1, 2nd game b-Mazara ph 1 0 0 0 0 0 .257 in the 9th. Reynolds 3b 1 0 1 0 0 0 .212 Smoak 1b 4 1 2 0 0 0 .303
1-Gallo pr 0 0 0 0 0 0 .193 LOBSan Francisco 4, Pittsburgh 4. 2BPanik TOTALS 29 1 2 1 4 6 Morales dh 2 0 0 0 2 2 .257
Atlanta 4, Oakland 3, 12 innings Houston 7, N.Y. Yankees 6 Choo rf 5 1 2 0 0 0 .259 (16), Posey (17), Polanco (14). 3BOsuna (3). PHILADELPHIA 040 000 0307 12 2 Tulowitzki ss 4 0 1 0 0 1 .233
Minnesota 10, K.C. 5, 2nd game Andrus ss 5 1 2 1 0 1 .302 HRBelt (16), off Santana; Mercer (8), off NEW YORK 000 010 0001 2 0 Pearce lf 3 0 0 1 0 0 .270
L.A. Angels 4, Seattle 0 Beltre 3b 2 0 0 0 3 1 .274 Samardzija; Jaso (7), off Okert. RBIsBelt 3 a-singled, advanced to 2nd for Pivetta in the Pillar cf 3 0 0 0 0 2 .249
Gomez cf 5 0 1 0 0 3 .249 (42), Crawford (38), Tomlinson (5), Jaso (23), 8th. b-struck out for Ramirez in the 9th. Barney 2b 3 0 1 0 0 0 .233
Napoli 1b 4 1 1 1 0 2 .193 Mercer 2 (31). SFTomlinson. PHILADELPHIA IP H R ER BB SO NP ERA TOTALS 30 1 5 1 3 6
Lucroy dh 4 0 1 2 0 0 .263 SAN FRANCISCOIPH R ER BB SO NP ERA Pivetta, W, 2-4 7 1 1 1 4 4 96 4.85 BOSTON 110 302 80015 21 1
Chirinos c 4 1 1 0 0 2 .232 Samardzija, W, 4-9 6 6 2 2 0 5 95 Benoit 1 1 0 0 0 1 13 3.94 TORONTO 010 000 0001 5 0
roundup Kozma 2b 3 1 0 0 0 0 .105 4.54 Neris 1 0 0 0 0 1 19 3.31 a-lined out for Ramirez in the 9th.
a-Odor ph 1 0 1 0 0 0 .213 Gearrin, H, 2 1.2 0 0 0 0 1 14 2.08 NEW YORK IP H R ER BB SO NP ERA BOSTON IP H R ER BB SO NP ERA
BRAVES 4, ATHLETICS 3, 12 INNINGS: Kurt Suzuki led off the TOTALS 38 5 9 4 3 12 Okert, H, 4 .1 1 1 1 0 0 8 6.62 Montero, L, 1-56.1 8 4 4 2 6 104 5.63 Pomeranz, W, 8-46 5 1 1 2 3 104 3.64
CHICAGO AB R H BI BB SO AVG. Dyson, S, 2-6 1 0 0 0 0 1 13 8.31 Bradford 1.1 4 3 3 0 1 24 8.10 Abad, S, 1-1 3 0 0 0 1 3 53 3.04
12th inning with his second home run of the game. Hanson rf 3 1 0 0 1 1 .229 PITTSBURGH IP H R ER BB SO NP ERA Ramirez 1.1 0 0 0 0 3 18 7.00 TORONTO IP H R ER BB SO NP ERA
MARLINS 10, BREWERS 3: Marcell Ozuna hit two home runs Cabrera lf 2 2 1 1 2 1 .285 Williams 6 3 2 2 1 3 89 4.67 WPMontero, Pivetta. Biagini, L, 2-8 5.110 7 7 2 7 105 5.03
Abreu dh 4 1 1 1 0 0 .295 Watson, L, 4-2 1 3 1 1 0 0 17 4.03 T2:53. A30,343 (41,922). Loup .2 0 0 0 1 1 13 4.08
as Miami beat Milwaukee. Frazier 1b 2 1 1 1 2 0 .213 Santana .2 2 2 2 0 2 18 5.87 Sparkman .1 7 7 7 0 1 3363.00
WHITE SOX 6, RANGERS 5: Yolmer Sanchez hit a two-run Davidson 3b 3 0 0 1 0 1 .242 Bastardo 1.1 0 0 0 0 2 1714.62 DIAMONDBACKS 4, ROCKIES 3 Beliveau 1.2 3 1 1 0 0 29 4.22
Sanchez 2b 3 1 1 2 1 0 .275 Williams pitched to 2 batters in the 7th. COLORADO AB R H BI BB SO AVG. Leone 1 1 0 0 1 0 18 3.03
home run with two outs in the eighth to rally Chicago. Anderson ss 4 0 1 0 0 1 .242 T2:55. A32,144 (38,362). Blackmon cf 5 1 2 1 0 1 .313 Inherited runners-scoredBeliveau 1-1.
Smith c 2 0 0 0 0 2 .283 LeMahieu 2b 5 0 2 0 0 1 .303 UmpiresHome, Tony Randazzo; First, Rob
ASTROS 8, YANKEES 1: Yuli Gurriel finished a triple shy of Engel cf 2 0 0 0 1 2 .276 MARINERS 5, ANGELS 3 Arenado 3b 5 0 2 1 0 0 .298 Drake; Second, Pat Hoberg; Third, Gerry Davis.
the cycle, and Carlos Correa tied a career-high with four TOTALS 25 6 5 6 7 8 SEATTLE AB R H BI BB SO AVG. Reynolds 1b 4 0 0 0 0 2 .286 T3:34. A46,696 (49,282).
TEXAS 001 220 0005 9 1 Segura ss 5 1 4 2 0 0 .338 Desmond lf 0 1 0 0 1 0 .283
hits and had three RBIs for Houston. CHICAGO 103 000 02X6 5 4 Gamel lf 4 1 0 0 1 0 .336 Tauchman lf 1 0 0 0 0 0 .250 NATIONALS 7, CARDINALS 2
RED SOX 15, BLUE JAYS 1: Mookie Betts hit two home runs a-singled for Kozma in the 9th. b-out on Cano 2b 3 1 1 3 1 0 .284 c-Valaika ph-lf 1 0 1 0 0 0 .226 WASHINGTON AB R H BI BB SO AVG.
fielders choice for DeShields in the 9th. Haniger rf 4 0 0 0 0 1 .285 Tapia rf 4 0 0 0 0 2 .280 Goodwin lf 4 1 1 1 0 0 .263
and matched a career-high with eight RBIs to help Boston 1-ran for Mazara in the 9th. Seager 3b 4 0 0 0 0 1 .257 Story ss 3 0 1 1 0 1 .226 Taylor cf 3 1 1 0 1 1 .280
rout Toronto. Betts went 4 for 6. EChirinos (1), Frazier (8), Sanchez (3), Valencia 1b 4 0 0 0 0 2 .270 Hanigan c 4 0 1 0 0 1 .260 Harper rf 5 2 3 4 0 0 .318
Smith (2), Engel (1). LOBTexas 9, Chicago 4. Heredia cf 1 1 0 0 3 0 .282 1-Chatwood pr 0 1 0 0 0 0 .179 Murphy 2b 3 1 1 0 2 1 .334
INDIANS 11, TIGERS 8: Jose Ramirez homered twice, and 2BAndrus (19), Abreu (22). HRNapoli (16), 2-Dyson pr-cf 0 0 0 0 0 0 .253 Ottavino p 0 0 0 0 0 0 --- Rendon 3b 4 0 1 1 1 0 .297
off Quintana; Cabrera (9), off Ross; Sanchez Zunino c 4 0 0 0 0 2 .232 Rusin p 0 0 0 0 0 0 .500 Lind 1b 3 1 1 0 1 1 .324
Cleveland snapped Justin Verlanders decade-long streak (4), off Leclerc. RBIsAndrus (50), Napoli Powell dh 4 1 2 0 0 1 .219 Marquez p 2 0 0 0 0 1 .105 Romero p 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000
of games with at least one strikeout. (35), Lucroy 2 (22), Cabrera (47), Abreu (55), TOTALS 33 5 7 5 5 7 Oberg p 0 0 0 0 0 0 --- d-Drew ph 1 0 0 0 0 1 .311
Frazier (40), Davidson (39), Sanchez 2 (23). LOS ANGELES AB R H BI BB SO AVG. a-Amarista ph 1 0 0 0 0 0 .268 Albers p 0 0 0 0 0 0 ---
ORIOLES 7, RAYS 1: Manny Machado hit a three-run homer, SBChirinos (1), Hanson (4). CSEngel (1). Maybin cf-rf 3 0 0 1 0 0 .257 Senzatela p 0 0 0 0 0 0 .154 Wieters c 5 1 1 0 0 1 .244
and Kevin Gausman pitched seven innings of two-hit ball. SFDavidson. Calhoun rf 3 1 0 0 1 1 .242 d-Wolters ph-c 1 0 1 0 0 0 .293 Difo ss 2 0 1 1 1 0 .198
DPTexas 2 (Beltre, Napoli), (Andrus, Kozma, Graterol c 0 0 0 0 0 0 .260 TOTALS 36 3 10 3 1 9 Scherzer p 1 0 0 0 1 0 .184
ROYALS 6, TWINS 2: Alcides Escobar had two hits and two Napoli); Chicago 1 (Davidson, Sanchez, Pujols dh 3 0 0 0 1 0 .231 ARIzONA AB R H BI BB SO AVG. b-Zimmerman 1b 0 0 0 0 1 0 .335
RBIs for Kansas City. Frazier). Escobar 3b 4 0 1 1 0 0 .288 Blanco cf-lf 4 0 1 0 0 1 .258 TOTALS 31 7 10 7 8 5
TEXAS IP H R ER BB SO NP ERA Simmons ss 4 0 0 0 0 1 .278 Herrmann lf 4 0 0 0 0 2 .188 ST. LOUIS AB R H BI BB SO AVG.
GIANTS 5, PIRATES 3: Brandon Belt had an RBI single in the Ross 5 4 4 4 5 3 97 6.41 Maldonado c 3 0 1 0 0 1 .251 Rodney p 0 0 0 0 0 0 --- Carpenter 1b 4 1 1 0 0 1 .231
Frieri, H, 2 1 0 0 0 0 2 16 3.00 1-Young Jr. pr 0 1 0 0 0 0 .275 Goldschmidt 1b 2 1 0 0 2 1 .316 Pham cf 3 1 1 2 1 1 .283
seventh, then added a two-run homer in the eighth. Bush, H, 2 1 0 0 0 1 2 18 3.90 Pennington 2b 1 0 0 0 0 1 .252 Lamb 3b 4 1 1 0 0 1 .282 Piscotty rf 4 0 1 0 0 2 .246
CUBS 6, REDS 2: Jake Arrieta pitched one-hit ball for seven Leclerc, L, 1-2 1 1 2 2 1 1 21 3.38 Valbuena 1b 3 1 1 0 0 1 .190 Owings rf 3 1 1 2 1 1 .297 Gyorko 3b 3 0 0 0 1 3 .295
CHICAGO IP H R ER BB SO NP ERA Espinosa 2b 2 0 1 0 0 0 .168 Drury 2b 4 1 2 1 0 0 .286 Molina c 4 0 0 0 0 1 .268
innings without allowing a stolen base. Quintana 4.1 6 5 3 2 5 96 4.45 a-Franklin ph-lf 1 0 1 1 0 0 .200 Iannetta c 4 0 1 0 0 2 .231 Grichuk lf 4 0 0 0 0 3 .223
PHILLIES 7, METS 1: Nick Pivetta allowed one hit in seven Swarzak 1.2 1 0 0 0 3 19 2.61 Revere lf-cf 3 0 1 0 0 0 .227 Marte ss 4 0 2 1 0 0 .333 Garcia 2b 3 0 1 0 1 0 .217
Kahnle 1.1 0 0 0 0 2 18 2.20 TOTALS 30 3 6 3 2 5 Walker p 2 0 0 0 0 0 .192 Mejia ss 4 0 0 0 0 2 .200
strong innings for his second major league win. Robertson, W 1.2 2 0 0 1 2 32 SEATTLE 001 010 0305 7 0 b-Peralta ph 1 0 0 0 0 0 .316 Martinez p 1 0 0 0 0 1 .161
MARINERS 5, ANGELS 3: Robinson Cano hit a three-run 3.00HBPRoss (Smith). LOS ANGELES 000 000 1203 6 0 R.De La Rosa p 0 0 0 0 0 0 --- a-Voit ph 1 0 1 0 0 0 .400
T3:43. A26,206 (40,615). a-singled for Espinosa in the 8th. J.De La Rosa p 0 0 0 0 0 0 --- Mayers p 0 0 0 0 0 0 ---
homer in the eighth inning. 1-ran for Maldonado in the 8th. 2-ran for Fuentes cf 0 0 0 0 0 0 .256 c-Martinez ph 1 0 0 0 0 1 .267
DIAMONDBACKS 4, ROCKIES 3: Ketel Marte lined a run-scor- ASTROS 8, YANKEES 1 Heredia in the 9th. TOTALS 32 4 8 4 3 8 Brebbia p 0 0 0 0 0 0 ---
NEW YORK AB R H BI BB SO AVG. LOBSeattle 6, Los Angeles 3. 2BSegura COLORADO 000 110 0013 10 1 e-DeJong ph 1 0 0 0 0 0 .269
ing single in the ninth to lift Arizona. Gardner dh 5 0 0 0 0 2 .260 (13). HRCano (17), off Middleton. RBIs ARIzONA 000 201 0014 8 3 TOTALS 33 2 5 2 3 15
Judge rf 4 0 2 0 0 2 .327 Segura 2 (25), Cano 3 (60), Maybin (20), One out when winning run scored. WASHINGTON 203 000 0207 10 1
PADRES 5, DODGERS 3: Jhoulys Chacin pitched five Sanchez c 3 0 2 0 1 1 .289 Escobar (24), Franklin (11). SBRevere (7). a-flied out for Oberg in the 7th. b-lined out for ST. LOUIS 000 000 0202 5 1
scoreless innings. Gregorius ss 3 0 0 0 1 1 .310 CSEspinosa (5). SFMaybin. Walker in the 7th. c-singled for Tauchman in a-singled for Martinez in the 5th. b-pinch hit
Ellsbury cf 4 0 0 0 0 2 .269 DPSeattle 1 (Cishek, Segura, Valencia); Los the 8th. d-singled for Senzatela in the 9th. for Scherzer in the 8th. c-struck out for Mayers
NATIONALS 7, CARDINALS 2: Bryce Harper homered Headley 3b 4 1 1 0 0 2 .250 Angeles 1 (Simmons). 1-ran for Hanigan in the 9th. in the 8th. d-struck out for Romero in the 9th.
twice against Carlos Martinez, and Max Scherzer Carter 1b 4 0 1 1 0 3 .207 SEATTLE IP H R ER BB SO NP ERA COLORADO IP H R ER BB SO NP ERA e-flied out for Brebbia in the 9th.
Wade 2b 2 0 0 0 1 0 .125 Paxton, W, 6-3 6.1 2 1 1 2 3 87 3.27 Marquez 5.2 5 3 3 3 6 101 4.41 WASHINGTON IP H R ER BB SO NP ERA
struck out 12 over seven scoreless innings. a-Refsnyder ph 0 0 0 0 1 0 .135 Cishek, H, 4 .2 0 0 0 0 0 1 4.15 Oberg .1 0 0 0 0 0 4 4.67 Schrzr, W, 10-5 7 2 0 0 2 12 100 1.94
Frazier lf 3 0 0 0 1 0 .286 Vincent .1 4 2 2 0 0 23 2.25 Senzatela 2 0 0 0 0 2 25 4.58 Romero 1 3 2 2 0 2 29 3.72
TOTALS 32 1 6 1 5 13 Rzepczynski, H, 9.10 0 0 0 0 7 3.38 Ottavino, L, 1-3 .1 2 1 1 0 0 10 5.28 Albers 1 0 0 0 1 1 21 1.76
HOUSTON AB R H BI BB SO AVG. Diaz, S, 13-16 1.1 0 0 0 0 2 19 3.62 Rusin 0 1 0 0 0 0 4 2.40 ST. LOUIS IP H R ER BB SO NP ERA
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Marisnick cf 0 0 0 0 0 0 .258 Chavez, L, 5-9 5 4 2 2 2 3 96 4.97 Walker 7 6 2 1 1 8 107 3.30 Mayers 3 2 2 1 3 1 44 4.50
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SCOREBOARD
GOLF BASEBALL AUTO RACING CYCLING SOCCER
PGA Tour- $233,911 2017 All-Star Rosters NASCAR Monster Energy Tour de France Confederations Cup
Chella Choi 66-70-67-71 274 -10
Quicken Loans National $148,585 Tuesday, July 11 Cup-Coke Zero 400 Sunday SEMIFINALS
At TPC Potomac at Avenel Farm Mi Hyang Lee 69-67-72-67 275 -9 At Marlins Park, Miami At Liege, Belgium At Kazan, Russia
Late Saturday
Potomac, Md. Amy Yang 65-71-71-68 275 -9 x-starter; p-player ballot elected; m-choice Second Stage Chile 0, Portugal 0, Chile advanced 3-0 on
At Daytona International Speedway
Purse: $7.1 million Sei Young Kim 69-66-72-68 275 -9 of MLB A 126.4-mile flat ride from Duesseldorf, penalty kicks
Daytona Beach, Fla.
Yardage: 7,107; Par: 70 $93,565 (Years All-Star in parentheses) Germany to Liege At Sochi, Russia
Lap length: 2.50 miles
(x-won on first playoff hole) Inbee Park 73-67-69-68 277 -7 American League 1. Marcel Kittel, Germany, Quick-Step Germany 4, Mexico 1
F-S Driver (Car) Laps, Rating, Points
$1,278,000 Lexi Thompson 70-69-69-69 277 -7 Manager - Terry Francona, Cleveland 1-6 Ricky Stenhouse Jr (F) 163, 0, 40 Floors, 4:37:06. 2. Arnaud Demare, France,
x-Kyle Stanley 70-70-67-66 273 -7 $75,029 Coach - Kevin Cash, Tampa Bay FDJ, same time. 3. Andre Greipel, Germany, THIRD PLACE
2-11 Clint Bowyer (F) 163 0, 42
$766,800 Pitchers Lotto-Soudal, same time. 4. Mark Cavendish, At Moscow
Stacy Lewis 74-67-70-67 278 -6 3-24 Paul Menard (C) 163 0, 34
p-Dellin Betances, N.Y. Yankees (4) Britain, Dimension Data, same time. 5. Dylan Portugal 2, Mexico 1, OT
Charles Howell III 71-69-67-66 273 -7 Kelly W Shon 77-63-71-67 278 -6 4-23 Michael McDowell (C) 163 0, 38
$411,800 $61,963 m-Yu Darvish, Texas (4) 5-22 Ryan Newman (C) 163 0, 32 Groenewegen, Netherlands, LottoNL-Jum-
m-Michael Fulmer, Detroit (1) bo, same time. 6. Sonny Colbrelli, Italy, CHAMPIONSHIP
Rickie Fowler 70-72-68-65 275 -5 Lizette Salas 71-72-67-69 279 -5 6-30 David Ragan (F) 163 0, 38
p-Dallas Keuchel, Houston (2) Bahrain-Merida, same time. 7. Ben Swift, At St. Petersburg, Russia
Martin Laird 67-72-69-67 275 -5 Madelene Sagstrom 70-72-66-71 279 -5 7-32 Brendan Gaughan (C) 163 0, 0
p-Craig Kimbrel, Boston (6) Britain, UAE Team Emirates, same time. 8. Germany 1, Chile 0
$216,994 Jiyai Shin 70-71-64-74 279 -5 8-27 AJ Allmendinger (C) 163 0, 29
Keegan Bradley 71-68-70-67 276 -4 $47,606 m-Corey Kluber, Cleveland (2) 9-17 Erik Jones (T) 163 0, 28 Nacer Bouhanni, France, Cofidis, same time. 9.
Sung Kang 66-69-71-70 276 -4 Jessica Korda 70-72-68-70 280 -4 m-Lance McCullers Jr., Houston (1) 10-29 Chris Buescher (C) 163 0, 27 Michael Matthews, Australia, Sunweb, same MLS
Marc Leishman 66-72-72-66 276 -4 Brittany Lincicome 70-66-74-70 280 -4 p-Andrew Miller, Cleveland (2) 11-36 Corey Lajoie (T) 163 0, 26 time. 10. Peter Sagan, Slovakia, Bora-Hans-
grohe, same time. 11. Andrea Pasqualon, Italy, EASTERN CONFERENCE
Spencer Levin 70-70-65-71 276 -4 Sarah Jane Smith 70-67-72-71 280 -4 p-Chris Sale, Boston (6) 12-12 Jimmie Johnson (C) 163 0, 33 W L T Pts GF GA
David Lingmerth 65-65-73-73 276 -4 Sung Hyun Park 71-70-67-72 280 -4 p-Ervin Santana, Minnesota (2) 13-28 Matt DiBenedetto (F) 163 0, 24 Wanty-Groupe Gobert, same time. 12. Pieter
Chicago 11 3 4 37 35 17
Curtis Luck, 68-71-67-70 276 -4 Gerina Piller 73-66-69-72 280 -4 p-Luis Severino, N.Y. Yankees (1) 14-8 Jamie McMurray (C) 163 0, 27 Vanspeybrouck, Belgium, Wanty-Groupe
Toronto FC 10 3 5 35 31 18
Ben Martin 68-73-70-65 276 -4 So Yeon Ryu 69-68-71-72 280 -4 p-Jason Vargas, Kansas City (1) 15-31 Darrell Wallace Jr (F) 163 0, 0 Gobert, same time. 13. John Degenkolb,
New York City FC 10 5 3 33 34 21
Johnson Wagner 66-71-71-68 276 -4 $37,779 Catchers 16-34 Ty Dillon (C) 163 0, 24 Germany, Trek-Segafredo, same time. 14.
Orlando City 8 6 5 29 21 26
$133,125 Carlota Ciganda 71-69-72-69 281 -3 x-Salvador Perez, Kansas City (5) 17-20 Daniel Suarez (T) 163 0, 20 Daniel McLay, Britain, Fortuneo-Oscaro, same
Atlanta United FC 8 7 3 27 35 25
Jason Gore 69-74-67-67 277 -3 Nelly Korda 69-70-71-71 281 -3 p-Gary Sanchez, N.Y. Yankees (1) 18-4 Kasey Kahne (C) 163 0, 23 time. 15. Alexander Kristoff, Norway, Katusha
Columbus 8 10 1 25 29 32
Bill Haas 69-70-71-67 277 -3 Candie Kung 71-68-69-73 281 -3 Infielders 19-26 Landon Cassill (F) 163 0, 18 Alpecin, same time. 16. Matteo Trentin, Italy,
New York 7 8 2 23 17 23
Geoff Ogilvy 67-65-74-71 277 -3 Michelle Wie 68-70-70-73 281 -3 p-Yonder Alonso, Oakland (1) 20-16 Kyle Busch (T) 163 0, 17 Quick-Step Floors, same time. 17. Dion Smith, Philadelphia 6 7 4 22 24 20
Nick Watney 72-70-71-64 277 -3 Moriya Jutanugarn 69-68-71-73 281 -3 x-Jose Altuve, Houston (5) 21-33 Elliott Sadler (C) 163 0, 0 New Zealand, Wanty-Groupe Gobert, same Montreal 5 5 6 21 26 26
$99,400 $31,865 p-Starlin Castro, N.Y. Yankees (4) 22-2 Chase Elliott (C) 162 0, 15 time. 18. Angelo Tulik, France, Direct Energie, New England 5 8 5 20 27 28
Ricky Barnes 68-68-73-69 278 -2 Marina Alex 71-68-74-69 282 -2 x-Carlos Correa, Houston (1) 23-14 Trevor Bayne (F) 160 0, 14 same time. 19. Edvald Boasson Hagen, Nor- D.C. United 5 10 3 18 12 27
B. DeChambeau 67-71-74-66 278 -2 Wei-Ling Hsu 69-72-71-70 282 -2 p-Francisco Lindor, Cleveland (2) 24-18 Denny Hamlin (T) 157 crash, 0, 22 way, Dimension Data, same time. 20. Alexey WESTERN CONFERENCE
Patrick Reed 67-72-72-67 278 -2 Brittany Altomare 67-73-72-70 282 -2 x-Jose Ramirez, Cleveland (1) 25-10 Danica Patrick (F) 154 crash, 0, 12 Lutsenko, Kazakhstan, Astana, same time. W L T Pts GF GA
Kevin Streelman 68-72-69-69 278 -2 Suzann Pettersen 71-72-66-73 282 -2 p-Miguel Sano, Minnesota (1) 26-9 Ryan Blaney (F) 154 crash, 0, 20 Also Sporting Kansas City 8 4 7 31 23 13
Daniel Summerhays 66-68-70-74 278 -2 $25,623 m-Jonathan Schoop, Baltimore (1) 27-13 Matt Kenseth (T) 154 crash, 0, 22 35. Geraint Thomas, Britain, Sky, same time. FC Dallas 7 3 7 28 26 16
$71,000 Karine Icher 71-73-71-68 283 -1 x-Justin Smoak, Toronto (1) 28-15 Kurt Busch (F) 153 crash, 0, 19 37. Chris Froome, Britain, Sky, same time. 43. San Jose 7 6 5 26 20 22
Harris English 70-67-72-70 279 -1 Jenny Shin 75-68-72-68 283 -1 Outfielders 29-21 Kyle Larson (C) 153 crash, 0, 8 Nairo Quintana, Colombia, Movistar, same Portland 7 7 5 26 32 29
Danny Lee 70-68-72-69 279 -1 Joanna Klatten 69-74-71-69 283 -1 p-Mookie Betts, Boston (2) 30-37 Reed Sorenson (C) 147 0, 7 time. 61. Andrew Talansky, United States, Houston 7 7 4 25 31 28
Kevin Na 75-69-68-67 279 -1 Gaby Lopez 68-72-73-70 283 -1 p-Michael Brantley, Cleveland (2) 31-3 Brad Keselowski (F) 113 crash, 0, 16 Cannondale Drapac, same time. 71. Alberto Los Angeles 6 7 4 22 26 26
Patrick Rodgers 71-73-66-69 279 -1 Austin Ernst 74-69-68-72 283 -1 p-AvisaiL Garcia, Chicago (1) 32-1 Dale Earnhardt Jr (C) 106 crash, 0, 14 Contador, Spain, Trek-Segafredo, same time. Vancouver 6 7 3 21 21 25
$54,670 Aditi Ashok 69-69-73-72 283 -1 x-Aaron Judge, N.Y. Yankees (1) 33-5 Kevin Harvick (F) 105 crash, 0, 9 88. Romain Bardet, France, AG2R La Mondiale, Seattle 5 7 6 21 22 27
Billy Horschel 70-73-70-67 280 E Kim Kaufman 68-71-69-75 283 -1 x-George Springer, Houston (1) 34-25 Martin Truex Jr (T) 73 crash, 0, 3 same time. 146. Taylor Phinney, United States, Colorado 6 10 1 19 18 24
Jason Kokrak 72-68-71-69 280 E $18,130 x-Mike Trout, L.A. Angels (6) 35-7 Joey Logano (F) 71 crash, 0, 8 Cannondale Drapac, same time. 150. Nathan Minnesota United 5 10 3 18 25 41
Tyrone Van Aswegen 72-66-74-68 280 E Minjee Lee 71-72-72-69 284 E Designated Hitters 36-19 Austin Dillon (C) 70 crash, 0, 1 Brown, United States, Cannondale Drapac, Real Salt Lake 5 12 2 17 17 38
$45,144 Mi Jung Hur 71-73-70-70 284 E p-Nelson Cruz, Seattle (5) 37-39 Jeffrey Earnhardt (C) 57 engine, 0, 1 same time. 154. Thibaut Pinot, France, FDJ, NOTE: Three points for victory, one point
Zac Blair 67-74-69-71 281 +1 Ai Miyazato 72-72-67-73 284 E x-Corey Dickerson, Tampa Bay (1) 38-40 D.J. Kennington (C) 14 engine, 0, 1 same time. for tie.
Tony Finau 69-75-69-68 281 +1 Alena Sharp 71-71-69-73 284 E Final Vote Candidates 39-35 Cole Whitt (C) 9 engine, 0, 1 Overall Standings Saturday, July 1
Robert Garrigus 71-71-69-70 281 +1 Ashleigh Buhai 70-71-70-73 284 E SS Elvis Andrus, Texas 40-38 Ryan Sieg (T) 7 engine, 0, 0 (After two stages) Chicago 4, Vancouver 0
Jonathan Randolph 70-73-70-68 281 +1 Angel Yin 71-69-71-73 284 E SS Xander Bogaerts, Boston Key: (C) Chevy, (D) Dodge, (F) Ford, (T) Toyota 1. Geraint Thomas, Britain, Sky, 4:53:10. 2. FC Dallas 3, Toronto FC 1
Byeong Hun An 70-74-66-71 281 +1 Haru Nomura 73-66-72-73 284 E SS Didi Gregorius, N.Y. Yankees Race Statistics Stefan Kueng, Switzerland, BMC Racing, 5 sec- Montreal 2, D.C. United 0
Nick Taylor 66-70-73-72 281 +1 Jane Park 71-68-71-74 284 E 1B Logan Morrison, Tampa Bay Average Speed of Winner: 123.976 mph. onds behind. 3. Marcel Kittel, Germany, Quick- Portland 1, Sporting Kansas City 1, tie
$36,565 Emily K. Pedersen 68-71-71-74 284 E 3B Mike Moustakas, Kansas City Time of Race: 3 hours, 17 minutes, 12 Step Floors, :06. 4. Vasil Kiryienka, Belarus, Atlanta United FC 2, Columbus 0
Michael Kim 69-69-71-73 282 +2 Jodi Ewart Shadoff 70-66-74-74 284 E seconds. Sky, :07. 5. Matteo Trentin, Italy, Quick-Step Colorado 3, Houston 1
Andrew Loupe 70-69-69-74 282 +2 $13,681 National League Margin of Victory: 0.213 seconds. Floors, :10. 6. Chris Froome, Britain, Sky, :12. 7. San Jose 2, Los Angeles 1
Xander Schauffele 71-73-70-68 282 +2 Su Oh 68-75-70-72 285 +1 Manager - Joe Maddon, Chicago Cubs Caution Flags: 14 for 51 laps. Jos van Emden, Netherlands, LottoNL-Jumbo, Sunday, July 2
$30,530 Georgia Hall 76-67-69-73 285 +1 Coach - Don Mattingly, Miami Lead Changes: 33 among 16 drivers. :15. 8. Michal Kwiatkowski, Poland, Sky, same Philadelphia 3, New England 0
Ben Crane 73-70-72-68 283 +3 Jaye Marie Green 70-72-70-73 285 +1 Pitchers Lap Leaders: D.Earnhardt 0; C.Elliott 1-4; time. 9. Edvald Boasson Hagen, Norway, Di- Tuesdays Games
Matt Jones 68-74-71-70 283 +3 Ally McDonald 69-70-73-73 285 +1 p-Wade Davis, Chicago (3) B.Keselowski 5-28; K.Harvick 29-30; B.Kesel- mension Data, :16. 10. Nikias Arndt, Germany, Columbus at Minnesota United, 7 p.m.
Peter Malnati 72-67-72-72 283 +3 $11,828 p-Zack Greinke, Arizona (4) owski 31-33; K.Harvick 34; B.Keselowski 35; Sunweb, same time. 11. Taylor Phinney, United San Jose at Atlanta United FC, 7 p.m.
Seamus Power 72-69-69-73 283 +3 Lee Lopez 70-74-74-68 286 +2 m-Brad Hand, San Diego (1) D.Earnhardt 36; B.Keselowski 37-43; E.Jones States, Cannondale Drapac, :17. 12. Andriy D.C. United at FC Dallas, 8:30 p.m.
Scott Stallings 72-71-70-70 283 +3 Holly Clyburn 74-70-71-71 286 +2 p-Greg Holland, Colorado (3) 44-47; D.Hamlin 48; E.Jones 49-53; D.Hamlin Grivko, Ukraine, Astana, same time. 13. Daryl Seattle at Colorado, 9 p.m.
$24,850 Ryann OToole 73-70-71-72 286 +2 p-Kenley Jansen, L.A. Dodgers (2) 54-67; M.Kenseth 68-69; T.Bayne 70-71; Impey, South Africa, Orica-Scott, :19. 14. Real Salt Lake at Los Angeles, 10:30 p.m.
Brian Gay 70-71-69-74 284 +4 Alison Lee 68-72-74-72 286 +2 p-Clayton Kershaw, L.A. Dodgers (7) M.Kenseth 72-78; D.Hamlin 79; M.Kenseth Jonathan Castroviejo, Spain, Movistar, :20. Wednesdays Games
Lucas Glover 68-76-72-68 284 +4 $10,592 m-Corey Knebel, Milwaukee (1) 80-81; K.Harvick 82-85; R.Stenhouse 86-91; 15. Michael Matthews, Australia, Sunweb, New York at New England, 7:30 p.m.
Kelly Kraft 71-71-73-69 284 +4 Mirim Lee 73-70-74-70 287 +3 p-Carlos Martinez, St. Louis (2) D.Suarez 92-101; M.Kenseth 102; J.Johnson same time. 16. Pierre-Roger Latour, France, Toronto FC at Orlando City, 7:30 p.m.
$19,681 Karen Chung 74-70-69-74 287 +3 m-Pat Neshek, Philadelphia (2) 103-106; C.Bowyer 107-110; R.Stenhouse AG2R La Mondiale, :25. 17. Peter Sagan, Montreal at Houston, 8:30 p.m.
Wesley Bryan 75-68-71-71 285 +5 In Gee Chun 73-66-73-75 287 +3 p-Robbie Ray, Arizona (1) 111-117; M.Kenseth 118-126; R.Blaney Slovakia, Bora-Hansgrohe, same time. 18. New York City FC at Vancouver, 10 p.m.
James Hahn 67-73-73-72 285 +5 $9,709 p-Max Scherzer, Washington (5) 127-135; K.Kahne 136-137; D.Suarez 138; Alexey Lutsenko, Kazakhstan, Astana, :29. Chicago at Portland, 10:30 p.m.
Russell Henley 67-77-74-67 285 +5 Jeong Eun Lee 71-73-73-71 288 +4 m-Stephen Strasburg, Washington (3) K.Kahne 139-148; R.Stenhouse 149-150; 19. Philippe Gilbert, Belgium, Quick-Step Thursdays Game
Trey Mullinax 71-70-71-73 285 +5 Amelia Lewis 73-70-71-74 288 +4 Catchers T.Dillon 151-157; D.Ragan 158-161; R.Sten- Floors, :30. 20. Robert Gesink, Netherlands, Philadelphia at Sporting Kansas City,
Cameron Percy 70-70-75-70 285 +5 $8,686 p-Yadier Molina, St. Louis (8) house 162-163 LottoNL-Jumbo, :31. 8:30 p.m.
$16,934 Dani Holmqvist 75-67-76-71 289 +5 x-Buster Posey, San Francisco (5) Leaders Summary (Driver, Times Led,
Wyndham Clark, 72-70-71-73 286 +6 Belen Mozo 72-72-70-75 289 +5 Infielders Laps Led): B.Keselowski, 4 times for 31 laps;
Mackenzie Hughes 68-74-71-73 286 +6 Katherine Kirk 73-70-71-75 289 +5 x-Nolan Arenado, Colorado (3) M.Kenseth, 5 times for 16 laps; R.Stenhouse, ON THE AIR
Kyle Reifers 70-68-72-76 286 +6 Lydia Ko 70-68-76-75 289 +5 x-Zack Cozart, Cincinnati (1) 4 times for 13 laps; D.Hamlin, 3 times for 13
Hudson Swafford 74-70-74-68 286 +6 Lindy Duncan 74-69-69-77 289 +5 p-Paul Goldschmidt, Arizona (5) laps; K.Kahne, 2 times for 10 laps; D.Suarez, Basketball 8 p.m. FS1 Big3 Games
$15,975 $7,944 m-Josh Harrison, Pittsburgh (2) 2 times for 9 laps; R.Blaney, 1 time for 8 laps; Cycling 8 a.m. NBCSN Tour de France, stage 3
Arjun Atwal 68-67-75-77 287 +7 Bronte Law 69-75-73-73 290 +6 p-Jake Lamb, Arizona (1) E.Jones, 2 times for 7 laps; T.Dillon, 1 time for MLB 2 p.m. MLB Orioles at Brewers
Ryan Blaum 72-71-71-73 287 +7 Lee-Anne Pace 72-69-76-73 290 +6 p-DJ LeMahieu, Colorado (2) 6 laps; K.Harvick, 3 times for 4 laps; C.Bowyer, 8 p.m. FSOH Reds at Rockies
Martin Flores 68-75-72-72 287 +7 Cydney Clanton 71-73-70-76 290 +6 x-Daniel Murphy, Washington (3) 1 time for 3 laps; C.Elliott, 1 time for 3 laps; J. 700 AM
Shawn Stefani 71-72-69-75 287 +7 $7,592 p-Corey Seager, L.A. Dodgers (2) Johnson, 1 time for 3 laps; D.Ragan, 1 time for ESPN Red Sox at Rangers
Robert Streb 70-71-74-72 287 +7 Caroline Hedwall 70-70-75-76 291 +7 m-Joey Votto, Cincinnati (5) 3 laps; T.Bayne, 1 time for 1 lap; D.Earnhardt, 11 p.m. MLB Regional Coverage
Kevin Tway 72-70-75-70 287 +7 $7,326 x-Ryan Zimmerman, Washington (2) 2 times for 0 laps. NBA 1 p.m. NBA Summer League, Knicks vs. Thunder
$15,407 Eun-Hee Ji 75-69-74-74 292 +8 Outfielders 3 p.m. NBA Summer League, Magic vs. Mavericks
Sam Saunders 68-72-73-75 288 +8 Min Lee 70-73-71-78 292 +8 p-Cody Bellinger, L.A. Dodgers (1) 5 p.m. NBA Summer League, Pacers vs. Heat
Vaughn Taylor 72-72-78-66 288 +8 $7,019 x-Charlie Blackmon, Colorado (2) PREGAME.COM LINE 7 p.m. NBA Summer League, Celtics vs. 76ers
$15,123 Klara Spilkova 71-68-82-73 294+10 p-Michael Conforto, N.Y. Mets (1) 9 p.m. NBA Summer League, Spurs vs. Jazz
Billy Hurley III 73-71-72-73 289 +9 $7,019 x-Bryce Harper, Washington (5) MLB Tennis 7 a.m. ESPN Wimbledon Championships, first round
Ollie Schniederjans 71-73-75-70 289 +9 L. Gonzalez Escallon 73-70-76-75 294+10 m-Ender Inciarte, Atlanta (1) National League
$14,768 $6,796 FAVORITE LINE UNDERDOG LINE
D.A. Points 69-74-73-74 290+10 Sandra Changkija 70-74-78-74 296+12
x-Marcell Ozuna, Miami (2)
p-Giancarlo Stanton, Miami (4) at WASHINGTON-167 New York +157
Calendar
Brett Stegmaier 72-70-76-72 290+10 Dori Carter 72-72-76-76 296+12 Final Vote Candidates at PHILADELPHIA-114 Pittsburgh +104
Harold Varner III 72-70-75-73 290+10 Paula Creamer 71-72-76-77 296+12 Cincinnati Reds Xenia Scouts
1B Justin Bour, Miami at ST. LOUIS -147 Miami +137
$14,271 Today at Rockies, 8:10 p.m. Tuesday vs. Grand Lake, 2:05 p.m.
3B Kris Bryant, Chicago at COLORADO -178 Cincinnati +166
Derek Fathauer 72-71-81-67 291+11 Cleveland Indians Columbus Crew
Brandon Hagy 72-72-71-76 291+11
HNA Open de France 3B Anthony Rendon, Washington American League
Tuesday vs. Padres, 7:10 p.m. Tuesday at Minnesota, 7 p.m.
1B Mark Reynolds, Colorado at NEW YORK -129 Toronto +119
J.J. Henry 73-70-74-74 291+11 At Le Golf National Dayton Dragons FC Cincinnati
3B Justin Turner, L.A. Dodgers Boston -116 at TEXAS +106
J.B. Holmes 71-72-73-75 291+11 Guyancourt, France Today vs. Fort Wayne, 7 p.m. July 12 at Miami, 7:35 p.m.
at MINNESOTA -123 Los Angeles +113
$13,916 Purse: $7 million Champion City Kings Dayton Dutch Lions
at OAKLAND -125 Chicago +115
Tim Wilkinson 71-72-75-74 292+12 Yardage: 7,249; Par: 71 Midwest League at SEATTLE -127 Kansas City +117
Today vs. Butler, 6:35 p.m. Today at Cin. Dutch Lions, 7 p.m.
$13,774 T. Fleetwood, England 67-68-71-66 272 Eastern Division Hamilton Joes Dayton Dynamo
Interleague
David Hearn 71-72-76-75 294+14 P. Uihlein, United States 67-67-71-68 273 W L Pct. GB Tuesday vs. Cincinnati, 7:05 p.m. Friday vs. Erie, 7:30 p.m.
at MILWAUKEE OFF Baltimore OFF
$13,632 T. Olesen, Denmark 69-69-73-65 276 West Michigan (Tigers) 9 2 .818
Grayson Murray 68-75-71-81 295+15 M. Lorenzo-Vera, France 71-69-70-66 276 Lake County (Indians) 7 4 .636 2

1,000 off
A. Bjork, Sweden 66-69-70-71 276
BASKETBALL
$
Fort Wayne (Padres) 7 4 .636 2
Ryan Fox, New Zealand 73-67-70-67 277
US Senior Open Li Haotong, China 71-70-70-67 278
Great Lakes (Dodgers) 6 5 .545 3
At Salem CC Ross Fisher, England 70-67-71-70 278
Dayton (Reds) 5 6 .455 4 WNBA
Bowling Green (Rays) 4 7 .364 5 EASTERN CONFERENCE
Peabody, Mass. Adrian Otaegui, Spain 68-66-74-70 278
Lansing (Blue Jays) 3 7 .300 5 W L Pct GB
Tub-to-Tub OR Tub-to Shower
Purse: $4 million Jon Rahm, Spain 70-69-71-69 279
South Bend (Cubs) 2 8 .200 6 Washington 10 6 .625
Yardage: 6,815; Par: 70 Lee Westwood, England 71-67-71-70 279
Western Division Connecticut 8 7 .533 1
$720,000 Alex Noren, Sweden 69-71-69-70 279
Kenny Perry 65-64-67-68 64 -16
$432,000
Beloit (Athletics)
Quad Cities (Astros)
W L Pct.
7 4 .636
7 4 .636
GB


New York
Indiana
Atlanta
7
7
6
7 .500
8 .467
7 .462
2
2
3
conversions
Kirk Triplett 62-67-66-71 66 -14
$267,607
AREA RESULTS Kane County (Diamondbacks) 6 4 .600 Chicago 3 12 .200 7
Peoria (Cardinals) 6 4 .600 WESTERN CONFERENCE
Brandt Jobe 70-69-62-70 71 -9 Golf Cedar Rapids (Twins) 5 6 .455 2 W L Pct GB
$171,914 Cassel Hills Low Gross: Mike Buchy 75, Wisconsin (Brewers) 5 6 .455 2 Minnesota 12 1 .923
Tom Lehman 65-68-70-69 72 -8 John Whitley 77, John Follick 80, Curt Lawson Burlington (Angels) 4 7 .364 3 Los Angeles 12 3 .800 1
Fred Couples 68-65-70-69 72 -8 80. Low Net: Keith Furlong 66, Bill Hoffman Clinton (Mariners) 3 8 .273 4 Phoenix 7 6 .538 5
$138,536 70, Bill Young 71. Proximities: Ron Rehmert Sundays Games Dallas 8 9 .471 6
Glen Day 69-67-71-67 74 -6 SD # 8, Chet Politowski CTP # 9, John Whitley Dayton 5, Fort Wayne 4 Seattle 7 8 .467 6
$112,664 CTP # 13. West Michigan 6, Great Lakes 2 San Antonio 1 14 .067 12
Scott Verplank 66-66-73-70 75 -5 Eaton: Low Gross: Chris Ditmer 68, Tim Cedar Rapids 3, Clinton 0 Saturdays Games
Stephen Ames 70-66-69-70 75 -5 Garber 69. Low Net: Mike Bolinger 64. Team Quad Cities 4, Burlington 3, 11 innings Connecticut 91, Indiana 85
Vijay Singh 70-67-68-70 75 -5 First Gross: Chris Ditmer/Doug Haston. Team Beloit 4, Wisconsin 2 Seattle 89, Dallas 69
$88,924 First Net: Gary Peffly/Mike Bolinger.

(937) 874-5235
Bowling Green 7, Lake County 1 Sundays Games
Lee Janzen 68-69-71-68 76 -4 Elks 51 1st Place: R. Conard/D. Clouse/D. Peoria at Kane County, late Los Angeles 76, Washington 69
Doug Garwood 64-67-74-71 76 -4 Tucker/L. Decarlo -34. 2nd Place: D. Estep, M. Lansing at South Bend, late Atlanta 81, New York 72
$65,955 Howell, T. Schilling -32. 3rd Place: A. Idle/V. Todays Games Todays Games
Olin Browne 63-73-72-69 77 -3
Jeff Sluman
Joe Durant
68-68-71-70 77 -3
66-67-73-71 77 -3
Whitt/L. Weaver/C. Hayden 28.
Dayton 1st Place: Tim Brabender/John
Jervis 75, Tim Brabender/Doug Stolle 75. 3rd
Bowling Green at Lake County, 7 p.m.
Fort Wayne at Dayton, 7 p.m.
No games scheduled
Tuesdays Games thebathmasters.com
West Michigan at Great Lakes, 7:05 p.m. No games scheduled
Michael Allen 68-69-69-71 77 -3 Place: Tim Brabender/Eric Hick 58.
Jerry Kelly 68-71-67-71 77 -3 Cedar Rapids at Clinton, 7:30 p.m.
Sugar Valley Mens: Tim Phillips 131, Peoria at Kane County, 7:30 p.m.
Paul Broadhurst 67-67-71-72 77 -3 Steve Priore 133, Eric Evans 134, Steve
$46,015 Quad Cities at Burlington, 7:30 p.m.
Kreitzer 134, Larry Mattey 135, Jerry Wassem Lansing at South Bend, 7:35 p.m.
Miguel Angel Jimenez 67-71-72-68 78 -2 136, Mike Bly 136. Womens: Peg Wynkoop
Jesper Parnevik 70-67-70-71 78 -2 Wisconsin at Beloit, 8 p.m.
136, Bobbie Rizzo 144, Robin Robinson 145,
David Frost 70-66-70-72 78 -2 Charlotte OMeara 145, Cindy Nickell 146.
Bernhard Langer 67-65-72-74 78 -2 Walnut Grove: Jack Dowler/Chip Stork 137, Sundays box score
Steve Flesch 71-68-65-74 78 -2 Carl Whitener/Don Harting 137, Mike Rice/
$32,371 Jim Sullivan 139, Byron Denny/Gary Berry 140, Dragons 5, TinCaps 4
Jeff Maggert 67-69-76-67 79 -1 Eric Weber/Tom Landgren 140. Fort Wayneab r h bi Dayton ab r h bi
Bob Estes 68-70-72-69 79 -1 NCR Low Gross: Matt & Eileen Bonelli 64, Ilarraza 2b 4 1 2 1 Siri rf 5 0 1 2
Jerry Smith 65-69-75-70 79 -1 Jason and Renee Lincoln 64. Low Net: Mike & Reed cf 4 1 1 1 Mrdirsian 2b 4 0 1 0
Billy Andrade 72-67-69-71 79 -1 Mary Gearhardt 59, Doug & Pat Hawthorne Tatis ss 3 2 2 1 Trammell c 2 1 1 0
Billy Mayfair 67-72-69-71 79 -1 59, Tom & Rosie Sammon 59, Bill & Deb Thaler Young 1b 4 0 1 0 Stephnsn dh4 0 1 1
Marco Dawson 72-68-66-73 79 -1 59. Club Net Skins: Mike Wolters 1, Bill Rush Ona dh 3 0 1 0 Sansone 3b 2 0 0 0
$24,122 1, Mike Iding 1, Rick Pummill 2, Chad Hayes 1, Potts 3b 4 0 1 1 Brown c 3 2 0 0
Kevin Sutherland 70-70-70-70 80 E Dale Jarrett 3, Terry Duffy 2, Brian Silverberg Suwinski rf 4 0 0 0 Franklin 1b 3 2 2 2
Peter Fowler 71-70-69-70 80 E 2, Ray Copenheaver 1, Dee Dee Huffer 5, Suzi Greene c 4 0 1 0 Vargas ss 3 0 0 0
Todd McCorkle 68-71-70-71 80 E Duffy 3, Emily Dell 4. Easley pr 0 0 0 0 Collymore lf 4 0 0 0
Duffy Waldorf 65-72-71-72 80 E Sycamore Creek Low Net: Judi Williams Boykin lf 40 0 0
Paul Goydos 65-68-73-74 80 E 69, Sue Milton 70, Rosemary Smith 71, Linda Totals 34 4 9 4 Totals 30 5 6 6
Scott Dunlap 68-71-67-74 80 E Glidewell 71. Low Gross: Judi Williams 93, Fort Wayne 100 100 200 4 9 1
$19,877 Rosemary Smith 97, Linda Glidewell 99. Dayton 011 212 00x 5 6 0
Scott Parel 68-71-73-69 81 +1 Miami Valley R. Blas 63, B. Weygant
Corey Pavin 66-73-66-76 81 +1 67, D. Paul 68, C. Coffey 68, J. Carter 69, M. ETatis (19). 2B - Tatis (15), Ona (7),
$17,784 Anderson 69, D. Pennell 70, R. Bachman 71, Greene (14). HR - Ilarraza (3), Reed (2), Tatis
Ian Woosnam 70-69-73-70 82 +2 P. Thomas 71. (12), Franklin (1). SB - Trammell (21). CS -
Mike Goodes 67-70-74-71 82 +2 Moraine Low Net: Woody Kiefaber 134, Mardirosian (1). LOB - Dragons 9, TinCaps 5.
Scott McCarron 72-67-71-72 82 +2 Frank Fasano 140, Al LeFeld 140, Bob Davis Fort Wayne IP H R ER BB SO
$15,773 141, Tom Grawe 141, Andy Willhelm 142, Lawson 4.0 1 2 2 5 4
Jeff Gallagher 67-74-72-70 83 +3 David Roer 144, Ray Lane 145, Daryl Douple Rodriguez (L, 3-8) 4.0 5 3 1 1 2
Tom Watson 69-69-73-72 83 +3 145, Jack King 145, Annie Arme 62, Nancy Dayton IP H R ER BB SO
$12,972 King 66. Jordan 5.0 5 4 4 1 8
Tom Pernice 68-72-71-73 84 +4 Kuhnel (W, 1-3) 2.0 2 0 0 0 1
Colin Montgomerie 71-69-71-73 84 +4 Hole in One Stallings (H, 6) 1.0 1 0 0 1 1
Jay Haas 70-70-70-74 84 +4 Rick Rose, 188 yards with a 4-hybrid on Adams (S, 1) 1.0 1 0 0 0 1
Cesar Monasterio 71-70-69-74 84 +4 hole No. 8 at Meadowbrook at Clayton. BalkLawson. HBP Franklin (by Rodri-
Mike Small 67-72-69-76 84 +4 guez), Mardirosian (by Rodriguez).
$10,361 T2:40. A7,417.
Bart Bryant 74-67-72-72 85 +5
Bowling
P.H. Horgan 70-71-70-74 85 +5 Poelking Wilmington Jim Bruce 706,
$9,143 Jerry Harmon 695, Craig Baker 676, Dan Saturdays box score
Jim Schuman 70-70-73-73 86 +6 Donaldson 654, Cindy Manz 561.
Dragons 8, TinCaps 1
Wes Short Jr. 70-70-72-74 86 +6
Barry Lane 65-72-74-75 86 +6 Baseball Fort Wayneab r h bi Dayton ab r h bi
Stu Ingraham 72-69-70-75 86 +6 Tatis ss 4 0 2 0 Siri cf 5 2 3 3
Prospect League Reed cf 3 0 0 0 Beltre rf 4 0 0 0
$8,610 East Division
Roger Chapman 68-70-75-74 87 +7 Ona lf 2 1 0 0 Trammell lf 4 1 3 0
W L PCT GB Zunica dh 2 0 0 0 Stephenson c 4 1 2 2
$8,409 Champion City Kings 19 11 0.633 0
a-Robby Funk 69-72-75-72 88 +8 Potts 3b 4 0 0 0 Sansone 3b 4 2 2 1
Chillicothe Paints 16 12 0.571 2 Young 1b 4 0 0 0 Yari 1b 4 1 2 0
Miguel Angel Martin 69-70-76-73 88 +8 Butler BlueSox 14 13 0.519 3.5
Andre Bossert 72-69-74-73 88 +8 Suwinski rf 2 0 0 0 Brown dh 3 0 0 0
West Virginia Miners 14 15 0.483 4.5 Easley 2b 4 0 1 0 Mardirosian 2b40 0 1
Neal Lancaster 70-71-73-74 88 +8 Kokomo Jackrabbits 12 18 0.400 7
Jeff Roth 70-70-73-75 88 +8 Kennedy c 4 0 0 0 Ovalle ss 4 1 1 1
Saturdays result Totals 29 1 3 0 Totals 36 8 13 8
$8,208 Champion City 7, Kokomo 3
Brad Bryant 71-68-74-76 89 +9 Fort Wayne 000 000 010 1 3 0
Sundays result
$8,127 Dayton 011 002 22x 8 13 1
Kokomo 3, Champion City 2
Joey Sindelar 71-70-73-77 91 +11 EOvalle (1). 2BYari (5). HRSansone
$8,039 Great Lakes Summer Collegiate League (7), Siri 2 (11), Stephenson (6). SBEasley
Steve Pate 73-68-77-74 92 +12 Southern Division (5), Trammell (20). CSTatis (10), Siri (10).
W L PCT GB LOBTinCaps 8, Dragons 5.
LPGA Tour-KPMG Womens Cincinnati Steam 11 8 0.579 0 Fort Wayne IP H R ER BB SO
Richmond Jazz 10 8 0.556 .5 McDade (L, 0-1) 6.2 11 6 6 0 5
PGA Championship Xenia Scouts 11 9 0.550 .5 Rogers 1.1 2 2 2 1 1
At Olympia Fields CC S Ohio Copperheads 10 9 0.526 1 Dayton IP H R ER BB SO
Olympia Fields, Ill. Hamilton Joes 6 12 0.333 4.5 Santillan (W, 5-3) 5.0 3 0 0 3 8
Purse: $3.5 million Saturdays results Mena (H, 1) 2.0 0 0 0 1 3
Yardage: 6,588; Par: 71 Xenia 3, Cincinnati 2 Riehl 0.2 0 1 0 1 2
$525,000 Hamilton 12, Southern Ohio 7 Fossas 1.1 0 0 0 0 1
Danielle Kang 69-66-68-68 271 -13 Sundays results WPRiehl. BalkMena. HBPOna (by
$322,446 Xenia 4, Cincinnati 3 Riehl), Suwinski (by Fossas).
B. M. Henderson 68-69-69-66 272 -12 Hamilton vs. Southern Ohio, inc. T2:52. A7,897.
C6 COMPLETE. IN-DEPTH. DEPENDABLE. | DAYTON DAILY NEWS | MONDAY, JULY 3, 2017

Weather
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Forecast prepared by Storm Center 7 Meteorologists Sidney
83/63
Chief Meteorologist
TODAY: 86/64 Greenville Urbana Eric Elwell
Partly cloudy. Chance 83/65 Troy 83/63
for PM showers and 83/63
storms.
8 a.m. 64 Partly Cloudy
5 p.m. 86 Chance of a Thunderstorm
9 p.m. 80 Chance of a Thunderstorm The chance for showers and a few
Springfield
storms will continue both today Past Temperature Trend
TUE 85/66 Eaton and on Independence Day. These High Normal high
85/65 83/63 Low
Partly cloudy. Chance storms are likely to develop during Normal low
for PM showers and the heat of the day in the later
storms. Dayton 90
Xenia afternoon and evening. While they 86
86/66 82 82 84
85/63 will not be widespread, they will 80 78
WED 86/67 give way to locally heavy rain and
74 73
Middletown lightning and thunder. While some
70 66 68 66
Partly cloudy. Chance Lebanon 63
for rain late. 85/63 may stay dry, it's still a good idea 60
85/63 53 51 53
to have a backup plan indoors 50
Hamilton Wilmington both days should a storm pop up
THU 82/69 86/63 85/63 overhead.
40
Showers and storms. M T W T F S S
Cincinnati
88/65
ALMANAC
FRI 84/66 Temperature Environment
Chance of High 84 Air quality 74/Moderate
storms. Low 63 Pollutant Ozone
High year ago 74 Ozone Index 74

U.S. AND GLOBAL FORECAST AND STATISTICS Low year ago


Normal high
52
84
Grasses
Trees
Mod.
High
Key: s-sunny; pc-partly cloudy; Today Tue. Wed. Normal low 64 Molds Na
c-cloudy; i-ice; sh-showers; t-
World
thunderstorms; r-rain; sf-snow urries; Beijing 96/75 CL 91/74 TS 91/74 TS London 75/56 PC 75/57 CY 81/60 PC New Delhi 91/81 TS 96/82 PC 96/80 PC Record high 99 in 1966 Weeds Low
sn-snow; w-windy. Boston 89/66 PC 79/63 PC 81/63 PC Hong Kong 86/82 TS 86/81 TS 88/82 TS Mexico City 76/56 TS 77/56 TS 75/55 RN Paris 75/54 PC 78/59 CL 84/64 CL Record low 48 in 1904
Buffalo 78/59 PC 78/59 PC 82/67 PC Jerusalem 97/74 CL 94/68 CL 90/66 CL Montreal 74/56 PC 76/56 PC 80/61 CL Rio 70/61 PC 73/62 PC 74/63 PC
Ohio extremes
Today Tue. Wed.
Charleston 89/65 PC 90/66 PC 92/70 PC
Ohio/Region Kabul 92/66 CL 93/68 CL 91/68 CL Moscow 67/51 RN 67/50 RN 63/51 TS Tokyo 89/77 RN 85/75 TS 83/73 TS
Precipitation Newark 89
Charlotte 90/71 TS 89/72 TS 89/72 TS
Akron 82/61 TS 82/63 TS 86/68 TS Springfield 60
Chicago 80/63 PC 81/66 TS 82/66 TS 24 hrs. ending 5 p.m. 0.00"
Athens 86/65CL 86/65 PC 90/67 SH
Seattle
Chillicothe 86/65FG 86/65 PC 88/67 TS
Dallas
Denver
95/78 PC 95/78 PC 94/77 PC
89/62 PC 91/61 PC 92/64 PC
71/54
L L Month to date Trace
Ultraviolet Index
Cincinnati 88/68PC 87/69 TS 88/70 TS
Des Moines 86/69 TS 83/68 TS 84/68 TS
Helena Nrm. month-to-date 0.27"
Cleveland 80/64TS 79/65 PC 84/69 TS 93/59 Boston
Detroit 79/60 PC 80/63 PC 82/66 TS
Minneapolis 89/66 Year to date 29.28" Today 8
Columbus 85/65TS 86/66 TS 88/69 TS
El Paso 100/75PC 101/75 PC 98/75 PC 81/64 H Nrm. year-to-date 21.48" UV scale: 0-2=low;
Fort Wayne 83/65 TS 83/65 TS 84/68 TS
Hillsboro 85/65PC 85/67 PC 88/68 TS
Honolulu 87/77 SH 88/76 PC 88/76 PC
L L H Detroit
New York
88/69
3-5=moderate; 6-7=high;
Houston 92/77 PC 91/77 PC 92/76 PC
San Francisco 8-10=very high; 11-12=extreme.
Indianapolis 88/69TS 86/69 TS 86/69 TS 79/60
Kansas City 86/71 TS 86/71 TS 85/70 TS 73/56 Cheyenne Precipitation trend
Lima 83/65 TS 83/65 TS 85/67 TS
Las Vegas 106/83CL 108/86 CL 111/87 PC 86/55
Chicago
80/63
Skywatch
Louisville 81/61 TS 81/61 TS 85/67 TS Washington D.C.
Los Angeles 70/61 FG 73/62 FG 73/65 PC Dayton 94/74 2017 2016 Avg. Recd./Yr.
Mansfield 81/63 TS 81/63 TS 85/67 TS
Memphis 88/75 TS 91/76 TS 91/76 TS Las Vegas Denver 86/66 H Jan. 3.42 1.50 2.88 12.41-1937
Marietta 86/63CL 86/65 PC 90/67 PC
Miami 89/79 PC 89/79 TS 89/79 TS
106/83 H 89/62
L Feb. 1.52 3.32 2.30 5.77/1990
L H
Portsmouth 88/67 PC 88/67 PC 90/68 TS
Richmond 81/61 TS 83/63 TS 85/67 TS
Minneapolis 81/64 PC 82/67 TS 85/67 PC March 4.95 5.50 3.48 7.65/1964 Jul 9 Jul 16 Jul 23 Jul 30
New Orleans 92/78 PC 92/79 PC 93/79 PC April 5.46 2.95 3.96 9.20/1996
Sandusky 79/65 TS 79/65 PC 83/68 TS
Los Angeles Memphis Atlanta
Toledo 81/62 TS 80/63 TS 83/67 TS
New York 88/69 TS 83/69 PC 82/69 PC
70/61 Albuquerque 88/75 May 6.50 6.50 4.32 9.05/1995 Sunrise today 6:14 a.m.
89/71
Wash. CH 86/66PC 85/67 TS 86/68 TS
Okla. City
Orlando
94/73 TS 94/73 TS 91/71
92/74 TS 94/74 TS 91/75 TS
TS 95/64
H June
July
7.43
Trace
3.60
2.97
4.27 10.89/1958
4.53 8.55/1990
Sunset today 9:08 p.m.
Wheeling 83/63 TS 85/65 TS 86/68 TS
Youngstown 80/58TS 80/61 PC 84/67 TS
Philadelphia 93/71 PC 88/68 PC 87/68 PC L Aug. - 3.74 2.67 8.03/1974 Moonrise today 4:18 p.m.
Zanesville 85/64TS 85/65 TS 86/68 TS
Phoenix 107/86 PC 110/87 PC 112/88 PC New Orleans Sept. - 3.28 3.30 10.84/2011 Moonset today 2:44 a.m.
Pittsburgh 82/62 TS 83/63 PC 85/68 TS Houston 92/78 Oct. - 1.90 2.26 7.08/1919
Lake Erie Portland OR 79/55 PC 86/58 PC 88/59 PC Yesterday's Extremes 92/77 H Nov. - 1.08 3.35 8.07/1985 River Stages
Northwest winds 5 to 10 knots, Reno 98/65 CL 98/63 CL 95/65 PC Miami Dec. - 2.99 3.06 10.04/1990
becoming northeast. Waves 1 foot or Salt Lake 98/70 PC 100/71 PC 100/72 PC
Warmest: Death Valley, Calif., 114 89/79 Great Miami River Chg.
Coldest: Leadville, Colo., 33 Year 29.28 35.78 40.38
less. San Antonio 96/77 PC 96/75 PC 96/75 PC Miamisburg 8.9 ft +1.4 ft
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BOXING TOUR DE FRANCE

Kittel sprints to win


second Tour stage
Thomas keeps leaders
jersey, 5 seconds ahead;
Froome in sixth place.
By Andrew Dampf
Associated Press

LIEGE, BELGIUM Germanys Mar-


cel Kittel met expectations and
won the second stage of the Tour
de France with a commanding
sprint finish Sunday while three-
time champion Chris Froome
didnt lose any time despite fall-
ing to the pavement amid a mass
crash on a wet corner. Marcel Kittel celebrates Sunday
Froomes Sky teammate, Ger- after winning Stage 2 of the
aint Thomas, held on to the lead- Tour de France. CHRIS GRAYTHEN /
ers yellow jersey. GETTY IMAGES
Australias Jeff Horn celebrates his upset of WBO world welterweight champion Manny Pacquiao on Froome was near the front of
Sunday in front of more than 50,000 people in Brisbane. TERTIUS PICKARD / ASSOCIATED PRESS the peloton when a Katusha rider
ahead of him lost control coming Germany crossed third and Mark

Pacquiao stunned by Aussie


around a sharp turn with about Cavendish of Britain was fourth.
20 miles to go. The domino reac- Cavendish has been the dom-
tion also took down last years inant sprinter of his generation
runner-up, Romain Bardet. but did not have ideal preparation
Froomes shorts and several for the Tour after coming down
Former schoolteacher Some critics slammed it as a Horn was confident he was layers of skin were torn, and he with mononucleosis caused by
Horn earns unanimous hometown decision, saying the sta- always ahead on points, and was had to change bikes as three team- the Epstein-Barr virus in April.
tistics had Pacquiao landing twice startled after the ninth when the mates paced him back to the That makes Kittel, who now
points decision. the number of power punches referee asked if he was OK to con- peloton. has 10 wins this season, the man
as Horn. tinue. Obviously, it was a stressful to be beat.
ByJohn Pye Thats the decision of the judges. I felt buzzed for sure, but Im the day in the rain and with that tum- The route started with a short
Associated Press I respect that, Pacquiao said on Hornet Ive got to come back, ble, Thomas said. We all knew circuit, returning to Duesseldorf
the ESPN broadcast. We have a Horn said. Im not a quitter. Aus- (Froome) was OK. It was just a after passing through the Neander
BRISBANE, AUSTRALIA It went rematch clause, so no problem. tralians arent quitters to start with. matter of getting him back on. Valley. The peloton then veered
all the way and ended in a conten- But Pacquiaos conditioning Weve showed were winners. Having won the opening time southwest through Moenchen-
tiously bitter loss, the opposite of trainer, the Los Angeles-based It was the battle of Brisbane, trial Saturday, Thomas remained gladbach and the border city of
what Manny Pacquiaos handlers former Australian heavyweight thats for sure. Absolutely unbe- five seconds ahead of Swiss rider Aachen before crossing into Bel-
predicted for his WBO welterweight Justin Fortune, was critical of the lievable. Stefan Kueng in the overall stand- giums French-speaking Wallo-
world title fight against Jeff Horn. referees and the judging. Co-promotor Bob Arum said it ings. nia region.
Pacquiaos long-time trainer Manny lost the fight, but Jeff was a close fight. It could have With a 10-second bonus, Kit- An early four-man breakaway
Freddie Roach tipped a short Horn looks like a pumpkin. Those gone either way. tel moved up to third overall, six consisting of Thomas Boudat,
and sweet knockout win for the scores, that card? he said, It A couple of close rounds, but seconds behind Thomas. Taylor Phinney, Yoann Offredo
11-time world champion in Sundays should be the other way. you cant argue with the result, Froome is sixth, 12 seconds and Laurent Pichon all Tour
so-called Battle of Brisbane, but Horn started strongly and won at he said. I scored a lot of the early behind. rookies quickly gained more
Horn got a unanimous points deci- least three of the first five rounds rounds for Jeff. Then I had Manny For the races first full road stage than a three-minute lead.
sion in his first world title fight on all three of the judges cards. coming back in the middle. The following Saturdays opening time Phinney, an American with Can-
delighting the 51,052-strong crowd. But Pacquiao, after twice need- 12th round, Jeff really won. If you trial, Kittel clocked slightly more nondale, and Offredo, a French-
The 38-year-old Philippines sen- ing treatment for a cut on top of give Manny the 11th, you have it a than 4 hours over the mostly man with Wanty, were caught by
ator arrived in Brisbane a week his head in the sixth and seventh draw. You give Jeff the 11th, its 7-5. flat 126-mile leg from Duessel- the main pack with exactly 1 kilo-
ahead of the fight with a char- rounds, appeared to dominate Roach had said earlier in the dorf, Germany, to Liege. meter to go.
tered plane carrying more than most of the rounds from the eighth. week that hed think about advis- It was Kittels 10th career Tour T h e r a c e l o s t A l e j a n d ro
a hundred supporters and as the He was close to finishing it in ing Pacquiao to retire if he lost the stage win. Valverde, who finished third in
hot favorite to beat Horn. the ninth when he relentlessly fight, but theyre already consid- As he often does after big wins, 2015, to a crash on a rain-slick-
But he left without the WBO belt. pounded Horn and had him wob- ering a rematch. Kittel dropped to the ground and ened bend Saturday. The Tour
All three judges awarded it to bling to the point where referee Horn cant see Pacquiao retir- started crying after he crossed remains in Belgium for the start
Horn, with Waleska Roldan scoring Mark Nelson asked the 29-year-old ing any time soon. the line. of Stage 3 today, 132-mile leg from
it 117-111 and both Chris Flores and former schoolteacher if he could Im sure hell want to come Arnaud Demare of France fin- Verviers to Longwy, France, that
Ramon Cerdan scoring it 115-113. continue. back, he said. ished second, Andre Greipel of passes through Luxembourg.
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COVER STORY

AIRBNB POPULAR, BUT


RENTING OUT YOUR CAR?

Ryan Root says his car was damaged three times in the course of 29 rentals through Turo. This is what it looked like after the second accident.
There are reasons accidents, thefts, insurance questions why lending services for private vehicles, such as Turo and Getaround, havent
taken off. RYAN ROOT VIA NEW YORK TIMES

Few drive more than two hours a day, so why not put millions of
privately owned vehicles into a part-time rental pool? Heres why.
Ron Lieber fornia, Oregon and Washington
2017 The New York Times that would generally keep insur-
ers from dropping your personal
On any given holiday week- coverage as punishment for put-
end, there might be 1 million ting your car up for rent. Those
people paying to stay in rooms Massachusetts operations had
in somebodys house or putting gone on for two years without
their whole family up at private any problems relating to lost
homes. Airbnb helps many of insurance, RelayRides said.
those travelers and is now a house- Except there was already a prob-
hold name. lem in the state that the com-
But personal vehicles, which pany did not tell me about at the
are also near the top of the list time: a fatal accident that killed
of many peoples most expensive the man who rented a car and
assets, are even more underused turned into an insurance night-
than homes. Most people dont mare for the vehicles owner. In
drive more than two hours a a follow-up column, I told the
day, after all. So why isnt there story of Liz Fong-Jones, who had
a globe-straddling colossus on put her car up for rent, and the
the tip of our tongues that puts four people who were injured
millions of privately owned vehi- when their vehicle was struck by
cles into a part-time rental pool? the man who had rented the car
Early in the decade, it looked (and who died). The subsequent
as if RelayRides might become lawsuits and claims threatened
that company. Since then, how- to eclipse the $1 million in liabil-
ever, two people have died in ity coverage that RelayRides pro-
crashes involving vehicles on its vides people who put their cars
rental platform. In New York, state on the platform. (Getaround has
authorities have effectively evicted a similar insurance policy.)
the company. And RelayRides Lets review the history, because which a number of insurance Eventually, all of the legal cases
has changed its name to Turo, as mixed as it is theyre still in companies expressed deep skep- settled without breaching the $1
given that it doesnt offer rides business and continue to attract ticism about customers putting million barrier, though the law-
the same way Lyft and Uber do. investments from the likes of their cars into a rental pool. In yers I reached this week said the
A competitor called Getaround Kleiner Perkins and Toyota. And that article, I quoted a statement terms of the agreements kept them
is also competing for cars and driv- even after crashes, some car own- from RelayRides in which the from saying much. In late 2013,
ers. Put your idle car to work, ers put their vehicles right back company said it had been oper- RelayRides published a blog post
its website boasts. Earn $10,000 up for rent once they come back ating successfully in Massachu- making the case that its insurance
a year. from the body shop. setts even without any legislation
Never heard of either business? In 2012, I wrote a column in like the kind that exists in Cali- Rental continued on SB4

MORE INSIDE

Should you
Parents of
transfer
bride still
your
stuck with
credit card
most of the
balance?
wedding
Pros and
bills,
cons,
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THE COST OF WEDDINGS

Brides parents still stuck


with bulk of wedding costs

The tradition of the brides parents funding the wedding is still alive. According to the 2017 Newlywed Report, parents of both the bride and groom
paid for 67 percent of the total wedding cost; of that, brides parents paid 43 percent, while grooms parents paid only 24 percent. TRIBUNE NEWS SERVICE

The practice acted like a dowry: A gift to a grooms


family to cover taking on a dependent woman.
ByJulie Halpert cent. Generally, the couple them- she says, as a practical measure, ing this, witnessing this day and
The Washington Post selves picked up the rest of the tab. this system works well; having bringing our friends and fami-
The practice of the brides family the brides family in charge allows lies together and celebrating. He
When Denise McGonigals four covering wedding costs is a centu- them to be in control, minimizing estimated that each wedding cost
daughters were young, she recalls a ries-old tradition that functioned as disagreement. roughly $100,000.
friend of her husband, Joe, shaking the equivalent of a dowry: a gift to Having a grooms family pay So how and when do parents
his head and saying: Oh, buddy, the grooms family for the expense for half or all of the wedding is start saving up for their daugh-
you are never going to be able to of taking on a dependent woman. extremely unusual, especially in ters weddings? Kathryn Hauer, a
retire. Its a direct descendant of the idea the South. Elie Cantrell, whos a financial planner in Aiken, South
From 2008 to 2012, the McGo- that women are depending on men professional proposal-planner with Carolina, said it cant hurt to set
nigals funded three weddings, and dont support themselves, so a the Yes Girls in Dallas, has only up a savings account at your local
spending $20,000 to $30,000 womans family should make one heard of one wedding where the bank that is earmarked for wed-
(adjusted for inflation) for each, last big investment, said Stepha- grooms family paid the entire bill. ding expenses, and to put extra
hosting 200 to 300 guests each nie Coontz, author of Marriage, a When Cantrell got married in April money in it when your child is in
time. The youngest waited until History and director of research 2016, her parents paid $50,000 high school or getting serious in a
2016 to tie the knot. The McGo- at the Council on Contemporary for her wedding at a ranch the relationship.
nigals, residents of Indianapolis, Families at the University of Texas same amount they paid for her Even if you only have a small
always expected to pay for their at Austin. Even though times have older sisters wedding. amount in there when that wed-
daughters weddings. changed, and women and men It was assumed my parents ding rolls around, it will be better
It was our gift to them. We loved typically come to marriage with would pay, she said. than nothing, she said.
planning every one, Denise said. similar earning power. And yet, As someone who helps those She said most financial plan-
She emphasized that the grooms the brides parents are still pay- proposing marriage pop the ques- ners dont recommend taking out
families were generous in other ing the equivalent of that dowry, tion, she said, almost all those pro- personal loans or home equity
ways, covering lavish rehearsal din- Coontz said. posals are made by men. loans to help pay for weddings,
ners and the honeymoons. With Its particularly ironic today, When it comes to weddings, though many parents of brides
their wedding expenses behind because many younger women people are still very traditional, do this. A lower-rate personal
them, Denise, who worked in pas- actually have more potential earn- she said. loan if you qualify is often a bet-
toral ministry and Joe, an attor- ing power than their hubbies, being Thoughparentsofmorethanone ter choice than maxing out credit
ney for the Justice Department, more highly educated, she added. marrying daughter face a greater cards, she said.
promptly retired the year their But she said many women still financial burden, many are hap- Coontz hopes the tradition of
youngest got married, when they hold the old-fashioned notion that pily footing the bill for multiple brides families paying for wed-
were both 63. marriage should be the high point weddings. dings will someday fade away.
Parents of daughters, beware: of their life, represented by a spe- Jim Palmer, who lives in Roch- That strikes me as something
The age-old tradition of the brides cial day, and brides parents buy ester Hills, Michigan, is the par- that really needs rethinking as
parents funding the wedding is still into the idea that their job is to ent of three daughters ages 31, 29 a practical basis in todays soci-
very much alive. According to the make that special day possible. and 27; hes paid for all their wed- ety, she said.
2017 Newlywed Report the larg- The grooms family typically dings. Locations have ranged from Still, as Palmer approaches walk-
est survey of 2016 weddings, con- pays for the rehearsal dinner and a yacht club in northern Michigan ing his last daughter down the aisle,
ducted by WeddingWire parents the bar tab at the wedding recep- to a historic landmark in down- he has no regrets.
of both the bride and groom paid tion. Thats a trend that Gloria Boy- town Detroit, where his young- I had this opportunity to do this
for 67 percent of the total wedding den, director of education for the est will celebrate in September. really great thing that is valued by
cost; of that number, parents of the Association of Bridal Consultants, A retired chief executive of an ad my daughters and my wife, he
bride paid 43 percent, while par- and owner of Events by Design in agency, Palmer said he and his said. We will enjoy this moment
ents of the groom paid only 24 per- Carmel, Indiana, has seen. And, wife were excited about throw- in time.

TRAVEL SAVINGS

Trip already booked? Five ways you can still save big
The more you save, the more cash you have for If your room doesnt have a ment, dining, traveling and buy- offers tours and other local activ-
the experience. Whats not to like? kitchen, Danielle Isbell, a writer ing mementos, fees of a couple of ities at a discount.
and photographer at Snaps Scrib- dollars here and there can add up
bles and Suitcases, offered this without you realizing until your PURCHASE A HOP-ON,
By Valencia Higuera food options, from restaurants cost-effective option: When you bill comes. HOP-OFF TOUR
GOBankingRates.com to food kiosks, and sometimes do eat out, eat out for lunch or If you plan on hitting several
theres the option of purchas- breakfast. They tend to be cheaper SEARCH FOR tourist spots in a single day, tak-
A vacation is an opportunity to ing a meal on a flight. Unfortu- than dinners. LOCAL DISCOUNTS ing a taxi from location to loca-
escape reality and enjoy down- nately, airlines and airport ven- Before paying full price for tion can get expensive. To explore
time, but it isnt without costs. dors often charge more for food AVOID A FOREIGN restaurants, entertainment and your destination on the cheap,
Whether youre planning a quick because passengers dont have TRANSACTION FEE other activities, check local deal purchase a hop-on, hop-off tour,
getaway or a weeklong trip, you any other choice, according to Traveling abroad with a credit sites in search of discounts. You if available. These tours give you
cant avoid the expense of trans- Max Robinson of Mahlatini Lux- card can be safer and more con- might find a multiday tour pass for a view of the whole city, and you
portation, food, accommodations ury Travel. If you want to save on venient. You dont have to deal discounts on admission to muse- can get off at each site and catch
and entertainment even if you your trip, bring your own food. with currency exchange or fear ums and other attractions. Addi- a later tour bus to go to the next
shop around for the best bargains. losing your cash. But if you bring tionally, some attractions might site, saving on travel costs between
But what if youve already DONT EAT OUT the wrong credit card, you could offer a discount if youre an auto destinations, according to Justin
booked an upcoming vacation? EVERY DAY get hit with foreign transaction club or credit card rewards mem- Pollack of TopView Sightseeing
No worries, there are still ways to Food is also an expense on fees. ber. Thanks to your credit card, Tours in New York City.
save money. The more you save, vacation because youre eating For those traveling internation- you can travel the world for prac-
the more cash you have for the out for breakfast, lunch and din- ally, make sure to sign up for or tically free. GOBankingRates.com is a leading
experience. Here are five ways to ner. Granted, most people dont bring a credit card with no foreign Patti Reddi, writer for the travel portal for personal finance news
save on your trip after booking. want to cook while traveling. But transaction fees, warned Nata- website TheSavvyGlobetrotter. and features, offering visitors the
if your hotel room has a kitchen- sha Rachel Smith, global head com, suggested Groupon. Look latest information on everything
SKIP MEALS AT ette, prepare some of your meals of communications and public at Groupon for discounts to attrac- from interest rates to strategies on
THE AIRPORT in the room to save money and relations at TopCashback.com. tions and activities youre inter- saving money, managing a budget
Airports offer a wide variety of avoid a common travel expense. Between hotel stays, entertain- ested in, she said. It frequently and getting out of debt.
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LIVING

Fitness centers ranked first among community amenities in the National Apartment Association survey. CLIQUE MEDIA GROUP

Amenities arms race heats up


in the apartment industry
Nowadays, a dull clubroom and a lonely treadmill
in a fitness center dont cut it for many renters.
By Kathy Orton pay for and what owners provide.
The Washington Post The survey also found differences
in popularity among amenities
Apartment living has changed in across different markets. What is
recent years. Gone are the days of popular in one city may barely get
shag carpeting and laminate coun- noticed in another. Using Enodo
tertops. Now renters demand hard- Score data, NAA broke down by
wood floors and high-end finishes amenity its frequency in a market
similar to what they would find in as well as the average rent premium
a single-family home. it garnered. In Boston, 25 percent
They also want a wide range of the properties had a fitness cen-
of amenities in their buildings. ter, allowing owners to charge a
Before, an owner might have got- $66.93 per unit per month pre-
ten away with a treadmill or two mium for it. In Colorado, only 13
in a fitness center. These days, percent of the properties had a fit-
tenants are willing to pay top dol- ness center, and owners charged
lar for doggy grooming spas, full- $22.04 extra in rent for it.
time concierge services, indoor The survey has its limitations,
basketball courts and electric car including a lack of market cover-
charging stations. These days, tenants are willing to pay top dollar for amenities like electric age in a few major metropolitan
Amenities are a hot topic in the car charging stations, plus doggy grooming spas, full-time concierge areas. Much of the data relies on
apartment housing industry. In services and indoor basketball courts. JIM GENSHEIMER / BAY AREA NEWS GROUP participants subjective opinions.
some competitive markets, an arms But its findings are nonetheless
race of sorts appears to be break- worth noting. As the homeown-
ing out as buildings try to outdo business centers and pet-friendly among community amenities in ership rate falls to near 50-year
one another with lavish features. amenities. You see this trend play- the NAA survey, which was no lows, the trend toward apartment
To get an idea of whats hot and ing out in apartment buildings surprise to Clare. living is growing. More people are
whats not in the industry, the where the units are smaller and People say, Do we really need choosing to live in an apartment
National Apartment Association, the common areas are larger and a fitness center? Theres a gym and are demanding certain ame-
an Arlington, Virginia-based orga- designed for gatherings. right down the street, she said. nities. With more than half of the
nization, recently surveyed its When you think about the new But you do. I always say 100 per- rental housing stock built before
members across the country, as product that was built 20 years cent of your residents think they 1980, owners and operators are
well as nonmembers, about ame- ago, even 25 years ago, you put are going to use the fitness center, looking to update their proper-
nities added or upgraded between in a pool, maybe you put in a fit- only 10 percent will, but every- ties and wondering what makes
January 2014 and September 2016. ness center and you might have a body thinks they are. the most sense.
The results, which covered 100,000 clubroom. That was pretty much The top in-unit amenities In many cases with apartment
individual units in 35 states, were it, said Cindy Clare, chairman of included washer, dryers, high- communities, people do have
intended to provide guidance to the board of directors at NAA and end kitchen appliances and hard- choices, Clare said. We have to
owners and operators on which president of Kettler Management wood floors. Pet-friendly ameni- look at ... what are the things that
amenities offered the most return in McLean, Virginia. Now we are ties had the greatest impact on residents are willing to pay for and
on investment either through rent much more focused on a lifestyle, rent increases, with the lowest where you should spend your dol-
increases or higher occupancy whats going to work for our res- cost to implement. lars if you are looking at renova-
rates. But it also gives the rest of idents. Our clubrooms are much The NAA compared its results to tions, whats going to make your
us a sense of whats popular in more open and multipurpose, a study done by J Turner Research, property more desirable.
apartment living these days. and they get used. Its rare now which asked renters what they We think were building these
What NAA found is that half of when I go into one of our build- wanted in amenities. Fitness classes things that people want, but this
the top 10 community amenities ings where someone isnt in one and walking trails ranked top three research helps really know what
involve bringing people together, of the amenity spaces versus when in their survey, but 16th and 13th they want instead of just assum-
the community aspect of apart- I first started in this business and place in NAAs results. The differ- ing we know, Clare said.
ment living. Clubhouses and com- it was rare to see someone in the ences between the two studies high- To read more about the study,
mon areas for socializing made amenity spaces. light the mismatch that sometimes go to naahq.org/news-publica-
the top five, as did fitness centers, Fitness centers ranked first occurs between what residents will tions/value-add-amenities.

HOME LOANS

Miami tops nation in sales to unmarried co-borrowers


Homebuyers include Los Angeles (28.2 percent) and ple, unmarried co-borrowers on
millennials getting help Portland, Ore. (27.7 percent). the loan, up from 20 percent a
But those numbers dont mean year ago.
from parents, investors. that Miami has more unmarried The number of loans originated
couples living together than any on U.S. residential properties
By Rene Rodriguez other city. totaled 1,415,847, a drop of 30
Miami Herald The first thing that comes to percent from the previous quar-
mind when you hear co-borrow- ter and down 21 percent from a
MIAMI A new study analyzing ers is two people who are living year ago.
U.S. residential property loan together, said Ron Shuffield, The total dollar volume of loan
originations in the first quarter president of EWM Realty Interna- originations in the first quarter
of 2017 shows that unmarried tional. But co-borrowers could was also down 21 percent from a
co-borrowers accounted for 40.2 be anything from millennials year ago to $347.9 billion, the low-
percent of single-family home sale buying a home with the help of est since the first quarter of 2014.
loans in Miami more than any their parents to investors buying The loan origination report was
other city in the U.S. a property together. derived from publicly recorded
Rounding out the top five cit- Overall, the ATTOM report mortgages and deeds of trust col-
ies in the study by ATTOM Data shows 22 percent of all single-fam- lected in more than 950 coun- An ATTOM Data Solutions study shows in the first quarter of 2017,
Solutions were Seattle (37.4 per- ily purchases in the U.S. in the ties accounting for more than 80 Miami had the highest single-family home sale loans to unmarried
cent), San Diego (28.9 percent), first quarter of 2017 had multi- percent of the U.S. population. co-borrowers at 40.2 percent. BLOOMBERG
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CREDIT CARD DEBT

Credit card balance


transfers have pros, cons
They are often, but not always, ideal for those
struggling to pay off high-interest cards principal.
By Janna Herron
Bankrate.com

That credit card debt youve man-


aged to pile up is about to get more
expensive.
The Federal Reserve is poised to
raise its benchmark interest rate
twice more in 2017. That means
the interest rate you pay every
month on your credit card debt
could increase by half a percent-
age point before the year is out.
It may be time for you to shield
yourself from the impacts of a rate
hike by applying for a balance trans-
fer credit card.
A credit card offer that features a
low- or zero percent-interest intro-
ductory period on debt transferred
from another credit card can be an
efficient way to vanquish a large
credit card balance over time with-
out shelling out any (or very little)
interest. Its also the only practi-
cal way to pay off one credit card
with another. Credit card compa-
nies wont allow you to directly use
a credit card to make a monthly
payment.

WHO SHOULD (AND


SHOULDNT) GET ONE? The Federal Reserve is poised to raise its benchmark interest rate twice more in 2017. That means the interest
These cards are typically designed rate you pay every month on your credit card debt could increase by half a percentage point before the year is
for and offered to individuals with out. PITTSBURGH POST-GAZETTE
good to excellent credit. You may
not qualify if your credit isnt in
tip-top shape. If you have dam- ing is not worth it. To tread water new cards minimum monthly pay- opened, Sherry says. Then youll
aged credit, a personal loan might while aggressively paying down ment will be; often, its a percent- have two credit cards you need
be a better option, particularly if your debt in 12 months thats the age of the balance transfer. to pay off.
you can find a fixed-rate offer that right strategy.
is lower than your credit cards CAN I QUALIFY? LIVING WITH A TRANSFER
annual percentage rate. TIPS ON BALANCE Even if all the numbers pan out You qualified for the balance
Balance transfer cards are ideal TRANSFER CARDS in favor of a balance transfer, you transfer and moved your debt to
for individuals struggling to pay off Before jumping at an offer, read still have to qualify. That means a no-interest account. Now what?
the principal of their credit card the fine print and calculate the costs. you should have a good idea of Make sure the old card has been
debt due to high monthly inter- The key figures are the: what your credit looks like before paid off by getting a statement from
est payments. With balance trans- Introductory interest rate. applying. your old issuer. Sherry recommends
fer cards, you can make one low- Annual percentage rate (APR) Those with stellar credit (750 or keeping the old card open, charging
rate monthly credit card payment after the intro rate. above) will likely qualify for the very little each month (such as gas)
instead of several. Balance transfer fee. best teaser rates. If your credit and paying off the balance in full.
If you can really keep yourself Minimum monthly payment. score falls below that, you may That will help boost your credit
on a budget ... (a balance transfer Under federal law, the teaser get a higher teaser rate, but it still score while you pay down your
credit card) can be a useful tool for rate must last at least six months. may be lower than what youre debt. If a balance still remains on
paying down debts, says Thomas Many balance transfer credit cards paying now. the old card, continue to make pay-
Nitzsche, a certified credit coun- will offer introductory rates for lon- You have to set your expecta- ments on time.
selor and communications lead ger periods, anywhere from nine tions within the realm of reality, Meanwhile, attack the balance
at Money Management Interna- to 18 months or sometimes even says Bruce McClary, vice president transfer debt before the introduc-
tional, a Sugar Land, Texas-based longer, Nitzsche says. of public relations and external tory period is up. And make sure
nonprofit credit counseling agency. Use a credit card balance trans- affairs with the National Founda- every payment gets in on time.
But if youre simply transfer- fer calculator to figure out if youll tion for Credit Counseling. Otherwise, the intro rate could
ring balances from card to card, be able to pay off the balance in The other factor is the credit disappear.
the new one wont eliminate your full before the promotional period limit. Theres always a chance People who dont utilize these
debt woes. In fact, you could wind ends. Otherwise, you may end up the new issuer wont dole out a best practices risk digging a deeper
up exacerbating them because bal- paying a much higher rate on your large enough credit line for you hole for themselves.
ance transfers often involve fees credit balance. to transfer your entire balance, Theyve just doubled the amount
and could carry high go-to inter- In addition, stay away from using says Linda Sherry, director of of debt they are dealing with in a
est rates once the introductory the card for further purchases while national priorities at watchdog short amount of time, and then
period is over. paying off the balance. Its import- group Consumer Action. the debt becomes unmanageable,
You have to do a balance trans- ant to steadily reduce your credit Check the fine print to see if McClary says. Hold your feet to
fer for the right reasons, says John card balance on a monthly basis. there is a cap on the balance trans- the fire when it comes to paying
Ulzheimer, a nationally recognized Dont forget to add in the cost of fer amount. Otherwise, you may down that balance so you dont
credit expert formerly of FICO and the balance transfer fee, which is not find out if your new account get burned later.
Equifax. To do it to tread water typically around 3 percent of the will be able to swallow your bal-
for another 12 months before sink- balance. Also factor in what the ance until after the account is Visit Bankrate online at bankrate.com

Rental far from a reflex for the vast major-


ity of people. Some of this is prac-
in Smyrna, Georgia. Brian Lewis,
a lawyer representing a passen-
Lexus and Mercedes-Benz to cover
their own payments.
continued from SB1 tical, since if you commute each ger in the Turo vehicle, said the Even Root is willing to give Turo a
day, it may not be easy for a renter Turo renter was not the person fourth chance if he replaces his car
is actually better than what most to get to your car when youre at actually behind the wheel, and the after the three accidents. While he
people buy for themselves. the office. On the weekends, most suit would resolve the question of found the company difficult to deal
Earlier that year, however, the people want flexibility for leisure, whether Turos insurance ought to with after the damage occurred, he
New York State Department of errands and family rides. Also, cover that situation. (The lawyers was often making twice as much
Financial Services had issued a while homeowners have been tak- for the insurance company did not from renting it out as the car cost
Scam Alert warning people away ing in boarders for centuries, the respond to a request for comment.) in monthly lease payments, at least
from the company. In a consent possibility of effectively turning In an email, Webb said that the until it was totaled.
order, the Financial Frauds and your vehicle into a Zipcar wouldnt Turo vehicle in the Smyrna accident Im a businessman, and I want
Consumer Protection Division said have occurred to most people until had been stolen, that the insurance to leverage my assets and gener-
RelayRides had acted as an unli- the first Zipcar appeared in 2000. company does not believe it owes ate income from as many sources
censed insurance adjuster and pro- A search of the internet and court coverage to a criminal, and that as possible, he said. The con-
ducer, misrepresented the cover- filings suggests some other poten- the coverage would indeed protect cept and platform is ingenious, and
age it provided and most likely led tial problems. In the comments on the car owner. He declined to pro- when its working, it works well.
many people to violate their leas- a first-person blog post on Travel vide overall theft figures, though Fong-Jones told a similar story
ing and finance agreements. The Codex about car theft and Turo, he did say that it was extraordi- when I talked with her in 2012 about
company no longer does business I found Ryan Root. He put a Jag- narily rare. her replacement car. Continuing
in New York, and Getaround does uar on the Turo platform last year A spokeswoman for Getaround, to rent out her idle vehicle even
not have cars in the state either. and told me in an interview that Jacqueline Tanzella, said its rate of after the fatal accident was envi-
RelayRides changed its name it was damaged three times (and recovered cars from in-trip thefts ronmentally responsible, she said.
to Turo in 2015. Today it claims totaled) during 29 rentals in Bay- was 100 percent. It could also help fellow dog own-
nearly 150,000 cars on its plat- onne, New Jersey. Given all of the above, why would ers who had trouble finding car
form, which includes many vehi- Because of limited availability, anyone want to risk putting a car rentals because of no-pet clauses.
cles at airports, though it declined said a Turo spokesman, Steve Webb, on these platforms? According to She was named in multiple law-
to describe how active those own- no one was available to talk to me Turo, the money can be irresist- suits related to the accident, how-
ers are. Getaround would not dis- on the phone. He said via email that ible, especially for owners who ever, and her insurance company
close exact numbers, except to say less than 1 percent of Turo rentals might otherwise not be able to dropped her.
that there are thousands of cars in result in damage. afford the vehicle. The automaker Fong-Jones no longer owns a car,
its major urban markets. It counts One of Turos own insurance Tesla itself is looking to help its cus- but before she let her last one go,
owners who have made their cars partners filed suit in federal court tomers rent out their cars through she yanked it from the rental pool
available in the past month. last year over another death. In what it refers to as a shared fleet. after all. It was no longer there, she
Thats not nothing, but putting that instance, a Turo vehicle struck Getaround allows owners to fun- reported via Google+ in 2015, on
your car in a rental pool is clearly another car and killed its driver nel their rental revenue directly to advice of my attorney.
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INSURERS TRY VIRTUAL


VISITS FOR MEDICARE

HealthPartners Virtuwell service lets nurse practitioners diagnose, treat and prescribe for more than 60 common conditions. JEFF CARPENTER / HEALTH PARTNERS

Togettreatedforminorailments,tech-savvyseniorscanhavelivevideo
linkswithdoctorsoronlineinfoexchangeswithnursepractitioners.
By Christopher Snowbeck Facebook ads this year directed
Star Tribune (Minneapolis) PLANS CATCH ON venture with UCare, offers free at seniors touting its Virtuwell ser-
Medicare health plans are starting e-visits. vice, where nurse practitioners
MINNEAPOLIS The nascent trend to give seniors access tovirtual UnitedHealthcare: Provides provide diagnosis, treatment and
of patients getting health care online visitsfor addressing simple, virtual visits to more than prescriptions for more than 60
is coming to the Silver Sneakers nonemergency health care 1.1 million people in certain common conditions like sinus or
crowd. concerns online. Medicare health plans for bladder infections and minor skin
A growing number of Medicare individuals and groups. conditions. First launched in 2010
health plans are introducing vir- HealthPartners: Offers most and expanded to Medicare health
tual visits as an option for seniors, Medicare health plan enrollees plan enrollees two years later, the
with formats for handling minor free, unlimited e-visits through
59 percent service doesnt require an appoint-
ailments ranging from live video its service called Virtuwell. The share of seniors who used ment or video connection.
connections with doctors to online Humana: Offers virtual access online services in 2013. Since 2000, While the uptake in the senior
information exchanges with nurse to doctors in select counties in the number of seniors using online population is not as high as what
practitioners. Georgia and South Carolina. The services has steadily increased.A we see in the rest of the book of
For several years, the e-health program has expanded to 23 usage gap between seniors and business, we continue to see that
trend has focused on the under-65 states. other adults still remains. grow, said Dr. Kevin Ronneberg,
crowd, with online services mar- EssentiaCare: Through joint Source: Pew Research Center a vice president with HealthPart-
keted to busy parents and younger ners. Its growing at a rate that I
professionals accustomed to both would say is consistent with adop-
the internet and mobile devices. tion of technology for that same
Aversion to technology and com- for low-acuity care, the insurer says. one of the nations largest Medi- age group.
plicated health conditions likely Its fully covering online sessions care Advantage operators, started HealthPartners has published
make virtual visits virtually impos- for diagnosis and treatment of basic offering virtual visits in some states studies documenting savings with
sible for many with Medicare cov- conditions like allergies, bronchitis last year. the service, Ronneberg said, say-
erage. But theres a growing num- or the flu through real-time, inter- In Minnesota, virtual visits arent ing Virtuwell lets patients get care
ber of silver surfers who are active audio and video telecommu- an option yet in most Medicare at times they might otherwise go
spending more time online and nication and transmissions. health plans. to costly care settings like urgent
are likely willing to give virtual Were seeing a lot of Medicare But Minneapolis-based UCare care and ERs.
health care a try. plans begin to add telehealth ser- and Duluth-based Essentia Health Historically, seniors have been
I dont sell seniors short on vices, said Dr. Sylvia Romm, a included e-visits with no copay late adopters of technology, but
their ability to take up on this new medical director with American when they launched a new Medi- many are making deeper dives
model at all, said Ezra Golberstein, Well, the Boston-based company care health plan for 2016 in the into the online world, according
a health policy researcher at the thats one of two outside vendors northeast portion of the state. The to Pew Research Center.
University of Minnesota. Its not providing the UnitedHealthcare visits are an online exchange of Whereas just 14 percent of those
going to be for everybody ... but service. And were seeing good nonurgent medical information age 65 or older were going online in
it is a useful addition. uptake from older Americans. over a secure encrypted website, 2000, the share among all adults at
Minnetonka, Minn.-based Unit- The coverage applies only to but there isnt yet a video compo- the time was 50 percent. By 2013,
edHealthcare, the nations largest Medicare Advantage plans where nent, said Dr. Michael Van Scoy, 59 percent of seniors were going
insurer, launched virtual visits in seniors obtain benefits through a medical director of care manage- online, compared with 86 percent
January for more than 1.1 million private health insurer, rather than ment at Essentia Health, which of all adults.
people enrolled in the companys the traditional Medicare program. operates hospitals and clinics in Among seniors, the Pew sur-
Medicare health plans. Kentucky-based Humana, which the region.
The visits promise to reduce costs along with UnitedHealthcare is HealthPartners is launching Medicare continued on SC4

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