Xenia BOE holding information sessions
Independent pharmacy coming to Xenia
Immaculée Ilibagiza: ‘My heart transformed’
Job fair coming to XHS
Time out to try a truck
- Xenia BOE holding information sessions - 4:39 pm
- Independent pharmacy coming to Xenia - 4:38 pm
- Immaculée Ilibagiza: ‘My heart transformed’ - 4:37 pm
- Job fair coming to XHS - 4:37 pm
- Time out to try a truck - 4:37 pm
- 100 Women give to Pass It On - 4:06 pm
- CU ranked high for engagement - 4:06 pm
- WPAFB hosting retiree appreciation event - 4:04 pm
- CHS student wins billboard contest - 5:02 pm updated: 11:13 am.
- WPAFB Gate 12A to temporarily close - 5:02 pm
- First Road to Recovery 5K to be held - 5:01 pm
- Ex-township employee allegedly faked diploma - 5:00 pm
- WSU erects smoke-free signage - 4:24 pm
- Church packing meals for disaster relief - 4:23 pm
- Open schooling days available for equestrians - 10:50 am
- SALT to talk finances - 3:19 pm
- Street Fair to offer over 200 vendors - 3:18 pm
- Watch for deer this fall - 3:18 pm
- Early voting office open - 3:18 pm
- Students design winning billboards - 11:12 am
- Tunnel an ‘eye-opener’ - 11:12 am
- Voters meet Xenia candidates - 11:10 am
- Xenia teacher in jail in Logan County - 3:58 pm updated: 11:11 am.
- Euchre brings record crowd - 9:40 am
- Greeneview students among top bikers - 3:01 pm
WPAFB Gate 12A to temporarily close
WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE — Gate 12A (AFMC HQ gate) will be closed to all inbound and outbound traffic due to scheduled construction begin...
First Road to Recovery 5K to be held
XENIA — Greene County behavioral health agencies are hosting the first Greene County Road to Recovery 5K at 9:30 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 28.The even...
Ex-township employee allegedly faked diploma
BEAVERCREEK TOWNSHIP — The former employee named in a lawsuit by Beavercreek Township allegedly falsified college degree information and documen...
WSU erects smoke-free signage
FAIRBORN — New signs at Wright State University welcome students, staff and visitors to its tobacco-free campus. Donated by Public Health –...
Church packing meals for disaster relief
XENIA — First Church of Christ is partnering with International Disaster Emergency Services (IDES) to pack and provide meals for people affected...
Fairborn bumped from sectional tourney
VANDALIA — The Fairborn volleyball team was looking forward to a tournament game against Springboro on Saturday.Unfortunately, the Skyhawks forg...
OHSAA weekly football computer ratings (entering Week 9)
COLUMBUS — The Ohio High School Athletic Association released its weekly football computer ratings Oct. 17. The weekly computer ratings are rele...
Ohio High School Football Poll (after Week 8)
COLUMBUS (AP) — How a state panel of sports writers and broadcasters rates Ohio high school football teams in the weekly Associated Press poll o...
Norman up for Athlete of the YearCOLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – Grace Norman, of Jamestown, has been named a national finalist for Female Athlete of ...
CSU’s Mays Off. Player of the Week
ATLANTA — Central State University junior quarterback Trent Mays has been the named Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference’s Offensi...
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Virginia Siders 100 years young
WILMINGTON — Virginia Elizabeth Siders will celebrate her 100th birthday on July 29.She was born in Dayton and her family soon moved to a farm o...
Greene County marriages
May 24Erin W. Rodgers of Yellow Springs and Mary J. Gentile of Yellow Springs applied for a marriage license. Date of marriage not on record.Caleb L. ...
Confectionately Yours: An open house
I was an infant when Daddy left Texas to check on my grandmother in Mississippi. His sister made a request to come live with us in Texas. She was in a...
Jinks graduated from basic
SAN ANTONIO, Texas — US Air Force Airman 1st Class Torey L. Jinks graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San...
Murrells celebrate 60 years
XENIA — Jerald and Janet (Garringer) Murrell celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary June 8.The couple was married in 1957 at the Bowersville ...
Growing Ohio’s local farm economies
If the best apples are grown in Ohio, why buy apples from Washington or New York?We should support Ohio farmers from around the state, helping them gr...
Avoid election misdirection
With an election coming up, it’s important to keep focused on what’s going on here at home rather than be distracted by the childish circu...
We get sick, they get rich
Our current health care system in the United States works just fine — for the corporate executives who run it.Take, for instance, Michael Mussal...
It’s what we do that counts
I’ve been reminded recently of the old cowboy song, Home on the Range. You know the line, “Where never is heard a discouraging word”...
The most pleasant of seasons
It seems to me that the few weeks between when the heat and humidity of summer dissipates and those icy arctic winds of winter commence is probably th...
An anti-poverty program that makes it pay to work
Imagine a government-funded anti-poverty tool that encouraged people to work. Now imagine that it’s popular with both Democrats and Republicans,...