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Senior Thesis Exhibition now open to art lovers

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FAIRBORN — Graduating fine art students have endured years of rigorous creative training. As their education draws to a close at Wright State University, they will show the world what they have accomplished and created.Over the coming weeks, Wright State’s Robert and Elaine Stein Galleries will host the annual Fine Art Senior Thesis Exhibition. The show includes more than 100 selected works in mediums such as painting, drawing, sculpture, printmaking and photography.The exhibition is now on display through May 4 and is open during normal gallery hours: Wednesdays and Fridays, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.; Thursdays, 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. and Saturdays and Sundays, 12–4 p.m.

 

Benefit for 9-year-old boy with rare blood disease

FAIRBORN — When Neil Knight, a first-year medical student, heard about the plight of a 9-year-old boy named Cruz, who was diagnosed with aplastic anemia, a rare blood disease, he knew he could help by bringing a marrow donor registry drive to Wright State University.“Cruz’s best chance for a cure is a bone marrow transplant,” said Knight, who is a member of the WSU Boonshoft School of Medicine Phi Rho Sigma student chapter. “However, he has an uncommon...

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Local governments to celebrate national development week

KETTERING — The City of Kettering will host the cities of Dayton, Fairborn, and Springfield, along with Clark, Greene and Montgomery Counties, on Friday, April 25 in celebration of National Community Development Week.This year’s celebration, themed “40 Years of Building Strong Communities,” will take place from 1:30-3 p.m. at Shelter Church, 1441 E. Dorothy Lane.Keynote speakers will be Jeff Hoagland, President and CEO of the Dayton Development Co...

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Two county commissioners against closing yard waste site

XENIA —Two Greene County commissioners confirmed on Friday that they will not vote in favor of any plan closing the Xenia yard-waste drop-off site.The site has been the center of much controversy since the county’s Solid Waste Management District Policy Committee announced plans to close three of the four county-run sites and shift operations to a pair of privately-owned facilities.The committee said the county would save $200,000 with the closures and could ...

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Cedarville students to race eco-friendly vehicles

CEDARVILLE — Imagine driving a vehicle that gets 1,400 miles per gallon.A group of Cedarville University engineering students have built it. You can’t drive the car, but the students will be able to April 25-27 in Houston at the Shell Eco-marathon.The marathon challenges student teams from around the world to design, build and test ultra energy-efficient vehicles. With annual events first in the Americas, then Europe and Asia, the winners are the teams that g...

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North Detroit-Kinsey intersection opened

XENIA — The intersection of North Detroit Street and Kinsey Road was re-opened to traffic, including semi-trucks, this morning.Hollywood Drive will be opened to westbound traffic only until early next week, pending completion of the remaining utility and concrete work.The work, which began on March 29, was delayed twice due to weather and then water drainage into the sand layer under the road forced city officials to completely close the intersection on Tuesday....

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Xenia high school biotech students explore blood science

DAYTON — A small but curious group of senior biotech students from Xenia High School got an up-close look at the blood testing, research and ground-breaking human cellular processing work going on at Community Blood Center headquarters in downtown Dayton on Thursday.It was a return visit for their teacher Molly Wavra, biotechnology instructor for XHS and the Greene County Career Center. She brought a group of seven seniors with interest in health research careers last year an...

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Chamber hosting workplace conflict seminar

XENIA — Conflict is a normal, and even healthy part of relationships. We spend about a third of our life with our co-workers. Relationship conflicts are inevitable. Learning to deal with them in a healthy way is crucial. By learning the skills you need for successful conflict resolution, you can keep your personal and professional relationships strong and growing.The Xenia Chamber of Commerce is hosting a Managing & Resolving Conflict in the Workplace seminar at 11:30 a.m. Ap...

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