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Xenia teacher investigated

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From staff reportsXENIA — A Xenia High School teacher is on administrative leave while the school district conducts an investigation.Xenia Community Schools Public Information Officer Mark Manley did not release the teacher’s name but confirmed the investigation. He did not say what the investigation is about or what prompted it.Xenia Police were originally involved but according to a statement from the schools, there will be no charges will be filed against the teacher. The “expectation” is that the matter will be fully resolved by Tuesday, Sept. 2.The teacher has not taught since the first day of classes, Aug. 18, officials confirmed.

 

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Turnovers hurt Golden Eagles in season openerBy Zach Gregoryzgregory@civitasmedia.comBELLBROOK — That wasn’t the way Bellbrook wanted to start things off.In a night that started off promising, just about everything went wrong - not the least of which was Bellbrook’s ball protection. The Golden Eagles struggled to maintain good field position and wound up losing to the visiting Miamisburg Vikings Friday night, 38-10.̶...

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Xenia quick as … um…lightningXENIA 50, BEAVERCREEK 7BEAVERCREEK — Xenia head coach Bob DeLong said his team would show lots of speed, and he surely wasn’t lying.According to the Greater Western Ohio Conference website’s statistics, Xenia amassed 430 yards in total offense fo rhte game.The Buccaneers led 35-7 over Beavercreek on the Beavers’ Frank Zink Field when play was stopped a...

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Patriots win for new coach Ben RulliCARROLL 35, MEADOWDALE 0DAYTON — The Carroll Patriots and new head coach Ben Rulli opened the 2014 season with a 35-0 victory over the Meadowdale Lions. Carroll used a strong running game led by two rushing touchdowns by Marcus LaJeunesse and two rushing TD’s by Joel Teleha, while the stingy Patriot defense limited the Lions to 125 total yards.Carroll’s offense rushed for m...

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Madison Plains rallies past Cedarville

By Chris MilesCivitas MediaLONDON — Sporting brand new uniforms, the Madison-Plains football team looked the part of winners in its season-opening tilt with visiting Cedarville.But the Golden Eagles had to take care of business on the field in order to be winners when the final horn sounded.A second-half rally helped erase a double-digit second-half deficit and allowed Plains to pull out a thrilling 21-18 victory.An 11-yard Travis C...

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Greene County Marriages

Aug. 1Robert Gillmore Gillon Jr. of Xenia and Rebbecca Lynn Price of Xenia applied for a marriage license Aug. 1. Date of marriage Aug. 1.Keith Robert Fuller of Bellbrook and Lydia Lynn Collins of Bellbrook applied for a marriage license Aug. 1. Date of marriage Aug. 8.Zachary Adam Kiehl of Beavercreek and Alexandria Victoria Shimp of Versailles applied for a marriage license Aug. 1. Date of marriage Aug. 16.Ian McMillan Redd of Bea...

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Local Sports Briefs

TRACK & FIELDEwerts earn national titlesBEAVERCREEK — Taylor, Benjamin and Connor Ewert all competed in the Junior Olympic Nationals in Houston Texas. Taylor and Benjamin both won National titles.Ben Ewert, of Beavercreek, won the 15-16 year old 2,000-meter Steeplechase event July 24, at the USATF Junior Olympic Nationals in Houston. In super hot conditions, he ran a personal record of 6:09.23 to defend his title he won ...

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Greene County Farm Bureau annual meeting

XENIA — Mike and Liz Bentley hosted the annual meeting of Greene County Farm Bureau at their farm on Aug. 12. Special recognition with the Ohio Farm Bureau Friend of Agriculture was presented to State Senator Chris Widener and State Representatives Bob Hackett and Rick Perales by Board President Kent Campbell.Speaker for the evening was Connie Little who is in charge of Student Nutrition Services at Beavercreek Schools. Little explained the National School Lunch Program and t...

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2013 AP Regular Season Football Polls

Final 2013 AP State PollCOLUMBUS (AP) How a state panel of sports writers and broadcasters rates Ohio high school football teams in the eighth weekly Associated Press poll of 2013, by OHSAA divisions, with won-lost record and total points (first-place votes in parentheses):DIVISION I 1. Cincinnati Colerain (19) 10-0 242; 2. Austintown-Fitch (3) 10-0 196; 3. Lakewood St. Edward (2) 8-1 181; 4. Hilliard Davidson (1) 10-0 180; 5. *Cincinnat...

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Greene County Divorces and Dissolutions

June 2Carman Louise Butler of Xenia and Christopher Everett of Wilkes Barre, Penn. applied for divorce without children.June 5Steven J. Hirsch of Bellbrook and Kristene M. Hyder of Centerville applied for dissolution of marriage without children. Uncontested dissolution July 25.June 6Carley C. Weng of Bellbrook and Joshua D. Engle of Vandalia filed for dissolution of marriage without chil...

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Cedarville student donate thousands to Safe Harbor House

CEDARVILLE — Academics and fun are the typical thoughts on the minds of college students.But there’s more on the minds of the 3,400 students from Cedarville University who donated $18,737 to the Springfield, Ohio-based Safe Harbor House this past week in what its executive director, Amy Willmann, labeled “a great blessing.”

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Computer Rankings: What’s it all mean?

COLUMBUS — As a direct request from the Ohio High School Football Coaches Association Tournament Committee, and approved by the OHSAA Board of Directors, a new divisor is used to determine second level points that is based on the number of games that opponents have played to date. For each open date that an opponent has had to date, a smaller divisor is used to calculate second level points.

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New coach, new attitude for Carroll Patriots

By Scott Halaszshalasz@civitasmedia.comRIVERSIDE — The Patriots are going Back to the Future.Former All-Ohio performer Ben Rulli, a 2003 CHS graduate, takes over as head coach after three sub par seasons led to the retirement of Coach Bob Levy.“It’s good to be home,” Rulli said.Now that he has come back, Rulli wants to be the Pied Piper and get the Patriots fan base to follow.“We need to make the C...

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Xenia Police Reports

Aug. 1412:25 a.m. — Assist Other Agency 500 block of North Columbus Avenue.1:26 a.m. — Traffic Complaint West Main Street and South Progress Drive.1:44 a.m. — Animal Complaint 500 block of West Second Street.2:33 a.m. — Crash with Unknown Injuries 1800 block of Commonwealth Drive.3:00 a.m. — Suspicious Person 100 block of Ridgebury Drive.3:11 a.m. — Juvenile Complaint 30 bloc...

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WSU announces Jason Derulo concert

FAIRBORN – Jason Derulo, a singer-songwriter and dancer, will perform at Wright State University’s Nutter Center on Friday, Oct. 3.Five years in from making his debut in pop music, Jason Derulo has sold more than 40 million records worldwide and amassed more than 1.2 billion views on his YouTube Channel. His last song, “Wiggle” featuring Snoop Dogg, is his eighth song to reach the Top 10 on the Top 40 format and his ninth platinum-selling single.

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‘School Night to Join Scouting’ campaign underway

SPRINGFIELD — The Tecumseh Council, Boy Scouts of America, is inviting every boy in grades 1-5 to join a Cub Scout Pack in their community. The annual “School Night to Join Scouting” campaign began this August and continues thru the fall. Each boy that signs up will receive $25 in free activities at Young’s Dairy in Yellow Springs and a chance to earn a free pinewood derby car.

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Indians out to repeat 2013 success

By Nathan Pillingnpilling@civitasmedia.comCEDARVILLE — After making an impressive run to the playoffs last season, the Cedarville Indians will need to replace the contributions of 10 seniors, nine of which were described by head coach Jason Christian as “very, very good football players.” This year’s team is small in number, too: 21 kids fill out the Indians’ ranks.But that combination of factors doesn’t have Christian expec...

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Museum to begin restoring massive Titan 4B rocket

WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE — It sits in gigantic pieces in a World War II era hangar at Wright-Patterson Air Force. Acquired in 2005 from Lockheed Martin, this important space artifact has been waiting in storage for restoration specialists to bring it back to life. Now, as the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force prepares for its new 224,000 square foot fourth building, the time has finally come to begin restoring the Titan 4B space launch vehicle.“This is the la...

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