Fairborn pharmacy tech indicted on drugs charges
Legend of the lumber: Handcrafted dining tables tell a atory
Xenia ready to switch over tax collections
Unions concerned with Xenia schools plan
First year 4-H member wins market beef show
- Fairborn pharmacy tech indicted on drugs charges - 9:25 am
- Legend of the lumber: Handcrafted dining tables tell a atory - 9:25 am
- Xenia ready to switch over tax collections - 9:24 am
- Unions concerned with Xenia schools plan - 9:24 am
- Receiving in prayer - 9:13 am
- Anger correctly applied - 9:13 am
- Faith and a better country - 9:13 am
- First year 4-H member wins market beef show - 12:58 pm
- Percival shows perseverance at sheep show - 12:56 pm
- First time’s the charm for Alderman - 12:53 pm
- Bringin’ home the bacon - 12:52 pm
- Xenia woman discovers destiny in donating - 11:37 am
- CSU offering hybrid return to school - 11:36 am
- Barron pleased with Petals’ progress - 9:57 am
- Seniors show off at Horse Fun Show - 9:55 am updated: 4:07 pm.
- Agency to host free online caregiving workshop - 9:54 am
- GCPH celebrating National Immunization Awareness Month - 9:54 am
- Residents can attend wellness programs from home - 9:54 am
- GCCC has new, state-of-the-art tech - 1:29 pm
- Chip sealing of roads begins - 10:08 am
- Fair participants earning social distancing ribbons - 9:52 am
- First year 4-H member wins market beef show - 8:55 am
- Bringin’ home the bacon - 8:55 am
- Wickline keeps family tradition going - 8:54 am
- A memorable first win for Holcomb - 8:54 am
First time’s the charm for Alderman
XENIA — Excuse Mattie Alderman for not being quite sure what to do when she was announced as a class winner in the market poultry show.“I ...
Bringin’ home the bacon
XENIA — Competition was stiff at the market hog show on Wednesday, but three young individuals showed they had what it took to be a hog’s ...
Xenia woman discovers destiny in donating
XENIA — Dozens of COVID-19 survivors in the Miami Valley have answered the call donate COVID-19 convalescent plasma (CCP) to help coronavirus pa...
CSU offering hybrid return to school
WILBERFORCE — Central State University will offer in-person and online class options this fall.The school previously announced it planned to hav...
Barron pleased with Petals’ progress
XENIA — Showmanship at the Greene County Fair is supposed to be more about the 4-H kid, and less about the animal.But for Gracie Barron, all the...
Seniors show off at Horse Fun Show
XENIA — For those who witnessed the Horse Fun Show on Saturday at the Greene County Fair, the sights and showmanship may have seemed a bit unusu...
MVL eliminates non-league contests
XENIA — The Miami Valley League joined the Greater Western Ohio Conference in announcing there would be no non-league sports contests in the fal...
Carroll walks past Beavercreek
The weekend’s simulated softball contest between neighboring foes Beavercreek and Carroll could be a treatise to explain the importance of not w...
GWOC going to conference games only
XENIA — Greater Western Ohio Conference teams will not play any non-conference games this fall.The conference made a statement on its website af...
WSU athletes earn academic all-conference honors
FAIRBORN — Wright State University was well-represented on the 2020 Spring Horizon League Academic Honor Roll.The list, released by the conferen...
Ranking the top stadiums where OSU has played
Two weeks ago, I wrote a column ranking the best players Ohio State has faced in the 29 years I’ve covered OSU football for The Lima News.This w...
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Cat of the week: Clementine
XENIA — Greene County Animal Care & Control (GCAC) at 641 Dayton-Xenia Road in Xenia is back to full services with a few changes.The shelter...
Joshua David’s first summer
Little Joshua is doing well and is the center of attention. Everyone dotes over him. Yep, our long wait is over. It’s hard to believe that he is...
RCUT construction project brings traffic changes
SPRING VALLEY — With construction underway on U.S. Route 42 in Greene County, traffic changes are being implemented in the work zone this week t...
Fairborn police reports
May 188:10 a.m. — 911 hang up on the 100 block of Erie Avenue.8:47 a.m. — Assist on the 800 block of Harvest Oak Lane.9:32 a.m. — As...
Fairborn police reports
May 171:25 a.m. — Noise complaint on the 100 block of West Garland Avenue.8:10 a.m. — 911 hang up on the 100 block of Erie Avenue. 8:47 a....
CSU gifted masks
Submitted photoLowes of Xenia recently donated 1,500 KN95 masks to Central State University to assist with challenges associated with the COVID-19 pan...
Fair week brings back memories
The Greene County Fair is certainly a bit different this year, however the tradition continues.The fair has the distinction of being the longest-runni...
America at a crossroads: Belief or fact?
When we look back at 2020, those of us who survive to see 2021, it will probably not be with fondness.We have protests, we have clashes with the polic...
Sharing some reader feedback
It seems to me that including a means for readers to communicate directly with me by e-mail opens the door for both pleasant and as well as, shall we ...
Declaring racism a public health crisis
Cities and counties around Ohio have led the country in declaring racism a public health crisis.The first step to solving a problem is recognizing its...
The story of baseball’s ‘Bumpus’ Jones
This is a story about a young man who was born in Cedarville.Charles Leander Jones was a young man with a not-very-bright future. Having finished the ...
Vacation at the outer banks and a possible bad deed
When I went to work at the University of North Carolina, I — of course — missed my family, all of whom were still in Ohio.I decided that t...