AFRL partners with OSU
Safe Communities receives grant
Writers invited to workshop
Fairborn celebrates Christmas season
Santa appears in Enon
- Area Digest - 12:06 pm
- AFRL partners with OSU - 11:00 am
- Safe Communities receives grant - 10:59 am
- Writers invited to workshop - 10:59 am
- Fairborn celebrates Christmas season - 10:58 am
- Santa appears in Enon - 10:57 am
- AF supports method for moving patients - 12:25 pm
- GCCOA to host Holiday Soiree - 12:23 pm
- Young’s founder called ‘hard worker’ - 12:22 pm
- Let there be light - 12:22 pm
- Education Digest - 8:32 am
- Toy giveaway set for Dec. 7 - 8:26 am
- Museum hosting writing competition - 8:26 am
- WSU offers reduced summer tuition cost - 8:26 am
- Cedarville alumnus named Teacher of the Year - 8:26 am
- Local earns private pilot license - 8:26 am
- Boonshoft promotes Clements - 8:26 am
- ALDI to open in Beavercreek - 8:26 am
- Couple adopts Russ Nature Reserve - 11:27 am
- WSRI leading research project for AFRL - 11:26 am
- Next year’s dog licenses available - 11:25 am
- Santa’s Holiday in the Park coming soon - 11:25 am
- FCS celebrates successes - 11:24 am
- 100 Women group gives to HerStory - 10:50 am
- Archives receives Achievement Award - 10:44 am
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Toy giveaway set for Dec. 7
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Museum hosting writing competition
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WSU offers reduced summer tuition cost
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Cedarville alumnus named Teacher of the Year
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Buccaneers trail early against Lions
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Don’t expect bullpen bingo from playoffs to become the norm
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Column: Promise from Los Angeles is an Olympics on the cheap
By Tim DahlbergAP Sports ColumnistThe last time Los Angeles hosted an Olympics, the city won the games largely because it promised to do them on the c...
Late Buckeyes turnovers spell OT loss
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WSU men fall to Penn State; women back in action
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Family gathering in heaven
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Library announces December programs
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Greene County Marriages
Greene County NewsSept. 1Ward J. Cole of Beavercreek and Tiffany D. Musholt of Beavercreek applied for a marriage license. Date of marriage Sept. 18.E...
Xenia Masonic Center blood drive
Xenia Daily GazetteXENIA — The Xenia Masonic Center will host a blood drive from 2-6 p.m. Monday, Dec. 5 in the meeting room, 223 Corwin Avenue....
The history of United Voluntary Services
The year was 1936. There were folks in the Greene County area who needed a little help and more folks who were willing to provide the help. The county...
Remembering Lucille Cowan
XENIA — Lucille Cowan was an active member of many organizations including United Voluntary Services, YMCA and especially Xenia Business and Pro...
A response to a reader
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Koch Kollege for right-wing social engineers
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Why we hate us
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