COPE shares perspective
Hall challenges WSU to fight hunger problem
Five years since Soin’s opening
Police investigating Vermont Drive shooting
The long ride home
- COPE shares perspective - 3:48 pm
- Hall challenges WSU to fight hunger problem - 3:48 pm updated: 4:11 pm.
- Five years since Soin’s opening - 3:14 pm updated: 3:21 pm.
- GC Tea Party hosting public meeting - 12:23 pm
- Police investigating Vermont Drive shooting - 11:20 am updated: 3:46 pm.
- The long ride home - 4:18 pm
- Tree committee hosting photography contest - 4:18 pm updated: 12:13 pm.
- New womens center coming to Soin - 4:15 pm
- Bringing Haitian orphan to US is music to his ears - 4:06 pm
- Wright State launching new school - 4:06 pm
- TreeHouse celebrates one year - 4:05 pm
- Xenia students recognize Black History Month - 1:40 pm updated: 1:41 pm.
- Annual pancake brunch coming - 1:37 pm
- Bellbrook students get to ‘discover’ - 1:36 pm
- Husband, wife indicted for stealing - 1:34 pm
- WSU dedicates Vishal Soin Innovation Park - 5:24 pm
- School shooting drill slated for March 7 - 5:21 pm
- Soin celebrating 5 years - 5:18 pm
- Like a bridge over troubled water - 10:47 am
- CU Model UN team wins big - 10:47 am
- Xenia grad earns Clinton County honor - 10:45 am
- Museum recognizing Presidents Day - 11:08 am
- Electrical aggregation pays off for residents - 5:03 pm updated: 11:07 am.
- Three-year degree addresses affordability issue - 5:03 pm
- First Fridays seeking volunteers for 2017 - 10:39 am
Wright State launching new school
FAIRBORN — Wright State University’s Departments of Political Science and Urban Affairs and Geography will merge into a new school that wi...
TreeHouse celebrates one year
XENIA — The TreeHouse, a ministry of the Jeremiah Tree, celebrated its first anniversary Feb. 18.The TreeHouse is a 12-month residential recover...
Xenia students recognize Black History Month
Americans have recognized black history annually since 1926, first as “Negro History Week” and later as “Black History Month.”...
Annual pancake brunch coming
By Judy BakerIf 2017 is like the many years before it, close to 300 people will be visiting the senior center at 130 E. Church Street to partake in th...
Bellbrook students get to ‘discover’
BELLBROOK — Bellbrook Middle School’s Kids ‘n Science Club recently visited the Boonshoft Museum of Discovery and enjoyed the “...
Husband, wife indicted for stealing
SPRINGFIELD — Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine and Clark County Prosecutor D. Andrew Wilson announced today that a husband and wife are now fac...
CSU women win on Senior Night
WILBERFORCE — The Central State Marauders women’s basketball team won its regular season finale, beatingLeMoyne-Owen (Tenn.), 72-60, while...
Sick ‘dogs advance, Knights fall
BROOKVILLE —A pair of Metro Buckeye Conference teams played back-to-back games on Saturday, Feb. 18. A sickly bunch of Yellow Springs Bulldogs w...
High SchoolBellbrook seeks JV tennis coachBELLBROOK — Bellbrook High School is looking for a Junior Varsity Tennis Coach for the upcoming 2017 s...
Area swimmers, diver in state meet
OXFORD — The following Greene County student-athletes qualified for the 2017 OHSAA Swimming and Diving State Tournament, which will be held Feb....
Raiders ranked No. 25 in nation
CLEMSON S.C. —After claiming two out of three games against No. 10 Clemson over the weekend, the Wright State University baseball team earned th...
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Coyote are making an impact
Officially they are Canis Latrans but most of us simply call them coyote or perhaps “Wiley Coyote”. Coyote are something of a legend with ...
Field Trip to local lakesBEAVERCREEK — Join Greene County Parks & Trails on a local field trip to area lakes to view the birds that are begi...
Library plans Febrary events
XENIA — People of all ages can enjoy a variety programs for the month of February at the Xenia Community Library, 3618 Dayton-Xenia Road. To reg...
Free heart screenings in Febrary
DAYTON – During February, American Heart Month, Premier Health will offer free cardiovascular screenings that help identify the risk for heart d...
YSAC hosting ‘Breaking the Rules’ in February
YELLOW SPRINGS — The Yellow Springs Arts Council is hosting Breaking the Rules as its February show — guiding artists to examine what that...
Bill selective reporting
It seems to me that the uproar over President Trump’s decision prohibiting folks from certain countries from entering the US is a pretty good de...
More tweeting, less thinking: A troubling trend
Donald Trump’s ability to rally his supporters and capture headlines with 140 characters or less clearly benefited his presidential campaign. An...
Remembering Ennis Warrick
WILBERFORCE — Ennis Warrick was born in 1887, he was one of the few African-Americans to earn a commission as an Army officer during World War I...
A little history on Country Lewis
When Gaston Lewis came to Wilberforce University as a student in the early 1920s he worked on the school farm to help pay for his education.He had gro...
Letters to the editor
Event great for communityEditor:I have been involved in education for many years, but I can tell you that on Tuesday, Jan. 31, I believe that I was as...
Why this price is wrong
For most people, prescription drugs are a lifeline. For Representative Tom Price, Donald Trump’s health secretary nominee, they’re a sourc...