Community pays tribute
WSU highlights financial planning
Tour shows importance of WPAFB
Council approves alcohol at certain events
Superheroes, get your capes ready
- Community pays tribute - 4:31 pm
- WSU highlights financial planning - 4:30 pm
- Tour shows importance of WPAFB - 4:27 pm
- Council approves alcohol at certain events - 4:27 pm
- Superheroes, get your capes ready - 4:26 pm
- Arrowood announces all-stars - 4:08 pm
- Xenia woman pleads not guilty - 3:36 pm
- When the job is hard, think of the money - 10:18 am
- Religion Digest - 7:00 pm
- Fairborn Holiday Inn hosts Easter brunch - 4:34 pm updated: 11:05 am.
- Graduate’s book tells WSU’s story - 4:32 pm
- Event to remember Holocaust - 4:32 pm updated: 10:39 am.
- Masonic Center hosting blood drive - 4:32 pm
- CU students advance to clinical finals - 4:31 pm
- Kentucky man to be tried again - 4:30 pm
- Beavercreek library celebrates grand reopening - 4:30 pm
- Scout cleans up park for spring - 11:57 am
- Boonshoft hosts match day - 11:33 am
- Cost to repair and renovate is too much - 11:33 am
- YS preschool earns rating - 2:03 pm
- Jamestown council discusses improvements - 2:02 pm
- CU student interning at Mayo - 2:02 pm
- Students create ‘Deaf World’ for project - 1:59 pm
- WSP offering weight loss surgery seminars - 1:01 pm
- Physicians recognize Endometriosis Awareness Month - 11:59 am
Fairborn Holiday Inn hosts Easter brunch
FAIRBORN — Executive Chef Justin White of the flight inspired farm-to-table, The Wright Place, will host Easter Brunch in the newly renovated re...
Graduate’s book tells WSU’s story
FAIRBORN — Rebekkah Mulholland’s keen interest in local history was inspired by the Master’s of Humanities and Public History progra...
Event to remember Holocaust
WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE — The 88th Air Base Wing and the Special Observance Committee will host “Voices from the Holocaust” ...
Masonic Center hosting blood drive
XENIA — The Xenia Masonic Center will host a “Be The Good” community blood drive 2-6 p.m. Monday, April 3This spring CBC is recogniz...
CU students advance to clinical finals
CEDARVILLE — Three students from Cedarville University’s Student College of Clinical Pharmacy chapter advanced to the final round of the A...
Kentucky man to be tried again
XENIA — A Kentucky man is being retried Monday, March 27 in Greene County Common Pleas Court for allegedly assaulting a peace officer in Beaverc...
H.S. Spring sports start this weekend
GREENE COUNTY — The weather is supposed to get warmer this weekend, and the Spring high school sports season has finally sprung. While we’...
Bradds named to NABC All-District first team
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Belmont University men’s basketball senior Evan Bradds, of Jamestown, has been named to the National Association of Bas...
Pfeffer twins Wright State’s winning package
FAIRBORN — Wright State softball catcher Kate Pfeffer and second baseman Libby Pfeffer have a unique bond as twin sisters and they are in the mi...
A pair of Xenia High School softball players participate in a rundown drill, Wednesday, March 22 at the high school’s softball field.Members of ...
Xenia’s City Recreation Team Bruce won its championship game Saturday March 18 against Team Dudley, ending their season with a record of 13-0. T...
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Green graduated from basic
SAN ANTONIO, Texas — US Air Force Air National Guard Airman Chloe R. Green graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lack...
KHN’s cancer program receives national award
KETTERING – The American College of Surgeons’ Commission on Cancer has presented Kettering Health Network with the 2016 Outstanding Achiev...
Not a needle in a haystack at the Yoders
Sunshine, clear blue skies, daffodils, and even dandelions, they’re all a part of my favorite season! Spring peepers are calling out their welco...
Lent is upon us: Let go, let God!
As of Ash Wednesday, March 1, “Lent” has begun – a special time of preparation for the celebration of Easter on April 16. Easter cel...
The Resurrection of Jesus Christ is central to the faith of those who claim to follow Him. What did Jesus claim about Himself prior to this important ...
Talking about purity and politics
Readers of a certain age may recall ads for Ivory Soap, which claimed to be 99 and 44/100ths percent pure. If the soap could have reached 100 percent ...
Trump’s isolationism is pushing countries into China’s arms
What happened last week at a meeting of Latin American nations with China and other Asian countries in the Chilean city of Vina del Mar is a prime exa...
Indie films offer originality and escapism
“The Movies are great medicine. Thank you Thomas Edison, for giving us the best years of our lives.” – The Statler BrothersIn 2010, ...
Going after the opioid profiteers
Travis Bornstein never told his friends about his son Tyler’s drug problem. He was too embarrassed.Then, on September 28, 2014, Tyler’s bo...
Getting the brush-off on health
The Republicans just introduced a new plan to “repeal and replace” the Affordable Care Act, or ACA — aka Obamacare. The rollout came...
Yet another threat
It seems to me that almost every day we getnews of some kind of threat that’s uncovered or highlighted in some fashion. We have learned, thanks ...