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Xenia Gazette News Current (Newspaper) - February 9, 2010, Xenia, Ohio
Gazette Nim trint Ftp a pm Mac. Local Uvea. 2a tuesday february 9, 2010 county Benioh state Greene county dailies 30 South Detroit Street Xenia of 45385 phone 937 372-4444 fax 937 372-3385 newsroom fax 937 372-1951 Jon in. Noel editor amp publisher Extension 101 de by Milder business manager Extension 102 Barbara Van de Venter advertising director Extension 156 Gina Riefstahl circulation director Extension 120 Sydney Garringer creative services manager Extension 112 Aaron Larson reporter Extension 133 to subscribe circulation department hours Are 8 a in to 6 . Monday through Friday and 8 . To 10 00 . Saturday. Call 937-372-4444 ext. 144 Home delivery $2.20/week out of county mail subscription $43.75/13 weeks ask about our Fez pay plan. Convenient direct More Bills Stamps or envelopes. To advertise advertising department hours Are 8 30 . To 5 . Monday through Friday. For retail advertising Call 937-372-4444. Extension 156 for private party classified advertising Call 937-372-4219 direct line for a copy of our Media kit. Email Vandeventer brow publishing com the advertising fax line is 937-372-3385 news tips submit Calendar items and news tips by hand or mail to Greene county dailies 30 s. Detroit St., Xenia of 45385 fax to 937 372-1951 email online our online edition contains the top local news and sports stories plus news videos from the associated press there Are also Many online Only features including acc weather forecasts National Brand coupons local movie listings plus links to dozens of Sites including Usa weekend. American profile and All of our advertising partners. You can also go online to read an electronic replica of our print edition. Make your Homepage. Photo re Privi s Many of the photographs we be taken can be viewed or purchased at our online photo albums. Included Are photos taken but not published. Visit and Click the big Blue Button to see and buy photos. Commercial Prim ing with six print plants located throughout Ohio plus Many outside vendors we have the expertise and experience to handle virtually any kind of commercial printing. Call 937-372-4444, Extension 156 for More information. Report t an error when mistakes happen we want to take responsibility for them and Correct them in a Quick professional manner. Call 937-372-4444. Extension 101 to report an error. Deeks motion to withdraw counsel denied on eve of trial briefly Man rescued after 3 Days in car buried in Snow a division of Brown publishing company copyright 2010. All rights reserved published every Day but sunday. Monday. New years Day Independence Day and Christmas periodicals postage paid at Xenia Ohio 45385 postmaster Send address changes to Greene county dailies 30 s Detroit Street Xenia of 45385 the publisher shall not be liable for damages out of errors in advertisements beyond the amount paid for space actually occupied by that portion of the advertisement in which the error occurs and there shall be no liability for non insertion of any advertisement beyond the amount paid in Advance for such advertisement Assn 8750-4650 uses 94-540 Charles Caperton Greene county dailies ready for round 2 Fairborn City Crews bring out buckets and shovels to Clear Snow covered walkways in the downtown area. A Large Snow system dropped around 8 inches of Snow maybe More in some areas across the Miami Valley this past weekend. Just As we Are dug out from that storm another one is on its Way. Another major Winter storm will blast the Region Over the next couple of Days bringing a possible total of 5 to 7 inches of Snow according to Watn. For More on this storm see Page i4a. Also available at grocer land 1308 North Detroit St. Xenia Ohio Charles Caperton Greene county doilies defendant Malak Deek 21, of Fairborn appeared in court requesting that her two court appointed defense attorneys be released from her Case and that a new attorney be appointed. One of her defense attorneys author Ames Speaks with Deek after common pleas court judge s. Wolaver denied her request. Appointed lawyer from a Case. He said that his primary concern was whether the lawyers were capable of representing Deek in such a difficult Case. A these attorneys have my full respect a said Wolaver. He added that he carefully chose Armstrong out of a Pool of More than he Public defenders because of his experience with trials and medical evidence. Deeks two year old daughter Julianna Berry died dec. 29 after being admitted to the Hospital three Days earlier because she was unresponsive. The Coroner listed Blunt Force trauma to the head As the cause of death and called her injuries consistent with battered baby syndrome. Deek s then Boyfriend Brian Laprairie 24, of Fairborn was charged with Berry a death. He was sentenced in january to More than 22 years in prison after he pleaded guilty to involuntary manslaughter and endangering children two of the seven counts against him. He also pleaded no contest to a drug trafficking and a weapons charge. Saguache. Colo. Apr a 31-year-old Indiana Man was stuck in his Snow covered Sun for three Days keeping himself hydrated with Mountain Dew and Snow while staying warm in his car in southwestern Colorado. Jason Pede was rescued sunday morning after the gasoline in his car ran out and he walked seven Miles to the a Road and signalled for help with a flashlight. Pede had began driving from Dulce. . To Aspen to deliver an australian Shepherd Rescue dog. Lawmaker says he was punched of restaurant Youngstown apr a state lawmaker from Northeast Ohio says a punch to the face left him unconscious on the Flor of a Youngstown n restaurant. Democratic state rep. Robert Hagan said he was assaulted sunday the i Billon Grove cafe. Hagan said a Man asked him to step out of the Way of his View of belly dancers on stage and then taunted him with offensive language. Hagan rescinded Quot Back away Man Quot and said he got slugged. Hagan said he required 11 stitches to close a Cut Chin. Veteran regulator appointed to utilities Post Columbus apr Ohio gov. Ted Strickland has promoted a Veteran staff member at the Public utilities commission of Ohio to one of the Agency is appointed commissioners. Strickland named Steven lesser to a commissioners Post monday for a five year term beginning in april. The 57-year-old i Esser of Bexley in suburban Columbus is currently chief of staff at the Puco and has been an employee of the Agency in different capacities for 30 years. On Sau now at the Greene county dailies 30 South Detroit St. Xenia and 402 w. Main St. Fairborn according to its editors. Tom Welsh a third Btu to a betrayal betrayed Quot is a a Knock out manuscript with memorable characters Strong conflicts and Sharp for the readers entertainment there Are More than 102, he Well chosen words filling 320 pages of the Book described by the author As fiction non fiction. The Reader can empathize with the characters and expect a Surprise ending. Tom Welsh retired realtor turned writer 937-372-7676 trial for charges related to toddlers beating death to begin today by Nikki Ferrell staff writer Xenia a a judge denied a Fairborn woman a motion to withdraw her court appointed counsel yesterday the eve of her trial for charges related to the killing of her two year old child. Malak o. Deek. 22, of 233 Pat Lane in Fairborn will begin her second trial for one count each of involuntary manslaughter and endangering children today at the Greene county common pleas court. In Deeks first trial a in August 2 x 9 a the jury acquitted her of a drug charge and was split on the two other charges causing a mistrial. Deek told her lawyers Arthur Ames and James Armstrong sunday feb. 7 that she wished to change lawyers. Armstrong and Ames filed the motion with the court just after 11 . Monday. In court Armstrong said that he and Ames had spent a countless hours a working on the Case since late december but that they had trouble Quot getting Deek to come in to the practice. However. Armstrong added they did not believe it appropriate to allow Deek to go Forward w Ith counsel she was not comfortable with. A i must express great disappointment that this matter has not been presented to me before the eve of this judge Stephen a. Wolaver who is hearing the Case said. In court monday. Deek said that she and her counsel had problems with communication. Furthermore she said a i am innocent and i done to feel that he thinks i a the defendant is Only 22 years old is charged with serious offences involving the death of her own child and is dealing with Greene county child services concerning another child. Counsel believes these stressor were part of the communication the attorneys wrote in the motion. Armstrong told the judge that they were ready to go to trial. Judge Stephen a. Wolaver denied the motion citing a court precedent stating that personality conflicts or conflicts in defense strategy is not sufficient to w withdraw a court Only $15.00 local equestrian and Mare ranked 8th dear Tom a a in be just settled into Florida and have had time to Start your Book it is so so fascinating i love Reading it and look Forward to my next session with it in a to the Point where Kippy and Karry Are about to a bail out on each other. You have done a fantastic Job of making the Book so easy to read and not know what a going to happen next. I am curious about How much is fact and How much is fiction How do you know All of this stuff also i love your names could i tie them into some people we both know name Only a but Jordan Terrell contributing writer intern Fairborn a Early on a cold monday morning Kathy Oberschlake of Fairborn gets up for work at panera bread with Only one thing on her mind Sophie her award winning american Saddle bred three gaited Amateur Mare her Pride and Joy. Oberschlake and Sophie ranked 8th in the nation by the Saddle horse report Magazine have been working together since 2 k i competing in american Saddle bred horse shows. A Sophie is a 16-year-old Mitre who thinks she is 6.�?� said Oberschlake. Sophie and Oberschlake hav e been competing in american Saddle bred horse shows for nine years now. She competes in the Amateur three gaited a walking trotting and cantering a horse shows. Together they have won numerous awards. A the first three years i had her she was winning everything in sight a a said Oberschlake. A we were Tri state grand champions and . I american Saddle bred horse association of Ohio grand Champion for three years in a Sophie has won four grand National championships this year. The Ohio state fair. Blue ribbon horse show Randolph Charity horse show and Brown county horse show in Georgetown n. Ohio All belong to Sophie and Oberschlake this year. Quot that the brow n county championship is probably the most spectacular win. It was my first championship in Many Many years a said Oberschlake. A when she trots into the show ring it s like i have arrived. I m Here. Look at me Only a says Oberschlake. Quot that is her mentality. You can just see Oberschlake has been Riding for 15.5 years now. She first started at Cooper Anders stable w hich she passed daily. Quot i saw the sign. Quot Riding lessons. Then i gave it a try Quot said Oberschlake. Quot i had always admired Jackie Kennedy. She was the most Graceful woman that i had Ever seen and to see her on top of a horse was. Wow a a i had to figure out a Way to earn Money for lessons Quot said Oberschlake. Quot so i started cleaning my morn s Oberschlake has came a Long Way since the Days she started learning How to ride a horse. The Saddle horse report Magazine which polls Over 2 x horse show s throughout the country noticed All of Prophet s fantastic fulfilment or Sophie her Nim name wins that put her in the ranks of the elite horses of the nation. The Saddle horse report takes All of the Points the riders accumulates from All the shows they attend the number of classes that they participate in and All the shows they attended. Sophie and Oberschlake had a score of 131 Points in 15 classes out of nine shows that landed them 8th in the nation
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