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Xenia Gazette News Current (Newspaper) - February 12, 2010, Xenia, Ohio
Today forecast partly Cloudy High of 25� weather 16a Friday february 12, 2010 vol 3 no 131 75 cents single copy $2.20/wk. Home delivered a Rnic Quot r in j i i Gazette news current big picture local focus Xenia a Beavercreek Jamestown a Cedarville a yellow Springs a Spring Valley a Bellbrook a Wilberforce a basketball Cedarville Battles Green View in och matchup. Page 3b>. Noteworthy Chris Shaw Chris show of Bellbrook was named to the Dean s list a1 Tiffin University for fall Quarter. Founded in 1888, Tiffin University Enrols approximately 2,700 students in the undergraduate and graduate degree programs offered at the Tiffin Campus in Tiffin Ohio As Well As online at two Sites in Romania and a1 several locations in Ohio including Columbus Cleveland Elyria Toledo Fremont and Cincinnati. The Bachelor of arts degree is offered in arts administration communication English general science government and National Security history and psychology As Well As the associate of arts in general studies. Also teacher education programs Are offered through a partnership with Lourdes College. The Bachelor of business administration degree is offered in accounting finance computer and information technology management marketing organizational management and sports and recreation management As Well As the associate of business administration degree in accounting business and information technology. The Bachelor of criminal Justice degree is offered in Law enforcement corrections Caber defense and information Security forensic science forensic psychology Homeland Security terrorism and an accelerated degree completion program in Justice administration of Well As the soc note of criminal Justice degree in Law Aims to improve retail opportunities with new report by Aaron Larson staff writer Larson a Xenia a work by the consulting finn Buxton is helping Xenia officials flesh out the downtown and retail areas with More things to do that betters suit the average resident s need. City officials began working with Buxton in Early 2009, before signing a $55,000 contract with them in May of that year. Buxton a company who is advertised on their web site As being a a Pioneer in the use of customer data to develop successful growth and business strategies Quot spent the next six months compiling demographic information about Xenia and the surrounding area before presenting it to the City. This information will be key to attracting businesses to Xenia according to City manager Jim Percival. It focuses on two major retail locations one at the intersection of main and Detroit streets and the other at West main Street and Progress drive and the areas that Are within a 15 minute drive from those locations. A they take a lot of the demographic information from the census Bureau among other things but then they overlay buying patterns a said Percival. A they take the other parts of the profiles of where you live what you tend to buy what you tend to do and then they use that in conjunction with Thesee stores Page 3a a a Aaron Larson Greene county doilies vacant store fronts like this one off of South Detroit Street Ore opportunities waiting to be taken advantage of. Xenia City officials believe that with the help of the Buxton company s study More retailers will move into the area. Usan Veteran Mel Lynch shares stories with general Tom Owen ask commander at Wright Patterson air Force base. Charles Caperton Greene county doilies veterans at a receive Valentines by Shayla Henderson contributing writer intern Dayton a Wright Patterson air Force base participated in celebrating the first Valentines for veterans program. Rile program Celebration was held at Dayton s Veteran s administration medical Center on thursday feb. 11, from i to 3 . The Valentines for veterans was held in Honor of the National Salute to Veteran patients week w hich is feb. 7 to 13. Gen. Tom Owens. Ask commander and the 88th air base Wing commander col. Brad spacy spoke and shared stories with a few veterans. Spacy expressed his sincere appreciation to local veterans. A we like coming Here because we re All Brothers and Sisters a said spacy. Before visiting individual rooms at the a. Spacy said a i enjoy my time Here we All share a common Bond. We All do the same tile 1,300 Valentines delivered by base volunteers let the veterans know How thankful civilians Are for their service. The Valentines were passed out floor by floor mid were hand made by children from la local schools specifically for the veterans. See Valentines Page 3a a a to suggest a noteworthy candidate email editor of Don t miss these stories. A Community educator workshop. Green View High school teacher attends marines educator tour. Page 4a it a a a amp a band to perform. Michael Smith amp the North River band Clifton s own Michael Smith has been playing acoustic music since the 80s. Page 12a a a a inside Usa weekend. As the Daytona 500 kicks off. Three Lascar Drivers Tell us that their kids Are a part of the team. Inside a a deaths a William w. Woolfe 89, Fairborn a William h. Quot Bill Reger 78, Xenia a lorry Jack Malcomb 83, Fairborn a Alice Louise Allen Davis Smith Xenia a James Cremeens 68, Fairborn Page 6a a a so Veals ago in Greene county feb. 12, 1960 a sketch by a Xenia youth John Corbean showing How he would like to restyle a pickup truck appears in the March Issue of Quot custom online a would Sarah Palin be a Good candidate for president vote in our online poll 1 Index wish bowl to raise Money for childrens wishes lottery.6a opinion.5a business.14a outdoors.6b classifieds.8a 10a record.6a sports.3b so county/region/state.2a notion/world.15a lifestyle.12a-13a weather.16aa big thank you to Diana Thomas our subscriber of t by Monique Montgomery contributing writer interns Beavercreek a medical Mutual of Ohio w ill he hosting its 2nd annual Dayton wish bowl to Grant the w ish of five Dayton area children who have Lite threatening medical conditions. Participating howlers will include residents of the Dayton area w to Are coworkers friends and family members of medical Mutual of Ohio w to would like to help raise funds with the make a Wisla foundation of greater Ohio making wishes come True for local children Between the Ages of 2.5 to 18. Professional How lers such As Shannon Pluhowsky. W ill be in attendance to help Grant wishes As Well. A the purpose of the event is to raise awareness and the Opportunity to raise funds for children with life threatening illnesses a said Katie Kelso. Coordinator of the wish bowl event. Kayla Michel who previously received a w ish from the foundation and lives in Beavercreek w ill he featured at this year s wish bowl event to share her personal w ish Story. Although $10,001 has already been raised through event see wish Page 3a a a in the classifieds. A live in Xenia apartments for rent. 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