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Xenia Gazette News Current (Newspaper) - February 17, 2010, Xenia, Ohio
J or r s to today forecast i a Viii u is news current big picture local focus Snow High of 28� weather 10a wednesday february 17, 2010 vol 3 no 134 $2.20/wk. Home delivered Xenia a Beavercreek Jamestown a Cedarville a yellow Springs a Spring Valley a Bellbrook a Wilberforce a lint la pm wrestling i Mai or Xenia s Lucas has eyes on state. Winter danger icicles Are a legitimate threat that is easily avoided Page 1b> noteworthy by Aaron Larson stall writer Larson a Grhene co. A while Snow fall and the following Snow drifts make travelling the roads dangerous another icy threat has been forming above. Icicles Are nearly everywhere hanging from awnings and tree branches and Drain pipes. And while icicles Are Nice to look at and appreciate for their fleeting existence they Are still natures Frozen daggers and pose a threat to pedestrians. Already two people have been taken to the Hospital for treatment of facial lacerations that were caused by falling icicles at the Greene. Many stores have signs adv Ising pedestrians to watch for falling icicles hut a safer bet is to avoid being under unstable Sharp objects to begin with. The Greene county court House closed Oft their usual exit due to fears that someone would be injured by the falling ice. The National museum of the . Air Force closed several areas near their hangers for fear of ice sliding off see Alcides Page 3a a a Charles Caperton Greene county dailies hanging icicles Are the latest threat to pedestrians walking outside. These Dagger like icicles hang from a roof in Greene county. Xenia girl maimed by neighbors dog by Shayla Henderson contributing writer intern Xenia a a dog attack Early sunday evening left a Xenia girl with severe injuries to her face. According to Amanda Wissinger dispatcher for Greene county animal control the attack happened at 5 30 ., feb. 14, on e. Market Street. The 11-year-old girl was outside in the front Yard playing leap Frog w till two Oiler Young girls when the Black Labrador ran up to the girl and began biting her face. Hie dog was found by animal control and removed from under the House at 6 12 Tile Young girl was rushed to the children s Hospital for immediate attention. Apparently the dog was property of the neighbor across the Street. No disciplinary action has yet to be taken against the owner because he was in the Hospital at the time of the attack. Wissinger said Quot a possible citation for failure to confine a dangerous or vicious dog Quot w ill be Given. The dog is currently being retained at the Greene county animal control Center in quarantine for to Days checking for possible rabies and discipline issues. This was the dog s first recorded attack. Charles Caperton Greene county doilies now drifts make driving difficult a county Snow plows pushes Snow drifts off the Roadway on South Bickett Road near Jasper Road. The Roadway was impassible due to Snow drifts caused by High winds on tuesday. There will be a few Light Snow showers today and it will be Cloudy and Breezy. For More information on the weather forecast turn inside to Page Toa. Ernest a. Haywood air Force Reserve tech. Sgt. Ernest a. Kay Good has been decorated with the meritorious service medal. The medal is awarded to members of the . Armed forces who distinguish themselves by either outstanding achievement or meritorious service to the United states in noncombat is a supervisor of career enhancement assigned to the 445th Airlift Wing Wright Patterson air Force Bose Dayton Ohio. The technical sergeant has served in the military for 20 years. He is the son of Judith d. Haygood of Steffon place Beavercreek Ohio. The sergeant graduated in 1982 from Beavercreek High school and received o bachelors degree in 1986 from Wright state University Dayton Ohio. To suggest a noteworthy candidate email editor Greene Don t miss these stories. A news food drive. Curves of Xenia is encouraging women in the area to show their philanthropic strength by participating in the annual curves food Orive. Page 3a it a Community go healthy lifestyles. The Only thing runners fear More than Rabid dogs and Porta potty emergencies is getting hurl. Page 4a a a a sports Xenia to Host tournament. Beginning with tonight s game Xenia High school will be the Host for nine games involving 13 High schools in the division la girls basketball sectional Tourno men. Page in it a deaths 1 Charles i. Bayless 85, Enon 1u. Col. Thomas Haley Rahsman 84, Fairborn 1 Jerry Williams James 64, Fairborn 1 Betty l Stemmer 58, Waynesville it Shirley l. Lykins 63, new Carlisle a Dovid p. Teyber 67, Xenia a David i. Moore 54, Xenia it sue Hoag Fairborn a Ruth Lewis Rackham 93, Xenia Page 6a �50 years ago in Greene county feb. 17, 1960 juniors at Xenia High school presented their annual class play Quot Best foot Forward Quot this afternoon for pupils. Performance for general Public tonight at 8 .online a what do you like about the Winter olympics7 vote in our online poll. Greene it out dailies Omin Dex business.9a lottery.9a classifieds.7a8a opinion.5a record.6a county Region state 2a sports.1b-3b lifestyle.4b notion/world.6bcoming tomorrow a Gery Deer Quot for those Over the age of 25 who May not be familiar with his work 39-year-old Kevin Smith is a comic Book writer actor and a on the opinion Page look who a hiring. A Greene county dailies Legal clerk customer service. See and Page 7a a a Why pay Moro save More than $80 a year and enjoy the convenience of Home delivery Call 372 4444. Ext 144
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