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Xenia Gazette News Current (Newspaper) - February 20, 2010, Xenia, Ohio Today forecast amp % Snow ice High of 36� weather 14a saturday february 20, 2010 vol 3 no i 37 75 cents single copy $2.20/wk. Home delivered Twili a Trews current big picture local a Beavercreek Jamestown a Cedarville a yellow Springs a Spring Valley a Bellbrook a Wilberforce a Battle of 72 Drinnon Bradds Lead Green View past rival Cedarville 52-34. Page noteworthy Benjamin l. Simpson Benjamin i. Simpson of Xenia was named to the Dean s list for the fall 2009 semester at Virginia tech. To qualify for the Dean s list students must attempt at least 12 credit hours graded on the a f option and earn a 3.4 Grade Point average on a 4.0 scale during the semester. Simpson is a Junior majoring in aerospace engineering in the College of engineering. To suggest a noteworthy candidate email editor of done to miss these stories. A news 175 construction to begin. Get ready to see More Orange barrels on 1-75. Phase two of the modernization project is about to get underway. Page 3a> a Community Amelia Trio returns. Chamber music yellow Springs will present a concert by the Amelia piano Trio Anthea Kreston Jason duckies and Rieko Aizawa at 7 30 . Sunday feb. 28. Page 4a a a a sports 4th place. The Xenia Central 8th Grade boys basketball finished the Gwock South tournament in 4th place losing to Springboro White 50-45. Page in a a deaths a Cherie l. Neff 65, Xenia a Russell Leroy Mason 91, Xenia a Deacon John f. Finch 73, Xenia a John 0. Bradfute 84, Las vegas Page 6a a a 50 years ago in Greene county feb. 20, 1960 Xenia bucs end second straight undefeated Mil season. The Victory extended their Mil winning Streak to 18 Over a three year Span. In j j a what do you like about the Winter olympics you a cod Hen in your responses ice skating.30% snowboarding.25% opening ceremony.7% i Don t like anything about the Winter olympics 38% Black history month brings student projects into stores snowman s Days Are numbered this snowman on june drive in Xenia reflects a Happy expression and the Bright rays of sunlight casting his Shadow. In reality his Days Are numbered. Charles Caperton Greene county dailies by Aaron Larson staff writer Larson a Xenia a fourth and fifth graders from schools in the area made research projects to celebrate african american history and culture projects which Are now being displayed in local businesses. The theme that blanketed the projects was Quot lift every voice and sing a taken from a birthday poem written by James Weldon Johnson for Abraham Lincoln in 19 h. Students were asked to listen to the poem s corresponding song and express their reaction to it through writing paintings and creative Art. The resulting projects ale on display in the Xenia Kroger store with additional projects at Xenia s Kmart and Wal Mart. Different schools took different approaches to the theme. Fourth Grade students at Mckinley elementary listened to a Range of see projects Page 3a a a Charles Caperton Greene county dailies Kroger shopper Miketta Cobb pauses to look at a Black history month display in the Xenia big thank you to Harold Gerhardt our subscriber of Tho Day Fairborn High school Junior Katelynn Shover watches the projectile find it Mark for another win for team America during the Wright state University s 10th annual Trebuchet Competition held at the Campus Nutter Center Friday. Charles Caperton Greene county dailies students get medieval at Wright state tournament gives local students hands on engineering experience by Aaron Larson staff writer Larson a Fairborn a Wright state University hosted the 10th annual Trebuchet Competition in the Nutter Center pitting teams from schools across Ohio in a Competition of miniature siege weaponry yesterday in the Nutter Center. High schools sent teams from Xenia Fairborn Toledo and Cleveland just to name a few. Each of the 38 teams were tasked with constructing up to four Trebuchet a that met the single elimination tournament s guidelines and restrictions. A Trebuchet is a Type of medieval catapult that launches a projectile held in a Sling by using the Force of a counter weight. For the Competition the counter weight was limited to two cans of soda forcing competitors to find the perfect arrangement for distance and accuracy. Teams then set up their Trebuchet a across see Trebuchet Page 3a a a Chad out tuesday s paper for next week s question Index business.10a classifieds. .8a-10a comics. .56 county/region/state.2a lottery.6a opinion.5a record.6a religion.7a sports.1b-3b nation/world.14a weather.14a look who a hiring. A Bell Nursery supervisors. See and Page 8a a a Why Fay Moro save More than $80 a year and enjoy the convenience of Home delivery. Coil 372 coming tuesday a american profile Marian Wright Edelman has devoted her life to crusading for disadvantaged kids. A inserted mondays

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