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Xenia Gazette News Current (Newspaper) - February 27, 2010, Xenia, Ohio
Today a forecast Snow High of 32� weather 16a saturday february 27, 2010 vol 3 no 142 75 cents single copy $2.20/wk. Home delivered. \ i Gazette news current big picture local focus Xenia a Beavercreek Jamestown a Cedarville a yellow Springs a Spring Valley a Bellbrook a Wilberforce Lewis weighs in on cuts school budget cuts planned for least negative effect says superintendent by a Ron Larson Start writer Larson pc Xenia a the cuts announced Dun Rig last monday s Xenia sch Oil Board meeting mean that the District w ill have to remove $2.1 million Worth of serv ices for a Dell the 2010-11 z22i sch Oil year including 14 teachers and a year Long schooling Lewis option. Six High school six Middle school and two elementary teaching positions Are to be eliminated although the District is trying to keep the Impact of these cuts at a minimum. A a we re reducing slots and not people right now a said supt. Jeffrey Lewis who also said that the Board will spend the see cuts Page 3a a a a basketball several area teams get ready for sectional finals. Page1b> noteworthy Jacob Garringer Jacob Garringer of Jamestown is a member of the Ashland University wrestling team. He is the son of Rodney and Barbara Garringer and h majoring in physical education. The eagles have an Overall record of 4-12 and Are Lead by head coach Tim Derolon and assistant coach Marcus Gordon. They will compete in the Mcaa division la Midwest regional at Central Missouri on february 28th. For More information including individual and team statistics schedule and roster go to University is a mid sized private institution conveniently located a Short distance from Akron Cleveland and Columbus Ohio. Ashland University values the individual student and offers a unique educational experience that combines the Challenge of Strong applied academic programs with a faculty and staff who build nurturing relationships with their students. To suggest a noteworthy candidate email editor Greene Don t miss these stories. A religion St. Brigid s father John Krumm talks about Lent. This title is a simple but profound proclamation and Challenge a of Faith and of life. It is so tempting to take people for granted including god. How often we May fall trap to such May even vary from year to year but it sure affects us All. Page 7a a a a sports Xenia Little league becomes a reality. The newest pro Gram in Xenia for All the boys and girls is he Xenia Little league the league was founded on the principles and philosophy by Thom Armstrong and is designed for the whole family with the number one goal of having fun. Page in it a deaths a Merle Lee Curry Rock 83, Fairborn a Martha j. Lehoven 93, Xenia Page 6a a a 50 years ago in Greene county feb. 27, 1960 More than 150 members and guests of Xenia High school Tri his club attended the club s annual formal Quot Bali hoi Quot saturday evening in the High school gymnasium. Online 7 t1 a should Ohio s smoking ban be repealed you voted1 Here Are your responses yes the ban Cost Oik $2 million to enforce.21 % no i Don t like second hand smoke.53% cooking should be allowed in bors.21 % we should also ban fast food curs and guns .6% Check out Lesda a paper for next week s question newspaper operations merge new publisher and managing editor named Brown publishing company a Parent company of times Community newspapers of greater Dayton and the Greene county newspapers publisher of the Xenia Beavercreek Gazette news current and the Fairborn daily Herald a announced that the two newspaper groups will merge operations effective March i. Frank Beeson group publisher of Savage the greater Miami Valley newspapers group which includes times Community newspapers cd Greene county newspapers As Well As the 1-75 newspapers a Piqua daily Call Troy daily news and Sidney daily new s a made the announcement Friday afternoon in Embs Xenia to the employees of the Greene county newspapers. Current publisher of times Community newspapers of greater Dayton Michael Savage was named publisher of the newly formed group. Savage served As publisher of the Greene county dailies for a Brief time in August 2 x 7 until november 2 x 7 when he was named advertising director of 27 Community newspapers owned and operated by the Cincinnati enquirer. Savage returned to brow n publishing to he publisher of times see newspapers Page 3a a a Charles Caperton Greene county dailies Xenia twp. Fire Rescue carry out a Motorist who was trapped in an overturned vehicle on state route 235 near the Bath twp. Line. Blowing Snow that created drifts on the Roadway May have been a contributing Factor that caused two motorists to slide off the Road. Blowing Snow causes Slick conditions on Rural roads by Nikki Ferrell Start writer Ferrell a Fairborn daily and Aaron Larson Start writer Xenia a though most limbo my a and other municipalities sets did not seem to see hazardous Road conditions Early Friday blowing Snow on Rural roads caused the county sheriff to Issue a level i Snow emergency around 9 30 a m. A a we be been having a lot of blowing and Drifting Snow and we be had a lot of slide off accidents a said sheriff Gene Fisher. In a crash with injuries attributed to blow ing Snow Friday a Fairborn woman lost control of her car on state route 235 just outside Bath township. Carolyn Clifton 66. Told state troopers that she hit Snow on the Road. Her car flipped leaving her trapped. Xenia Tow ii ship firefighters responded with Hydraulic entrapment tools and released her from the see Road Page 3a a a parents enjoy student projects displayed at Xenia s Kroger projects that students made after learning More about african american history and culture. Submitted photo students introduces to Black history through North Star legacy project Xenia a Mcdonald a restaurants Kroger Kmart and fullers in Xenia support North Star legacy project during african american history month. From gospel classical to hip hop awesome presentations of african american musicians were displayed in the Community by the Xenia Community schools in the month of february 2010. Businesses donated dominant space in Plain site for the Public to View the display of the 4th and 5th Grade social studies classes in Mckinley school Simon Kenton sch Oil Shawnee school Tecumseh sch Oil Cox Schry and Spring Hill elementary. At least 400 students and teachers will receive a gift certificate from Mcdonald a restaurants for their participation in the african american history Mont i. A Pride award is in order for the teachers who motivated and see project Page 3a a a Bellbrook Middle school wins chess championship Columbus a on saturday feb 20, 2010 the Columbus school for girls hosted the Ohio girls chess championships w Here Bellbrook Middle school took Home first place. Almost i x girls Iii grades k-12 from All Over the state arrived in Bexley Ohio to play the Best players in the state. Karen Cheresky forts one of the organizers for the tournament said that a there has been phenomenal growth in this tournament in the past few years and we were Happy to have been chosen by the Ohio Scholastic association to Host the event this tile w inner of the k-12 championship will represent Ohio in a National girls tournament later this year. The girls in tile k-12 championship Section were playing five rounds of chess 90 minutes each round for individual Ohio girl state Champion and Ohio girl state team Champion. Five schools were in Contention for Ohio girl state team championship Bellbrook Middle school Bellbrook Ohio see chess Page 3a a a Index lottery. 6a business.10a opinion.5a Ioa record.6a comics.5b sports.ib-4b county/region/state.2a of weather.5a coming tuesday a american profile for nearly i of years girl scouts have fostered character courage and conf Dencer a and sold a lot of cookies. Vishnu Cradle go girl Twer look who s hiring. A Carlisle gifts and furniture soles receiving associate. See of Page 8a it Way pay Moro save More than s80 a year Ond enjoy the convenience of Home delivery Cai 372-4444, ext 144 big thank you to Mary iou Oldiges our subscriber of the Day
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