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Xenia Gazette News Current (Newspaper) - January 5, 2010, Xenia, Ohio
Today forecast a Snow High of 22� weather 14a tuesday january 5, 2010 vol 3 no 103 75 cents single copy $2.20/wk. Home delivered Xenia a Beavercreek Jamestown a Cedarville a yellow Springs a Spring Valley a Bellbrook a Wilberforce libraries to reduce operating hours a delayed first Day Charles Caperton Greene county dallies Xenia schools were operating on a two hour delay yesterday morning due to school buildings being too cold to hold classes. A Cox elementary student on safety patrol guards the crosswalks. Cold weather causes delays in area schools by Laron Larson stall writer Larson us Xenia a area schools got the new year off to a stunted Start with a two hour delay caused by malfunctioning boilers. Central Middle school reported problems with its boilers Early monday morning throwing a wrench into the gears of the Xenia Community schools. The bus sys tem that transports students to and from school is As supt. Jeffery Lew is puts it the buses pick up students As Early As six see weather Page 2a a a Xenia a due to reductions in state funding the Greene county Public Library will reduce operating hours of the Library system beginning today Jan. 4, 2010. Quot the Board is making these changes in order to keep the Library open to serve the Public into the year 2013,�?� said Earl Colon director of the Greene county Public Library system. The Library has relied heavily on state funding Over the years but because the Economy has been in a drastic downturn the Library a primary funding source is now the local one Mil Levy. With the changes in hours and the passage of our renewal Levy we Are pretty sure we will be Able to keep our doors open into the year 2013 unless our state funding has another dramatic fall. This is mostly due to our Board s diligent stewardship of Public Money Over the t he new hours for the libraries starting january 4 Are As follows Cedarville and Jamestown monday tuesday and thursday noon to 8 . Wednesday and Friday 10 .-6 . Saturday to . 5 . Beavercreek Bellbrook. Fairborn Xenia and yellow see Library Page 2a a a Winter system drops record Snow chills double donations Shawnee students help out local fish pantry. Page 13a> done to miss these stories. A opinion waiting to exhale. It seems to Bill Taylor that that the Epa the Federal Agency which has Protection of the environment As its Mission has finally identified the two main sources of stuff that a a threat to the environment a people and animals. Page 5a it a sports Xenia edges Butler. Xenia went into overtime to get its second win of the season Over Fairborn two games ago. To notch win no. 3, the bucs Hod to go into even More extra ploy on saturday night against visiting Butler. Page in it a lifestyle avatar rules. James Cameron s science fiction epic Quot avatar Quot Hod another Stellar weekend with $68.3 million domestically shooting past is billion worldwide Only the fifth movie Ever to hit that Mark. Page 6b a a deaths a Linda Lea Ruff Connor 68, Xenia a Sharon r. Koeller 64, Beavercreek a Inez i. Pollock Howell 87, Xenia a Jessie May Silcott 86, Cedarville a j. Wayne St. Denis 58, Xenia a Teresa k. Grooms Daugherty 57, Jamestown a Mary Elizabeth Wright Mather 87 a John g. Dalton la Beavercreek a Robert h. Kemp sr., 85, Xenia a Burnis e. Key 62 a Anita Kaye Penn Springfield Page 4a amp 6a it 50 years ago in Greene county Jan. 5, 1960 statistics released today by Dun amp Bradstreet inc. Office reflect the growth of manufacturing and other business population in Greene county during the past year. Online a Are you ready for Winter and Snow vote in our online poll. / Index lottery.4a business.i2a opinion.5a classifieds.7a-11a record.6a comics.4b5b schools.13a county Region state 4a sports.ib-38 lifestyle.6b nation/world.12a the South by Jeffrey Collins associated press writer Columbia . Apr a bitter chill has settled in across the Eastern half of the country threatening crops closing schools and making Charleston ., feel More like new York City. Records snows w Ere reported Over the weekend in Vermont and tanners in Florida scrambled monday to save strawberries and tomatoes. The deep freeze will last for at least the rest of the week. The National weather sen ice said the Mercury could fall below Zero in St. Louis later this week for the first time since 1999. In Burlington. Vt., a weekend Snow storm see Snow Page 2a a a Charles Caperton Greene county dollies Man in custody Ohio state Highway patrol officers inspect a Chevrolet Blazer stopped along southbound 1-675 in Beavercreek twp. The operator refused to Stop for officers who attempted a traffic Stop. The operator was taken into custody for an outstanding warrant. Quot when i hear someone spouting conspiracy theories i deduct 20 Points from his or her a read it on the opinion Page look who a hiring. A Falcon transport Van team. See and Page 7a a a Why pay Mora save More than $80 a year and enjoy the convenience of Home delivery Coll 372 Man wanted on nationwide warrant caught in Beavercreek noteworthy Glen Helen Art exhibition the Glen Helen association is hosting their fourth annual members Ari exhibition from Jan. To to Jon. 30. Show hours Are 9 30 . To 4 30 . Monday through Friday and to . To 4 . On saturdays and sundays in the Glen Helen building located of 405 Corry Street in yellow Springs. Admission is free. For More information Coll the Glen Helen ecology Institute at 937-769-1902 or visit . By Nikki Ferrell Stair writer Pferre Lercz Beavercreek a a car Chase that started in Riverside sunday afternoon ended with Beavercreek officers making an arrest on a Man wanted nationwide on felony charges. A Riverside police officer initiated a traffic Stop on Craig n. Hill. 51. Address listed at Large who was Dri ing a car reported stolen from Kettering. The vehicle Hill was driving in the Knollwood residential neighbourhood in Riverside matched the description of one that was involved in thefts from cars in the parking lot of a Beavercreek Church earlier that Day. Hill tied and officers pursued to suggest a noteworthy candidate email Charles Caperton Greene county dailies Beavercreek police detectives conduct a search of a stolen car and find items from several Active cases around the area. Him to Beavercreek where Beavercreek officers engaged in the Pursuit around 1 30 . Hill crashed the car near Beaver Vul drive and lied on foot. He was apprehended near 1088 old Mill Road. No one was injured in the incident. Hill is being held in the Greene county jail on a $30,000 Bond. Who to reported Dee. 22 that Hill was wanted on a nationwide warrant out of see Hill Page 2a it a big picture local focus coming tomorrow a Jack Lemout
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