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Xenia Gazette News Current (Newspaper) - January 6, 2010, Xenia, Ohio Today forecast Cloudy High of 23� weather 10a wednesday january 6, 2010 vol 3 no 104 75 cents single copy $2.20/wk. Home delivered Gazette news current big picture local focus Xenia a Beavercreek Jamestown a Cedarville a yellow Springs a Spring Valley a Bellbrook a Wilberforce the architect s rendering of the proposed Green View Middle school. The school will not Cost the District tax payers any Money and will be one of the first leed Silver certified schools in Greene county. Photo Courtesy of Ruetschle Green View Middle school to be Energy efficient Cost effective by Aaron staff writer Larson a Jamestown a the design for Green View s new Energy efficient Middle school will he displayed during a Community meet ing on Jan. 14, allowing members of the Community to ask questions and get a better general understanding of the project. Green View Middle school will be one of the first leed leadership and Energy in environmental design Silver certified schools in the Greene county and it will aet As a replacement to the intermediate school in the District. It will House grades five through eight while the primary school will take Over the fourth graders. One of the key facts of the school is that it is essentially free according to supt. Joesph Parish. A it in t costing the District a dime Quot said Parish who added that Grants and state funding Are covering the entire costs of construction. The see school Page 3a it a poor weather causes accidents by Aaron p arson staff writer Larson a and Nikki Ferrell Start writer Ferrell a Xenia a tuesday was a particularly treacherous Day to drive with Slick and dangerous roads throughout Greene county resulting in multiple Auto collisions and slide offs. The Ohio state patrol Post Xenia reported that they had responded to nine collisions and numerous slide offs yesterday including a three ear pile up on 1-675 and col. Glenn Highway that left the interstate crawling for almost an hour. Xenia police division patrol Cut. Doug Doherty said that he sees a Between 30 and 40 accidents each those averages come from the last three months and As Doherty said a it can get much worse depending on the Springfield a patrol Post responded to 24 crashes by 3 45 . Yesterday including one on state route 72 involving a sch curl bus. Further details were unavailable due to backlog caused by the excessive amount of incidents. V a Imi it a r Quot a it a a a a a or a i f a i Ira Quot a Quot \ Simf it. A u / j h i y v v \ Charles Caperton Greene county doilies tuesday s snowfall caused numerous accidents around the area. However this Snow scene on see weather Page 3a a a Rebein Road shows a Calm peaceful Day. Record Snow in the East by Jeffrey Collins associated press w Riter Columbia s c. A bitter cold and Snow sweeping into the Eastern left part of new England under record snowfall and hit southerners with sub freezing temperatures that Farmers fear could destroy strawberries and other crops. Four deaths were blamed on the cold in Tennessee. The deep freeze was expected to last for at least the rest of the week. The National weather service said the Mercury could fall below Zero in St. Louis later this week for the first time since 1999. The duration of the cold snap is unusual especially in the South where the weather is typically Chilly for just a Day or two before temperatures rebound into the 50s. Waves of Arctic air pushed into Central Mississippi. Alabama and the Florida Panhandle w Here Farmers were scrambling to save strawberries and tomatoes As temperatures dipped into the 20s and wind chills into the teens. Hard freeze warnings covered the Region tuesday according to die National weather serv ice. Charleston s.c., was expecting sub freezing overnight lows All week. Parts of West Virginia could see 4 to 8 inches of Snow by wednesday morning and see Snow Page 3a it a battered midwestern cities see unemployment drop by Christopher s. I Gaber a economics writer Washington apr signs of life among . Manufacturers helped lower unemployment rates in much of the Industrial Midwest a labor department report tuesday showed. Still jobs Are Likely to remain scarce in the next few months nationwide. Unemployment rates dropped shatly in november in cities As Peoria 111., Elkhart ind., and fort Wayne iud., the department s report said. Those cities and others in states As Kentucky and Michigan have benefited As . Manufacturers have rebounded said Steve Cochrane regional economist at Moody s . The Institute for Supply management. A Trade group of purchasing executives said monday that its Index of manufacturing business activity Rose in december to its highest level in More than three years. Peoria is Home to heavy equipment maker Caterpillar inc., which said last fall that it would recall about 550 employees out of thousands Laid off As the company benefits from rising overseas demand. Unemployment in Peoria fell to 10.8 percent in november from 11.7 percent the previous month. Elkhart has seen its unemployment rate fall to 14.5 percent in november from nearly 19 percent in March As it has regained some of the jobs at recreational vehicle manufacturers that were lost during the recession. Heartland re for example has said it w ill add 400 jobs by this Spring. The Region was the capital of re manufacturing until the Industry was hit hard by rising Gas prices and the recession. President Barack Obama visited Elkhart twice last year. The department s report also shows that unemployment in several metropolitan areas hit hardest by the housing bust May he leveling off Cochrane said. While the housing Market May not he improving in those areas the downturn May not eliminate any More jobs. Joblessness also dropped sharply in november in the Tucson Ariz., and Las vegas Paradise nev., metro areas As Well As several other cities in the two states. Both suffered from major housing bubbles that popped in the past two years. See unemployment Page 3a a a boys basketball Xenia looks for fourth win in lost five a times. Page i by noteworthy Karroll Robinson army National guard spec. Karroll Robinson has graduated from Basic combat training at fort Sill Lawton okla. During the nine weeks of training the Soldier studied the army Mission and received instruction and training exercises in Drill and ceremonies army history Core values and traditions military Courtesy military Justice physical fitness first Aid Rifle marksmanship weapons use map Reading and land navigation foot marches armed and unarmed combat and Field Maneu vers and tactics. He is the son of Karen Robinson of Woodman drive Dayton Ohio. The specialist graduated in 2005 from Chaminade Julienne High school Dayton and received a Bachelor s degree in 2008 from Central state University Wilberforce Ohio. To suggest a noteworthy candidate email done to miss these stories. A record today in history. In 1941, president Franklin d. Roosevelt in his state of the Union address outlined a goal of Quot four freedoms Quot Freedom of speech and expression the Freedom of people to worship god in their own Way Freedom from wont Freedom from fear. Page 6a a a a business finance Edward Jones of you want to accomplish other major milestones you May have envisioned a o new Home College for your kids o comfortable retirement and so on a you May need to set some new year s Finon Ciol resolutions Page 9av a lifestyle dear Abby. My wife Hod a series of affairs during our 25 years of Morrione. I loved her so i Fried to ignore what Wos happening for the Sake of our three children. When she left me for her Boss divorce Wos my Only option. Page 4b a a deaths a Paul Lawrence 87, Xenia a Betty l. Poulson Fischer 88, Fairborn a Nellie Mae Amos 101, Defiance Ohio a Jane m. Martin Dolton 84, Xenia a Inex i. Pollock Howell 87, Xenia a Burnis e. Key 62 a Neil j. Hollingsworth 80, Sun City Ariz. Page 6a it a 50 years ago in Greene county Jan. 5, 1960 four teachers were employed by the Xenia Board of education three janitors and one Secretary hired of the 1st regular meeting of the boarding 1960. 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