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Xenia Gazette News Current (Newspaper) - January 7, 2010, Xenia, Ohio
Today forecasts Lowhigh of 24� weather 16a Xenia a Beavercreek Jamestown a Cedarville a yellow Springs a Spring Valley a Bellbrook a Wilberforce girls basketball Xenia buts blow past Lebanon warriors. Page 11a> publisher s note by Jon m. Noel editor publisher you May have noticed something different about the front Page of the Gazette news current this week. Some other changes have also occurred in the last Day or two. Here s what s new the Quot roil Quot on Page one is wider and the Point size of the copy in the rail has been increased. New in the rail is Quot Don t miss these stories Quot and Quot look who s also new to the front Page is a Salute to the Quot subscriber of the Well select a Reader each Day who will see their name on the front Page and also receive a gift with our thanks. Headlines and photos will be bigger on the front Page. Most fronts will Only contain 3-4 stories. This will give them More Impact and make the Page cleaner and less cluttered. The jump Page where front Page stories jump to has been moved from Page 2a to 3a. This Way if a Reader wants to dip o Story they can do so using Only one copy. Our circulation manager hates this change she d rather sell you two papers what had been Page 4a, county amp Region is now county Region state and moved to 2a. We have color capability on that Page and can use it for photos. By moving state news on this Page and away from the nation world Page Well be Able to run 2-3 times More state stories than in the past. Additionally Community Calendar will be moved to 4a. Lotteries Etc. See note Page 3a a a Don t miss these stories. A Jamestown Cedarville geography Bee. Cedarville elementary schooler John Sizer 5th Grade left and Alex Zaage 5th Grade were the Winner and runner up respectively of the National geographic geography Bee Page 2b a a a farm/4-h Annie s project. Greene county Extension is joining with the Montgomery county Extension office to present a program for farm women called Annie s project. Page 4b a a deaths a Shelton Paul Lawrence jr., 87, a perforce a Louise a. Wright Keeton 78, Faisom a David Lee Pitzer 48, Xenia a maj. Richard a. Myers 48, Xenia a Irene Ferguson 94, Michigan Page 6a it so years ago in Greene county Jan. 7, 1960 Russell a. Bradley now completing his first term As sheriff of Greene county announced today he would seek the Republican nomination for that Post in the May primary. Online a Are you ready for Winter and Snow vote in our online poll. Index Jamestown Cedarville 2b almanack.5b Beavercreek Bellbrook 38 lottery 6a business.9a opinion.5a classifieds.7a9a record.6a amit.10a county Region state 4a $p0rts.11 a-13a farm/4-h.48 nation/world.14a coming tomorrow thursday january 72010 vol 3 no 105 75 cents single copy $2.20/wk. Home delivered a i want to say a this is your town and this is Why your town is so important to the civil War and Ohio a history. Catherine Wilson the executive director of the Greene county historical society local woman one of 15 selected to plan cml War remembrance by Aaron Larson Statt writer Larson it Charles Caperton Greene county dailies Greene county historical society executive director Catherine Wilson poses for a photo at the society s Headquarters in Xenia. Xenia a the Ohio historical society has chosen a Xenia local to he one of 15 members of the states 15 the civil War anniversary committee. Catherine Wilson the executive director of the Greene county historical society has a deep passion for the civil War. A in be been interested in the civil War since i was a said Wilson who can Trace her family lineage to several soldiers w to fought in the War. Being chosen As one of Only a handful of ohioans to plan the state s remembrance of the War is something Wilson is suitable enthusiastic about. A a it a almost Awe inspiring. I am so so excited a her excitement stems from her understanding of How important Xenia is in the history of the state and the civil War. A Xenia was a big Railroad huh and a lot of troops came through said Wilson. A it was a mid Point for a lot of people. A number of troops w Ere sick and died w Hen they got Here and they Are buried in the Woodland the number of to clips who came through the City does t reflect Xenia s above average participation in the War. Quot Greene county had the highest percentage of residents join see War Page 3a a a with great comics comes great responsibility a True believers turn favorite Hobby into successful business Quot we love what we do. We love the Industry and we love the product. A Anthony Barry co owner of super Fly comics in yellow Springs by Aaron Larson staff writer Larson a yellow Springs a while scores of businesses struggle to offer a product that people will buy amidst economic turmoil one dynamic duo has struck a balance Between financial Success and fun. Haeher Cleveland and Anthony Barry worked at yellow Spring s dark Star books before breaking off to form their own business super Bly comics. A dark Star was a great store hut it was a very crowded store and it was not the kind of comic store that we wanted to work at Quot said Barry. Quot we both had Long term goals of independently creating our own stores and after a while we realized that those visions were not really mutually exclusive and that a partnership really seemed to work the venture to detach themselves from an established retailer May have been risky hut comics Are a business where loyalty reigns supreme. Quot mov ing the customer base from dark Star Over to Here helped us out a lot More than a place just starting up from scratch a said Cleveland. Super Fly was founded in August of 2 x 7 and has persistently expanded moving from their original storefront to Dingleberry s former location on Dayton Street effectively quadrupling their space. The constant expansions Arentt limited to Square footage As the owners Are always adding new elements to their business to keep customers interested and coming Hack. Over the years. Super Fly has hosted gaming tournaments a concert and most recently a new year s eve party Complete with do and a dance floor. Cleveland says that these extra activities Are part of w hat makes super Fly so successful in a time where other businesses Are suffering. Quot As we get into a More digital age w Ith people looking to comics and almost All Media in general on the internet a lot of places Are kind of shifting away from your traditional store see comics Page 2a a a photo Courtesy of Marvel this spider Man Over depicts the first appearance of Archenemy venom. New comic store co owner Anthony Barry stands inside his store super Fly comics and games in yellow Springs Charles Caperton Greene county doilies a Usa weekend the Quot Book of Eli Quot Star Denzel Washington uses his gifts to give fans an escape from reality. A find it inside of Friday s edition look who a hiring. A Miami Valley hospice registered nurse. See and Page 7a a a Why pay Moro save More than $80 a year and Enoy the convenience of Home delivery Coll 372-4444, ext. 144
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