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Xenia Gazette News Current (Newspaper) - January 23, 2010, Xenia, Ohio
Today forecast Cloudy High of 48� weather 12a saturday january 23, 2010 vol 3 no ll7 75 cents single copy $2.2q/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 Quot theres a response to what a person might see taste touch eat or whatever and that causes that person to make a visual local prof to showcase James Padgett Wilberforce University professor artwork by Aaron Larson Staft writer Larson a Wilberforce a the Paul Laurence Dunbar museum hosting an exhibition of artwork by Wilberforce University professor James Padgett throughout february to coincide w Ith the Date of Dunbar death. Padgett Art style unique and one he Calls a trigeminal taken from the name of the fifth cranial nerve the trigeminal nerve which responsible for sensation in the face Padgett says that his Art developed to illicit a certain reaction in the viewer. A there a response to what a person might see taste touch eat or whatever and that causes that person to make a visual expression said Padgett describing the function of the trigeminal nerve. A the textures the colors the shapes the com see artwork Page 3a a a submitted photo James Arthur Padgett a professor of Art history at Wilberforce University will be displaying his mixed Media creations in an exhibition at the Paul Laurence Dunbar museum throughout the month of february. A big thank you t in Wini a Mhz j i i h t. T j j 1 wit i a basketball indians fall to northeastern in och matchup Friday night. Page Don t miss these stories. A news sax recital slated. Chet Jenkins adjunct professor of Musk at Cedarville University will present o saxophone recital on monday feb. 8, in the recital Hall of the Dixon ministry Center at 7 . For information Call 937-766 7728. Page 3a a a deaths a Lyle e. Quot Eddie Quot Edwards 88, Fairborn a Helen Marie Richards 64, Springfield a Dorothy Lacour 88, Akron Page 6a a a 50 years ago in Greene county Jan. 23, 1960 rules for the annual Bur Banner contest to be sponsored by the Xenia High school student Council were discussed at a meeting of the Council. All organizations in the school Are urged to make Pep banners to enter in the contest. Online / of Tiffa should the donate Money to Haiti you voted Here Are your responses. Yes we should always help others.49% no we should focus on rebuilding our country.34% maybe not much of usual.12% wheres Haiti?.s Check out tuesday paper for next week question Index business. .10a lottery. Opinion. 6a a classifieds. .8a-9a record. .6a comics. Or religion. .7a county Region state. A sports. .1b4b lifestyle 6b nation world. A look who a hiring. A dog care tech 4 paws for ability. See and Page 8a a a Why pay More save More than $80 a year and enjoy the convenience of Home delivery Call 372 4444, ext. 144 station will now close at 7 . By Aaron Larson Start writer a arson a Bowersville a a Marathon Gas station in Bowersville was the target of an armed robbery thursday. Jan. 21. At approximately 8 45 . A White male who was described being 5�?T8�?� tall and with a husky build entered the Marathon at the Comer of Hussey Road and Mays ilk Street. The Man produced a handgun and demanded that the clerk give him the Money in the Register. The clerk complied and the Man left w without incident. Police say that the Man was wearing a White sweatshirt a ski mask dark gloves Blue jeans and sneakers. The sweatshirt has a unique design of w hat appears to be a Skull and some writing on the front and a Large Charles Caperton Greene county dailies Skull with a Mohawk on the Back. The Marathon fuel station was robbed just after 8 . In Bowersville thursday. The assailant showed a weapon and fled on foot with an undetermined amount of Money. Be station Page 3a a noteworthy Bellbrook coming tuesday american profile Sivji have you seen this Man stills from the Security camera. Anyone who recognizes the sweatshirt and the individual who owns it encouraged to Call det. Chris Moore at 937-562-4815. Submitted photo Bowersville Marathon robbed students congressman Steve Austria r Beavercreek announced the winners for the months of november and december for the congressional student of the month award. Quot i m proud to extend big congratulations to these leading students Quot Austria said. Quot their diligent work and willingness to help others has already set them on a path for Success. I wish the students of the month All the Best in their future High school and Middle school students from across the 7th congressional District Ore nominated for this Honor by their schools based on their exemplary scholarship leadership or citizenship. The student of the month award presented to students during the months school in session. December students of the month Bellbrook Middle school Emily buns old a 6th Grade Daniel Bonavita a 7th Grode and Soro Crotty a 8th Grade. To suggest a noteworthy candidate email editor Greene a inside the Greene county dailies Why Bingo a big draw in Small towns. Fat orm Anci dab j pre How entertainment Wilt Besoin to minute before each performance with live jazz Murk and Morel Tickel
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