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Xenia Gazette News Current (Newspaper) - January 30, 2010, Xenia, Ohio ,.iii n hhbi�., picture i it Occil locus. Today forecast a. Partly Cloudy High of 20� weather 14a saturday january 30, 2010 vol 3 no 122 75 cents single copy s2.20/wk. Home delivered Xenia a Beavercreek Jamestown a Cedarville a yellow Springs a Spring Valley a Bellbrook a Wilberforce Quot for students and staff Black history month helps us remember Why we Are established As a historically Black University. Professor Obikwu Iwu Anyanwu director of the writing Center at Central state University local University has plans for Black history month by Monique Montgomery contributing writer Wilberforce a Central state University staff and students recognize the importance of celebrating Black history month. They also understand the natural Rele Vance As a Black institution to celebrate the history of Blacks All year around although february marked a month of unforgettable events for african americans. Quot Black history month is More so embraced by White institutions because it is part of their institutional program a said Jawhara Giddings chairperson of humanities. Giddings is helping to put together different projects for the year at Central state. Quot it s not about just Black history month. We do events All year Long especially As a Black institution Quot Giddings said. Central state has ongoing events All year Long. Tile in part me it of humanities does a common Book program in which this year s Book is Quot Sag Harbor Quot by Colson see month Page 3a it a a basketball bugs come Back to beat sky Hawks in overtime. Page i but noteworthy Austin Hicks Austin Hicks with his captivating personality genuine character and undeniable Talent has audiences everywhere stand ing up and cheering. This up and coming country music artist just released his self titled debut album featuring Quot i still pledge allegiance a an original song penned by Austin honouring the Flag and the men and women who fight to defend ii. Austin s self titled debut album was released in september 2009 a an event that fulfilled a life Long dream to share his passion and enthusiasm for his music with others. Hear Austin and the Rattlesnake River Bond at Clifton opera House Jan. 30 at 8 . A s7 donation is requested to suggest a noteworthy candidate email done to miss these stories. A Community amnesty for fines. The Xenia municipal court says to pay your past fines now or face the possibility of stricter enforcement later. Page 4a it a a religion Church to Host dinner. Reaching out to the Community to help the needy is the Mission of the loaves and fishes ministry As it goes Forward at Emmanuel Baptist Church 1120 s. Detroit st., Xenia Page 7a it a deaths a Donny Delawder 57 Wilmington a Raymond Lee Rinehart 73, Octa a Liberan Quot Cecil Quot Garrett 59, Hillsboro a Wilbur c Plantz 84, Syracuse ind. A Dorothy f. Manning 80, Xenia Page 6a a a 50 years ago in Greene county Jan. 30, 1960 Xenia is 10th in the slate in the percentage of increase in population from 1950 to 1960 with 33.16 percent according to estimates made by the division of vital what did you want Obama to say Dunn his state of the Union address this past week you voted Hon Ore your responses. Of you re unemployed you will Hove a Job by the end of the year.16% be health care Bill will pass and help tinmans.14% sorry i Haven t been focused on the economy.7% i quit .63% Heck out tuesday s paper far next week s question cities receive state auditor awards by Aaron Farson stall writer Larson a Xenia a the City of Xenia and the City of Beavercreek received awards for excellent financial accountability from the state auditor s office Dunn their last City Council meetings. Fewer than five percent of All Ohio government agencies Are eligible for the a making your tax dollars county award. To be eligible. The Agency must submit a comprehensive annual financial report car for the state auditor s office to review. The auditor s office then checks the report to make sure that tax payers Money is being managed properly and being protected against unlawful spending according to Xenia s finance director Mike a Elak. Quot we have to make sure those internal controls in place and that we Are complying with the rules whether they be rules with particular Grant programs rules w Ith regard to state Law or Ai i is with regard to our own said a Elak. The awards were Given for the cars regarding the 2 x 8 fiscal year. The reports for see awards Page 3a a a hot licks cold Day Christopher Day 24, jams on the strings of his pizza guitar Cut out As the front Man for Little Caesar s pizza at the Corner of main and South West streets. Charles Caperton Greene county dailies armed robbery suspect caught in different county by Aaron Farson staff writer Larson few Bowersville a a suspect in ail armed robbery Case in Bowersville has been identified by a Highland county detective. The Greene county sheriffs office put out information about the robbery and suspect in the Jan. 21 incident to other Law enforcement agencies throughout Ohio with the Law enforcement automated data system leads. Detectives at the Highland county sheriff s office received this information and were Able to identify the suspect As Ryan Funk. Funk had been arrested and is currently being held in the Highland county jail on separate hut similar charges. Those charges have been sent to the Greene county prosecutors office for review. Funk is suspected of using a handgun to Rob a Marathon Gas station in Bowersville earlier this month. Meet the three medal contenders going for the Gold. A inserted monday Index business.10a classifieds.8a-10a comics.5b county Region state 2a lifestyle.6b lottery.6a opinion.5a record.6a sports.1b-4b weather.14acoming tuesday a american profile Charles Caperton Greene county doilies License to bark Greene county dog owners line up to Purchase their required pet License for 2010. Dog tags purchased before the end of the month Are sold at $15 per dog. The Normal rate is $30 per dog. The half Price offers will extend to the end of the business Day on monday feb. who s hiring. A can health network experienced rns. See and Page 8a it a a Why pay Mort save More than $80 o year and enjoy the convenience of Home delivery Coll 372-4444. Ext. 144

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