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Kids are hams too
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XENIA — Ham radios have no boundaries as there are operators all over the world. There are also no age parameters. Just ask Riley Lorang. The 10-year-0ld from San Jose, California obtained his tech license at age 8 and his general license last summer when he was 9. He actually started getting into it as […] The post Kids are hams too appeared...
Career center seniors a decorated group
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XENIA — Seniors at the Greene County Career Center will walk away from the recognition ceremony May 24 with a lot to boast. The class of 2022 — with 303 graduates — was awarded $780,000 in tech prep scholarships to Sinclair and or Clark State colleges (260 worth $3,000 each), approximately $600,000 in additional academic […] The post Career...
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Submitted photo Brenda Smallwood, executive director of Greene Metropolitan Housing Authority presents Cassandra Campbell a $1,000 OHAC “William F. Gandert” Scholarship to continue her education in nursing. The scholarship is one of the three given in the State of Ohio for 2022. Submitted photo Brenda Smallwood, executive director of Greene...
Ferguson selected as first-team all-district
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BEAVERCREEK — Haley Ferguson was selected as a first-team All-Southwest District athlete in Division I in softball. Ferguson, a sophomore at Beavercreek, was one of three pitchers selected amongst the 10 first-team picks. One of the top pitchers in the area, she achieved the Greater Western Ohio Conference triple crown in pitching this season...
Culpepper displaying calm dominance on the court
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MASON — There was finally a reason to have some nerves creep up heading into a match. An opponent who was a state semifinalist last year stood between Tucker Culpepper and a berth in the Division II state tournament. A more comparable skill level and overall formidable opponent in Jack Pollock of Indian Hill across […] The post Culpepper...
‘Creek falls in district finals
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CINCINNATI — Small ball ruled the day and ended the season for Beavercreek softball. Mason put together four infield hits in the seventh inning to break open a tie game and win the Division I District Title over Beavercreek 5-1 on Thursday at Princeton High School. Using the strategy throughout the game, Mason began the […] The post ‘Creek...
Six times the fun for Greeneview seniors
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JAMESTOWN — It almost sounds like the beginning of a joke. “Two sets of triplets walk into a school … ” But in this case, there is no punch line. It’s happened every day at Greeneview High School for the past four years and now Craig, Hannah, and Kayla Finley and Max, Sam, and Zeke […] The post Six times the fun for Greeneview seniors...
Beavercreek has early tournament exit
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BEAVERCREEK — A different Springfield team from the regular season showed up to Beavercreek for a sectional tournament opener. Grinding out runs inning after inning, Beavercreek wasn’t able to keep up its ability to answer in its final time up to the plate during a season ending 6-5 defeat at home. The teams entered the […] The post...
County resident on ‘Wheel of Fortune’
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BEAVERCREEK TOWNSHIP — A long-time Greene County resident will be appearing on the popular TV game show “Wheel of Fortune” Tuesday night. Erika Tate, a Beavercreek Township resident, will spin the wheel and maybe buy a vowel or two during the show, which airs at 7 p.m. on WHIO. She couldn’t share how she did […] The post County resident...
Cedarville seniors set to graduate
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CEDARVILLE — The four-year accomplishments of Cedarville High School students will be celebrated during graduation Thursday, May 19. The seniors will walk across the stage and receive their diplomas inside Cedarville University’s Dixon Ministry Center to culminate the ceremony, which begins at 7 p.m. Of those graduating, 95 percent plan to...
Biodigester legal team seeks case dismissal
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FAIRBORN — The legal counsel for Bath Township biodigester owners/operators Renergy Inc., and Dovetail Energy LLC asked the United States District Court to dismiss a lawsuit filed by the City of Fairborn and Bath Township. In a motion filed on Monday, the attorneys argued that because of a lawsuit previously filed (and ultimately settled) by...
Cedarville run rules Legacy Christian
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CEDARVILLE — Indians baseball is hitting its stride for the second time this season, and a break isn’t as likely to halt their progress this go around. A 10-0 win in the opening game of sectional tournament play for Cedarville against Legacy Christian on Monday is certainly as good of a time as any to […] The post Cedarville run rules Legacy...
Car stolen from area dealership
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XENIA — The Greene County Sheriff’s Office is looking for the person who stole a vehicle from a local car dealership. Around 9:15 p.m. April 30, a 1986 blue Oldsmobile Cutlass 442 was taken from the parking lot of Jeff Schmitt Chevrolet on Orchard Lane in Beavercreek Township. If you have any information regarding this […] The post Car stolen...
Coroner’s Office investigator receives state award
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XENIA — It’s a good thing William Harden likes hats because he has worn many throughout his long and varied career — literally. He recently was honored by the Ohio State Coroners Association as “Investigator of the Year.” This inaugural award was presented last week in Cincinnati at the Ohio State Coroners Association conference.
Greene Met looking for Section 8 landlords
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XENIA — Greene Metropolitan Housing Authority is looking for rental units for its Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher participants. The HCV program is the federal government’s primary program for assisting very low-income families, the elderly, and persons with disabilities to afford decent, safe, and sanitary housing in the private market.
Beavercreek advances past Fairborn
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BEAVERCREEK — Three pitches into the game and facing a 1-2 count, a bewildered Kyleigh Cook of Fairborn looked back at her bench from the plate and could only smile. Every softball being thrown by Beavercreek’s Haley Ferguson in the circle was coming in at over 60 mph. In the game a day earlier, no […] The post Beavercreek advances past...
County achievers honored by commissioners
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FAIRBORN — The Greene County Community Improvement Corporation and the Greene County Board of Commissioners welcomed a couple hundred guests to the Holiday Inn Dayton in Fairborn Friday for their annual report to the community. In addition to the E.J. Nutter Award and a general update, “Achiever” awards were given out. Vicki S. Giambrone of...
LeSourds receive E.J. Nutter Award
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FAIRBORN — Catherine and Richard LeSourd were the recipients of the prestigious E.J. Nutter Award Friday. But the Xenia residents credited everyone around them for making it possible. “We did so many different types of activities, so we involved a lot of different people through the years,” Catherine said after Greene County’s annual report...
Borondy commits to Toledo
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BELLBROOK — Seth Borondy plans to sign a letter of intent to play football at the University of Toledo this fall. The signing will be a part of a school-wide ceremony held at Bellbrook High School on Monday for its athletes committing to play at the next level. Borondy as a senior led the state […] The post Borondy commits to Toledo appeared...
Has it rained enough yet?
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XENIA — Heavy rain came on and off, before and during the showdowns between Fairborn and Xenia in baseball and softball on Thursday. Both games got started, but were suspended in the second and third innings. The softball teams were starting a potential two-game showdown with one another to determine the MVL Valley Division championship. […]...
Bellbrook baseball wins SWBL title
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BELLBROOK — A ground ball hopping off the mound went right to second base and ended an eight-year drought for Bellbrook baseball. The Golden Eagles clinched its first league title since 2014 with a 7-2 win against Waynesville on Wednesday at home. “I’m really excited for the guys,” head coach Jon Venters said. “We had […] The post...
Collision overshadows Xenia-Butler softball result
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XENIA — Hostilities rose during the Xenia softball home game on Monday against Butler. A collision at first base between Bucs’ junior Kynnydy Lewis and senior Jada McAvene after a pop out by Lewis turned into a small argument between Butler first baseman Ari Wade, Xenia players and umpires. Lewis ran into and knocked down […] The post...
Stutes promoted to Xenia police chief
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XENIA — Chris Stutes has been named Xenia police chief effective June 10. Currently a captain in the Xenia Police Division, the 26-year XPD veteran will take over for current Chief Randy Person, who announced his retirement last week. Stutes was one of several candidates considered, according to city officials. “Being offered the position of...
Cedarville wrapping restart season
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JAMESTOWN — The score during Thursday’s game was 6-0 in favor of Greeneview during the bottom of the fourth. For Cedarville, it was a milestone mark. The first time this season it did not trail by double digits runs after three. Programs wouldn’t typically want to celebrate such measures, but the moment is a sign […] The post Cedarville...
Big inning leads Bellbrook past Greeneview
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JAMESTOWN — One side likes to get outside of league competition every so often, and the other likes to step up against higher division opponents. Both got their wish on Wednesday when Bellbrook visited Greeneview in baseball non-conference action. Despite the 21-5 final score in favor of the Golden Eagles, there were happy thoughts all-around...
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