Retired Fairborn City Schools nurse Norma Nikkola receives high honor
Weimer VP of emergency and trauma services
B-W, FAA host annual art show
Village Artisans hosting annual Art on the Lawn
Soin presents Sounds of Summer
- Retired Fairborn City Schools nurse Norma Nikkola receives high honor - 4:43 pm
- Weimer VP of emergency and trauma services - 4:43 pm
- B-W, FAA host annual art show - 4:43 pm
- Village Artisans hosting annual Art on the Lawn - 4:38 pm
- Soin presents Sounds of Summer - 4:38 pm updated: 4:40 pm.
- Helping others one ‘hook’ at a time - 4:37 pm
- Registration still open for AF Marathon - 4:37 pm
- Kids at play - 9:51 am updated: 9:58 am.
- Wright State University President Dr. Cheryl Schrader looking forward to future of institution - 9:48 am
- Wright State University President Dr. Cheryl Schrader looking forward to future of institution - 9:47 am
- Fairborn council approves Burger King to go up after Flying Tiger closes - 4:48 pm
- Run for the Fallen registration open - 4:48 pm
- Annual Fairborn 5K set for Saturday, July 22 - 4:26 pm
- Schrader meets with SCC, UD leaders - 4:26 pm
- Fairborn man donates blood for 500 time - 4:26 pm
- WSU cheer squad has Xenia flavor - 4:24 pm
- Clinton swine flu no danger to Greene - 2:00 pm
- Schrader delivers first campus address - 12:00 pm
- KHN hospitals recognized for outstanding patient care - 5:00 pm
- Veteran-friendly job fair coming - 4:00 pm
- WSU awarded for Tunnel of Oppression - 2:00 pm
- The best laid plans of mice and men - 2:00 pm
- ECHS gearing up for Apple Butter Festival - 12:00 pm
- WPAFB seeking event volunteers - 9:00 am
- Light poles to be replaced - 4:16 pm updated: 11:01 am.
Wright State University President Dr. Cheryl Schrader looking forward to future of institution
FAIRBORN — Dr. Cheryl Shrader was at home one Friday evening when Wright State University Board of Trustees officials rang her phone to let her ...
Fairborn council approves Burger King to go up after Flying Tiger closes
FAIRBORN — The long-time Flying Tiger restaurant will soon close its doors and be demolished. However, the lot will not sit empty as Fairborn Ci...
Run for the Fallen registration open
WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE — Volunteers are still needed as the Wright-Patterson Air Force Base community continues to honor those who peri...
Annual Fairborn 5K set for Saturday, July 22
FAIRBORN — Fairborn citizens will have the opportunity to run and sweat this weekend — while benefiting their own community — at the...
Schrader meets with SCC, UD leaders
FAIRBORN — During her second week as president of Wright State University, Dr. Cheryl Schrader met with her counterparts at Sinclair Community C...
Fairborn man donates blood for 500 time
FAIRBORN – Fairborn donor and retired US Air Force Captain Larry Lapuh has logged many miles as a marathon runner and a Donor for Life. Giving b...
Club offering summer rowing campsDAYTON — The Dayton Boat Club will be holding a second introduction to rowing camp this summer for youth in Gra...
A BSA Celtic U12 soccer player looks to pass around a pair of teammates, during a practice session July 13 at Rotary Park in Beavercreek.Head coach Ab...
Norman enjoys red carpet at 2017 ESPY Awards
Cedarville University student-athlete Grace Norman poses on the red carpet prior to the 2017 ESPY Awards show, July 12, in Los Angeles. Norman, a belo...
XCS opens Xenia track and field facility
XENIA — Those days of borrowing other school’s facilities are long gone. Xenia Community Schools and Xenia High School now has one of the ...
Week Three of WGC’s Jr. Golf LeagueXENIA — Fifteen junior golfers toured the front nine holes in Wednesday’s WGC Junior Golf League....
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Jinks graduated from basic
SAN ANTONIO, Texas — US Air Force Airman 1st Class Torey L. Jinks graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San...
Murrells celebrate 60 years
XENIA — Jerald and Janet (Garringer) Murrell celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary June 8.The couple was married in 1957 at the Bowersville ...
Small business marketing 101: Part 4
Now that you know who your customers are and know your story, we are ready to craft the message.In a world of volume, noise, and distractions, make yo...
The pink lunchbox saga brings back memories
I’ve always dreamt of being a schoolteacher. As a little girl I imagined what it would be like to teach the lower graders, watching them learn t...
Shootin’ southern style
Perhaps it is a sign of aging but it seems I like old things - old dogs, old cars and in this case old shotguns. Nostalgia for the way things used to ...
Once again, Trump at his best abroad
President Donald Trump’s just-concluded foreign trip was remarkable for what it confirmed about the controversial and complex 71-year-old rookie...
Voter fraud panel: A solution looking for a problem
It is hard to be rebuffed more soundly than President Trump’s “election integrity” commission — or, as he called it, the ̶...
Gard’s fate shouldn’t be decided by the state
Charlie Gard’s parents are doing the wrong thing — and I’d probably do it too. Charlie Gard, if you haven’t heard, is the 11-m...
Miami Academy of Music
In the spring of 1870, the Franklin Academy of Music began holding classes in Franklin County, but before the first year ended, it was determined that...
Remembering Carrie Dodds Geyer
XENIA — Carrie Dodds Geyer was born in 1867 in Xenia, attended Xenia High School and Ohio Wesleyan University. When her husband George died in 1...
The state is not God
Anyone looking for another reason not to leave life-and-death issues to the state need look no further than the conflict between the British governmen...