The Aim Media Midwest family of Greene County newspapers — the Xenia Daily Gazette, the Fairborn Daily Herald, and the Beavercreek News-Current weekly — proudly sponsored the fifth race during Thursday’s Aug. 3 final day of harness racing at the Greene County Fair. And yes, the Heavens opened up with a torrential downpour soon afterward. Completely a coincidence. Honest. Driver/trainer Joseph Wilson, of Columbus, drove Feisty Jim to the win.

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The Aim Media Midwest family of Greene County newspapers — the Xenia Daily Gazette, the Fairborn Daily Herald, and the Beavercreek News-Current weekly — proudly sponsored the fifth race during Thursday’s Aug. 3 final day of harness racing at the Greene County Fair. And yes, the Heavens opened up with a torrential downpour soon afterward. Completely a coincidence. Honest. Driver/trainer Joseph Wilson, of Columbus, drove Feisty Jim to the win.
http://www.fairborndailyherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/50/2017/08/web1_AIMMediaHarnessRaceWinner_PS.jpgThe Aim Media Midwest family of Greene County newspapers — the Xenia Daily Gazette, the Fairborn Daily Herald, and the Beavercreek News-Current weekly — proudly sponsored the fifth race during Thursday’s Aug. 3 final day of harness racing at the Greene County Fair. And yes, the Heavens opened up with a torrential downpour soon afterward. Completely a coincidence. Honest. Driver/trainer Joseph Wilson, of Columbus, drove Feisty Jim to the win. Submitted photo
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