Writer supports Geyer for Commissioner

Ron Geyer’s total commitment is to Greene County. He will serve his full 4-year term as a Greene County Commissioner.As a fifth generation nativ...

February 27th, 2020 |  


‘An awful lot of cheese’

‘An awful lot of cheese’

My husband, Peter, likes buying in bulk.Peter hates paying shipping fees. He never wants to run out of anything and he loves a bargain. This is why we...

February 27th, 2020 |  


Growing up in the east end of Xenia

Growing up in the east end of Xenia

Black History Month is winding down and I am confident that there are certain citizens who will find that a relief. Always having been fairly fascinat...

February 27th, 2020 |  



Greene County Public Health during the 1930s

Greene County Public Health during the 1930s

The 1930s were filled with lots of changes and growth for the health district. During this time, the health district adopted a budget of $5,255. Healt...

February 26th, 2020 |  


Writer opposes Cedar Cliff levy renewal

I would like to tell you why I oppose Issue 8, a renewal tax levy for Cedar Cliff Local Schools. The school district had another renewal on the ballot...

February 25th, 2020 |  


Our topsy-turvy society

Our topsy-turvy society

It seems to me that we are living in an increasingly topsy-turvy society. By that I mean that almost weekly if not daily some event is reported that i...

February 25th, 2020 |  


‘Crankshaft’ joins the comics page

‘Crankshaft’ joins the comics page

If you like your newspaper’s comic strips locally sourced along with your produce, you’re in luck.Starting this week, the Xenia Daily Gaze...

February 25th, 2020 |  


The Cotillion

The Cotillion

Many years have passed since the first cotillion was offered for young women in the area. Many will remember the event as one of the most lavish and d...

February 21st, 2020 |  


A few political comments

A few political comments

As members of my family and I were discussing politics this weekend, my son Lance said, “I had never considered that.”His statement was in...

February 21st, 2020 |  


Port Xenia

Port Xenia

Logically, Greene County should be called the “birthplace of aviation.” The Wright brothers lived and worked in Dayton, made their first f...

February 14th, 2020 |