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Ohio, Michigan governors place friendly wager on The Game


COLUMBUS, — Ohio Governor Mike DeWine and Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer placed a friendly wager ahead of the rivalry football game between The Ohio State University and the University of Michigan, commonly referred to as “The Game.”

Trebein/Valley construction moves to next stage


XENIA — The intersection of U.S. 35 and Valley/Trebein Roads is moving into the next phase of work beginning on Monday.

Free meal events found in Greene County for Thanksgiving


GREENE COUNTY — Greene County will be home to numerous free community meal events Thursday as local businesses and organizations to give thanks and provide food to those in need during the Thanksgiving holiday.

Unofficial final: Morrison, Taylor win Beavercreek City Schools Board of Education election


BEAVERCREEK — Dennis Morrison and incumbent Gene Taylor won the race for the two seats on the Beavercreek City Schools Board of Education.

‘Cabaret’ coming to Wright State


FAIRBORN — Wright State Theatre will present classic Broadway hit “Cabaret” in the Festival Playhouse for 11 performances through Nov. 19.

WPCU sunshine fund awards $165,000


BEAVERCREEK — The WPCU Sunshine Community Fund — the giving arm of Wright-Patt Credit Union – awarded $165,000 in InspiRAYtion Grants to 12 nonprofit organizations during the second grant funding cycle of 2023.

Sundays often full of blessings


I love Sundays; they bring their own sense of relaxation. Sundays at our house are set aside for more time with God and each other as a family. In a sense it’s much like a mini vacation; it gives us a breath of fresh air and rejuvenation for the week ahead. Isn’t it amazing that even God rested after six days of work? His example, coupled with teachings in the Scripture, gives us a day off with no feelings of guilt about all the work waiting for us.

Two seeking to become mayor


BEAVERCREEK — There are two candidates on the ballot this year hoping to secure election as the new Beavercreek mayor.

Beavercreek city council to fill three seats


By Ethan Charles

Comedian Bert Kreischer coming to Nutter Center


FAIRBORN — Renowned comedian, podcast host, actor and author Bert Kreischer is extending his Tops Off World Tour to an additional 34 cities across the U.S., kicking off in January. Following an incredibly successful global stint throughout 2023, where Kreischer brought his shirtless antics everywhere from an impressive four sold out shows at the Mullett Arena in Tempe to a sold out TD Garden in Boston, Kreischer insisted on keeping the party going.


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