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When Sgt. Jerod Keyes steers his Dodge Charger onto North Dixie Drive, he knows two things: He will find drivers who are drunk and drivers who will lie to him about how much they’ve been drinking.
President Obama’s executive order to shield up to five million undocumented immigrants from deportation unleashed reactions ranging from bitter to joyful Friday, as Dayton-area observers came to grips with the president’s televised announcement.
A man posted signs outside his home in Fairborn accusing his neighbor of shooting his pet dog.The neighbor tells us it was self-defense against an animal they called police about multiple times.
Signs are posted outside a Frahn Avenue home in Fairborn accusing a resident of murdering a family dog, but the shooter’s husband said his wife acted in self-defense.
Tickets are now on sale for the 36th Annual Prayer Breakfast scheduled for Wednesday, Nov. 26, at the Fairborn Senior Center, 325 N.
A man posted signs outside his home in Fairborn accusing his neighbor of shooting his pet dog.The neighbor tells us it was self-defense against an animal that they called police about multiple times.
Teleperformance and Feed the Children are providing 400 Fairborn-area families with food and essentials on Monday.
Jeremy P. Cox is a young and seemingly healthy Afghanistan war veteran, but Monday he wanted to know how he could obtain medical care from the Dayton VA Medical Center when he needs it.
A two-vehicle accident Monday afternoon described as a fender-bender left one of them in the front yard of a home.
The first serious snow of the season will be followed today by the first serious cold, an Arctic blast expected to do motorists no favors and to push wind chills below zero.
Division IPlayer of the Year: Lexie Ulrich (Beavercreek).Coach of the Year: Jim Gobrail (Centerville).
Division I Player of the Year: Tristan Lyle (Beavercreek). Coach of the Year: Steve Doring (Vandalia).
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) - The 2014 Associated Press Southwest All-District football teams, as selected by a media panel from the district: DIVISION I First Team Offense Ends – D.
Division I1. Centerville (10-0): beat Wayne 19-14.2. Wayne (9-1): lost 19-14 to Centerville.3. Springboro (9-1): beat Lebanon 27-6.
As expected, Tippecanoe and Stebbins high schools will leave the Central Buckeye Conference and join the Greater Western Ohio Conference in the fall of 2016.
GWOC Central Centerville 19, Wayne 14: Kevin Smith had two of the Elks’ five interceptions in the game.
This past Football Friday Night was also Halloween and that got Teri Hobbs — soon to be taking the field at Sidney Memorial Stadium in a dark cap, black-and-white striped shirt and dark pants with a white stripe down the side — thinking about another trick-or-treat type conversation where someone was trying to guess who was beneath the costume: “Last year our officiating crew walked out onto the field before a varsity game and this one coach comes hustling over to me and says ‘hi’ and says he’s so-and-so.
Division I 1. Wayne (9-0): beat Beavercreek 45-7; at Centerville (9-0). 2. Centerville (9-0): beat Springfield 50-20; hosts Wayne (9-0).
Friday, Oct. 31GWOC CentralBeavercreek at Fairmont, 7 p.m.Springfield at Northmont, 7 p.m.Wayne at Centerville, 7 p.
The Greater Western Ohio Conference, made up of the area’s Division I schools, could soon add two more members.