Galloway Cabin and other Historic Homes in Xenia

August 21, 2013
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Galloway Cabin and other Historic Homes in Xenia

The Galloway cabin is one of the oldest structures in Greene County, Ohio—indeed, one of the oldest in the Miami Valley. The cabin was built around 1799, when James Galloway, Sr., brought his wife Rebecca and his five children (4 sons and 1 daughter, also named Rebecca) to Greene County from Kentucky. Over the...
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Kirk Herbstreit

July 23, 2013
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Centerville, Ohio, native Kirk Herbstreit, is an Emmy Award-winning color commentator for ESPN’s College GameDay and ABC Saturday Night Football. He made headlines recently as he renegotiated his contract with ESPN and will stay at the network for the next ten seasons. Also beginning in 2015, he will be in the booth for one...
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Sweet Treats

May 9, 2013
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Mother’s Day is this Sunday, May 12. Do you have anything special planned for Mom? If not, we thought perhaps you might be inspired by these photographs of delicious sweet treats, many of which were made with love locally. The photos depict Esther Price Candies, Springwater Sweets, Charlie’s Imported Foods, and others. If you’re...
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Miami Conservancy District

April 14, 2013
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The greatest legacy to come from the 1913 Flood was the funding and creation of a flood protection system that has, since 1922, protected the Miami Valley from suffering such a horrific disaster again: the Miami Conservancy District. Designed by a young engineer named Arthur Morgan, the Miami Conservancy District project consisted of several levees, 5 dams,...
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Remembering the 1913 Flood

April 11, 2013
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Over the past 100 years, the 1913 Flood has long been remembered—both in general and on special milestone anniversaries. Shortly after the event, a rallying cry of “Remember the promises made in the attic” prompted residents to recall the horrible flood and contribute to a project for flood prevention. (Evidence of that successful campaign can...
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