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  • Arts & Culture
  • Conrad's Corner: August 31, 2014

    Janeal Ravndal reads Marian Schwilk-Thomas' poem, "Awakening."

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  • Commentary
  • What's Great in Dayton: August 29 - September 4, 2014

    The Montgomery County Fair is going on right now and will be here until 9:00pm on Monday. Check it out at montcofair.com.

    Tonight from 5-8pm., at the Garden Station, which is at 509 East 4th St in downtown Dayton, activists, visionaries, and volunteers in the greater Dayton area are coming together. David Cobb of the Move to Amend national team will share his message of “Creating Democracy and Challenging Corporate Rule.” Go into facebook for We the People Rally for Change

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  • The Economy & Business
  • Clark County Implements Two Economic Projects

    Clark County has implemented two economic improvement projects. City officials expect both projects to have a significant impact on tourism and business.

    The Greater Springfield Convention & Visitors Bureau unveiled a  new marketing brand for Clark County recently. "Find Your Unwind," is now the slogan attached to the city and county that will appear on social media, t-shirts, mugs and other merchandise.

    Chris Schutte, director of the CVB, believes the new brand will help Springfield compete better with areas like Columbus, Cleveland and Cincinnati.

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  • Around the Miami Valley
  • Hollywood Gaming At Dayton Raceway Opens

    Hollywood Gaming at Dayton Raceway opened Thursday to great fanfare.  The gaming facility features more than a thousand lottery terminals, five restaurants and lounges, and a 1930s-style décor. Even before opening, the gaming facility has been a boost to the Dayton economy.

    Penn National Gaming Inc., says 90% of the employees working there have been hired from the Miami Valley. Mayor Nan Whaley called the North Dayton gaming facility a welcome addition to the city.

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  • Around the Miami Valley
  • Clark County To Host The Fair At New Boston This Weekend

    Clark County will take a step back in time this weekend with the 31st annual Fair at New Boston. Katie Wright is co-fair master this year. She feels the event paints a picture of what life was like 200 years ago when Ohio was transitioning from a territory to a state.

    "The Fair at New Boston is a highly respected living history reenactment that focuses on a federal time period, 1790 -1810. And it's a civilian trades fair, which is sort of a rare thing in living history events because most are focused around a battle or some major history event and ours is not," Wright said.

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