Wayne Baker

Clark County Reporter

Wayne Baker is a graduate of Yellow Springs High School and Central State University. He has worked in print media for several years covering news and sports.  Baker has coached youth basketball in the Yellow Springs school system and served on the Human Relations Commission.

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Election 2012
6:40 am
Wed November 7, 2012

Issue 25 Fails

Clark County voters did not approve Issue 25 yesterday. The Developmental Disabilities Board there was seeking approval of a new, 1.75 million, eight year levy. WYSO's Wayne Baker reports that the issue failed by more than 1,100 votes.

According to unofficial results with 100 percent of the precincts reporting, Issue 25 failed by a count of 51 to 49 percent. More than 30,000 voters were against the measure and 29,000 voted to approve it.

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Around the Miami Valley
3:57 pm
Thu November 1, 2012

Issue 25 a Must for Clark County Disabilities Board

Clark County Disabilities Board Superintendent Jennifer Rousculp

Clark County Voters will be asked to approve Issue 25 on November 6. The Developmental Disabilities Board is seeking approval of a new, 1.75-mill, eight year levy.

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Election 2012
9:20 pm
Sun October 28, 2012

VP Candidate Paul Ryan Speaks at Young's Dairy

Vice Presidential candidate Paul Ryan speaks before a crowd at Young's Dairy.
Credit Wayne Baker

Republican Vice Presidential candidate Paul Ryan made his way to the Miami Valley area over the weekend. The Wisconsin senator stopped just outside of Yellow Springs at Young's Jersey Dairy to speak.

Ryan's message to those who braved the cold and windy day centered on the economy, small business owners and foreign policy.

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Around the Miami Valley
6:00 pm
Thu October 25, 2012

Wilberforce University Officials Answer Student Concerns

Wilberforce University school officials met with students today to address their concerns about the school's alleged mismanagement.

More than three hundred of Wilberforce University's 510 students held a protest on Wednesday and threatened to withdraw from the university and transfer to Central State.

Students say the school is spending down its endowment while also letting the living conditions in the dorms decay.

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Education
3:04 pm
Mon October 15, 2012

Springfield Schools to Develop Bioscience Academy

Springfield City Schools have entered into a partnership with Clark State Community College, Wright State University and the Dayton Development Coalition to develop the state's first bioscience academy.

The academy will prepare students to compete for jobs in the agricultural science field.

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