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WYSO Weekend
10:30 am
Mon September 19, 2011

WYSO Weekend: September 18, 2011

Full episode of WYSO Weekend for September 18, 2011 containing the following stories:

-Flyer Enterprise, the latest installment in the SOCHE Talks

-Downtown Dayton LGBT Film Festival Begins Friday by Liz Cambron

-Jerry Kenney previews Culturefest 2011 in Springfield.

-Poor Will's Almanack: September 13 - 19 by Bill Felker

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Around the Miami Valley
4:42 pm
Wed September 14, 2011

Clark County Arts Center Breathes New Life Into Springfield

Clark State Community College now has a home for its arts program. The Hollenbeck Bayley Creative Arts Center will also host other arts organizations in the community. It is part of the City of Springfield's plan to revitalize downtown. WYSO's Wayne Baker reports.

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Around the Miami Valley
4:35 pm
Wed August 10, 2011

War Dog Memorial Unveiled in Springfield

When Dave Bauer was serving in the Vietnam War, he worked alongside human and canine soldiers. When Bauer got injured on the battlefield, he became aware of the sacrifices of the war dogs.

"I was laying there in the hospital, and they were operating on me and when I looked over on the other gurney, they were operating on a dog," he says.

Bauer received a Purple Heart for his service and is now a Clark County Veterans Commissioner. In 2009 he began raising funds to construct the War Dog Memorial, which honors dogs who serve a in a variety of capacities.

 

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Business & Technology
5:30 pm
Mon August 8, 2011

Springfield-Beckley Airport Begins Air National Guard Construction Project

On Saturday officials gathered in Clark County for a ground-breaking ceremony at the Springfield-Beckley airport. It kicks off an 11.6 million dollar construction project that will benefit the Air National Guard Base housed at the airport. 

The project will result in a new administrative building and a training complex for the National Guard. It's being built by Tamsah Marker. The Bellefontaine-based company will also construct a warehouse facility and a parking lot to support the new complex.

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Business & Technology
4:45 pm
Mon July 11, 2011

Springfield Adding Retail Buildings for Redevelopment

Springfield is adding another piece to its citywide redevelopment plans, as city commissioners have approved turning five acres of green space into two 8,400 square foot restaurant and retail buildings.

Commissioners will allow the development to take place at the site of the former Roosevelt Middle school on North Limestone Street. The new development will be called the Limestone Center and will be built by PGI Development of Powell, Ohio.

PGI will also build two office buildings behind the restaurant and retail space, which will be a combined 30,000 square feet.

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