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Air Force Marathon Prices to Increase April 2

WPAFB, OH – If you’re planning on running in the Air Force Marathon this September, time is running out to register. Not only does the price increase on April 2, there is a chance the event will sell out by then. > Read More

District Names High School Campus After General

The Beavercreek School District recently paid tribute to one of its most distinguished graduates by dedicating its high school campus in honor of General Janet C. (Libby) Wolfenbarger, head of the Air Force Materiel Command and the U.S. Air Force’s first female four-star general.

WPAFB Freedom’s Call Tattoo Cancelled

WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE, OH – Freedom’s Call Tattoo, scheduled for June 28, has been cancelled due to funding limitations associated with the federal budget sequestration, base officials announced March 14, 2013. > Read More

March Snowfall Blankets Beavercreek

The snow held off all day, but when it arrived it came down fast. After a day of mixed weather filled with rain and sleet, a wave of snow hit in the evening hours blanketing Beavercreek and the Miami Valley. A worker at Kroger was heard to say, “I looked out and it was normal, then I looked back and it was all white!” While it didn’t come down quite that fast, it did acumulate quickly. > Read More

Understanding Sequestration and How Furloughs Work

With sequestration going into effect, many people have questions about what sequestration is and how do federal furloughs work. The US Office of Personnel Management (OPM) recently published information explaining these concepts for federal employees. Included here are some highlights. For a link to the full information from the OPM see the end of this article. > Read More