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May 21, 2013
The New Face Of Wright Patt: What's Next? Yellow Springs, OH (2011-06-03) We wrap up our series "The New Face Of Wright Patt" looking at the big gains of the recent BRAC decision with a cautious eye toward the future. Goner are many of our manufacturing jobs, but the Miami Valley is staying true to its roots of aviation and innovation. WYSO's Emily McCord looks at how Wright Patt is writing a new chapter in our history.
The New Face of Wright-Patt: Part Four Dayton, OH (2011-06-02) "At first? Honestly? Heck no! I didn't think I'd move up here," says Elizabeth Escamilla, a molecular biologist.
The New Face of Wright-Patt: Partnerships in Higher Education Fairborn, OH (2011-06-01) June 1st marked the ribbon-cutting for the 711th Human Performance Wing that's coming to Wright Patterson Air Force Base as a result of BRAC. It brings new missions to the base and will strengthen existing ones, which means there's even more opportunity to strengthen historic partnerships between the base and Wright State University and keep student and faculty research in the Miami Valley well after graduation.
The New Face of Wright-Patt: BRAC's Economic Potential Dayton, OH (2011-05-31) Today we continue our series with a look at how businesses are competing for new business from BRAC and what that work could do for them, and the region.
Military Families Welcome Heroes Back Home Dayton. OH (2010-07-12) WPAFB Airmen return home from deployment to a heroes welcome.
Wilmington's Homegrown Hope Part 5 Yellow Springs, OH (2010-05-14) Wilmington's future remains uncertain. Even if the recession is showing signs of ending, the town still needs to provide jobs for the many unemployed living there. But there's hope for a green economy, and Energize Clinton County has been working towards that goal for over a year now. In the final piece of her series, Wilmington's Homegrown Hope, Emily McCord explores what this year has meant for the young men who started it all.
Wilmington's Homegrown Hope Part 4 Yellow Springs, OH (2010-05-13) The federal stimulus package provided at least $60 billion dollars to develop environmentally sustainable projects. There are state incentives as well. So, the idea behind Wilmington's Green Enterprise Zone was to prepare the town to take advantage of all the funding on offer. Emily McCord sat in on a community meeting, and as part of her series, Wilmington's Homegrown Hope, she reports on how the town is moving forward with going green.
Wilmington's Homegrown Hope Part 3 Yellow Springs, OH (2010-05-12) Clinton County has the highest unemployment rate in Ohio. A local agriculture program called Grow Food Grow Hope in Wilmington is helping during the worst economic crisis the town has seen since the Great Depression. Yesterday, WYSO's Emily McCord reported on how the program is feeding families as they learn how to garden for food. She continues her series "Wilmington's Homegrown Hope" at the local farmers market where selling produce and goods is more important than ever.
Wilmington's Homegrown Hope Part 1 Yellow Springs, OH (2010-05-10) The state of Ohio is awarding one million dollars in stimulus money to Wilmington to invest in energy efficient projects. The money comes as the town is at crossroads. It celebrates its bicentennial this year, but it's also reeling from devastating job loss in the wake of DHL leaving the town. Emily McCord first started reporting on Wilmington's transformation more than a year ago, and this week she brings us her series "Wilmington Homegrown Hope".
Wilmington's Homegrown Hope Part 2 Yellow Springs, OH (2010-05-11) Last year, Wilmington College received stimulus money from the Americorps Vista program to bring in volunteers for a project called "Grow Food Grow Hope". The goal is use local agriculture to help struggling families get food. Yesterday, as part of her series "Wilmington's Homegrown Hope", Emily McCord introduced us to Eric Guindon, who returned to his hometown to work on the project. Today, Emily follow Eric to the backyard of one family that needs a garden.
Mercy Manor Changes Lives Dayton, OH (2010-04-27) It's a house that looks like any other, but inside lives are being changed.
Americorps Dayton Dayton, OH (2010-04-20) A report on Americorps work taking place in Dayton Ohio
Dayton Tea Party at the Nutter Center Dayton, OH (2010-04-15) Tax Day, tea parties and the upswing of political involvement...
Doolittle Tokyo Raiders Reunion and Flyover Dayton, OH (2010-04-20) A B-25 Bomber flyover and a reunion of WWII heros.