Dayton International Airport loses site visitors to Cincinnati, Columbus, and Many Others

 

“We are leaking about 45% of our traffic,” he said. “We need to start pulling that back.”

The airport plans to pursue a $500,000 U.S. Department of Transportation grant to more aggressively market the facility. The grant would need a 25% community match.

Flying local is an investment in the community and the local airport, Lovell said, because it keeps dollars close to home and more passenger traffic will result in additional air service.

The airport has some major advantages over its competition that advertising efforts will be able to highlight, according to the consultant and local leaders.

The Dayton International Airport’s air service. CONTRIBUTED

Time is money, and the airport is incredibly convenient, especially to the regional business community, said Chris Kershner, president of the Dayton Area Chamber of Commerce, which represents more than 2,300 businesses across 10 counties.

Many people live 20 minutes or less from the airport, Kershner said, and travelers can park close and get through check-in and security and arrive at their gates within about 15 minutes.

Other airports are a long drive away, and parking and getting through ticketing and takes far more time, he said.

“I can tell you that this airport is absolutely a business concierge airport,” Kershner said. “It is a strategic asset.”

People wait in line at the Allegiant gate at the Dayton airport Monday Dec. 7, 2020.

People wait in line at the Allegiant gate at the Dayton airport Monday Dec. 7, 2020.

Credit: JIM NOELKER

Credit: JIM NOELKER

The airport’s community partners, including the chamber, plan to apply for JobsOhio grant money that can provide up to $1 million to airlines that offer new commercial service or restore routes that were eliminated due to COVID-19, said Turner, Dayton’s director of aviation.

The Dayton airport wants to add new service, like it did this year with seasonal flights to Miami and Destin-Fort Walton Beach, Florida.

Officials are targeting Boston and Los Angeles as potential new destinations.

Dayton International Airport has seen a 60% decline in passenger traffic through TSA. CONTRIBUTED

Dayton International Airport has seen a 60% decline in passenger traffic through TSA. CONTRIBUTED

The JobsOhio commercial air service restoration program provides guaranteed revenue to airlines, which makes it more attractive and less risky to launch new service, officials said.

The program has about $10 million annually to distribute, and JobsOhio says it will provide six to 12 months of funding support for air service in markets where airlines have cancelled or plan to cancel services.

In the short term, the Dayton airport is focused on increasing capacity. Before the outbreak, the airport had about 50 to 55 daily departures. Right now, it has about 23 to 28 daily departures.

Long term, the airport wants new strategic business destinations and to diversify its mix of carriers.

Lovell said the airport hopes air service to LaGuardia (New York) and Minneapolis will be restored soon and flights to Denver will resume in the spring.

Shoe shiner, Michael Johnson, has been working at the Dayton International Airport for 36 years .

Shoe shiner, Michael Johnson, has been working at the Dayton International Airport for 36 years .”I’ll be glad when the COVID goes away, Johnson said.”

Credit: JIM NOELKER

Credit: JIM NOELKER

Wright-Patterson Air Force Base is the airport’s largest business travel partner, with about 160,000 outbound passengers, Lovell said. But it’s possible that some or all of about 30,000 outbound passengers at the Cincinnati airport come from the air force base, he said.

If people from the base are flying out of Cincinnati, local officials said they would like to figure out how to get them to fly out of Dayton instead.

Airport officials said they will work with the base to identify in-demand travel destinations and see if the airlines can offer service to meet the base’s needs.

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It is with great sadness that we must inform you of the passing of one of our own Xenia Fire Division Family, FF/PM…

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‼️ BREAKING NEWS ‼️ rnLate this afternoon, we received notice that we have the approval of the state to accept ages 16+…

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We welcome with open arms anyone who would like to receive their vaccine to do so at Dayton Children’s.””},{“_id”:”IIACBH457ZAULPIFRDGSF4HMDM”,”additional_properties”:{“comments”:[],”_id”:”YE6DCXCEPRBEJNX23WHRSMXMD4″},”type”:”interstitial_link”,”content”:”Day all public health orders will be lifted in sight, but COVID variants a concern, DeWine says”,”url”:”https://www.daytondailynews.com/local/coronavirus-dewine-to-discuss-ohios-road-to-recovery-today/UD5NP4DUDFE3PJAE2GTLXYBWMQ/”},{“_id”:”L6BW4PZURVBJVGUC6QCBQGHUQI”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1616189005667},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Anyone eligible for the vaccine will be able to register for an appointment by visiting https://gettheshot.coronavirus.ohio.gov/ and selecting Dayton Children’s as their preferred provider.”},{“_id”:”IZ4S7VGMZBDN3KOERBZ5NWNARI”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1616189005668},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Currently, Ohioans ages 40 and older and other with cancer, chronic kidney disease, heart disease, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and obesity are able to be vaccinated. 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If you do go, here’s some ways to reduce the risk”,”url”:”https://www.daytondailynews.com/local/spring-break-travel-discouraged-if-you-do-go-heres-some-ways-to-reduce-the-risk/QUSNIZJLGNB4VBYLJK5CXIJS4U/”},{“_id”:”7TQQ3XNGI5HHTI3L4M7K56XXFM”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1616189005670},”type”:”text”,”content”:”“We especially welcome our younger population of teenagers and young adults to Dayton Children’s to receive their vaccine,” said Mezoff. “We encourage this group to lead the way among their peers and join the many Americans who have already been vaccinated.””},{“_id”:”IX42DU55YFC7BK5W5JF7WJD7ZE”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1616189005671},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Gov. Mike DeWine announced earlier this week that any vaccine providers with open appointments can expand eligibility to ages 16 and older. 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Sheriff Rob Streck today announced that the Montgomery County Regional Dispatch Center will be participating in the…

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PHOTOS: Devastating images from the Dayton flood of 1913

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The Great Dayton Flood of 1913 was a regional event and still ranks as Ohio’s worst natural disaster, with 467 deaths statewide.”},{“_id”:”XSE4QJIISFGIHLS5QDNU5BMF34″,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1616444048747},”type”:”text”,”content”:”No way to keep up. The storm began with 58 mph wind gusts on March 21, 1913. Two days later, Easter Sunday, the rain began dumping 8 to 11 inches over a five-day period. Two days later, with the Great Miami River rising nearly two feet an hour, the levees failed.”},{“_id”:”6NXXRBXQFVBAFBJQDXXUYSX46U”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1616444048748},”type”:”text”,”content”:”» READ MORE: Dispatches describe ruin of the 1913 flood”},{“owner”:{“id”:”coxohio”},”workflow”:{“status_code”:4},”caption”:” Third Street in downtown Dayton during the Great Dayton Flood of 1913. At the time the street featured a hotel, a menswear store, a florist and the Arcade building (just before the “bowling” sign in the photo) among other buildings.”,”source”:{“system”:”Methode”,”name”:”DaytonDailyNews”,”source_type”:”other”,”source_id”:”ec7f7c49-d29b-456e-937e-048ce07a54ce”,”additional_properties”:{“editor”:”photo center”}},”type”:”image”,”distributor”:{“mode”:”reference”,”reference_id”:”9d7d8be5-ee4c-4602-a8f1-e911b2d4234a”},”version”:”0.10.3″,”url”:”https://cloudfront-us-east-1.images.arcpublishing.com/coxohio/MRHIZL26LPGF6KADXAWOFXXLHA.jpg”,”licensable”:false,”display_date”:”2014-12-11T17:03:00Z”,”credits”:{“by”:[{“referent”:{“id”:”ty-greenlees”,”type”:”author”},”type”:”reference”}]},”subtitle”:”Then: Downtown Dayton”,”width”:2000,”first_publish_date”:”2014-12-11T17:03:00Z”,”_id”:”MRHIZL26LPGF6KADXAWOFXXLHA”,”additional_properties”:{“fullSizeResizeUrl”:”/resizer/uqG36RccSw1Jcc9r_6c1S8ieJXM=/arc-anglerfish-arc2-prod-coxohio/public/MRHIZL26LPGF6KADXAWOFXXLHA.jpg”,”comments”:[],”proxyUrl”:”/resizer/uqG36RccSw1Jcc9r_6c1S8ieJXM=/arc-anglerfish-arc2-prod-coxohio/public/MRHIZL26LPGF6KADXAWOFXXLHA.jpg”,”takenOn”:”2014-12-11T17:03:00Z”,”originalUrl”:”https://cloudfront-us-east-1.images.arcpublishing.com/coxohio/MRHIZL26LPGF6KADXAWOFXXLHA.jpg”,”published”:true,”resizeUrl”:”/resizer/uqG36RccSw1Jcc9r_6c1S8ieJXM=/arc-anglerfish-arc2-prod-coxohio/public/MRHIZL26LPGF6KADXAWOFXXLHA.jpg”,”thumbnailResizeUrl”:”/resizer/oChy_XU7tpG1azCMbWWJ3uVMeeA=/300×0/arc-anglerfish-arc2-prod-coxohio/public/MRHIZL26LPGF6KADXAWOFXXLHA.jpg”,”version”:0,”originalName”:”https://www.daytondailynews.com//rw/Pub/p5/DaytonDailyNews/2014/12/11/Images/photos.medleyphoto.6526429.JPG”,”mime_type”:”image/jpeg”,”restricted”:false,”galleries”:[{“headlines”:{“basic”:”Then & Now: Looking back in Dayton, 2014″},”_id”:”RCG4MRB5SPKNNS2WSRI2V6QOTM”}],”_id”:1616444048749},”created_date”:”2020-07-04T07:09:24Z”,”last_updated_date”:”2020-07-04T07:09:24Z”,”publish_date”:”2014-12-11T17:09:41Z”,”height”:1288},{“_id”:”PPPFK65YJBEZDIZMXDJ3JBJBQI”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1616444048750},”type”:”text”,”content”:”A bustling city. In 1913, Dayton had 117,000 residents, making it the 43rd-largest city in the nation. It had endured 10 major floods, rebuilt the earthen levees each time and seemed to regard occasional flooding as the price of prosperity.”},{“_id”:”PV4GUKQQ5NEILF4F524HCCC7X4″,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1616444048751},”type”:”text”,”content”:”» RELATED: 100 years later: Dayton forever changed by the Great Flood of 1913″},{“_id”:”WHM7QK7AS5E57KFKDYEYYERMHY”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1616444048752},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Water, water everywhere. The levees couldn’t withstand the sheer volume of water from the Great Miami and its tributaries — 250,000 cubic feet of water per second through a channel with a capacity for 25,000 cubic feet. The amount of water that passed through the river channel in Dayton equaled the amount of water that flows over Niagara Falls in a four-day period.”},{“owner”:{“id”:”coxohio”},”workflow”:{“status_code”:4},”caption”:”This bridge over the Mad River near Springfield was damaged during the March 1913 flood that devastated the Miami Valley. 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The exact number of deaths in Dayton is uncertain. The official coroner’s report listed only 92, but some bodies were never recovered. The National Weather Service estimates the true number at somewhere between 98 and 123.”},{“_id”:”OK4JFGIEC5GBTGJH2MPKOEHN64″,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1616444048756},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Many without homes. The storm displaced 65,000 from their homes. Property damage reached $100 million in 1913 dollars ($2 billion in today’s economy), and more than 1,000 homes were destroyed.”},{“_id”:”SQCTN6ZODFDIXEZPTEHBBI5KXE”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1616444048757},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Floating south. The Barney & Smith Car Company shops were filled with 14 feet of water. Teak and mahogany, used to make the railroad cars, was found as far downriver as New Orleans.”},{“owner”:{“id”:”coxohio”},”workflow”:{“status_code”:4},”caption”:”This an many other photographs were passed down to Robert Ferneding,  a survivor of the 1913 flood in Dayton. He was eight months old when his mother heroically rescued him when their rescue boat capsized. All the other passengers died. 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The Dayton Library lost 46,000 volumes, virtually all of Dayton Power and Light Company’s overhead transmission and distribution lines were destroyed downtown and Newsalt’s jewelry store lost its inventory after entire jewelry cases smashed through store windows.”},{“_id”:”UMEUQH2IERCXNFQJIUU3KAHSJA”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1616444048761},”type”:”text”,”content”:”A massive cleanup. The report from the Dayton Sanitation Department for the month after the flood tells the story: 133,600 wagon loads of debris removed; 13,991 houses and cellars cleaned and disinfected; 1,420 dead horses and 2,000 other dead animals removed.”},{“owner”:{“id”:”coxohio”},”workflow”:{“status_code”:4},”caption”:”Men walk along phone wires to escape the flood water in 1913.”,”source”:{“system”:”Methode”,”source_type”:”other”,”source_id”:”aadec6e0-c5e2-4464-a9b9-77922b3e75c8″,”additional_properties”:{“editor”:”photo center”}},”type”:”image”,”distributor”:{“mode”:”reference”,”reference_id”:”9d7d8be5-ee4c-4602-a8f1-e911b2d4234a”},”version”:”0.10.3″,”url”:”https://cloudfront-us-east-1.images.arcpublishing.com/coxohio/SM2VENKTPZ7LBOB2O3HVXGV22U.jpg”,”licensable”:false,”display_date”:”2012-09-30T19:19:54Z”,”credits”:{“by”:[{“name”:”Dayton Daily News archive”,”type”:”author”,”byline”:”Dayton Daily News archive”,”slug”:”dayton-daily-news-archive”}]},”subtitle”:”Flood of 1913″,”width”:1600,”first_publish_date”:”2012-09-30T19:19:54Z”,”_id”:”SM2VENKTPZ7LBOB2O3HVXGV22U”,”additional_properties”:{“fullSizeResizeUrl”:”/resizer/1kK2r1qtbD7O1UTCcjL9_jEwIZA=/arc-anglerfish-arc2-prod-coxohio/public/SM2VENKTPZ7LBOB2O3HVXGV22U.jpg”,”comments”:[],”proxyUrl”:”/resizer/1kK2r1qtbD7O1UTCcjL9_jEwIZA=/arc-anglerfish-arc2-prod-coxohio/public/SM2VENKTPZ7LBOB2O3HVXGV22U.jpg”,”takenOn”:”2012-09-30T19:19:54Z”,”originalUrl”:”https://cloudfront-us-east-1.images.arcpublishing.com/coxohio/SM2VENKTPZ7LBOB2O3HVXGV22U.jpg”,”published”:true,”resizeUrl”:”/resizer/1kK2r1qtbD7O1UTCcjL9_jEwIZA=/arc-anglerfish-arc2-prod-coxohio/public/SM2VENKTPZ7LBOB2O3HVXGV22U.jpg”,”thumbnailResizeUrl”:”/resizer/CjIWzftAKEyVsnfLIA6fpjA3z6s=/300×0/arc-anglerfish-arc2-prod-coxohio/public/SM2VENKTPZ7LBOB2O3HVXGV22U.jpg”,”version”:0,”originalName”:”https://www.daytondailynews.com//rw/Pub/p3/DaytonDailyNews/2012/09/30/Images/photos.medleyphoto.2738157.JPG”,”mime_type”:”image/jpeg”,”restricted”:false,”galleries”:[{“headlines”:{“basic”:”PHOTOS: The Flood of 1913″},”_id”:”DR2L3SE6QAXJWLUYVIRWPZDHJI”},{“headlines”:{“basic”:”PHOTOS: Devastating images from the Dayton flood of 1913″},”_id”:”WK63IWSVBA4ZF2P46MMDACWXUY”}],”_id”:1616444048762},”created_date”:”2020-06-30T13:12:53Z”,”last_updated_date”:”2020-06-30T13:12:53Z”,”publish_date”:”2012-09-30T19:48:41Z”,”height”:2357},{“_id”:”PEXZNTPJUNBM5A6IRT2A35X6RI”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1616444048763},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Hamburger wagon begins. Businesses took shape because of the flood, the Miamisburg Hamburger Wagon, still operating today, was born as a result of it. The flood dumped 11 feet of water on the city and claimed six lives. Sherman “Cocky” Porter started making burgers in a skillet to feed the homeless and hungry during the long weeks of the refugee crisis.”},{“_id”:”6V42NGIH6VC57CMH3MJXTSGHIY”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1616444048764},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Boat building. John H. Patterson, president of the National Cash Register Company, converted his 10-story factory building to a relief station and a construction site for rescue boats. More than 10,000 men, women, and children were rescued by the boats.”},{“_id”:”23PFQR7SZBCJDPL25BI7PWOQXQ”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1616444048766},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Shelter from the storm. Many of the rescued stayed at the NCR factory, which served 2,750 meals daily, or in a tent city built by the National Guard on NCR property. Others were housed and fed in school buildings or private homes. More than 800 people found shelter and food from the Marianists at St. Mary’s College, the school that later became the University of Dayton.”},{“_id”:”5FG63DUBZNB3XGF6AUO45BAQYQ”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1616444048767},”type”:”text”,”content”:”State of emergency. Ohio Gov. James M. Cox of Dayton declared a state of emergency. 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Availability changes day-to-day and almost all require appointments in advance.”},{“_id”:”PYEZAM2EQNEWLGM3DDILS4E2RI”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1611688260009},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Local vaccine clinics”},{“_id”:”G3AOQKESJRF3DLYJWBSN575SSQ”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1611688260010},”type”:”text”,”content”:”For a while you should expect that appointments at local vaccine sites will book up fast because of limited supply.”},{“_id”:”NBEQZXG4TJCUDORG26I7LESBH4″,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1611688260011},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Depending on the location, some are letting eligible people register for future appointments or for alerts, while others aren’t taking new appointments until their next shipment arrives and don’t have a waitlist. More supply will arrive each week and more appointments will open as more vaccines are distributed.”},{“_id”:”67UFD7VO4RCP7PFCKQ2QIKU26U”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1612478706823},”type”:”text”,”content”:”If you signed up for multiple waitlists, please cancel other requests after you secure an appointment with a provider. 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Eligible Ohioans can schedule appointments through the website or they can call (937) 276-4141 seven days a week between 8:30 a.m. and 5 p.m.”},{“_id”:”FANZLJ6YRJAT3EVHZXJDMIP2IE”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[]},”block_properties”:{},”type”:”text”,”content”:”CVS: Pharmacy: Schedule an appointment at cvs.com/immunizations/covid-19-vaccine or call your local pharmacy.”},{“_id”:”HRQHVF5N4NBU5IWKTYX6FKB7UM”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[]},”block_properties”:{},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Discount Drug Mart: Register for an appointment at discount-drugmart.com or call your local pharmacy. All 75 Discount Drug Mart locations were approved for vaccine distribution.”},{“_id”:”EFGCTEWGHRHDLMW2YS664UZBXI”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[]},”block_properties”:{},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Kroger Pharmacy: Schedule an appointment at some pharmacies at kroger.com/ohiocovidvaccine or by calling 866-211-5620.”},{“_id”:”HRQHVF5N4NBU5IWKTYX6FKB7UM”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[]},”block_properties”:{},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Meijer Pharmacy: Complete registration online at clinic.meijer.com, text COVID to 75049 or call your local Meijer Pharmacy. 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He did some research and found more information about the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) funding for job training through the OhioMeansJobs office in Montgomery County.”},{“_id”:”73E2VAV5QFCPZM6J67HAM5IQ5M”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1616588873109},”type”:”text”,”content”:”High-demand careers supported by WIOA include construction trades, such as electrician, plumber, carpenter, and roofer, as well as machinist, welder, network/computer support, and truck driver.”},{“_id”:”TQYUAKECJRC2VA2JNRMJYZTTSA”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1616588873110},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Black used the funding to get a Commercial Driver’s License (CDL) through Clark State Community College’s truck driver program. “After I first made contact, it was a couple of weeks, and I was already set up,” he said. “I didn’t hesitate. I realized I had a good opportunity.””},{“_id”:”ROYR6ETEFVCVZDF5IZUEBULTE4″,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1616588873111},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Now, Black is working with his uncle and getting to see the entire process of running a trucking company– from the driving to dispatch, accounting, and billing. He sees his transition as fueling a future of financial independence.”},{“_id”:”T2USASVEXRDFVFSBKN2DFVRKMY”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1616588873112},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Franceska Armstrong was also inspired by family to start a new career path. After being laid off from her job at a robotics company, Armstrong decided to follow her father’s footsteps and work toward a welding career. Her first step took her to Hobart Welding School in Troy to get her welding certification.”},{“_id”:”7OWUB3T2YZDS3PQEARBERS34ZE”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1616588873113},”type”:”text”,”content”:”“I asked how I could get into school and, at the time, I didn’t have any money,” she said. Hobart Welding School referred her to the County’s Workforce Development division, and because of the demand for welders and the fact Armstrong was laid off, she qualified for a grant through WIOA. It paid for her to attend and graduate from welding school. To get admitted to the school though, she needed to pass an entrance exam which included a lot of math, not Armstrong’s strong suit.”},{“_id”:”63IUD2ZQ7JFHZKAL636M3TU6LQ”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1616588873114},”type”:”text”,”content”:”WIOA came through once again by providing Armstrong with a math tutor through the Miami Valley Career Technology Center. She passed the exam and began her coursework at Hobart. Within a few weeks after graduation, Armstrong was hired and began working at Techmetals in Dayton.”},{“_id”:”UFJGG4WP6BALXKCZ5LWFTHRYOM”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1616588873115},”type”:”text”,”content”:”“Welding is challenging, and I think that’s why I’m so passionate. I can fail a thousand times, but once I lay that perfect bead, I feel accomplished and proud.””},{“_id”:”A37ZF45LKNERPFDWGG7DKMDZKU”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1616588873116},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Black feels that pride, too. “If it wasn’t for that program, I’d probably be working multiple jobs right now. It gave me the opportunity to build a career. I’ve recommended it to all my friends and told them they could get their HVAC license, welding certification, anything in the trades. 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The district has seen lower COVID-19 case counts for the past eight weeks, he said, and is less concerned than during Thanksgiving and winter breaks.”},{“_id”:”N26IMR6JKBFQRCG5BBPWZKBRNU”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1616534647513},”type”:”text”,”content”:”But the district hopes families will keep safety in mind if they travel now, Madden said.”},{“_id”:”PMIETSW2CRBKHJHEJ2IX4HNASY”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[{“pos”:1,”comment”:”We have less concern than we did at Thanksgiving and winter break,” Madden said. “We’re hopeful that families will do things safely if they do travel, and W “}],”comments”:[],”_id”:1616515681034},”type”:”text”,”content”:”“We feel like our families and students are doing things safely as this semester and the sports seasons progress,” he said. “They’re keeping their circles small, they’re keeping their distance when they’re around big groups, keeping their masks on.””},{“_id”:”QAOHRJOGFVCKDFBUUMYJYBCRBI”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1616439129454},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Dr. Heather Markwell, a family medicine doctor at Premier Health, said she does not recommend travel now, but with vaccines becoming more readily available, it will likely get safer.”},{“_id”:”ZY4YINDHIZDQPBXHYR2KG5EUU4″,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1616437739016},”type”:”text”,”content”:”“Numbers are going down, but it’s still pretty prominent,” Markwell said. “So, while it’s not perfectly safe, we are definitely getting there. We’re still recommending you try to avoid travel as much as possible.””},{“_id”:”QMFBFJFMHJHWDHZRGB2X7FGW7M”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1616439129457},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Starting March 10, the Ohio Department of Health no longer issues a travel advisory for states reporting positive testing rates of 15% or higher. Instead, ODH now encourages Ohioans to carefully review CDC guidance when considering travel.”},{“_id”:”FD6EU2FMVZG3PM3OGQFFCHRRLU”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[{“pos”:89,”comment”:” before going on a trip is one way to tamp down on the spread of the coronavirus, Markwell said”}],”comments”:[],”_id”:1616513045427},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Markwell recommends anyone who can get the vaccine to get it and a test before traveling.”},{“_id”:”FWRMMOM3IVHE5HWB4QWMBNQKXM”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1616439129458},”type”:”text”,”content”:”“We are recommending that if you do want to travel, you get a test within one to three days prior to going on any sort of travel or excursion to make sure that you get screened so that you don’t spread it,” Markwell said. “And then get tested or do a self-quarantine for a week prior to returning to normal once you get back.””},{“_id”:”QRWUZ23K5JCSJKQDRFPHNVNQWU”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[{“pos”:72,”comment”:”requirements “}],”comments”:[],”_id”:1616515681040},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Each state has slightly different recommendations for social distancing or other safety measures, Markwell said, so travelers should make sure they know what those are before going to a new state.”},{“_id”:”LU77UXDVZVDPNI2Q5TSLVAYIDU”,”additional_properties”:{“comments”:[],”_id”:”JNEGHZPN55ED7NFQRZ7L3GP3A4″},”type”:”interstitial_link”,”content”:”Coronavirus vaccine providers get OK to fill open slots immediately with ages 16+, DeWine says”,”url”:”https://www.daytondailynews.com/local/coronavirus-dewine-to-give-update-on-pandemic-status-in-ohio/YHYNMDQ73RGDBNCMXQZ2M5VGSM/”},{“_id”:”2HDT7TIBIZB4DIT7VEP7B64C7E”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1616515681042},”type”:”text”,”content”:”And good hygiene remains key.”},{“_id”:”6DEDO3UOKZGKBPVRHQXKAIK6OY”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[{“pos”:316,”comment”:” Just having people make that part of their normal routine has been a big one as far as our ability to get ahead of this thing a little bit.”}],”comments”:[],”_id”:1616534647523},”type”:”text”,”content”:”“I know it seems like a broken record at this point, but hand hygiene is so important. It’s the bread and butter for all of this,” Markwell said. “Keep your mask on, cover your nose, cover your mouth and use your hand sanitizer and wash your hands, because that is where the vast majority of viral spread comes from.””},{“_id”:”IRGFFG64YFDP7I64UER7HCJW6E”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1616515681043},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Driving is lower risk than flying, Markwell said, as people won’t be in a confined space with strangers. Traveling with immediate family or people who live in the same household is safer than with people who don’t live together. Staying in a rental home or cabin is safer than a hotel at a crowded resort, she said. 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Anytime a large group of people gather he said it’s “worrisome.””},{“_id”:”OQNLAMLP4ZDDJJFDYRQOXMHHHE”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[{“pos”:111,”comment”:”“It literally is a race. 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Selfie with POTUS? ✅

Delivering for Ohioans with the American Rescue Plan? ✅

A stop at @jenisicecreams for 🍦? The day is still young. pic.twitter.com/PUJUyl5jW3

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