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1975

On April 3, 1974, a devastating tornado struck the town of Xenia, Ohio, destroying more than 1400 buildings and ultimately killing 33 people. The Xenia Daily Gazette was hit as well: the roof was blown off its building, and the homes of many staff members were damaged or destroyed. Despite this, the paper provided swift and comprehensive coverage in the days following the disaster.

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