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Weekly Lakota varsity sports schedule: Aug. 29-Sept. 3
With the completion of Monday night’s Lakota West volleyball match, every fall sport from each Lakota high school will have at least played one contest. The majority of the fall sports began last week.
Posted: 8/29/2011 11:02 AM in
Prosecutors agree to give Widmer lawyers more time to file murder appeal
Warren County prosecutors have agreed to give attorneys for Ryan Widmer more time to file an appeal of his murder conviction in the 2008 drowning of his wife, Sarah. Widmer, 30, who last lived in Mason, was convicted in his third trial on Feb. 15. His...
Posted: 8/29/2011 10:49 AM in
Ryan Widmer’s lawyers granted extension to appeal murder conviction
Ryan Widmer’s attorneys have been granted an extension to to file an appeal of his murder conviction in the 2008 drowning of his wife, Sarah. Widmer, 30, who last lived in Mason, was convicted in his third trial on Feb. 15. His first trial ended in a...
Posted: 8/29/2011 10:49 AM in
West Chester’s weekly hydrant-flushing program schedule
The West Chester Fire Department will continue its annual summer hydrant-flushing program this week. Saturdays and Sundays (make-up days) are reserved to catch up on hydrants not done during the previous five weekdays due to inclement weather or other...
Posted: 8/29/2011 10:09 AM in
Messer Construction adds three
The following have joined Messer Construction Company in Bond Hill: Craig Welsh and Nicholas Rumpke, estimating engineers; and Robert Payne, project engineer.
Posted: 8/29/2011 9:27 AM in Business People
Chabot ‘town hall’ tonight – this time with cameras
UPDATE: Here’s what happened at the town hall meeting A Republican congressman whose last town hall meeting drew criticism for blocking videotaping will try again Monday evening, this time with cameras allowed. Rep. Steve Chabot, R-Westwood will hear...
Posted: 8/29/2011 8:56 AM in Politics Extra
Search continues for missing Fairfield woman
Small groups of volunteers continued searching Sunday for Katelyn Markham of Fairfield, but found no clues about her disappearance. Sunday, volunteers searched areas including Heritage Park off East Miami River Road, near Ross, and off of Lick Road in...
Posted: 8/29/2011 8:38 AM in
Volunteers needed to help build homes
Parkside Christian Church in Anderson Township is helping build two houses for Habitat for Humanity on Saturday, Sept. 3. Volunteers are needed to build pieces of the homes in the church’s parking lot, where they will be loaded on a truck and shipped...
Posted: 8/29/2011 8:33 AM in Eye on the Eastside
Attorney Fees - Scarier Than Alien or Predator
Attorney Fees - Scarier Than Alien or Predator If anyone is thinking about filing a suit against a movie studio claiming that they stole your idea for a movie, you might want to think again. It may seem like a no lose proposition – if you win the case,...
Posted: 8/29/2011 8:22 AM in Jack Out of the Box
Delhi Empress Chili relocates to Florence
Empress Chili franchise owners Troy and Trish Thien have relocated their Delhi Township restaurant across the river to Florence. The couple closed the Delhi location at 5675 Rapid Run, in the strip mall that also houses a LaRosa’s, July 29. It had been...
Posted: 8/29/2011 8:05 AM in New in Town

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