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Grand Jury Issues No Indictment In Ohio Inmatea s Death

A grand jury has declined to issue any criminal charges in the hanging death of a southern Ohio jail inmate, even though a county coroner had ruled the death a homicide.

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Sheriff’s deputies sue southern Ohio coroner

Members of a southern Ohio sheriff’s department have sued their county’s coroner over her homicide finding in a jail inmate’s death. The Brown County sheriff’s office says the inmate hanged himself in his cell last year.

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Teen seriously burned in Georgetown house fire

LEADING THE WAY, THIS IS 11:00 NEWS. A TEENAGE GIRL FLOWN TO THE HOSPITAL AFTER HER HOME EXPLODES.

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Watermelon sets record

Brown County’s own Susan Barber has broken the state of Ohio’s record for cultivating the largest watermelon of all time, weighing in at 296.5 lbs. She also broke two records for the year 2014: Growing the largest watermelon in the entire country and the second-largest watermelon in the world.

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Faith, food and justice: Making the connections

St Mary Parish, in Arnheim, will host a presentation by Sr. Christine Pratt, OSU. The event is sponsored by the St. Martin Deanery Catholic Rural Life, and will take place from 2 to 4:30 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 16. In his Apostolic Letter Mane Nobiscum Domini calling for the Year of the Eucharist in 2004, Pope John Paul II said that the Eucharist is “the great school of peace” and said the authenticity of the Eucharistic Community will be judged by how the poor are fed.

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Hospital’s closure being felt across Brown County

Southwest Regional Medical Center closed around 5 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 26. It is unknown if they will reopen.

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Former Southwest Regional Medical Center employees protest closure

Employees said they were told Friday they no longer have jobs and now they’re wondering when they will receive their paychecks. THEY ARE RECEIVING $42,000 IN ADDITION TO WHAT THE STATE WAS ALREADY ORDERED TO PAY.

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Cincinnati-area hospital closes suddenly

A court dispute over an MRI machine apparently led to the closure of Southwest Regional Medical Center in Georgetown, which previously was known as Brown County Hospital.

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Slow Food Cincinnati to honor four

Slow Food Cincinnati hosts a 4-course dinner Wed., Oct. 1, 2013 at Nectar Restaurant honoring our Class of 2014 “Snail of Approval” inductees for their commitment to “good, clean and fair” food: Chef Julie Francis has been serving up “farm to table” food in Cincinnati since way before that phrase became fashionable or commonplace. Her dedication to cooking and sourcing locally, sustainably and seasonally has won the appreciation of many Cincinnati diners.

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The Sabrina Line, 9/26: Some Teddy Kremer inspiration

The Sabrina Line, 9/26: Some Teddy Kremer inspiration A bit of uplift from a new Hemingway Check out this story on cincinnati.com: http://cin.ci/1pgsvUn A hearty Mobster welcome, please, for our newest Hemingway, Sabrina Mignerey. If this post doesn’t put some hip in your dip, check yourself for a pulse.

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