Archive for May, 2015


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Williamburg firefighter suffers cardiac issue fighting house fire, resuscitated

A williamsburg Township firefighter had to be resuscitated Saturday night after suffering from a heart problem while fighting a house fire. Lieutenant David Knapke was assisting the Mount Orab Fire Department on Greenbush-West Road in Brown County when he developed the cardiac issue.

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Civil War soldier remembered

A ceremony honoring a Civil War veteran took place Sunday, May 24, at the Red Oak Presbyterian Cemetery in Ripley. The American Legion 367 played taps and a 21-gun salute to honor Moses Berry – a black man born into slavery in the early 19th century in Mason County, Ky.

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‘Seeds of Freedom’ planted in May

The month of May is almost over and most of our gardens are planted. The Ohio Veterans Home in Georgetown has newly renovated raised beds that allow Veteran Gardeners to continue their beloved hobby of gardening.

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US 68 to be closed for culvert replacement

Crews from the Ohio Department of Transportation Brown County Highway Maintenance Facility have scheduled a culvert replacement project on US Route 68 next month, requiring a one-week closure of the route. US 68 will be closed Monday, June 1, between the communities of Fivemile and Chasetown in order for crews to replace a deteriorated culvert near the 38.5-mile marker.

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Muggy Sunday

SUNRISE CINNAMON, THE JONATHAN HAWGOOD SPECIAL. JONATHAN: RAIN TODAY OR NOT? JENNIFER: A LITTLE RAIN TODAY.

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ABCAP touches the lives of many

President Lyndon B. Johnson signed the Economic Opportunity Act on Aug. 20. 1964, which created a variety of programs, including Community Action Agencies, as part of his War on Poverty. He knew then as we know now, that the war against poverty must be won in the field, in every private home, in every public office, from the courthouse to the White House.

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Storm damage clean up underway in Brown County

ANNOUNCER: YOU’RE WATCHING CINCINNATI WLWT’S NEWS 5 LEADING WAY. MIKE: THE BIG STORM THAT BLEW THROUGH BROWN COUNTY MIGHT BE OVER BUT IT HAS LEFT HIPPED ONE BIG HEADACHE FOR PROPERTY OWNERS OUT THERE.

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Storms cause damage to home, church

READY FOR SUMMER QUITE YET. MIKE: THANK YOU. MOTHER NATURE SHOWING HER POWER TONIGHT.

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Severe storms cause minor damage to Brown County home, church

Family members told WLWT News 5 the tree smashed through the roof into the kitchen, where the 71-year-old homeowner was sitting with three of her four foster children. Her 80-year-old husband had just left to go to the store and the fourth foster child was not home when the tree fell.

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Culvert project set to begin on SR 763

Contractors for the Ohio Department of Transportation – District 9 are preparing for a culvert replacement project on state Route 763 in Brown County, with construction getting under way the week of May 11. Crews from Coopers Excavating will be replacing a culvert located at the 11.92-mile marker on state Route 763, approximately three-quarters of a mile south of the route’s junction with state Route 353 and just north of Township Road 221 . Construction includes replacing the existing corrugated metal arch structure that is over a tributary to West Fork Eagle Creek with a three-sided, pre-cast concrete box culvert.

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