Archive for May, 2010


Need to BUY or SELL a house?

Contact Jamie Bennington - (937) 205-2060
of Wilson Realtors, 418 E Main St, West Union, OH 45693

Deluge Dunks Rarden

Ted Purtee of Rarden tries to wade though the estimated two feet of water that covered state Route 73 in Rarden as a result of a storm Friday night.

MORE FROM: Topix.com

Tornadoes Reported In Adams, Brown Counties

A stormy night brought hail, wind, heavy rain and perhaps a couple of tornadoes.

MORE FROM: Topix.com

Tornadoes Reported In Adams, Brown Counties

A stormy night brought hail, wind, heavy rain and perhaps a couple of tornadoes.

MORE FROM: Topix.com

Tornado Warning ReIssued For Parts Of Tri-State

Around 8:50 p.m. a tornado was seen on the ground near Bradyville in Adams County, just west of West Union.

MORE FROM: Topix.com

Lceq_dailey_s_outfitters2_edited_1

Whether in the country, the suburbs, or the city, Wilson Buildings can provide you with a post/frame or steel structure that is just right for your needs.

MORE FROM: Topix.com

A Gas Odor Forces Firefighters To Evacuate A Local Nursing Home

At approximately 6:30p.m., Thursday evening, folks at the Manor House Nursing Home started to smell a strong odor in the east side of the facility.

MORE FROM: Topix.com

Man killed in Adams Co. crash

An Adams County man has died in a crash in Meigs Township. It happened Tuesday morning around 1:30 a.m. on State Route 41.

MORE FROM: Topix.com

Peebles Man Killed in Adams County Crash

TV 1906 Highland Ave Cincinnati, OH 45219 513-763-5500 Driving Directions Breaking News Hotline 579-1212 Newsroom Fax 421-3820 Viewer Comment Line 763-5599 Sales Department 763-5485 Click for Sales Staff Directory **IF YOU HAVE A QUESTION OR COMMENT FOR LOCAL 12, WKRC-TV, WE RESPECTFULLY ASK THAT YOU NOT CALL THE LOCAL 12 NEWSROOM.

MORE FROM: Topix.com

More DUI trouble for Duke

Another operator of a Duke Energy truck has been charged with driving drunk in Clermont County.

MORE FROM: Topix.com

johnschenkprairie3.jpg

Prairie warblers are rarely found north of Central Ohio. In the southern half of the state, though, the bubbly denizens of scrubby fields are a common sight and sound, delivering a cheery song that merrily slides up the chromatic scale.

MORE FROM: Topix.com

Archives