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WMOH Updates Archives for 2014-11

Bill Bennett's Morning In America This Week


It's Thanksgiving week, which means we are on a Holiday schedule this week. Instead of Chris and Steve in the Morning, we have Bill Bennett's Morning In America from 6-9 Monday through Friday. Steve Vaughn will deliver the local news at the top and bottom of each hour, except Thanksgiving Day. Chris and Steve will return Monday December 1st.


New Miami Woman Missing


(New Miami)---The Butler County Sheriff's Office is looking for a missing New Miami woman. 44 year old Lori Ann Warner left her Algonquin Drive home on November 2nd, and hasn't been seen or heard from since. Family members told investigators that Warner has been showing signs of paranoia, and they are concerned about her welfare. A helicopter was deployed in the search on Thursday. If you have any information on Ms. Warner's whereabouts, call the Butler County Sheriff's Office at (513) 785-1300.


Winter Storm Warning Issued


(Wilmington)---The National Weather Service has issued a Winter Storm Warning for Butler County and surrounding areas from 9:00pm this evening until Noon Monday. The agency says snow is expected to accumulate 3 to 5 inches before tapering off tomorrow. Hazardous travel conditions are expected due to reduced visibility and snow accumulations. Stay tuned to WMOH News for the latest on road conditions and school delays/ closings.


School Board Approves New Contract


(Hamilton)---Hamilton City School Board has approved new three year contracts with the Hamilton Classroom Teacher's Association and AFSCME Local 468, which represents custodial, maintainence, and food service workers. The unions had worked the last three years under a pay freeze in a tough economy. The new contracts are retroactive to July, and call for a 4% pay hike the first year, 3.5% the second year, and 3% in 2016-17. The teachers have agreed to add 40 minutes to their workday.


Ross High School Evacuated


(Ross Township)---Ross High School was evacuated late Monday morning after the school recieved a threatening telephone call and a suspicious package arrived about the same time. The Butler County Sheriff's Office Bomb Squad was called to examine the package and determined that it was full of marching band clothes. More than 800 students were allowed back in class after a K9 sweep.



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