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WMOH Updates Archives for 2015-01

Marchers Mark Roe vs. Wade Anniversary


(Hamilton)---Around 200 people marched seven times around the Butler County Courthouse Thursday night, marking the 42nd anniversary of the Roe vs. Wade Supreme Court decision legalizing abortion. "It is the Supreme Court of the United States that has erected the legal protection to the unmerciful killing of children...babies," said Mike Mignery with Butler County Right To Life "the decimation that has occured in the wombs of many mothers and of course, the fathers have been left on their own, outside this decision." The marchers were led by a man carrying a large wooden cross, along with the Knights of Columbus Honor Guard, and trumpeters who sounded their shofars with each trip around the courthouse. The group said a prayer during each trip, asking for an end to abortion and the conversion of those who work for or support support the industry.


Former Teacher Indicted On Sex Charges


(New Miami)---A former teacher at New Miami High School is facing charges that he carried on a sexual relationship with a student. 29 year old Justin Madden was indicted on 11 counts, including sexual battery and illegal use of a minor in nudity oriented material. Butler County Sheriff Richard Jones says a four month long investigation was triggered back in September, when Madden was placed on administrative leave. Jones says "We are absolutely not going to tolerate this horrific behavior. This guy was trusted to educate the youth of our community and obviously violated that. It disgusts me that this guy was supposed to be looked at as a mentor and someone that kids could look up to. I don't get it, but I will fight to see he gets what he deserves."


Winter Storm Watch Issued


(Wilmington)---The National Weather Service has issued a Winter Storm Watch for Butler County from 10:00PM tonight until Noon Tuesday. The agency says snow will spread across the area late tonight and become heavy during the overnight hours. Total storm accumulations could range from 3-5 inches with locally higher amounts possible. WMOH News will keep you updated on this developing situation, and will have the latest school closings on Tuesday morning.


Crash Kills Ross Township Man


(Hanover Township)---The Butler County Sheriff's Office says speed was a factor in a deadly car crash in Hanover Township Wednesday Night. 24 year old Ryan Kendrick was driving a 2002 Jetta eastbound on Ross Hanover Road when he lost control, plowed into a utility pole, took out a guard rail and came to rest in the embankment. Deputies say Kendrick was ejected and was pronounced dead at the scene. 


Icefest Begins Tonight


(Hamilton)---Hamilton's two day Icefest celebration begins tonight at sundown with the Technicolor Ice Walk around the Butler County Courthouse, where dozens of sponsored ice sculptures are illuminated with colored lights. Tomorrow, the day will feature ice carving competitions, human dogsled races, and other events at Miami-Hamilton's downtown location and Lane Public Library's downtown center. For the full list of events, see the post above.


Baker Gives Final State Of The Schools Speech


(Hamilton)---Outgoing Hamilton School Superintendent Janet Baker looked back on 22 years as the city's top educator during her final State of the Schools speech in front of the Greater Hamilton Chamber of Commerce and Hamilton Rotary. Some of the major accomplishments that happened during her tenure included President Bush signing the No Child Left Behind act in 2002, the district being named the Best Urban School District in Ohio, the establishment of character education, and the 15 year, $250 million building program. Baker promised to support the district and the new superintendent after she leaves at the end of the school year.


Icefest 2015 Schedule


Click on the photo for a list of events at Downtown Hamilton's Icefest tonight and Saturday.


Scrimizzi Becomes Public Safety Director Today


(Hamilton)---A new era begins today for the City of Hamilton's police and fire departments as former Police Chief Scott Scrimizzi takes over the newly created position of Director of Public Safety. The police department will be led by new Police Chief Craig Bucheit, who will report to Scrimizzi, along with Fire Chief Steve Dawson.



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