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WMOH Updates Archives for 2020-06

WMOH To Simulcast 4th of July Fireworks in Hamilton

(Hamilton)--The 4th of July fireworks display will take place again in Hamilton this year. Those who gather to watch the show, which is being shot from Pyramid Hill, can tune to WMOH 1450am "The Ticket" for a simulcast of patriotic music timed to the display. The show begins promptly at 10:00pm on Saturday, July 4th.

Spooky Nook Construction On Schedule, Says Founder

(Hamilton)--The Founder of the Spooky Nook Champion Mill project says construction is on schedule for a December 2021 opening. Sam Beiler, who owns a similar indoor sports facility in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, says the $144 million, 1.3 million square foot complex will be the largest sports venue of its type in North America. It will also feature the region's 2nd largest convention center and a hotel. The property used to be the site of the Champion Paper Mill for over a century. State historical tax credits and other financing is helping the city re-purpose the sprawling site.


(Bill Douglas Photo: Sam Beiler speaks during a media day at the Spooky Nook construction site on Wednesday, June 17, 2020)

River Advisory Issued

(Hamilton)--The Butler County General Health District has issued a Water Advisory for the Great Miami River south of Oxford State Road in Lemon Township. Officials say there was a release of under-treated sewage from the Middletown Wastewater Treatment Plant. People are being advised not to swim or fish in the river until further notice. The sewage could result in parasites, viruses, and bacteria, including E-Coli.

Hamilton Church Holds Peaceful Protest

A peaceful protest/march over the death of George Floyd brought hundreds to downtown Hamilton Sunday. Pastor Patrick Davis with the Fringe Church and Coffee House on High Street says "Our African American brothers and sisters deserve a better world, and we refuse to step over their bodies and turn a deaf ear to their cries on the way to church." The march started at the church and ended at the Butler County Courthouse. Davis says several faith leaders and clergy members "stood on the stage and declared a time of public repentance and apology on behalf of the American church for her silence and apathy." Hamilton police provided traffic assistance to the marchers.

(Photo Courtesy: Fringe Church Facebook Page)

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