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Lakota Board Extends Superintendent's Contract

The Lakota School Board awarded Superintendent Matt Miller with a five year contract extension Monday.

Miller has been with the district since 2017, and board members say he has launched a number of successful  programs and initiatives. "Not only has he done some phenominal work within our district, in moving our student's education and our teacher's professional growth forward," said Board President Brad Lovell "he's also been recognized at the state and national levels."
Under the new deal, Miller will make a baseline salary of $192,000/yr with a 1.9% raise over each of the five years.

Miller will also make a $30,000 performance annuity, among other benefits. The extension will take effect January 1st.

Boyd Appears In Court as Judge Sets 200K Bond

Dr. Stephen Boyd made his first court appearance Friday morning on rape and sex related charges in Butler County Common Pleas Court. The longtime Hamilton chiropractor is accused of sexually abusing several ex-patients between November of 1998- July of 2017. Bond was set at 200-thousand dollars, and Boyd has been ordered to stay away from his alleged victims, and anyone between the ages of 10 and 18. Hamilton police believe there could be more victims in the case, and they've set up a special hotline at (513) 868-5811 extension 1009. 

A pre-trial hearing has been set for January 12th at 1pm.

 

Coronavirus: The '011 Is Number One, and That's Not Good

A local zip code remains on top of the state when it comes to the number of new Coronavirus cases over the past two weeks. The Ohio Department of Health says 45011, which includes downtown Hamilton. Fairfield and Liberty Townships, St. Clair Township and past Seven Mile, is reporting 659 cases over the past 14 days. The second highest zip code, 43701, covers part of Muskingum County. They have 605 new cases. The third highest is 43123 with 505 new cases. That zip code covers southwestern Columbus and Grove City. Hamilton City Health Commissioner Kay Farrar told City Council last week "We don't want to be number one in this, so let's get down to it, and bring us down a few notches."

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