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Ault Park Advisory Council hosts World War I memorial Laura A. Hobson
Special to Cincinnati Enquirer USA TODAY NETWORK
HYDE PARK – Ault Park Advisory Council is sponsoring a memorial honoring World War I veterans of Greater Cincinnati 100 years after the war's end. The memorial event will take place 10 a.m. to noon Sunday, Nov. 11, on Heekin Avenue located in Hyde Park. Parking is available on Heekin, Principio and nearby streets. The occasion will recognize those who have served as well as rededicate a bench and plant trees. Created in 1920, the bench’s inscription says, “In memory of the citizens of Hamilton County who gave their lives in the country’s service 1917-1918. Cherry trees were planted by the Garden Club of Cincinnati 1920.” The date is the 100th anniversary of the armistice ending World War I and approved by the Allies and Germany at Compiegne, France. The program includes: Bugle Call – Douglas Pﬁngstag, member, Bugles Across America. This organization has over 4,000 bugler volunteers located in all 50 states and growing numbers overseas. Honor Guard Entrance – Wright-Patterson Air Force Base Honor Guard posting the colors; Cincinnati Police Honor Guard presenting the colors. Singing of the National Anthem – The Schilling
Rudy Siegel, member of Ault Park Advisory Council, sits on the World War I memorial bench. LAURA A. HOBSON FOR THE COMMUNITY PRESS
School Singers, elective choir for Upper School students of the Schilling School for Gifted Children founded in 1997 and located at 8100 Cornell Road, Sycamore Township.
Master of Ceremonies - Lt. Col. Louis M. Sand, retired, U.S. Army Reserve. He is manager, Riverfront Parks Events and Education, city of Cincinnati. Sand served in Haiti, Bosnia and Afghanistan. Invocation – Deacon Don Murphy, St. Veronica Parish. Keynote Speaker – Col. Brad Wenstrup, U.S. Army Reserve, member of U.S. House of Representatives. Ceremonial Tree Planting – Wenstrup; State Rep. Thomas E. Brinkman, Jr.; Wade Walcutt, director, Cincinnati Parks; Jennifer Hafner Spieser, executive director, Cincinnati Parks Foundation; and Michelle Baxter, president, Ault Park Advisory Council. Singing of Period Songs – The Schilling School Singers. Reading of "In Flanders Field" – Bruno Lanman, U.S. Navy, retired. He is a retired local business owner and heart transplant recipient. Ceremonial 21 Gun Salute – Hamilton County Police Association Honor Guard, which has 26 members from 21 jurisdictions. Playing of Taps – Douglas Pﬁngstag, Bugles Across America Honorary Fly-Over – To be determined The Ault Park Advisory Council Memorial Committee included Bizzy Driscoll, Hyde Park; Dr. Stanley Hedeen, Hyde Park; and Rudolph Siegel, Mariemont.
Police found kilos of drugs in these Columbia Tusculum homes with street value of approximately $500,000 Kevin Grasha and Max Londberg Cincinnati Enquirer USA TODAY NETWORK
A drug ring that court documents say had a "stash house" in Columbia Tusculum was connected to a Mexican drug cartel and was responsible for shipping at least 10 kilograms of heroin, fentanyl, cocaine and meth into the Cincinnati area, oﬃcials said. Cincinnati police announced the arrests of 11 people they say were involved in the drug ring. Two more people face charges in the case but were not in custody at that time. Lt. Steve Saunders called it a major bust that will save lives by getting drugs – including the highly potent synthetic opiate, fentanyl – oﬀ the streets. As little as 2 milligrams of fentanyl is enough to kill someone. Investigators found approximately 3 kilos of heroin mixed with fentanyl, 3 kilos of cocaine and 4 kilos of methamphetamine. The street value is estimated to be half a million dollars. In addition to the drugs, investigators seized drug packaging tools, four vehicles, four guns and about $140,000 in cash. The ﬁrst of two rounds of raids took place on Sept. 17. When police searched the alleged stash house, which was on Hoge Street, they found approximately 1 kilo of a heroin-fentanyl mixture as well as several empty kilogram-sized “plastic wrappings,” according to court documents. Oﬃcials believe the plastic previously contained a heroin-fentanyl mix. A kilogram is equal to approximately 2.2 pounds. Police arrested 29-year-old Cesar Diaz-Gomez at the home. Diaz-Gomez told oﬃcers, documents say, that he was in the U.S. illegally and had only been in Cincinnati a few months. Although he is unemployed, the documents say he had more than $2,200, which he said he brought with him from Chicago. The same day as the raid on Hoge Street, oﬃcers
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also raided another Columbia Tusculum house, about a block away, in the 600 block of Rushton Road. A search of that house uncovered $15,000 in cash and a hydraulic kilogram press machine, court documents say. A kilogram-sized brick, the documents say, gives “the appearance that it contains a higher purity level” – meaning it has not been mixed with a cutting agent. Laquintee Bloodworth, 40, was arrested at the home. He had keys to the front door of the Hoge Street house, court documents say. The documents also describe a third raid on Sept. 17, in the 1400 block of Beaverton Avenue in Roselawn. There, investigators seized about 3.75 kilos of “methamphetamine mixtures,” about 13 grams of “cocaine mixture” and more than 2 kilos of various mixtures containing fentanyl. The Roselawn home was known as the "clubhouse," court documents say. One of the 13 charged, 42-year-
old Charles Oden allegedly directed 61-year-old Roy Jackson to make several deliveries to the clubhouse over a four-day period beginning Sept. 11. Investigators tracked members' movements and phone conversations, details of which tell of a booming enterprise. Also charged in the case are: Oden's girlfriend, Enya Kirksey, 41; James Carter, 50; Savalas Mills, 42; Gregory Moore, 27; Jan Carlos Murrell, 49; Roy Jackson, 61; Anthony Phillips, 45; and Michael Stallworth, 46. All face drug charges in federal court in Cincinnati. Oden and Kirksey are charged with maintaining a drug-involved premises in the 2100 block of Clara Street in South Fairmount. Documents say Phillips possessed powdered sugar, used as a cutting agent, press plates, masks, gloves and plastic packaging. In addition to Cincinnati police, the investigation included the DEA, Ohio State Highway Patrol and the U.S. Attorney’s Oﬃce.
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Sycamore H.S. teacher charged with sexual battery Sarah Brookbank and Sheila Vilvens Cincinnati Enquirer USA TODAY NETWORK
A Sycamore High School teacher has been charged with sexual battery, according to court documents. Jennifer Walsh, 26, a former teacher, was indicted on the charges Monday, Oct. 29 according to Hamilton County court documents. School oﬃcials made an announcement to parents about the incident. “Montgomery Police is investigating allegations that former teacher Jennifer Walsh engaged in an inappropriate relationship with a student,” Superintendent Frank Forsthoefel said in a statement to parents. School district spokeswoman Mallory Bonbright said Walsh has been with
Sycamore Schools since May 2014, when she served as a substitute educational assistant. She moved to full-time educational assistant in August 2014 and became a special education teacher at Sycamore High School in August the following year, Bonbright said. Sycamore School District was made aware of the relationship on Oct. 16 by the Montgomery Police. According to Bonbright, Walsh submitted her letter of resignation three days after the incident was reported to police. The board of education accepted it. A police report said Jobs and Family Services contacted police after they were made aware of an incident. Police also said the student involved is female. Police seized Walsh’s laptop, a cell phone and a journal. Walsh was not in the classroom after the district learned
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The University of Cincinnati website shows Walsh played lacrosse there between 2011 and 2014. She ﬁnished her career there with 282 saves, second alltime, as well as having a .358 save percentage, ﬁfth all-time at UC. Before being employed at Sycamore, Walsh student taught in 2014 at both Sycamore and Hughes High Schools, according to her personnel ﬁle. She also worked as a research assistant at UC.
Man faces federal charges in Fifth Third 'cardless ATM' thefts Sarah Brookbank Cincinnati Enquirer USA TODAY NETWORK
A man faces federal charges in connection to the theft of more than $106,000 from Fifth Third Bank "cardless ATMs," according to federal court records. Ciprian-Raducu Antoche-Grecu has been charged with wire fraud. He is one of four individuals arrested in connection to the thefts from ATMs in Michigan, Illinois and Ohio. The others are unnamed in the court records. According to court documents, an FBI special agent wrote that Fifth Third detected fraudulent activity in May associated with its "cardless ATM" feature, which allows customers to withdraw money using a mobile-banking application and no physical card. Aﬀected customers received texts with a link to a site that mimicked Fifth
Third's actual site. The text asked customers to enter their conﬁdential account information into the faux site, claiming doing so would unlock their accounts. This led to about 125 customers' private information being compromised, with a "signiﬁcant percentage" living in Greater Cincinnati, according to the records. Antoche-Grecu had a preliminary hearing on Wednesday, Oct. 31 before federal Magistrate Judge Karen Litkovitz. Court documents said probable cause was found. Now the case will be sent to a federal grand jury. Prosecutors presented evidence that allegedly shows Antoche-Grecu at ATMs throughout Blue Ash. One image, captured from ATM surveillance footage, appeared to show police approaching Antoche-Grecu.
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Blue Ash names new ﬁre chief Jennie Key
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The city of Blue Ash has named Chris Theders as the new ﬁre chief for the Blue Ash Fire Department. Theders, who currently serves as the department’s assistant ﬁre chief, has more than 28 years of ﬁre experience. He will replace Blue Ash Fire Chief Rick Brown, who is retiring Jan. 4 after more than 30 years in the ﬁre service. Chris Theders Theders serves on the board of the Greater Cincinnati Hazardous Materials Unit and participates in the Sycamore Safe/Secure Schools Committee and the city of Blue Ash Health/Beneﬁts Committee. He has a bachelor’s degree from Wilmington College. City spokeswoman Breanna Gilroy said continued training for ﬁre and
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emergency medical service personnel is a priority for Theders, who has taken a variety of courses at the National Fire Academy and Ohio Fire Academy throughout his career. He completed the Ohio Fire Executive course at Ohio State University in 2007. Theders spent more than 17 years as a ﬁreﬁghter for Fairﬁeld Fire Department, serving as a ﬁreﬁghter, station supervisor and ﬁre lieutenant. He came to the Blue Ash Fire Department in 2007 as a captain. In 2009 he was promoted to assistant chief in charge of training. As ﬁre chief, Theders will lead more than 40 ﬁreﬁghter/paramedics responding out of two stations in the city. Last year, the Blue Ash Fire Department responded to more than 2,600 emergency runs and completed more than 5,300 training hours. In a statement, Theders praised the dedication and professionalism of the department's staﬀ and said he was proud and honored to take the helm. "I am looking forward to bringing fresh ideas to enhance an already tremendous department." An oﬃcial swearing-in date has not yet been set.
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Mariemont Elementary earns National Blue-Ribbon Honors Mariemont Elementary was recognized by the United States Department of Education as a National Blue-Ribbon School for 2018. Blue Ribbon Status is one of the most prestigious awards given by the U.S. Department of Education to recognize the best in education throughout the country. Mariemont Elementary will receive the status of “Exemplary High Performing School.” “This is an incredible honor not only for Mariemont Elementary, but for the entire school district and community” said Superintendent Steven Estepp. “I am so proud of the dedication that our principal Ericka Simmons and her entire staﬀ at Mariemont Elementary have put into their students each day. This award aﬃrms the direction we are headed under the Destination 2026 strategic plan and is a true embodiment of the Mariemont Experience.” Mariemont Elementary was one of just 349 schools recognized in the an-
nouncement made by the U.S. Department of Education. All schools are honored in one of two performance categories, based on all student scores, subgroup student scores and graduation rates: ❚ 1. Exemplary High Performing Schools are among their state’s highest performing schools as measured by state assessments or nationally normed tests. ❚ 2. Exemplary Achievement Gap Closing Schools are among their state’s highest performing schools in closing achievement gaps between a school’s subgroups and all students over the past ﬁve years. “I am thrilled that Mariemont Elementary has been named a National Blue Ribbon Exemplary High Performing School” said principal Ericka Simmons. “I have seen ﬁrsthand the passion and enthusiasm that our staﬀ pour into our school day in and day out and could not be prouder that their hard
Mariemont Elementary School was named a National Blue-Ribbon School by the United States Department of Education. PROVIDED/ALEX LANGE, MARIEMONT CITY SCHOOLS
work is being recognized on this level. This is an award we will cherish for years to come, but we know our work doesn’t end here. We will continue to build meaningful learning environments for our students and push ourselves to even higher limits moving forward.” The National Blue-Ribbon Schools Program honors public and private elementary, middle and high schools where students achieve very high learning or are making notable improvements in closing the achievement gap.
The coveted award aﬃrms the hard work of educators, families and communities in creating safe and welcoming schools where students master challenging and engaging content. All 2018 National Blue-Ribbon Schools will be honored at an awards ceremony on Nov. 7-8 in Washington, D.C. at the historic Omni Shoreham hotel. For more information on the National Blue-Ribbon Schools Program and a list of all 2018 recipients, visit the district website at mariemontschools.org. Alex Lange, Mariemont City Schools
Owners of Alley Boutique guest speakers at Loveland Woman’s Club meeting Two of the three owners of the Alley Boutique in downtown Loveland were the featured speakers at the October meeting of the Loveland Woman’s club. Ann-Marie Toney, the third owner, was busy keeping the shop open. The pair talked about the trials and triumphs of re-opening their boutique on June 9 after the ﬁre that destroyed three businesses including their own,
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A Cincinnati man allegedly impersonated an FBI agent at a police station on Halloween, according to court documents. Andre L. Carter, 36, faces menacing and impersonation of a peace oﬃcer charges in the Oct. 31 incident. He allegedly told a city employee in Blue Ash that he was a federal agent and asked how to get to the police station, according to court documents ﬁled in Hamilton County Municipal Court. Carter then entered a police station, pulled out his wallet and told a dispatcher he was with the FBI, the documents allege. The dispatcher, who knew about Carter's "previous violent history," chal-
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No peeking! It’s the secret to good dumplings Rita’s Kitchen Rita Heikenfeld
Chicken & high-rise dumplings Ingredients chicken and vegetables 1/2 stick (4 tablespoons) butter 1/3 cup all-purpose flour
Yesterday, I purchased a deli-roasted chicken to make Asian chicken soup with lemon grass and mushrooms. But when I mentioned it to my husband, Frank, he gave me “the look.” Which meant that OK he’d certainly not complain – after all I’m doing the cooking here – but I could tell he wasn’t in the mood for that. We had been outside for most of the day, still getting the gardens and wood piles ready for winter. He was hungry for something more substantial, and perhaps not so exotic. So I made chicken & dumplings. I was glad I made the switch. A down-home meal for a chilly fall day. And here’s the deal: dumplings may look complicated, but honestly, they’re fun and easy enough for kids to make, with guidance. The secret? No peeking while the dumplings cook! It’s the steam in the pot that makes them rise so high. Dumplings are yummy cooked on top of soup or stew, or simply dropped into hot broth.
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1 teaspoon or so garlic, minced (1 nice clove) 14.5 oz. can chicken broth, low sodium 2/3 cup milk 3 generous cups cooked chicken, coarsely chopped 1/2 pound sausage, cooked, drained and crumbled 10 oz. box frozen peas and carrots, thawed a bit (optional) Salt and pepper Instructions Melt butter in pot and stir in flour. Whisk over medium heat until it starts to turn a little golden, but don’t let brown. Add garlic, broth and milk. Cook, stirring constantly until slightly thickened, a few minutes. Stir in chicken, sausage and vegetables. Taste for salt and pepper. Bring to a boil, and then lower to simmer, covered, while you make dumplings. Don’t worry if it looks a little thin, the dumplings will thicken the mixture more as they cook. Ingredients dumplings Depending upon how wide the pan is, you may not ﬁt all dumplings on top of chicken. I have a second, smaller pan simmering with broth and that’s how I cook extra dumplings. Or just cut the recipe in half. 2 cups all-purpose flour 1 tablespoon baking powder 1/2 teaspoon salt Pepper to taste
Chicken and dumplings is a hearty meal for a chilly fall day. RITA HEIKENFELD FOR THE COMMUNITY PRESS
Chopped parsley or bit of dried parsley (optional)
(Check out my web site for step-by-step photos).
1/2 stick (4 tablespoons) butter, cut into small chunks
Use a small ice cream scoop or tablespoon sprayed with cooking spray to drop dumplings carefully on top of simmering chicken, leaving some space in between for expansion. Put lid on. No peeking! Simmer 12-15 minutes, or until largest dumpling is done: cut in half to test. Dumplings expand to double.
1 egg, beaten slightly 1/2 cup milk Instructions Whisk flour, baking powder, salt, pepper and parsley. Cut butter into flour mixture with fork or pastry blender until blended to the point where flour still has some lumps of butter in it. Don’t over mix. Make a well in center. Whisk egg and milk together. Pour into well and mix with fork. Dough will leave sides of bowl and look shaggy and sticky. Don’t over mix.
Makes about 10-12.
Tip: Is your baking powder still good? Put a teaspoon in warm water - it should ﬁzz up quickly if it’s good.
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Viewpoints Child care in Greater Cincinnati: A critical resource for the region’s workforce
Odell Moreno Ownes and Vanessa Freytag Guest Columnists Community Press
If businesses in the Greater Cincinnati region want to thrive, they need access to high quality talent. They need employees who are stable and focused on the job at hand. Many of these workers are also parents of children under the age of 12. For these employees, their ability to work and earn income is closely tied to child care. Survey examines number of kids in care and arrangements The 2017 Child Well-Being Survey found that 45 percent of children age 0 to 2 and 52 percent of children age 3 to 5 in the Greater Cincinnati region are in some sort of child care arrangement. While school-age children are slightly less likely to need child care, those surveyed indicated that 28 percent of kids age 6 to 12 have an arrangement for their care outside of school hours. The telephone survey of local parents and caregivers in a 22-county re-
gion surrounding Cincinnati is sponsored by Interact for Health and Cincinnati Children’s with support from the United Way of Greater Cincinnati. To better understand use of child care in the region, the Child Well-Being Survey asked parents and caregivers about what type of arrangements were in place. Respondents had 10 choices from which to choose, with care provided by a relative or friend being the most common among children of all ages. More detailed data can be found at https://www.interactforhealth.org/ whats-new/category/child-well-beingsurvey/. Why quality child care is necessary for lifelong success As the survey data demonstrate, there is a great need for child care in our region; however, it also shows that many families are faced with decisions about how to ensure their child is safe and healthy while the parents are at work. Quality child care programs nurture and develop children in ways that prepare them for success in school and in life. Research shows that when children attend quality programs, they are better prepared intellectually, physically, socially and emotionally. When child care options are ex-
plored, it is important to visit diﬀerent types of programs such as centers or family child care homes and learn if the programs are rated by a state quality rating system. Once some options are surfaced, parents should: ❚ Schedule a tour and plan to stay for at least one hour to see diﬀerent activities. ❚ Ask to spend time in the room where their child will be to observe how child care providers interact with the children. ❚ Ask to meet all of the caregivers who might be working with their child. Child care is essential to supporting working families and it has a signiﬁcant impact on children during the most important phase of their development, birth to age 5. Children in high-quality child care programs enter kindergarten with better math, language and social skills. These skills not only help to support future academic success, they lay the groundwork for building tomorrow’s workforce, which will be relied upon for decades to come. Dr. O’dell Moreno Owens, President and CEO, Interact for Health and Vanessa Freytag, President and CEO, 4C for Children
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RE: Gil Spencer’s column on Oct. 3 I disagree about single-use plastic bags. Almost 1 trillion of these bags are distributed each year worldwide and almost all of these will end up in landﬁlls. Kroger states that very few of their bags are recycled, so these bags are contributing to a huge amount of non-biodegradable trash. If Rumpke runs out of room to bury this trash, would you like a landﬁll in your neighborhood? Considering the amount of plastic waste that our society is creating daily, this is likely. These bags are not good for the environment! I carry cloth bags in my car and always grab them before I go into a store. I have had the same earth bags for over 30 years, so the comment about resources required to produce these bags is ludicrous. They virtually last forever and once people own them, they no longer need to purchase them. Defending the plastic bags is just another excuse for people who don’t want to take the time to grab a cloth bag out of their cars before shopping. If worse comes to worse, take a paper bag because it will at least biodegrade when thrown out and the trees cut down for this purpose are specially grown (like Christmas trees). But the best solution is a bag that can be used repeatedly. Carol Hesterberg Blue Ash
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Colerain quarterback Deante Smith-Moore ran for 220 yards with a pair of touchdowns in the 35-9 victory over St. Xavier Friday. ALEX VEHR FOR THE ENQUIRER
Moeller wide receiver Max Land before the Crusaders' playoff game against Elder on Friday. TONY TRIBBLE FOR THE ENQUIRER
ROSFELD IS PROUD OF MOELLER'S 2018 SEASON Charlie Hatch Cincinnati Enquirer USA TODAY NETWORK
As the Moeller football team walked oﬀ the ﬁeld for the ﬁnal time, head coach Doug Rosfeld waded through his players and their families, tapping the shoulder pads of the Crusaders who just ended their last game of 2018 or their high school careers. The setting wasn’t pretty. Friday night, No. 6 Moeller lost 35-0 to No. 3 Elder at The Pit in the ﬁrst round of the state playoﬀs. The season, which was Rosfeld’s ﬁrst with the program, ended 6-5 and with the ﬁrst Greater Catholic League-South title since 2013. “I think Moeller fans will remember the sacriﬁces and the eﬀorts of the senior class,” he said after the loss. “The students are remarkable on and oﬀ the ﬁeld, and they’ve really done a phenomenal job representing their families, their faith and their school. I think that’s the biggest takeaway I have right now.” As for takeaways from Friday’s game, the Crusaders were on the wrong end of Elder’s best performance of the season. As the Panthers moved the ball and stopped Moeller from doing the same, the Crusaders fell further and further behind until a running clock arrived midway through the fourth quarter. There were opportunities for momentum to swing diﬀerently, though. During an Elder drive in the second quarter, Carrington Valentine caught a 90-yard pick six that would’ve made the game 7-6. As he ran along the Moeller sideline, teammates urged him on. But by the time he made it to the end zone and the oﬃcials had a long discussion, they penalized Moeller for defensive pass interference. No points for the Crusaders. Instead, the Panthers doubled their lead soon after. Regarding the play, Rosfeld said he needs to review game ﬁlm to watch the play. The Moeller radio broadcast thought it should’ve been a no-call. Regardless, the opportunity was the last time the Crusaders looked likely to score before a late turnover on
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Moeller defensive back Carrington Valentine intercepts a pass during the Crusaders' playoff game against Elder.
Moeller head coach Doug Rosfeld reacts during the Crusaders' 35-0 loss to Elder.
downs inside the Elder 20-yard line. “We expected a great game out of Elder,” he said. “Well prepared, they executed. It’s a tough place to come play, but hats oﬀ to Elder’s coaching staﬀ and players. They did a great job.” Rosfeld, who was named the GCLSouth Coach of the Year in his ﬁrst season, said the Crusaders tried forcing plays late to makeup the growing deﬁcit.
“We wanted to give our seniors the best chance to be successful,” he said. “We struggled at times to put them in the right situations to do that.” With the loss, the season ended with a four-game losing streaking. The team Moeller last beat – Elder 24-21 on Oct. 5 – was the team that gave the Crusaders their last loss. "I’ll have to decompress a little bit,” Rosfeld said before he can truly reﬂect on the season. “But as I stand here, the thing I’ll take back on is how amazing Cincinnati high school football is, how great the GCL is, how wonderful the people that play in it and coach in it are, It’s an honor to be part of it." Moeller – 0 0 0 0 – 0 Elder – 7 7 14 7 – 35 E – Matt Luebbe 6-yard run (Sam Harmeyer PAT good) E – Michael Bittner to Kyle Trischler 4 yards (Harmeyer PAT good) E – Bittner 5-yard run (Harmeyer PAT good) E – Luebbe 13-yard run (Harmeyer PAT good) E – Cooper Johnson 1-yard run (Harmeyer PAT good) Records: Elder 7-4, Moeller 6-5
COLERAIN TOWNSHIP – Two months after their ﬁrst meeting, the No. 1 Colerain High School football team met up with St. Xavier in the playoﬀs just as Cardinals coach Tom Bolden predicted. In the 15th postseason meeting between the two, Colerain scorched St. Xavier 35-9. Colerain senior Deante Smith-Moore ran for 220 yards from the quarterback position with a pair of touchdowns. Senior teammate Ivan Pace Jr. added 58 yards and two scores plus was the game’s top tackler with 12, rarely coming oﬀ the ﬁeld. “No disrespect to the McClain (JuTahn of Fairﬁeld) kid, Ivan Pace is the best all-around football player in the city and probably in the state of Ohio. He’s that guy,” Tom Bolden said. Added Pace Jr, “I just love playing with the team. It doesn’t matter what position, what play it is, I just love playing with this team, playing with my brothers and working hard.” For St. Xavier, Chris Payne closed out his Bomber career with 136 yards on the ground and the Bombers lone touchdown on a 30-yard reception from Matthew Rueve. “How ‘bout our defense?” Tom Bolden asked reporters. “How about our defense doing what they do? All night oﬀensively, Ivan (Pace Jr.) in beast mode, Deante (Smith-Moore) doing what he does? I’m really proud how they prepared. “That’s a really good football team (St. Xavier). We’ve played 19 times in 12 years. They know us, we know them. We just happened to know them a little bit more tonight.” It was the eighth playoﬀ meeting between Bolden and Bombers coach Steve Specht and the ﬁfth in a row (2014-2018). “Tommy’s got a really good squad offensively,” Specht said of the Cardinals. “It’s going to be tough for people to stop Colerain’s oﬀense. They were the better See COLERAIN , Page 2B
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SHORT HOPS Shelby Dermer
Football Matthew Rueve threw a 30-yard touchdown pass to Chris Payne in St. Xavier’s 35-9 ﬁrst-round playoﬀ loss to Colerain Nov. 2. Moeller fell to Elder in the ﬁrst round of the playoﬀs 35-0 Nov. 2. Dae’von Bryant ran for 41 yards and a score and Deshaun McEntire threw a touchdown in Deer Park’s 49-14 ﬁrstround playoﬀ loss to Coldwater Nov. 2. John Mark Williams ran for 163 rushing yards and two touchdowns in Indian Hill’s 63-28 ﬁrst-round playoﬀ win over Waverly Nov. 3.
Cole Fisher threw for 216 yards and four touchdowns in CHCA’s 49-42 ﬁrstround playoﬀ win over West Jeﬀerson Nov. 3. Madeira bowed to Greeneview 31-28 Nov. 3 in the ﬁrst round of the postseason. MVCA fell to Crestview 51-30 Nov. 3 in the ﬁrst round of the postseason.
Girls Soccer Loveland bowed to Mason 2-1 on penalty kicks in the Division I regional semiﬁnals Oct. 30. Anna Podojil scored twice in Indian Hill’s 3-0 win over Summit Country Day in the Division II regional semiﬁnals Oct. 30. Indian Hill outlasted Alter on penalty kicks Nov. 3 for its third regional title in four years.
Madeira fell to Lehman Catholic 3-1 in the Division III regional semiﬁnals Oct. 30. Lawson Renie and Kate Brock scored twice in Cincinnati Country Day’s 4-1 win over Anna in the Division III regional semiﬁnals Oct. 30. CCD captured a Division III regional title with a 3-0 shutout win over Lehman Catholic Nov. 3.
scored twice in Summit Country Day’s regional-championship win over McNicholas Nov. 3. Ryan Lienhart scored twice in Madeira’s 2-0 win over Seven Hills in the Division III regional semiﬁnal Oct. 31. Madeira bowed to Dayton Christian 3-2 in a Division III regional ﬁnal Nov. 3.
Mount Notre Dame edged Mercy McAuley in ﬁve sets in the Division I regional semiﬁnals Nov. 1. Ursuline handled St. Ursula in straight sets in the Division I regional semiﬁnals Nov. 1. Ursuline beat Mount Notre Dame in ﬁve sets Nov. 3 for a Division I regional championship.
Moeller blanked Anderson 4-0 Oct. 31 in the Division I regional semiﬁnals. Moeller captured its ﬁrst-ever Division I regional title with a 3-0 win over Turpin Nov. 3. Summit Country Day edged Tippecanoe 2-1 Oct. 31 in the Division II regional semiﬁnals. Doug Simpson
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football team tonight.” After stalling on their opening drive, St. Xavier struck ﬁrst when Jared Kreimer’s punt was downed at the 2-yard line. On the ﬁrst Colerain carry by Syncere Jones, he was tackled in the end zone by Wiles Dolle for a Bomber safety. St. Xavier wouldn’t score again until 58 seconds remaining in the game. On Colerain’s next possession, SmithMoore ripped oﬀ a 41-yard draw play run to the Bombers 3-yard line. From there, Pace Jr. drove in and Colerain went up 7-2 after the extra point. The Cardinals would punch another in before quarter’s end when Smith-Moore scored on a 5yard sweep. After a fumble forced by Luke Bolden and recovered by Alonzo Kendricks, JJ Davis ran in from 6 yards away early in the second quarter for a 21-2 lead. St. Xavier, who started Matthew Rueve at quarterback, tried receiver Jared Kreim-
Ivan Pace Jr. of Colerain shows the football after scoring a touchdown against St. X in the OHSAA DI Region 4 Playoffs Friday at Colerain High School. MICHAEL NOYES FOR THE ENQUIRER
er some, but couldn’t get close to the goal line. Wyatt Hudepohl, who had started
most of the season did not play as he’s been battling illness.
The Cardinals created further distance when Smith-Moore opened the second half with an 80-yard dash to the promised land for a 28-2 lead. St. Xavier threatened midway through the third quarter from the goal line but was eventually stopped at 4th-and-3 when Rueve’s pass to Chris Payne was broken up by the Cardinals. Another long run by Smith-Moore and a pass inside the 10 to Freddie Johnson, set up Pace Jr. with a 3-yard score to bring on Colerain’s familiar running clock at 35-2. Late in the game Rueve connected with Payne from 30 yards away for St. Xavier’s ﬁrst oﬀensive touchdown, but it came with less than 60 seconds left on the clock. St. Xavier ﬁnishes with a 5-6 losing record, but rallied from a 2-4 start to qualify for the Division I playoﬀs. “It’s been an up and down season but I’m proud of them,” Specht said of the Bombers. “They could’ve packed it in and they didn’t pack it in. They kept ﬁghting and clawing and scraping and we had to claw ourselves in (the playoﬀs).”
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The deer are very fast, be careful when you are driving Ole Fisherman George Rooks Guest columnist
Howdy folks, A lady told me she went to feed her cats that are away from her house and it was about 5:30 a.m. She heard something land on a fence post. It was a barred owl, but it didn’t bother her. This was the ﬁrst time this has ever happened. I have heard of owls hollering at night. A neighbor that has a deer stand close to me said he saw a bobcat walking close to my place. There seems to be more wildlife now than there ever has been. It’s time to start feeding the birds. Last Monday I went to the Grants Farm to get some lime for the raised beds. The tomatoes need the calcium for the bloom rot. A neighbor gave me a bunch of baskets they got from the Grants Farm with produce in them, they asked me if I would take them back to the Grants. Last Monday I took them back then I got some patties for the honeybees. So, they could have that to eat instead of the honey. I put sugar water on both hives. The frost has taken a lot of the pollen the honeybees eat, so it is time for me to start feeding the bees. Speaking of feeding, I went to the North Side Baptist Church for a chili cook-oﬀ. It was good. There was a good crowd.
I talked to Mike at the bait shop in Afton. They had the ﬁsh oﬀ tournament for the crappie last weekend. The total weight for both days was close to 12 pounds. That is good. The ﬁshing in the lake is good. The lake is down to winter pool and the water is nice and clear. Mike said the deer harvest has been good so far. Several nice bucks and several does have been taken. I have seen some little ones laying along the road that have been hit so be very careful when you’re driving. I know they can be in front of you quickly. I made note that Paula and I were meeting friends at the Copper Blue Restaurant in Milford last week. By golly, that is a wonderful restaurant. The service and food were wonderful. I think we will go back there again. I was down to Poochie’s last week for a birthday meal for my friend Dan. Now on Dec. 18, the Poochie’s Restaurant is having a special meal and music. There will be turkey, mashed taters, green beans, corn, sweet potato casserole, stuﬃng and drinks. I asked the lady is it ready yet? I expect to be there. Any of their meals are great. The service is good, and you are always served with a smile. Now Mr. Chester (cat) is good. He is laying on the register while the furnace is running. Start your week by going to the house of worship of your choice and praising the good Lord. God bless all . . . More later . . . George Rooks is a retired park ranger, Rooks served for 28 years with the last ﬁve as manager of East Fork State Park.
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COLUMBIA TOWNSHIP 6838 Hurd Ave.: Shively Megan E to Wagers-Acosta Vanessa J & Augusto; $99,000.
DEER PARK 3716 Frontenac Ave.: Donovan Jennifer Michelle & Eric Wayne Scheer to Brumley Campbell Jacklyn & Troy; $195,000. 3925 Galbraith Road: Meranda Thomas A & Ethel J Meranda Co-trustees to Spinazzola Daniel I Tr; $117,000. 4049 Lansdowne Ave.: Behler Sarah M to Craftsman Properties LLC; $84,000. 4049 Lansdowne Ave.: Craftsman Properties LLC to Bearcat Ventures LLC; $94,900. 7728 Monticello Ave.: Keller Ryan M to
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Slee Katherine; $245,000. 3175 Markbreit Ave.: Freeze William David & Wendy Dage to Mcilvain Beth Ann & Douglas James; $252,900.
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THINGS TO DO IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD
WEDNESDAY, NOV. 7 Comedy Pro-Am Night Go Bananas, 8410 Market Pl Lane, Montgomery.
Health & Wellness Healthy-Steps: Lebed Method 10:30-11:30 a.m., Cancer Support Community, 4918 Cooper Road, Blue Ash. Free. Tai Chi noon-1 p.m., Cancer Support Community, 4918 Cooper Road, Blue Ash. Free.
SUNDAY, NOV. 11
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Literary & Books
6:30 p.m., River Hills Christian Church, 6300 Price Road, Loveland.
Preschool Storytime 10:30-11 a.m., Loveland Branch Library, 649 Loveland Madeira Road, Loveland. Free. reverbnation.com/venue/551803.
Food & Wine
Other & Miscellaneous Curl Power Workshop- All curls are welcome! 5 p.m., Aveda Store, 7875 Montgomery Road , STE R33, Cincinnati. Knitting, Crochet & Fiber Arts 9:30-11:30 p.m., Cancer Support Community, 4918 Cooper Road, Blue Ash. Open Art Studio: Watercolors 1-3 p.m., Cancer Support Community, 4918 Cooper Road, Blue Ash.
THURSDAY, NOV. 8 Business & Networking Annual Awards Dinner 5:30 p.m., Montgomery Inn, 9440 Montgomery Road, Montgomery.
A Survey of Cru Beaujolais 5:30 p.m., Water Tower Fine Wines, 6136 Campus Lane, Mount Washington. $15. Friday Night Tasting - Gobble! Gobble! Thanksgiving Wines 5 p.m., The Wine Merchant, 3972 Edwards Road, Oakley. 10.00.
Health & Wellness Beauty with Avi 10 a.m.-noon, Cancer Support Community, 4918 Cooper Road, Blue Ash. Felted Holiday Decorations 1-3 p.m., Cancer Support Community, 4918 Cooper Road, Blue Ash. Zumba Gold noon-1 p.m., Cancer Support Community, 4918 Cooper Road, Blue Ash. Free.
Kids & Family
manaBabies story time 10:30-11 a.m., Blue Manatee Children’s Bookstore, 3094 Madison Road, Oakley. Free.
Good Bye Cam O’Connor Go Bananas, 8410 Market Pl Lane, Montgomery.
Literary & Books
Health & Wellness
Discovery Station 10:30-11:30 a.m., Loveland Branch Library, 649 Loveland Madeira Road, Loveland. Free.
Pilates 12:30 p.m.-1:30 p.m., Cancer Support Community, 4918 Cooper Road, Blue Ash. Free. Relaxation and Guided Imagery 5-6 p.m., Cancer Support Community, 4918 Cooper Road, Blue Ash. Free. Understanding HER2+ Breast Cancer Recurrence 6:30-7:30 p.m., Cancer Support Community, 4918 Cooper Road, Cincinnati, Ohio 45242, 4918 Cooper Road, Blue Ash. Free. Yoga 2-3 p.m., Cancer Support Community, 4918 Cooper Road, Blue Ash. Free.
Literary & Books How-To For Tweens 4-5 p.m., Loveland Branch Library, 649 Loveland Madeira Road, Loveland. Free. Young Adult Writing Club 6 p.m., Loveland Branch Library, 649 Loveland Madeira Road, Loveland. Free.
Other & Miscellaneous Oh Behave! 7 p.m., Blue Ash Recreation Center, 4433 Cooper Road, Blue Ash. Free.
Performing Arts Conversation and Performance by Rolling Stones Keyboardist Chuck Leavell 11 a.m.-12:30 p.m., Montgomery Inn, 9440 Montgomery Road, Montgomery. For ticket information call 513-684-1632.
Sales & Retail Holiday Used Book Sale 10 a.m., Anderson Township Branch Library, 7450 State Road, Sherwood.
FRIDAY, NOV. 9 Comedy Chad Daniels Go Bananas, 8410 Market Pl Lane, Montgomery. $18. Friday-Saturday, 7:30 and 10 p.m. Saturday is 21-up.
Concerts & Tour Dates Stories and Songs with Craig Aven & Tommy Walker
Comedy On Tour All-Stars Comedy Showcase Go Bananas, 8410 Market Pl Lane, Montgomery.
Concerts & Tour Dates Salute to the US Military: A Concert Honoring Veterans 3-4 p.m., Matthews Auditorium, 150 Viking Way, Sharonville.
MONDAY, NOV. 12 Health & Wellness Enneagram Workshop 6:30-8 p.m., Cancer Support Community, 4918 Cooper Road, Blue Ash. Free. Mindfulness Meditation 11:15 a.m.-12:15 p.m., Cancer Support Community, 4918 Cooper Road, Blue Ash. Free. YCat Chair Yoga 10-11 a.m., Cancer Support Community, 4918 Cooper Road, Blue Ash. Free. Yoga 5:30-6:20 p.m., Cancer Support Community, 4918 Cooper Road, Blue Ash. Free.
Literary & Books Meet the MakerSpace 6 p.m., Loveland Branch Library, 649 Loveland Madeira Road, Loveland. Free. cincinnatilibrary.org. Toddler Storytime 10:30-11 a.m., Loveland Branch Library, 649 Loveland Madeira Road, Loveland. Free.
Performing Arts Linton Chamber Music: CSO Friends & Anna Polonsky 7:30-9:30 p.m., Congregation Beth Adam, 10001 Loveland Madeira Road, Loveland. $35.
Religion & Spirituality
SATURDAY, NOV. 10
Spirituality and Sustainability: It’s Time To Take Action Together. 7-8:30 p.m., Good Shepherd Catholic Church Montgomery, 8815 East Kemper Road, Montgomery. 513-531-7336. good-shepherd.org.
Concerts & Tour Dates
TUESDAY, NOV. 13
Ellen Mershon 9 a.m., Prince of Peace Lutheran Church, 101 South Lebanon Road, Loveland. The Night Owls 8 p.m., Silverton Cafe, 7201 Montgomery Road, Silverton.
Health & Wellness
Women’s Conference 8:30 a.m.-3 p.m., Armstrong Chapel United Methodist Church, 5125 Drake Road, The Village of Indian Hill. $50. Reservations due by Nov. 4. armstrongchapel.org/women.
Gentle Yoga 10-11 a.m., Cancer Support Community, 4918 Cooper Road, Blue Ash. Free. Healthy-Steps: Lebed Method 6-7 p.m., Cancer Support Community, 4918 Cooper Road, Blue Ash. Free. Line Dancing 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m., Cancer Support Community, 4918 Cooper Road, Blue Ash. Free. Over-eaters Anonymous 7-8 p.m., Montgomery Assembly of God, 7950 Pfeiffer Road, Montgomery. Free.
Literary & Books
Winter Porch Pot Workshop 1:30-2:30 p.m., Benken Florist, Home & Garden Center, 6000 Plainfield Road, Silverton.
Tales to Tails 4 p.m., Loveland Branch Library, 649 Loveland Madeira Road, Loveland. Free.
Conferences & Tradeshows
Food & Wine Kid’s Cooking Class: Calzones & Mini Pumpkin Pies 10 a.m., Maggiano’s Little Italy, 7875 Montgomery Road, Kenwood.
Fundraising & Charity 2018 P4KR MASQUERADE GALA 6:30 p.m., Receptions Banquet Center, 10681 Loveland Madeira Road, Loveland.
Health & Wellness Art of Living Meditation 10-11 a.m., Cancer Support Community, 4918 Cooper Road, Blue Ash. Free.
Holiday Home for the Holidays Craft/Vendor Show 10 a.m.-5 p.m., Sharonville Convention Center, 11355 Chester Road, Springdale. Free admission. St. Vincent Ferrer PTO Holiday Market 10 a.m., St. Vincent Ferrer, 7754 Montgomery Road, Kenwood.
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Judith “Judy” Feltner CINCINNATI - Judith “Judy” Anne Feltner, age 84, a resident of Cincinnati, OH, passed away on October 29, 2018. Judith is survived by children, Carlene Cline (Michael Hall), Craig Feltner (Stefanie), and Glen Feltner (Brooke); grandchildren, Elliot, Wynn, Maddie, Shelby, Claire, Georgia, Jack, and Piper. She is preceded in death by her parents, Arthur Jones and Eleanor Jones; loving husband, James Feltner. Judy was an Ohio State University and Alpha Phi Alumni. She spent a number of years as a speech pathologist with the Cincinnati Public Schools before becoming a homemaker to raise her family. She supported the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra as a long time season ticket holder.
She also volunteered for the Montgomery Beautification and Tree Commission, American Heart Association, and rooted for our Cincinnati Reds. She was known for her smile and contagious laugh. Visiting hours will take place at Spring Grove Funeral Home TriCounty, 11285 Princeton Pike, on Saturday, November 3, 2018 from 10 AM until the time of services at 12:00 PM. She will be laid to rest beside her husband, James Feltner, at Oak Hill Cemetery. In lieu of flowers please make donations in Judith’s name to the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra 1241 Elm St. Cincinnati, OH 45202 or by visiting www.cincinnatisymphony.org. Family and friends may sign the online guestbook or leave a personal note to the family at www.springgrove.org. Arrangements by Spring Grove Funeral Home-Tri County, 11285 Princeton Pike in Springdale.
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Antique Roadshow coming to The Barn
A simple, yet elegant, ribbon bowl is just one of the many pieces offered at Whistle Stop Clay Works. The studio is hosting an Open House Saturday, Nov. 10 from 6 - 8:30 p.m. at 119 Harrison Avenue in Loveland. For information call 513-683-2529 or visit www.whistlestopclayworks.com PROVIDED/BONNIE MCNETT, WHISTLE STOP CLAY WORKS
Studio to host Holiday Open House Whistle Stop Clay Works (Loveland) is pleased to host the ninth annual Holiday Open House on Nov. 10 from 6- 8:30 p.m. The studio, located in historic downtown Loveland, features unique, handmade pottery from local potters, studio instructors, and students. The Open House showcases various artists specializing in functional, decorative, hand built, wheel thrown, sculptural, and whimsical pottery. “This is an opportunity to support local potters and to browse their one of a kind arts and crafts. You can ﬁnd items here not available at typical retail outlets,
like malls or big box stores. In addition, artists will be on hand to answer questions, to talk about the creative process starting with raw clay to glaze ﬁring, and can even take special orders,” says WSCW studio manager, Bonnie McNett. The Open House is Saturday, Nov. 10 from 6-8:30 p.m. at 119 Harrison Ave. in Loveland. There is free parking and light refreshments. For more information call 513- 683-2529 or visit www.whistlestopclayworks.com Bonnie McNett, Whistle Stop Clay Works
Wes Cowan, the internationally-recognized expert in historic Americana and frequent appraiser in the PBS television series Antiques Roadshow, is sending three of his representatives to The Barn, also known as The Woman’s Art Cultural Center (WACC) for a roadshow-style event to beneﬁt the WACC Foundation. The Barn invites registrants to bring a treasured item to the Barn on Nov. 9., then tell the story of the forgotten treasure - passed down in family, unearthed at a ﬂea market, or left behind in an attic. Cowan’s specialists will evaluate the items, and brieﬂy explain what they’re looking for and how they determined its worth. Please note that this estimated evaluation is not an oﬃcial assessment and cannot be used for tax, estate, or other legal purposes, according to Mariemont resident Marie Huenefeld, event coordinator. Cowan’s specialist will examine paintings, prints, pottery, porcelain, glass, folk art, small furniture, silver, jewelry and watches. Photographs are acceptable. Each item will cost $25. Proceeds will help pay for more than 30 public free or low-cost events each year pertaining to the visual and performing arts. To register for the event, go to thebarn.cincyregister.com/cowanroadshow2018. As always, The Barn welcomes walk-ins. The Roadshow runs from 9 a.m. until Noon. The Barn, a newly-renovated facility, is located at 6980 Cambridge Avenue in Mariemont. For more information or to volunteer for this or any other event, go to artatthebarn.org or call 513-272-3700. Kym Schneider Kuenning
City Barbeque offering free meals for vets, troops on Veterans Day Veterans and military receive a free sandwich, two sides, and a drink on Sunday, Nov. 11 City Barbeque will once again commemorate Veterans Day by treating veterans and troops to a meal. All day on Sunday, Nov. 11, all veterans and U.S. military will receive a free sandwich, two sides and a regular beverage, applicable on either dine-in or carryout orders at every City Barbeque location.
“We’re honored every day by the courage, service, and sacriﬁce of our military men and women, and it’s so important to us here at City Barbeque to show our appreciation,” said Rick Malir, CEO and founder of City Barbeque. “We’re excited to share a meal and our thanks on Nov. 11, and to just spend some quality time with those who serve.” City Barbeque fundraises throughout the year for
veterans’ causes. The company has raised almost $40,000 to date for the Resurrecting Lives Foundation, who works to support the estimated 20–25 percent of troops returning from Iraq and Afghanistan with traumatic brain injury. For more information, visit City Barbeque at .citybbq.com, Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter. Kelsey Schottmiller
Summit Park Ice Rink opens Nov. 17 The rink will be open daily through Feb. 18, except for holidays. Operating hours will vary. For a full schedule,
visit BlueAsh.com or SummitParkBlueAsh. com. Breanna Gilroy , City of Blue Ash
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Summit Park’s “coolest” attraction will open to the public for three months, beginning Saturday, Nov. 17 at noon. The ice rink will be located directly underneath the park’s glass canopy, at 4335 Glendale-Milford Road in Blue Ash. Admission to the ice rink is $5 per person and includes skate rental. Children three-years-old and under are free. Skating aids are also available for young children. Beginning in January, skaters will be able to participate in broomball, curling, and pond hockey on the rink. “Summit Park’s ice rink saw an extremely successful debut season last year with more than 8,800 skaters in three months,” says City of Blue Ash Parks & Recreation Director Chuck Funk. “We believe the rink will quickly become a family tradition for people from all over the Greater Cincinnati-area and we are looking forward to more great memories on the ice,” he says. Nanny Belle’s, an ice cream parlor located at Summit Park, will sell snacks, drinks, hand warmers, gloves, and more. Brown Dog Café, Senate, and Tahona Kitchen and Bar will also remain open during their normal business hours.
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1 Cries loudly 2 Greek hero killed by a giant scorpion 3 Who once said, “You wouldn’t have won if we’d beaten you” 4 Win every prize in 5 Green housewarming gift 6 Wordsworth wrote one on immortality 7 Crank up the amp to 11 and go wild 8 Name, as a successor 9 Essentially 10 Many faculty members, in brief 11 Stan who co-created Spider-Man 12 Presented perfectly 13 Courtroom periods 14 Travels by car 15 Touchscreen array 16 Document kept in a safe 17 Untrustworthy sort 18 Sort of 19 Shiny beetle disliked by fruit growers
20 You should avoid feeding on them 28 Food & Wine and Field & Stream 31 Rock musician with a knighthood 32 Deadbeat student at TV’s Highland High 33 “The Lady Is a Tramp” lyricist 34 Stephen King novel with a misspelling in the title 35 Like some tires 36 Shade in the woods 37 Steve who co-created Spider-Man 38 Absorbed 39 Express 40 Muddling through 41 Wearers of white hats 42 Sphere 44 Game featured in 2006’s “Casino Royale” 45 Department of Buildings issuance 47 Became inseparable 48 Selling point? 50 Companies that need help 51 Didn’t bid 52 Ancient Mexicas, e.g. 53 Sister of Tiffany 54 It may be open for business 56 Unkind, as criticism
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DEER PARK 2BR, LR, DR, equipt kit, carpet, A/C, gar, lndry, HEAT PAID $625. Sec. Dep. Req. 513-314-7220
Deer Park 4 fam., 2 BR 2nd flr, extremely clean, fresh paint & carpet, A/C, W/D, no pets/sec. 8. Non smoking building. $675 + sec. dep. 859-384-9072
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Garrison Place- Felicity Senior Apartments. 62 and over. Rent Subsidized, Free Utilities, Secure Building, On-site laundry, Pets Allowed 513-876-3590, TTY 800-750-0750
Loveland - 2BR, near bike trail, quiet secluded, $725/mo. No dogs. 513-609-1860 MT. LOOKOUT 1 & 2 BDRM Grandin Bridge Apartments 513-871-6419
Innovations Subject Matter Expert III needed at International Paper in Loveland, OH. Must have Masters’s in Material Science, Engineering or related & 3 yrs of packaging related project mgmt exp, including: Developing innovative solutions to improve lifetime of corrugated boxes in supply chains; Developing annual budget, team mgmt, monthly reporting; Development of intellectual property. Interested applicants send resumes to Nekita.Davis@ipaper.com. IP is an EOE – M/ F/ D/ V.
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TRAIN SWAP MEET O, S & Std Gauge With Operating Train Layout Ohio River TCA Sat., Nov. 10th, 10:30am-2:00pm American Legion (Greenhills) 11100 Winton Road Admis $5 Adult, 12 & Under Free
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We are collectors seeking toys, prototypes & tools relating to toy development and production! If you were a vendor for any of the major toy companies including Kenner, Mattel, Hasbro, or LJN throughout the 70’s, 80’s, or 90’s please contact us!! ∂ STAR WARS ∂ REAL GHOSTBUSTERS ∂ SUPERPOWERS ∂ M.A.S.K. ∂ MILLION DOLLAR MAN ∂ BATMAN ∂ ALIEN ∂ CARE BEARS
best deal for you... Buying All Vehicles Not Just Junk up $3000 Fair cash price, quick pickup. 513-662-4955 We buy junk cars and trucks cash on the spot û†û 513-720-7982 û†û
93 Cadillac Allante Conv. coupe w/hard top, pearl wht Dove leather interior, 50K, gar. $9900, 513-218-9468 BUYING ALL TYPES OF KENNER TOYS & HISTORICAL MEMORABILIA. Help add to the largest private STAR WARS collection in Ohio! Did you or a family member used to work for Kenner? We are LOCAL paying CASH for prototypes, packaging samples, displays, artwork, paperwork, and toys in all conditions. Heck, we will even buy your KENNER business card! Looking specifically for STAR WARS, M.A.S.K., Jurassic Park, GI Joe, Alien, Stretch Armstrong, The Real Ghostbusters, and most character lines. 1980’s and older only please. Help keep Kenner history here in Cincinnati! Call or text 513.500.4209 - Please leave a voicemail if we don’t answer, or email us at CincyStarWarsCollector@gmail.com . Save this ad- we buy all year !
BUYING CHINA, Crystal, Silverware, DownsizingMoving Estate 513-793-3339 BUYING-RECORD ALBUMS & CDs, METAL, JAZZ, BLUES, ROCK, RAP, INDIE, R&B & REGGAE. 513-683-6985 Freon R12 Wanted:, R12 collecting dust? Certified professional pays CA$H for R12. 3 1 2 - 2 9 1 - 9 1 6 9 , RefrigerantFinders.com, $.. (312)291-9169 sell@refrigera ntfinders.com I BUY STEREO SPEAKERS, PRE AMP, AMP, REEL TO REEL TURNTABLE, ETC. RECORDS, MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS (513) 473-5518 $$$ PAID for LPs, CDs, CASSETTES-ROCK, BLUES, INDIE, METAL, JAZZ, ETC + VINTAGE STEREO EQUIP, DVDs & MEMORABILIA. 50 YRS COMBINED BUYING EXPERIENCE! WE CAN COME TO YOU! 513-591-0123
WAR RELICS US, German, Japanese Uniforms, Helmets, Guns, Swords, Medals Etc, Paying Top Dollar Call 513-309-1347 Adopt Me
FRENCH BULLDOG pups, AKC reg. 2 liters of french blue bull dogs, 1 liter of English 3 Males, 1st shots and wormed. vet checked, 270678-7943 or 270-427-6364 trulocksredgables.com German Shepard pups, AKC reg, wormed, vet checked, POP, socialized w/ children $800 765-309-8584 GERMAN SHEPHERD pups, beautiful, big strong. Imported excellent champ bloodlines, 812-936-5254 email@example.com
Chrysler 2008 Sebring hardtop convertible. 110K mi, mint. FWD, drive year round in ice/snow. $4800. Serious calls only! 513-885-2222
1 BUYER of OLD CARS CLASSIC, ANTIQUE ’30-40-50-60-70s, Running or not. 513-403-7386 Lexus 2002 SC430 Convertible, 112K mi, excellent condition $11,500 È 513-510-1089
LOOKING TO BUY an old foreign project car. In any condition, Running or not. Porsche, Jaguar, Mercedes, Rolls Royce, Ferrari & much more! Fast and easy transaction. Cash on the spot. If you have any of these or any other old foreign cars sitting around call: 703-832-2202
Golden Retriever puppies, full English cream, AKC reg, vet checked, shots, wormed. Born 9/24. Ready to go 11/10. Taking deposits. $1500 859-496-7013
Havanese, Yorkies, Pekingese, Beagles, Poodles, Japanese Chin, Shih Tzus Shots, wormed & vet checked. Blanchester, OH. 937-7259641
Wanted: Vintage Volkswagen Cars, Parts, Signs & Accessories. Air cooled only! Call or Text 513-515-9711
Labrador Retriever, Labrador Retriever- AKC, male and female, $600, 6 wks, chocolate call or text and will send pics shots and dewormed and vet checked (859)588-6727 rodne firstname.lastname@example.org
Labrador Retriever pups, m/f, $600, 7wks, chocolate shots/vet chk. will send pics. call or text (859)588-6727
Labs, English, Male/female, $500, 3 weeks , yellow and black AKC, wormed, shots, ready Nov. 21st (606)7824769 Ask for pics Schnauzer mini, AKC, shots wormed, blk/silver, salt/pepper, 10 wks. $375. Call 937-205-2305
2015 Coachman 22 QB, like new, slideout, electric awning, mic., air, generator. 513-779-2692
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NOTICE OF SYMMES TOWNSHIP ZONING COMMISSION Notice is hereby given that the Zoning Commission of Symmes Township, Hamilton, County, Ohio will hear Symmes #91-2, Symmes Station – At Home Signage, at its meeting scheduled for December 19, 2018 at 7:00 p.m. The Zoning Commission will review an amended application received for Final Development Plan (FDP) to allow demolition of three existing former Sam’s Club monument signs and to replace two of them with new “At Home” monument signs which will be larger than the existing signage. The subject property is located at 9570 Fields Ertel Road, on the north side of Fields Ertel Road ieast of the Fields Ertel and Montgomery Road intersection (Parcel #620-0070-0002). This hearing will be held at the Symmes Township Administration Building, 9323 Union Cemetery Road. Plans are on file and open for the public to inspect. Carol A. Sims, Fiscal Officer Symmes Township LH,Nov7,’18#3226691
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Cold Spring Estate Sale 5147 Winters Ln Cold Springs KY 41076 11/10 & 11/11 Sat 10-4 #’s @ 9:45 Sun 10-4 Contents of house, basement, garage & shed. Globe Wernicke stack bookcases, buffet, chest of drawers, cedar chest, rocker, 2 artist signed end tables, Q brass bed & maple twin bed frames, glass & chrome corner desk, display cases, Wii system, signed & numbered prints, file cabinets, flat screen TV, silver plate flatware sets, pictures, lamps, craft items, holiday & Dept 56 villages, jewelry, rugs, Tiffany style lamp, uggage, misc. chairs & tables, old doors, patio furniture, chrome rolling carts, some hand/power/ yard tools, kitchen & glassware. Too much to list - all priced to sell! Info & picshsestatesales.com or 859-992-0212. Dir- Alexandria Pk(Hwy 27)Industrial Rd- left on Orchard Terrace-right on Winters Ln - no street parking-parking along side of shared driveway
ESTATE SALE Milford 4985 Briarwood Ln. 45244 Fri. 11/9 Sat. 11/10 10:00 – 4:00 both days NUMBERS AVAILABLE AT 8:00 FRIDAY. THIS IS A RELOGISTICS SALE. Beautiful quality furniture, Christmas shop, new women’s clothing, hand tools, cook/kitchenware (some NIB), china, Roseville, flat screen TV, all kinds of household treasures and SO MUCH MORE! Go to relogisticsestateservices.com /estate_sales for more information. DON’T MISS THIS ONE! Credit cards accepted. (Numbers available 8:00 Fri.)
Ohio River Artisans will host their 11th annual Arts & Crafts Show. Nov 11th, 9a-7p. Nov 12th, 9a-3p. Knights of Columbus Hall, 1800 St Rt 125, Amelia, Across from Walmart. Items include: wall hangings, paintings, jewelry, baskets, ornaments, florals, quilts, fiber art, books by Jinny Berton, local author & much more. All items made in the USA. Supporting Safe Harbor of Hope Women’s Charity.
ANDERSON SAMPLE SALE LADIES ACCESSORIES Thurs. Nov. 15, 5pm9:30pm Fri. Nov. 16, 8:30am-7pm Sat. Nov. 17, 8:30am-5pm Famous Maker, Scarves, Hats, Gloves, Socks, Capes, Vests, etc. Location: Clough Methodist Church 2010 Wolfangel & Clough Pk Anderson Twsp. Great Xmas Gifts!
Kenwood- Rummage Sale Good Shepherd Lutheran Church, 7701 Kenwood Rd Saturday, November 10, 8am-1pm Miami Heights, 2940 Affirmed Dr, 45052, Sat & Sun 8-?, Rain or shine! Moving, antiques, electronics, kitchen wares, silk plant, framed art work, womens clothes 6-10, womens shoes & leather boots sz 9, wedding dress, womans winter coats, bikes, & much more. Everything must go! Bring you own bags, boxes & papers MULTIFAMILY HUGE GARAGE SALE 9a-4p, Fri., Nov. 9-11, 571 Locust Corner Rd. off of 9 mile Rd.
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LEGAL NOTICE Sealed proposals will be received at the City of Norwood, 4645 Montgomery Road, Norwood, Ohio 45212 until 11:00 a.m. local time on Friday, November 16, 2018 and will be publicly opened and read aloud immediately thereafter for furnishing all labor, materials and equipment necessary to complete the project known as FOREST AVENUE IMPROVEMENTS. Copies of the Plans, Specifications and Contract Documents may be obtained at JMA Consultants, Inc., 4357 Harrison Avenue, Cincinnati, Ohio 45211 for a nonrefundable fee of $100.00 for each set of documents. Each bidder is required to furnish with its proposal, a Bid Guaranty and Contract Bond in accordance with Section 153.54 of the Ohio Revised Code. Bid security in Bond form shall be issued by a surety company or corporation licensed in the State of Ohio in the full amount of one hundred percent (100%) of the bid amount. Each bid must be submitted in a sealed envelope plainly marked FOREST AVENUE IMPROVEMENTS on the outside of the envelope. Each bid must contain the full name of every person(s) or company interested in the same. The successful bidder, upon receipt of acceptance of their proposal, must furnish 100% Performance Bond and 100% Labor and Material Payment Bond to the Owner. All bidders must comply with the prevailing wage rates on Public Improvements in Hamilton County and the City of Norwood as determined by the Ohio Department of Commerce, Bureau of Wage & Hour Administration. The City of Norwood reserves the right to waive irregularities and to reject any or all bids. EHJ,Oct31,Nov7â€™18#3213623 Legal Notice Notice of Public Sale Per the Judicial Lien Process, IStorage will be holding a public sale, or other disposition of property, FIRST RUN DATE beginning at 10:00 AM for the following storage units. Terms of the sale are cash only. IStorage reserves the right to refuse any and all bids. Payment must be made at the completion of the sale at each location. The sale will held online at Storagetreasures.com see this website for details. 10 a.m. - IStorage, 2201 Moellering Ave. Cin, OH 45214 #1001 Harold and Belinda Goosmann P.O. Box 141135 Cincinnati, OH 45250 Chalkboard, TV, Microphone, tool box, #1011 Moussa Kebe 2358 Harrison Ave Apt #27 Cincinnati, OH 45211 totes, misc. items #1022 Paul McAdams 1968 Westwood Northern Blvd. Apt 3 Cincinnati, OH 45225 movies, safe, coffee table set #1210 Tremayne Turner 2488 Queen City Ave. Apt 9 Cincinnati, OH 45238 punching bag, tote, boxes #1211 Wanda Fain 1936 Montrose Apt 1 Cincinnati, OH 45214 baby walker, totes, suitcase #1215 Peter G Santos 2304 Lehman Rd Cincinnati, OH 45204 laptop, guitars, drill #1216 Shayata Turnage 939 Chateau Ave Apt 1 Cincinnati, OH 45204 bicycle, warming trays, weights #1270 Eric Armstrong 1034 Covedale Ave Cincinnati, OH 45238 mattresses, dresser, boxes #1277 Alicia Harrison 217 Kinsey Ave Apt 2 Cincinnati, OH 45219 smoker, A/C Unit, bags #1302 Marika Johnson 1711 Pulte St Cincinnati, OH 45225 exercise machine, baskets, baby mobile #1307 Iesha Briggs 3812 West 8th St. Cincinnati, OH 45205 sectional, heaters, mattresses #1333 Michael Deward 2838 Harrison Ave. Cincinnati, OH 45211 Lazy Boy, couch, TV #1405 William Becker 19 Iron Woods Dr Cincinnati, OH 45239 bike, skis, tires #1406 Dellena Johnson 1919 Wyoming Ave Apt 68 Cincinnati, OH 45205 flatscreen TV, bar stool, mattress #1434 Martino Harris 2217 Harrison Ave Apt 3 Cincinnati, OH 45211 TVs, bags, cabinets #1454 Carrie Williams 2371 Harrison Ave Apt 311 Cincinnati, OH 45211 speaker, plant, dresser #1474 Dominique Bailey 7846 Clovernook Ave Cincinnati, OH 45231 futon, totes, kid toys #1502 Patricia Crawford 644 Dayton Apt 4 Cincinnati, OH 45214 couch, mattress, chairs #1506 Gregory Foster 2897 Haison Ave Cincinnati, OH 45211 bicycles, tool box, totes #1531 Brittney Billings 7819 Glen Orchard Dr Cincinnati, OH 45237 couch, A/C unit, TV #1705 Greg Pence 26 Carneal St Ludlow, KY 41016 couch, dresser, boxes #1715 Natalie Ridley 726 Hawthorne Ave 2nd FL Cincinnati, OH 45205 carpet cleaner, tool box, ladder #2048 Deanne Steele 1861 Denham St Cincinnati, OH 45225 deep freezer, couch, grill #205 Tracy Scheidt 1535 Grove St Cincinnati, OH 45225 boxes, table, kid toys #2202 Shakeisha Robinson 1675 First Ave Apt 1 Cincinnati, OH 45205 dresser, bags, art work #2207 Tiesha Bell 4470 Guerley Ave Cincinnati, OH 45238 mattress, box spring, football helmet #221 Ryan Ferrell 1269 Ross Ave Cincinnati, OH 45250 bags, boxes, tool box #2218 Joseph Simmons 8484 Smallwood Ln Cincinnati, OH 45236 boxes, totes, suitcase #2219 Mesha Fountain 1004 Seton Ave Apt 2 Cincinnati, OH 45205 couch, totes, chest #2267 Arleliah A Fox 3315 Bassett Rd Cincinnati, OH 45205 microwave, A/C unit, chair #2269 William Hall 3061 Westbrook Dr Cincinnati, OH 45238 chair, clothes #306 Sara Adams 273
Fairbanks Ave Apt 22 Cincinnati, OH 45204 Fridge, chairs, shelves #605 Branden Pouncy 3160 River Rd Cincinnati, OH 45204 couch, love seat, tables #716 Eric Cephas 660 Straight St Apt 22 Cincinnati, OH 45219 mattresses, cart #704 Eric Cephas 660 Straight St Apt 22 Cincinnati, OH 45219 mattresses #818 Ashley Hall 3319 Hewitt Crescent Cincinnati, OH 45207 TVs, lawn mower, suitcase #828 Raymond Jones P.O. Box 2201 Cincinnati, OH 45202 table, dresser, microwave #924 Destiny Robinson 10201 Cardigan Dr. Union, KY 41091 mattress, box spring, table #929 Aaliyah West 1560 Tremont St Apt 2 Cincinnati, OH 45214 kid toys, stool #951 Johnny Hosch, Jr. 3598 Washington Ave. Apt 3A Cincinnati, OH 45229 table, vase, cookware. 10 a.m. IStorage, 4900 Franklin Ave. Norwood, OH 45212 #120 Lashonda Kimbrough 5124 Reading Rd Apt A Cinti OH 45237-tables, rug; #122 Reggie Gates 1429 Laurel Park Dr Cinti OH 45214-car; #132 Betty Bowers 5243 Lillian Dr Cinti OH 45237-household items; #139 Christopher Hammons 9378 S Mason Montgomery Rd Apt 242 Mason OH-Furniture, boxes; #245 Andrew Kingery 6642 Epworth Rd Loveland OH 45140-household items; #305 Paul Schmidt PO Box 12428 Norwood OH 45212Tools; #312 Animations 3059 Madison Rd Cinti OH 45209pool table; #413 Eric Williams 6506 Hasler Ln Apt 8 Cinti OH 45216-household items; #419 Javette Mackey 245 E Centennial Pkwy Apt 3142 N Las Vegas NV 89084household items; #703 Angela Alderson 155 Continental Dr Spartanburg SC 29302records; #811 Sanchez Bennett 11651 Norbourne Unit 501 Cinti OH 45240-Furniture, boxes; #827 Shonise DeVaughn 1643 Westwood Ave Cinti OH 45214Furniture, household; #928 Arquimes Morales-Santos 856 Jasper St Springfield OH 45503-Furniture, tools; #937 Jamille Williams 3048 Gilbert Ave Apt 4 Cinti OH 45212-boxes; #1038 Tahanna Edwards 5594 Gardenhill Ln Cinti OH 45232-boxes; #1054 David Pankey 3851 Vine St Cinti OH 45217-Furniture, boxes; #1056 Bennie Byrd 2627 Montant Ave Apt 41 Cinti OH 45211-furniture, bags; #1101 Dawn McDonald 1948 Dalewood Pl Cinti OH 45237-boxes; #1125 Guy Stichtenoth PO Box 128723 Cinti OH 45212-Furniture, totes; #1309 Charles Leonard 3431 Wabash Ave Cinti OH 45207-furniture, boxes; #1312 Lakia Nelms 23 Park Pl Cinti OH 45217-Furniture, boxes; #1410 Mary Cole 3715 Borden St Unit 2 Cinti OH 45223-Furniture, boxes; #1521 Mohammad Omran 3500 Reading Rd Cinti OH 45229restaurant equip; #1609 Allen Graham 5810 Elsie Ave Cinti OH 45224-furniture, boxes; #1633 Tamara Warford 1321 Laidlaw Ave Apt 3 Cinti OH 45237-furniture, boxes; #1651 Shanice Gibson 1714 Andina Ave Apt 2 Cinti OH 45237Furniture, stove; #1666 Robin Marshall 119 Woolper Ave Cinti OH 45220-Boxes, tools; #1804 Bonnie Long 2739 Harris Ave Apt 1 Cinti OH 45212Boxes; #1813 Peter Preston 1581 Summit Rd Apt 18 Cinti OH 45237-Furniture, totes; #1825 Crystal Bell PO Box 128735 Cinti OH 45212furniture, boxes; #2018 Mildred Wilson 4114 28th St Cinti OH 45209-furniture, boxes; #2120 Stella Tallant 302 Cleveland Ave Saint Bernard OH 45217-furniture, boxes; #2126A Genii Baker 417 Southview Ave Cinti OH 45219-furniture, boxes; #2211 Jewel Jackson 440 Fetters Rd West Union OH 45693furniture, totes; #2406 Amanda Mills 8478 Monroe
OFFICIAL PUBLICATION Ave Cinti OH 45236-furniture, boxes.10 a.m. IStorage, 2140 Stapleton Court. Forest Park, OH 45240 Unit #116 Vincent King 6853 Zellners pl Hamilton OH 2Motocycles China cabinet matteress, Vaccum, Saw; Unit # 122 Hammons, Christopher 9378 S.Mason Mongomery rd 24Mason, OH 45040 Shelves &Boxes; Unit #123Elbe, Julie 10777 Sprucehill Dr Cincinnati, OH 45240 Couch Set Totes Diningroom Table etc; Unit# 301 Ricks, Robin5 January Ct Cincinnati, OH 45218 Shoes Suitcase etc.Unit #509 Harkness, Nicholas8286 Springdew dr apt 1Cincinnati, OH 45231Couch Trash Can End Tables; Unit #523 Hodge, Marvin11711 Princeton Pikeste 341 box 298 Cincinnati, OH 45246Bed Set, Futon, Dresser. Koolers, Totes etc.; Unit #1001 Pace, Ivan3195 Harrylee LnCincinnati, OH 45239Refrigerator, Toolbox, Bike, Tires, Rims, Tools, Dishwasher, Etc.; Unit #1105Whittle, Simone4035 Ledgewood Drapt 2Cincinnati, oh 45220 Bed Box spring etc; Unit #1118 Smith, Penny11651 Norbourne DrApt 1508Cincinnati, OH 45240 Clothes, Suitcase, Boxes, Bags;Unit#1019Hauser, Jason12058 Elkwood Ct Cincinnati, OH 45240China Cabinet Mirror ac unit washer; Unit# 1210 Itko, Jordan1500 Yarmouth aveCincinnati, OH 45237 Box Trash; Unit #1432Riley, Johnathan7752 Montgomery RdUnit 52Cincinnati, Oh 45236 Car bed, Unit #1708 Hill, Roger2080 Woodtrail Dr. Apt. 12Fairfield, OH 45014golf clubs, boat, boat trailer, snow blower, boat motor and 2 4-wheelers vase grill sweeper Mattetress set;Unit#1903Butler, Leandre1411 Riga Court Cincinnati, Oh 45240 Bed boxspring,etc; Unit# 1917Delaine, Danielle1529 Mandarin Dr Cincinnati, OH 45240Designer Fashion Hats,Clothing,Assorted items etc.; Unit#1918Best, Melinda4694 Cemetery Road Unit 147 Hilliard, OH 43026 Recliner, Office Chair, Boxes, Bags, Shelf; Unit# 2014Summers, Timothy5875 Monfort Hills AvenueApt 2Cincinnati, OH 45239Tv bed rails clothes; Unit #2603Hardy, Brian6705 Iris AveCincinnati, OH 45213Boxes, bike, pictures; Unit #2609Huber, Angela3212 Elman Dr Apt CMiddletown, OH 450443Couch microwave,bed set Unit #3304A Allen, Ramona11444 Lincolnshire DrCincinnati, OH 45240Dresser, smallDog cage,Couches,Grill Boxs etc.; Unit #3305Jackson, Daniel2716 Merritview DrCincinnati, OH 45239Ladder,, Vaccum, Kids Toys,Dresser,Misc Bags; Unit#3421 Zimmermann, Jenna4497 Golf DR Windsor, WI 535983 Washer,Chairs,Vaccum,Tote s; Unit #3426Green, Rosemary38 Woodhill Dr Springboro, OH 45066 Washer,Bed,etc. 10 a.m. IStorage, 9805 Wilkins Blvd. Mason, OH 45040 #415 Michael Grove 11051 Centennial Ave Cin OH 45242- 5 tvs, chairs, shelf, mattress, queen split box springs, couch, card table, boxes; #605 William Chambers 478 Lexington Drive Cin OH 45241Skateboard, totes, bags, boxes, golf clubs, coleman grills and file cabinet; #1046 Huma Khan 8767 Weller Rd Cin OH 45249table and chairs; #1210 Michele Senters-Bishop 6150 Greenfield Dr Mason OH 45040- toolbox, file cabinet, stereo, roll top desk, fridge, chairs, china hutch; #1511 James Sims 283 Center St Groveport OH 43125- drawer shelf, duffle bag, misc; #1607A Cassandra Lewis 8079 Raintree Circle West Chester OH 45241- boxes, dresser, washer, dryer, couch, loveseat, bed frame, computer, printer, leather chair, armoire, lamps, bookshelf, ab rocker, stereo equipment; #1822 Lowell Hacker 359 Belmont Ct Lebanon OH 45036- couch, chair, totes, paint, shopvac, lamp, carseat, washer; #1911 Bryan Darby 8151 Chelton Lane Cin OH 45249- bikes, couch, bed frames, mattresses, xmas decorations, chairs, stroller, suitcase, shelves, household items. 10 a.m. IStorage, 8900 Rossash Rd. Blue Ash, OH 45236 Unit 2107 James Cox 10216 Dewhill Lane Cin. OH 45251 couch & chairs, Unit 2079 James Cox 10216 Dewhill Lane Cin OH 45251 chair dresser and totes, Unit 3090 Cynthia Dangerfield 1128 Laidlaw Ave Cin OH 45237 boxes tv and dryer, Unit 3062 Anita Kiser 17-8 E North St Apt #8 Reading OH 45215 totes instrument cases and chair, Unit 2104 Sara Mullins 309 Walnut St Reading OH 45215 tv chairs and boxes, Unit 4098 Kelly Starr 3208 Gilbert Ave #2 Cin OH 45207 scooter bicycle and mattress, Unit 207 Brian Stocker 7482 Ross Ave Cin OH 45237
OFFICIAL PUBLICATION trampoline and boxes, Unit 210 Cynthia Booth 10250 Alliance Rd st223 Cin OH 45242 Kitchen supplies and appliances. 10 a.m. IStorage, 4721 Madison Rd. Cin, OH 45227: #2120 Duhart, Wellon 8701 Moringstar Ln Cin, OH 45231 Clothes, bags, boxes, a/c unit; #3015 Gross, Tarrell 1284 Madeleine Circle Cin, OH 45231 blanket, bag, clothes; #2166 Steele, Ronasheâ€™ 5426 Whestle Ave, Cin, OH 45227 Bags, boxes, lounge chair, shoes, microwave; #4075 Thioub, Kiyawmi 3543 Dick Street Cin, OH 45220 boxes and table. 10 a.m. IStorage, 888 North Bend Rd. Cin, OH 45224 112 Longmire, Kera 1561 Ruth Av, Cin 45207 Furniture, washer/dryer, Bedroom Furniture, Mattress: 120 Byrd, Rhonda 508 Oak St., Cin, 45216 â€“ Lamp, TV, Couch, Space Heater, VCR Tapes, Dresser, Totes, Kids Toys: 1088 Kilgore, Marcia 8211 W. Galbraith Pointe Ln. Apt. F, Cin, 45231 â€“ Trophys, Clothes, Luggage, Book Shelf, Dressers, Boxes: 1100 Beckley, Teauna, 1040 Groesbeck Apt. 2, Cin, 45224 â€“ TV, Hello Kitty Kids Car, Bags, Microwave, Easy Bake Oven, Entertainment Center, Mattresses, Box Springs, Shelves, Keyboard, Pictures, Speakers, End Tables, Clothes: 2099 Larkin, Sandra 8353 Anthony Wayne Ave, Cin, 45216 â€“ Bags, Dresser, Mattress, 2 Box Springs, TV: 2209 Andrew, Andrea 5439 Newfield Dr, Cin, 45237 â€“ Boxes, Totes, Mattresses, Chest, Rug, Misc: 2233 Rochelle, Antionette 7804 Joseph St. Apt. 3, Cin, 45231 â€“ Furniture, Aquarium, Dresser, Hutch, Misc: 2011 Baker, Cecil 1506 West North Bend Rd. Apt. 10, Cin, 45224 â€“ Clothes, Books, Bags, Table, Misc: 2084 Laster, Brittany 4248 Langley Ave. Apt. 1, Cin, 45217 â€“ Fan, Furniture, Boxes, Bags, DVDâ€™s, Clothes. 10 a.m. IStorage, 2360 Galbraith Rd. Reading, OH 45237 Unit 2107 James Cox 10216 Dewhill Lane Cin. OH 45251 couch & chairs, Unit 2079 James Cox 10216 Dewhill Lane Cin OH 45251 chair dresser and totes, Unit 3090 Cynthia Dangerfield 1128 Laidlaw Ave Cin OH 45237 boxes tv and dryer, Unit 3062 Anita Kiser 17-8 E North St Apt #8 Reading OH 45215 totes instrument cases and chair, Unit 2104 Sara Mullins 309 Walnut St Reading OH 45215 tv chairs and boxes, Unit 4098 Kelly Starr 3208 Gilbert Ave #2 Cin OH 45207 scooter bicycle and mattress, Unit 207 Brian Stocker 7482 Ross Ave Cin OH 45237 trampoline and boxes, Unit 210 Cynthia Booth 10250 Alliance Rd st223 Cin OH 45242 Kitchen supplies and appliances. 10 a.m. IStorage, 5418 North Bend Rd. Cheviot, OH 45247 #260 - Bertram, Connie - 2991 North Bend Road Cin, OH 45239 - Boxes, Tv stand, Mattress, Totes; #428 - Hunter, Jeff - 5009 Lord Alfred Ct. Cin, OH 45241 - Lamps, Totes, Boxes, Matresses, Bags; #829-Pauley, Candace Grace - 4419 Ridgeview Ave. apt 1 Cin, OH 45238 - Tvâ€™s, head board, bed, furniture, boxes; #284 - Halfacre, Prentice - 3009 Westwood Blvd Cin, OH 45211 - Couch, Mattresses, Totes, Bags, Chairs; #345 - Beckley, Tamir - 1040 Groesbeck Rd. Cin, OH 45224 - Mattresses, Vacume, shelving, clothes, totes, bags, ac unit; #505 Reynolds, Nathaniel - 4797 N. Bend Rd. Cin, OH 45211 â€“ Bags; #618 - Berning, Angela - 3832 Church Ln Cin, OH 45211 - Couch, Bike, Furniture, Totes; #682 - Banks, Stephanie - 6981 April Dr. Cin, OH 45239 â€“ Washer/Dryer, trophies, bags, mattresses; #812 Bradley, Tiara 5436 Philloret Dr. Cin, OH 45239 Washer / Dryer, chairs; #746 â€“ Bradley, Tiara â€“ 5436 Philloret Dr. Cin, OH 45239 â€“ Couches, coffee table, cushions; #918 - Burns, Jason 5323 Eastknoll Court Cinti, OH 45239 - electronics, monitors, jumper cables, step stool; #923 - Jones, Tony 8323 Firefly Way Indianapolis, IN 46259 - Totes, China Cabinet, Drywall, Furniture. LH,Oct31,Nov7,â€™18#3222520
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St. Cinti OH 45202 Restaurant Equipment Jay Rodgers 209 East 12th St. Cinti OH 45202 Restaurant Equipment Chandler Luke 5480 Glengate Lane #7 Cincinnati, OH 45212 Hsld
Blue Ash Rd. Blue Ash, OH 45242 Hsld
Furn/Mach/Equip, Lndscpng/Cnstrctn equip Rebecca
Blue Ash Rd. Blue Ash, OH 45242 Hsld
Furn/Mach/Equip, Lndscpng/Cnstrctn equip Tammy
Collett 6160 Ridge
Ave #2 Cinti OH 45213 Hsld gds/Furn Taâ€™Shyra
Craig 1535 Bur-
dette Court Cincinnati, OH 45206 Hsld gds/Furn Michael Watkins 5005 Wesley Ave Norwood, OH 45212 Hsld gds/Furn Kelly
bine ave apt 4 Cincinnati, OH 45216 3600 Red Bank Road Cincin-
nati, OH 45227 (513) 271-0742
Ave. Norwood, Ohio 45212
Avenue Cincinnati, OH 45212 Hsld
Ave. Norwood, Ohio 45212
Lewis 6281 Robinson
Hsld gds/Furn, Other: Boxes
Ave. Cincinnati, OH 45212
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Jenny Kincaid 2748 Madison
Richard Robinson 8247 wood-
Russell 2508 beech-
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Ave Cincinnati, Ohio 45212
John Godsey 3826
Joseph Hameed 3903 E Gate-
Ellis 280 Lawndale
Ave Apt. #11 Harrison, Ohio
Godsey 3826 Spencer
Ave Cincinnati, OH 45219
wood Ln Apt 1 Cincinnati,
Austin Palmer 2665 Belview
Montgomery Rd Cincinnati,
nati, OH 45209 (513) 631-0290
Catherine Williams 221 Har-
2950 Robertson Ave. CincinCostello 202 Lyness
Milton 2015 Mills
Rowley 1320 Duncan
ave Cincinnati, OH 45227
LEGAL NOTICE Sealed proposals will be received at the Village of St. Bernard, 110 Washington Avenue, St. Bernard, Ohio 45217 until 11:00 a.m. local time on Thursday, November 15, 2018 and will be publicly opened and read aloud immediately thereafter for furnishing all labor, materials and equipment necessary to complete the project known as DELMAR AVENUE IMPROVEMENTS . Copies of the Plans, Specifications and Contract Documents may be obtained at JMA Consultants, Inc., 4357 Harrison Avenue, Cincinnati, Ohio 45211 for a nonrefundable fee of $100.00 for each set of documents. Each bidder is required to furnish with its proposal, a Bid Guaranty and Contract Bond in accordance with Section 153.54 of the Ohio Revised Code. Bid security in Bond form shall be issued by a surety company or corporation licensed in the State of Ohio in the full amount of one hundred percent (100%) of the bid amount. Each bid must be submitted in a sealed envelope plainly marked DELMAR AVENUE IMPROVEMENTS on the outside of the envelope. Each bid must contain the full name of every person(s) or company interested in the same. The successful bidder, upon receipt of acceptance of their proposal, must furnish 100% Performance Bond and 100% Labor and Material Payment Bond to the Owner. All bidders must comply with the prevailing wage rates on Public Improvements in Hamilton County and the Village of St. Bernard as determined by the Ohio Department of Commerce, Bureau of Wage & Hour Administration. The Village of St. Bernard reserves the right to waive irregularities and to reject any or all bids. EHJ,Oct31,Nov7,â€™18#3213727
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