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Rose Cooper

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About Rose Cooper

Rose Cooper is a content producer for the Wilmington News Journal.

Latest Stories by Rose Cooper

Ohio State's Herman wins Broyles Award

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) — Ohio State offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach Tom Herman was named the winner of the Broyles Award on Tuesday, after the Buckeyes made the College Football Playoff despite losing two starting quarterbacks to season-ending injuries.The Buckeyes went 12-1 this season, averaged more than 45 points per game and

Manor News

The residents of the Ohio Valley Manor enjoyed seeing family and friends the week of Dec. 1 through 8. Jeanette Carrington spent time with Marilyn Cluxton, Bobby Polley, Sharon Bohl, Herb and Jane Polley. Imogene Werline was pleased to see her daughter, Karen Morgan, and Donna and Johnny Osborne. Josette Warner stopped in to see resident Herb Polle

Two football players from Washington High School, Skyler Hawk and Austin Wilson, seniors both, were recently named Special Mention, All-Ohio in Division III for 2014.
Wilson was previously named First Team, All-SE District as an offensive lineman and Hawk was named the Division III First Team, All-SE District punter.
AP Division III All-Ohio high

Blue Lions Wilson, Hawk named Special Mention, All-Ohio

Two football players from Washington High School, Skyler Hawk and Austin Wilson, seniors both, were recently named Special Mention, All-Ohio in Division III for 2014. Wilson was previously named First Team, All-SE District as an offensive lineman and Hawk was named the Division III First Team, All-SE District punter. AP Division III All-Ohio high

BLANCHESTER — An anonymous tip that a Blanchester High School senior planned to go on a shooting spree Thursday morning at the school was received by the Cincinnati area Crimestoppers office and proved to be a hoax, said Blanchester Police Chief Scott Reinbolt.
This was the second time in the past month that Crimestoppers received a similar

Blan school threat a hoax

BLANCHESTER — An anonymous tip that a Blanchester High School senior planned to go on a shooting spree Thursday morning at the school was received by the Cincinnati area Crimestoppers office and proved to be a hoax, said Blanchester Police Chief Scott Reinbolt. This was the second time in the past month that Crimestoppers received a similar

AP Division III All-Ohio high school football list

First Team OFFENSE: Ends—Cory Contini, Dover, 6-1, 170, sr.; Eric Wiseman, Clyde, 6-3, 185, sr. Linemen— Brice Hinton, Trotwood-Madison, 6-3, 328, sr.; Simon Stepaniak, Hamilton Ross, 6-3, 315, sr.; Matt Jones, Hubbard, 6-4, 320, sr.; Ramone Miles, Tol. Cent. Cath., 6-5, 275, sr. Quarterbacks—Joe Burrow, Athens, 6-4, 210, sr.; Ma

BLANCHESTER — Carriage rides, crafts in Santa's Village and a hay maze will highlight activities during the second annual Hometown Christmas Celebration in Blanchester on Saturday.
The event is sponsored by the Blanchester Area Chamber of Commerce.
“This is a great opportunity for the community to come out and support local businesses

Hometown Christmas celebration Saturday in Blan

BLANCHESTER — Carriage rides, crafts in Santa's Village and a hay maze will highlight activities during the second annual Hometown Christmas Celebration in Blanchester on Saturday. The event is sponsored by the Blanchester Area Chamber of Commerce. “This is a great opportunity for the community to come out and support local businesses

Community Christmas dinner Dec. 20 in Blan

BLANCHESTER — The 10th annual Blanchester Community Christmas dinner will be held Saturday, Dec. 20 from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m in the cafeteria at the Blanchester Municipal Building & Community Center, 318 E. Main St., Blanchester. The meal will be catered by McCoy Catering. “All citizens of Blanchester are invited to join us for th

The Madison Soil and Water Conversation District has elected its next supervisors.
David Junk and Ramona Porter won the election during the annual conservation meeting and banquet, held on Nov. 14 at the Trinity Episcopal Church in London.
Jonathan Francis and Howard Yoder also ran. There were 35 votes cast in the election.
Several awards were g

Junk and Porter elected as SWCD supervisor

The Madison Soil and Water Conversation District has elected its next supervisors. David Junk and Ramona Porter won the election during the annual conservation meeting and banquet, held on Nov. 14 at the Trinity Episcopal Church in London. Jonathan Francis and Howard Yoder also ran. There were 35 votes cast in the election. Several awards were g

Hamersville School announces honor roll

Hamersville Elementary and Middle School has released the names of those students who made the first nine weeks honor roll. Kindergarten: Audrey Abbinante, Samuel Bernhardt, Flora Black, Stacia Boling, Amahni Boone, Baileigh Byar, Jacob Cairo, Emersyn Carter, Emma Casey, Devon Childress, Chloe Combs, Aubrey Dotson, Gabriel Downing, Shelby Ebright,

Hamersville perfect attendance list released

Hamersville School's perfect attendance list for the first nine weeks has been announced. Kindergarten: Emersyn Carter, Beckett Estridge, Chase Gaghan, Branson Gartner, Lane Hamilton, Emily Hammel, Madison Jay, Joseph Jones II, Elizabeth McDaniel, Ashton Mullins, Austin Perry, Sebastian Roberts, Whitley Spicer, Dani Tackett, Leah VanWinkle. First





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