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UPDATE: Nicholas flood victim a ‘strong, independent woman,’ family says

CARLISLE, Ky. (WTVQ) – Heavy rains that led to flash flooding overnight has left one person dead and a county devastated. On Friday, the Nicholas County coroner’s office pronounced 66-year-old Deborah Ritchie dead. According to Carlisle and Nicholas County fire crews, her body was found in the brush fork creek, about 600 feet from her home. Community members say the discovery was devastating.
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Local Ohio counties see increase in COVID-19 cases

IRONTON, Ohio (WSAZ) - Health officials are urging people not to let their guard down as the COVID-19 delta variant is leading to an increase in cases. Gallia, Scioto, and Lawrence counties are among the top four of the highest number of cases per 100,000 in the state of Ohio. Adams County ranks first in that category.
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Fire destroys restaurant at NKY country club

BUTLER, Ky. (WXIX) - Fire destroyed a restaurant at a northern Kentucky country club early Tuesday. The Hills at Pendleton Hills is considered a total loss, said Rob Braun, spokesman for Pendleton County. Falmouth and Pendleton County firefighters responded to the eatery on Country Club Drive off US-27 in Butler...
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2021 Fair’s Senior Division Rabbit Show winners

In the 2021 Clinton County Fair Senior Division Rabbit Show, winners include: Best In Show, Jacob Lansing; Best 4 Class, Jacob Lansing; Best 6 Class, Kevin and Vicki Bogan; Best of Breed New Zealand, Kevin and Vicki Bogan; Best Opposite Breed New Zealand, Kevin and Vicki Bogan; Best of Breed Dutch, Jacob Lansing; Best Opposite Dutch, Jacob Lansing; Best of Breed Mini Rex, Gage Brandenburg; Best Opposite Breed Mini Rex, Jordan Phipps; Best of Breed California, Kevin and Vicki Bogan; and Best of Breed Mini Lop, Kevin and Vicki Bogan. Judge was Danny Long of Williamsburg, Ohio. Sr. Division Breed ID winners include: 1. Jacob Lansing; 2. Carolyn Koch; 3. Savannah McAdams; 4. Hannah Gerard; 5. Emma Rumpke; and, 6. Daniel Hinkle. Sr. Division Judging Contest winners include: 1. Jacob Lansing; 2. Carolyn Koch; 3. Daniel Hinkle; 4. Emma Rumpke; 5. Hannah Gerard;, and, 6. Savanna McAdams.
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Enjoy Front Row Views Of The Ohio River And Local Bistro Cuisine At Front Street Cafe

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Amelia bargain store attracts shoppers, treasure hunters

CLERMONT COUNTY, Ohio (WXIX) - A new overstock store in the Tri-State provides great deals to shoppers who are trying to save money. Boss Man’s Bargain Bins in Amelia has a unique concept. Every item in the store is newly stocked on Fridays, and it’s all $7. On Saturday, the items go down to $5, and more stock comes out in bins. Monday, the price is $3. What’s left on Tuesday and Wednesday is just 50 cents.
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