Saturday, May 29, 2004

Local news briefs

WWII Memorial stamp debuts here

The Cincinnati Enquirer

As the National World War II Memorial is dedicated in Washington, D.C., a postage stamp will be unveiled at 11 a.m. today at Blue Ash Bicentennial Veterans Memorial Park, Cooper and Hunt roads. The 37-cent National World War II Memorial stamp will be on sale until 2 p.m.

Residents clean up after tornado

Some Brown County residents are cleaning up damage today after a tornado touched down four miles northwest of Mount Orab Thursday evening. One house "had about 20 percent to 30 percent of its roof peeled away," said Jeff Sites, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service office in Wilmington. No one was injured. The tornado, which hit the area about 8:30 p.m., was classified as an F1 storm, the second weakest type of tornado with wind speeds of between 73 and 112 miles an hour, Sites said.

Holiday events

A Memorial Day list in Friday's Local News section had the wrong days for several events.

• The Barbie III B-25 bomber will be on display today and Sunday at Lunken Airport.

• Arlington Memorial Gardens in Mount Healthy will observe Memorial Day today through Monday at Arlington Community Center.

• Graceland Memorial Gardens in Miami Township will honor veterans at 1 p.m. today.

Names reversed

The names of Helen Colony and Mary O'Driscoll were reversed in a photo caption in Friday's Local News section.

Baptists' trip to Hispaniola is more urgent
Repairman has blessings to share

'Cops' producers get the last laugh
Local men are linked to inquiry
Iraqi doctor to lead interim government
Maupins lead parade
A day for families to recall sacrifice
Old Navy uniform a fitting tribute
Greater Cincinnati honors memories of veterans
State remembers Iraq war dead
Deaths of two friends hang over graduation
Store owner kills armed man
Court backs online sex traps
Development districts survive
Safety director: Airport humming
Dinner celebrates 60 years of activism
Sexual predator given 135-year jail sentence
Judge faults language used in gay-union ban
Police reconsidering fatal OSU fire
Dead Warren Co. bird shows West Nile virus
Local news briefs
Public safety briefs

Lake boaters, get there early
$40,000 available to owners
Mall walk days ended
Plea deal OK'd in Jan. slaying
Cahill to lead Latino parish
Three killed in Kentucky storms
Kentucky news briefs

45 state computers used to view porn
Princeton finalist withdraws as superintendent candidate
Students, teachers say emotional farewell to Windsor
National Merit scholars selected

Middletown coach put on leave over raffles
Neighbors news briefs

Olga Arruza was pianist and educator