Tuesday, June 15, 2004

Valedictorians & Salutatorians



BUTLER COUNTY

Badin

Co-V: Darbey Maheu, Tim Truster

Cincinnati Christian

V: Juliana Huff

S: Emily Becker

Academic honors: Jessica Whitcomb-Trance, Benjamin Burell, Amy Fitzgerald, Ashley Wallace, Samantha Sheehan, Jennifer Dixon, Jennifer Hempelmann, Jonathan Wedaman.

Edgewood

V: Melanie Cole

S: Whitney Peters

Fairfield

V: Christopher Rasch

S: Casey Snyder

Fenwick

V: Valerie Munafo

Co-S: Keith Akers, Allison Hellmann, Madeline Hedges

Hamilton

Co-V: Katherine Patterson, Lynsey Sheets, Ben Tice

Hamilton Christian

V: Andrew Austin

S: Matthew Robinson

Lakota East

V: Sanjay Hari

S: Douglas Brown

Lakota West

V: Kristal Dobbins

S: Shengyi Jing-Jing Mao

Lemon-Monroe

V: Siobhan Slone

S: Michael Woodward

Madison

Co-V: Jennifer Graff, Jacqueline Macy

S: Heather Bailey

Middletown

Co-V: Kathleen Batliner, Matthew Margolis

Co-S: Adam Becker, Jennifer Roberts

New Miami

V: Gary Hartman

S: Charli Lawson

Ross

Co-V: Kyle Young, Justin Jones

S: Matthew Moore

Talawanda

V: Elizabeth Neiderman

S: Anne Wang




ENQUIRER COLUMNS
Bronson: Answerman in the know on Huggs, others
Pitchon Lev helps the poor in Israel

TOP LOCAL HEADLINES
Norwood can seize properties
Paper maze frustrating
Teens' aching heads keep on
'Verb' program works to get kids moving
Log says Huggins stop not his first
Peters new UC decision maker
Kennedy: It's Huggins' program
Ohio mall terror plot charged
Brother insists Ohio suspect hated terror
Witnesses describe killer's tortured life
Mayor wants spending at English Woods studied
Group of young people visits to do politics hip-hop style
Library nears completion of $1M computer system
Customer charged in vendor's death
Public safety notebook
Local news briefs

KENTUCKY HEADLINES
Bunning boosts local charities via autographs
Three receivers protect center
Knox Co. porn store owner will challenge obscenity law
Newport water bills to rise

EDUCATION HEADLINES
SPECIAL SECTION: Salute to scholars
Grads have steel wills
After an amazing turnaround, scholar leaves them cheering
More Tristate scholars
Proposed closings draw fire
Groups won't endorse levy if schools ignore advice
Schools proceed with new buildings
Notes: In the schools

NEIGHBORS
Web site tracks sections of city
Halt called to home building
Lakota gets compensation
Neighbors digest

LIVES REMEMBERED
Bill Hunsberger was former VP for Enquirer
Joseph Cappel served Chile as missionary