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Colerain grad pitches no-hitter in Florence

It took 25 years – 20 of them playing baseball – but Casey Henn finally achieved his lifelong goal of throwing a no-hitter.

On June 24, the 2008 Colerain High School graduate pitched the second no-hitter in Florence Freedom history. 535 more words

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Madeira grad Benintendi wins Golden Spikes

Madeira High School graduate Andrew Benintendi, who was a sophomore outfielder at the University of Arkansas, was named the winner of the Golden Spikes Award Tuesday evening. 137 more words

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Madeira's Benintendi drafted by Boston in 1st round

Former Madeira High School star Andrew Benintendi was selected by the Boston Red Sox in the first round of the Major League Baseball First Year Player Draft on Monday night. 443 more words

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“Birth control best way to avoid unwanted children”

Thus read the headline for a letter to the editor, in the May 10, 2015 edition of the Cincinnati Enquirer.

“Unwanted children” – a commonly used term of complete detachment and one of the most condemning of our time. 538 more words

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Insulted Girlfriend and Advice Columnist are Oblivious to the Real Disrespect

The Tuesday April 7, 2015 edition of the Cincinnati Enquirer printed Carolyn Hax’s advice to a young woman who had been dating a guy for five years. 501 more words

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The Housing Market Is Coming Back!

The Cincinnati Enquirer featured a front-page story about the real estate market on Sunday, May 17, 2015. Reporters Bowedya Tweh and Emilie Eaton  interviewed Sibcy Cline president Rob Sibcy as well as Hyde Park agent Julie Back about current market conditions. 156 more words

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Business is Hard (whether you are Medpace or Liz Rogers)

The Cincinnati Enquirer Editorial Board recently wrote an opinion about economic development incentives and the need for more oversight.  They only cited one specific example. 829 more words

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