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January 14, 2018 by Margie Smith (Register to contact)

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January 14, 2018 by Margie Smith (Register to contact)

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I have a scrapbook that was my aunt's. She graduated from WHS in 1927. The book is full of photos, programs, dried flowers, notes, letters, teachers' notes, autographs, etc. that might be of interest to a Woodward High School alum or historian or ????? I hate to throw this priceless book away. Any ideas? I can share some photos of what's in the book. My email is *****

Class of 1987

October 11, 2014 by DeBorah Champion (Register to contact)

1st Woman to Preach at the BOH Complete Man Men's Coference June 2013 in Cincinnati, Has written and Published
more Books than any Pastor in Cincinnati, Ohio...Survivor of 2 Brain Surgeries in a 14 month period...New Gospel Recording Artist!


July 11, 2013 by DeBorah Champion (Register to contact)

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Woodward Graduate of 1987 and graduating with a 1.6 G.P.A. has overcome 2 brain surgeries and is now a 10th time Author.... For Books http://www.*****/****and for full Bio http://www.*****/****

Woodward High School News From Around The Web

Woodward point guard Paul McMillan IV is driven to be the best on and off the court  WCPO Cincinnati

Woodward 2022 point guard Paul McMillan IV has earned four scholarship offers, including from UC and Xavier. He's eager to succeed on the court and in the ...

Paul McMillan IV, recently offered by Xavier basketball, will attend Woodward High School

One of Greater Cincinnati's top basketball talents has a new home. Paul McMillan IV, an incoming sophomore, will enroll at Woodward High School for the ...

Cincinnati high school student surprised with $2,500 scholarship  WLWT Cincinnati

Being smart with your money at a younger age: That's what Woodward High School students are learning in Fifth Third's Financial Academy.

Adult 22-Plus grads embrace second chances thanks to CNE program  The Clermont Sun

Erin Jenkins and family and friends celebrate Erin's graduation from Clermont Northeastern High School June 18 at Norlyn Manor in Batavia. From left: Erin ...

Woodward Career Tech students construct new home in Bond Hill  Soapbox Cincinnati

As part of the “Constructing a Pathway to Careers” initiative at Woodward Career Technical High School, students are working alongside faculty members and ...

Kali Jones named head football coach at Withrow

Jones coached the last two seasons at Woodward High School.

Mom accused of encouraging teens to fight at Woodward HS  WLWT Cincinnati

A mom and her two teens were arrested at Woodward High School this week.Cincinnati police say the Mount Airy mother wanted her daughters to fight another ...

Report: Woodward's Paul McMillan IV adds scholarship offer from Cincinnati Bearcats

Paul McMillan IV, a Class of 2022 point guard expected to play at Woodward High School after averaging 24.7 points, four assists, 3.8 rebounds, and 2.3 steals ...

Xavier offers CMAC player of the year, Paul McMillan IV

Xavier extended a scholarship offer to Cincinnati Metro Athletic Conference's player of the year Paul McMillan IV on Sunday.

Old Woodward High School to be demolished  FOX19

Demolition begins on Friday to bring down the former Woodward High School in Bond Hill.

Woodward freshman Paul McMillan IV has a basketball IQ beyond his years  WCPO Cincinnati

Woodward 2022 combo guard Paul McMillan IV is ranked in the top-12 of his class and is already drawing interest from major college programs as he continues ...

Taft may need Stargel Stadium for one more game  WCPO Cincinnati

CINCINNATI - They might have to wait a little longer before they tear down Stargel Stadium. The Taft Senators may need it for one more game. Willard Stargel.

Nine storylines to watch this Ohio high school football season  WCPO Cincinnati

CINCINNATI – Let the fun begin. High school football is back. As Greater Cincinnati embarks upon yet another season, it's important to note that the earliest ...

Woodward hires new boys basketball coach

ROSELAWN – Woodward Career Technical High School has hired 31-year-old Jarelle Redden as head varsity boys basketball coach, starting a new era for the ...

Cincinnati's first public school to reopen its doors — as an apartment complex  WCPO Cincinnati

CINCINNATI --The former home of Cincinnati's School for Creative and Performing Arts, will become a different type of home in September when the Alumni ...

University of Cincinnati's Mick Cronin becomes head coach at UCLA  WCPO

CINCINNATI — University of Cincinnati men's basketball head coach Mick Cronin has agreed to become the next UCLA coach. Cronin, a 1997 UC graduate and ...

$22M remake of former SCPA nearly done

The $22 million redevelopment of the former Woodward High School in Cincinnati's Pendleton neighborhood is nearly complete and in a few weeks, the ...

Cincinnati school board raises issues about new Stargel Stadium design  WCPO Cincinnati

Cincinnati School Board members saw design plans for the new Stargel Stadium for the first time Wednesday.

La Salle to LA: Westsiders proud of hometown kid Mick Cronin  WKRC TV Cincinnati

CORRYVILLE, Ohio (WKRC) – Thirteen years ago, Mick Cronin came home to coach at his alma mater, the University of Cincinnati. But now, Hollywood is ...

Which high schools received penalties for OHSAA infractions this month?

Following the Jan. 17 board meeting, the Ohio High School Athletic Association issued penalties for 27 schools recently committing infractions.

The man, the legend behind Stargel Stadium  WCPO Cincinnati

Willard Stargel had to be a giant in the West End to have three stadiums named after him.

Walnut Hills names alum Ellison athletic director

Steve Ellison will return home to Walnut Hills High School as Athletic Director after graduating as an Eagle in 2005.

A reserved Cincinnati 'Jewess' speaks out against hate

I saw men with Swastikas and brown shirts. I held her hand tightly and lowered myself, fearing that the time had come.

CPS Athletes Hall of Fame to be inducted

The Cincinnati Public Schools Athletic Hall of Fame will be inducted April 16 at Paul Brown Stadium.

Withrow welcomes Snow to helm of football team

Withrow University High School hired Nathaniel Snow as it head football coach beginning a new era for Tiger football.

Tristate communities plan Memorial Day observances

Events are planned to commemorate Memorial Day this weekend.

Who will be on the field for the Ohio East-West All-Star football game tonight at Kings?

The 43rd Ron Woyan Southwest Ohio Football Coaches Association East-West All-Star Game is 7:30 p.m., Thursday, June 7, at Kings High School.

Play it forward: St. Bernard, Bethel, CPS to raise funds for Hurricane Harvey relief

Along with CPS schools, St. Bernard-Elmwood Place and Bethel-Tate are teaming up to help Hurricane Harvey flood relief.

Our history: Origin of UC complicated

The University of Cincinnati kicks off its bicentennial school year when classes begin Monday, Aug. 27. Although UC traces its beginning to 1819, its origins are ...

Woodward graduate who died reached NFL  Toledo Blade

MILWAUKEE — Former NFL defensive lineman Bryan Robinson, a 1993 Woodward High School graduate, died Saturday. He was 41. Robinson was found at a ...

More Stark schools are EdChoice schools  Suburbanite

Some students in the Alliance, Fairless, North Canton, Northwest, Plain and Perry school districts are now eligible to receive state-funded vouchers that will help ...

Cincinnati’s Mick Cronin says he seriously considered UNLV job  Las Vegas Review-Journal

UNLV plays Cincinnati at 3 p.m. Saturday at the Thomas & Mack Center. Bearcats coach Mick Cronin was offered the UNLV job in 2016 but turned it down.

Virginia “Jinny” Williams  Country 103.9 WRBI

Virginia “Jinny” (Carrier) Williams 84, of Dillsboro, Indiana, passed away Sunday June 2, 2019. Jinny was born February 21, 1935 in Lincoln County, KY, ...

Edgy Hubbard Hopes To Come Off Big Rookie Finish

All Sam Hubbard needs is one sack Sunday in Cleveland (1 p.m.-Cincinnati's Channel 12) to become just the fifth Bengal to grab at least seven in his rookie ...

Avondale riots 50 years later: `It's never been the same'

AVONDALE — On Sunday, June 11, 1967, Cincinnati police arrested a black demonstrator, Peter Frakes, for blocking the sidewalk near the Lincoln statue at ...

Hundreds march for National Million Father March in Bond Hill  WLWT Cincinnati

Organized to show support and provide positive role models.

Obituary: Bette Stolley  Boca Beacon

Stolley, Helen Elizabeth (Bette) Scott Vogt of Sarasota, passed away peacefully on December 21, 2018 after 94 years of an adventurous and gratifying life.

East-West All-Star football: Franklin’s Rudd hoping to end career with a resounding East victory  Hamilton Journal News

Plenty of soon-to-be college players will be on display Thursday night in the 43rd Southwestern Ohio Football Coaches Association Ron Woyan East-West ...

Love is always in the air at Suga in the City: Writer explores love stories of Cincinnatians  WCPO Cincinnati

CINCINNATI -- Tonya Banks loves a good love story. She's enamored by couples with staying power, those who've survived decades of marriage and all the ups ...

Walnut Hills' Jeffrey Brokamp: Ready for a new adventure

Jeff Brokamp has spent 34 years with Cincinnati Public Schools. He's ready for a new adventure.

A name in history: Alfred Goshorn helped shape baseball, business and community in Cincinnati  WCPO Cincinnati

Alfred Goshorn, one of the Seven Barons of Clifton, helped influence Cincinnati business, baseball and community.

Springs family reunion will draw from 1,000 members in Greater Cincinnati this summer  WCPO Cincinnati

The Springs family, with two professional boxers and an NFL player among its ranks of more than 1000 members living in Greater Cincinnati, will hold a reunion ...

Cincinnati-born David Allis wins America's most prestigious prize for medical research

Cincinnati-born biology researcher C. David Allis received the nation's most prestigious prize in medical research Tuesday, sharing the 2018 Lasker Award for ...

Fadeaway Part III: Cincinnati high school basketball star John Brown now sits in prison  WCPO Cincinnati

Part III of III in the John Brown series, which chronicles the history of a former Cincinnati high school basketball phenom who played few documented games, but ...

Cincinnati woman gets her due for civil rights anthem 'We Shall Overcome'

A Cincinnati woman's hymn, "If My Jesus Wills," is the likely source from which folk singer Pete Seeger derived the civil rights anthem "We Shall Overcome."

`Ultimate champion for everybody': Ex-Rockdale Baptist pastor O'Neal II dies

Rev. O'Neal II sought inclusion, fairness in social action that ranged from workers' rights to homelessness.

Name from History: The Pendletons led remarkable lives that shaped region, US history  WCPO

The story behind the name of Cincinnati's Over-the-Rhine neighborhood is well-known and often-told. But what of Pendleton, that tiny, triangle-shaped ...

Immigrants flood MARCC ID card registration

Doris Rogue got in line at Woodward High School at 5 a.m. Saturday for the chance to get an identification card that would be honored by the City of Cincinnati.

Interfaith Hospitality Network: A circle of community concern

Twenty-six congregations provide a site with food, beds and activities to provide homeless families emergency shelter.

ID cards are another way Cincinnati will continue to welcome immigrants, mayor says  WCPO

Just months after Cincinnati embraced a new program to help immigrants and homeless people get photo ID cards, more than 1100 have already been ...

UC's Cronin: Long road to 300 wins

Mick Cronin is on the verge of 300 career wins as a college basketball coach, and the University of Cincinnati boss figures to reach that plateau when UC plays ...

From The Vault: Ted Berry tried to bridge races as Cincinnati's first African-American mayor  WCPO

CINCINNATI – When Theodore M. Berry died in 2000, he was praised as a “giant,” a “peacemaker,” a “folk hero,” an “inspiration.” “Few if any Cincinnatians have ...

Tensing trial triggers more apprehension than hope

Fear, distrust are real issues in Cincinnati's black neighborhoods as court date draws near.

Sneak peek: Old SCPA building gets new life as Alumni Lofts  WLWT Cincinnati

In early September, the old School for Creative and Performing Arts building gets a new life. People will start moving into renovated apartments in the building, ...

Flint, Bellamah to be Enshrined in 2012 Cincinnati Public Schools Hall of Fame - University of Cincinnati Athletics  University of Cincinnati Official Athletic Site

Feb. 28, 2012 Two former University of Cincinnati student-athletes, Damon Flint and Dr. Howard Bellamah, will represent the Bearcats at this year's Cincinnati ...

Hamilton County juvenile court program keeps kid felons out of Ohio's juvenile system

A 10-year-old Hamilton County program has been quietly diverting kids from juvenile prison to treat their mental illness and/or substance abuse.

Mount Auburn residents worried city is trying to push them out  WCPO Cincinnati

According to the city code inspector, hundreds of citations have been issued throughout the neighborhood within the last year.

Hollydale neighborhood enhancement project a success

Hollydale Civic Association completes first Neighborhood Enhancement Grant project.

Farmer, Taft lead overtime victory over Mount Healthy, 28-20

It would be cliché to call Taft High School's dramatic overtime win over second-ranked Mount Healthy a tale of two halves, but there does not exist a more perfect ...

New law firm started from century-old Dayton firm  Dayton Daily News

A law firm that has been practicing law in Southwest Ohio for more than a century has started a new practice that will include its offices in Dayton, Cincinnati, ...

State lawmaker formally presents year-round schooling to Ohio Legislature  WLWT Cincinnati

Year-round school has been tested, talked about and tried elsewhere. Ohio does not have it, but a state lawmaker wants to change that before he leaves the ...

NaviGo launch brings surprise announcements

On June 3, nearly 150 people attended the celebratory launch of NaviGo Scholars where 33 Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky high school students received ...

Enquirer Women of the Year share advice, motivation

The Enquirer is recognizing 10 extraordinary women.

Presidential trivia: Test your knowledge of US chief executives with this quiz - The Tribune  Ironton Tribune

By BOB LEITH. For The Tribune. The United States has had three national governments, each one presided over by a “president.” The Second Continental ...

OTR church gym a ticket off the streets  WCPO

A former Xavier basketball player working in the gym of a 125-year-old Over the Rhine church has big plans to take young men off the streets and get them into ...

Leader of Cincinnati's largest health nonprofit to retire

The president and chief executive officer of Interact for Health, the large health nonprofit in Greater Cincinnati, announced his retirement Tuesday, stepping ...

Woodward focused on next game, not streak  Toledo Blade

Nobody wanted to talk about it. 53 games. 53 losses. When Woodward opened the football season Friday night against Cardinal Stitch at Clay, it had been a ...

We still Luv Ya Blue – Former coach Biles reflects on time with Oilers

Former Houston Oilers head coach Ed Biles shows some of his memorabilia collection from his days in the NFL. (Photo by Joe Southern). The Luv Ya Blue era ...

Crossing the color line

New Cincinnati police union leaders pledge to work together, further reduce racial tension within the department.

Luke Kennard highlights AP All-Ohio teams announced tonight

Franklin senior guard Luke Kennard was named the Associated Press Division II state player of the year tonight. Kennard, a Duke signee, finished with 2,977 ...

Soapdish: Cincinnati will always be Queen City of the West  Soapbox Cincinnati

Many of us know that Cincinnati's Queen City designation is fully stated as.

Former SCPA building to become apartments with added parking  Soapbox Cincinnati

Indianapolis-based Core Redevelopment is converting the former School for Creative & Performing Arts in Over-the-Rhine/Pendelton into the $23 million Alumni ...

Programs to help immigrants, refugees to grow in 2017

Despite uncertainty and concerns about policies of the incoming Trump administration, programs and agencies helping immigrants and refugees in Greater ...

Meet 1st African-American to earn UC doctorate  WCPO

The 40-year career of Jennie Davis Porter — the first African-American woman to earn a doctorate degree at theUniversity of Cincinnatiand become a school ...

Cincinnati health care CEO Barry Bortz dies  Cincinnati Business Courier

Carespring Health Care Management, one of the largest operators of nursing homes and assisted living facilities in Greater Cincinnati, disclosed that CEO Barry ...

Toledo Hip Hop 101  Toledo City Paper

Hip hop in Toledo was conceived in the 1980's at house parties and school dances; places where DJs, graffiti artists and rappers often gathered to create and.

Home Tour: Prospect Hill Queen Anne retains its original 1887 details  WCPO Cincinnati

Tom Hadley is still impressed with the 1887 Queen Anne house in historic Prospect Hill that he and his wife, Pam Luttmers, have owned for 17 years.

Cincinnati Bengals fans beat the rain before game against Buffalo  WCPO

Cincinnati Bengals fans showed their team spirit before the squad's game against the Buffalo Bills on Oct. 8, 2017, at Paul Brown Stadium.

PHOTOS: Bengals fans get ready to rumble before Bills game  WCPO Cincinnati

Cincinnati Bengals fans showed their team spirit before the squad's game against the Buffalo Bills on Oct. 8, 2017, at Paul Brown Stadium.

Hall of Famer Niles a pioneer  Troy Daily News

By David Fongdfong@civitasmedia.comTROY — Julia (Reel) Niles was a pioneer … she just didn't realize it at the time.In the winter of 1992.

RIP Former WCIN-AM DJ Everett Cork  WVXU

Everett Cork, who revived the R&B sound of old WCIN-AM with his Classic Vibes online radio station, died Sunday. The Kennedy Heights.

Coaching connections led to big BU exhibitions  The Courier-Journal

Scott Davenport met Indiana coach Tom Crean in 1987, Crean then an assistant on Western Kentucky's staff, and he knew Cincinnati's Mick Cronin as far back ...

Soapdish: Detroit & Cincinnati, an I-75 exchange program  Soapbox Cincinnati

Welcome back, loyal Soapdish readers. As a select few may recall, my most-recent column compared and contrasted Detroit and Cincinnati, two cities separated ...

Beloved BWW and MAC Award-Nominated Cabaret Performer and Actor CHARLOTTE PATTON Dies at 70  Broadway World

Another glorious flame of the New York Cabaret scene has been extinguished. Just four months after acclaimed Musical Director and Composer Barry Levitt ...

Toledo Public Schools holds ranking; test scores move up  Toledo Blade

Toledo Public Schools made small gains on Ohio's school report card last year, yet more schools were given the state's lowest rank. Toledo was rated in ...

Cintas Center adds another line to Cincinnati's long boxing resume

In the long colorful history of iconic Greater Cincinnati professional boxing venues, Xavier University's Cintas Center has a ways to go before catching up to the ...

Saints lose exhibition opener  Xenia Gazette

DAYTON — Given that they were playing the league favorites in their very first exhibition semi-pro football game, ever, Saturday's April 7 shut.

Cincy Business People: Who’s on the move?

Here are this week's highlights of local business achievements happening around the Greater Cincinnati area.

Bakery gives breweries' spent grain new purpose  WCPO

The local brewing industry has gone to the dogs, and it seems to be helping everybody. Lisa Graham, director of Brewhaus Bakery, uses spent grain from 11 ...

Christian churches still struggle with race, how to discuss it, what to do

Many US churches don't address race relations and racism head-on. Should they? If so, what should they do?

Owens: Time to move on from Cincinnati State

Cincinnati State President O'dell Owens is leaving the college after the Cincinnati Health Commission named him medical director during its meeting Tuesday.

Magic Name Griffin, Mathis, Elie and Henry Assistant Coaches

June 26, 2015ORLANDO – The Orlando Magic have named Adrian Griffin, Monte Mathis, Mario Elie and Conner Henry assistant coaches. Per team policy ...

King slaying sets off violence at Negro ghettos, college campuses

The assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King last night sent shockwaves through America's ghettos, touching off one of the most widespread outbreaks of racial ...

Racial Disparities In Healthcare  WVXU

A survey by the University of Cincinnati found that African-American adults in Greater Cincinnati are more likely than white adults to report they believe.

Once a Jayhawk, Always a Jayhawk: Dave Robisch

Photo Gallery // Dave Robisch, a two-time All-America (1970-71) basketball player for the Kansas Jayhawks, understood the tradition of KU basketball when he ...

Our Rich History: Untold stories of Cincinnatians caught in December 7, 1941's 'Day of Infamy'  User-generated content

Japanese second wave of the attack flying into a hornet's nest of fleet anti-aircraft fire. The large, black column of smoke in the center is the USS Arizona. (Library ...

William Howard Taft, former president and chief justice, dies at 72 in 1930  New York Daily News

William Howard Taft died peacefully at his home on Wyoming Ave., with Mrs. Taft at his bedside.

Check out Cincinnati's new murals

Ezzard Charles tribute marks ArtWorks 100th mural in Greater Cincinnati.

Auction at former SCPA to pave way for new apartments

Crews have started to clear out the former school in preparation for a big auction of items inside.

Second man charged in connection to central city arson case  Toledo Blade

A second person is charged in connection to an intentionally set blaze that led to the destruction of a central city commercial building. Christopher M. ...

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