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

Whoops. I misspelled Memoribilia.

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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 *****@comcast.net.

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!

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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

4 events worth checking out in Cincinnati this week  Hoodline

From concerts to the annual Boar's Head and Yule Log Festival, there's plenty to enjoy in Cincinnati this week.



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 ...



Woodward hires new boys basketball coach  Cincinnati.com

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 ...



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 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 ...



Local 12 Top 12 Games to Watch: Week 2  WKRC TV Cincinnati

CINCINNATI (WKRC) - Every week of the high school football season, Local 12 will highlight 12 of the top games to keep an eye on for the week. This list is for ...



Taft may need Stargel Stadium for one more game  WCPO Cincinnati

They might have to wait a little longer before they tear down Stargel Stadium.



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.



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

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.



Old Woodward High School to be demolished  FOX19

BOND HILL, OH (FOX19) - Demolition begins on Friday to bring down the former Woodward High School in Bond Hill. It will take about four weeks to finish ...



$22M remake of former SCPA nearly done  Cincinnati.com

Residents set to move into new apartments on Sept. 1.



Interleague play with Reds gives former Woodward star Daryl Boston a chance to come home  Cincinnati.com

Former Woodward star Daryl Boston came back to his roots in Cincinnati as first base coach with the Chicago White Sox. "It'll be a big reunion."



In a shift, CPS, chamber aim to train high school students to enter workforce without college  Cincinnati Business Courier

For decades, the message sent to high school students was that a four-year college degree was the best shot at a prosperous life. Today, that message is ...



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



Stargel Stadium's final regular season game and pregame ceremony leaves the family 'ecstatic'  Cincinnati.com

Stargel Stadium is home to local high school football teams. Last Friday was the final regular season home game before a new Stargel is built in 2019.



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.



Our history: Origin of UC complicated  Cincinnati.com

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 ...



A reserved Cincinnati 'Jewess' speaks out against hate  Cincinnati.com

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



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

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



Walnut Hills names alum Ellison athletic director  Cincinnati.com

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



New Rangers manager Woodward already shares bond in Texas  FOXSports.com

ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) — Chris Woodward grew up wanting to be an architect or an engineer. He also had what he thought was a far-fetched dream of ...



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

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."



Interfaith Hospitality Network: A circle of community concern  Cincinnati.com

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



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

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



Withrow welcomes Snow to helm of football team  Cincinnati.com

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



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 cards have already been ...



Cincinnati Public Fills School Board Vacancy  WVXU

Lannis Timmons, a long-time high school basketball coach, has been chosen by the Cincinnati Board of Education to fill the vacancy left by the death last.



Walnut Hills' Jeffrey Brokamp: Ready for a new adventure  Cincinnati.com

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



SWOFCA Ron Woyan East-West All-Star Game: 5 things to know  Hamilton Journal News

The 43rd Southwestern Ohio Football Coaches Association Ron Woyan East-West All-Star Game will held Thursday at 7:30 p.m. at Kings High School. Here are ...



UC's Cronin: Long road to 300 wins  Cincinnati.com

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 ...



CPS Athletes Hall of Fame to be inducted  Cincinnati.com

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



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

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 ...



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

This is Part III of a three-part series about John Brown, a former Cincinnati high school basketball phenom who played few documented games, but whose ...



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

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



Immigrants flood MARCC ID card registration  Cincinnati.com

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.



Fewer immigrants seeking ID cards in Cincinnati as worry over ICE raids mounts  WCPO Cincinnati

When Cincinnati launched a program to help immigrants get photo ID cards in August 2016, more than 600 stood in line to get one. Some slept outside ...



Lannis Timmons replaces Chris Nelms on the Cincinnati Public Schools board  Cincinnati.com

The Cincinnati school board voted Wednesday on who will fill Chris Nelms' seat.



Grandmother after shooting: 'Not again, Lord'  Cincinnati.com

The streets of Lower Price Hill echoed with the cries of a grieving grandmother Monday night after a man in his 20s was shot and killed.



Is city pushing residents out of Mount Auburn?  WCPO Cincinnati

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



From Skyline chili to $3M genetics research prize  Cincinnati.com

Cincinnati native makes discoveries in genetic research, wins $3 million prize.



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

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



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 ...



Name from History: The Pendletons led remarkable lives that shaped region, U.S. 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 ...



Hollydale neighborhood enhancement project a success  Cincinnati.com

Hollydale Civic Association completes first Neighborhood Enhancement Grant project.



Voices of the city: Hearing from 'the unheard'  Cincinnati.com

On Saturday – at a public high school in predominantly black neighborhood trying to rebound from almost three generations of decline – more than 1,700 ...



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 ...



Tensing trial triggers more apprehension than hope  Cincinnati.com

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



Vault: First black mayor tried to bridge races  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 ...



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 ...



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...



`To Paul, For whom I wish a great future.' King lives on in 1964 message to Paul Booth  Cincinnati.com

On the evening of April 4, 1968, 13-year-old Paul Booth was in his family house on Dury Avenue in Avondale. He was finishing homework he had as an ...



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

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



Luke Kennard highlights AP All-Ohio teams announced tonight  Cincinnati.com

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 ...



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 ...



Church gym in Over the Rhine offers ticket off the streets for young men  WCPO

CINCINNATI – Kijauna Upshaw was out of high school and short on options. Dad was long gone, mom was struggling to find a place to live, and classmates ...



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

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



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.



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.



Programs to help immigrants, refugees to grow in 2017  Cincinnati.com

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



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

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 ...



Meeting UC’s Freshmen Linebackers  Down The Drive

Its a good thing new defensive coordinator Marcus Freeman is not only going to be the linebackers coach, but that he has a familiarity with the position.



Enquirer Women of the Year share advice, motivation  Cincinnati.com

Pauline Banks Baumann. By Amanda Van Benschoten | avbnky@enquirer.com. Sometimes, changing the world isn't about putting your name on a building or ...



RIP Former WCIN-AM DJ Everett Cork  WVXU

Everett Cork, who revived the R&B sound of old WCIN-AM with his Classic Vibes 1480CIN.com online radio station, died Sunday. The Kennedy Heights.



Cincy Business People: Who’s on the move?  Cincinnati.com

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



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 ...



Coaching connections led to big BU exhibitions  The Courier-Journal

The Knights will play at U of L, Cincinnati and Indiana during the preseason.



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.



Springs family gathers for one big reunion  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 health care leader steps down  Cincinnati Business Courier

The president and CEO of a Greater Cincinnati health care nonprofit is leaving his role.



Brewhaus Bakery turns spent grain into opportunity for youths with disabilities  WCPO

Lisa Graham, director of Brewhaus Bakery, uses spent grain from 11 local breweries, a byproduct of the brewing process, to make Brewhaus Dog Bones, which ...



King slaying sets off violence at Negro ghettos, college campuses  UPI.com

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 ...



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.



Refugee arrivals grind to halt in Cincinnati  Cincinnati.com

Catholic Charities Southwestern Ohio resettled 50 refugees in this area since March 1.



Construction camp gives girls skills, grit  Cincinnati.com

At summer YWCA camp, girls build lamps, toolboxes and self-confidence.



Winton Woods staff, students take Ice Bucket Challenge  Cincinnati.com

Winton Woods City Schools started the school year with a splash, ending the first day with the Ice Bucket Challenge. A group of 10, including high school ...



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.



Crossing the color line  Cincinnati.com

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



Seen Bond Hill lately? 5K will show it off  WCPO

The inaugural Placemaker Pacer is more than a simple 5K. It's a chance for the Port of Greater Cincinnati Development Authority to show off how much Bond Hill ...



Leader of Cincinnati's largest health nonprofit to retire  Cincinnati.com

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



Investigating Center For Closing The Health Gap Spending  WVXU

The Center for Closing the Health Gap was created in 2004 to help improve the health of the poor and uninsured in Cincinnati through education, training.



Whitey Campbell: How Moeller's first and only equipment manager changed a team for generations  WCPO Cincinnati

Whitey Campbell doesn't look too tough standing with Moeller's varsity football team. But if there's one person these boys won't cross, it's Whitey.



8 Cincinnati area buildings are coming back to life  Soapbox Cincinnati

A new Soapbox series focuses on building redevelopment. In part 1, writer Caitlin Koenig dives into Greater Cincinnati's past and offers a peek at what these ...



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 ...



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 ...



After Health Scare, Bearcats Coach Yearns for the Sideline  New York Times

HARTFORD — During the Cincinnati-Connecticut men's basketball game on Saturday, Hep Cronin sat in the front row behind the Bearcats' bench, just as he ...



Happy 100th birthday, National Park Service  Cincinnati.com

When people think of the National Park *Service*, they think of big places with big names. But one site is right here.



Michael Chapman | Obituaries  Richland Source

Michael D. Chapman, age 68, resident of Mansfield, died Saturday, October 24, 2015 at the Hospice House in Ashland.



Owens: Time to move on from Cincinnati State  Cincinnati.com

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



Check out Cincinnati's new murals  Cincinnati.com

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



Toledo native, NFL vet Robinson, 41, died from heart attack: family  WNWO NBC 24

MILWAUKEE (AP) - The Chicago Bears say former defensive lineman Bryan Robinson has died. He was 41.Robinson was found at a Milwaukee motel Saturday ...



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 ...



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 ...



Magic Name Griffin, Mathis, Elie and Henry Assistant Coaches  OrlandoMagic.com

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



Tom Archdeacon: Sinclair baseball celebrating Negro League history  MyDaytonDailyNews

It was like Christmas morning and they were excited kids hunting for their gifts beneath the decorated tree.



Ohio students to test drive new Common Core exams; See what schools will take part here  The Plain Dealer

Schools across Ohio will try out new Common Core tests this spring, but don't look for scores for your child. This round of tests is to just try out the tests ...



After rapid ascension, Highland Springs’ K’Von Wallace picks Clemson  Richmond.com

Two years ago, K'Von Wallace bought a purple and orange plaid bowtie for the homecoming dance. It was the perfect accessory to wear Wednesday morning, ...



Once a Jayhawk, Always a Jayhawk: Dave Robisch - University of Kansas  KUAthletics.com

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 ...



MLK Jr.'s death: April 4, 1968  UPI.com

On the 45th anniversary of the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr., a look back through the archives at UPI's coverage.



Constable: 'Bull' Durham recalls a bear of a Cubs postseason  Chicago Daily Herald

With the Chicago Cubs clinching a postseason playoff spot, we media members open that Pandora's box of crushed dreams. Out trots the goat tabbed as the ...



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

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



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