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Co-defendant pleads guilty in teen’s murder

Co-defendant pleads guilty in teen’s murder

Two mothers on opposite sides of the Justin Back murder case hugged after the second suspect pleaded guilty on Friday in Warren County Common Pleas Court.

Local teen becomes Ohio’s youngest on death row

A 19-year-old man sentenced Thursday to die for murdering a childhood friend during a robbery in Warren County will be the youngest person on Ohio’s death row.

Stonehouse Coffee brews up flavor

Stonehouse Coffee brews up flavor

These coffee beans are grown and harvested on small, five- to six-acre farms in places such as Ethiopia, Kenya, El Salvador and Guatemala.

The Ohio Sauerkraut Festival Oct. 12, 2014

Sauerkraut smell wafting from Waynesville this weekend

The streets in Waynesville are filled with people, craft vendors and the unmistakeable smell of sauerkraut today.

Glider reportedly came down too hard at the Caesar Creek Soaring Club, 5385 Elbon Road in Massie Twp., Warren County

Small aircraft lands too hard at Caesar Creek club

UPDATE@1:19p.m.A female pilot was complaining of back pain after landing a small airplane too hard, according to Brian Stoops, flight operations director at the Caesar Creek Soaring Club.

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Safety of Internet security software questioned

Safety of Internet security software questioned

The local police department is among more than 250 law enforcement agencies across the U.S. that purchased and distributed Internet safety software for parents that some experts now warn could be an open door to computer hackers.

Dozens of items evidence in capital murder case

Murder victim’s parents seek tougher law

A proposed new Ohio law — named for a teenage murder victim in Warren County — would add penalties designed to deter young killers and save lives.

Where To Park For Ohio Sauerkraut Festival In Waynesville

Waynesville Chamber Executive Dawn Schroeder explains were to park for the Ohio Sauerkraut Festival.

How the hearty, meaty Cabbage Rolls are made for the Ohio Sauerkraut Festival

St. Augustine Catholic Church volunteers make Hearty, Meaty Cabbage Rolls For Waynesville's Ohio Sauerkraut Festival

WCCC earns all A’s again

The Warren County Career Center is one of only two career-technical planning districts across Ohio to receive all A’s for the second consecutive year on the Ohio Career-Technical Education (CTE) Report Card.

Latest Sports


WEEK 9: HS FB Rankings

Division I 1. Wayne (8-0): beat Northmont 49-19; hosts Beavercreek (3-5). 2. Centerville (8-0): beat Beavercreek 48-14; at Springfield (2-6).

Area High School Results for Oct. 22

Boys SoccerToday’s District FinalsDivision IBeavercreek (17-0-1) vs. Sycamore (10-4-4) at LebanonLakota East (11-5-3) vs.

Boys and girls soccer sectional final results, schedule

Boys SoccerMonday’s Sectional FinalsDivision IITippecanoe 2, Indian Lake 1Division IIIDayton Christian 1, Lehman Catholic 01.

WEEK 9: OHSAA football computer ratings

Division I (top 16 from both regions will qualify for the playoffs) Region 1 - 1. Hudson (8-0) 30.075, 2.

Area High School Results for Oct. 20

Cross-CountrySaturday’s Late ResultsDISTRICT TOURNAMENTAt Miami Valley CTCBOYSDivision I, Race 1Team Qualifiers: 1.

Preps Insider: Sophomore comes up big for Waynesville

Waynesville sophomore Morgan Lowing isn’t the fastest on the Spartans girls cross country team.


Friday, Oct. 24GWOC CentralBeavercreek at Wayne, 7 p.m.Centerville at Springfield, 7 p.m.Northmont at Fairmont, 7 p.

High school sports schedule

BOYS SOCCERMonday’s 7 p.m. sectional finalsDivision IBeavercreek vs. Wayne at SpringboroLakota West vs.

High school sports results for Oct. 18

Girls TennisSaturday’s ResultsSTATE TOURNAMENTDivision I SinglesSemifinals—Molly Sandberg (Cuy. Falls Walsh Jesuit) d.

Dillahunt sets two school records for Troy Christian

WEEK 8 HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL FEATURED GAMES "After two stinging losses to Miami East last season, it’s safe to say Tri-County North was looking forward to a rematch with its Cross County Conference rival," DDN's Marc Pendleton said.


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