Posts Tagged ‘Milford’

Police chief reports kidnapping in Milford

Milford Police Chief Mark Machan has reported that there was a kidnapping in the city Friday, Dec. 3. It began when a suspect approached Jeff King in the parking lot of the Millcroft Apartments and Townhouses (formerly Milford Commons) at 11:30 Friday night. The man asked to borrow King’s cell phone to make a call. [ Read More ]

Milford fire chief offers winter safety tips

Milford Fire Chief John Cooper spoke about winter safety at the Dec. 7 city council meeting. He gave tips about avoiding house fires when the weather gets cold. “Think more clearly on how you are going to heat your homes,” he said. “If there is someone having issues, contact us and we’ll help. You know, [ Read More ]

Keith Linville, 57

Keith Glenn Linville, 57, of Milford died Monday, Nov. 22, 2010. He served as sergeant in the Army during the Vietnam War. He was a millwright for Tricounty Extended Care and a member of JB Covert no. 437 F&AM. Linville is survived by his wife LaVonne Coulter Linville, daughter Letitia (J.P.) Kotila, grandchildren Summer Lynn, [ Read More ]

Doris Smith, 78

Doris “Willie” Smith, 78, of Milford and Miami Township died Saturday, Nov. 27, 2010 at Clermont Nursing and Convalescent. She worked in a factory as a candy maker. Smith is survived by her children Wilma (Kenny) Gilbert, Elsie (Randy) Smith, Trish (Debbie) Harrison, Elmer (Terri) Harrison, and Mike Harrison, 18 grandchildren, one deceased, and 28 [ Read More ]

Glen Este, Milford standouts earn FAVC Buckeye all-star status

Thomas, Porter, and Winkler earn special recognition The Fort Ancient Valley Conference Buckeye Division has chosen its all-star squads for the 2010-11 autumn season. Glen Este’s Michelle Thomas (cross country) and Dani Porter (volleyball) earned player of the year recognition in their respective sports and Milford head girls soccer coach Patrick Winkler earned coach of [ Read More ]

Milford students clean up Little Miami River through STEM grant

At the Nov. 16 Milford City Council Meeting, two Milford junior high school students presented a slide show of their annual River Clean Up Day project. Samantha Short and AJ Erdaty reported that the sixth grade science program attracted 218 volunteers to clean the banks of the Little Miami River. “We found a lot of [ Read More ]

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