Washington Court House


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Washington Court House,

city (1990 pop. 12,983), seat of Fayette co., SW Ohio, on Paint Creek, in a productive farm, dairy, and poultry area; laid out and founded c.1810, inc. 1831. Its many manufactures include shoes, gloves, dairy products, and automobile and aircraft parts.
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SugarCreek was founded in 1966 in Washington Court House, Ohio, by John S.
Pre-bid meeting: 10AM local time, March 22, 2016 at the Miami Trace High School office, 3722 State Route 41 NW, Washington Court House, OH 43160.
Highlights of these network upgrades completed so far this year in Ohio include the launch of AT&T's 4G LTE network in Athens, Dayton, Mount Vernon, Wooster and Zanesville and also the expansion of AT&T's 4G LTE network to include the communities of Bowling Green, Logan, Newark and Washington Court House.
Born 10 January 1937 in Washington Court House, OH, McLean was the son of Richard H.
The papers sold include the Sidney Daily News, Delaware Gazette, Troy Daily News, Wilmington News Journal, Washington Court House Record-Herald and Urbana Daily Citizen, as well as other titles.
And students at Washington High School in the town of Washington Court House are backing James Ashley, a Civil.
Holly Cottrill has been named managing editor of the Record-Herald in Washington Court House.
But one day, during the 2004-2005 Christmas break, a veteran invited us to interview a group of veterans from Miami Valley in Yellow Springs, Ohio, about an hour from our town of Washington Court House.
I use it to store lectures I give to different units on base," said Entrekin, a 30-year-old native of Washington Court House, Ohio.
Wal-Mart has aggressive growth plans for Ohio--evident from its construction in the past two years of distribution centers in the Steubenville area east of Columbus on the West Virginia border and in the Washington Court House area between Columbus and Cincinnati.
He is also a part-time professor of English at Southern State Community College in Wilmington and Washington Court House.

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