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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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The company noted that this milestone is especially notable because it was achieved prior to the completion or occupation of Heartland Steel's new state-of-the-art warehousing and distribution facility and office space in Washington Court House, Ohio.
Shaw liked playing in Cincinnati, where he could live in his hometown: Washington Court House, Ohio.
a steel service center, which will be in a facility currently under construction in Washington Court House, Ohio.
He hated to leave his hometown, the charmingly named Washington Court House, Ohio, after being traded last weekend?
at PO Box 340, 1100 Lakeview Avenue, Washington Court House, Ohio 43160.
With the purchase of 37 industrial acres in Washington Court House, Ohio, the company formed a new venture, Heartland Steel, Inc.
As part of this acquisition, Star also acquired a Household location in Washington Court House, Ohio, which will become part of Star's Circleville, Ohio, region and be part of the organization's Community Bank line of business.
The new units will power pallet trucks used at Wal-Mart's food distribution center in Washington Court House, Ohio, replacing the lead- acid batteries that are traditionally used in such applications.
WASHINGTON COURT HOUSE, Ohio, June 14 /PRNewswire/ -- Kate Jeffers, a psychic and former police officer, joins with partners to solve the mysterious, high-society kidnapping of a young boy in Elizabeth Rea's new book, Closure (now available through AuthorHouse).
Saint-Gobain Calmar has approximately 2,400 employees worldwide, more than 1,400 of whom are based in North America, with manufacturing facilities in City of Industry, California; Winfield, Kansas; Lee's Summit, Missouri; and Washington Court House, Ohio.
The sale includes two plants in Sioux Falls and one each in Washington Court House, Ohio, and Albertville, Ala.

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