Tuesday, April 13, 1999

Road & school closings; curfews



Road closures (Traffic updates)
        Sycamore Township
        • Snider Road from Kemper to Cornell roads
        Montgomery
        • Cornell Road between Montgomery and Deerfield roads
        • Deerfield Road between Pfeiffer and Creek roads
        Blue Ash
        • Falsington Court and Millington Court.
        • Access to all subdivisions and businesses within those closed roads is restricted to residents, emergency crews and contractors.

Schools
        • Sycamore schools will be open at regular time today with no delay, Montgomery Police said late Monday.
        Students and faculty are urged to carpool. Students are urged to ride buses. Students may not walk to Sycamore High School, and entry to the high school will be only on the west side of Cornell Road.
        • Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy Middle School closed until Wednesday when classes resume at the high school. Students should expect to ride their regular bus.

Curfews

        • Curfews remain in effect from 8 p.m. to 7 a.m. in the tornado damaged areas of Blue Ash and Montgomery until Wednesday and Symmes Township until Thursday.
        • Symmes Township subdivisions under the curfew order are Hartland, Symmes Creek, Terwilligers and Pemmican Run.
       



Treasures recovered in debris
Tristate tallies financial losses
Tornado renews debate about communications system
Some see '99 as a peak year for tornadoes
Weather radios not easy to find
Hundreds of insurance claims filed
Businesses not reopening as swiftly as hoped
Long shopping list for family that lost house, clothes
- Road & school closings; curfews
Two victims remembered; 2 buried today
Forest teaches lessons anew
Government tries to get back to normal
Synagogue lends hand to church
Mail delivery interrupted
Sycamore moves some games to opponents' fields
Tax deadline extended for victims
Warren County sets up hot line
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