Tuesday, April 13, 1999

Warren County sets up hot line




        Warren County officials have set up a countywide tornado recovery hot line for residents affected by Friday's storm. Residents can access the hot line from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Tuesday through Friday at (513) 925-1703.

        Warren County Human Service will be operating an office in the Deerfield Township Administration Building, 3378 Townsley Drive, from noon to 6:30 p.m. Tuesday and Wednesday. For information: 683-5805.

        Free tetanus shots are being offered through the Warren County Combined Health District. Information: (513) 925-1228.

       



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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