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Bill Lackey

Bill Lackey has always enjoyed photography and writing, so photojournalism seemed like a great way to combine both for him. He was born and raised in Dayton where he graduated from Northridge High School. He graduated from Eastern Kentucky University.

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Mel-O-Dee Restaurant
The Mel-O-Dee Restaurant. Bill Lackey/Staff

Posted: a day ago

The Mel-O-Dee Restaurant. Bill Lackey/Staff
Miami Valley Bike Trails
Brent and Meg Anderson ride their tandem bicycle along the new stretch of the Little Miami Scenic Trail following the ribbon cutting ceremony for the trail Friday. Bill Lackey/Staff

Posted: 11 days ago

Brent and Meg Anderson ride their tandem bicycle along the new stretch of the Little Miami Scenic Trail following the ribbon cutting ceremony for the trail Friday. Bill Lackey/Staff
Brad Pepper, vice president of Topre America
Brad Pepper, vice president of Topre America, talks about the new $10 million facility his company plans to build in the Champion Business Park in Springfield and the Honda front end, in foreground, that they intend to build there. Bill Lackey/Staff

3:18 PM Monday, Apr. 24, 2017

Brad Pepper, vice president of Topre America, talks about the new $10 million facility his company plans to build in the Champion Business Park in Springfield and the Honda front end, in foreground, that they intend to build there. Bill Lackey/Staff
R.D. Holder
Fire departments from several counties battle a fire at the  RD Holder Oil Co. in rural Clark County Thursday, April 19 2012. The fire, which started when tanker truck caught fire near the companies warehouse, quickly engulfed the entire business. Fire fighters battled the blaze for more than six hours.   Staff photo by Bill Lackey

11:47 AM Thursday, Apr. 20, 2017

Fire departments from several counties battle a fire at the RD Holder Oil Co. in rural Clark County Thursday, April 19 2012. The fire, which started when tanker truck caught fire near the companies warehouse, quickly engulfed the entire business. Fire fighters battled the blaze for more than six hours. Staff photo by Bill Lackey