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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Wittenberg
Wittenberg's Lavon Wilborn, left, and Lance Phillips reach up as they try to block a Wabash field goal in the first half of Saturday's game in 2006.  Staff photo by Bill Lackey

Posted: 15 days ago

Wittenberg's Lavon Wilborn, left, and Lance Phillips reach up as they try to block a Wabash field goal in the first half of Saturday's game in 2006. Staff photo by Bill Lackey
Dahdah Office
Federal and state agents raided a Springfield cardiac clinic in 2015. Federal and state agents raided the Ohio Institute of Cardiac Care's Springfield office in 2015, which state medical license records indicate is operated by Dr. Salim Dahdah. He and his wife, Cindy were indicted on federal fraud charges.

Posted: 21 days ago

Federal and state agents raided a Springfield cardiac clinic in 2015. Federal and state agents raided the Ohio Institute of Cardiac Care's Springfield office in 2015, which state medical license records indicate is operated by Dr. Salim Dahdah. He and his wife, Cindy were indicted on federal fraud charges.
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Michelle Heiberger, an employee at CRSI, helps Lisa Rice, a resident in one of CRSI’s residential houses, get on the treadmill Tuesday as Amy Parsons, another employee, helps Emily King. Despite low unemployment, CRSI is having trouble attracting and retaining workers, particularly positions like nurses and home health aids. Bill Lackey/Staff

Posted: 21 days ago

Michelle Heiberger, an employee at CRSI, helps Lisa Rice, a resident in one of CRSI’s residential houses, get on the treadmill Tuesday as Amy Parsons, another employee, helps Emily King. Despite low unemployment, CRSI is having trouble attracting and retaining workers, particularly positions like nurses and home health aids. Bill Lackey/Staff