Thank you Carol for the years of good reporting. I have always enjoyed when you were on because I knew it would be clear and concise. Wish you many blessings in your retirement days. ????
by Patricia Godbey3/1/2017 12:40:10 AM
Carol I've watched you from the time you started at channel 9 news I've always enjoyed and loved watching you the decades you worked at 9 news your highly intelligent you know your stuff and I and I am going to really miss I wish you the very best on your next on your next endeavor the very best good luck sweetheart darling I am going to really really miss you take care of your self and have not a good one but have your self a very awesomely great one doll
by Eugene Bishop 3/1/2017 12:42:56 AM
It's nice to see honor and attention being directed at someone alive and using it well as a good roll model. Thank you Carol and thank you WCPO.
by Vera McHale3/1/2017 1:30:19 AM
I've watched you for years, im sad too see you go. Long time fan eddie green aka stereo
by You will be missed, 3/1/2017 1:29:32 PM
You ARE WCPO news ! It won't be the same without you. Hope your retirement will give you time to do all the things you want to do.
by Cathy Hart3/1/2017 3:16:51 PM
Hi, Carol! Adam Marshall told me that I'm your Dayton counterpart. I've worked at WHIO-TV since 1981 and I've been anchoring the main shows since 1991. I've heard many great things about you over the years. In fact, I distinctly remember the woman who preceded me on the anchor desk, Deborah Countiss, saying she was a big Carol Williams fan! I wish you the best in your retirement. Let me know how it goes! I may have to try it out for myself some day!
by Cheryl McHenry3/1/2017 5:56:29 PM
My earliest memories of watching the news included Clyde and Carol. I was sad when Clyde retired and am likewise sad to see Carol go, but appreciate all of the work she did to bring us the news. Best of luck to Carol in her retirement!
by Lindsey McCarthy3/1/2017 7:14:02 PM
You are the best Carol. Everything I like in an anchor...sense of humor, good-looking, cool under pressure! We will miss you from the airwaves. I'm happy for you, as you move on to life after television. It's pretty good! Laure Quinlivan
by Laure Quinlivan3/1/2017 8:20:49 PM
Carol, I have been a big fan of 9news since I moved here in 1995. You are a major reason for that; you and Clyde were a real team but you have blended very well with ever anchor since he retired. You have always be a 'class act' and I appreciate your approach to reporting. I will miss you and the way you report the news. Possibly you could improve the manner of a couple of others in other areas while you're there for the next couple of days. :) Have a wonderful retirement!!! Best of luck! Thanks for be a dedicated person and a class act!
by Larry Stump3/1/2017 11:53:11 PM
Please wear the red leather jacket on Friday
by Please Weare the red...3/1/2017 11:53:11 PM
ENJOY EVVERY MINUTE OF LIFE FROM HERE ON YOU WILL BE MISSED BUT NOT FORGOTEN
by RUSSELL WITH DUKE ENERGY3/2/2017 12:34:58 AM
Always will love you and will miss you every day, Carol!
by Wayne Smith3/2/2017 1:24:18 AM
Carol always made me feel like she genuinely cared about the city and the stories she reported unlike some who seem so robotic. She will be missed.
by Kathy 3/2/2017 2:48:54 AM
We will miss you Carol, enjoy your retirement, I do!
by Bob Jones3/2/2017 4:27:15 AM
Carol, You will be greatly missed. I always watched your news and they were always done with so much professionalism and compassion. Good luck in your retirement. ????
by Linda 3/2/2017 4:46:59 AM
Carol: when I found out you were retiring I pulled out my scrap book and reflected on an article I had kept from Cincinnati Woman magazine-Feb.1998 featuring you on the cover and a great story of your broadcasting career. You blended with everyone at channel 9-wcpo as well as with the communities in Cincinnati. Take time to reflect, shed a tear and continue to smile as gracious as you do!
by Cynthia B.3/2/2017 11:01:41 AM
Carol have a great retirement. You will be missed on the newscast. Love ya.
by Kevin Rheinfrank3/2/2017 5:11:06 PM
Six o'clock news will never be the same. Have long admired your style and grace. You will be greatly missed but enjoy your retirement. I've been retired for five years and I highly recommend it.
by Trudy Salo3/2/2017 5:16:30 PM
First Clyde and now you! Ever since we moved into the area, you both became our news anchors of choice. We have appreciated the dignified and professional way you delivered the news. You will be sorely missed. I only hope that your replacement will continue your legacy. Best wishes for your retirement.
by Barb and Dick Faulkner3/2/2017 5:22:38 PM
Dear, dear Carol, I an truly going to miss you. I'm now at the young age of 65 and I've watched you on channel 9 since day 1 and always felt so informed listening to your air time and watching you with all the compassion you have in a story your informing us about. Your a beautiful woman inside and out, I'm sure everybody that has watched you on channel 9 all these years are well aware of that. I wish you the very best in whatever you choose to do now and I pray you will be blessed on your precious path. Sincerely, Juanita
by Juanita Combs3/2/2017 5:53:59 PM
Best wishes to a beautiful, smart and very kind lady. You'll be tremendously missed!
by Dan Wallpe3/2/2017 7:48:26 PM
You have presented the news in Cincinnati with such unbiased class - the way it should be. If only more were like you! May God bless you and keep you. You will be missed!
by Sharon East3/2/2017 9:48:00 PM
Carol, We've enjoyed your reporting over the years and are sad to see you go but wish you many happy years of retirement. God Bless, Ed & Betsie Chapdelaine, Guilford, IN
by Ed Chapdelaine3/2/2017 10:57:50 PM
Will miss you on 9 on your side. Happy retirement. Mary
by Will miss you on 9 on our...3/2/2017 11:21:16 PM
I've been watching you since I was 4 years old, I've grown up watching you. You are a fantastic news anchor and have always brought kindness, intelligence, and sincerity to the news program. Goodbye Carol, you've done a wonderful job. I wish you happiness.
by Cosmic Rogue3/2/2017 11:47:13 PM
Almost 26 years ago my sister, Carol Rowan was killed in a boating accident near Ripley, Ohio. On the boat with her was her husband, Bill, and her daughter, Shannon who was only 11 years old. Too young to lose a mother as well as being involved in such an horrific accident. The reason I am writing this is because Shannon who watched some, but not all of the news on the accident kept asking why no one mentioned her mother. Her dad was burned over 2/3rds of his body with his lower 1/3 3rd degree burns. He was not expected to live, but thank God he did. I contacted all the local news station asking if they would just mention her mother's name. She needed to hear that name included with all the others that were on the boat. It was something that seemed so important to her. You and Ch 9 were the 'only' station that did mention Carol's name and Shannon heard your short story. That was all that she needed at the time. Just to hear her mon's name. So, thank you so much for being that one person/news anchor who showed some concern for a little girl's need to just hear you say her mother's name, What a difference that made! From then on, Ch 9 has been my main station to watch, especially when the news was on. One single act may not seem all that important but it certainly made a difference in one child's life. Again, Thank You! Best wishes on your retirement. Enjoy it for a long, long time.
by Nancy Rolfert3/2/2017 11:49:22 PM
No fake news here...There comes a time in all our lives when it's time to pull the plug and retire. I did it in 2014 you get to do it now. It's been great watching you on channel 9. Truth, integrity, professional. Enjoy your retirement. Thanks For The Memories
by bill menefee3/3/2017 12:10:30 AM
You've always been smart and classy and part of my favorite news team. Enjoy the next chapter!
by Marjorie Fox3/3/2017 12:47:28 AM
It has been such a blessing to have watched you for so many years! Best of luck in your retirement Carol! I will miss you so much! You and Clyde Gray did so well together for so long!!! I will miss watching you for all these years; since I was a little kid. You will be remembered and missed by so many! I am sure Chief Meteorologist Steve Raleigh will miss you so much! Best of luck in the next chapter of your life!
by Dustin Stein3/3/2017 2:23:59 AM
Carol you will always be remembered as a great anchor and a caring person. Enjoy your retirement. We will miss you!
by Linda and tom glover3/3/2017 7:42:31 AM
Ms. Carol, I will miss seeing you on Channel 9 news. You are always smiling and always cheerful with such a good attitude. God Bless You and enjoy your retirement! Patricia Ramos and family
by Ms. Carol, 3/3/2017 11:45:25 AM
Dear Carol, Thank you for always displaying class, dignity and compassion at the news desk. No matter the story you always told it like it had happened to you or a family member. Thank you for caring. Thank you for always dressing and acting like a lady. Very rare these days. Most of all thank you for being one class act !! You will be missed by all of your viewers ! Take care of yourself, Cheryl
by Cheryl Mobarry3/3/2017 2:18:18 PM
Carol, So excited for you as you begin this next chapter in your life. With that said viewers, like me, will miss your smile, attitude and the class you shared. Thank you for being such a wonderful role model for our city. Your reliability and credibility provided a trusted foundation for Channel 9 News. God bless you and your family. Dawn Wallace and family
by Dawn Wallace3/3/2017 3:07:33 PM
Thank you for making the news worth watching! Hope you have a beautiful retirement, as deserved.
by I was always in awe of you.3/3/2017 8:19:29 PM
My mother and I got to meet you when you presented us with an award for, foster parents of the year. You were gracious and kind. We were fans after that and watched you everyday! We wish you the best!
by Tamara M.3/3/2017 9:51:49 PM
Carol, All the best as you embark upon the next chapter. Congratulations on a job well done and caring for our terrific city for so many years. Blessings to you and your family.
by Ann Johnson3/3/2017 11:25:44 PM
Carol, you began your Cincinnati legacy the same year I moved to SW Ohio from Columbus. I'm sure you have been reminiscing about the myriad changes you've witnessed and been a part of in your professional life, your personal life, and in the city, nation, and world over the past 30 years. How amazing, fascinating, humbling, and probably sometimes frightening to have had a ringside seat!
Thank you for your continued professionalism, your personal touch in reporting, and your high standard of journalism throughout the years. It's been a privilege for the Tri-State to have been your audience for all that time.
I was forced into retirement by a medical condition in 2012, but after I accepted the fact, I've been busier than before retirement! I hope you can do everything that you want to do in the future. You have been a blessing to your audience and you deserve to be blessed.
Again, many many thanks, and best wishes for many years ahead.
by Lisa Dye 3/3/2017 11:31:45 PM
Congratulations on a job well done. You are the George Washington of our Mt. Rushmore of news anchors without a doubt. God bless and thank you!!!!!!
by Steve Schni3/4/2017 3:09:15 AM
When I was young, we didn't have the internet or 200 cable channels to choose from and Al Schottelkotte held my attention from age 5. Not long after he retired, you carried the torch for all cincinnatians. You will be missed and no one can replace you.
by Steve Schni3/4/2017 3:17:57 AM
Thanks for your dedication to your craft and to this city. You were a role model for many and a class act. Congratulations on a well deserved retirement.
by Joe Driehaus3/4/2017 3:18:01 AM
Congrats Carol to you on this day... going to miss your smile
by barb rainey3/4/2017 4:21:45 AM
Congratulations on your retirement! I live in VA and when I would come over to Middletown to visit family and would try to watch WKRC and WLWT, WCPO became my favorite source for news and when I got my first IPAD I knew WCPO was a necessity. You will be missed at WCPO and I know I'll miss seeing you on the news!
by willie Bell3/4/2017 11:19:46 AM
Congrats Carol on a wonderful career! I was lucky to work with you at WGAL. Believe me there's life after broadcasting. Enjoy the next chapter, you deserve it.