By Megan Alley and Kelly Doran Sun staff The 2015 Clermont County Fair officially kicked off July 26 with the Stonelick Township Firefighters Association Parade, a flag raising by Boy Scout Troop 741 and welcome from fair officials. The parade started off the festivities at 1 p.m. Participants in the parade included the Grand Marshals, [ Read More ]
By Megan Alley Sun staff Clermont County residents can take advantage of Ohio’s first tax holiday on back-to-school purchases of clothing and school supplies August 7-9. “Sales tax holidays are generally a southern state phenomenon. No states in the Midwest have adopted them,” said Ohio Council of Retail Merchants Director of Governmental Affairs and Public [ Read More ]
By Megan Alley and Kelly Doran Sun staff Clermont County residents and Union Township residents will decide in November whether to join together to potentially receive better rates on electricity and natural gas. The Clermont County Commissioners unanimously agreed, during their July 22 meeting, to place two measures on the ballot that would establish a [ Read More ]
By Megan Alley Sun staff The 2015 Clermont County Junior Fair Royalty Court was crowned on the opening day of the fair July 26. Four-H’ers from around the county competed for the chance to represent their club. The Royalty Court is King Tristan Asbrock, Queen Sydney Gacek, Princess Kaelyn Ackerman and Prince Aaron Prescott. Industry [ Read More ]
By Kelly Doran Editor National Night Out will be held on August 4 this year, and events will be held throughout Clermont County on and before August 4. The village of Batavia will be holding a National Night Out event for the first time this year, said Chris McMillan, Batavia’s canine handler. McMillan has been [ Read More ]
By Kelly Doran Editor The Miami Township Fire/EMS is one of the silver recognition Mission: Lifeline EMS award winners. The program recognizes EMS teams for their role in giving timely care to people having a ST segment elevation myocardial infarction heart attack, the deadliest form, according to the American Heart Association website. Departments receiving a [ Read More ]
By Megan Alley Sun staff The Clermont County Commissioners unanimously approved resolutions enabling Children’s Protective Services and the Mental Health and Recovery Board to put five-year renewal levies on the November 3 ballot. The commissioners made the decision during their meeting on July 22. Voters will decide whether or not to renew the .8 mil [ Read More ]
Members of the Batavia High School football program took to Main Street on July 24 to pick up trash and debris as part of the team’s first community cleanup project, which was organized by Head Football Coach Matt Lester.
Clermont County Commissioners issued a proclamation designating August as Child Support Awareness Month at their meeting on July 22. From left, Clermont County Commissioner Bob Proud, Clermont County Job and Family Services Division of Child Support Case Manager Supervisor Jemina Ott, Case Manager Supervisor Judy Howard, Fiscal Officer Annette Black, Lead Attorney Theresa Ellison, Assistant [ Read More ]
Beginning with the 2016 high school track and field season, the head starter (or designee), rather than the implement inspector, shall inspect all starting blocks used in the running events. The addition of Article 4 to Rule 3-6 was one of eight changes recommended by the National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS) Track [ Read More ]
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