Archive for June, 2008

Pierce Township Concert In The Park moved due to weather

Due to impending storms, Pierce Township is moving this evening’s Concert-In-The-Park indoors to the Locust Elementary School Gymnasium (3431 Locust Corner Rd.) The show starts at 5:30 p.m. and features two local pop-rock bands, The Comforts (5:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.) and The Groove (8 p.m. to 10 p.m.). The concert is free and open to the public.

Spell Casters sting the competition at Literacy Council spelling bee

The Spell Casters from Clermont Senior Services had no desire to convey an attitude of obloquy toward the other teams in the Literacy Council

UC Clermont’s first baseball team successful

Clermont College’s first-year baseball team concluded its season with a respectable record of 19-21, that, in terms of everyone playing their first year of college baseball against more experienced teams, is really better than a respectable effort. At one point in the middle of the season, the Red and Black won 12 of 20 games.

Clermont Masters Crew earns medals at Columbus meet

The Clermont Crew Adult Rowing team traveled to Columbus, Ohio, on June 7, to compete in the Midwest Masters Sprints. It was a very successful adventure and voyage to the state capital for the Clermont countians.

Amelia Lady Barons finish at 18-2

The Amelia Lady Barons fast pitch softball club enjoyed a very successful season. The team finished the season with an 18-2 record. Good hitting and pitching helped account for the outstanding record. Amelia outscored its opponents 213-30 and had two of the top eighth grade pitchers in the city, Shelby Engle and Anna Eggleston.

Local prep athletes to work in national mat meet

A quartet of Clermont countians will be traveling to Fargo, N. D., in July for competition in the Junior National Wrestling tournaments. Two of the county’s premier high school grapplers will be competing in the Greco-Roman competition. Both are members of Team Ohio. The other one-half of the foursome are coaches.

1967-68 CCL spring sports all-star dream teams were senior dominated

The Clermont County spring sports all-star dream teams of 40 years ago, the 1967-68 school year were, like the other two seasons of that school year, dominated by the soon to be graduated class of 1968.

Batavia – SBC-A Tennis Champions

Batavia’s Bulldogs successfully defended their Southern Buckeye Conference National Division tennis title by capturing yet another champioonship. The members of the team in Green and White are, front row from left, John Moon, Luke Bradburn, Chad Molls; back row, coach Jon Nau, Nate Sisodia, Chase Miller, Tim Burns, and Alec Bowling. Not pictured, Tyler Beerman.

Charles “Bub” Adams, 54

Charles “Bub” Adams, 54, of Camp Dennison, died June 19, 2008. Funeral services were held June 24 at the Evans Funeral Home.

Elmer “Bud” Curless, 82

Elmer “Bud” Curless, 82, of Milford, died June 23, 2008. He was an electrician at Cincinnati Milacron and a WWII Navy veteran. Funeral services were held June 26 at the Evans Funeral Home in Milford.


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