Archive for May, 2010

Obituaries May 31, 2008

Mary Smith, 90 Mary Louise Smith, 90, formerly of Glen Este, died Monday, May 10, 2010. ass of Christian Burial was held Saturday, May 15, 2010 at St. Veronica Church. Interment Rest Haven Memorial Park. Burton Smith, 77 Burton L. Smith, Sr., 77, of Bethel died Wednesday, May 12, 2010 at Mercy Clermont Hospital. He [ Read More ]

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Bellonby completes his Marine Corps training

Paul Bruce Bellonby II, a 2004 graduate from Amelia High School, recently joined the Marine Corps through the Delayed Entry Program and attended recruit training at marine Corps Recruit Depot, Parris Island, S.C. During recruit training, he underwent 13 weeks of training that included instruction in first aid, general military subjects, physical fitness, Marine Corps history, martial arts and weapons familiarization.

Barry to speak at Williamsburg High School alumni banquet

Thom Barry (known as Thom Gross when he graduated from Williamsburg High School) who plays Detective Will Jeffries in the Sunday evening CBS series, Cold Case, is returning home Saturday, June 5 as the guest speaker at the Williamsburg Alumni Banquet to be held at the Williamsburg Middle/High School. Prepaid reservations are required.

Fort Ancient Valley Conference’s Cardinal Division dream teams are announced

The Fort Ancient Valley Conference Cardinal Division (FAVC-C) all-star squads have been selected by the head coaches of each respective sport. Amelia is a the only Clermont County member of the FAVC-C. Following are the Barons who were chosen for these teams; included is their year in school.

Fort Ancient Valley Conference Buckeye Division coaches choose all-star squads

The Fort Ancient Valley Conference Buckeye Division (FAVC-B) all-star squads have been chosen. Glen Este and Milford are the Clermont County members of the FAVC-B. Following are the Eagles and Trojans who were chosen to these teams; included is their year in school.

Batavia’s Jeff Elam signs letter-of-intent to study and play football in Danville, Ky.

Jeff Elam, Batavia High School senior, has signed a college letter-of-intent to continue his education and football career at Centre College, Danville, Ky. The 6-foot, 3-inch, 210-pound Elam will be majoring mathematics. His good work in the classroom earned him membership in the Batavia High National Honor Society.

Bethel-Tate leads county in baseball tourney; Milford, Amelia, Goshen, and CNE win games

A good number of Clermont County’s high school varsity baseball squads turned in very respectable performnces on the diamond during their respective sectional tournaments. Milford lost its sectional championship game in a heartbreaking thriller to Fairfield’s Indians 11-10. In this eight-inning hit-a-thon, Wes Minton and Chris Ticherich both had a couple of base raps for the Eagles.

Amelia, CNE, Felicity, GE, and ‘Burg softball advance to district competition

Amelia, Clermont Northeastern, Felicity, Glen Este, and Williamburg have proven the power of Clermont County teams in girls fast pitch softball as each owns a sectional championship. Batavia, Milford, and New Richmond all came very close to sectional crowns of their own. Milford took the measure of Turpin 3-0 in a battle between teams of the Fort Ancient Valley Conference. Sarah Alley tossed the win striking out seven Spartans.

Ten individuals and one relay emerge from Division I district track for Clermont County

The highlights for Clermont countians at the Division I district track and field championships were the double victories of Glen Este junior Michelle Thomas and the triumphs of Milford senior Nick Rugueyra and Glen Este sophomore Steven Stoffel. The event took place at Mason High School. The top four finishers in each event qualified for this week’s regional championships and the top eight scored points for their respective teams.


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