Archive for January, 2011

Fee named to the Dean’s List at UC

Allen Fee, the son of Bob and Theresa Fee of Williamsburg, has been named to the Dean’s List at the University of Cincinnati for the fall quarter. He is a third year architecture student in the College of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning.

Groseclose, Hall to marry

Allysa Shae Groseclose of Batavia, and Billy Joe Hall of Covington, Ky., together with their families, are pleased to announce their engagement. The wedding will be held on June 11, 2011.

Clermont County Fair wins two awards

The Ohio Fair Managers Association, an organization representing 94 county and independent fairs, awarded the Clermont County Fair first place for the 2010 Fair Book cover at the Fair Managers Convention, which was held Jan. 6-9. The state divides the fairs into large, medium, and small.Clermont falls into the medium category. The cover was designed [ Read More ]

Teen driving forum aimed at reducing crashes

In Clermont County, four teens lost their lives in car crashes last year. Across the United States, the Centers for Disease Control reports that eight teens die every day in crashes. The CDC has found the risk of car crashes is highest among 16-19 year-olds, compared to any other age group. With those findings in [ Read More ]

Elementary holds Vocabulary Parade

Withamsville-Tobasco Elementary students and staff enjoyed the Third Annual Vocabulary Parade in October. Classroom teachers read Miss Alaineus by Debra Frasier to all students prior to the parade. Students were given an at-home project to choose an exciting word and “dress up” as a representation of that word. At the assembly, hosted by a “spirited” [ Read More ]

Glen Este grappling gladiators flattening foes

The Trojans have been a very busy winning squad. The Purple and White gained an impressive fourth place at the enormous 49-team Vandalia Butler Invitational. The winning team was last year’s nationally-ranked number-one team St. Paris Graham. Placing for GE were Drew Kearns (130-pounds) third, Blake Meyers (135) fourth, Caleb Ervin (103) and Jon Piatt [ Read More ]

Williamsburg, Glen Este, Goshen, Bethel-Tate boys unbeaten in recent hardcourt action

Williamsburg, Glen Este, Goshen, and Bethel-Tate have managed to emerge unscathed in recent Clermont County high school varsity boys basketball action. Williamsburg The Wildcats walked over Deer Park’s Wildcats 68-58. The hosts five were behind throughout 14-11, 29-25, and 51-39. Sophomore forward Kendal Young dropped in 22 points, brother Elliot Young, senior guard-forward, made 18, [ Read More ]

Glen Este’s Lakin Louiso letters with Ursuline College

Lakin Louiso, Glen Este High School senior, has signed a letter-of-intent to further her stellar education and athletic career at Ursuline College, Pepper Pike, Ohio. She plans to major in early childhood education and to play basketball for the Arrows. Louiso chose the Cleveland-area school because “I liked its location and the campus and it [ Read More ]

Williamsburg is the positive surprise of SBC and Clermont County girls basketball scene

Williamsburg, has been red hot in Clermont County girls varsity basketball action. Included among the recent victories are wins over the two largest schools in the Southern Buckeye Conference, enrollment-wise, Amelia and Western Brown. Williamsburg has the smallest enrollment of any Clermont County school. “I expected to be competitive this year because we have some [ Read More ]

The Clermont Sun hires Evans as Web department manager

The Clermont Sun Publishing Company has hired Trevor Evans to lead its Web Development Department. “I’m really excited to be part of such a dynamic, growing company,” Evans said. “In the 18 months that Clermont Sun Publishing has been helping small businesses create their online presence, it has become the local leader in Web development [ Read More ]

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