Archive for March, 2011

Two injured in crash on in Tate Township

Two Georgetown residents were flown to University Hospital Monday afternoon as a result of a crash on state Route 133. According to the Batavia Post of the State Highway Patrol’s preliminary investigation Connie Newland, 57, was southbound on state Route 133 in Tate Township south of Macedonia Road at about 2:50 p.m. March 28 when [ Read More ]

Museum to commemorate Civil War sesquicentennial

Local author and expert on Morgan’s Raid Lester Horwitz will be featured this summer at the Greater Loveland Historical Museum as part of the museum’s commemoration of the 150th anniversary of the start of the Civil War. Museum director Jane Beller said the museum is soliciting loans of collections from Kentucky and throughout the Greater [ Read More ]

Rep. Schmidt opens Union Township office

Congresswoman Jean Schmidt was welcomed into her new office in Union Township with a ribbon cutting ceremony hosted by the Union Township Trustees Thursday, March 24. Schmidt relocated her Clermont County office from Batavia to the Union Township Civic Center amidst discussion by the Clermont County Commissioners regarding the cost effectiveness of a number of [ Read More ]

Warehousing facility opened in Batavia Township

Utility Trailer Manufacturing marked the opening of its nationwide distribution center in Batavia Township with a ribbon cutting ceremony Wednesday, March 30. The warehouse occupies the former Georgia-Pacific plant on Curliss Lane. Utility’s after market distribution center supplies the nation’s largest trailer-only dealer network with replacement parts for all of the company’s 50,000 trailers that [ Read More ]

GEORGE BROWN
Memories are still cherished 36 years later

It was late afternoon when Yvonne and I arrived at Sunrise Campground in Mt. Rainer National Park in September 1974. We had crossed the continental divide at the Montana Idaho boarder two days early and were impressed with the view, but nothing could have prepared us for the iconic majesty of Mt. Rainier. Early that [ Read More ]

Baker, Bouley, Campbell, and Hudson are Clermont County FAVC-E Athletes of the Year

The Fort Ancient Valley Conference East Division’s head coaches have selected their winter sports all-star teams for the 2010-11 season. Following are the Clermont countians from Glen Este and Milford high schools who received all-star recognition. Wrestling First team (champion) Caleb Ervin (Glen Este, 103-pounds), Jimmy Shamblin (Milford, 140), and Kyle Turner (Glen Este, 285). [ Read More ]

UC Clermont’s experienced baseball squad will be spearheaded by 15 returning lettermen

University of Cincinnati Clermont College’s head baseball coach Joe Spriggs is expecting a successful season again. He had 32 members on his Cougar varsity squad of a year ago and 15 of them have returned for another year of action. “We’re a little bit young. We need to replace a lot of players,” said Spriggs, [ Read More ]

Confident Cougar fast pitch softball ready for another winning campaign at UC Clermont

The University of Cincinnati Clermont College women’s fast pitch softball team is confident for achieving yet another season of success. Dan Kinney will be leading the Cougars for the fourth consecutive campaign. He began the program four seasons ago. He has eight returning letter earners from last year with the loss of just two. “Our [ Read More ]

Trojan boys bowling squad wins Fort Ancient Valley East title during its undefeated season

The Glen Este varsity boys bowling squad experienced an undefeated season with an overall record of 18-0 and GE was 14-0 in the Fort Ancient Valley Conference East Division (FAVC-E) to gain the league title. “This was a very successful season for us. Our whole goal was to win the conference and to advance through [ Read More ]

Glen Este girls bowling team is unbeaten and wins Fort Ancient Valley – East championship

The Glen Este varsity girls bowling team achieved an unbeaten regular season with an 18-0 overall record. The conference champion Trojans were 14-0 in the Fort Ancient Valley Conference East Division. “It was a great year going undefeated. We had a blast,” said Kathy DeMarko, the head coach of the Purple and White who was [ Read More ]


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