Archive for October, 2011

Legal Notices for October 27

COURT OF COMMON PLEAS DIVISION OF DOMESTIC RELATIONS CLERMONT COUNTY, OHIO 2340 CLERMONT CENTER DRIVE BATAVIA, OHIO 45103 Case No. 11 DRA 0735 LEGAL NOTICE Wiliona A. Kemenes Plaintiff -vs- Andras Kemenes Defendant Andras Kemenes, whose last known address is 30-38 73rd Street, East Elmhurst, NY 11370 and whose place of residence is unknown and [ Read More ]

Judge Rodenberg receives OAM Award

At the recent 2011 Fall Conference Banquet of the Ohio Association of Magistrates held Sept. 22 at the Crowne Plaza Columbus North, Clermont County Domestic Relations Judge Kathleen M. Rodenberg was one of two former Magistrates, now judges, to receive the prestigious OAM Judicial Award. The award, which is presented annually to no more than [ Read More ]

Pollock, Barber united in marriage

Stephen R. Pollock wed Jennifer L. Barber Saturday Sept. 17, 2011 at The Old West Festival during the Native American Weekend. Their Native American Ceremony was officiated by Reverend Fred A. Shaw and an Honor Drum Ceremony was performed by the White Oak Singers led by Mike Amiott. Long time friends of the family, Danita [ Read More ]

Erdy fund-raiser to be held

To honor fallen Clermont County Marine, Lcpl Nicholas B. Erdy, the Seventh Annual Nick Erdy Foundation Dinner, Dance and Auction has been scheduled for Saturday, Nov. 19 at the Norlyn Manor in Batavia. The evening’s festivities begin at 5:30 p.m. and will include dinner, provided by Texas Roadhouse, open bar, dancing and silent auction. All [ Read More ]

GEORGE BROWN
Where are you from?

This is a question we often ask when we meet a stranger. If you are a thousand miles from home when someone asks this question, you might say, “Cincinnati,” just to keep it simple. But the closer you are to home the more likely you are to say, “Clermont County,” or to name the local [ Read More ]

PAUL SCHWIETERING
Most recent debate was most raucous

After watching the debate of the Republican presidential candidates in Las Vegas Oct. 18, my first reaction was that it seemed more like a video clip of scenes from the Springer show than a debate. Mitt Romney, who in previous debates had seemed to be a couple of grades above the rest of the Republican [ Read More ]

SHERROD BROWN
Congress is cracking down on currency manipulation

The biggest jobs bills to pass this session of Congress – one with the potential of creating or saving two million jobs with no cost to taxpayers – passed the Senate this week with strong bipartisan support. This bipartisan legislation, the Currency Exchange Rate Oversight Reform Act of 2011, which I introduced and cleared the [ Read More ]

Clermont County harriers dominate Southern Buckeye Conference distance title races

New Richmond, Batavia, and Bethel-Tate each earned a championship in Southern Buckeye Conference cross country competition. Boys American Division Team scores and standings New Richmond 16, Bethel-Tate 64, Western Brown 76, Goshen 87, and Amelia 121. Clermont Northeastern did not compete. New Richmond literally ran away with the title by having the first four finishers. [ Read More ]

Milford water polo is state tournament bound

Both the Milford boys and girls varsity water polo teams earned berths in the state championship tournament. Regional Tournament Boys Results The boys won the South Regional title. Milford 26 GlenOak 17 Goals : David Matulis five, Magnus Emde Larsen three, Alex Frank three, Joel Keefer three, Andrew McDarty three, Zak Woodson three, Bruce Rich [ Read More ]

New Richmond, Amelia, and Williamsburg win easily in Week Nine of varsity football season

New Richmond, Amelia, and Williamsburg were victorious in Week Nine action of Clermont County high school varsity football. New Richmond 48 Oak Hill 8 The Lions climbed all over the visiting Oak Hill Oak from Jackson County, Ohio, 48-8, in a non-conference drubbing. The Clermont countians were in complete control the final three quarters of [ Read More ]


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