Archive for January, 2012

Legal Notices for January 26, 2012

NOTICE OF SALE UNDER JUDGMENT OF LIENS FOR DELINQUENT REAL ESTATE TAXES COURT OF COMMON PLEAS CLERMONT COUNTY, OHIO CASE NO. 2011-CVE-00024 J. ROBERT TRUE, TREASURER of Clermont County, Ohio Plaintiff -vs- FANCHON M. DAPPER, DECEASED, ET. AL., Defendants WHEREAS, judgment has been rendered against certain parcels of real property for taxes, assessments, penalties, interest, [ Read More ]

Slow start dooms Bethel

Coming in to their match up with Southern Buckeye Conference American Division rival Western Brown, the Bethel-Tate girls basketball team was already facing plenty of adversity.   With post player Kendall Murphy already out for the year due to injury, the Lady Tigers lost their tallest remaining player, senior starter Cyra Jones, to a concussion [ Read More ]

Amelia defeats Goshen in team victory

The Amelia Lady Barons toughened themselves up over the Holidays by playing some of the best competition the area has to offer in Glen Este, Turpin and Milford.   Although Amelia lost all three games, Lady Barons head coach Tara Kaiser believes the challenge those three games brought to her team will make them better [ Read More ]

Milford tough defense, outside shooting lifts Eagles past Little Miami in FAVC tilt

The Milford Eagles came into the 2011-12 campaign with a lot of new, albeit talented, blood on their varsity basketball team. The Eagles have shown flashes of their potential as a serious contender in the Fort Ancient Valley Conference, but also have seen that potential escape them in a few close losses.   After going [ Read More ]

Great Oaks campuses hold open houses for parents, sophomores

Area parents and high school sophomores will have the chance to get a first-hand look at the 35 career programs available for high school juniors and seniors at the four Great Oaks Career Campuses during upcoming open houses. Each of the campuses will have instructors and students on hand to talk with visitors and demonstrate [ Read More ]

Clara Bayer, 88

Clara Virginia “Jennie” Bayer, 88, died Jan. 16 with her husband Bill by her side. Bayer served in the United States Navy during World War II and was a member of the American Legion Post 72, the women’s auxiliary and Eastern Star. Bayer is survived by her husband William “Bill” of 64 years, children Bill [ Read More ]

Gary Morse, 64

Gary P. Morse, 64, of Milford, died Jan. 17 in Cincinnati. Morse was a chemical engineer and president of Surkamp and Rowe. He is survived by his wife Eileen, daughter Kimberly, son Bryan and brother Doug (Marie) Morse. Services noon Jan. 23 at Good Shepherd Church. Interment at Gate of Heaven Cemetery in Montgomery. Memorials [ Read More ]

Teresa Taylor, 47

Teresa Taylor, 47, of Goshen, died Jan. 20 in Wilmington. Taylor was an assembler in the manufacturing industry. She is survived by her father Edsil Oaks Sr., mother Effa Oaks, children Crystal Wheeler, Jerad Crowe, Jessica Crowe and Gregory Taylor Jr., seven grandchildren and siblings Linda Raisor, Edsil Oaks Jr., Clayton Oaks, Valorie Swearingen and [ Read More ]

Clifford Felts, 62

Clifford H. Felts Jr., 62, of New Richmond, died Jan. 18. Felts is survived by his mother Thelma Jean Felts, siblings Ricky Lee (Pam), Larry Gene (Debbie), Mickey Randall Felts, Reva Anne (Brian) Donley, Jonathan David (Amy) Felts Jr., and many nieces, nephews, great nieces and great nephews. He was preceded in death his brother [ Read More ]

Shirley Alderman, 81

Shirley Mae Alderman, 81, of Miami Township, died Jan. 19 in Milford. Alderman was a factory worker for Kenner Toys. She is survived by her children Glen (Cheri), Steve, Rick and Dave (Barbara) Alderman, grandchildren Kevin, Landen, Mary Ann, Donny, Jayson and Daniel Alderman, 11 great-grandchildren and siblings Jerry (Delores) Sloan and Donald (Hazel) Sloan. [ Read More ]

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