Archive for February, 2012

Rabolt named new Clermont administrator

The Board of Clermont County Commissioners has named Stephen Rabolt as Clermont County Administrator. Rabolt has served as interim administrator since Jan. 1. Rabolt has more than 20 years of public service experience. He has been employed by Clermont County since 1996 and has served as the county’s director of the Office of Technology, Communications, [ Read More ]

Legal Notices for February 23, 2012

COURT OF COMMON PLEAS CLERMONT COUNTY, OHIO Case No. 2012-CVE-00032 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION JUDGE HERMAN J. ROBERT TRUE, TREASURER Plaintiff vs. DAVID MORRIS, ET. AL., Defendant TO THE DEFENDANT, DAVID MORRIS, WHOSE ADDRESS IS UNKNOWN. Plaintiff has brought this action naming you as Defendants by filing a Complaint on January 9, 2012 in the Clermont [ Read More ]

Rotary presents books to CNE Elementary

Batavia Rotary President David Phaneuf, District Governor Elect Peter Weiglin, and Rotarian Brian Switzer recently presented dictionaries and thesauruses at CNE Elementary School. CNE Principal Glenda Green assisted the Rotary members in distributing thesauruses to all fifth graders and dictionaries to all third graders. These educational tools were also given to all third and fifth [ Read More ]

Ridners welcome son

Jason and Kelly Ridner, Georgetown have announced the birth of their son, Ethan Jackson, who was born Monday, Jan. 16, 2012. Maternal grandparents are Ken and Georgia Schleyer of Goshen. Paternal grandparents are Sherry Ridner of Georgetown and Leroy Ridner of Milford. Ethan is welcomed home by brother and sister, Alex and Samantha Schleyer.

Gerber, Isaac united in marriage by Mayor Hart

The first official wedding of the year for 2012 in Amelia Village was the union of Amelia Village councilwoman Renee Gerber’s Daughter Lauren Gerber to Zachary Isaac Sunday, Feb. 19. Both Lauren and Zachary are members of the United States Army. Zachary is a member of the 3rd Calvary Recon unit stationed at Fort Hood [ Read More ]

Home remedies weren’t pretty but they worked

I’ll never forget my first encounter with an enema bag. I was about 8 years old and had one heck of a belly ache from something I’d eaten. I’d heard stories from my older brothers and sister about intimate relationships they’d had with that little black nozzle at the end of the hose on the [ Read More ]

Eliminating conflicts of interest in Congress

Sometimes, it’s no wonder that Americans have lost faith in Congress. Last year, a groundbreaking report by 60 Minutes found that some Members of Congress may be using insider information—acquired through their official duties—to enrich their stock holdings. Members of Congress should not have a different set of rules—they should be treated the same as [ Read More ]

Pray for the family hurt by scandal

Mad, sad, depressed, disgusted – if those describe your reaction to the disclosure of the alleged crimes committed by former commissioner Archie Wilson, well join the club. Mad at how someone abused the trust placed in him. Sad for the tragedy forced upon his family. Depressed, well that goes along with the first two. I [ Read More ]

New Richmond, Bethel-Tate lead Clermont into districts

Clermont County will be well represented when the district wrestling meets are held this coming weekend. 48 wrestlers were able to advance from seven schools led by 13 from New Richmond, 10 from Bethel-Tate and eight from Glen Este.   The Lions and Tigers were the big winners from the Division II sectional at Western [ Read More ]

New Richmond blows out Ross in first round of sectional tournament

The New Richmond Lady Lions were able to overcome a slow start offensively by creating turnovers and transition baskets en route to a 22-point first-round win over Ross, 42-20, in the sectional tournament on Thursday, Feb. 16.   “Our defense always creates our offense,” New Richmond coach Brad Hatfield said. “We were getting stops and [ Read More ]

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