Archive for June, 2012

A response to the letter from Grenelda Schnitzoldorf

I guess I should begin by noting, if you did not read the letter to the editor that occupied this space in last week’s paper, this column will only confuse you. For those who did read the referenced letter please understand my response is without malice, but I simply cannot let that letter fade into [ Read More ]

Schools provide a dependable source of food and nutrition

More than 840,000 children in Ohio depend on school for more than an education. For children living well-below the poverty line, schools also provide a dependable source of food and nutrition. During the school year, more than 840,000 Ohio children receive nutrition assistance through free or reduced-price school lunches. So what happens to these children [ Read More ]

Crisscrossing the state of Ohio

When I was a congressman representing a district in southwest Ohio, my family and I continued to live in the Cincinnati area. I commuted to Washington every week so we could raise our three kids in Ohio and so I could stay in better touch with a district that went from downtown Cincinnati to beyond [ Read More ]

Vipers claim fifth league title

The BSC Vipers finished their 2012 spring season in the Cincinnati United Soccer League as Champions. Playing for Beechmont Soccer Club, the Vipers went 6-0-1 for the season in CUSL Girls Division II. It was the team’s fifth undefeated league title in the past seven seasons. By building on past successes and adding a few [ Read More ]

Elks Run Golf Club gives local golfers a place to practice, play

Elks Run Golf Club, located in Batavia on Elklick Rd. off of Route 222, gives golfers a unique experience to play a course designed by one of the greatest golfers of all time. Designed by Greg Norman Golf Design, Elks Run was opened in 1999 as a great alternative to other house-lined golf courses around [ Read More ]

Glen Este, Milford joining Eastern Cincinnati Conference

Glen Este and Milford High Schools are among the seven founders of the Eastern Cincinnati Conference, which will begin competition in the fall of the 2012-2013 school year. Previously members of the Fort Ancient Valley Conference, both schools felt the need athletically as well as financially to move on from the FAVC in hopes of [ Read More ]

Racing Aces capture Air Race Classic ending in Clermont

The 36th annual Air Race Classic wrapped up on Friday, June 22 as more than 50 airplanes manned by over 100 female pilots landed at the Clermont County Airport after flying over 2,330 nautical miles in an event that kicked off in Lake Havasu City, Ariz. on Tuesday, June 19. The event, held every year [ Read More ]

Bethel-Tate names Jonathan Loudermilk as athletic director

The Bethel-Tate athletic department announced that Jonathan Loudermilk will begin the 2012-2013 school year as the high school’s new athletic director. Loudermilk is from a suburb of Atlanta called Buford, Ga. where he attended North Gwinnett High School and excelled in football. From high school, his football talents led Loudermilk up north to play at [ Read More ]

Cincinnati Polo Club clinic teaches the sport

The Cincinnati Polo Club held its first polo clinic of the year on Saturday, June 18 at Wilshire Farms, the club’s headquarters. Attendees were privy to one-on-one instruction as well as the chance to learn the rules and techniques of the game. “It’s always good to have good people come out,” Keith Potter, President of [ Read More ]

Oaks students use skills to help Clermont Crew

Students at the Live Oaks and Diamond Oaks Career Campuses used their skills recently to benefit another group of high school students—members of the Clermont Crew. Clermont Crew is a nationally-recognized high school rowing team based on Harsha Lake in East Fork State Park. Students from all over Clermont County row on the team and [ Read More ]

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