Archive for August, 2012

Public Notices for August 30, 2012

COURT OF COMMON PLEAS DIVISION OF DOMESTIC RELATIONS CLERMONT COUNTY, OHIO Case No. 12 DRA 1026 LEGAL NOTICE Henry Paxton Plaintiff vs. Kristin Byberg Defendant Henry Paxton, whose last known address is 14400 49th St., Clearwater, Florida, 33762, and whose place of residence is unknown and cannot with reasonable diligence be ascertained, will take notice [ Read More ]

GEORGE BROWN
His eye is on the sparrow, and I know He watches me

A few weeks ago Yvonne wrote a column about her childhood growing up on State Avenue in Cincinnati, where she lived and played for the first 16 years of her life. That column was so well received I asked her to write another. There was one year during her childhood when Yvonne did not live [ Read More ]

SHERROD BROWN
Connecting veterans with new employment opportunities

Ohio is home to more than 890,000 veterans, making our state the nation’s sixth-largest population of veterans. Despite their service, an unacceptably high number of veterans struggle to find work. Just as we invest in our servicemembers while they’re on the battlefield, we should do the same when they return home. That’s why it’s imperative [ Read More ]

ROB PORTMAN
The regulatory cliff is nearly as steep as the fiscal one

Americans are learning more about the “fiscal cliff” approaching at the beginning of next year, when tax rates for families and small businesses are set to spike and new taxes in President Obama’s health-care spending law take effect. But unless there’s real change in Washington, we’re also headed for a steep “regulatory cliff” that could [ Read More ]

BSC Eagles are Dog Day Finalists

The 2012 fall soccer season got underway with the CSA Dog Days soccer tournament, August 17-19, and what a great season opening weekend it was for the BSC Eagles. The Eagles are a u12 girls soccer team comprised of players from Brown, Clermont and Hamilton Counties, who play competitively for the Beechmont Soccer Club. Competing [ Read More ]

Lady Cougars set sights on repeat with new faces

2011-12 was a banner year for the University of Cincinnati – Clermont College volleyball team. The season saw the team reach the top of the Ohio Collegiate League, winning both the regular season title well as the conference tournament. Setting a 24-6 mark, the Lady Cougars earned their sixth straight trip to the United States [ Read More ]

Lady Barons girls’ tennis team to rally around triumvirate of senior leadership

The Amelia girls’ tennis team has had some steady success over the past few seasons and the Lady Barons hope to parlay those winning ways into the 2012-13 season. Returning all three singles starters from a year ago, Amelia will be led by set of seniors that will be comfortable in their roles while they [ Read More ]

Local Senior State Olympian qualifies for National Games

Gary Miller has always felt a need to compete. Going back to his days when he used to race motorcycles, Miller loved the challenge of besting his competitors. However, as he’s grown older, Miller has moved on to another form of racing: running. And at 70 years old, he’s very good at. “I race in [ Read More ]

Felicity hoping mixture of players is recipe for success

The Felicity Cardinals’ boys’ soccer will run out a varied group of players this season in hopes of not only matching last season’s success, but surpassing it. “We do have a lot of good seniors this year,” head coach Vicki Wehrum said. “But we have a very large group of kids who are sophomore and [ Read More ]

Stith twins use hard work and discipline in quest to reach goals

What began as a trial curiosity with distance running in the eighth grade has transformed into a passion for Batavia juniors and twin brothers Griffin and Hunter Stith. “I did distance for the first time in the eighth grade and did pretty well, so I just kept with it,” Hunter said. As is the case [ Read More ]


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