Archive for November, 2012

Faith UMC Christmas Bazaar to be held Dec. 7

The Annual Christmas Bazaar at Faith United Methodist Church, 180 N. Fifth St., Batavia, will be held from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. Dec. 7. Chicken and Sloppy Joe sandwiches will be served as well as vegetable soup, bean soup, salads, drinks and home-baked desserts. Craft items, original water color paintings, jewelry, Christmas Gifts and [ Read More ]

Public Notices for November 29, 2012

LEGAL NOTICE CLERMONT COMMON PLEAS COURT The Bank of New York Mellon, f/k/a The Bank of New York, as Trustee, by and through its attorney-in-fact, Vanderbilt Mortgage and Finance, Inc., Plaintiff vs. Teri Bolin and Unknown Heir(s) of Nancy L. Kemper. The Unknown Heir(s) of Nancy L. Kemper, deceased, will take notice that on June [ Read More ]

GEORGE BROWN
‘You’re not an auctioneer yet’

By George Brown At this time last year we had just wrapped up the Senior Services Levy campaign and I had set my retirement countdown clock at 30 days and counting. If someone had said to me, “George, a year from now you will be a licensed real estate agent and an apprentice auctioneer working [ Read More ]

LEN HARDING
Parties out of touch with reality

By Len Harding Now that the election dust is settling and the shouting has died away, it is interesting to look back. Our political parties are out of touch with reality and each other. Republicans are scrambling to figure out how to sell high risk to the elderly, permanent subservience to minorities and poverty to [ Read More ]

ROB PORTMAN
Small Business Saturday, but pro-growth all year

By Rob Potman For the second straight year, the United States Senate has designated the Saturday after Thanksgiving as Small Business Saturday. The idea is simple: highlight and encourage all of us to shop at locally-owned small businesses. Last year’s resolution seemed to quite literally pay off, as there was a big increase in shoppers [ Read More ]

JEAN SCHMIDT
There are new faces of poverty in Southern Ohio

By Jean Schmidt I was among about 300 people who volunteered Wednesday to pack food for the needy and help them carry it out of the Freestore Foodbank in Cincinnati’s Over-the-Rhine neighborhood. Among the folks I assisted were several grandmothers, who smiled as they spoke of how busy they’ll be cooking Thanksgiving meals for the [ Read More ]

Milford’s Sullivan will take her talents to Ohio Dominican University next season

By Chris Chaney Sun staff Milford High School announced that senior volleyball player Rachael Sullivan signed her National Letter of Intent to continue her studies and playing career at Ohio Dominican University in Columbus next year during the early signing period. “I’m so proud of her because of how hard that she’s worked,” Milford head [ Read More ]

Lady Trojans ready to enter area’s elite

By Chris Chaney Sun staff After three years of meddling in mediocrity, Glen Este Lady Trojans head coach Jeff Click believes that the 2012-13 season is the one in which his team will take the next step in becoming one of the top girls’ basketball teams in the area. “We’ve been kind of average the [ Read More ]

Finally with varsity experience, Barons are ready to take off

By Chris Chaney Sun staff The Amelia Barons got off to a sluggish start to the 2011-12 basketball season and didn’t really right the ship until the calendar turned to 2012, going 1-7 in their eight games in 2011. However, with some players returning with varsity experience under their belts, head coach Craig Mazzaro believes [ Read More ]

Coming off historic junior season, Kendal Young and the Wildcats look to capture SBC title

By Chris Chaney Sun staff In his junior year regular season finale, Kendall Young topped the 1,000-point plateau in a 23-point loss to Blanchester. The junior joined an exclusive group among Williamsburg’s basketball greats, but with the milestone now nine months behind him, Young and the Wildcats are looking to get back to the top [ Read More ]


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