Archive for April, 2013

Public Notices for April 25, 2013

PROBATE COURT OF CLERMONT COUNTY, OHIO STEPHANIE WYLER, JUDGE ADOPTION OF MADISON NICOLE BEAUCHAMP Case No. 2013 AD 01137 NOTICE OF HEARING ON PETITION FOR ADOPTION To: Bobby Lee whose address cannot be ascertained with reasonable diligence. His last known address is 1807 Fieldcrest, Lawrenceburg, Indiana. You are hereby notified that on the 20th day [ Read More ]

Rep. Doug Green visited daycare facility in Batavia

State House Representative Doug Green toured a quality-rated child care program in Batavia on Thursday, April 4. The goal was to draw attention to the many community-based child care programs that will not benefit from the preschool dollars included in Governor Kasich’s education budget. Michele Jowers, director of the Afton Wesleyan Preschool and Day Care, [ Read More ]

GEORGE BROWN
What am I living for?

By George Brown Strange, isn’t it, how a convergence of events can give us pause to consider that age old question, “What am I living for?” This past week has been one of those times for me. My own impending birthday was the first trigger – not a doomsday sort of countdown but an annual [ Read More ]

JOHN BECKER
Ohio House makes important changes to the state budget

By John Becker The state operating budget (Substitute House Bill 59) has passed out of the Ohio House and is on its way to the Senate, where it will receive further consideration. The budget bill was vetted and debated extensively in the House Finance and Appropriations Committee for a total of 69 hours, during which [ Read More ]

ROB PORTMAN
We need a real energy plan to fix the economy

By Rob Portman A real energy plan for America can help bring back jobs, turn around our trade deficit and spark an American manufacturing renaissance. It starts with an all-of-the-above strategy, including an aggressive plan to take advantage of America’s abundant resources and innovative technology in Ohio and around the country. But it also includes [ Read More ]

Burg’s Young signs letter of intent to Cincinnati Christian

By Chris Chaney Sun staff Williamsburg High School’s all-time leading scorer has found a new gym to fill it up. Kendal Young signed his National Letter of Intent last week to continue his academic and athletic career at Cincinnati Christian University. “I’ve known Coach Tracy for a few years and I thought that he would [ Read More ]

CNE’s strong senior class leads Lady Rockets into tourney

By Chris Chaney Sun staff “To be the best, you have to beat the best.” That’s an adage Bill Goldfuss and his Clermont Northeastern Lady Rockets have adopted for the 2013 season. Perennially among the top teams in Southwest Ohio and ranked No. 1 in the city, the Lady Rockets traveled down to Lexington, Ky. [ Read More ]

Trojans using talent over numbers

By Chris Chaney Sun staff The Glen Este Trojans track and field teams are making the best of what they’ve got. While they may not have the numbers to fill every event and compete to win meets that feature larger schools, the Trojans do boast a strong core of talent, much of it young, that [ Read More ]

Warriors off to hot start, lead the SBC midway through 2013 season

By Chris Chaney Sun staff 1979. That was 34 years ago. It was also the last time a Goshen Warriors baseball team won a Southern Buckeye Conference title. 12 games into the 2013 season, those same Warriors find themselves atop the SBC-American Division with an 11-3 record. “Right now, we’re off to a great start,” [ Read More ]

Eagles undefeated to start

By Chris Chaney Sun staff Not on many people’s radar prior to the season, Claire Smalley’s Milford tennis team has turned some heads and garnered a lot of respect from their area opponents as they have come out of the gate exceptionally well to sit atop the Eastern Cincinnati Conference unblemished through seven matches this [ Read More ]


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