Archive for May, 2013

Public Notices for May 30, 2013

PROBATE COURT OF CLERMONT COUNTY, OHIO STEPHANIE WYLER, JUDGE RE: THE LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT OF TIMOTHY BLAIN BAILEY, DECEASED CASE NO. 2012 CV 226 PUBLICATION NOTICE “TO ALL NEXT OF KIN OF TIMOTHY BLAIN BAILEY, DECEASED; AND ALL OTHER PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE OF TIMOTHY BLAIN BAILEY, DECEASED; LATE OF 1198 FOREST RUN [ Read More ]

Democrats to host wine tasting at Harmony Hill Vineyards

The Clermont County Democratic Party is hosting a wine tasting at Harmony Hill Vineyards, Bethel, from 5 – 8 p.m. Wednesday, June 19. Spend a Summer’s Eve at lovely Harmony Hill Vineyard sampling delicious wines, sharing lively conversations among friends and savoring great food. Entertainment will be provided by the Emerson and Hagerman Jazz Duo. [ Read More ]

Cooking class to be held at Living Spaces Custom Design

A cooking class will be held at Living Spaces Custom Design in Batavia from 6:30 – 8:30 p.m. Tuesday, June 11. The class will be taught by chef Gayle Payton Walls, owner of I Dream of Dinners. The theme will be “Celebrate Father’s Day.” The cost is $30 per person. Participants will learn how to [ Read More ]

Clermont veterans publish poems based on war experiences

Vietnam Veterans of America, Clermont County Chapter 649 members Cliff Riley and Ken Williamson both have had poems accepted for publication in the 2013 release of “Poems and Drawings on Peace and Justice,” by editor and publisher Saad Ghosn. The poems, written about Riley’s and Williamson’s Vietnam experience, will be illustrated through the skills of [ Read More ]

Free educational series on Alzheimer’s offered in June

Alzheimer’s disease presents many questions for caregivers and families. The Alzheimer’s Association of Greater Cincinnati will sponsor an educational series to help answer many of those questions beginning on Tuesday, June 4. What Families Need to Know…When the Diagnosis is Alzheimer’s Disease or Other Dementias is an education series designed for family, friends and caregivers [ Read More ]

GEORGE BROWN
The sad fate of a chicken that laid an egg a day too late

By George Brown When I started first grade in 1952 in a one room schoolhouse near Bristol, Ohio, we actually walked a mile one way to school. I admit it was only uphill in one direction, but we did walk to and from school in the snow, and as best I can recall we never [ Read More ]

SHERROD BROWN
Protecting Ohio’s water and promoting economic growth

By Sherrod Brown Ohio has always been a water-rich state. Access to our state’s many bodies of water attracted early settlers and supported generations of farmers and fishermen, manufacturers, and boaters. Today, our harbors and waterways contribute billions of dollars to our state’s economy, and Ohio’s harbors alone directly support more than 8,500 jobs. With [ Read More ]

PAUL SCHWIETERING
Changing the behavior of China’s leaders

By Paul Schwietering On the front page of the May 20th New York Times I saw the headline “Chinese Hackers Resume Attacks on U.S. Targets.”  The article, written by David E. Sanger and Nicole Perlroth, reports that “three months after hackers working for a cyber unit of China’s People’s Liberation Army went silent amid evidence [ Read More ]

ROB PORTMAN
Americans deserve the truth about damaging scandals

By Rob Portman The last two weeks have further weakened our trust and confidence in our government. And no matter who is in power, Democrat or Republican, that’s not good news for our democracy. Revelations of misconduct by the IRS in targeting certain groups based on their politics, the Obama administration misleading us on Benghazi, [ Read More ]

Batavia’s Thornton will play ball at OSU Lima, study towards electrical engineering

By Chris Chaney Sun staff Batavia High School senior pitcher Blake Thronton signed a National Letter of Intent to continue his baseball and academic career at the Ohio State University at Lima. “I went through a recruiting website and over time I formed some other connections through my coaches,” Thornton said. “I got an e-mail [ Read More ]


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