Archive for June, 2013

Public Notices for June 27, 2013

LEGAL NOTICE David R. Maiden, whose last place of residence is known as 130 S. Main Street, Bethel, OH 45106 but whose present place of residence is unknown, and Kimberly L. Maiden, whose last place of residence is known as 130 S. Main Street, Bethel, OH 45106 but whose present place of residence is unknown, [ Read More ]

Clermont YMCA held Veterans Appreciation cookout

The Clermont Family YMCA held a Veterans Appreciation grill out on Flag Day, June 14, 2013.  Among those attending were, from left, Clermont YMCA Board member Bruce Brockman, State Rep. Doug Green, Clermont YMCA Executive Director Sheila Hinton, and Clermont Veterans Services Director Howard Daugherty.

GEORGE BROWN
Today’s column is brought to you by the letter A

By George Brown A is a special letter. Why else would it have been selected to be the first letter of the alphabet? I’m not telling you anything you didn’t already know by pointing out that alpha, which we borrowed from the Greek’s, means “beginning”. But did you know the Greeks borrowed both alpha and [ Read More ]

SHERROD BROWN
The immigration bill must also be a jobs bill for Americans

By Sherrod Brown The United States is a nation of immigrants. From the transcontinental railroad to today’s technological advancements on the information superhighway, immigrants have helped to build our nation. The solution to the immigration challenges we face won’t be simple, but now is the time to take a commonsense approach to immigration reform. That [ Read More ]

PAUL SCHWIETERING
What fascism will look like here in America

By Paul Schwietering If anyone should have known what Fascism consists of, it would have been Benito Mussolini.  How did Mussolini define Fascism?  Mussolini said “Fascism is simply the corporate control of government.” In fairness, Mussolini was leaving out some details about his particular brand of Fascism, such as billy clubs, blackshirts, etc.; however, Mussolini’s [ Read More ]

Flash U13 wins the Summer Sizzler

The Flash 13U Gold National League Team won the Summer Sizzler Part 1 Tournament that was held at the Flash Fields on June 20-23. In the semifinals, the Flash team beat the Lumber Company out of Tipp City, Ohio thanks to pitching by Stephen Krause and Ander Kohrs to advance to the finals.  The Flash played the Kentucky Baseball Club out [ Read More ]

New Richmond athletic director appointed to serve on the SWDAB

New Richmond High School athletic director Doug Foote has been appointed  to the Ohio High School Athletic Association’s Southwest District Athletic Board for the 2013-14 school year. Mr. Foote replaces Mark Hughes, the retiring athletic director at Oakwood High School, as the AA representative to the SWDAB. The OHSAA is divided into six districts with [ Read More ]

Milford coach and player awarded, teammates and GE honored also

By Chris Chaney Sun staff The postseason honors are piling up for the Milford Eagles after the team finished the 2013 season with their third league title in four years as well as a district final appearance. In their inaugural season in the upstart Eastern Cincinnati Conference, the Eagles went 21-7 overall and 10-2 in [ Read More ]

Goshen’s Phillips takes home Athlete of the Year, SBC athletes honored

By Chris Chaney Sun staff The Southern Buckeye Conference named their boys’ track and field All-Star teams following the completion of yet another successful year locally as well as making the steps to represent Clermont County upstate. Goshen’s Calvin Phillips was the lone Clermont student-athlete to receive an individual honor, being named the Field Event [ Read More ]

OHSFSCA name CNE’s Anderson and Milford’s Gregory to All-State teams

By Chris Chaney Sun staff Clermont Northeastern senior pitcher Emily Anderson and Milford junior shortstop Kayla Gregory were both named by the Ohio High School Fastpitch Softball Coaches Association as All-Ohio selections, becoming two of just 196 individuals from around the state to be honored. Moreover, the pair were two of the 33 selected to [ Read More ]


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