Archive for September, 2013

Exciting adventures at our old Kentucky home

By George Brown We moved to the little house on the hill in Foster, Kentucky in the fall of 1980. As houses go, it was not spectacular in design, but possessed a charm worthy of its history and a picturesque view of the Ohio River to be coveted by the owners of far more luxurious [ Read More ]

Enrollment set to begin for insurance marketplace

By Sherrod Brown In less than two weeks, enrollment begins for the health law’s new insurance marketplace, allowing almost one million Ohioans to become eligible for financial assistance to purchase quality, affordable health insurance. Starting October 1, Ohioans without insurance, or those who would like to change their insurance plans, can shop for health insurance [ Read More ]

Wine and Whiskers wine tasting event to be held

The League for Animal Welfare has announced that local legends Nick and Nina Clooney will be celebrity hosts at this year’s Wine & Whiskers wine tasting and auction, to be held on Saturday, Oct. 12. The Clooneys will be on hand enjoying the festivities and mingling with event guests for a worthy cause: bettering the lives of cats [ Read More ]

Warriors’ young talent has a chance to become a force in SBC

By Chris Chaney Sun staff The Southern Buckeye Conference boys’ golf scene has been taken over by the New Richmond Lions in recent years, but ask New Richmond head coach Phil Heflin who he has his eyes on as the future of the league and he doesn’t hesitate. “Really, Goshen, as a team, is playing [ Read More ]

Growing pains, physical pains slowed Bethel initially, but team is coming on strong lately

By Chris Chaney Sun staff The growing pains of high school sports don’t simply pertain to having a roster chalk-full of underclassmen, which the Bethel-Tate Lady Tigers have, but they also manifest some of those pains in the form of injuries, as well. Combine those pains, growing and physical, and a climb towards a championship [ Read More ]

Lady Rockets hope to secure share of second place in SBC, steal a match in sectional tourney

By Chris Chaney Sun staff The Clermont Northeastern girls’ tennis program is on the move and it’s not looking back. Head coach Liz Benjamin has a divide in age among her team, but the well-bonded group is in search of some late-season magic to secure a runner-up finish in the Southern Buckeye Conference’s National Division, [ Read More ]

Good first tour through the SBC has the Lady Barons in the hunt for a league title

By Chris Chaney Sun staff One of the things Amelia Lady Barons head coach Joe Chaney stresses to his volleyball team is that in a competitive league like the Southern Buckeye Conference’s American Division, there is no such thing as a night off. At 6-7 overall and 3-2 in the league, the Lady Barons are [ Read More ]

Trojans drop ECC opener, but still have ‘every opportunity’ to achieve their goals

By Chris Chaney Sun staff The Glen Este Trojans are walking a fine line now four weeks into the 2013 season. Sitting at 1-3, the prevailing thought is that the Trojans are a much better team than their win-loss record would indicate, but as Bill Parcells famously said, “you are what your record says you [ Read More ]

Grant Career Center AutomotiveYES interns continue on road to success

Each spring, the Automotive Service Technology juniors gear up their interview and technical skills and present themselves to area dealership service managers in hopes of landing an AutomotiveYES Summer internship position. These paid internships reinforce their classroom learning and lab experiences by partnering them with mentors and experienced technicians in the field and preparing them [ Read More ]

Glen Este homecoming parade theme will be ‘Into the Ocean’

Glen Este High School will be jumping “Into the Ocean” for this year’s Fall Homecoming Celebration the first week in October. School and Community Organizations and Athletic and Performance Teams are invited to join in the Homecoming Parade from 6-7 p.m Friday Oct. 4 (with lineup from 5-5:30 pm and judging at 5:30). In order [ Read More ]

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