Archive for October, 2013

Public Notices for October 24, 2013

COURT OF COMMON PLEAS CLERMONT COUNTY, OHIO CASE NO. 2013 CVE 0826 Judge McBride NOTICE BY PUBLICATION NATIONAL BANK & TRUST CO. Plaintiff, -vs- JEFFREY D. HINKLE Defendants. TO THE DEFENDANTS: 1. The unknown heirs, devisees, legatees, administrators, executors, spouses, successors, assigns, creditors and guardians of the unknown heirs, devisees, legatees, creditors, assigns and guardians [ Read More ]

Order of the Purple Heart meets in Clermont

The Military Order of the Purple Heart, Chapter 156 is offering free life memberships. The Chapter meets every third Tuesday of the month at 7 p.m. at the Union Township Civic Center building located at 4350 Aicholtz Rd., Eastgate. Chapter 156 has members from WW 2, Korea. Vietnam, Desert Storm, Iraq and Afghanistan. Our Chapter [ Read More ]

Batavia school board establishes two new clubs

By Kristin Rover Sun staff Batavia Local School District board members established a craft club and a technology at the high school club during their Oct. 21 meeting. Both clubs will offer opportunities for students to be involved with their classmates as well as learn new skills. Camey Eberhard, assistant principal at Batavia High School, [ Read More ]

Fallen Heroes Memorial to be unveiled Nov. 10

By Kristin Rover Sun staff A new memorial is being raised at East Fork State Park to honor Clermont County servicemen who gave their lives. A dedication ceremony for the memorial will be held Nov. 10 at the Matt Maupin Welcome Pavilion at the park. The Fallen Heroes Memorial will include the names of servicemen [ Read More ]

November is Adoption Awareness Month in Clermont

By Kristin Rover Sun staff Clermont County Commissioners proclaimed November as Adoption Awareness Month in Clermont County during their Oct. 23 meeting. Commissioner Ed Humphrey read the proclamation during the meeting. “We encourage citizens, businesses and others to celebrate adoption and honor families,” Humphrey said. Tim Dick, deputy director of Children’s Protective Services in Clermont [ Read More ]

Sheriff’s Office holds senior citizens’ event

Sheriff Rodenberg and his staff Recently hosted a senior citizen appreciation lunch at the Clermont County Fairgrounds. This event has been held annually by the Clermont County Sheriff’s Office as a way of thanking and recognizing area seniors for their citizenship and service to the community. This year’s event was attended by 150 seniors and [ Read More ]

FCS Teen Board kicks off new term

The Family and Consumer Science Teen Board met Oct. 3 at the Clermont County Fairgrounds to elect officers and plan activities for 2014. The FCS Teen Board officers for 2013-2014 are President Anna Francis, Vice President Layla Novak, Treasurer Sarah Francis, Recording Secretary Haley Dennison, Corresponding Secretary Lauren Pride, 4-H Committee Representative Kate Novak, and [ Read More ]

GEORGE BROWN
It’s time to create a new ‘Agenda for the Future’

By George Brown In October 1988 – 25 years ago this month – Ed Parish (Clermont Chamber of Commerce CEO at the time) and Bill Over (public servant and marketing guru), convened a group of community leaders to have a conversation about the future of Clermont County. This meeting resulted in a year-long endeavor that [ Read More ]

SHERROD BROWN
Ending the shutdown and working to get back on track

By Sherrod Brown For 16 days, the day-to-day business of processing veterans benefits, approving small business loans, developing cures for deadly diseases, and inspecting food was halted. Why? Our government shut down because one faction, of one party, in one chamber, of one branch of government held the full faith and credit of the United [ Read More ]

LEN HARDING
Obamacare really has created a death panel

By Len Harding Apparently Obamacare really did create a death panel. Not the one Fox News lied about; something worse. The Republicans decided that the United States must die if they cannot have their way. The Republicans have become America’s Death Panel. Republicans are reacting to the effects of historical developments by desperately trying to [ Read More ]


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