Archive for November, 2013

Public Notices for November 28, 2013

COURT OF COMMON PLEAS DIVISION OF DOMESTIC RELATIONS CLERMONT COUNTY, OHIO Case No.: 2013 DRB 00626 ELIZABETH GIRBERT Plaintiff, Vs. JUAN MANUEL SUAREZ-MEJIA Defendant Juan Manuel Suarez-Mejia, whose last known addresses are 4195 S. Yorkshire Sq., Cincinnati, OH 45245 and Guadalupe Victoria No. 320 Local 2, Suite 635, Los cedros (privada de olmos), Metepec, Edo. [ Read More ]

DOUG GREEN
Giving Thanks for Our Many Blessings

By Doug Green There is only one day a year when we can all come together, with family, friends and loved ones, to relax, watch football and enjoy a delicious meal. And that is Thanksgiving. It’s easy to forget the significance of this day because how we celebrate the holiday now is much different than [ Read More ]

New executive director selected for Clermont County visitor’s bureau

The Clermont County Convention and Visitors Bureau has appointed Mark Calitri as Executive Director. Calitri served the past eight years as Director of Sales for Winegardner and Hammons, widely recognized as one of the most prestigious, top ranked hotel management companies in the U.S. Bureau Board Chairman Jim Comodeca says the hiring of Calitri signals [ Read More ]

Mulberry Elementary students read Flat Stanley

Students in Mrs. Buckley’s second grade class at Mulberry Elementary, Milford, have read the story “Flat Stanley.” The story is about a boy who is flattened by a bulletin board and the many adventures he has while being flat. In the story, he even traveled to different places in the mail. Mrs. Buckley’s students have [ Read More ]

GEORGE BROWN
On the assassination of several US Presidents

By George Brown Last week we commemorated the 50th anniversary of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, and rightfully so; but what about the memory of other U.S. Presidents who have died at the hand of assassins? Have we forgotten that three U.S. Presidents were assassinated within a span of only 36 years, between [ Read More ]

SHERROD BROWN
So many things to be thankful for

By Sherrod Brown Each year, Connie and I look forward to the Thanksgiving holiday as a chance to spend time with our family and friends. It gives us a chance to reflect on the blessings that are too often overlooked. President Lincoln declared Thanksgiving a national holiday in 1863 in the midst of the Civil [ Read More ]

BRAD WENSTRUP
Giving thanks is a reflection of our nation’s ideals

By Brad Wenstrup The idea of a truly national day of Thanksgiving has been a part of our country since George Washington signed the first such proclamation in 1789. It is a testament to our nation’s founding ideals that the first holiday we proclaimed was not to celebrate an individual or event, but to take [ Read More ]

BATAVIA BICENTENNIAL
Batavia’s school buildings – part 1

The Clermont Sun is publishing a series of historic vignettes concerning the Village of Batavia pursuant to next year’s bicentennial celebration. Historian Richard Crawford tells here about the school buildings in the village. By Richard Crawford Public schools in Batavia date to the 19th century. Often, people did not record events in much detail, thinking [ Read More ]

Pair of Milford hardballers sign Letters of Intent to continue careers in college

By Chris Chaney Sun staff Milford High School seniors Hunter Losekamp and Kayla Gregory inked papers to continue their athletic careers at the next level during a ceremony at the high school on Nov. 13. Losekamp, a power-hitting catcher, signed to play next season for the University of Cincinnati. During his junior campaign, Losekamp hit .313 [ Read More ]

Lady Trojans defender named to All-District team

Glen Este junior defender Makenna Lavatori was recently named to the girls’ high school Southwest Ohio All-District soccer team for 2013, after helping lead her team to its best record in many years. “Having her back there was almost like having a coach out on the field,” GE coaches Kelly Goedde and Ted Wittwer said. [ Read More ]


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