Archive for April, 2014

Public Notices for April 24, 2014

COURT OF COMMON PLEAS DIVISION OF DOMESTIC RELATIONS CLERMONT COUNTY, OHIO Case No. 2014 DRB 00303 LEGAL NOTICE Dean W. Neill Plaintiff vs. Qin Chen Neill Defendant Qin Chen Neill, whose last known address is 1087 Muirfield Drive, Cincinnati, Ohio 45245, and whose place of residence is unknown and cannot with reasonable diligence be ascertained, [ Read More ]

Georgetown’s Carrington signs to play at UC Clermont

By Chris Chaney Sun staff A United States Collegiate Athletic Association Division II National Championship is already paying dividends for the UC Clermont Lady Cougars basketball team as head coach Mike Matthews announced the signing of Georgetown standout MacKenzi Carrington on April 11. “(Carrington) is a tremendous center/forward, who will play forward in our scheme,” [ Read More ]

ODNR promotes youth fishing

The Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR) and Columbus Recreation and Parks have announced a partnership to stock six ponds throughout the city to provide youth with more fishing and additional outdoor opportunities. “Creating opportunities for young anglers to be successful and experience the joy that accompanies catching that first fish is truly priceless,” said [ Read More ]

New Richmond swim coach, teacher killed in lawn mowing accident

Staff report The New Richmond Exempted Village School District lost a popular coach and loyal district supporter April 18 when Joe Middeler, 63, was killed in a mowing accident at his home in Moscow. According to a release from Clermont County Sherriff A.J. “Tim” Rodenberg, Middeler was mowing his lawn with a Scag Tiger Cub [ Read More ]

Glen Este honors six student athletes who will play in college

By Chris Chaney Sun staff Glen Este High School held their final athletic signing ceremony of the 2013-14 school year on April 16, honoring six Trojan student-athletes who have signed National Letters of Intent or have committed to continue their athletic and scholastic careers at Division III institutions. The spring ceremony boasted three boys’ basketball [ Read More ]

Batavia board moves forward on new school

By Kristin Rover Sun staff Batavia Local School District Board of Education members approved the early site package for the new elementary school during their April 21 meeting, and the project will soon go out to bid. Treasurer Michael Ashmore introduced Jeffrey Williams with Megen Construction Company, the company selected to oversee construction of the [ Read More ]

Clermont County trustee program saves money

By Kristin Rover Sun staff Clermont County Commissioners approved a contract for cleaning services for some of the buildings in the county during their April 16 meeting, but the county saves thousands of dollars on cleaning and maintenance each year with the trustee program. The trustee program, according to Clermont County Sheriff A.J. “Tim” Rodenberg, [ Read More ]

Trial set for man charged with killing cyclist

By Kristin Rover Sun staff A jury trial has been scheduled for Todd Shaw, the man who was charged with hitting and killing a cyclist on Round Bottom Road in Union Township. Clermont County Prosecutor Vince Faris said Shaw is scheduled for a jury trial beginning Aug. 4. “Picking a jury trial date is all [ Read More ]

Two injured in crash on Route 133 in Tate Township

Two people suffered serious injuries in a head-on crash on state Route 133 in Tate Township at approximately 5:35 p.m. Tuesday, April 22. Both drivers, Nicholas McKeon, 28, of Cincinnati and Jeffrey Coulter, 48, of Bethel were trapped in their cars and had to be extracted by mechanical means. Both were flown by UC Health [ Read More ]

New police chief hired in Newtonsville

By Art Hunter Editor The village of Newtonsville has a new police chief. Brad Nichols, who has served on the police force as an officer for the past two years, was promoted to his new post last month. Mayor Kevin Pringle said that he has been very pleased with the work that Nichols has done [ Read More ]

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