Archive for September, 2014

Public Notices for Sept. 25, 2014

COURT OF COMMON PLEAS DIVISION OF DOMESTIC RELATIONS CLERMONT COUNTY, OHIO Case No. 2014 DRB 00696 JUDGE RODENBERG LEGAL NOTICE LINDA ANN LEEDY PLAINTIFF v. CHARLES EDWARD LEEDY DEFENDANT Charles Edward Leedy, whose last known address is 3021 Murdock Ave., Cincinnati, Ohio 45205 will take notice that on May 30, 2014, Plaintiff Linda Leedy, filed [ Read More ]

Milford gets first ECC win over Withrow

Milford gained 265 yards rushing and came up with a couple of key plays for scores, knocking off Withrow on the road by a 42-24 score on Friday night for the Eagles first-ever Eastern Cincinnati Conference victory. The triumph spoiled Withrow’s first ECC league game as the Eagles improved to 3-1 on the season, matching [ Read More ]

Bethel, New Richmond claim Southern Buckeye Conference crowns ahead of sectional tourney

By Chris Chaney Sun staff A season’s worth of matches culminated on Saturday, Sept. 20 with an 18-hole shootout at Cedar Trace Golf Club. Three-time defending American Division champions New Richmond extended their dominant streak to four consecutive while National Division newcomers Bethel-Tate wrapped up their first league title since 2010. “Moving over (to the [ Read More ]

Lions cross country teams eye postseason run after winning home invitational

By Chris Chaney Sun staff There’s no place like home… unless you’re on the New Richmond cross country teams, then it really doesn’t matter where you’re running. Both editions of the 2014 Lions distance teams won their respective sides of the New Richmond Cross Country Invitational this past week, contested on the school’s campus, and [ Read More ]

Lady Barons reversing recent history with strong start in ‘14

By Chris Chaney Sun staff Emerging from a run of lean seasons that saw the Amelia Lady Barons go a combined 19 matches under .500 in the last three years, first-year head coach Dan Coyne and a roster stocked with upperclassmen have the ladies from Clough Pike contending for a Southern Buckeye Conference title for [ Read More ]

Warriors pick up first win while searching for consistency and health

By Chris Chaney Sun staff The Goshen Warriors got their first win of the Ryan George era on Friday night, Sept. 19 in a 26-6 rout of Clermont Northeastern. The Warriors have been mired by injuries to key players early in the season, which along with the implementation of Coach George’s new system, caused a [ Read More ]

Ohio’s deer-archery season begins Sept. 27

Hunters will have their first opportunity to pursue Ohio’s top big-game animal, the white-tailed deer, when archery season opens Saturday, Sept. 27, according to the Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR). Ohio’s 2014-2015 deer seasons include: Archery: Sept. 27-Feb. 1, 2015; Antlerless muzzleloader: Oct. 11-12; Youth gun: Nov. 22-23; Gun: Dec. 1-7; Muzzleloader: Jan. 2-5, [ Read More ]

‘First Friday’ campaign underway, benefits National Prostate Cancer Awareness

For the ninth year, the Ohio High School Athletic Association is supporting the “First Friday” campaign during the football season as part of National Prostate Cancer Awareness Month. Participation is encouraged at any time throughout the month of September and is also supported by the Ohio High School Football Coaches Association (OHSFCA) and the Central [ Read More ]

Batavia businessman Louis Moore passes

By Art Hunter Editor Louis H. Moore, 84, of Batavia, passed away Sept. 14. Moore, a pillar of the local community, was a lifelong resident of Batavia and a fifth-generation funeral director and embalmer at the family business, Moore Family Funeral Homes. But Moore’s accomplishments went far beyond being a successful local businessman. According to [ Read More ]

Stabbing case to go to grand jury

By Kristin Rover Sun staff Officials announced that the man who was murdered Sept. 14 in Miami Township was killed by his brother. According to Miami Township Police, officers responded to the 6500 block of Branch Hill Miamiville Road at approximately 8:16 p.m. after being notified about a disturbance and possible stabbing. When Miami Township [ Read More ]

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