Archive for January, 2015

Public Notices for January 29, 2015

IN THE COURT OF COMMON PLEASCLERMONT COUNTY, OHIOCase No. 2014 CVH 01295Judge Victor M. HaddadLEGAL NOTICEJP Morgan Chase Bank NA Plaintiff,vs.Kathleen Strimple, et al. Defendants.Kathleen Strimple, whose last known address is P.O. Box 2603, Corrales, NM 87048, John Doe, Name Unknown, Unknown Spouse (if any) of Kathleen Strimple, whose last known address is P.O. Box 2603, [ Read More ]

Milford, Glen Este compete at ECCs

By Chris Chaney Sun staff The Glen Este and Milford High School swim teams competed in the Eastern Cincinnati Conference Swimming and Diving Championships over the Jan. 24 weekend at Anderson High School. Milford edged the Trojans in both the boys and girls competition finishing in fifth place and sixth place, respectively, while Glen Este [ Read More ]

Warriors looking to mix offense and defense

By Chris Chaney Sun staff The 2014-15 season has been a tale of two halves to this point for the Goshen Warriors. The team began the season in defensive struggles, playing mostly in sub-50-point contests. However, as the calendar turned into the New Year, the Warriors have found a more potent offense albeit at the [ Read More ]

Lady Tigers earn trademark win, stay alive in conference

By Chris Chaney Sun staff The Bethel-Tate Lady Tigers came into the season with a mantra touted by senior leader Brooke Jenike, “update that banner.” “That banner” is the one hanging in the Bethel-Tate gym demarking the conference titles the Lady Tigers have captured. The last time it was updated was 1990 and thanks to [ Read More ]

UC Clermont announces soccer coaches

UC Clermont has hired two new head coaches for its new soccer program. Pete Ohmer will lead the Men’s Soccer Program and Josh Howard will lead the Women’s Soccer Program. UC Clermont announced earlier this year that it will be expanding its athletic offerings to include men’s and women’s soccer in the fall of 2015. [ Read More ]

Spirit Warriors seek players this season

The Spirit Warriors is a select boys’ basketball program. 60 players are needed for The Spirit Warriors Spring League. The League will have six teams made up of boys who are going into grades 9-12. Tryouts are in mid-March and games are played in April and May. Games are played on Tuesday and Thursday evenings [ Read More ]

OHSAA Board held meeting Jan. 22

The Ohio High School Athletic Association Board of Directors held its January meeting on Thursday morning, Jan. 22 at the OHSAA office. The following are highlights from the meeting. Complete meeting minutes will be posted at OHSAA.org. The board approved a contract extension with the Jerome Schottenstein Center at The Ohio State University to host [ Read More ]

New group forms to talk about keeping roads fixed

By Kelly Doran Sun staff The Clermont County Engineer’s Office is trying to improve communications among different agencies responsible for roads in the county by starting a public works group. The group, which had its first meeting on Jan. 14, is an organization where agencies in the county can come and discuss issues, said Rob [ Read More ]

Former Frisch’s employee accused of stealing millions

By Kelly Doran Sun staff Frisch’s Restaurants has filed a civil lawsuit accusing an employee of stealing from the company for years. The lawsuit was filed against Union Township residents Michael Hudson and Pamela Hudson, H-3 Development, LLC., and WPMH Properties, LLC., upon the discovery that Michael Hudson allegedly stole from the company during his [ Read More ]

Chamber to host small business awards

By Kristin Rover Sun staff The Clermont Chamber of Commerce is hosting its annual business meeting and small business awards Feb. 6. The event will include the Chamber’s annual meeting, the awards and a presentation from John Pepper, retired chairman and CEO of Proctor & Gamble. The small business awards are presented to companies in [ Read More ]


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