Archive for August, 2015

Football, 2015

Reds and Great American Ballpark to host ‘Sliding into Om’ on Saturday, Sept. 12

Are you a Reds fan who’s also into yoga? Whether you’re an experienced yogi or a beginner, don’t miss the annual “Sliding Into Om” on Saturday, Sept. 12 at Great American Ball Park. Fans can take the field for a one-hour yoga session in the outfield grass led by instructors from Simply Power Yoga. The [ Read More ]

Urban Trials 5K race to make debut in Cincinnati

Calling all health and fitness enthusiasts, there’s a new race you won’t want to miss and it’s making its debut in Cincinnati this November. The Urban Trials is an exciting 5K run taking place in downtown Cincinnati on November 8, 2015 that will include fun mental and physical obstacles throughout the course. “The Urban Trials [ Read More ]

ODNR offers special deer hunts on three state preserves

Increased deer populations can seriously affect native plant communities, and for this reason, the Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR) will coordinate special deer hunts at three state nature preserves to help preserve the rare and protected plants that grow on these properties. This year, Goll Woods in Fulton County, Lawrence Woods in Hardin County [ Read More ]

Final ‘Bell Game’ will be on Aug. 28

The West Clermont tradition known as the “Bell Game,” is soon to be history. On Friday, August 28, the Glen Este High School Trojans and the Amelia Barons will face off on the football field for the last time, in preparation for the new West Clermont High School that combines students and staff from both [ Read More ]

SBC standouts playing at MSJ

Former Southern Buckeye Conference standouts have continued to play football at Mount Saint Joseph University. Alongside Caleb Corrill, MSJ’s quarterbacks coach and assistant recruiter, are, from the left, Allan Haave (WR, Bethel-Tate), Patrick Richardson (DE, New Richmond), Zainn Ison (RB, Batavia), Coach Corrill, Sean Stewart (WR, Amelia), Garrett Weaver (WR, Amelia) and Peyton Williams (FS, [ Read More ]

Girls tennis kicks off at SBC Invitational

By Chris Chaney Sports Editor Blanchester High School hosted the early-season litmus test that is the SBC Girls Tennis Invitational last week, which featured eight of the 12 SBC schools. Play got underway early on Saturday, Aug. 15 with the semifinals and finals scheduled to be completed on Monday, Aug. 17. A raucous first day [ Read More ]

Wildlife Council approves waterfowl regulations for ‘15-16

Ohio’s waterfowl season dates and bag limits were approved by the Ohio Wildlife Council at its meeting on Wednesday, Aug. 19, according to the Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR). In addition, the council was presented a new proposal to strengthen the state’s ability to address chronic wasting disease (CWD) in Ohio. The proposed rule [ Read More ]

Williamsburg Garden Club to meet Sept. 1

The Williamsburg Garden Club will meet on Tuesday evening, September 1st at 6:30 p.m. at the Williamsburg First Presbyterian Church, 2nd and Gay Streets. Hostess for the evening is Sandy Briegel. The program for the evening will be “Christmas Decorating with Nature’s Bounty” with Julie Hess. Members are to respond to Roll Call with their [ Read More ]

Milford student chosen as Ashbrook Scholar at Ashland University

David Sheldon, a recent graduate of Milford High School, has been chosen as an Ashbrook Scholar, the Ashbrook Center at Ashland University announced today. The program, which focuses on U.S. government and history, includes a minimum $2,000 annual scholarship. The Ashbrook Scholar program is a top-rated academic program for undergraduates studying political science or history [ Read More ]

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