Archive for March, 2016

UC Clermont announces Ellis as new men’s basketball coach

UC Clermont College announced Steve Ellis as its new men’s head basketball coach. Ellis comes to UC Clermont with more than 25 years of coaching experience. He was most recently the head coach at Mariemont High School (2008-2016) where he led them to multiple winning seasons including Cincinnati Hills League Championship (2011) for the first [ Read More ]

ODNR announces open burning precautions for spring wildfire season

The Ohio Department of Natural Resources reminds Ohioans to take precautions while burning debris this spring and to know the state’s outdoor burning regulations. Ohio law states outdoor debris burning is prohibited from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. during March, April and May. Burning is limited in the spring due to the abundance of dry [ Read More ]

MARC HOOVER
The New York Times claim Ohio sports teams are cursed

Lance McAlister of WLW 700, discussed a New York Times article that ranked the top cursed teams by city. The article ranked Cincinnati at twelve and Cleveland at one. Cincinnati has two professional sports teams—the Bengals and the Reds. Although the locals cheer for the Bengals, the Reds have veteran status since they have been [ Read More ]

PAUL PFEIFER
A long and complex history

In the late 1980s, Thomas M. Keenan owned a small landscaping company in Cleveland. He had several men working for him, including Joseph D’Ambrosio and Anthony Klann. In September 1988, after a night out with Keenan and D’Ambrosio, Klann’s body was found floating in a creek. Keenan and D’Ambrosio were subsequently arrested and tried separately. [ Read More ]

RICK HOUSER
We did look special

In the mid-1960s, I was in my junior and senior years of high school. I was at my peak of all that being a teenager had to offer me. However, after the redbuds and dogwoods had passed blooming and warmer days and mild evenings arrived, all the attention at the school turned toward the social [ Read More ]

SHERROD BROWN
Women’s history month

Originating from a one week celebration in 1978, Women’s History Month has been celebrated since 1987 as a time to recognize women’s significant contributions to the fabric of our nation. Even with the vast progress that has been made in securing equal rights and opportunity for women, there is still work to be done. On [ Read More ]

UC Clermont to host the First Annual Jeffrey W. Bosworth Memorial Ride for Scholarships on April 9

UC Clermont College is hosting the First Annual Jeffrey W. Bosworth Memorial Ride for Scholarships on April 9 to raise funds for the Jeffrey W Bosworth Memorial Fund. The ride is open to all motorcycles. The ride will begin at UC Clermont’s campus located at 4200 Clermont College Drive in Batavia and end at Powder [ Read More ]

Clermont Co. Mental Health and Recovery Board offers Substance Abuse Recovery Guide

The Clermont County Mental Health and Recovery Board has published a Substance Abuse Recovery Guide for residents of the county. The Recovery Guide is available on the websites of Clermont County Public Health and the Clermont County Mental Health and Recovery Board. The guide offers a comprehensive list of detox and treatment centers in Ohio [ Read More ]

2016 Super Service Saturday at Live Oaks

Super Service Saturday is set for April 9. The free annual event at the Live Oaks Career Campus on Buckwheat Road in Milford returns April 9 from 11 am-2 pm. The popular event features activities and fun for the community organized by the teachers and students of Live Oaks. A sampling of activities: · Free [ Read More ]

Register for the SW Ohio Perennial School

Ohio State University Extension Clermont County will host the 22nd Annual Southwest Ohio Perennial School on April 14 at 8 a.m. at the Clermont County Fairground’s 4-H Hall, 1000 Locust Street, Owensville. The event will feature educational presentations with a tradeshow, staffed by regional vendors and gardening organizations. Presentations include “Hop into Hops” and “Backyard [ Read More ]


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