Archive for May, 2016

Public Notices for May 26, 2016

Williamsburg Lady Wildcats win district softball title

By Garth Shanklin Sports Editor One streak came to an end at Mason High School on Monday night, but a much more important one continued for the Williamsburg Lady Wildcats softball team. The squad gave up their first runs of the postseason but otherwise dominated Franklin Monroe in an 11-2 district championship victory. Head coach [ Read More ]

Lady Rockets fall to Indian Lake in district finals

By Garth Shanklin Sports Editor The Clermont Northeastern Lady Rockets found themselves at a crossroads earlier this season. After starting the 2015-2016 campaign 5-2, the team lost three straight road games, allowing double-digit runs in all three contests. Head coach Bill Goldfuss said the team struggled in all aspects of the game during that streak. [ Read More ]

Locals advance to track and field regionals

By Garth Shanklin Sports Editor Though rainy conditions tried to put a damper on things throughout the week, all 10 Clermont County schools were able to compete at their respective track and field district meets last week. Amelia, Glen Este and Milford made the trip to Mason High School for their meet. Milford’s Manny Fernandez [ Read More ]

How bad could they be?

By Garth Shanklin Sports Editor Exactly one week ago, this space was occupied by me saying, in no uncertain terms, this year was a lost year for the Reds. It didn’t matter what the team did on the field, the point of this season was to build for years in the future. 2017, 2018, who [ Read More ]

Felicity holds Clean and Green event

Felicity Community Engagement Committee would like to thank Joe Glassmeyer for organizing and Boy Scout Troop 130 from Felicity, Cub Scout Pack 130 from Felicity, the Ultimate 4hers 4h club, the Roundup Rustlers 4H club and the Felicity FFA chapter for participating in our Clean and Green event. They picked up 11 bags of garbage [ Read More ]

The Bookworm Sez
‘Underdogs’ is powerful, but too descriptive

Your dog did it again. You were just thinking about going for a walk, and he starting bouncing before you said a word. He hopes to share your snack before you even realize you’re hungry, and he often beats you to bed. Your dog knows you perhaps better than he knows himself, and in “The [ Read More ]

Emergency appeal for Type O

Hoxworth Blood Center, University of Cincinnati is releasing an emergency appeal for Type O blood. All eligible individuals are being asked to donate blood immediately; especially type O negative donors as there is a critical need for this particular blood type. “The supply of Type O blood in the Tri-State has plummeted. O Negative supplies [ Read More ]

Trinity Evangelical Divinity School announces spring grads

John David Ross Young, Master of Arts, Bethel, Ohio graduated from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School following the spring semester. TEDS ranks among the most respected divinity schools in evangelical life. Commitments to gospel centrality, inerrant Scripture, excellent evangelical scholarship that truly engages culture, and service to the church have continually defined the TEDS community. Students [ Read More ]

June in Olde Williamsburg celebrates 20th Anniversary

The 20th anniversary of the June in Olde Williamsburg Festival will be held June 3, 4 and 5 on the Old High School grounds. Starting with the parade on Friday night at 6 p.m., we have a full slate of fun and entertainment for the entire family. Carnival rides and games provided by Miracle Amusements [ Read More ]

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