Archive for October, 2016

Bethel Historical Society hosts special display

The Bethel Historical Society and Museum will host a special showing on Saturday, Nov. 5, of Antique and Vintage boy’s cartridge and air rifles. This is a fantastic display from several collections of little guns seldom seen from outside private collections or museums. If you are at all interested in firearms, you will not want [ Read More ]

Duke Energy to match $200,000 for STEM projects in classrooms

Duke Energy is issuing a challenge: Donate toward a classroom learning project in Greater Cincinnati, and Duke Energy will match it – dollar-for-dollar. The Classroom Crowdfunding Challenge is a partnership between the Duke Energy Foundation and to help local public school teachers bring engaging science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) projects into their classrooms. [ Read More ]

Library to collect mittens

The Clermont County Public Library is accepting new and homemade mittens, hats and scarves to benefit adults and children at the YWCA House of Peace and the James Sauls Homeless Shelter this holiday season. These items can mean a great deal to someone who is struggling financially. Your gift can make a difference. “The items [ Read More ]

Husted certifies signatures for Drug Price Relief Act

Ohio Secretary of State Jon Husted on Sept. 30 certified that petitioners for the Drug Price Relief Act citizen initiated statute have collected an additional 120,030 valid signatures and have met the constitutional requirements to appear on the 2017 General Election ballot. Petitioners needed 91,677 valid signatures, a number equal to three percent of the [ Read More ]

Felicity FFA Officers attend Young Agricultural Leader breakfast

By: Kolbie Brandenburg, FFA Reporter On Friday Sept. 16, the Felicity Franklin FFA officer team was invited to the Clermont County Farm Bureau Young Agricultural Awards and Clermont Chamber of Commerce Business Breakfast series. The breakfast was sponsored by the Clermont County Farm Bureau agency and was held to showcase young leaders in our community. [ Read More ]

Felicity FFA excels at fair

By: Kolbie Brandenburg, FFA Reporter The 2016 Clermont County Fair was held from July 24- 29. Many FFA members competed and participated in the junior fair activities. Some members even went home being named Top Five with the animals they exhibited. Kolbie Brandenburg and Harlie Brandenburg showed sheep. Kolbie got 4th overall market lamb, Reserve [ Read More ]

New child credit freeze law

Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine is reminding Ohioans of the state’s new child credit freeze law, which took effect Sept. 28. “This law gives Ohio families a new way to protect their children from identity theft,” Attorney General DeWine said. “It allows parents to ‘freeze’ their child’s credit record, which makes it harder for an [ Read More ]

The Bookworm Sez
Goldberg’s ‘Patient’ a guide for caregivers

“Call me if you need anything.” When your friend shared her diagnosis, that was all you could think to say but, of course, she’ll never call because she has cancer and she needs more than six words. What to do? Read “Loving, Supporting, and Caring for the Cancer Patient” by Stan Goldberg, and learn what [ Read More ]

Bethel preparing for Christmas event

The village of Bethel is gearing up for the 14th Annual Bethel Down Home Christmas event on Saturday, Dec. 3! This is an all day event in the village with Breakfast with Santa, a Craft Show, a Santa Dog Parade and much more! The businesses in town open their doors with lots of holiday treats [ Read More ]

Royer graduates from basic training

U.S. Air Force Airman Jonah S. Royer graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San Antonio, Texas. The airman completed an intensive, eight-week program that included training in military discipline and studies, Air Force core values, physical fitness, and basic warfare principles and skills. Airmen who complete basic training also earn four [ Read More ]

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