Archive for January, 2017

The Bookworm Sez
Terri Schlichenmeyer
‘Silver City’: It’s where you should be going out west next

You know exactly where you’re going. You’re pointed in the right direction, thanks to a compass that’s moral, innate, or in your pocket. You’re traveling at just the right pace and nothing can deter you – except, as in the new novel “Silver City” by Jeff Guinn, the man who’s about to kill you. Cash [ Read More ]

Marc Hoover
Should moral judgment be used when choosing Hall of Famers?

Major League Baseball (MLB) has announced that Jeff Bagwell, Tim Raines and Ivan “Pudge” Rodriguez will enter this year’s Hall of Fame in Cooperstown,New York. As a baseball fan, I agree with the selections. I am old enough to have watched and admired all three men during their careers. I am especially a fan of [ Read More ]

Rick Houser
The sweet spot

Growing up in the ‘50s, ‘60s and ‘70s was a time I will never regret having the opportunity to experience. From our farm and the neighborhood to the towns and the business folks that caused them to function on a timely and a routine basis. During those year, the town of Felicity was home to [ Read More ]

Brett Milam
A ginger in the sun

I’m Brett Milam, the new editor at The Clermont Sun and I’m a rookie. That may seem like an unusual way to introduce myself and certainly not the most surefire way to imbue confidence in The Sun readership, but let me explain. My university commencement speaker in spring 2016 — some people do actually pay [ Read More ]

Tiffany White
New Year’s Evolution

Every January gyms are packed full of people starting on their New Year’s resolution of losing the extra fifteen pounds they gained the year before, but by February and March people start to abandon their resolutions and gyms die down. Most of the population set goals that are not easily obtainable and often times, with [ Read More ]

Public Notices for January 26, 2017

‘Wizard of Oz’ coming to Taft theatre

Click your heels three times and follow the yellow brick road to the Taft Theatre this February to experience the magical adventures of Dorothy and her friends when The Children’s Theatre of Cincinnati presents the classic musical THE WIZARD OF OZ this February (February 11 – 19, 2017). A cyclone transports Dorothy and her dog, [ Read More ]

Bethel-Tate defense key in win over Batavia

By Garth Shanklin Sports Editor Two of the top teams in the Southern Buckeye Athletic and Academic Conference squared off in a cross-division bout on Tuesday, Jan. 17. The Batavia Bulldogs traveled to Bethel-Tate to take on the Tigers, who entered the game in second place in the SBAAC-National Division. Batavia sat in third place [ Read More ]

Burke named new Lions’ football coach

By Garth Shanklin Sports Editor Roughly one month after the departure of former New Richmond head football coach Josh Stratton, the Lions have a new man at the helm of the program. Patrick Burke was approved as the next New Richmond football coach at the school’s board of education meeting on Tuesday, Jan. 17. Burke [ Read More ]

The Forest-Aires get new artistic director

Sujin Kim is the new artistic director of The Forest-Aires Women’s Chorus assuming her new position in Dec. 2016 starting with the chorus’ Christmas season and is now heading up the group’s 2017 ENCORE! production being held April 22, 23, and 24th at the Anderson Center, 7850 Five Mile Road, 45230. Tickets will be available [ Read More ]

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