Archive for April, 2017

Baseball, softball sectional draws released

By Garth Shanklin Sports Editor For one last time in the 2016-2017 school year, sectional tournament draws have been announced, this time for the spring sports. In Division I softball, Milford drew a first-round bye and will face the winner of Mercy and Walnut Hills in Milford on Wednesday, May 10. Glen Este drew a [ Read More ]

Amelia charter ready, again, for vote

By Megan Alley Sun staff In a special election on May 2, voters in the village of Amelia will decide whether or not to adopt a municipal charter and become a charter village under Ohio law. This is a pertinent decision because data from the 2010 census shows that Amelia is on the cusp of [ Read More ]

Grantham University proud to congratulate graduates

Grantham University is proud to announce its March local graduates of the university’s online degree and certificate programs. Amelia, OH: Joshua Sherman, AA Engineering Mgmt Technology Joshua Sherman, BS Engineering Mgmt Technology Batavia, OH: Michael Greger, AS Computer Science Michael Greger, BS Computer Science Doug Shearer, AS Computer Science Doug Shearer, BS Engineering Management “We [ Read More ]

Various associations react to House K-12 funding changes

Given the circumstances with the state’s dismal revenue projections, the Ohio School Boards Association (OSBA), Buckeye Association of School Administrators (BASA) and Ohio Association of School Business Officials (OASBO) are pleased to see that the Ohio House of Representatives has chosen to continue to make K-12 education a top priority. While we are disappointed with [ Read More ]

CNE alumni are seeking people

The Clermont Northeastern Alumni Association is accepting nominations for the Distinguished Alumnus Award for 2017. This award is to honor graduates who have distinguished themselves in many different fields after leaving CNE High School. Those fields may include Arts/Literature, Business/Industry, Military/Community Service, Science/Education, or Special Recognition. The nomination forms may be picked up at the [ Read More ]

Locations of WWI monuments or memorials sought for 100 years

The United States entered into World War I on April 6th, 1817. This year beings the 100th Anniversary. The World War I Centennial Commission (WWICC) Partnership is attempting to locate all WWI memorials and monuments. In observance of the upcoming centennial of World War I, 100 matching grants of up to $2,000 apiece will be [ Read More ]

June 17: UC Clermont will hold a paralegal information session

Application fee waived for those who apply that day UC Clermont College will host an Open House and free information session for those interested in the paralegal field on Saturday, June 17 from 9:30 – 11:30 a.m. in the Snyder Building, Room 154 at 4200 Clermont College Dr. in Batavia. The $50 application fee will be waived for anyone who applies [ Read More ]

East Side Adventure Challenge returns to Batavia Township

The East Side Adventure Challenge will be returning to Batavia Township on Saturday May 13. The event will take place at the Batavia Township Community Center at 1535 Clough Pike in Batavia Township. Races will begin at 8 a. m. and last into the late morning. To participate in this event there is a $45.00 [ Read More ]

Wenstrup hosts small business roundtable in Clermont County

Congressman Brad Wenstrup (OH-02) held a small business roundtable, facilitated by the Clermont Chamber of Commerce, to hear from local employers about the impact federal regulations have on their companies’ ability to compete and create jobs. Among those present at the roundtable were Jeff Baumgarth, The Myers Y. Cooper Company; Sam Cooper, The Myers Y. Cooper Company; [ Read More ]

Letter to the Editor:
Praying for those who defend us

To the Editor, In these perilous times, God’s people pray, crying out to Him. Horrific headlines of disasters, domestic violence, our drug epidemic, danger and even death facing law enforcement. Thursday May 4th has been designated as the “National Day of Prayer” by Congress 66 years ago. From the White House to the State House, [ Read More ]


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