Archive for June, 2017

New Richmond Schools adopts early education comprehensive reading program for K-3 students

By Megan Alley Sun staff During its regular meeting on June 19, the New Richmond Exempted Village School District Board of Education approved the adoption of a new comprehensive reading program for students in kindergarten through third grade. The Open Court Reading program is an all inclusive reading, writing and language arts curriculum, according to [ Read More ]

JCPenney hiring 600 associates in Ohio

Summer may be just beginning, but JCPenney is gearing up for the back-to-school shopping rush by hiring 600 associates throughout Ohio. Local associates are needed for a variety of customer service and support positions, including cashier, replenishment specialist, SEPHORA inside JCPenney beauty consultant and more. JCPenney associates enjoy competitive pay, an associate discount up to [ Read More ]

Preserving the harvest summer workshop

Gardeners and other lovers of fresh produce are often interested in extending the season’s bounty by learning more about home-preserving fruits and vegetables. OSU Extension Family and Consumer Sciences staff teaches the basics of home canning and preservation during an interactive Preserving the Harvest summer workshop. The workshop will be held Wednesday, August 9, from [ Read More ]

Vietnam Veterans of America recognizes Everything Bagels

Marc Hoover:
Arlington Class of ‘87: Love, loyalty and friendship

After much anticipation, I attended my 30th year high school reunion. It was my first. I can easily sum up the experience in a quote from an unknown author. “Sometimes life gives us only brief moments with one another, but sometimes in those brief moments, we get memories that last a lifetime.” From 1983 to [ Read More ]

Rick Houser:
Summertime is reunion time

When the temperatures can sky into the 90s and the cool sunrises can feel so great to be greeted by. we all know it is time for more summer events. One such event that was annual for ages but these days is dwindling in interest more with the younger and busier generation (their words not [ Read More ]

Letter to the Editor:
Let’s celebrate freedom, faith and family July 4th!

“Tis time to celebrate America’s birthday on Tuesday, July 4th! Those brave men who signed the Declaration of Independence on that historic day in 1776 risked their fortunes, and their very lives. To learn about the sacrifice they made, just read the book written by David Barton of Wallbuilders. FREEDOM: how do we celebrate this [ Read More ]

Haddon Lockyer:
4 Years Comic

Bethel student Jordan Troxell honored at annual SkillsUSA Workforce Development event on June 21

A career and technical student in Ohio won one of the nation‚s highest awards at the 2017 SkillsUSA Championships, held in Louisville, Ky., on June 21-22, 2017. More than 6,000 students competed at the national showcase of career and technical education. The SkillsUSA Championships is the largest skill competition in the world and covers 1.4 [ Read More ]

Area residents graduate from Wilmington College

Wilmington College conferred 254 graduating seniors with Bachelor of Arts (BA) and Bachelor of Science (BS) degrees at its 141st annual commencement ceremony. Graduates, some receiving special honor recognition, were from WC’s main campus, Cincinnati Branch in Blue Ash and the degree completion program at Cincinnati State Technical and Community College. Wilmington College is an [ Read More ]

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