Archive for August, 2017

Public Notices for August 31, 2017

Goshen volleyball helps raise money for hospital

By Garth Shanklin Sports Editor There are a lot of different uses for sports. Sometimes, people use sports as a way to get in shape, a way to learn discipline and teamwork, or even a way to just have fun. Other times, sports can be used as an escape, a way to forget about the [ Read More ]

West Clermont rallies past Princeton 28-13

By Garth Shanklin Sports Editor People like remembering the firsts. First words, first steps. First day of school. First car. Keeping track of the milestones like those are especially important in the sports world. Teammates give silent treatments for first-ever home runs, baseballs from first hits or strikeouts are jokingly swapped out and misplaced. Ask [ Read More ]

West Clermont High School’s hidden secret: The band

By Brett Milam Editor The new West Clermont High School has a secret too loud to keep quiet: the more than 200-member band. When you pull into the expansive new high school parking lot, the sound of the marching band practicing is unmistakable, as they’re split into three sections — the percussion inside the band [ Read More ]

CNE High School hosts naturalization ceremony

By Megan Alley Sun Staff Clermont Northeastern High School played host to a naturalization ceremony on Aug. 25, during which 102 individuals, representing 40 countries, were sworn in as citizens of the United States of America. During his introduction, T.J. Glassmeyer, principal for the high school, addressed the packed house, which was made up of [ Read More ]

Local tennis teams hit the court

By Garth Shanklin Sports Editor The girls’ tennis season is well underway and several local squads already have found success on the courts. In the Eastern Cincinnati Conference, West Clermont won their first-ever girls’ tennis match, defeating Western Brown 3-2. The team is led by several returners from last season, including Molly Stockton, Emily Robison [ Read More ]

Steve Large named AD at Bethel-Tate

By Garth Shanklin Sports Editor Change is inevitable, something the Bethel community learned first-hand earlier this month with the announcement that Bethel-Tate athletic director Matt Koenig would be leaving the school for the same position at St. Bernard High School. Koenig arrived at Bethel-Tate in January 2015, which isn’t the ideal time for a new [ Read More ]

Two women killed in Bethel house fire

By Brett Milam Editor Two women were killed in a Bethel house fire during the early morning hours of Aug. 22, fire officials said. The fire occurred on the 400 block of North Charity Street at 2:40 a.m., Rick Stowell, chief of the Bethel-Tate Fire Department, said. Stowell said fire crews were able to knock [ Read More ]

William C. Latham and a legacy of service

By Wayne Gates Editor, Brown County Press William C. “Bill” Latham was the owner and publisher of the Clermont Sun and the Brown County Press for over 40 years. He died on August 7 at age 84 after a fall at home. Mr. Latham touched many lives during his time as a publisher, employer, father and [ Read More ]

Public Notices for August 24, 2017


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