Archive for September, 2017

Bethel-Tate boys’ soccer aiming for postseason

By Garth Shanklin Sports Editor The Bethel-Tate Tigers’ soccer team appears to be picking up where the squad left off in 2016. So far, Bethel-Tate is 9-2 overall and a perfect 7-0 in the Southern Buckeye Athletic and Academic Conference National Division. The team’s start to the season is a pleasing one, according to head [ Read More ]

Public Notices for September 28

Goshen trounces Blanchester 41-0

By Garth Shanklin Garth Shanklin Sports Editor A win is a win. Sometimes, teams execute perfectly and the film is a thing of beauty. Other times, not so much. Goshen’s 41-0 victory over Blanchester in the King of the Road game on Friday, Sept. 22 falls into the latter category, according to head coach Ryan [ Read More ]

New Richmond boy was featured in the National Down Syndrome Society’s video

By Megan Alley Sun staff October is Down Syndrome Awareness Month, and a New Richmond boy was recently featured in a Times Square video presentation highlighting the cause. The photo of Rylan Clark, age 2, was selected from over 2,000 entries in the National Down Syndrome Society’s worldwide photo-call. Almost 500 photographs that “highlight children, [ Read More ]

Pierce Twp. starts ‘golden ticket’ program for society’s do-gooders

By Brett Milam Editor The Pierce Township Police Department started its “Golden Ticket” program on Sept. 13 to reward citizens doing good things. Chief Jeff Bachman said in a news release that police want to be on the lookout for those doing the “right thing.” “As police officers, we’re taught from the first day of [ Read More ]

Public Notices for September 21, 2017

Bethel-Tate holds off Batavia 35-20

By Garth Shanklin Sports Editor Two undefeated teams with contrasting styles met on the gridiron in Clermont County on Friday, Sept. 15, The gunslinging Bethel-Tate Tigers traveled to Batavia for a non-league match against a Bulldog team that entered play with three different runners over 200 yards on the season. When the final horn sounded, [ Read More ]

Lady Cougars volleyball seeking tournament spot

By Garth Shanklin Sports Editor Less than one full month into their 2017 schedule, it’s clear the University of Cincinnati Clermont Lady Cougars’ volleyball team is on the right track. Entering play this weekend at St. Mary of the Woods College in Indiana, the team found themselves 8-5 overall and winners of five of their [ Read More ]

Uible receives civil protection order against resident

By Brett Milam Editor Board of County Commissioner President David Uible received a civil protection order against a Union Township resident on Aug. 25. Chris Hicks of Union Township was removed from a July 26 meeting during the “public participation” portion because his remarks were not germane, Uible said. “We read your email from 9 [ Read More ]

Address changes proposed for some properties on Aicholtz Road

By Megan Alley Sun Staff With construction of the Aicholtz Road connector project nearing completion, officials from the Clermont County Engineer’s Office are recommending that some of the addresses in the affected area be changed. The Aicholtz Road connector project, with an estimated construction cost of $6.5 million, will reopen a portion of the road [ Read More ]

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