Archive for October, 2017

Six of nine New Richmond council candidates participate in LWV forum

Henry, Walriven and Walriven Jr. are no shows By Megan Alley Sun staff Residents of the village of New Richmond heard from village council candidates at a forum on Oct. 12 at the New Richmond Elementary School. Four council seats are up for election this Nov. 7. The moderated discussion, hosted by the League of [ Read More ]

Voters in various villages, townships to decide on energy aggregation in Nov.

By Megan Alley Sun staff Next month, voters in the villages of Moscow and New Richmond, and Batavia and Monroe Townships will decide if they want to join together with other residents in their respective communities to potentially save money on energy costs. Government leaders from each of the jurisdictions recently agreed to put the [ Read More ]

Positivity through a triple negative

By Brett Milam Editor Karen Smith was 50 when she was found she had breast cancer. Specifically, she found out just five days before Christmas in 2016. While showering, she found a lump in her right breast. “Not knowing what it was, I asked my husband what he thought. He said, ‘After two days, if [ Read More ]

Annual Election Day Dinner in Williamsburg

On Tuesday, November 7th, the Women’s Auxiliary of Williamsburg American Legion Post #288 will hold their annual Election Day Dinner at the Post home, 208 East Main Street. Food will be served between the hours of 11:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. Featured items will be oyster stew, bean soup, sandwiches and desserts. Carry-out will be [ Read More ]

Poll workers ‘urgently needed’ by the county

The Clermont Count Board of Elections is in urgent need of poll workers for the Nov. 7 General Election. Poll workers, who are paid $155 for the day, will be trained prior to Election Day. “Training is very easy,” said Board of Elections Director Judy Miller. “Once you’ve worked you will want to work again, [ Read More ]

Rep. Brad Wenstrup:
A step towards better healthcare

Today, we live in an era of customization. Increasingly, customers can modify a product’s appearance, features, or content according to their unique needs or desires. Often, even the news we see in our newsfeeds is customized based off our preferences. Why, then, are so many aspects of the health care industry still one-size-fits-all? As doctors, [ Read More ]

Steve Free set to be at New Richmond library

Enjoy an evening of Appalachian and Native American music and storytelling by Grammy-nominated artist Steve Free. Free is an internationally acclaimed, award-winning singer, songwriter and recording artist. He is the winner of numerous Music Industry Awards including nine ASCAP awards, a platinum record and a Grammy nomination. The concert starts at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. [ Read More ]

Bertha “Bert” Lindsey, 91

Bertha “Bert” Lindsey, 91 years old of Amelia, Ohio, formerly of Felicity, Ohio, passed away on Monday, October 23, 2017, at her home.  Wife of the late Ralph Lindsey.   She is survived by 3 Daughters: Donna Davidson, Patty Lindsey and Kathy Lindsey.  5 Grandchildren: Michael Davidson, Jamie Klein, Scott Davidson, Heather Houser and Ryan Black.     5 Great-Grandchildren:  Kelly Klein, [ Read More ]

Marc Hoover:
America’s love affair with zombies

The sun shares its warm rays with anyone who can appreciate its warmth. It’s a time for family vacations, grilling out, swimming, and romance. Couples are visiting local parks, holding hands, and sharing embraces. The dog walkers and elderly also enjoy visiting local parks. But only a few miles away, turbulence is stirring in the [ Read More ]

Rick Houser:
Oh Dear, A Deer! A wildlife story

The other evening as it was moving into the dusk of what had been a beautiful and sunny October evening I decided I would take a few steps outside to look at the world for a moment. But as I stepped off of my deck and out into my yard what do you think I [ Read More ]

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