Archive for November, 2017

Phyllis Ann Mills, 89

Phyllis Ann Mills, age 89 of Georgetown, Ohio died Sunday, November 26, 2017 at the Mt.Orab Medical Center in Mt.Orab, Ohio. She was a homemaker and a member of the Peace Lutheran Church in Arnheim, Ohio and the Red Hat Society. She was born November 16, 1928 the daughter of the late Elbert Lewis and [ Read More ]

Yvonne King Haight, 82

Yvonne King Haight passed away surrounded by her family on November 15, 2017 at the age of 82. She was the loving wife of Willis Haight (deceased) and Lonnie Epperson. She was the loving mother of Michael (Stephanie) W. Haight and Mark (Pam) D. Haight and was the proud grandmother of Alicia M. Haight (deceased) [ Read More ]

Laurain Coomer

Laurain Coomer passed away on October 24, 2017 leaving her boyfriend Jim Hodge who loved her very much. Laurain also leaves behind Jim’s 3 daughters Tonia (Ken) Hanna, Tracy (Scott) Naticchioni, and Tammy (John) Tenhundfeld and his 6 grandchildren Hanna, Ashley, Jonathan, Alivia, Madeline, and Cooper. Laurain was a hair dresser owning her own shop in Hillsboro, Ohio. Laurain [ Read More ]

Nicholas Anthony Arthur, 32

Nicholas Anthony Arthur, age 32 of Williamsburg, Ohio died Monday, November 20, 2017 at the St. Elizabeth Hospital in Florence, Kentucky from injuries sustained in an auto accident. He owned and operated his own pool maintenance business, was a United States Navy veteran, Life Scout and DeMolay. Nicholas was born January 26, 1985 in Fremont, [ Read More ]

Clermont County Public Health earns accreditation

Clermont County Public Health has achieved national accreditation through the Public Health Accreditation Board (PHAB). The accreditation program works to improve the quality and performance of the nation’s public health departments. The national accreditation program is supported by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. To become accredited, an [ Read More ]

51st Annual Frontier Christmas, Dec. 2nd and 3rd

Stroll Washington’s flagstone sidewalks, delight in the aroma of pine and the smells of food being served, see windows lighted with candles, banjo, fiddle, mandolin, dulcimers, musicians, carolers and Santa Claus!…It’s Frontier Christmas in Washington, Kentucky once again! The 51st Frontier Christmas Saturday, December 2nd and Sunday, December 3rd 2017 from 10.00 a.m. until 5:00 [ Read More ]

Clermont County 4-H Youth Development celebrates volunteers

OSU Extension Clermont County extended thanks to 4-H Volunteers during their annual banquet Friday, November 17, 2017.  A multitude of volunteers were recognized for their dedication and numerous hours of service. Among those honored were Erin Belieu, Christina Chambers, David Federle, Nicholas Garrison, Kayla Gragg, Nicole Glutz, Amy Hoover, Philip Hopper, Elizabeth Jensen, Mackenzie Mahon, Shawn [ Read More ]

Mercy’s Mobile Mammography set for December

Any time is a good time to schedule your annual screening mammogram. Getting your annual screening is easy with Mercy Health – Cincinnati’s Mobile Mammography program, which has two mobile units offering you screening mammograms in 15 minutes at locations convenient to your home or workplace. Since January 2013, Mercy Health Mobile Mammography’s newest mobile [ Read More ]

Lee Hamilton:
Congress uninterested in the role of lobbyists

One of the quirks of life in Washington, D.C., is that pretty much the only people who don’t refer to lobbyists by that name are, well, lobbyists. They’re “policy advisors,” or “strategic counsel,” or “public relations advisors,” or lawyers, or even just “consultants.” Whatever they’re called, though, they play a huge role in making policy. [ Read More ]

Christopher Myers:
City collection timely for Milford

I write with conversation by sundry residents, alive two centuries, carrying civicacy of Milford—schooling throughout, leading premium public services, strengthening property value, steering structural improvements and salary cost, and sparking love. Milford; of the meaningful reasons for welfare reciprocity, wellbeing of life and education, and common bonds; should incorporate the present Camp Dennison, Loveland-Clermont, protruding [ Read More ]


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