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2017 Chilo Chili Cook Off and Fall Fest

The Clermont County Park District is at it again with their 2nd Annual Chilo Chili Cook Off and Fall Fest. This event had its start last year as a fundraiser to support the Park District’s naturalist programs and river museum. Once again, all proceeds will be used for nature education programs, and updates for the [ Read More ]

Williamsburg wedding announcement

John and Angie Herbolt, of Williamsburg are happy to announce the marriage of their son, Richard Herbolt to Kayla Shipley, daughter of Gay Lynn and Robbie Shipley of Winchester. Kayla attended North Adams High School and Shawnee State University. Kayla works as a Physical Therapist Assistant at Ohio Valley Manor. Richard attended Western Brown High [ Read More ]

Payton Dorsey wins $3,000 scholarship

County to hold vehicle auction Sept. 23

Clermont County will auction off more than 100 vehicles and miscellaneous types of equipment on Saturday, Sept. 23. The auction will take place in the rear parking lot of Municipal Court. Bidding begins at 10 a.m on that day. The vehicles include cars, buses, trucks, vans, SUVs, postal vehicles, a motorcycle and a boat. Tractors, [ Read More ]

Cincinnati Muslim Youth hosted its second #MeetAMuslim Day

Muslim youth came out to engage in conversation and also to remove fear, misunderstandings On Saturday, September 9th, Muslim youth from across the country took part in the second national #MeetAMuslim Day – a nationwide effort to answer questions about Islam. The goal of the event is in order to build bridges and eliminate any [ Read More ]

Child Focus, Inc. announces its sponsorship of CACFP

Child Focus, Inc. announces sponsorship of the USDA-funded CACFP at the following sites: Batavia HS, 2075 James E. Sauls Sr. Drive, Batavia, OH  45103;  Bethel HS: 718 W. Plant Street., Bethel, OH 45106;  Child Focus Learning Center I: 555 Cincinnati Batavia Pk., Cincinnati, OH 45244; Child Focus II: 551 Cincinnati Batavia Pk., Cincinnati, OH 45244; [ Read More ]

State Rep. Doug Green:
State budget prioritizes the heroin and opioid epidemic

It is hard to believe that the first half of 2017 is already over. As I look back at what the state legislature has accomplished so far, the state operating budget immediately comes to mind. This year, we prioritized the opiate epidemic, as we have continued to see the death toll from overdoses rise in [ Read More ]

142 acre Beasley Farm in Brown Co. preserved as farmland forever

Through the combined efforts of the farm owner, the Ohio Department of Agriculture, the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) and the Cardinal Land Conservancy, a premier cattle farm in Scott Township has been preserved as farmland forever. On August 29, documents were signed placing an “agricultural easement” on 142.46 acres belonging to Alta Beasley [ Read More ]

Jet’s Pizza makes $1,700 donation to CCDD on its 50th anniversary

Peter Miller, Owner/General Manager of Jet’s Pizza, presented a $1,700 donation to the Clermont County Board of Developmental Disabilities (CCDD). The donation was from a fundraiser organized by Jet’s Pizza at the Milford and Anderson Township locations. Miller is a board member with CCDD’s nonprofit board, Clermont DD Empowers Me, and created the fundraiser that [ Read More ]

Local Girl Scouts can attend G.I.R.L. 2017, the world’s largest gathering, for every girl in Oct.

Girl Scouts from across western Ohio will attend G.I.R.L. 2017, the largest girl-led event in the world, hosted by Girl Scouts of the USA. The conference will be held October 6–8 in Columbus, Ohio, at the Greater Columbus Convention Center, where more than 10,000 girls, women, leaders, and influencers are expected to attend. Girl Scouts [ Read More ]


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