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Jaybird Farms celebrates 10 years in business in Buford

Jaybird Farms is celebrating 10 years in the farm market business. “Ten years ago, I joined the Milford Farmers market,” Vivian said, “and Jay and I planned and planted till our fingers almost bled!” They started out growing vegetables, cut flowers and a few herbs. Every Wednesday and Saturday, everything was loaded up onto the [ Read More ]

Grant Career Center Top Performers recognized

Grant Career Center recently held the Second Quarter Attendance and Awards Assembly where students were recognized for achievements during the second quarter. Students received Perfect Attendance Awards and Honor Roll Certificates for their efforts. The Top Performers in each program were also announced for the second quarter. Instructors select Top Performers each quarter by using [ Read More ]

The village of Amelia gets full-time police officer

By Kristin Bednarski Sun staff Amelia Mayor Todd Hart swore in a full-time police officer Jan. 25 to join the village police department. Officer Greg Marsh has been a part-time officer at the Amelia Village Police Department for six years. Council approved the hiring of Marsh during their Jan. 22 council meeting. They have been [ Read More ]

Kloss earns certificate

Dan Kloss earned his recreational pilot certificate on Nov. 26, 2012. To obtain his Recreational certificate, Kloss passed an oral and a flight exam with a Federal Aviation Administration designated flight examiner. Kloss is enrolled in the Aviation Technology: Professional Pilot Program at the University of Cincinnati – Clermont College. The laboratory portion of the [ Read More ]

Couple celebrates 70th anniversary

On January 13, 1943, Ralph Swisshelm of Manchester and Donna Rose Cox of Peebles, Ohio were united in Holy Matrimony by a preacher in Covington, Ky. Seventy years later on Sunday afternoon, the couple celebrated their anniversary with family and friends at the Bethel United Methodist Church in Bethel. The reception was sponsored by their [ Read More ]

Clermont County Veterans’ Service Commission announces 2013 Board

During its annual reorganizational meeting, the Veterans’ Service Commission appointed Cliff Riley as the new president for 2013. Riley is prominently known for his many years of rigorously advocating for veterans and his service during the Vietnam War. Riley served over 700 days in Vietnam and is a disabled Veteran. Along with civic and industry [ Read More ]

YWCA announces 2013 Circle of Women co-chairs

The YWCA Eastern Area welcomes long time community leaders The Honorable Stephanie Wyler and Joyce Blust as the Co-Chairs of the YWCA’s 2013 Annual Luncheon, Circle of Women, to be held on Thursday, Nov. 7 at the Oasis Golf Club and Conference Center. “Domestic violence has more victims than just the person who suffers the [ Read More ]

Couple united in marriage

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Day, of Bethel, have announced the marriage of their daughter, Dr. Crystal Anne Day, to Mr. Jeremy Ryan Hess, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Hess of Williamsburg. The wedding took place at the Madison South Loft in Covington, Ky. July 7, 2012 with the Rev. James Goff of the [ Read More ]

Couple celebrates 70th

Ralph and Donna Swisshelm celebrated their 70th wedding anniversary with an open house given by their children Sunday, Jan. 13 at the Bethel United Methodist church fellowship hall, Bethel.

Monroe Elementary changes drop-off and pick-up procedures

New drop-off/pick-up procedures will go into effect at New Richmond’s Monroe Elementary on Monday, Jan. 28. “Our school is implementing changes to our drop-off and pick-up procedures in an effort to increase the level of safety and security of all our students, staff, and parents,” said Monroe principal Joe Roach. “Along with providing excellent academic [ Read More ]

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