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Nominations open for Orpha Gatch Citizenship Award

Women who volunteer to make their community better are sought as nominees for the 20th annual Orpha Gatch Citizenship Award. Presented by the Clermont County League of Women Voters, the award honors women for outstanding volunteer and civic service. Nominations are due June 30. Visit lwvclermont.com for a nomination form. Winners will be announced at [ Read More ]

Garden club to meet

The Williamsburg Garden Club will meet on Tuesday evening, June 7th at 6:30 pm at the Presbyterian Church, 2nd and Gay Streets. Hostesses for the evening are Carol Keller and Gwen Smith. Guest speaker will be Susie Steffensen. She will present a program about herbs. Members are reminded to bring their memorabilia to be included [ Read More ]

Historic Milford Association introduces Second Saturdays

The Historic Milford Association is excited to announce that the second Saturday of every month the businesses of old Milford will create a special event to give you one more reason to dine and shop in Milford. With a great mix of unique, family owned restaurants and shops offering extended hours, complimentary food and drinks, [ Read More ]

OSHP investigating injury traffic crash

The Batavia Post of the Ohio State Highway Patrol is currently investigating an injury traffic crash involving one car and a pedestrian. The crash occurred on May 30 at approximately 10 p.m. on state Route 133 near state Route 774 in Franklin Township. Preliminary investigation reveals that a 1997 Mitsubishi Eclipse, operated by Taylor Howerton, [ Read More ]

Auditor Yost announces Auditor of the State award recipients

Auditor of State Dave Yost is pleased to announce that the following entities received the Auditor of State Award for their clean audit reports: • Clermont County Metropolitan Housing Authority • Knox County Metropolitan Housing Authority • Mahoning Valley Opportunity Center (Mahoning County) • Rittman Academy (Wayne County) • The River South Authority (Franklin County) [ Read More ]

Warren SWCD announces 2016 scholarship winners

Warren County Soil and Water Conservation District (SWCD) believes that the youth of our county are the conservation stewards of the future! This belief fuels the decision of our Board of Supervisors to offer two distinct scholarships annually to qualifying Warren County Students: The Thomas C. Spellmire Future Conservation Leader Scholarship and the Forestry & [ Read More ]

RiverStage to perform at regional Theatre Festival

RiverStage Community Theatre of New Richmond Ohio will perform an excerpt of their 2015 holiday show “It’s a Wonderful Life” at this year’s Southwest Regional OCTAFest and ACT of Greater Cincinnati Festival, to be held at Miami University in Hamilton, Ohio June 23-25th. RiverStage’s excerpt will be performed on Saturday, June 25, at 4:30pm, and [ Read More ]

Ohio Connections Academy recognizes 2016 grads

More than 300 graduating seniors will receive their high school diplomas as members of the Ohio Connections Academy Class of 2016. The graduating seniors will take part in the online charter school’s commencement ceremony which is to be held at the Columbus Convention Center on Sunday, May 29th. “While our school offers a non-traditional approach [ Read More ]

Back Tree Service expands company services and reach

With the recent acquisition of one of the Tristate’s largest tree nursery businesses, Cincinnati arborist Tim Back is ripe to plant a multitude of trees. Back, owner and president of Back Tree Service, says his Sharonville-based company has purchased Byrd Tree Planting Service & Nursery in Liberty, Indiana. The 19-acre nursery has more than 1,200 [ Read More ]

Batavia students in national spotlight

Six Batavia High School students recently attended the 2016 Business Professionals of America (BPA) National Leadership Conference in Boston, Massachusetts. Seniors Alex Young and Allie Murphy; along with juniors Garrett Kraus, Zach Newcomb, Sahil Patel and Dylan Young attended the conference. They participated in professional development, skills competition, and networked with students from several states. [ Read More ]


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