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Two locals graduate from Tulane University

Tulane University awarded degrees to nearly 3,000 graduates on May 14, 2016 at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans. • Annie Matthews of Batavia (45103), graduated from the Freeman School of Business with a Bachelor Science Management degree. • Chad Moles of Batavia (45103), graduated from the School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine with [ Read More ]

Golf outing to benefit Nick Erdy Foundation

Lance Corporal Nicholas Brandon Erdy was born on October 22, 1983 to Bill and Jane Erdy of Owensville. Nick attended Archbishop McNicholas High School and graduated in 2002 after joining the Marine Corp early in his senior year. Throughout his school years, he played baseball and basketball, but excelled in football, where he was a [ Read More ]

Bethel Historical Society purchases benches

The Bethel Historical Society voted in March to purchase four black benches for the front of the Grant Memorial Building in Bethel. The Historical Society would purchase one, but funds were needed for the other three. It was within just a few days that three different organizations stepped to the plate and donated the money [ Read More ]

Housing market showing growth

The Eastern Cincinnati real estate market, comprised of Clermont, Brown and Adams Counties, has continued to improve the first quarter of 2016 over the first quarter of 2015. The number of homes sold from January through March increased significantly, with the following numbers reported: Clermont up 13 percent, Brown up 28.9 percent and Adams up [ Read More ]

OIU agents urge concert goers to be responsible

Throughout Ohio, outdoor concert venues are gearing up for a busy concert season and several multi-day music festivals. If you’re heading to one or more of these events, agents with the Ohio Investigative Unit want all concert-goers to remember to drink responsibly, don’t drink if you haven’t turned 21, and do not furnish alcohol to [ Read More ]

Volunteer of the year recognized

The 2016 West Clermont School District Volunteer of the Year award was presented to Missy Bastin at May 9’s Board of Education meeting. As West Clermont Superintendent Keith Kline presented the recognition he said, “Missy has worked countless hours providing support for the students and families in the West Clermont School District. Missy has been [ Read More ]

Mercy Health – Cincinnati announces new hospital leaders, expanded leadership roles

Mercy Health – Cincinnati, which provides advanced, quality, compassionate care in your neighborhood through its care network, announces that it has appointed new leaders at two of its hospitals and expanded the role of a leader at another. Mercy Health appointed Jason Asic as Chief Operating Officer of Mercy Health – West Hospital. Asic, who [ Read More ]

Future Scientists

We would like to acknowledge Willow Kenneda, a newly graduated 8th grader at St. Louis School in Owensville for her accomplishments at the District 11 Science Day on March 19, 2016 at the University of Cincinnati. For her Environmental Science project Willow was awarded The Skanska Construction Environmental Science Award, ranking First Place Overall, the [ Read More ]

La Soupe hosts cooking class

La Soupe, a business based in Newtown, taught a cooking class to families of West Clermont preschoolers at the United Way Born Learning Academy April 22 at Withamsville-Tobasco Elementary. Following the lesson and food preparation, each family took home the result of their learning: a ready-to-cook meal the following day — slow-cooker stuffed peppers — [ Read More ]

Goshen hosts STEM competition

On March 17 Goshen High School hosted a local STEM commercialization competition. This competition, called the “Believe In Ohio Program,” requires students to identify a problem that they see in the world, develop a STEM technology to solve the problem, then prepare a commercialization plan based on this technology in an attempt to justify funding [ Read More ]

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