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Goshen Lions Club Pancake Breakfast, Holly Fair and Business Expo to be held

The Goshen Lions Club Pancake Breakfast, Holly Fair and Business Expo will be held from 8 – 10 a.m. Nov. 17 at Marr/Cook School. The gross proceeds of the pancake breakfast will be given to the Goshen United Methodist Church food pantry. The Goshen UMC food pantry supplies 20 percent of the food pantry needs [ Read More ]

Special opportunity for Judge McBride in oath ceremony

Clermont County Judge Jerry McBride enjoyed a rare lifetime experience today as he administered the lawyer’s oath to his daughter, Kathryn Lynn McBride. With the exception of submitting registration papers to the Supreme Court, which cannot be done until after the oath is administered, this is the last step required for his daughter to be [ Read More ]

Grant Career Center Auto Collision Model Car Show winners announced

As students in the Grant Career Center Auto Collision program learn new skills, they practice in their lab on full size cars, panels, and doors. Dent removal, filler applications, sanding, welding, and painting can be seen on a daily basis in the lab. To showcase their newly perfected skills, the students dropped down in scale [ Read More ]

Live Oaks students experience civic participation

Live Oaks Career Campus students made an impact on their community recently. As part of their government class, students were assigned to create some form of civic participation in order to realize there are many ways to affect one’s world. Possibilities included organizing a letter-writing campaign, writing and circulating a petition, creating and conducting an [ Read More ]

UC Clermont’s Community Garden harvest is 1,460 pounds

The final harvest total for UC Clermont’s Community Garden was 1460 pounds – all donated to local churches, community shelters and food pantries. This brings the three-year Community Garden total to 3841 pounds of food – grown and donated – through the effort of students, community volunteers, faculty and staff. “Each year, the community garden [ Read More ]

Batavia Rotary Club recognizes Crystal Howlett

Crystal Howlett of Clermont Northeastern High School was honored as the October Student of the Month by the Batavia Rotary Club. “When I asked our teams to think of a senior to be recognized as Student of the Month, Crystal’s bio was returned to me within ten minutes,” said John Eckert, CNE High School Principal. [ Read More ]

Lewis retiring from Clerk of Courts office

Dorothy Lewis has worked for the Clermont County Common Pleas Clerk of Courts for 20 years. On Friday, Oct. 26, she was joined by friends and family as her coworkers threw her a retirement party. “This has been the best,” Lewis said of her time working at the Clerk of Courts. “I couldn’t have asked [ Read More ]

Meadors named Rotary Student of the Month

Hunter Meadors of Batavia High School was chosen as the October Student of the Month by the Batavia Rotary Club. “There aren’t enough words to express what Hunter’s teachers say about him,” said Felicia Grooms, Batavia High School Guidance Counselor. “He is in the top five percent of his class while holding an internship and [ Read More ]

Bethel-Tate students create a human flag

By Art Hunter Editor The senior service learning class at Bethel-Tate High School created at human flag on the football field Wednesday, Oct. 10. Class teacher Diana Schellenberger said that the students came up with the idea during a brainstorming session as a way to recognize the Sept. 11 anniversary. The event had to be [ Read More ]

Soldier back home from Afghanistan deployment

Ricky Burdine, a 2009 New Richmond High School graduate, has returned home safely after a one-year tour in Afghanistan. He was greeted at the airport by his family, his wife Desiree Plank Burdine, and his baby girl who he for the first time.

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