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Sports Medicine Specialist joins Mercy Health

Mercy Health – Cincinnati, which provides advanced, quality, compassionate care in your neighborhood through its care network, announces that orthopaedic surgeon and sports medicine specialist Amelia Wiggins, DO, has joined Mercy Health Physicians. “Like Mercy Health, my goal is to help people be well and seeing an athlete get back to doing what he or [ Read More ]

USDA begins enrollment for Conservation Reserve Program

Farmers and landowners are reminded that the next general enrollment period for the Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) has started, and will end on Feb. 26, 2016. As of September 2015, 24.2 million acres were enrolled in CRP. CRP also is protecting more than 170,000 stream miles with riparian forest and grass buffers, enough to go [ Read More ]

Ohio Dept of Agriculture lifts bird exhibition ban

With no confirmed cases in Ohio and no immediate threat of a Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza (avian flu) outbreak, Ohio Agriculture Director David T. Daniels and State Veterinarian Dr. Tony Forshey today rescinded the order prohibiting bird shows in Ohio. Officials urge poultry and bird owners, however, to remain vigilant and cautious in order to [ Read More ]

Farm bureau members serve as delegates

Clermont County Farm Bureau members served as delegates to the 97th annual meeting of the Ohio Farm Bureau Federation Dec. 2-4 in Columbus. They are (front row from left) Mark Foebar of Williamsburg, Craig Adams of Leesburg and David Lewis of Batavia; (back row from left) Kathy Mosbaugh of Amelia, Heather Utter of Georgetown and [ Read More ]

The Country Inn Restaurant hosts Shop with a Cop participants for breakfast

The Country Inn Restaurant in Mt. Orab hosted a breakfast for the more than 100 participants in the annual Brown County Shop with a Cop program Tuesday, Dec. 15. The Shop with a Cop program pairs students from around the county who are in less fortunate circumstances with a police officer from the county. The [ Read More ]

Lt. Governor Taylor urges Ohioans to protect themselves from holiday mishaps

Ohio Lieutenant Governor Mary Taylor is reminding Ohioans as they prepare to celebrate the holiday season – and the mishaps that can come along with it – that they should review their insurance policies to avoid potential coverage gaps and determine if adjustments are needed. “The holiday season is about enjoying time with our loved [ Read More ]

Register now for spring classes at Chatfield College

During the hustle and bustle of the holiday season, don’t forget to give yourself the gift of education! A new semester at Chatfield College begins the week of January 19, 2016, and the college is registering now for Spring classes. The Spring schedule offers a variety of courses in business, computers, education, English, history, psychology, [ Read More ]

The Salvation Army’s Kettle Campaign is nearly $65,000 behind prior year donations

The Salvation Army in Cincinnati announced that its 2015 Kettle Campaign is currently almost $65,000 behind prior-year contributions, with just one week remaining in the campaign. To-date, the Kettle Campaign in Greater Cincinnati, including Northern Kentucky, has raised $407,282, compared to more than $470,000 at this time last year. To reach this year’s $800,000 goal, [ Read More ]

District recognizes employees

The West Clermont Board of Education recognized three teachers at the Monday Dec. 14 Board of Education meeting. According to Human Resources Director Chris Davis, the District believes that appropriate recognition of exemplary personnel contributes to a highly qualified, highly satisfied, and highly appreciated staff. “The program recognizes employee behavior that advances the District’s overall [ Read More ]

DAR holds Christmas meeting

The Taliaferro Chapter, National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution, held their Christmas meeting on Saturday, Dec. 12, in the Historic Presbyterian Church in Georgetown. A noon luncheon was held in the honor of Ohio State DAR Regent, Sandra McCann, visiting the chapter. Eighteen chapter members were in attendance. The State Regent spoke [ Read More ]

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