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Oasis Rail Transit open houses scheduled for February 24 & 25

Offering a new transportation alternative to the Greater Cincinnati region that will help reduce dependence on car-based travel, Oasis Rail Transit is a commuter rail line that would transport residents, workers and visitors between downtown Cincinnati and the communities extending east through Hamilton County and into western Clermont County. Oasis is a core component of [ Read More ]

Scarlet Oaks students win awards

Six Scarlet Oaks Career Campus students received awards in regional Scholastics Art & Writing competition. Art Award winners are: Silver Key Winners Allyson Graham of Glen Este, Decay Bethany Green, Lockland, Halsey Alex Rhodes, Reading, Blue Penguin Honorable Mentions Von Brown, Lockland, Self Portrait Bethany Green, Ghost Town Art Fair Alex Rhodes, Jordan 4s Their [ Read More ]

Kiwanis participate in Gloves for Love

Last month the Kiwanis participated in Gloves for Love, a collection effort was started by Julie Whitney of Phillip-Whitney Communications when she partnered up with Sibcy Cline. After a successful collection of suit cases for local foster children they decided to start up a collection for other much needed items for local foster children, hats, [ Read More ]

Grant Career Center Engineering Design program receives grant

Grant Career Center’s Engineering Design program received a $7,500 grant from the Gene Haas Foundation. The check was presented to Engineering Design instructor Tobin Huebner, by Lou Santoro of HFO Midwest, the Haas Automation distributor. Santoro said, “Grant Career Center’s Engineering Design program is helping to fill the need of a qualified, trained workforce to [ Read More ]

Sue Steele earns OSBA Award

Sue Steele, a board member of the Goshen Local Schools and Great Oaks ITCD school boards, will be presented with the Ohio School Boards Association’s Award of Achievement at one of the association’s regional spring conferences. The conference will be held in Cincinnati on Tuesday, March 8. The Award of Achievement is given to school [ Read More ]

Southwest Ohio Wildlife area giving quail an ‘Edge’

Indian Creek and East Fork Wildlife Areas are “edging” their way into managing habitat for bobwhite quail according to the Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR). The habitat project will be a three year effort to improve Northern bobwhite quail habitat in southwest Ohio. Conservation partners; The Ohio State University, ODNR-Division of Wildlife, Pheasants/Quail Forever, [ Read More ]

Teen Tech Week starts March 7 at Clermont County’s libraries

Teens are invited into the Clermont County Public Library March 7 through March 12 to explore the great digital resources and other services that can help with school, preparing for college and 21st century careers. Teens age 13 to 18 can pick up a free flash drive during the week, while supplies last. One flash [ Read More ]

Jungle Jim’s Whiskey Trail will be a two-day event this year, Feb. 26 and 27

Grab your map and put on your boots, we’re hitting the 2016 Jungle Jim’s Whiskey Trail! We had so much fun last year that we’ve decided to make it a two-day event, instead of just one. Taking place Friday, Feb. 26 and Saturday, Feb. 27 from 7-10 p.m. each night, this year’s festival will be [ Read More ]

Civil War scholar to visit Georgetown

America’s Historian and Civil War scholar Edwin C. Bearss will present “U.S. Grant, Cadet to General” at the Gaslight Theater on the corner of S. Main and State Streets, Georgetown, Ohio, on Saturday, March 5, 2016 at 1:00 P.M. The program is sponsored by the U.S. Grant Homestead Association, an organization which celebrates the life, [ Read More ]

Mercy Health offering free smoking cessation classes

Mercy Health – Cincinnati, which provides advanced, quality, compassionate care in your neighborhood through its care network, invites smokers and their families to register for a free series of smoking cessation education classes starting at Mercy Health – Clermont Hospital in November. The class size is limited to 15 for comfortable group interaction and discussion. [ Read More ]

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