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Students complete Fire Officer training

Area fire departments will be more efficient and effective, thanks to the work of fifteen area fire officials who made up the first graduating class of the Fire Officer III program at Great Oaks Career Campuses. Fifteen Chief Fire Officers and future chief officers from nine southwestern Ohio communities completed forty hours of training over [ Read More ]

Freddy’s fry sauce available for purchase

Fast-casual restaurant franchise, Freddy’s Frozen Custard & Steakburgers, today announced its signature fry sauce is now available for purchase. The 18-ounce bottles are sold in every Freddy’s restaurant and online at “After a couple of years of tinkering with and perfecting a dipping sauce recipe, we introduced it to be enjoyed with our crispy [ Read More ]

Grant Career Center High School releases 1st Quarter Honor Roll

11th Grade Principal’s List A’s Christen Abrams Rebeca Appelmann Samantha Arthur Christopher Autzen Hannah Auxier Savannah Bateman Jessica Bauscher Abigail Bowling Tiffany Britnell Mia Brown Jessica Bullock Brandon Bush Skyler Cassity Whitney Cook Ryan Dittman Joshua Dixon McKenzee Edwards Raebecca Ellington Mckenna Emery Drew Evans Kathryn Evans Katelyn Forsee Gabrielle Fox Bailey Haas Coby Hamilton [ Read More ]

Adams Brown Recycling announces holiday closure

Adams Brown Recycling, in Georgetown, will be closed Thursday, Nov. 26, Friday, Nov. 27 and Saturday, Nov. 28 in observance of Thanksgiving. We hope you and your families have a wonderful holiday. Regular hours are Mon. – Fri. 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Saturday from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. There will be NO [ Read More ]

CPD seeking candidates to ‘Be Difference Makers”

The Cincinnati Police Department is seeking qualified candidates to apply with the Department. Applications for the next Cincinnati Police Recruit Exam will be accepted through Jan. 31, 2016. Candidates interested in a career in law enforcement with an opportunity for advancement should apply for the Police Recruit Application at Interested candidates must be at [ Read More ]

Clermont County Chief Deputy Steve Leahy receives award

On November 13, 2015 Clermont County Sheriff’s Office Chief Deputy Steve Leahy, was invited to attend the Annual OIPP (Ohio Injury Prevention Partnership) meeting in Columbus Ohio to receive a “Champion” award at their annual meeting. Chief Leahy was nominated for the award for his continued involvement in the prevention and reduction of prescription medication [ Read More ]

Clermont high school seniors receive Math Medal Award

Four high-achieving Clermont County high school seniors received the Honda-OSU Math Medal Award from a partnership between Honda and The Ohio State University. The award recognizes the top senior mathematics student in 232 high schools in southwest and central Ohio. The math medal winners from Clermont County are Loewen Cavill, Milford; Henry DeWald, Amelia; Josh [ Read More ]

Free mobile app helps farmers comply with new state laws

A free mobile app is now available to help farmers comply with new record keeping requirements created under two state laws. Developed by Knox County Farm Bureau and Knox County Soil and Water Conservation District, the Ohio Nutrient Management Record Keeper (ONMRK) was designed to help farmers comply with Senate Bill 1, which restricts the [ Read More ]

CCDD celebrates good fortune at annual recognition

October 28 was a night of great entertainment and fun as the Clermont County Board of Developmental Disabilities (CCDD) celebrated its annual Good Fortune Recognition Dinner at Receptions Eastgate. The event is held each year to recognize the accomplishments of those who give back to the CCDD program. This includes providers, self-advocates, friends, advocates, volunteers, [ Read More ]

DeWine offers holiday shopping tips

Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine today encouraged consumers to remember their rights and watch for potential scams while shopping this holiday season. “Understanding your rights as a consumer can help you avoid scams and make the most of holiday shopping,” Attorney General DeWine said. “We want to help consumers identify potential problems, and we encourage [ Read More ]

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