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Lions are looking for local servicemen stationed overseas

The Goshen Lions Club is looking for men or women who are from Goshen Township, serving in the military in Iraq or Afghanistan. The Lions would like to send them a care package from the Goshen Lions Club for Christmas. This is a project that we have been doing since the beginning of the Afghan [ Read More ]

First Quarter Top Performers recognized

Grant Career Center recently held the First Quarter Attendance and Awards Assembly where students were recognized for achievements during the first quarter. Students received Perfect Attendance Awards and Honor Roll Certificates for their efforts. The Top Performers in each program were also announced for the first quarter. Instructors select Top Performers each quarter by using [ Read More ]

Wine and Whiskers Tasting and Auction was a great success

The League for Animal Welfare’s Sixth Annual Wine and Whiskers Tasting and Auction was a great success. The event raised more than $41,000 to support the homeless animals throughout Greater Cincinnati. The League is located at 4193 Taylor Road in Batavia. The annual event was held at the beautiful Greenacres Arts Center in the Village [ Read More ]

Historian looks for help with the mystery of the white star flag

Historian Gary Knepp is hoping that someone out there can come forward and help him solve the mystery of the white star flag. The flag, featuring one white and 47 gold stars on one side, was draped over the casket of Corporal James Taylor of Goshen; he died during combat on Heartbreak Ridge during the [ Read More ]

Culinary Arts program reviewed by American Culinary Federation

The day began as usual in the Scarlet Oaks Culinary Arts kitchens – with an inspection. Students lined up as instructors Chef Dan Knecht and Chef Chris Johnson examined the students’ hands and uniforms to ensure that they were ready to work. Two other inspectors were there as well. Chef Don Antinore and Chef Richard [ Read More ]

Win a Lionel train at the December Trains of Williamsburg Holiday event

The annual Trains of Williamsburg Christmas Walk will be held from 5 p.m. until 9 p.m. on Friday, Dec. 2, in the village of Williamsburg. “A big draw this year is a raffle to win a Lionel Cascade Range “O” gauge logging train,” said event committee member Terri Ousley. “Everyone that takes part in the [ Read More ]

Christmas Tree Lighting to be held in Union Township

The Union Township Board of Trustees invites you to watch as thousands of Christmas lights illuminate the sky at the Second Annual Christmas Tree Lighting at 6:30 p.m. Friday, Dec. 2, in front of the Civic Center, 4350 Aicholtz Road. Students from throughout the West Clermont Local School District, as well as first, second and [ Read More ]

Myers celebrate 65 years

Paul and Carolyn (Ray) Myers were married on Nov. 30, 1946 at the Casstown Lutheran Church near Troy Ohio. They moved to Clermont County in 1958, Mr Myers along with Elmer Kramer started the Kramer-Myers Insurance Agency in 1960. Mr. Myers is active in the Northeastern Lions Club and has been the food chairman of [ Read More ]

Two Amelia High School students have been elected to state office

One-third of the Ohio Business Professionals of America (BPA) leadership can now be found at Amelia High School. Katie Whitaker was voted state secretary and Shelby Engle was voted state historian at the BPA Fall Leadership Conference on Nov. 11. In addition, In addition, Amelia High School submitted a pin design that was selected as [ Read More ]

November Student of the Month recognized by Batavia Rotary

Taylor Faecher of Clermont Northeastern High School was honored as Student of the Month at the Nov. 1 meeting of the Batavia Rotary Club. One high school student from CNE is honored at the first Rotary meeting of each month during the school year. Students who are nominated for this award live their lives in [ Read More ]

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