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Live Oaks JROTC honored by State Board of Education

Regular spectators at the Findlay Market Parade know of the precision, discipline, and dignity that the Live Oaks Career Campus/Milford Army JROTC students show in their public Color Guard appearances. The nearly 2,000 dignitaries and hundreds of thousands of television viewers who saw the swearing-in ceremony know that as well. But what those community members [ Read More ]

Rotary club holds Pass the Gavel Dinner

During Haglage’s one-year term, the Batavia Rotary Club participated in many community service projects including the purchase of over 300 dictionaries for third grade students at Clermont North Eastern and Batavia Schools; Wrapping Clermont Together, a collaboration with Landmark Baptist Church; and the annual Rotary Golf Outing that raised over $20,000 for Clermont County community [ Read More ]

There’s nothing common about new math books

New Richmond Exempted Village School District students in grades kindergarten through six will be greeted with new math text books when they return to school Aug. 18 when the district switches to enVisionMATH. “It’s the first time we have upgraded our K-6 math text books in nine years,” said Adam Bird, superintendent of schools. “Our [ Read More ]

Grant winners recognized

The Southern Ohio Agricultural & Community Development Foundation Board of Trustees met Friday, June 17, at the Nationwide & Ohio Farm Bureau 4-H Center in Columbus, Ohio to recognize the recipients of the 2011 – 2012 Educational Excellence Competitive Grant. The Educational Excellence Grant is a one time grant of up to $7,500 towards tuition, [ Read More ]

Benefit for Kaylee to be held

Kaylee Marie Krumm was born on Feb. 14, the third daughter of Anthony and Lisa Krumm, of Summerside. Three days later, the family was jolted with unexpected news: the baby was diagnosed with Hypoplastic Left Heart Syndrome (HLHS), a rare congenital heart defect. As she approaches her 6-month birthday, little Kaylee already has undergone four [ Read More ]

Clermont Northeastern named a Pacesetter School

Clermont Northeastern Middle School has been selected as a national Making Middle Grades Work (MMGW) Pacesetter School. This award is based on the success of local school leaders and teachers in improving school practices and raising student achievement. The award was presented by Dave Spence, president of the Southern Regional Education Board (SREB), at the [ Read More ]

Granger wins Batavia Property Improvement Award

To say Kelly Grainger loves to garden would be an understatement. She will spend hours working on her land, sometimes from sun up to sun down, and her dedication has earned her the Property Improvement Award from the Village Association of Batavia. “I’ve done it for the last six years or so, since my son [ Read More ]

Moscow school alumni host homecoming picnic

Old days, old friends,old times at Moscow High School was the main menu for the annual homecoming picnic held Saturday, July 16 at the Washington Township Park. Old schoolmates remembered the fun times with their classmate, Ben Houser, who passed away last month.  Houser had been serving as president of the Moscow Alumni. At a special committee meeting, Vice President [ Read More ]

Farmer, Gerding to wed

The Families of Kris Farmer and Jennifer Gerding have announced the couple’s engagment. The couple is planning a wedding Sept. 3, 2011.

Ooten, Schalk to wed

Mr. and Mrs. Billy and Tammy Ooten have announced the engagement of their daughter, Meagan Brynn, to Bradley Alan Schalk, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dennis and Lynn Schalk. Meagan graduated from Felicity Franklin High School and UC Clermont College with degrees in Computer Programming, Web Design, Business, and Marketing. She is pursuing her bachelor’s [ Read More ]

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