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Felicity-Franklin Elementary Honor Roll – Second Quarter of 2015-2016

First Grade: Mrs. Barger’s Class-Bristol Baudendistel, Katelyn Brandenburg, Amiya Delaney, Jaden Dick, Jayden Donathan, William Doyle, Garrett King, Riley Legner, Dalton Massey, Kendra Quirk, Trenton Rohrbacher, Shelby Swader, Caleb Turner Mrs. Simpson’s Class- Addyson Baker, Wyatt Bush, Cheyenne Conley, Levi Eling, Garet Hall, Ronnie Harra, Autumn Hazenfield, Sophia Karl, Ava Maly, Khloie Martin, Kiersten Reynolds, [ Read More ]

Will organic grain production and milling work in Clermont County?

On Sunday, Jan. 31, 2016, Catholic Rural Life and the OK River Valley Chapter of OEFFA (Ohio Ecological Food and Farm Ass’n) will sponsor the Ninth Annual Buy Local Foods Seminar. Michelle Ajamian and Brandon Jaeger, of Shagbark Seed and Mill in Athens, Ohio, will give the keynote speech about how they started their very [ Read More ]

Time to get the annual license for your dog

If you love your dog, license it. That’s the message from Clermont County Commissioners as the season to buy dog licenses launches from Dec. 1, 2015, through Jan. 31, 2016. Annual licenses cost $16 each; three year licenses can be purchased for $48, and permanent licenses for $160. Kennel licenses can be purchased for $80, [ Read More ]

5th annual Queen City Blood featuring the Cincinnati Cyclones

Hoxworth Blood Center, University of Cincinnati is proud to announce that the 5th Annual Queen City Blood Drive, featuring the Cincinnati Cyclones is scheduled for Tuesday, Jan. 26 from 10am to 7pm at The Duke Energy Convention Center. The blood center is made possible by the following partners: Duke Energy Convention Center, Tri Health, the [ Read More ]

Clermont County taxes due Feb. 12

Approximately 46,000 first half real estate tax bills were mailed on Jan. 15, said Clermont County Treasurer, J. Robert True. The deadline for payment, without penalty, is Feb. 12. Taxes can be paid by mail or in person at the Treasurer’s Office on the second floor of the County Administration Building, 101 E. Main Street, [ Read More ]

Troopers asking motorists to move over for emergency responders

The Ohio State Highway Patrol is asking motorists to help keep their fellow drivers and law enforcement officers safe by following Ohio’s Move Over law. From 2011-2015, Ohio State Highway Patrol cruisers were involved in 67 crashes that appear be related to the move over law. These crashes resulted in deaths of two civilians, 25 [ Read More ]

Mercy Health’s Wound Care Centers warn about pressure ulcers

Mercy Health – Cincinnati, which provides advanced, compassionate, quality care in your neighborhood through its care network, warns that there is a hidden epidemic that is affecting five percent more people each year as it strikes up to 4.5 million times. Pressure ulcers are no longer referred to as bedsores but the name change hasn’t [ Read More ]

Souper Bowl of Caring is on Feb. 6

The Summerside United Methodist Church (SUMC) is holding a ‘Souper Bowl of Caring’ on Saturday, Feb. 6. Join us as we tackle hunger with a free soup lunch from 12-1 p.m. at SUMC located at 638 Old State Route 74, Cincinnati. For more information please call the SUMC office 513-528-3052 or by email at

Weight loss seminar to be held Jan. 26

Are you trying to lose weight? Dr. Huber & Dr. Newbold can help! They will explain how to help you reach your goals. Please join the doctors on Jan. 26 at 7:30 p.m. at Fitzgerald’s Pharmacy in Williamsburg, located at 305 West Main Street. Please call 513-724-7081 to reserve your spot.

OSU Extension Small Farm Program announces the 2016 Ohio New and Small Farm Colleges

Clermont County Extension is partnering to host the New and Small Farm College for Southern Ohio at the Southern State Community College Campus in Mt. Orab, Ohio. Please see the article below by Extension Educator and team leader, Tony Nye for more details. If you have any further questions, feel free to contact Gigi Neal, [ Read More ]

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