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Moore recognized at Wilmington College ceremony

Wilmington College senior Alena N. Moore of Goshen Road, Goshen, is the recipient of the Chemistry Academic Excellence Award. The presentation was made at the College’s 36th Annual Student Honors Convocation, recently. Moore also was inducted into the Green Key Society, Wilmington College’s honor society founded in May 1951. It was organized to recognize superior [ Read More ]

Adams and Mueller inducted into Green Key Society

Wilmington College seniors Rian C. Adams of SR 28, Goshen and Emily Mueller of SR 727, Goshen, were recognized for induction into the Green Key Society at the 36th Annual Student Honors Convocation. Adams, a 2014 graduate of Goshen High School and Mueller, a 2013 graduate of Goshen High School, are majoring in education. Green [ Read More ]

Local student earns Governor’s Awards for excellence in Environmental Protection Research

Ohio EPA is announcing the winners of the Governor’s Awards for Excellence in Environmental Protection Research. Twenty-six students were selected during State Science Day at The Ohio State University on May 13. State Science Day is organized and sponsored by the Ohio Academy of Science and is the equivalent of a state championship for science [ Read More ]

Goshen High Junior selected to 2017 Henry Clay Center for Statesmanship National Student Congress in June

The Henry Clay Center for Statesmanship, an innovative non-profit dedicated to educating a new generation of leaders in the essential skills of negotiation, dialogue, and compromise, announced today the acceptance of its 2017 class of National Student Congress. Lauren O. Smith, a junior at Goshen High School from Loveland, Oh has been selected for the [ Read More ]

Underground Railroad program

On Saturday June 17th, the Williamsburg Harmony Association will present a program featuring local historian, Gary Knepp. He will share stories about the five designated sites in Williamsburg that are included on the Underground Railroad Freedom Trail, as well as, other Clermont County locations. The program begins at 1:00 pm and is free to the [ Read More ]

Sister Chris Pratt, rural expert, to speak on June 8

On Thursday evening, June 8, 2017, Sister Chris Pratt, OSU, long-time rural life professional and former board member of National Catholic Rural Life, will speak about “The Vocation of Agriculture, to Till and Keep God’s Creation.” She will reflect on a document of the same name recently issued world-wide by the International Catholic Rural Association. [ Read More ]

Cincinnati-Eastside Rotary completes successful shoe drive

The Cincinnati-Eastside Rotary Club collected more than 70 pairs of shoes and socks during its April shoe drive to support Buckner Shoes for Orphan Souls®, which is the largest humanitarian aid project of the global ministry, Buckner International. Cincinnati Eastside Rotary, along with Rotary Clubs throughout southwest Ohio, donated new shoes and socks and made [ Read More ]

Mercy Health’s Wound Care Centers participate in third annual Wound Care Awareness Week June 5-9

Mercy Health – Cincinnati, which provides advanced, compassionate, quality care in your neighborhood through its care network, announces that the care teams at its wound care centers, members of the Healogics network, are helping raise awareness of chronic wounds as part of the fourth annual Wound Care Awareness Week observance. Wound Care Awareness Week will [ Read More ]

Watts graduates from basic military training

U.S. Air Force Airman Keaton X. Watts graduated from basic military training. The training took place at the Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San Antonio, Texas. The airman completed an intensive, eight-week program that included training in military discipline and studies, Air Force core values, physical fitness, and basic warfare principles and skills. Airmen who complete [ Read More ]

Ohioans facing issues with cemeteries can get help from the Department of Commerce

Memorial Day is just around the corner, and many Ohioans will visit cemeteries during the holiday weekend to pay their respects to loved ones and our nation’s veterans. These visits sometimes lead to frustration when a cemetery is not well kept. That’s where the Ohio Department of Commerce gets involved. There are laws and guidelines [ Read More ]


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