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Annual Vintage Quilt Exhibit and Sale set for August 26 in Milford

The Greater Milford Area Historical Society (GMAHS) will host the 7th Annual Vintage Quilt Exhibit and Sale on August 26, 2017 from 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM. The event will feature approximately 50 antique, vintage and new quilts, with a collection of those available for sale; and, it will be held at Promont, 906 Main [ Read More ]

Pioneer Day at Harmony Hill for third graders

The Williamsburg Harmony Hill Association recently held a Pioneer Day event for 80 third grade students from the Williamsburg Elementary School. Activities for the day included grinding and shelling corn, spinning and weaving, churning butter, playing with early toys, making beaded necklaces, story telling and musical entertainment by a member of the Cincinnati Dulcimer Society. [ Read More ]

2017 Art Affaire Poster Image Contest winner is Anne Huddleston

The Greater Milford Area Historical Society (GMAHS) and exclusive poster competition sponsor, the City of Milford, are pleased to announce the winner of the 2017 Art Affaire Poster Contest. Anne Huddleston, artist and professional graphic designer, created the winning poster using Milford, Ohio’s natural resources as her inspiration. The tree‑lined river is the focal point [ Read More ]

The annual 2017 Pacesetter Awards nominations now open

The Clermont Chamber of Commerce proudly announces the opening of Nominations for the annual Pacesetter Awards. The Clermont Chamber of Commerce Pacesetter Awards Dinner recognizes outstanding companies and individuals for their hard work and their contribution to the county. Pacesetter Awards will be held on November 9, 2017 at Oasis Conference Center. “So much of [ Read More ]

Duke customers may see lower bills this summer

Duke Energy customers may be pleasantly surprised when they receive their electricity bills this summer. Company officials say that compared to a year ago, average bills for residential customers could drop 3-4 percent in Southwest Ohio and Northern Kentucky. That equates to roughly $3-$5 of savings per month. “We experienced warmer-than-normal weather last summer,” said [ Read More ]

July 4-H Carrot Cruncher’s Report

By Jacob Bauscher All members of the club will be setting up cages in the rabbit barn on Friday July 21st @ 5:30 pm. The children are very excited to be showing their projects that they have worked on all year to the community on Thursday 27th @ 8:00 am in the rabbit barn. They [ Read More ]

Photos of Rainbow Child Care Center children participating in 4th of July activities.

County sending hard drives of 3 BCC sessions to a data recovery firm

The digital videos recorded during the Clermont County Board of Commissioners’ Sessions on March 27, May 8 and June 28 had technical issues. Two of them could not be uploaded to the county’s YouTube channel, and one had audio problems. Internal staff attempts to locate the Commissioners’ Sessions on a computer hard drive have been [ Read More ]

Fifth year of ‘Hoots and Hops’ event at Nature Center coming soon

Now in its fifth year, Hoots & Hops provides a fun evening of exploration along the Mashburn Discovery Trail, while participants enjoy samples of beer from regional breweries and food, wine sampling and tastings from local restaurants/caterers. Krippendorf Lodge serves as the event hub, and a local band stationed on the porch features upbeat music [ Read More ]

7 community projects set to receive CDBG funds, totaling $687,157

Seven projects throughout Clermont County, totaling $687,157, have been approved for Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funding. Funds for the project will begin to flow in six to nine months, according to Sherri Cmar, Grants Coordinator for Clermont County. The projects include: • Wayne Township, Community Center Phase III Project — $233,697. This is the [ Read More ]


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