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Do you love to sing?

The award-winning Cincinnati Sound Chorus is opening its doors for women of all ages to experience the art of singing a cappella harmony in the barbershop style during our November Open House. Through-out the month, this women’s chorus is holding rehearsals in Wyoming and, during this time, it is reaching out to share music with [ Read More ]

Lions raffling off Bengals tickets

Thanks to a very generous donor, Lions Reach Out has four tickets on the club level for the Bengals game Nov. 20 against the Bills. You can be the lucky winner of all four tickets, which have a face value of $968, simply by buying a raffle ticket! Tickets are $5 and are available at [ Read More ]

Williamsburg Garden Club to meet Nov. 1

The Williamsburg Garden Club will meet on Tuesday evening, Nov. 1 at 6:30 p.m. at the First Presbyterian Church, 2nd and Gay Streets. Hostesses are Carol Keller and Mary Service. The program for the evening, “Fall Flowers and Foliage”, will be presented by Kelly Shaffer of The Rustic Rose Flowers and Collectibles shop on Main [ Read More ]

Felicity FFA members attend FFA camp

By: Kolbie Brandenburg, FFA Reporter On June 27 through July 1, 31 Felicity-Franklin FFA members attended Ohio FFA Camp Muskingum in Carrolton, Ohio. While at camp, members enjoyed many recreational activities, such as paddle boarding, swimming, sand volleyball, shooting riffles and shotguns and hanging out with state officers and FFA members from all over Ohio. [ Read More ]

CCPH receives Auditor of State Award

Following a recent audit by the Auditor of State’s office, Clermont County Public Health has earned the Auditor of State Award for excellent record keeping. The Auditor of State Award is presented to local government agencies and school districts that file timely financial reports and receive a clean audit report. Receiving a clean report means [ Read More ]

Freedom Center home to Cincinnati’s last free standing African American bookstore

The National Underground Railroad Freedom Center announced today that they are the new home of Cincinnati’s last free standing, black-owned African American bookstore—Smith & Hannon, formerly located in Bond Hill. Museum admission is not required to visit the bookstore. Located on the first floor of the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center, Smith & Hannon is [ Read More ]

6-State Trooper Project focused on enforcement

The Ohio State Highway Patrol joined forces with other members of the 6-State Trooper Project to focus on marijuana and criminal patrol enforcement from Thursday, Sept. 22 at 12:01 a.m. through Sunday, Sept. 25 at 11:59 p.m. This high-visibility enforcement effort included the Indiana State Police, Kentucky State Police, Michigan State Police, Ohio State Highway [ Read More ]

Mason honored as Ohio Fire Service Instructor of the Year

Great Oaks instructor Johnny Mason of Batavia was recognized this week as Ohio Fire Service Instructor of the Year during the 2016 Ohio Fire Service Hall of Fame awards ceremony in Reynoldsburg. Mason, a lieutenant in the Liberty Township Fire Department, has been an instructor at the Great Oaks Career Campuses Fire Academy for 14 [ Read More ]

FFA student awarded trip to Costa Rica

By: Kolbie Brandenburg, FFA Reporter In June, Collin Dunaway and FFA advisor Holly Jennings had the opportunity to go on a 9-day trip to the beautiful country of Costa Rica. Previously in November, Dunaway had the opportunity to compete at the National FFA Convention, as a National FFA proficiency finalist. He then competed to participate in [ Read More ]

Five generations

Five generation of Haucks: Virginia Johnson Hauck Komo, born Oct. 22, 1931 Dennis Paul Hauck, born Nov. 3, 1948 Jodi Lynn Hauck-Edwards, born Aug. 23, 1969 Miranda Nichole Brumback-Briggs, born Jan. 13, 1991 Averie Lynn Briggs, born July 2, 2016

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