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Iraq War veterans can claim Ohio Veterans Bonus

Veterans who served in Iraq have taken advantage of the Ohio Veterans Bonus in increasing numbers this year, but time is rapidly running out to claim this benefit – the deadline for those who served in Iraq is Dec. 31. The Bonus team is approving an average of more than 160 applications each week. The [ Read More ]

Chamber honors 2014 Pacesetters

The Clermont Chamber of Commerce has announced the recipients of the prestigious Pacesetter Awards. Dave McNutt has been named the Edward J. Parish Pacesetter and Duke Energy is the Corporate Pacesetter. The Edward J. Parish Pacesetter award has been presented annually since 1974 to an individual who has contributed to the economic vitality of Clermont [ Read More ]

Emergency appeal for type O blood made

Hoxworth Blood Center, University of Cincinnati is releasing an emergency appeal for Type O donors. Individuals with the blood Type O Positive or O Negative are being asked to donate immediately. “All individuals, regardless of blood type, are urged to donate. However, Type O blood is an urgent need at the present time” reports Alecia [ Read More ]

Fall colors beginning to appear across Ohio

The hints of color that are beginning to highlight the canopies of Ohio’s woodlands, along with the cooler temperatures, are sure signs that autumn is beginning to take hold. These are also the tell-tale signs that the fall color season is upon us here in the Buckeye State, according to the Ohio Department of Natural [ Read More ]

WILD about Bats workshop to be held

Don’t miss a one-of-a-kind Advanced Project WILD workshop focused on Ohio’s fascinating winged mammals. This free workshop will be held from 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 20 at Chatfield College, St. Martin Campus, Fayetteville. Researchers and education professionals will share bat biology, survey techniques, education activities, and threats to bat populations through formal [ Read More ]

Librari*Con will be held Nov. 8 in Union Twp

Do you like comic books, games, Dr. Who? Do you like to dress up as your favorite character from those comic books? Do you like all things “geeky?” Then mark your calendar for Librari*Con for 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 8, at the Union Township Branch Library, 4450 Glen Este-Withamsville Road. This is [ Read More ]

Dermatologist joins Mercy Health Physicians

Mercy Health – Cincinnati, which provides advanced, quality care with compassion in your neighborhood through its care network, announces that Rachel Gustin, MD, who specializes in dermatology, has joined Mercy Health Physicians. Dr. Gustin is board certified in dermatology. She completed an internship in internal medicine and residency in dermatology at the University of Michigan [ Read More ]

School Boards Association hosts fall conference

Nearly 300 school board members, administrators, staff, students and guests from across southwestern Ohio gathered in Lebanon on Oct. 9 for the Ohio School Boards Association Southwest Region Fall Conference. The conference was held at the Warren County Career Center. The event featured updates from OSBA officers and staff, as well as a number of [ Read More ]

Loveland Presbyterian to hold Harvest Bazaar

The 42nd annual Harvest Bazaar and Turkey Dinner will be held at Loveland Presbyterian Church from 3 – 7 p.m. Saturday Oct. 25. In addition to a great turkey dinner with all the ‘fixins’ there will be a “bid and buy” gift baskets, Split-the-Pot and bake sale. A variety of items fill the Gift Baskets [ Read More ]

Trunk or Treat to be held at Harvest Festival

“Trunk or Treat” is the highlight of the annual Harvest Festival sponsored by Christ Presbyterian Church. This years “Trunk or Treat” will be bigger and More fun than ever. Members of Christ Presbyterian Church load their cars’ “Trunks” with “Treats.” The kids seem to enjoy this variation on “Trunk or Treat.” Kids from 1 – [ Read More ]

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