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Williamsburg students recognized

On Sept. 12, the Williamsburg Board of Education recognized several students for their involvement in Buckeye Boys/Girls State. In attendance was Mr. Bruce Brockman who spoke about the American Legion program with those present. He discussed the roles each student held in the mock state organization and the premise of the week-long summer event. Mr. [ Read More ]

Harlan Township Fire & Rescue holds fundraiser

Harlan Township Fire and Rescue’s Annual Fall Fundraiser will be held on Friday, Oct. 21 and Saturday, Oct. 22 at the main fire station on Morrow-Rossburg Road at State Route 132, midway between the Villages of Pleasant Plain and Butlerville. On Friday evening, an old tyme auction will be held in the apparatus bays starting [ Read More ]

Financial advisor Joseph Kuethe receives Spirit of Caring award

Joseph P. Kuethe of the financial services firm Edward Jones in Milford recently won the firm’s exclusive Spirit of Caring Award designed to recognize those financial advisors who exemplify the values, culture and spirit of giving back. Jim Weddle, the firm’s managing partner, calls Kuethe a leader in the firm and an example of what [ Read More ]

CCDD has applications for free/reduced lunch

The Clermont County Board of Developmental Disabilities (CCDD) and the Thomas A. Wildey School have applications available for students unable to pay the full price of meals or milk served under the National School Lunch and School Breakfast Program. The Federal Income Eligibility Guidelines will be used for determining eligibility. Children from families whose annual [ Read More ]

Library patrons donate books

Many patrons who brought early literacy books to the library for the KlicWow organization. This group is working to place tablets and early literacy books into the hands of every 3- and 4-year-old in Clermont County. The goal is to help children be better prepared to learn how to read by the time they start [ Read More ]

Pierce Police receive traffic safety grants

The Pierce Township Police Department announced on Sept. 19 that the Ohio Department of Public Safety, and the Ohio Traffic Safety Office, awarded two traffic enforcement grants to the Department for FY2017. The Ohio Traffic Safety Office awarded $16,822.97 in federal traffic safety funding for the Selective Traffic Enforcement Program and $25,234.46 was awarded for [ Read More ]

Nature Center names ecologist to lead new Center for Conservation & Stewardship

We are thrilled to announce Cory Christopher, PhD as the new Director of the Center for Conservation & Stewardship. “My dream is to help create a culture of collaborative conservation and thoughtful stewardship of wildlife and wild places across the Cincinnati region,” says Christopher. An opportunity to meet Christopher and hear him speak is set [ Read More ]

Goshen hires new teachers

The Goshen Local School District has an expectation to hire the best teachers and support staff to work with the students and the community. The district would like to welcome and announce the hiring of the following new staff members for the school year. Marr Cook: Sarah Jackson- Kindergarden Madison Zurawski- 2nd grade Spaulding: Kelsey Treubig- [ Read More ]

Tour Williamsburg’s historic cemetery

The Williamsburg Harmony Hill Association recently sponsored a walking tour of Williamsburg’s historic cemetery. Included on the tour were the burial sites of several early pioneers, Revolutionary and Civil War Veterans and abolitionists. Costumed interpreters were present at each site to relate interesting and entertaining stories about the individuals and the history of early Williamsburgh. [ Read More ]

Church celebrates 90 years

Your Faith United Methodist Family would like to cordially invite you to our Homecoming on Oct. 22. We will be celebrating 90 years of faith and fellowship in our current building at 180 N. Fifth Street, Batavia, Ohio. Our church has had a rich history thanks to our friends, family and community who have given [ Read More ]

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