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OSU Extension Clermont hosted perennial school

The Ohio State University Extension Clermont County hosted the 19th Annual Southwest Ohio Perennial School April 11 at the Clermont County Fairground’s 4-H Hall. The event, attended by 122 guests, centered on five educational presentations with a tradeshow featuring regional vendors and gardening organizations. This year’s topics included “Culinary Bible Herbs” with Rita Heikenfeld, Cooking [ Read More ]

New Richmond prepares for the Common Core

The New Richmond Board of Education has been presented with a K-12 English Language Arts course of study for the 2013-14 school year that completes a two-year project by the district to meet the new Common Core State Standards in math, reading and writing recently adopted by the State of Ohio. The school board is [ Read More ]

New CCDD PRIME curriculum offers employment exploration

Like most adults, Marty Rains is interested in getting a job. What type of job? He’s not sure. What kind of skills does he need to be successful? He’s not sure about that, either. That is why he participated in PRIME training at the Clermont County Board of Developmental Disabilities (CCDD), and loved every minute [ Read More ]

Maysville’s 19th annual antique and craft expo scheduled for April 27 and 28

Members of the Washington Lions Club have been busy since December preparing for their 19th annual antique and craft expo to be held at the King Burley Warehouse Center on April 27 and 28. More than 130 vendors from six states will be exhibiting their wares in large, 15 x 25 feet spaces inside the [ Read More ]

Live Oaks/Milford JROTC sweeps drill competition

The Live Oaks/Milford JROTC Color Guard and Drill Teams won all four first place trophies awarded at the 4th annual Western Brown JROTC Color Guard and Drill Team Meet held on the Western Brown campus in Mt. Orab April 6. In the competition, each unit commander had to memorize between 40 and 50 commands and [ Read More ]

Clermont County participating in regional effort that fosters local students and environment

Prepare to be amazed as the realms of art and environment collide into spectacular rain barrels! Since early January, artists of all ages from across the Tri-State area have participated in a project to promote water conservation and environmental protection. Forty-two artist worked their magic to turn dull rain barrels into true works of art. [ Read More ]

White named March Batavia Rotary Student of the Month

“Alex is a kind, good-hearted person and is a great student,” said Felicia Grooms, Batavia High School Guidance Counselor. “He is truly an exemplary young man who works hard for his community.” White is ranked in the top five percent of his class. He carries over a 4.0 weighted grade point average and has maintained [ Read More ]

Stepping Stones to hold reunion to celebrate 50 Years

Stepping Stones is celebrating its 50th birthday with a party on May 18, and it could be tough finding someone who is not invited. The United Way agency was Greater Cincinnati’s first summer day camp for children with disabilities and has grown to a $3.5 million agency serving children and adults with disabilities with recreational [ Read More ]

Williamsburg students travel to New York City

“A journey of a thousand miles must begin with a single step,” Ancient Chinese philosopher Lao Tzu stated. Taking that first step is just what 36 seniors and four faculty members from Williamsburg High School did on March 3, as they traveled to New York City on a Croswell bus. For four days and three [ Read More ]

Batavia Rotary Recognizes CNE high school student

Chris Yaggi of Clermont Northeastern High School was honored as the March Student of the Month by the Batavia Rotary Club. His academic record, school participation, and service to the community were taken into consideration in choosing him for this award. “Chris is a very intelligent young man,” said John Eckert, CNE High School Principal. [ Read More ]


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