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State Route 28 work complete

On Saturday, Oct. 29, ODOT crews completed signage and pavement marking changes on westbound State Route 28. This allows for a third westbound through lane/turn lane starting at Woodspoint Drive and ending into the right turn only lane on Buckwheat Road. The change increases capacity and reduces backups on SR 28, which will also improve [ Read More ]

TSC, 4-H clover campaign hits $10 million milestone

Tractor Supply Company, in partnership with National 4-H Council, has announced that more than $871,000 was raised during the 2016 Fall Paper Clover Campaign on Oct. 5-16, surpassing the $10 million milestone raised for 4-H since the program’s inception just seven years ago. Since 2009, the Paper Clover Campaign has provided direct support to further [ Read More ]

GLSD presents at Ohio School Boards Capital Conference

Goshen Local Schools was approved through an application process to present at the 2016 Student Achievement Fair, part of the Ohio School Boards annual Capitol Conference. The Student Achievement Fair is one of the most successful and rewarding exhibitions at the Capital Conference. This overwhelmingly popular event was held from 11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. [ Read More ]

CCDD celebrates community good fortune

It was a star-studded evening on Nov. 3, as the Clermont County Board of Developmental Disabilities celebrated a night of recognition for those unsung heroes who go above and beyond to support people with disabilities in our community. The sixth annual CCDD Good Fortune Recognition Dinner honored people in nine categories that span a lifetime [ Read More ]

Stepping Stones wins Torch Award for ethical practices

Stepping Stones, Inc. was among five winners of the 16th Annual Better Business Bureau Torch Awards for Marketplace Ethics, presented Thurs., Oct. 20 at JACK Cincinnati Casino. Stepping Stones, headquartered in Indian Hill, has program sites in Norwood, Batavia and Monfort Heights and serves more than 1,000 children, teens and adults with disabilities. The Torch [ Read More ]

Program delivers holiday spirit

The holidays are a time to celebrate the joy and warmth of the season with friends and family. In Milford, the local Home Instead Senior Care® office is inviting the community to celebrate with local seniors who may be alone during the holiday season. The Home Instead Senior Care office serving Clermont and Brown counties [ Read More ]

St. Louis School shares honor roll

1st HONORS 4th Grade: Anna Blair Kaitlin Brown 6th Grade: Xavier Carnicom Max Gildea Jack McGreevy Rachel Noschang Larissa Shoemake Jayden Trimble 7th Grade: Ryan Blair Carolyn Bockhorst Daniel Broussard David Gardner Elena Scheffter Claire Schrinner 8th Grade: Megan Raab Dani Shoemake Dallas Huxel 2nd HONORS 4th Grade: Gabriella Boland Ellie Breitenstein Audrey Gildea Alex [ Read More ]

Klosterman House on Christmas Home Tour

The Christmas Home Tour, sponsored by the U.S. Grant Homestead Association, will be held in Georgetown on Sunday, Dec. 4, 2016 from noon to 5 p.m. The tour begins at the Thompson House Gallery, 203 East Grant Avenue where you can buy tickets and pick up a tour packet. Tickets are $10 and are available [ Read More ]

Miami Township holds 13th Annual Holiday Parade

Felicity FFA attends soils contest

By: Kolbie Brandenburg, FFA Reporter On Sept. 22, the Felicity Franklin FFA attended the District 9 soils contest at the Lynchburg Loins Club park. Four members competed in the urban judging team which placed 10th in the district; those members included Kolbie Brandenburg, Riley Pinger, Christina Bruegermann, and Sam Clark. Four members also competed on [ Read More ]


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