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Evangelist, musician to teach at Trinity Christian Fellowship

Evangelist and musician Blain Bowman will teach on “Paul’s Epistles in the Book of Isaiah” at Trinity Christian Fellowship on April 2, 9, & 16, 2014, at 6:30 pm. Blaine Bowman was saved during the “Jesus Movement” in 1971. He started preaching in 1973 and has since filled over 8,000 engagements across the U.S. and [ Read More ]

Rural Life Conference to meet

On Thursday, April 10, the Catholic Rural Life Conference of the St. Martin Deanery will hold its regular meeting. On the agenda are planning for a “Rural Plunge” visit by city teen-agers in July and other future programs. The meetings are open to anyone who shares our goals of bringing a Christian perspective to life [ Read More ]

Chatfield College to hold open house

Chatfield College will host its annual Spring Open House on Saturday, April 5 at the St. Martin campus in St. Martin, Ohio. The college has several scholarship opportunities available for area residents, including the Coca Cola First Generation Scholarship and the Austin E. Knowlton Scholarship. Open House Guests will have the chance to learn more [ Read More ]

Scam artists soliciting for money in Clermont

The Clermont County Fire Chief’s Alliance has learned that unidentified individuals have been knocking on random doors asking residents to donate to Clermont County Firefighters and Tri-State burn victims. The Clermont County Chief’s Alliance has not and does not plan to endorse any such activity. The origin of this activity is not yet known. If [ Read More ]

Batavia YMCA upgrades exercise equipment

Members of the Clermont Family YMCA are excited about new equipment upgrades made at the branch, located at 2075 James E. Sauls, Senior Drive in Batavia. Over $50,000 worth of new equipment has been purchased to help members reach their health and wellness goals. The new equipment includes a diverging lateral pull down, free weight [ Read More ]

Tri-State Counties fare poorly in national health rankings

A county-by-county look at health and health determinants indicates that in Ohio, Warren County is the healthiest county in the Greater Cincinnati region while Adams County is the least healthy. In Kentucky, Boone County ranks among the healthiest and Gallatin County among the least healthy. The fifth annual County Health Rankings was released today by [ Read More ]

Blood drive to be held in Goshen

Goshen High School has partnered with Hoxworth Blood Center, University of Cincinnati to host a Community Blood Drive from 2 – 7:30 p.m. Thursday, April 17. The blood drive will take place in the Auxiliary Gym, located at 6707 Goshen Rd. To schedule your appointment, please call Hoxworth Blood Center at (513) 451-0910. Hoxworth recognizes that [ Read More ]

Ferguson to celebrate 100 years March 29

Opal Ferguson’s family would like to acknowledge her 100th birthday, March 29, and the Blessings, Love and Enjoyment she has provided all these years. She has created wonderful loving memories that will be shared for many years to come with her Children, Grandchildren, Great grandchildren, other members of her family and many friends she has [ Read More ]

Local students invited to Teen Driving Summit

Clermont County Safe Communities, operated by Ohio State University Extension Clermont County, will host the annual Teen Driving Summit on April 25 at the Clermont County Fairgrounds’ 4-H Hall, 1000 Locust Street, Owensville. Clermont County high school students are invited to attend the event from 9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. to learn about traffic safety [ Read More ]

Amelia man wins $5 million

A resident of Amelia beat the 1:2.3 million odds and won a top prize. Harry Fontaine won a $5 million prize after scratching the Ohio Lottery’s $100,000,000 Mega Fortune instant game. A top prize, paid as $250,000 a year for 20 years, Fontaine chose the annuity. After mandatory federal and state taxes totaling 29 percent, [ Read More ]

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