Volunteer broadcaster Mr. C (Paul Carlson) welcomes Cub Scout Pack #116 to the WOBO 88.7 FM studios for a tour.
David Huey, Grand Chancellor of the Knights of Pythias Lodge, was present at the lodge meeting, to present two members with their 50-year pins and certificates. Front row from left are Bob Parker, Bob Willis, Arlie Root; back row are Jim Johnston, David Huey, Jim Brown, and Walt Carter.
To commemorate Confederate General John Hunt Morgan’s 13-day raid of Ohio and the role of the Union pursuers in the historic clash 150 years ago this July, the Ohio Historical Society has established the John Hunt Morgan Heritage Trail. The trail is a 561 mile self-guided driving tour tracing Morgan’s route through 17 Ohio counties. [ Read More ]
At the recent business meeting of the Moscow Alumni Association, Alumni President Jim Hackney announced plans for the last Moscow ‘Yellow Jacket’ yearbook. Since the Moscow village is preparing for their bi-centennial, ‘the Alumni Committee decided to get involved,’ says Hackney. This book will be spiral bound, size 8 1/2 by 11, and will feature [ Read More ]
Clermont Senior Services hosted a charity murder mystery “Whodunit” dinner June 6. Proceeds support programs such as Transportation, Meals-on-Wheels, Home Care, Adult Day Services and much more. Presented by Superior Home Care and National Bank & Trust, “Crime & Pun-ishment,” an award winning 1920’s gangster-land murder mystery, is set in Mafia Don Lou Zar’s Speakeasy, [ Read More ]
After 39 of service to Grant Career Center, Superintendent Kenneth Morrison has announced his plans to retire in July 2013. Morrison started his career with the U.S. Grant Joint Vocational School District in 1974 as the director of the newly formed vocational school district in the southern portion of rural Clermont County. He directed the [ Read More ]
On June 5 and 6, 33 eighth grade students joined the staff at Grant Career Center for a fun, activity-filled Summer Career Experience. The Summer Career Experience was open to all students finishing the eighth grade from Bethel-Tate, Felicity-Franklin, New Richmond, and Williamsburg school districts. Students arrived early and were ready to head out into [ Read More ]
The Williamsburg Harmony Hill Association will sponsor a program about “The Travels of the Grant Birthplace,” at 2 p.m. Saturday, June 29. The program will be presented by Greg Roberts. After Grant’s death in 1885 the U.S. Grant Birthplace became an iconic shrine to the famous general and 18th president. Hundreds of thousands of people [ Read More ]
State Representative Doug Green (R-Mt. Orab) invited Sherylene Crocker, Dawn Mitchell and Lois Mitchell to the Statehouse in Columbus, Ohio to discuss how the American Cancer Society Relay for Life of Clermont County is helping cancer patients and families in his district. Crocker is a survivor of cancer and has gone through many years of [ Read More ]
Mercy Health, which provides quality care with compassion in your neighborhood through its network of care, announces that it has awarded a number of scholarships to help talented students embark on their college careers. “The Medical Staff of Mercy Health – Anderson and Clermont hospitals strongly supports the communities surrounding the hospital,” said Jeff Graham, [ Read More ]