Amelia Village Halloween Decorating Contest winners are, from left, Eric Kuhl-1st place, Joe Williams-2nd place, and Megan Cox-3rd place.
On Nov. 8, 120 ninth and tenth graders from Bethel-Tate High School attended a performance of Romeo and Juliet at the Cincinnati Shakespeare Company. Traditionally, ninth graders read Romeo and Juliet aloud in class and watch the 1968 movie version starring Olivia Hussey. The English teachers interpret the play as it’s being read in class [ Read More ]
Cora (nee Cory) Keller has signed a music-publishing contract with Next Century Music of Nashville, Tenn. Cora is a graduate of Batavia elementary and middle schools in the 1990s 2004 graduate of Ripley-Union-Huntington-Lewis High School where as a sophomore she performed the leading female role in the school musical. This cemented her desire to follow [ Read More ]
Allison Humbert of Clermont Northeastern High School has been honored as the November Student of the Month by the Batavia Rotary Club. “Allison is a wonderful example of a student who strives to develop her talents and meet her strongest potential,” said John Eckert, CNE High School Principal. “She is a great student.” Humbert was [ Read More ]
The League for Animal Welfare will be holding its annual Holiday Party from 5-9 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 1. This fund raising event will be held at The Oasis Conference Center at 902 Loveland-Miamiville Road Loveland, OH 45140 and will include a buffet dinner, silent auction, hand -made items for sale and live entertainment from Emerson [ Read More ]
Noah Kyle Puckett was born at 6:42 a.m. Oct. 7, 2012 to proud parents Adam and Becca Puckett. Noah was 9 lb. 10 oz. and 21 inches long. He was born at Anderson Mercy Hospital.
On Oct. 4, students from The Teacher Academy at Grant Career Center participated in Jumpstart’s Read for the Record, presented in partnership with the Pearson Foundation. Jumpstart’s Read for the Record is an annual reading celebration that highlights the need for quality early education in America by mobilizing adults and children to set a record [ Read More ]
Director of Ohio’s Dept of Rehabilitation & Correction travels to Clermont County to hear about best practices and meet with community leaders Accepting an invitation from the Mental Health Advocacy Coalition (MHAC), Director Gary Mohr of the Ohio Department of Rehabilitation & Correction (ODRC) recently traveled to Cincinnati to give the keynote address at the [ Read More ]
The New Richmond Lions Marching Band’s Winter Craft and Activity Fair that will take place at the high school from 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. Dec. 8 has attracted more than 70 vendors. The NRHS marching band, which is approaching 100 members, is raising money to buy new uniforms to replace the band’s current 30-year-old [ Read More ]
Grant Career Center recently held the First Quarter Attendance and Awards Assembly where students were recognized for achievements during the first quarter. Students received Perfect Attendance Awards and Honor Roll Certificates for their efforts. The Top Performers in each program were also announced for the first quarter. Instructors select Top Performers each quarter by using [ Read More ]