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Festival Chorale is recruiting new singers

Clermont County, Ohio’s only community chorus is beginning its new season, preparing a series of concerts entitled “In the Good Ol’ Summertime.”  All interested singers are invited to join us!  The choir has previously performed at Summerfair, May Festival at Music Hall, Frontier Days in Milford, and were a main event in last summer’s Miami [ Read More ]

Sheriff’s Office seeks any information concerning an Amelia robbery suspect

A man committed a theft at the United Dairy Farmers located at routes 125 amd 132 in Amelia around 9 p.m. Feb. 1. The suspect distracted the store clerk, grabbed multiple cigarette packs off the counter, and fled from the store. The clerk observed a silver colored Ford Focus or VW type of car with [ Read More ]

Career Center engineering design students start at UC

The Grant Career Center junior Engineering Design class started the new semester with a new college course added to their list of things to accomplish in 2014. Eleven students are currently enrolled in the University of Cincinnati Clermont College Advanced CAD class with a very familiar instructor. Their teacher of record is none other than [ Read More ]

Hale named rotary Student of the Month

Rebecca Hale was honored as the December Student of the Month by the Batavia Rotary Club. Hale’s willingness to serve her school and community fits the Rotary motto, “Service Above Self.” Hale is a student at Batavia High School. She is currently enrolled in the Digital Arts and Design Program at Live Oaks Career and [ Read More ]

Portman to be Lincoln Day Dinner guest

The Clermont County Republican Party has announced that U.S. Senator Rob Portman has agreed to be a guest at our Lincoln Day Dinner to be held on Friday Feb. 28 at the Holiday Inn Eastgate. Reservations are $50 and can be made by sending a check to the Clermont County Republican Party P.O. Box 740 [ Read More ]

Milford mayor, vice mayor selected, take oath of office

At the Jan. 7 Milford City Council meeting, Council members Amy Brewer, Lisa Evans and Laurie Howland were sworn-in to new, four year terms by Law Director Mike Minniear. Ms. Brewer, Ms. Evans and Ms. Howland were reelected by the residents in the November election. Also during the meeting, City Council unanimously selected Laurie Howland [ Read More ]

Gaslight auditions to be held

The Gaslight Theater Players have announce new audition dates and times. The players are having a busy year and are presenting a farce of sorts that will have patrons rolling in their seats. The players are holding auditions for the spring show from 2 – 5 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 8 and Saturday, Feb. 15. They [ Read More ]

Clermont Chamber board members take oath of office

Four community leaders have joined the Clermont Chamber Board of Directors. New board members are Stewart Greenlee, CEO of CenterBank; Bill Lyon, Owner of The Lyon Group; Linda Pilon, Partner/CPA at Kamphaus Henning & Hood CPAs Inc.; Jeff Weir, Superintendent at Clermont County Educational Service Center. “The Chamber board focused on adding strength and experience [ Read More ]

NREVSD sets closing and delay temperatures

Just how cold does it have to be before New Richmond schools close or go on a delayed start? That temperature with wind chill factored in has been established at -18 degrees. “We are using the Wind Chill Chart from the National Weather Service to determine whether to close/delay” said Supt. Adam Bird. “NREVSD will [ Read More ]

Funding available through NRCS

Area farmers and forest landowners can apply now for funding assistance to help install conservation practices that reduce nutrient and sediment runoff and improve water quality. Funding is available through three separate programs run by the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS). Through Feb. 7, farmers in all areas can enroll in [ Read More ]


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