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Seventh Annual Race for Life Event to be held in October

The Warrior Run, a 5K run/walk in Cincinnati’s historic Mariemont Village, will take place Saturday, October 1st, followed by a family-friendly event to raise awareness for mental illness and suicide prevention. The Warrior Run: The Race for Life benefits Surviving the Teens, a Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center program and also funds in-school mental health [ Read More ]

Clermont Chamber to host August Legislative Luncheon

Our quarterly Legislative Luncheons are back!  June 8 marked the date of Ohio becoming the 25th state to approve the use of medical marijuana. With the legalization going into effect in early September, and we know you’ll have questions on how it impacts workplace safety, HR Policies, drug screening, workers’ compensation coverage and costs, unemployment compensation, [ Read More ]

UC Clermont hosting a Day of Racing to benefit scholarships

UC Clermont College is hosting a day of racing to benefit UC Clermont College Student Scholarships. The Kart Race Enduro outing is being held at Motorsports Country Club of Cincinnati in Batavia on Aug. 30 from 11:45 a.m. to 6 p.m. Motorsports Country Club of Cincinnati is a premier kart racing track located at a [ Read More ]

Tennessee Tech to launch multi-state regional tuition discount program

A new admissions program at Tennessee Tech University will grant high school students and other residents of Adams, Brown, Butler, Clermont, Hamilton, Highland and Warren counties in Ohio a substantial tuition reduction. The program, called Eagle’s Reach, will begin this fall. Typically, out-of-state tuition costs about $23,000 a year. The typical tuition rate for a [ Read More ]

Library board to meet Aug. 8

The Clermont County Public Library Board of Trustees will meet in regular session at 6 p.m. Monday, Aug. 8. The meeting will be at the Union Township Branch Library, 4450 Glen Este-Withamsville Road in Eastgate. The public is welcome.

It’s not too late to go to college this fall!

A new semester at Chatfield College begins the week of August 22, and the college is still registering for Fall. The Fall schedule offers a variety of courses in business, computers, education, English, religion, history, psychology, art, public speaking, and many more. During the 15-week semester, each class meets just once a week for 2 [ Read More ]

Batavia’s David McNutt chairing 2016 United Way Campaign in Eastern Area

Batavia resident David C. McNutt, senior vice president and head of Claims, American Modern, is chairing the 2016 United Way of Greater Cincinnati – Eastern Area Campaign. McNutt, who is also serving on the Cabinet for the regional United Way of Greater Cincinnati campaign – chaired by Ted Torbeck, president and chief executive officer of [ Read More ]

Cincinnati Nature Center School Program Manager to study in Namibia

Cincinnati Nature Center School Program Manager, Melissa Sabo, a master’s student in the Global Field Program from Miami University’s Project Dragonfly, will travel to the country of Namibia, located in southwest Africa, on July 23. Sabo will spend three weeks abroad studying ongoing research projects such as radio tracking, cheetah conservation and ecosystem management, as [ Read More ]

Clermont County team attends Ohio Stepping Up summit

Ohio has joined a growing national effort to reduce the number of persons with mental illness who cycle through county jails. State and county officials convened in Columbus recently to learn how the national Stepping Up Initiative is bringing local criminal justice and behavioral health systems together to improve public safety, access to services, and [ Read More ]

Moscow’s Snider to complete internship with The Fatted Calf

Carley Snider, of Moscow, will complete an internship this summer with The Fatted Calf in Magdalena, Mexico. During the internship, Snider will work with children ages 6-18 at Casa Vida y Esperanza, a children’s home, in Magdalena, Sonora, Mexico. She will help children prepare livestock projects for the EXPO Esperanze, a 4-H like “fair” held [ Read More ]

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