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Bill and Pat Browning celebrated 50 years of marriage Sept. 30

The couple was married on Sept. 30, 1967, 50 years ago. Their best man and maid of honor at their wedding, Ray and Sue Hicks also just celebrated their 50th anniversary back on May 20th. The top photo was taken in October of 1967. All of them are still together as friends to this day. [ Read More ]

Ohio River Sweep poster contest

Students are invited to design a poster for the 29th annual Ohio River Sweep 2018! Fifteen prizes will be awarded. The grand prize is $500 and the school representing the grand prize winner will also receive an award. A $500 prize will be presented to the student with the winning design for the official Ohio [ Read More ]

Sponsor a child this holiday season

Clermont County Children’s Protective Services (CPS) is hoping to brighten the holidays for the 280 children in its custody – and residents, churches, businesses, and organizations in Clermont County can help. “For years, our generous sponsors of the Community Toy Chest have helped to make Christmas a happier time for our children, most of whom [ Read More ]

Ohio Connections Academy students, others take part in OCA Statewide Picnic Day

More than 900 students, parents and guests from Ohio Connections Academy (OCA), a public K-12 online charter school, recently gathered at 14 different parks and nature reserves across the state for the school’s annual statewide picnic. One of the picnics was held at East Fork State Park in Clermont County where students and teachers took [ Read More ]

Third annual Paddling for a Cause raises monies for DAV

The third annual Paddling for a Cause was held on September 16, 2017. The kayakers started in Utopia, Ohio, and traveled 26 miles down the Ohio River toward Cincinnati. All the proceeds for this event will be donated to Disabled American Veterans (DAV) Chapter #63 (Clermont County). Top photograph: Angie Williams, Chairperson of the 3rd [ Read More ]

Exploring Depression

Nearly everyone has dealt with a life-changing event that brings about feelings of sadness. But some people struggle to enjoy normally happy situations. When these feelings do not go away on their own, they may indicate the presence of depression. Major depression is one of the world’s most common mental disorders. The World Health Organization [ Read More ]

2017 Chilo Chili Cook Off and Fall Fest

The Clermont County Park District is at it again with their 2nd Annual Chilo Chili Cook Off and Fall Fest. This event had its start last year as a fundraiser to support the Park District’s naturalist programs and river museum. Once again, all proceeds will be used for nature education programs, and updates for the [ Read More ]

Williamsburg wedding announcement

John and Angie Herbolt, of Williamsburg are happy to announce the marriage of their son, Richard Herbolt to Kayla Shipley, daughter of Gay Lynn and Robbie Shipley of Winchester. Kayla attended North Adams High School and Shawnee State University. Kayla works as a Physical Therapist Assistant at Ohio Valley Manor. Richard attended Western Brown High [ Read More ]

Payton Dorsey wins $3,000 scholarship

County to hold vehicle auction Sept. 23

Clermont County will auction off more than 100 vehicles and miscellaneous types of equipment on Saturday, Sept. 23. The auction will take place in the rear parking lot of Municipal Court. Bidding begins at 10 a.m on that day. The vehicles include cars, buses, trucks, vans, SUVs, postal vehicles, a motorcycle and a boat. Tractors, [ Read More ]

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