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CAN: Promoting healthy learners ready for success

Child Focus Early Learning Programs has long recognized the vital role optimal health plays in overall development. Providing rich learning experiences designed to help children achieve mastery of developmental milestones is integrated in daily programming for children. Ongoing assessments allow monitoring of children’s progress and interventions when developmental concerns arise. When health issues go unidentified [ Read More ]

LEAD Clermont introduces the Class of 2018, featuring more than 500 graduates

Representatives from 23 Clermont County business, education, healthcare, governmental and nonprofit organizations will participate in the LEAD Classic Clermont Class of 2018, which kicked off its leadership development journey with a networking event attended by dozens of the program’s alumni. With more than 500 graduates, LEAD Clermont offers an eleven-month series of leadership classes and [ Read More ]

Owensville local earns scholarship

The Peoples Bank Foundation, Inc., a nonprofit corporation formed to make donations in Peoples Bank market areas, has awarded scholarships to 27 high school graduates totaling $26,000. Recipients were selected from the bank’s market areas throughout Ohio, West Virginia and Kentucky. Maggie Bierman of Owensville, Ohio received a $500 Robert E. Evans Scholarship. Bierman is [ Read More ]

U.S. Marine John Neal at the Clermont County Fair

John Neal, a Marine who was at Iwo Jima during the war, in attendance at the Clermont County Fair, where WWII veterans were honored by former Commissioner Bob Proud. Congressman Brad Wenstrup was also in attendance as the keynote speaker.

Milford is recognized as one of Ohio’s BEST hometowns in Ohio Magazine’s 12th annual Ohio’s Best Hometowns issue

In the Nov. issue of Ohio Magazine, Milford will be recognized as one of five best hometowns in the publication’s 12th annual Ohio’s Best Hometowns issue. Ohio Magazine selected Milford because of its strong sense of community, vibrant business district and scenic location along the Little Miami River. Ohio Magazine also recognizes four other communities [ Read More ]

Everyday Games participates in small business market expo

Summer Tyler and Amara Cole of Everyday Games will be participating in the “SCORE Small Biz Market”. Tyler and her 10-year old granddaughter, Amara, will be demonstrating a prototype of their first board game “Elements” which they hope to have in production in mid 2018. The Greater Cincinnati SCORE, the small business mentoring organization for [ Read More ]

CCHS to host a meeting on Aug. 18 discussing ‘Ohio National Freedom Corridor’

“Ohio National Freedom Corridor” by Greg Roberts, of Historic New Richmond Historical Society at 7:30 pm. The meeting is held at Clermont College, McDonough Room 105, 4300 Clermont College Drive, Batavia. Drive around to the back parking lot, go left to the entrance below the “green house”, The Clermont County Historical Society office, archives and [ Read More ]

NR: Community dinner and school supplies Aug. 10

Come to the New Richmond, OH Community Spaghetti Dinner. This free dinner with all the appropriate Italian sides is offered free by the New Richmond Area Ministries to all residents in the area. Plus since many local New Richmond families need help getting school supplies for this coming school year, we are going to offer [ Read More ]

Creature Feature:
What exactly is Feline Leukemia Virus and can you tell me about it?

ANSWER: Feline Leukemia Virus is the causative agent of the most frequent fatal disease complex of cats. Infection probably occurs primarily by ingestion of the virus, which is present in the saliva, respiratory secretions, feces, and urine. Transfer across the placenta to unborn kittens and through the mother’s milk are also known to occur. The [ Read More ]

Riverdays is coming to New Richmond

Small Town America…is still the “Real Thing” Small towns appear to be disappearing, when in fact they are “alive & well in America”. Technology and easy access to global information has provided the means to promote and expose our town to the region, the country and the world. Small towns all over the USA represent [ Read More ]

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