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Mulberry Elementary honored for new program

By Kelly Cantwell Editor Mulberry Elementary School was honored on Dec. 1 for their successful implementation of a new Ohio Department of Education program. Mulberry, along with 21 other Ohio schools, were honored during the Ohio Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports Showcase. PBIS is a policy intended to promote evidence-based behavioral interventions, which the ODE [ Read More ]

Milford students unhappy with exam changes

By Kelly Cantwell Editor Milford High School changed its end-of-semester exam policy recently, leading to students speaking out against the change at the Nov. 19 board of education meeting. Riley Tovornik, a student, feels one of the leading causes of stress in high school is exams, which are typically a “make it or break it” [ Read More ]

Jones resigns from Moscow council

By Megan Alley Sun staff Village of Moscow residents are invited to apply for a position on the village council that will be vacated with the resignation of Brenda Jones, who is moving to Withamsville. Jones’s resignation will take effect at the end of December. “Once the seat is officially vacated, council will have 30 [ Read More ]

Christmas Walk very successful

By Kelly Cantwell Editor The candles lining the streets and the Christmas lights on the lampposts and trees gave the village of Williamsburg’s Main Street a pleasant glow during this year’s Trains of Williamsburg Christmas Walk. The walk on Dec. 4 was one of the most successful walks the village has had, said Terri Ousley, [ Read More ]

Bethel celebrates the season with down home Christmas

By Megan Alley Sun staff The village of Bethel’s 13th annual Down Home Christmas Celebration, which took place Dec. 5, had a great turnout this year, according to officials. “It went really well,” said Mayor Alan Ausman. “We had great weather, and a lot of people were out and about.” Kids and adults gathered at [ Read More ]

Government officials speak at Chamber legislative event

By Kelly Cantwell Editor A Clermont Chamber of Commerce legislative breakfast on Dec. 3 gave attendees a chance to talk to their state elected officials about questions and concerns. Rep. John Becker, Rep. Doug Green and Sen. Joe Uecker were all given the chance to speak at the beginning and then attendees participated in a [ Read More ]

Clermont has high rates of deer collisions

By Caroline Kerber Sun intern Clermont County is considered a deer crash hotspot in Ohio, based on 2014 data. In 2014, there were 481 reported deer collisions in the county. Clermont is currently ranked eighth out of 12 counties for highest number of deer/car crashes, Matt Bruning, Press Secretary of Ohio Department of Transportation said. [ Read More ]

Union Twp. arrest yields cash and marijuana

By Megan Alley Sun staff Police officers from Union Township seized marijuana and cash during a drug arrest on Dec. 1. A clerk from Motel Beechmont, located at 3960 9 Mile Road, called the Union Township Police Department to report suspicious activity. Officers Scott Marshall and Terry Kresser responded, and the two officers found and [ Read More ]

Wanted man indicted

By Kelly Cantwell Editor The man wanted by the Clermont County Sheriff’s Office who was found in Kentucky was indicted on Dec. 3. David Ford, 38, is charged with three counts of rape, one count of felonious assault and one count of aggravated burglary, all first degree felonies, with a specification that he is a [ Read More ]

Goshen adds STEM program

By Kelly Cantwell Editor Some seventh, eighth and ninth grade students are designing and building rather than completing worksheets in Goshen Middle and High School’s new science, technology, engineering and math program. The high school started using a national program called Project Lead the Way. The middle school students are in the Gateway section and [ Read More ]

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