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Wenstrup tours CASC, talks to clients

By Megan Alley Sun staff The names of the Community Alternative Sentencing Center clients mentioned in this story have been altered to protect their identities. Clients of the Community Alternative Sentencing Center delivered rave reviews about the program to Rep. Brad Wenstrup when he toured the facility on July 27. “As far as this program [ Read More ]

167th county fair a success

By Kelly Cantwell Editor The 167th Clermont County Fair was a success, despite facing 116 degree weather the first day and five inches of rain throughout the week. “The fair went great considering what weather we had,” said Director Dan Hodges. The fair’s gate numbers were not the highest the fair has seen in the [ Read More ]

Man charged in child’s death

By Kelly Cantwell Editor A Loveland man was arrested after his 4-month-old daughter was found dead. Charles Crawford, 25, reported Kaylynn missing on July 31 around 8:52 p.m. He told the Loveland Police Department that she was abducted from his car at Dollar General on Loveland Madeira Road, according to the police report. Crawford was [ Read More ]

Milford City Council discusses fire levy renewal, increase

By Kelly Cantwell Editor Milford’s 12.5-mill fire levy is up for renewal soon, and the Chief Mark Baird hopes to get approval from the Milford City Council to ask for an additional 1.5-mills. The current levy, which makes up about 90 percent of the department’s annual budget, expires in December 2016. The department has been [ Read More ]

Mt. Carmel Brewing owner speaks to Chamber

By Kelly Cantwell Editor Mt. Carmel Brewing Company owners Mike and Kathleen Dewey spoke to the Clermont Chamber of Commerce on July 20 as part of the chamber’s Breakfast Forum series. Mike Dewey told the chamber about how he and his wife, Kathleen, started the company and built it up to where it is today. [ Read More ]

Mold counts up this year

By Megan Alley Sun staff Fungi such as shelf fungi and Cladosporium that flourish in this region during the summertime could leave many residents sniffling and sneezing. Shelf, or bracket, fungi produce fruiting bodies called conks that are often shaped like shelves, brackets or circles; the fungi is often found on trees, both living and [ Read More ]

Mobile veterinary clinic rolls out

By Megan Alley Sun staff The League for Animal Welfare’s new mobile veterinary clinic is helping treat homeless animals throughout the county. The fully equipped mobile clinic, which is 26 feet long, was purchased earlier this year as part of the league’s new community outreach program. Currently, the mobile clinic is staffed by a veterinarian, [ Read More ]

TQL attempts second world record

By Kelly Cantwell Editor Total Quality Logistics, a freight brokerage firm headquartered in Union Township, attempted to break a second world record on July 21. Participants, which included members of the military and employees of TQL, tried to beat the existing Guinness World Record of 827 people doing sit-ups simultaneously. The event is part of [ Read More ]

New Richmond peacock injured in hit and run

By Megan Alley Sun staff Jacob the peacock, the village of New Richmond’s resident peafowl, is facing an uncertain future after he was struck by a hit and run driver on July 22. At around 9 a.m. that day, Patty Hoagland, who had just dropped off her daughter at a friend’s house and was headed [ Read More ]

Boyd and Seipelt elementary schools near completion

By Kelly Cantwell Editor The end of construction on Boyd E. Smith and Seipelt elementary schools is in sight. The Milford Board of Education approved a resolution to accept funding from the Ohio Facilities Commission to build new versions of both schools on May 16, 2013. On May 2, 2015, the district held two groundbreaking [ Read More ]

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