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Goshen resident recognized for helping catch a robber

By Martha Jacob Sun staff Goshen Interim Police Chief Bobby Rose took an opportunity at the March 22 township meeting to pay tribute to resident Nicholas Fahey for his quick actions which led to the apprehension of a robber. On March 19, Fahey was walking towards Smokes and Things, on Dick Flynn Blvd., when he [ Read More ]

Man allegedly causes fatal crash

By Kelly Cantwell Editor An Amelia man is accused of aggravated vehicular homicide after allegedly causing an accident on March 20. Cory Lippmeier, 35, was driving a 2008 Dodge Caliber eastbound on Interstate 275 at 9:30 p.m. when he rear-ended a 2003 Pontiac Grand Am at the 73 milepost, driven by Scott Petredis, 41 of [ Read More ]

Crash on 32 involves fatality

By Kelly Cantwell Editor A March 24 crash on state Route 32 killed a Union Township man. Frank Shockley III, 36, was driving a 1987 Chevrolet Monte Carlo east on state Route 32 at about 8:30 a.m. when he drove over the center median and stuck a 2001 Hyundai Elantra, driven by Katelyn Horn, 27 [ Read More ]

Milford man’s body recovered from river

By Kelly Cantwell Editor A Milford man was recently identified as the victim of a car falling into the Ohio River off of the Combs-Hehl Bridge. The Campbell County Coroner identified David Bouma, of Milford, as the man whose car fell of the Combs-Hehl Bridge on March 15 at about 4:30 p.m. The cause of [ Read More ]

Students make prosthetic arm

By Kelly Cantwell Editor Four Milford High School students are making a 3D printed prosthetic arm for an 8-year-old girl named Hope. The students tested the third model of the prosthetic on March 24 for Hope, who was born with only part of her arm. Her arm goes to just below her elbow. “This has [ Read More ]

Event put on to inspire, inform

By Kelly Cantwell Editor More than 100 people attended the Clermont County Community Meeting on March 24, a meeting that the organizer wanted to be a “call to action” for attendees. Beth Bullock, founder of Brave Choices, got the idea to hold a community meeting from Bethel’s Police Chief Mark Planck. The goal for the [ Read More ]

The Bookworm Sez
Novel shows losing isn’t always a bad thing

You are the best kid… at something. You can run the fastest. You can jump the highest. You’re the best skipper, the best hopper or the best dancer. But what if there was somebody better than you? See what might happen in “The Quickest Kid in Clarksville ” by Pat Zietlow Miller, illustrated by Frank [ Read More ]

Milford overpaid by Medicaid

By Kelly Cantwell Editor A recent report by the Ohio Auditor’s Office found that the Milford Exempted Village School District was overpaid by Ohio Medicaid. “We found the provider was overpaid by ODM for services rendered between July 1, 2011 and June 30, 2014 in the amount of $22,192.72. This finding plus interest in the [ Read More ]

New Richmond BOE says keep control local

By Martha Jacob Sun staff The New Richmond Board of Education hopes a recent resolution passed will encourage the state to keep control of the district within the district. During its March 21 board meeting, members of the New Richmond Exempted Village Local School District Board of Education passed a resolution seeking input on granting [ Read More ]

Clermont Sun Publishing purchases three newspapers

The Clermont Sun Publishing Company recently purchased the News Democrat and Ripley Bee in Brown County and the People’s Defender in Adams County, all from Civitas Media. The Sunday News Democrat and Brown County Press will merge into one newspaper, while the other newspapers will continue to publish as before. The sale will bring six [ Read More ]

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