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Milford hires city manager

Brian Behrman Sun intern After going over 44 resumes submitted from across the country and conducting interviews with the best possible candidates, Milford City Council has hired Michael Doss to the vacant city manager position. Doss currently serves as the city administrator of Buckhannon, W.Va. and has previously held two city manager positions in Chandler, [ Read More ]

New initiative hopes to better county

By Kelly Cantwell Editor Clermont County has a new group working to improve the county, which launched with an event on April 14. The event launching Connect Clermont was held at American Modern. Bob Pautke, secretary of Connect Clermont, began the evening. Only three things occur naturally in organizations: friction, confusion and underperformance. Everything else [ Read More ]

New engineering program at CNE

By Martha Jacob Sun staff Clermont Northeastern School District has been chosen to become one of three districts in Ohio to participate in an innovative new program called Engineer Your World. Engineer Your World is a student-centered high school curriculum that engages learners in authentic engineering experiences. CNE High School Principal TJ Glassmeyer and Superintendent [ Read More ]

Obscenity case involving students under investigation

By Kelly Cantwell Editor The Union Township Police are investigating a case involving Glen Este High School students. The offense is pandering obscenity involving a minor, according to the offense report. Neither the police department or the high school could speak about details of the case, as it is under investigation. Nine juveniles and two [ Read More ]

County Commissioners take action on delinquent bills

By Martha Jacob Sun staff The Clermont County Commissioners approved a resolution to take action against customers who are delinquent in their water or sewer bills, or both, during the April 6 board meeting. The commissioners listened as Administrator Stephen Rabolt explained why the action was necessary. People who have water and/or sewer service who [ Read More ]

Local girl honored by trustees

From left, trustee James Sauls, Jr., Fiscal officer Jennifer Haley, American Heritage Girls member Victoria Phelps and trustees Bill Dowdney and Randy Perry pose for photos at the April 4, 2016 trustee meeting. The trustees recognized Phelps for raising money and building two swings. Phelps said she decided to build the swings because it would [ Read More ]

Agency helping local animals of abuse

By Martha Jacob Sun staff In 2013, an organization called Joseph’s Legacy got its start in Middletown, Ohio and has spent the last three years trying to help animals in need everywhere. Whether the animal is in a shelter and needs a new home or is in need of medical care, volunteers with Joseph’s Legacy, [ Read More ]

Circus coming to New Richmond

By Megan Alley Sun staff Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls, children of all ages – the circus is coming to the village of New Richmond. The Kelly Miller Circus, which was founded in 1938 and boasts the title of second largest big-top show in the country, will roll into the Spencer Park Aviary & [ Read More ]

Grant adds adult cosmetology program

By Kelly Cantwell Editor Grant Career Center is starting an adult cosmetology program in August. The idea came after GCC renovated the cosmetology lab the summer of 2015. The new lab, in addition to being modern, also expanded options for students because it is like a spa and gives students a better idea of what [ Read More ]

Community crews keep Clermont clean

By Megan Alley Sun staff Spring is here, and with it comes the time honored tradition of spring cleaning – all are invited to participate in this year’s Spring Litter Clean-Up on April 23. The environmental clean-up, which will take place the day after Earth Day, is coordinated by the East Fork Watershed Collaborative and [ Read More ]

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