Seasonal flu shots are available at many locations in the area. The Clermont County General Health District will offer them at a drive-thru clinic from 9:30 – 11:30 a.m Saturday, Sept. 19 at the Clermont County Fairgrounds.
The Bethel Lions Club is sponsoring a free concert in the Burke Park Pavillion at 7 p.m. Sept. 26 featuring the Kinner Express band. Bring lawn chairs and come out and enjoy the evening in the park.
The Union Township Board of Trustees will present its last concert of the season at 7 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 19 at the amphitheater with the Clermont Philharmonic Orchestra offering the sounds of South of The Border.
Two area men died instantly in a single-vehicle crash on state Route 232 Thursday, Sept. 11. The 1994 Dodge truck, driven by James Koehler, 23, of New Richmond, was headed west on state Route 232 just outside Bethel at approximately at 9:17 p.m.
Union Township officials held a public hearing for a zoning case during their business meeting Tuesday, Sept. 8. Zoning director Cory Wright presented information to the board about the redevelopment proposal for the Shell Oil station located at 4832 Elick Lane.
On March 21, 1859 the first congregation of Moscow Church of Christ was formed and dedicated themselves to each other and to the Lord and became known as the Church of Christ in Moscow.
Clermont County officials welcomed Joseph Jeffcott home from active duty in Iraq Wednesday, Sept. 9 during the weekly meeting of the Clermont County Commissioners. Jeffcott, a United States Naval Reserve Gunner’s Mate 1st Class, returned from a 10-month deployment at the end of July.
The Bethel-Tate Board of Education invited a number of residents from the school district to an informal meeting on Thursday, Sept. 10, to respond to their questions and receive some feedback from them. School board member David Brannock reminded the group that twice during the past year the board had tried to get a levy passed for operational needs for the district and met with failure both times.
The Sixth Annual Taste of Clermont was held Sept. 11 – 13 at a new location this year. The event was moved from downtown Batavia to the parking area directly behind the Eastgate Mall in order to allow for more booths and more rides. On Friday night, three judges spent some time sampling a variety of food offered by Clermont County restaurants.
During the current economic crisis and with the health care industry in turmoil, the Veterans Administration is offering veterans an alternative to meet all their health care needs. A new VA Medical Center Clinic opened its doors Sept. 1 and doctors, nurses and administrators are now meeting the health care needs of more than 3,300 veterans at the facility.