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Bethel school board to discuss future funding

The Bethel-Tate Board of Education held a special meeting Monday, Jan. 25 to discuss plans for an all-day planning retreat session. The session will focus on the financial needs of the district, the pay-to-participate program, open enrollment and staffing concerns.

New Amelia fiscal officer steps down

It was announced during the Amelia Council meeting on Monday, Jan. 18 that the recently hired fiscal officer, Steve Force, has resigned from the position. Force was hired by council Jan. 4 of this year and only worked a few days when he decided that the job wasn’t for him.

More than 50 face drug charges after Goshen bust

More than 100 drug related charges are expected after an eight-month long drug trafficking investigation in Goshen Township. Many of those cases have already been indicted, and more are expected as cases are considered by the grand jury over the next three Wednesdays.

Destination Artists set for Jan. 30-31 in New Richmond

The Village of New Richmond will play host to a number of Cincinnati area artists during Destination Artists, scheduled for 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 30 and Sunday, Jan. 31. The fourth annual event will feature the paintings of world renowned wildlife artist John Ruthven. His work can be viewed at Abacus Business Service located 320 Sycamore Street in New Richmond.

Moeller arrested for impersonating a police officer, stopping motorists

A Milford man was arrested for allegedly attempting to pull over motorists on the exit ramp from I-275 to Beechmont Avenue approximately 9:30 p.m. Monday, Jan. 18. According to Union Township police, he used his vehicle, a blue Jeep Liberty, to force the drivers to stop.

Moscow man charged with voter fraud

The Clermont County Board of Elections has turned over information to the prosecutor’s office in a possible voter fraud case regarding the Moscow Village Council race. After a recount held Dec. 3, 2009, the board of elections determined that Terry Gorth of Wells Street in Moscow voted twice in the Nov. 3, 2009 election.

County Commissioner returns from trip-of-a-lifetime to the Middle East

Families in Clermont County gathered around their Christmas trees and opened presents on Christmas morning but Clermont County Commissioner Bob Proud spent a non-traditional kind of Christmas day riding a camel in Egypt. Proud arrived in Doha, Qatar at the invitation of his friend and former Clermont County Clerk of Court David Caudill, just in time for their annual National Day Parade.

Area seniors invited to luncheon

The United Methodist Women of Emmanuel Methodist Church are planning several community events beginning with a free Senior Citizen Luncheon from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 30. Seniors are invited to bring a friend to this event.

Neglected horses are improving

The four surviving thoroughbred horses, along with a donkey and a miniature horse, taken from a Bethel farm Dec. 28 in an alleged animal cruelty case, are eating well, their energy is returning, and they are getting frisky, according to veterinarian Dr. Brenda Specht.

United Way providing ways to help in Haiti

The United Way is providing ways to help Haiti through United Way Worldwide. Individuals, companies and organizations interested in helping people affected by the earthquake in Haiti with a monetary donation can donate through the United Way Worldwide Disaster Fund.

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