News Archive

Three Milford students facing charges in juvenile court

Three Milford freshmen are facing charges in relation to an incident described as bullying, in which some sort of sexual behavior is alleged. Last week, three members of the Milford freshman basketball team allegedly committed some sort of assault on a fourth member of the team after the last game of the season.

Law enforcement turns out to support deputies at sentencing

More than 60 law enforcement officers from around the county were in court last week to show their support for two Clermont County deputies who were injured in the line of duty last year. The perpetrator of the assault, Larry Armacost, was due for sentencing in the incident, which started as a noise complaint and ended with two deputies seriously injured.

Commissioner candidates participate in forum

Five candidates running for Clermont County commissioner participated in a forum held on the U.C. Clermont college campus Feb. 7. The two-hour candidate forum, which was sponsored by the college and the Clermont County League of Women Voters, was attended by approximately 175 people and included Democrat Theresa Conover, Republican Ed Humphrey, Republican incumbent Mary Walker, Democrat Alex Lambros, and Republican Archie Wilson.

Batavia students chosen have been for the Land of Grant honor band

Eleven excellent musicians from the Batavia High School and seven from the middle school auditioned for and were chosen to perform in this year’s Land of Grant Honor Band. The Land of Grant Honor Band is a four-county honors band that performs a special community concert at the beginning of every school year.

Carroll children to remain in grandmother’s custody

The children of convicted murderers Liz and David Carroll will temporarily remain in the custody of David Carroll’s mother Debra Hounshell. Clermont County Juvenile Court judge Stephanie Wyler handed down the custody decision regarding the children of Liz and David Carroll in a courtroom hearing Jan. 28.

Storm knocks down part of a storage building in Williamsburg

Strong winds stemming from a thunderstorm last week left portions of one Williamsburg area business scattered across a field. Creager Storage, an indoor storage service for large items like boats and campers, lost a large portion of one of the main buildings last week when straight-line winds literally lifted it up and set it down in a nearby field.

Batavia Township, village honor cemetery workers

The Batavia Township Board of Trustees shared the stage in a joint meeting Tuesday night with the Village of Batavia in a joint gathering, which in part was held to discuss the jointly-operated Batavia Union Cemetery. Honored during the meeting were former cemetery workers Butch and Charlene Castle, as well as cartographer Bud Lung.

Public gets a look at corridor study

Clermont County residents are having their say regarding the State Route 32 Corridor Study. The Clermont County Engineer’s Office, the Clermont County Transportation Improvement District (CCTID), and M.E. Companies Inc. offered two open houses last week to provide all concerned parties and stakeholders a chance to get involved in the very beginning stages of the proposed corridor.

Reward being offered in New Richmond drug store robbery

The village of New Richmond and Purdue Pharma are offering a $1,000 reward for information leading to the arrest of the person who robbed the Berry Pharmacy last month. New Richmond Police Chief David Willoughby said that the department is following several leads and tips, but no arrests have been made as of yet.

Storm tears through Bethel

The village of Bethel is recovering from damage caused by a storm Tuesday evening. The nature of the damage was still being assessed the morning after, as were the conditions that caused it. According to Village Administrator Michael Shiverski, the cause of the village’s woe could have been anything from a strong wind to something possibly worse.


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