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Local author pens children’s books

By Megan Alley Sun staff By day, Braden Moore, 24, of Amelia, is the store manager at the CVS in Loveland. Off the clock, he’s a devoted family man who relishes his roles of husband and father, with a son age 8 and a daughter age 4. Moore has also earned the title of ‘author,’ [ Read More ]

Goshen administrator retires

By Kelly Cantwell Editor Goshen Township’s administrator and zoning inspector are both retiring in January. Lou Ethridge, who was the administrator for a year, retired on Jan. 8. Over the holidays, Ethridge realized he was missing out on enjoying his retirement with his wife and his family, said Fire and EMS Chief Steve Pegram in [ Read More ]

Goshen officer recognized

By Kelly Cantwell Editor A Goshen Township Police Officer was recently recognized by Chief Rick Combs for his work singlehandedly arresting a robber and for leading the department in drug investigations and arrests in 2015. Officer Cody Collier, of Union Township who has worked for the department for three years, is thankful for the award [ Read More ]

New Richmond to apply for sewer loan

By Megan Alley Sun staff The New Richmond Village Council approved a resolution to submit a loan application to finance the village’s pending sewer expansion project, during its meeting on Jan. 12. The deadline for the loan application to the Ohio Water Development Agency is Feb. 15. The council waived a normal requirement that resolutions [ Read More ]

Board approves runway expansion

By Megan Alley Sun staff The Clermont County Transportation Improvement District trustees approved a 1,400 feet runway extension at the Clermont County Airport during their meeting on Jan. 15. The runway will be extended to 5,000 feet, which will allow jet engine airplanes to land at the airport, located at 2001 Sportys Drive in Batavia. [ Read More ]

Amelia boy fights rare disease

By Kelly Cantwell Editor Shannon Russell knew when her son was born that something wasn’t right. However Ivan Nebolsky, who will celebrate his second birthday on Feb. 8, was not diagnosed until December 2015 after Dr. Andrew Burrow, of Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, was able to do a new, high tech genetic testing on [ Read More ]

ODE releases part one of report cards

By Kelly Cantwell Editor The Ohio Department of Education released part one of the 2015 report cards on Jan. 14, which shows graduation rates, K-3 Literacy and Prepared for Success. Typically the report card data is released much sooner after the school year ends and is released all at once. The ODE will release part [ Read More ]

Healthcare sign up low in rural Ohio

By Kelly Cantwell Editor Only 21 percent of those eligible for Affordable Care Act health care in rural areas have signed up since open enrollment began Nov. 1. While Ohioans who live in cities are signing up at the same rate or higher than in previous years, rural Ohioans have not been. As the end [ Read More ]

Milford seeks public input on park plan

By Megan Alley Sun staff Milford city officials presented updates on Riverside and Memorial Parks during the Jan. 5 council meeting. Lisa Evans, councilwoman and Community Development Committee member, presented the activities from the committee’s meeting on Dec.15. During that meeting, Jay Stewart, of Kleingers Group, presented a first draft of the Master Plan for [ Read More ]

Moscow welcomes new council members

By Megan Alley Sun staff The village of Moscow council welcomed two new members during its meeting on Jan. 7. Debra Roark was elected to the council in November, and Beth Nevel was appointed by the council to fill the seat left vacant by Brenda Jones, whose resignation took effect at the end of December. [ Read More ]

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