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Mercy Medical Center Mt. Orab to host open house

To commemorate the opening of Mercy Medical Center Mt. Orab the Center will open its doors to the public for tours, information and meet the staff. The Open House will be held from 3 – 8 p.m. July 31 at the new medical campus and will include touring the facility, meeting the staff, and viewing the new equipment.

Horse show to be held in Owensville

The Clermont County Chapter of the Ohio Horseman’s Council, in partnership with the Clermont County Friends of the Fair, will be presenting the Clermont County OHC/Friends of Fair Open Horse Show being held Saturday, July 18 at the Clermont County Fairgrounds in Owensville, Ohio.

Fourth of July parade held in Moscow

The village of Moscow held its annual Fourth of July parade on Saturday. Chris Maus, of Moscow, won the trophy for most unique entry with his decorated Case Bobcat. Riding in the scoop are, from left, C.J. Maus, Hannah Maus, Gavin Clark, and Tanner Webb.

Pierce Township honors Kiser’s memory with event

Residents of Pierce Township enjoyed the morning of July 4 with a celebration in the park. The fifth annual Fourth of July celebration was held at the park and featured a Children’s Parade. Pierce Township Police Chief James Smith is one of the organizers for the event.

Farmers Insurance office opened by partners in Milford

Two local insurance agencies formed a partnership officially on Thursday, July 2, to become Farmers Insurance. Keith Clonch, of Clonch Insurance Services and D.J. Justice, of Justice Insurance Agency have joined together to open Farmers Insurance.

Census Bureau gears up for decennial count

On Aug. 2, 1790, a total of 650 enumerators counted 3,929,214 United States residents in 13 states during the first US census. Their report was little more than a head count, but it began a process that has continued every 10 years since 1790. On April 1, 2010, the U. S. Census Bureau will be responsible for the decennial census and they are currently seeking managers to oversee the operation in Clermont County.

Local agencies benefit from small cities grant

During a public hearing on Wednesday, June 24, Clermont County commissioners heard about the proposed 2009 small cities formula allocation program application for the county. Jim Taylor, the grant coordinator from the Department of Community Planning and Development, explained the disbursement details of the $671,000 grant.

Bethel Boosters report their gator stolen

Bethel Police Officer David Wood was dispatched to 150 Fossyl Drive Sunday, June 28 to meet with Richard Moore and Wesley Clark, of the Bethel Boosters Association. The two reported that the doors to the shed where the group stored a John Deere Gator were opened and the lock had been broken off the door.

Woman’s effort preserves family history

Every family has stories that are passed down from one generation to the next, but not every family has an historian and author who has the foresight to put those stories in print. Erma L. Plowman Shelton, 70, of Williamsburg, says that she had the idea to write a book about her family when she was 25 years old.

Computer recycling event July 18

Union Township is partnering with Clermont 20/20 Clean and Green Program and Cincinnati Computer Cooperative to host a computer recycling event from 9 a.m. – 12 p.m. Saturday, July 18 at the Union Township Civic Center. This is an opportunity for all residents and businesses of Clermont County to donate computers that are no longer being used at no charge.

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