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New Richmond scouts hold food drive

The New Richmond Cub Scout Pack #155 is holding a holiday food and clothing drive to help needy families in the community. “The food drive is all about community service,” said Pack #155 committee chairperson Sidnie Reed. “The scouts have been collecting food, toys, and clothes for a couple of weeks now for people and families in the community who are less fortunate.” The food and other collected items were brought in to the New Richmond Elementary School’s cafeteria at the pack’s regular monthly meeting Dec.18. One New Richmond family was burned out of their home recently and escaped with only the clothes that they were wearing.

Batavia Trustees wind up business

The Batavia Township Board of Trustees cleared up a few end-of-the-year items at the Dec. 19 meeting, including discussing the $3.5 million budget for 2007 and the formal organization of the board.

Remember food safety after your holiday meal

It may be one of the most treasured traditions of the holidays. After the big family meal is finished, holiday celebrants can be seen making little trips back to the dinner table for hours to get a little nibble of this or that, but all too often, unwanted guests on the food have been all too happy to make their presence known in uncomfortable ways.

It is important to remember safety on this holiday

As Christmas approaches and presents continue to pile up under the Christmas trees located in homes around the world, fire officials are warning that those decorative trees could become deadly, if proper precautions aren’t taken.

Goshen man carves his vision from wood

His canvas is wood, his inspiration, animals. Ferocious grizzly bears stand upright ready to attack, majestic eagles and hawks are poised in flight, nimble squirrels and sluggish turtles are eternally at play. Skittish fish are jumping in and out of a front yard pond, and a stealthy 10-foot alligator lies silently in wait. These are but a few of the wondrous wood carving creations that dot the 200 acres of verdant farmland and countryside at the picturesque Hidden Creek Farm in Goshen.

Bethel students hold toy drive

Bethel-Tate High School students are celebrating the holiday season by collecting toys for needy families. The toy drive is a community service project conceived and executed by the Bethel-Tate High School student government; they have already collected more than 1,000 toys.

Batavia High students reach out to others

The holiday spirit of giving is alive and well in the classrooms and hallways of Batavia High School. “Batavia High School is sponsoring a Neediest Kids of All Giving Tree,” said health teacher and senior class sponsor Gail Rich.

Union Township plans to see firehouse design soon

The Union Township Board of Trustees cleaned up a few end-of-the-year issues at their Dec. 12 meeting, concluding three zoning cases and updating the status of the design build process for their new fire station, Station 52.

Groups asks Bethel to retain ownership of cabins

Officially, progress is still in state of stalemate concerning two historical log cabins located in Bethel’s Burke Park. Deteriorating and potentially dangerous due to their condition, the cabins had been earmarked for sale to an out-of-state buyer who planned to remove them and rebuild them in a different location, but an effort from local history enthusiasts halted that.

Clermont County Sheriff’s Deputies purchase $47,000 worth of drugs

According to the Clermont County Sheriff’s Department, seven drug traffickers were indicted last week for their role in distributing drugs in the New Richmond area.


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