Summerside Elementary School teacher Donald Koller has been chosen to receive the University of Cincinnati’s USA Outstanding Educator Award. Koller is one of three teachers from around the greater Cincinnati area to be honored with the award this year.
Miami Township residents may soon enjoy an improved atmosphere for outdoor music performances. Recent moves made by the township administration have started a process to build a new outdoor amphitheater in Community Park that will add a beautiful new amenity for township residents.
The completely skinned carcasses of two dogs were found lying in a creek-bed off Pond Run Road Nov. 28. The dogs were found by Pierce Township police after receiving an anonymous phone call; they immediately called Clermont County Animal Control who picked up the dogs and started their investigation.
Mystery still surrounds the shooting of a Tate Township woman who was injured last week. On Nov. 30, an emergency call was made concerning a 21-year-old woman, Crystal Bauer, who was reportedly shot and at home alone with her two children. However, clues and statements in the investigation have thus far led investigators in circles.
If you were to stop anyone in the halls at Milford High School and ask them about William Dedman, well, they’d probably look at you funny and say “who?” But, if you asked them about Red, well, you’d better be prepared to sit back and listen for awhile. Red, sometimes known as William Dedman, is a janitor at Milford High School, but also far more, according to the staff and students there.
Clermont County Sheriff A.J. “Tim” Rodenberg has reported that a bomb threat was received before school started Wednesday, Dec. 6 at Clermont Northeastern Middle School.
Two Clermont County officials were honored recently for their work to bring child support payments back to the children who need them. Domestic relations court Judge Michael Voris was honored as judge of the year and Sheriff Tim Rodenberg was honored as child support partner of the year.
The first phase of the proposed $4 million 15-mile hiking/biking trail between the villages of Williamsburg and Batavia is now underway. Phase one consists of the engineering and design work for the first part of the trail that will connect Williamsburg to the East Fork State Park Campground.
The Batavia Township Trustees hope to resolve the placement and creation of an emergency access road at the Lexington Run development after Central Joint Fire Chief Kevin Riley said that current plans would not be sufficient to support the department’s fire trucks.
The annual “Trains of Williamsburg” Christmas Walk steams into the village this weekend. Williamsburg Mayor Mary Ann Lefker said the annual Christmas celebration has been a 20-year-old tradition in the village and that everyone is invited to attend.