Employees and students of the Bethel-Tate school system now have an official reason to feel totally excellent after the district was named Clermont County’s second to be rated excellent by the Ohio State Department of Education.
The incoming Clermont Northeastern freshmen class should find the transition to high school much easier and less frightening this year. As part of a nationwide mentoring program, CNE contracted with the Indiana based “Kick-Off” organization to train the upperclassmen (junior and senior students) to become mentors to the 2006 incoming freshmen class.
The Southern Ohio Health Services Network (SOHSN) celebrated its 30th anniversary with a birthday luncheon at the Oasis Aug. 11. SOHSN is a not-for-profit health care network that offers comprehensive primary care services.
Clermont officials from across the county are in the process of completing a training course that, if successful, will link the tiniest municipality to the highest levels of federal government should an emergency of the appropriate magnitude occur.
After no residents appeared at a pair of public hearings in Bethel, village council members suggested at the Aug. 14 meeting that the apparent lack of concern by village residents could be a sign of years of quality management.
Clermont County is mourning the death and celebrating the remarkable and accomplished life of Amelia resident James Teegarden. He attended Morehead College and the University of Cincinnati before beginning his exemplary and esteemed professional life.
The New Richmond Village Council stands united in its beautification efforts. Council has recently taken decisive steps to improve the appearance of Front Street, but that is only the beginning.
Hopes that an agreement had been reached concerning the status of the Milford sixth grade band proved to be in error, as no consensus has yet been made between the Milford School Board and a private fine arts association.
The successful completion of a summer program left organizers of the Junior Police Academy aglow and enthusiastic about another happy return of the popular youth activity.
Anyone who’s ever found themselves up a creek may want to take advantage of a class being offered by the Soil and Water Conservation District. “Quickstart Your Canoe,” a training course for the amateur paddler, will be held on Aug.19 and 26 from 1-5 p.m. in the Stonelick State Park.