Despite the warm weather that’s characterized the beginning of this holiday season, the Clermont County Engineer’s office has been hard at work making sure that everything is prepared for the first winter storm. The salt barns are currently stocked, and will be refilled in January when a cheaper salt price takes effect.
U.C. Clermont College is presenting ‘Fabrics From Around The World.’ An interdisciplinary collaboration between more than 30 students in two diverse courses, the fabrics from around the world project results were displayed at the campus art gallery Nov. 3 – Nov. 29.
The Nursing and WIC (Women, Infants, and Children) Division of the Clermont County General Health District held an open house to celebrate its new nursing and office space. “We are reveling in the new space,” said Nurse Supervisor Deena Elliott. “But what today is really about is the the outstanding services that this brand new clinic and office space can continue to provide to the families of Clermont.”
The Owensville St. Louis Church has recently discovered six remarkably preserved sets of stained glass windows that were hidden away in a crawlspace under the present-day church. As part of the parish’s 150th anniversary celebration, the windows were unveiled during a parish brunch in the St. Louis School gymnasium Nov. 21. A collective gasp arose from the some 60 people assembled at the brunch when the windows were revealed.
On February 19, 1945, the big guns of U.S. Navy battleships signaled the beginning of one of World War II’s bloodiest battles. Recently memorialized in the movie “Flags of Our Fathers,” the Battle of Iwo Jima, known as Operation Detachment, was one of the final major conflicts of the second world war, and later found to be one of the most controversial.
Safe Communities is hoping that a little fun may prevent a lot of sorrow this holiday season. Coming back for a second helping, a “mocktail” party has been scheduled for Dec. 7 at Mercy Hospital Clermont, where the theme is having fun and getting home safe afterwards.
The New Richmond Village Council has suspended the police department’s furlough program. The council unanimously adopted the ordinance suspending the furlough schedule for the police department at its regular Nov. 14 meeting.
The Bethel-Tate Fire Department has received a $136,251 firefighting grant as part of Senator Mike Dewine’s Firefighter Investment and Response Enhancement (FIRE) Act.
The historically significant Rogers riverfront home in New Richmond is being restored. Purchased and saved from demolition in September by New Richmond native and economic development expert Robert Lees, the restoration has been underway for the past 60 days.
Voters won’t have to wait much longer to learn the official outcome of the Nov. 7 general election. According to Clermont County Board of Elections Director Mike Keeley, the board will convene Tuesday, Nov. 28 to certify the results.