A fund-raiser for Tyler May, a disabled 10-year-old boy who lives in Milford with his mother Renee Day, will be held at the Owensville Clermont County Fairgrounds Oct. 14.
Four candidates are seeking election to one open seat on the Goshen Township Board of Trustees. Gary Hornsby, Bob Hausermann, Thomas Risk and John Kuntz are hoping to occupy the position to help guide a township that is on the brink of experiencing a new wave of growth.
“Out Of The Shadow: A Personal Look at Schizophrenia and the Mental Health System,” an award-winning documentary film chronicling one family’s struggle with mental illness, will be screened for the community at the Child Focus Training Center Oct. 9.
The debate on their effectiveness and safety may be ongoing, but the decision as to whether to use them locally may be coming to a close. The Batavia Township Trustees heard a presentation on Oct. 2 about outfitting their township deputies with Tazers, a electrical device touted to be an effective police tool for incapacitating dangerous subjects without causing injury.
Federal money will be coming to Clermont County soon in an effort to lessen the damage caused by the severe drought experienced this summer. A part of the Emergency Conservation Program, or ECP, the money is available to help farmers locally to develop new or better ways to water their livestock.
An estimated 1,000 Clermont County residents participated in the Great Outdoors Weekend Sept. 29-30. The Great Outdoor Weekend Event was designed as a way for county families and residents to get outside and take advantage of the numerous outdoor activities that are available in the area, said event organizer Heather Hah.
U.C. Clermont is celebrating its 35th anniversary with a record-breaking 3,000 student enrollment this Fall. Interim Dean James McDonough said that this record number of students represents a five percent increase over enrollment last year at this time.
An alleged ethics breech discovered by a state audit is being characterized as a procedural problem with the way outstanding bills are paid by the Clermont County Commissioners.
A ribbon-cutting ceremony celebrating the completion of renovation work at the Lower East Fork Waste Water Treatment Plant was held Oct. 2. The ceremony, which attracted approximately 60 people, was a rebirth of the facility, said Clermont Director of Utilities Tom Yeager.
The first annual Critter Costume Parade was held in Batavia Sept. 30. The parade, which was co-sponsored by the Batavia village council’s beautification committee and Dr. Jennie Bard and Dr. Alfred Dubois of the Family Animal Hospital practice on West Main Street, attracted more than 40 costumed dogs and one cat. The parade, attended by an estimated 150 people, featured costumed animals; many of the pet owners also dressed in costumes to match their pets.