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Project in Goshen Township plans all log homes

One Goshen Township family is hoping to see a little bit of a difference in housing developments around their neck of the woods. A family partnership led by Jeff Corcoran is planning to create two housing developments composed entirely of log homes.

Kids book on sale at Borders written by local author

It’s a dog’s life in writing, said Bev Funk, but then, every dog has its day. Funk, of Monroe Township, is hoping to share that through her children’s book “Wool E. Woola,” the story of a dog, or several dogs actually, that she’s known over the years.

CTC opens bi-weekly bus routes to Felicity

A new service offered by the Clermont Transportation Connection is hoped to improve the lives of Felicity residents. Regular bus routes have been established by the agency, which will give Felicity residents without access to a car two opportunities each week to travel to services such as job training, GED

‘Best Dog’ awards ceremony held

The sixth annual ‘Best Dog in Clermont County’ awards ceremony took place at the Union Township Civic Center Jan. 30. The annual contest, which was open to county residents in kindergarten through sixth grade, is sponsored every year by the county auditor’s office, the Board of Clermont County Commissioners, and the county Humane Society.

Clermont County resident celebrates 100th birthday

While some people probably think that turning 100 years old is a significant milestone, centenarian Florence Woodard remains nonchalant about the whole affair. Woodard, who celebrated her 100th birthday Jan. 19, was given a party by more than 100 family and friends at the Eastgate Village Jan. 20.

Ringland to run for seat on 12th District Court

Clermont County Common Pleas Judge Robert Ringland has stepped up to be the first candidate running for a new seat created in the 12th district court of appeals. The 12th district court of appeals hears cases in Butler County.

West Clermont voters will see bond issue again

Taxpayers living in the West Clermont School District will have another chance to accept or reject a $53 million bond issue in a special election Feb. 6. Ten thousand voters did support the same bond issue last November but it still fell short by a mere 80 votes.

Hawkins appointed to vacant seat on Milford City Council

Bryan Hawkins has been appointed to the Milford city council. Filling the spot left vacant by the ascension of Kim McBeath to the mayoral post after the surprise resignation of Lou Bishop in December, Hawkins was sworn in Jan. 16.

‘Engineers of the Future’

The student engineering team from Felicity-Franklin Middle School captured fourth place in the 2007 National Engineer’s Week Future City Competition Ohio Region. The competition, which was held in Columbus Jan. 20, attracted more than 30,000 students in 1,100 middle schools in 38 regions nationwide this year. The six-student contingent representing Felicity-Franklin/Ohio region was only one of 47 Ohio middle school teams that conceptualized, designed, engineered, and built a utopian city of the future.

Two more presentations made for city hall contract

The Bethel Village Council heard the second and third presentations concerning the proposed construction of a new municipal building.

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