Reality television has finally made its way from the living-room to the classroom. Drawing inspiration from the hit show
The Clermont County League of Women Voters, in an effort to promote county land-use, approached local conservation action planner Andy Dickerson to give a presentation on the importance of green space.
Laith David, an eighth grade student at St. Louis School in Owensville, has been chosen to participate in the Ohio State Science Fair and Competition to be held next month at the Ohio State University in Columbus.
The students of the St.Louis School in Owensville have decided to
The fate of Clermont County
The search for a new Union Township administrator after the resignation of former administrator Ken Geis took an unexpected turn when the interim administrator, Trustee Doug Walker, decided he
Supporters and opponents of the Milford Schools operational levy to be on the May 2 ballot will soon get the chance to voice their feelings to either side of the fence. A forum sponsored by the levy opposition and a pair of pro-levy rallies will be held in the coming weeks.
Chilly temperatures, overcast skies, and the threat of rain could not deter the hundreds of volunteers who showed up Saturday at the Milford Eastside Christian Church to build houses for the victims of Hurricane Katrina. Help Build Hope, an organization formed by the church last year to help hurricane victims, raised the money and organized the event. Working in cooperation with Habitat International and the Crossroads Missions, Help Build Hope wanted as many people as possible in the community to show up and offer their time and services.
The Miami Township Police Department has also announced that three of its officers recently graduated from the Northwestern University Center for Public Safety School of Police Staff and Command.
Two Miami Township men and two juveniles have been apprehended in relation to a pair of vandalizations at Miami Meadows park in January.