Students in the ecological and cultural diversity class at the Felicity-Franklin High School are currently trying to raise money to fund a trip to Costa Rica this summer.
No harm was intended by a Williamsburg kindergarten teacher who sent students home with prescription pill bottles filled with M&M’s after holding a class career day at the elementary school.
The race for Ohio’s Second Congressional District in the Republican primary narrowed from four to three candidates recently with Phil Heimlich’s withdrawal from the race. Currently, two candidates, Nathan Bailey and Tom Brinkman, are challenging incumbent Jean Schmidt for the seat.
A federal lawsuit against former Pierce Township Trustee Curt Carl Hartman, alleging that he destroyed public records by deleting them from a laptop computer owned by the township, has been filed by the board of trustees. According to the lawsuit, Hartman, a lawyer by profession, utilized the laptop computer while in office to correspond electronically with other township officials and to create records of the minutes of trustee meetings.
Mercy Hospital Clermont and Mercy Hospital Anderson will host the ’2008 Spirit of Women Day of Dance for Health’ at the Eastgate Mall Feb. 23. Mercy Hospitals Clermont and Anderson are two of the health care providers in more than 60 cities nationwide to host the annual ‘Day of Dance’ on Feb. 23.
A support group for the families, friends, and loved ones of military personnel fighting in conflicts all around the world has recently been formed in Clermont County. Clermont County Board of Commissioners President Bob Proud said that he had the idea about helping facilitate the support group over the Christmas holiday.
The local Equi-Kids organization/Beechmont Stables and Rescue has received a $1,000 grant from the Clermont Community Fund. The Equi-Kids Beechmont Stables and Rescue, which is located in Union Township, has a mission of making unwanted and discarded horses wanted.
It only takes a few minutes of attending the Glen Este High School spanish class of Neil Frank to see why he was nominated and then chosen to receive the 2007 Cincinnati USA Outstanding Educator of the Year award. “It was certainly a surprise,” Frank said in his classroom Jan. 29. “No one goes into the teaching field for notoriety and accolades, but it feels really great to receive an award for doing something that I love so much. It is very humbling.”
A Williamsburg attorney is enjoying the chance to help give his contemporaries something they have been struggling to find for years: a good name. Donald Moore, of the Moore Law Firm in Anderson, was recently named the president of the Clermont County Bar Association. That, he said, is both an honor and a duty. Moore is one of a long line of Moores who have served the county in the law practice.
Hot on the heels of its own birth, the Goshen Community Improvement Corporation is hoping to breath life into a Goshen Township Civic Center project. The new civic center would be created in partnership with the Goshen Board of Education, and will provide the community with a new civic focal point.