Miniature cows, the latest craze sweeping the country, can now be found in Clermont County. Last month, Jim and Kristina Sanders had six miniature cows brought in from Washington state.
Democratic candidate William Newby is challenging Republican incumbent Joseph Uecker in the Ohio House of Representatives 66th District race.
The East Fork Little Miami River is feeling a bit more protected lately after a conservation plan created by a local collaborative was endorsed by the Ohio Department of Natural Resources and the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency.
Robert McLaughlin, the associate dean for administrative services at the University of Cincinnati Clermont College, has been named the 2005 Edward J. Parish Pacesetter by the Clermont County Chamber of Commerce.
As construction continues on a new office complex in Union Township, finishing preparations are being made by local officials to create an earnings tax that will affect any new businesses or industries that move to the new complex.
Injuries were sustained last week when a two-car accident occurred near New Richmond Oct. 25. Mason was later found and was determined to be under the influence of alcohol and was subsequently incarcerated in the Clermont County jail.
The Glen Este High School Thespian Troupe is holding its annual “Trick or Treat So Kids Can Eat” food drive. “We have been involved in this canned food drive program for a couple of years now,” said Thespian Troupe Secretary Tara Woodall. “Basically, we are going around to local neighborhoods, knocking on doors, and asking residents to donate canned goods to the local food pantries.”
While ticker tape was in short supply, red ribbons were prevalent at a parade earlier this week at the Batavia Elementary School. To celebrate Red Ribbon Week, students at Batavia Middle School prepared a parade that was held for the elementary students to get the point across: say no to drugs. Typically, students participate in some classroom exercises involving drug facts, or maybe go to an assembly or hear from a guest speaker. This year, however, the idea came up that maybe something completely different was in order.
A partnership between the Clermont County Mental Health and Recovery Board and the Clermont County Court of Common Pleas is hoped to create a much nicer environment for recovering drug and alcohol offenders.
For the second consecutive year, West Clermont Board and School District Treasurer Alana Cropper has received the “Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting.” The award was presented to Cropper at the board’s Oct. 23 regular meeting.