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Elementary kids judge courthouse to be fun

Elementary school children from various West Clermont schools visited the county courthouse last week as part of an interactive tour of the facility. The tour is designed to help kids understand the justice system a little better.

Opposition to former deputy outlined in letter

The debate over who will fill the vacant deputy director seat at the Clermont County Board of Elections shows no sign of resolution at this time, even with yet another special meeting of the Board of Elections to discuss the issue scheduled for next Tuesday, May 23.

New Richmond village, schools join forces

In a show of unity and mutual support, the New Richmond Board of Education met with the New Richmond Village Council at its May 9 meeting.

Fishing Day For Kids held

The Owensville Pattison Park pond was stocked with plenty of bass for kids to catch at the 16th annual Fishing Day For Kids. Sponsored by the Clermont County Park Service and the East Fork Bass Anglers, the annual Fishing Day For Kids was held May 13 and attract

Amelia fills vacant council seat

Harold Walters will be filling the unexpired vacant seat on the Amelia Village Council. At its May 15 meeting, council members unanimously agreed to appoint Walters to fill the seat which has been vacant since Michelle Girard resigned her position from Council last month.

Top homes showcased

If you appreciate a fine home, the beauty of an exquisitely decorated room, perfectly manicured landscaping, or snooping through someone else

Two named to township zoning boards

The Batavia Township board of trustees took care of some housecleaning at the May 16 meeting, resolving some issues that had been ongoing for some time in the township. During the meeting, the trustees voted to name two new alternate members to their zoning department.

West Clermont starts Student Wellness Program

In an effort to enhance students

Amelia class hopes to get six million stars for display

Call them crazy if you want to, the eighth grade students in Tina Wolfer

Bethel to get cruiser soon; camera included

Bethel Councilwoman Donna Gunn, who also heads up the safety committee, said at the May 8 council meeting that a long-awaited new police cruiser would be arriving in Bethel in the near future.

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