The West Clermont Local School District has received a rating of “effective” from the Ohio Department of Education. Every fall, the state issues report cards to school districts based on the results of standardized tests given to students of all grades in the district.
A two-vehicle crash in Stonelick Township has left one local man dead. The Ohio State Highway Patrol Batavia Post is investigating the fatal motor vehicle crash that occurred on U.S. 50 approximately one mile east of Owensville at 8:45 a.m. Aug. 17.
The 7th annual Kids 4 Kids carnival raised more than $5,000 for the Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center’s child-life programs Aug 19.
Two months after opening their doors and one month after patrols began in ernest, the Wayne Township Police Department discovered something: they are definitely busy.
The Milford School District continued an excellent tradition by achieving the state’s top rating status for schools for a fifth time.
Employees and students of the Bethel-Tate school system now have an official reason to feel totally excellent after the district was named Clermont County’s second to be rated excellent by the Ohio State Department of Education.
The incoming Clermont Northeastern freshmen class should find the transition to high school much easier and less frightening this year. As part of a nationwide mentoring program, CNE contracted with the Indiana based “Kick-Off” organization to train the upperclassmen (junior and senior students) to become mentors to the 2006 incoming freshmen class.
The Southern Ohio Health Services Network (SOHSN) celebrated its 30th anniversary with a birthday luncheon at the Oasis Aug. 11. SOHSN is a not-for-profit health care network that offers comprehensive primary care services.
Clermont officials from across the county are in the process of completing a training course that, if successful, will link the tiniest municipality to the highest levels of federal government should an emergency of the appropriate magnitude occur.
After no residents appeared at a pair of public hearings in Bethel, village council members suggested at the Aug. 14 meeting that the apparent lack of concern by village residents could be a sign of years of quality management.