The parents of the Bethel-Tate middle and high school students have formed a Music Booster Association. Joyce Schulte is the president of the association and has two children in the Bethel schools.
On Saturday, April 8, motorcyclists of the Chapter 9 Rolling Thunder rode into the parking lot of the American Legion Hall #72 in Mt. Carmel to raise money for the Matt Maupin Scholarship Fund.
Because of its historical significance, the Cranston Presbyterian Church in New Richmond was the ideal setting for Bethel native and international businessman Robert Lees to speak about economic development to the New Richmond Business Association.
An offer to participate in what was described as a
A representative from Heritage Ohio, the organization tasked with managing the Ohio portion of the Main Street revitalization and preservation program, visited the Clermont County Commissioners April 11 to narrate a presentation on the program.
Spinning gamely in the breeze, hundreds of shiny red, white and blue pinwheels are doing their best to get people
Another Clermont County man has died in the line of duty while serving in Iraq. Bryan Taylor, 20, a 2004 Milford graduate, died while serving with the Marines after only a month in Iraq.
Bethel native and renowned Worldwalker Steven Newman is planning an expedition to walk the entire 2500 mile length of the Great Wall of China, something that has never before been accomplished. Newman, who spoke April 3 at the Bethel Branch Library, has dreamed about this new adventure since completing his walk around the world in 1987. Inquisitive and restless as a child, the worldwalk was inspired by a quest for knowledge
A cost-saving effort enacted by the West Clermont Schools Board of Education will result in the loss of several administrators at the end of this school year, and the vacation of several positions that will not be re-filled.
Paul Braasch, Environmental Coordinator for Clermont County and representative of Adams/Clermont Solid Waste District visited with the Batavia Township Trustees April 4 to discuss the current rewrite of the solid waste plan. The plan, said Braasch, was developed as an 18-year plan, but must be revised every five years to comply with Ohio laws.