News Archive

Rally held in Batavia to show support for the military

A rally to support the U.S. troops who are currently serving their country was held in front of the courthouse in Batavia Sept 22. The rally was organized by Clermont Commissioner Bob Proud.

Village of Amelia hopes to pass a police department operating levy

The Amelia Village Police are putting out an emergency call to village residents for backup on the November ballot in the form of an operating levy that is hoped to allow the department to not only continue operating, but bring the force up to the state of readiness warranted by the growing population.

County receives money to use for crime victim advocacy efforts

The Clermont County Juvenile Court system and the Clermont Prosecutor



New voting machines to be used this year

Clermont County has received and is preparing to implement new voting machines at upcoming elections, all due to the Help America Vote Act that was enacted after the debacle of chads in the 2000 presidential election.

Pumpkin Run Nationals kicks off 30th annual show

Twenty-five years or older is the required age to be entered in the 30th annual Fastiques Pumpkin Run Nationals. The cars, that is, must be at least 25 years old, having been made in 1970 or prior.

UC Clermont College hires development director

Tremendous student enrollment growth over the last five years at UC Clermont College recently prompted college officials to create a new positions designed to strengthen the college

Seniors make afghans for county foster children

The Lois Brown Dale Senior Center will soon be losing one of its most active members. Rita Jennings, a regular fixture at the senior center for the past five years, is moving to Florida with her family.

3M Precision Optics to eliminate 150 job

Shifting technology has forced 3M Precision Optics, a television lens manufacturer in Union Township, to eliminate 150 hourly jobs next month.

Township officials accused of threatening eminent domain

The Union Township Trustees meeting held on Sept. 13 was dominated by accusations that township officials were engaging in shady tactics to complete their agenda.

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