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Joshua Epperson Memorial Fund-Raiser to be held June 30

The public is invited to attend an event to raise money for the Joshua Epperson Memorial Fund-Raiser at 8 p.m. Saturday, June 30, at Bethel Fields, behind Hill Intermediate School in Bethel. Josh was killed May 28 when a beam fell on him at a construction site. Josh was a member of the Killer Bees, a Knothole baseball team.

Village Association of Batavia announces Property Improvement Award winners

The Village Association of Batavia has announced the winners of this month’s property home improvement awards. Winning the recognition for June is the home of John and Linda Duncan and the home of John and Moira McManus.

Clothing store opens in Felicity

“This & That,” a brand new clothing and crafts store in Felicity, opened June 16. Felicity residents and new store owners Jeff and Tina Blackburn said that their store will offer brand name clothes at reasonable, below mall prices.

Monroe Township resident donates agricultural easement

Monroe Township resident Marie Holscher has donated a permanent agricultural easement on her family’s 42-acre farm to the Ohio Department of Agriculture. This is the first easement donation of its kind in Clermont County and is the 28th state-wide donation of an agricultural easement to the Ohio Department of Agriculture.

Scouts send cookies to the troops

A New Richmond Girl Scout troop has donated 63 cases of Girl Scout cookies to our American soldiers serving in Iraq. The 10 girls of New Richmond Girl Scout Troop #6649, who have been sending cookies to our men and women in Iraq for the past four years, assembled at the Chilo Post Office on the morning of June 14 to send this year’s delicious shipment. Troop #6649, which sold a total of 10,000 boxes of girl scout cookies this year, received donations for 756 of those boxes to be sent to our soldiers fighting in Iraq.

Union Trustees reject two zoning requests

Zoning issues dominated the June 12 meeting of the Union Township Board of Trustees, bringing out a large contingent of residents who spoke out against a pair of cases that they claimed threatened either the quality of life, property or safety of their homes.

Williamsburg no longer under fiscal watch

Williamsburg Local Schools recently earned back the right that many take for granted: independence. The district, which fell under government oversight during a fiscal emergency six years ago, was recently declared free from fiscal watch after several years of work created a turnaround in the district’s finances.

New Richmond considers loitering ordinance

New Richmond Village Council is attempting to pass legislation prohibiting unruly large groups from congregating or loitering on the village’s public streets. Due to the constitutional issues involved in adopting such legislation, the lengthy process of passing an “unlawful congregation” ordinance requires three public hearings on the matter.

Humane Society to hold events to raise funds

The Clermont County Humane Society will be putting the warm summer weather to work for them, scheduling two fund-raising events in less than one month’s time.

Patrol participates in ‘Look for the Light’ program

The Ohio State Highway Patrol, in an effort to promote motorcycle safety, spread awareness, and ultimately to save lives on all the Clermont County roads and highways, is participating in a state-wide program known as “Look For The Light.”

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