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Burke Park opens for the season

On April 15, Bethel Mayor David Simpson, along with Clermont 20/20, Inc. student representatives and the Easter Bunny, officially opened Burke Park for the season. Many people showed up for the ribbon cutting ceremony and all of the planned activities. After the Mayor officially opened the park, the Easter Bunny led the children in an Easter egg hunt. Following that, there were outdoor games and activities. There was also a free lunch.

Two arrested in meth bust

A Moscow couple are under arrest on charges of child endangerment and the manufacture of methamphetamines after an early Sunday morning arrest, said a Clermont County Sheriff

No charges filed in death

A nine-year-old girl died Saturday after she jumped from a moving vehicle and was apparently run over by the family car, according to reports. Georgie Hesser, who was traveling with her mother to pick up her sister Megan at the Meadow Creek apartment complex Saturday afternoon, was crushed when the vehicle backed over her accidentally.

Township to fight annexation

The Batavia Township Trustees will most likely seek help from the county in preventing a portion of land from their Tall Trees development from being annexed by the village of Amelia.

County not in the running for FutureGen

According to a recent announcement from the FutureGen task force, Clermont County has officially been counted out of the running as a possible site for a revolutionary new power plant.

Hiking trail dedicated at Sycamore Park

The Clermont County Park District recognized the efforts of three individuals during dedication ceremonies for the district

Batavia students present

The Batavia High School Music Department and Drama Club presented its rendition of

Milford urges voters to pass children

Milford City Mayor Lou Bishop is backing efforts to pass the Children

Struve is Amelia

The village of Amelia has a new court clerk in the mayor

Music Boosters Association formed in Bethel-Tate district

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.

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