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Slaby is no longer a West Clermont employee

The West Clermont Board of Education unanimously reached a settlement agreement for the termination of Brenda Nesselroad-Slaby’s district contract Dec. 10. Nesselroad-Slaby, 40, was the assistant principal at the Glen Este Middle School whose 2-year-old daughter Cecilia died of heatstroke after being accidentally left in the back seat of her mother’s car during a hot day Aug. 23

Milford district to see 5.9 mill levy on March ballot

Fresh off a victory at the polls with a bond issue in November, Milford schools are hoping that the support shown by the community will continue. The Milford school board recently voted to place an operating levy of 5.9 mills on the March ballot.

Trains of Williamsburg was great fun

The warm holiday cheer that was mixed in with the cold, misty, wintry air was palpable as the village of Williamsburg celebrated the holiday season last weekend. The Trains of Williamsburg 2007 Christmas Walk, which took place Dec. 7-8 in the heart of downtown Williamsburg, was an incredible success, said event chairperson Terri Ousley.

Video – New Richmond celebrates with a Village Christmas

New Richmond’s Village Chritmas celebration was held Friday and Saturday, Dec. 7-8. The event featured crafts, food, and many activities. The ceremonial lighting of the village Christmas tree took place at 8 p.m. Friday, and there was seasonal music to enjoy at various locations in the downtown area.

Video – Amelia Village Christmas Parade held

The 27th Annual Amelia Village Christmas Parade was held at 2 p.m. Sunday Dec. 9. The Parade was sponsored by the Amelia Business Association and the Amelia Village Recreation Commission.

Senator Niehaus named ‘best listener’ by magazine

Since politicians are generally known for what comes out of their mouths, one Clermont County man is being recognized instead for what he hears instead of what he says. Tom Niehaus, an Ohio State Senator representing Clermont and a handful of other counties, was recently named by Columbus Monthly as the “best listener” in the Ohio legislature.

Miami Township home takes a step toward inclusion on National Register

Pleasant Hill, the historically significant Miami Township home of Scot and Theresa Conover, is one step closer to being placed on the National Register of Historic Places. Before the Conover family bought the home in the Spring of 2004, and knowing that the home had some historical significance, they had done extensive personal research on the history of the house, as well as a unique barn, also located on the property.

Pearl Harbor remembrance ceremony held in Amelia

Six Ohio men who survived the 1941 surprise Japanese attack on the U.S. Pacific Fleet docked in Pearl Harbor were honored and celebrated at a remembrance ceremony in New Richmond Dec. 2. For the last 21 years, the Clermont County American Legion has held the annual event as a way to remember and honor the survivors of that “infamous” December Sunday morning that pulled the United States into WWII.

Commissioners want information on departing and returning soldiers

The Clermont County Commissioners are asking to be notified of all county men and women who are either departing or returning from war zones. Commission President Bob Proud, who has recently organized departure and homecoming recognition ceremonies and parties for several people, said that he wants to be notified immediately of all “brave county military personnel” who are fighting all over the world for our freedoms.

Former West Clermont employee accused of having sex with student

Union Township resident Donna Hoffman, a former employee of the West Clermont School District, has been charged with the sexual battery of a 16-year-old male high school student. Hoffman, who was indicted by a grand jury Nov. 28, entered a plea of not guilty to the sexual battery charge.

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