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Bethel-Tate debates hiring football coach

Bethel-Tate football fans will need to wait a little while longer to learn the name of the 2010-2011 varsity coach, and some community members think the wait could jeopardize the team’s performance. The district has been in need of a new coach since Clint Kirker was placed on paid administrative leave in October 2009 while he was under investigation for an alleged inappropriate sexual relationship with a student. […]

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Students learn about the past at the Grassy Run Rendezvous

Grassy Run Historical Arts Committee members worked hard to carry out their mission of education at the 2010 Grassy Run Rendezvous despite periodic showers throughout the weekend in Williamsburg. The rendezvous kicked off Friday with about 450 public, private, and home schooled children from the Greater Cincinnati area converging on the park to learn about life in the United States before 1840.

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Grassy Run Rendezvous to be held April 24-25

Come join The Grassy Run Historical Arts Committee and take part in the most unique historical festival in Cincinnati, The Grassy Run Heritage Rendezvous, held at the Community Park next to the East Fork of the Little Miami River. This educational journey begins with an 1700s living history encampment. Enjoy strolling musicians, Native American dancers, story tellers and demonstrations in blacksmithing, gun smithing, spinner weavers, broom makers and much more.

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Four hybrid buses to hit the road in Clermont

The City of Milford is taking another step toward its Green initiative with help from the county government and the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act. Clermont Transportation Connection held a ribbon cutting ceremony for four new buses that run on more than just gasoline. Each bus carries about 400 pounds of batteries to run an electric motor which propels the bus at cruising speeds. […]

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Employees will have to reapply for their jobs

More than 176 Clermont County Bigg’s employees will need to reapply for their jobs following an announcement that Remke Markets will be purchasing seven Bigg’s stores and four others, including the Eastgate location, will be closing. The Milford Bigg’s corporate office will also be closing. Biggs is being sold by SUPERVALU Inc. of Minneapolis, Minn. […]

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Power companies make pitch to Batavia trustees

The Batavia Township Trustees heard recently from two energy company representatives with proposals to stabilize natural gas and electricity prices for township residents. Spence Faxton of Energy Alliance Incorporated asked the trustees to endorse his company so that he can begin offering township residents the opportunity to purchase energy through an aggregate, which could save them money in the long run. […]

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Combs sentenced to six years

The Cherry Grove woman charged in the death of Todd Reed, 42, of 2130 state Route 133 was sentenced to six years in prison by Judge Jerry McBride Thursday, March 15. Misty Combs, 28, pleaded guilty to aggravated vehicular homicide with an alcohol specification and driving under the influence of alcohol on March 19. […]

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Road projects to benefit UC Clermont

Clermont County Engineer Pat Manger has announced that two road projects to benefit the University of Cincinnati Clermont will be going forward this year. The county will be constructing an alternate entrance to U.C. Clermont from Old state Route 74 and will be resurfacing James Sauls Sr. Drive to provide access to the new classrooms currently being remodeled at the Batavia Ford Plant. […]