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Amelia students commit to colleges

Some of the top seniors at Amelia High School were recognized Friday, May 1, as they signed letters of intent to attend the colleges of their choice. The event was held in the Performing Arts Center. Representatives from area colleges were on hand to welcome the students and meet with their family members during the event. Representatives from each of the colleges were at the event to welcome the students and presented them with T-shirts from their future schools. Many of the students had been accepted at a number of colleges and universities and were required to make their selection by May 1. […]

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Community mourns Marine

A community of grateful Clermont County citizens was given an opportunity to show their respect to Marine Corps Staff Sergeant Mark “Tony” Wojciechowski last week. SSgt. Wojciechowski, 25, died on Thursday, April 30, while supporting combat operations in Anbar province, in Iraq. He was part of a Marine Corps bomb squad and died as a result of a bomb blast. […]

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Bethel-Tate personnel salary freeze in effect

The Bethel-Tate Board of Education met Wednesday, April 22 and approved Superintendent Jim Smith’s recommendation to freeze administrative and exempt employees’ salaries for the 2009-2010 school year. The pay freeze results in a savings to the district of $200,000, which equates to saving three teacher positions. The elimination of five positions was also approved by the board in accordance with planned cuts. […]

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Intoxilyzer 8000 tested in Clermont

The Ohio State Highway Patrol Batavia Post was the first post in Ohio to test the Intoxilyzer 8000, the machine was first used on Saturday, May 2. The new machine is designed to test the breath of drivers suspected of operating a motor vehicle under the influence and is currently used with the consent of the driver. […]

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Audit reveals shortfall in Bethel

A state audit has revealed an accounting error which is currently being addressed by Bethel Village Administrator Travis Dotson. He reported the findings to council members during its meeting Monday, April 27. A recent meeting with state auditors in completing the 2004-2005 audit and 2006-2007 audit uncovered accounting issues. […]

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Voters approve levies in two school districts

West Clermont School District Voters gave the district a thumbs up to an operational levy at the polls on Tuesday, May 5. The levy passed with a vote of 9,045 for and 2,736 against. The West Clermont School Board placed a 6.91 mill continuing levy on the ballot to replace the 7.9 mill five year emergency levy that was due to expire at the end of 2009. […]