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  • US Bank donates $1,000 to homeless shelter

    US Bank of Hillsboro recently presented a check for $1,000 to the Highland County Homeless Shelter. Receiving the check from US Bank¹s Nicole Cory is Homeless Shelter Director Mike Ballentine.
  • Ohio Statehouse celebrates sesquicentennial
    The people of Ohio will celebrate the sesquicentennial of the Ohio Statehouse throughout 2011. The Ohio Statehouse has served as the heart of Ohio democracy for the last 150 years. Throughout the state, the Ohio Statehouse stands as a symbol of the legislative and executive branches of state government, and the people of Ohio.
  • Lynchburg-Clay Boy Scouts partner with local food pantry to help others in need
    Boy Scouts from Lynchburg Pack 120 partnered with the Pricetown Church of Christ, to provide food items for its Angel Food Program. The program helps to provide much-needed assistance for local families.
  • Check It Out - Leesburg Library
    Happy New Year wishes from the staff at the Leesburg Library. Thanks so much for your patronage during the past year. We hope you will be able to join us for some of our upcoming programming during the month of January. Our Knit Together group meets every Thursday from 5:30-7 p.m. Please feel free to join the group regardless of your knitting expertise. New members are always welcome.
  • Lynchburg Lions Club honors top 20 car show winners
    The Lynchburg Lions Club and Martinsville I.O.O.F. organized the annual Car and Motorcycle Show in October. The Lynchburg Lions Club provided the food, and the Lions Club and Martinsville I.O.O.F. co-sponsored the show.
  • Lynchburg Lions Club holds peace poster contest
    The Lynchburg Lions Club recently sponsored a "Peace Poster" contest in conjunction with Lions Clubs International. This contest encouraged students who were in middle school age categories to create a poster that would promote world peace. This year's theme was "Vision of Peace." The Lynchburg Lions Club presented the top three local winners with certificates and cash awards of $25, $15, and $10, respectively.
  • Lynchburg Lions Club holds annual Car and Motorcycle Show
    The annual Car and Motorcycle Show, sponsored by the Lynchburg Lions Club and Martinsville I.O.O.F., was held on Sunday, Oct. 10, at the Lynchburg Lions Club Park.
  • Lynchburg Lions Club holds annual Car and Motorcycle Show
    The annual Car and Motorcycle Show, sponsored by the Lynchburg Lions Club and Martinsville I.O.O.F., was held on Sunday, Oct. 10, at the Lynchburg Lions Club Park.
  • Take Steps to Protect Your Health In Winter
    WILMINGTON, Ohio--You take steps to protect your car and home during the winter. You should do the same for your health.
                Although winter officially arrived a few days before Christmas, winter elements have been here since shortly after Thanksgiving and we have a long way to go until March and the arrival of spring.
  • Conservation Tillage Conference
    With dozens of cover crop varieties available with a whole host of benefits ideal in a number of cropping systems, choosing the right variety for the farm can be a daunting task.
  • Center's membership drive under way
    Membership drive
        Just a reminder that the Senior Center membership year now is on a calendar year, it’s time to “Be-New or Re-New.”  Membership is $20 per person per year and entitles you to participate in all the activities, go on exciting trips, take advantage of a broad range of services and purchase a delicious lunch for only $3.
  • Back Home opens on Main Street
    Back Home, 112 E. Main Street, Hillsboro (859) 200-3424, specializes in antiques, gifts, collectibles, knives, local art, handmade greeting cards, crafts, quilts and Crabtree & Evelyn products. Visit with Back Home owner, Betty Ann Walker, as you browse and shop her collection. Winter hours are Thursday, Friday and Saturday, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Watch for extended hours in the spring. Pictured are Back Home owners and the Highland County Chamber of Commerce Red Coats.
  • Clinton Memorial Hospital joins other hospitals in restricting visitors to limit spread of illness
    As winter respiratory illnesses begin to arrive, and a small number of cases of flu were confirmed, many hospitals in southwestOhio, northern Kentucky, and southeast Indiana began limiting visitation on December 20—including Clinton Memorial Hospital.
  • Swearing-in ceremony to be held Dec. 30
    The public is cordially invited to the swearing-in ceremony of State Senator-elect David Daniels, State Representative-elect Cliff Rosenberger, County Commissioner-elect Jeremy Shaffer, and County Auditor Bill Fawley on Thursday, Dec. 30 at the Hi-TEC building in Hillsboro.
  • Erma Gibbs retires from Highland County District Library
    This week, the Highland County District Library said goodbye to Erma Gibbs, one of its longest-serving employees.
  • Candle-lite donates to Children Services
    Candle-lite employees recently donated $1,027 to the Highland County Children Services.
      Candle-lite and its employees are proud to be able to give this gift. As well as giving a monetary gift, the Candle-lite Activity Fund and some of the Candle-lite employees purchased Christmas gifts for the children.
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