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  • Magic Waters season tickets on sale

    Magic Waters Theatre has opened sales for their season tickets which are one of
  • The Laurels recognizes volunteers during National Volunteer Week
    The Laurels of Hillsboro celebrated "National Volunteer Week" by honoring its volunteers who help in activities on a monthly basis. Volunteers were served a meal and honored with certificates, pins and gift bags.
  • NCB Promotes Brad Wildey to Network Manager for the Ohio Region
    Hillsboro, Ohio — NCB, a federally chartered savings bank and leading community bank in southwestern Ohio, has named Brad Wildey as Network Manager for the Ohio Region.
  • Dr. Jill Neff's awesome adventure
    For most people, a pleasant walk through the countryside is enough to relax mind and body. For Dr. Jill Neff, however, it's climbing Kilimanjaro, which she conquered in February. At 19,336 feet, snow-capped Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania is Africa's highest peak and the world's tallest walkable mountain.
  • Vendor space available for Blanchester Independence Day Celebration and Bi-Centennial Parade
    Notice is hereby given that anyone wishing to rent booth space either as a vendor or for promotional purposes during the Independence Day celebration on July 3 in Blanchester should call Toni at 937-783-4594 ASAP to obtain a registration form.
  • Highland County Women Farmers Speak Up!
    The Voice of Ohio Women Farmers in Highland County is a report of a study of area women farmers conducted in late 2009.
  • Chapel in the Woods at Rocky Fork Lake marks 50th year
    Sunday, May 9 marks the opening of the Chapel in the Woods at Rocky Fork Lake, a summer worship ministry of Hillsboro First United Methodist Church.
  • Corn herbicide performance examined
    By the end of last week, farmers had experienced an approximately 10-day run of favorable weather that has allowed them to make a great deal of progress towards completing spring field work. The corn percentage planted thus far is well ahead of schedule and I’m also aware of a few acres of soybeans planted in the area. Let’s hope the weather in the coming weeks allows farmers to take full advantage of this early planting window.
  • Majka, Freeman exchange vows on June 19
    Dr. and Mrs. Andrew and Lynn Majka, of Rochester, parents of the bride, and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth and Jeanne Freeman, of Byron, Minn., parents of the groom, and Mr. and Mrs. Austin (Morty) and Annie Diles, of Leesburg, also parents of the groom, announce the June 19 wedding of their children: Maddy Majka and Josh Freeman at St. John the Evangelist.
  • Wee Care Christian Preschool hosts Mother's Day program
    On Friday, May 7, from 11:30 a.m.-noon, the children at Wee Care Christian Preschool will pay tribute to their moms with a Mother’s Day program.
  • 55th reunion planned for former C.A.M.P. attendees
    In 1956, a unique camping program for young people was created by Dave and Janny Brizius. Originally an outreach of the Gahanna Community Church, the program, greatly expanded and no longer affiliated with one particular church, and now called C.A.M.P., is ongoing, with the Briziuses still heading it. The new name stands for Constructing Assured and Motivated People.
  • Reds games, La Comedia trip on tap
    Day trip to La Comedia
        Join us on Thursday, Sept. 16 for a trip to Springboro’s famous La Comedia Dinner Theatre and a matinee performance of the hilarious comedy “Dirty Rotten Scoundrels.”
  • Did You Know?
    The Third Fleet was forming during WWII on March 15, 1943 under the command of Admiral William F. Halsey. Its onshore headquarters, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, was established on June 15, 1944. The fleet operated in and around the Solomon Islands, the Phillippines, Taiwan, Okinawa, and the Ryukyu Islands with the USS New Jersey and from May 1945 to the end of the war, the USS Missouri as its flagship. It also operated in Japanese waters, launching attacks on Tokyo, the naval base at Kure, and the island of Hokkaido.
  • Triple-L 4-H Club holds April meeting
    The Triple-L 4-H Club met Sunday, April 18 at the home of adviser Jaime Simmons. Fourteen members attended the meeting.
  • Child care conference May 22
    A child care conference for child care providers will be held Saturday, May 22, from 8:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at Southern State Community College, South Campus, Fincastle.
  • Many enjoy Greenfield Historical Society Spring Tea
    More than 80 people attended the Greenfield Historical Society's Spring Tea held on April 25. The guests were hosted by the Reverend Ricardo Lewis and his wife, Vonya, in their roles as Frederick Douglas Patterson and his daughter-in-law, Kathleen Patterson.
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