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  • White completes Navy basic training

    Navy Seaman Recruit Steven P. White, son of Cynthia A. Dietrick of Mount Orab, and Steven P. White of Cincinnati, recently completed U.S. Navy basic training at Recruit Training Command, Great Lakes, Ill.
  • Two CMH employees pass Certified Coding Exams
    Two CMH employees pass Certified Coding Exams 
  • Two CMH employees pass Certified Coding Exams
    Two CMH employees pass Certified Coding Exams 
  • Shanaberger named manager of medical/surgical care at CMH
    WILMINGTON - Mary Shanabergerregistered nurse, is the new manager of Medical/Surgical Care at Clinton Memorial Hospital. She will be responsible for the day-to-day operations of Medical/Surgical Care including the delivery of patient care. 
  • Storer receives third DAISY award
    Diana Storer of Hillsboro, a registered nurse in the Clinton Memorial Hospital Emergency Services, received the third DAISY Award For Extraordinary Nurses given at CMH Regional Health System.
  • Spring events at Greenfield Library
      Though there is snow on the ground, I think that March came in like a lamb, so beware, around the corner may be a Lion! It is wonderful to think that winter is almost over and soon there will be flowers blooming and all the green coming back to life.
  • In Debt? Out of a Job?
    Identifying local, state, even national economic resources when faced with financial difficulties or unemployment can be a stressful, confusing, and overwhelming task. An effort by Ohio State University Extension is saving Ohioans the energy by bringing those resources directly to them.
  • Champions of Faith offers variety of programs
    Champions of Faith Gymnastics, LLC, located at 2005 US 62, just outside Mowrystown, offers Beginner through Elite gymnastics (ages 2-18), cheerleading and adult conditioning.
  • Basketball Hall of Fame member Jerry Lucas to speak at First United Methodist Church
    Basketball Hall of Fame member Jerry Lucas will be coming to Hillsboro First United Methodist Church to share his Christ lead ministry with our entire community.
  • Leesburg Library Story Time kids celebrate PJ Day
    The Leesburg Library is “Going Green” this month in honor of St. Patrick’s Day! Patrons of all ages can participate in a St. Patty’s Day contest from March 1 through March 16 and win a green prize. We hope you will also wear a little green and share a sweet Irish treat with us on Wednesday, March 17.
  • Bonnie Sue Wilson and Harold Stroup celebrate 50th Anniversary
    Bonnie Sue Wilson and Harold Stroup of Mansfield (formerly of Greenfield) celebrate 50th wedding anniversary. They were married on March 8, 1960.
  • Paint Valley graduate completes Navy training
    Navy Seaman Recruit Brandon S. Murray, son of Tina M. and stepson of Kieth A. Raypole of Bainbridge, Ohio, recently completed U.S. Navy basic training at Recruit Training Command, Great Lakes, Ill.
  • HDH celebrates Shirley Conley for 4,000 volunteer hours
    “Caring. Close to Home” is a fitting tagline for Highland District Hospital. It seems just as fitting for a 17 year volunteer who just chalked up 4,000 volunteer hours. Shirley Conley is a volunteer who has been committed to the mission of caring through her service to HDH as a volunteer.
  • Senior Center plans St. Patrick's party
    Join us on Saturday, March 20, 6-10 p.m. for our first Saturday night bash of the year. Enjoy great food, music and dancing, cards, pool and cornhole. Live  music will be provided by the Over the Hill Gang.
  • Kreal finishes basic training
    Marine Corps Pfc. Joshua S. Kreal, son of Cheryl R. Hatfield of Sinking Spring, Ohio and Seng H. Kreal of West Chester, Ohio, recently completed 12 weeks of basic training at Marine Corps Recruit Depot, Parris Island, S. C. designed to challenge new Marine recruits both physically and mentally.
  • Blanchester Downtown Development to roast fire chief
    The Blanchester Downtown Development Committee will kick off its first event of 2010 by ROASTING one of Blanchester’s long-serving public servants, Donald Walker. Walker, who has worn many hats during a lifelong career with the village including stints with the Life Squad, the Blanchester Board of Public Affairs and the Blanchester Fire Department, is currently Blanchester’s Fire Chief. It is fitting and proper that Blanchester citizens have this opportunity to bestow their affection and a little bit of chicanery upon a gentleman who needs no introduction but deserves recognition. The event will take place in the Municipal Cafeteria on Cherry Street beginning with registration at 5.30 and dinner at 6:00 PM on Saturday March 6.
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