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  • Lynchburg Village Christmas another success

    Bill McTague, chairman of the 2009 Lynchburg Village Christmas, reports that despite the failing economy, this year’s Village Christmas was a huge success. McTague credits its success to the generosity of local businesses who came forward to make this year’s event a great one. For instance, the free carriage rides were sponsored by Terry’s Grocery, Lynchburg and Hillsboro Fifth Third Bank, Tom Pitzer Trucking, Davis-Turner Funeral Home, and Higgins Supply.
  • Lynchburg Village Christmas another success
    Bill McTague, chairman of the 2009 Lynchburg Village Christmas, reports that despite the failing economy, this year’s Village Christmas was a huge success. McTague credits its success to the generosity of local businesses who came forward to make this year’s event a great one. For instance, the free carriage rides were sponsored by Terry’s Grocery, Lynchburg and Hillsboro Fifth Third Bank, Tom Pitzer Trucking, Davis-Turner Funeral Home, and Higgins Supply.
  • Quaker Heritage Center to Hold 'Friends in Film' Series
    WILMINGTON, Ohio – Quakers in Hollywood?
  • Art featured at Hillsboro library
    Hal Harvey has a beautiful painting of the Old Hillsboro High School at the Hillsboro Public Library. He also has prints that are for purchase. The painting will be on display until the end of January, so hurry in to see it!
  • Card shower for Grace Brown
    The family of Grace Brown of Pricetown, Ohio is requesting a card shower to commemorate her 90th birthday. Grace was born Jan. 14, 1920, and was married to the late Edward Brown of Lynchburg. She has four children, Bob & Carol Brown of Apple Valley, Ohio; Barbara & Dan Stevens of Benson, Ariz.; Judy Simmons of Pricetown, Ohio; and Bud & Kathy Mercer of Lynchburg, Ohio. She has seven grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren. Please send cards to 1096 Barker Rd, Lynchburg, OH 45142.
  • Greenfield Library Link
    Whether the year is Two Thousand and Ten or Twenty Ten, it is a great new start to a great new year. January is always a great time to be thinking of and planning for a spring project. We have lots of books on building projects, storage ideas, gardening and outdoor planning. It will help spring come just a little faster if you dream!
  • Gaslight Players hold auditions for spring play
    The Gaslight Theater Players are holding open auditions for their spring
  • BEEF 509 program returns
    It is hard to believe that this was the last newspaper article that I wrote for the decade. Much has happened to all of us over the past 10 years and it has passed by much too quickly. For those of you who can remember, it was 10 years ago right about now that many of us were worried about the dreaded Y2K virus and what was going to happen to all of our computer systems when the calendars rolled over to the year 2000. That seems like a minor concern with everything going on today, doesn’t it?
  • CMH, YMCA support weight-loss program
    WILMINGTON – The Clinton County YMCA, in collaboration with CMH Regional Health System, is hosting a 12-week weight loss and healthier living program called “Healthier Community.”
  • Florence completes military training
    Army Pvt. Joshua L. Florence has graduated from the Infantryman One Station Unit Training at Fort Benning, Columbus, Ga.
  • OSU small farm program
    Here’s hoping that you are able to remember the spirit of the holidays and spend quality time with family and friends. Merry Christmas, everyone!
  • Greenfield Historical Society notes...
    One of the earliest  schools, outside of what would become the city of Greenfield, was Madison Township  School #2, located on the corner of what is now Titus Road and state Route 138, about 2 miles west of Greenfield.
  • Keep your immune system at its best
    Stress control, plenty of sleep, physical activity, balanced nutrition and hydration are key factors in maintaining a strong immune system. Your chances of surviving, recovering, or totally avoiding infectious diseases is much higher if your general health is good. Not only does a strong immune system keep you healthy during cold and flu season, it also determines how long and how well you live.
  • Church hosts Jan. 9 concert series
    The Serenity in Christian Union Church will host its Serenity Concert Series
    at 7 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 9 at the church, 237 S. High St., Hillsboro.
  • Perez receives second Daisy Award
    Wilmington, Ohio -- Dawn Perez of Wilmington, a registered nurse in the Clinton Memorial Hospital Surgery Center, received the second DAISY Award For Extraordinary Nurses given at CMH Regional Health System. The award, presented in collaboration with The American Organization of Nurse Executives (AONE) is part of the DAISY Foundation's program to recognize the super-human efforts nurses perform everyday.
  • Marjorie Cook honord by HDH
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