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This list of recent real estate purchases within Clinton County is provided by the Office of Clinton County Auditor Terence G. Habermehl and transcribed by News Journal staff. Continue reading at
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PIQUA — Clinton-Massie’s Collin Swope finished sixth in the discus Thursday at the Region 8 Track and Field Championship at Piqua High School’s Alexander Stadium. Continue reading at
Brooks first to qualify for state track, field meet
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Wilmington High School senior Brett Brooks won the Region 4 Track and Field Championship discus competition Wednesday at Wayne High School in Huber Heights. Brooks matched his personal best with a throw of 163-9. Continue reading at
Power outage strikes county
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There are 3,967 customers without power in Clinton County as of 9:53 a.m. Thursday, according to the AES Ohio outages map. Continue reading at
New operation of GA Telesis and ATSG will be topic at Economic Network Alliance
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WILMINGTON — Join the Wilmington-Clinton County Chamber of Commerce for an in-person Economic Network Alliance on Thursday, June 2, featuring a special presentation from GA Telesis LLC and Air Transport Services Group Inc. Continue reading at
Magnified Giving: ECHS donates $1,500 to Operation Cherrybend, helps other organizations
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East Clinton High School students recently donated $1,500 to a non-profit through the Magnified Giving program. They have been working through a course that Magnified Giving offers teaching students about philanthropy and the necessary skills needed to become a philanthropist. Continue reading at
East Clinton spring first-teamers honored by SBAAC
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The SBAAC spring sports athletes were honored Tuesday during the annual spring sports league banquet at Hamersville Elementary School. From East Clinton, first teamers were, from left to right, softball player Chloe Scott; girls 4×800 relay team Jordan Collom, Kaylyn Deaton, Molly Seabaugh and Carah Anteck, who also earned first team honors in the...
Clinton-Massie spring sports first team athletes honored
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The SBAAC spring sports athletes were honored Tuesday during the annual spring sports league banquet at Hamersville Elementary School. From Clinton-Massie, first teamers honored were, from left to right, front row, tennis player of the year Alex Jones; track and field performer Braden Rolf; baseball player Adam Frisch; back row, softball players...
EC girls track, field at Region 12 meet in Troy
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TROY — East Clinton opened competition Wednesday in the Region 12 Track and Field Championship at Troy High School. The 4×800 team of Molly Seabaugh, Kaylyn Deaton, Jordan Collom and Carah Anteck finished in 10:52.9, good enough for 13th place. Continue reading at
Clinton County commissioners lay out objections to proposed solar power generation project
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WILMINGTON — In a Wednesday press release, each Clinton County commissioner stated objections to a Chicago company’s proposal to build a 300-megawatt solar power generation facility in southern Clinton County. Continue reading at
Kiwanis learns about CASA program
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Clinton County CASA Director Tarah Mongold joined the Kiwanis Club of Wilmington for lunch on May 19 to share what CASA — Court Appointed Special Advocates — does for kids in Clinton County. Continue reading at
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Upcoming public/community events in Clinton County include the below. Email your public event information to . Thursday, May 26 • Free dinner for the community 4:30-6 p.m. Continue reading at
Elizabeth Mason and August Morgan awarded DARE scholarships
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Clinton County Sheriff Ralph D. Fizer Jr. and his staff on Tuesday presented the 2022 Drug Abuse Resistance Education (D.A.R.E.) scholarships to Elizabeth Mason of Clinton-Massie Schools and August Morgan from East Clinton Schools. Continue reading at
Winding roads to non-paid claim
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Another aberration: In the Clinton County world of Quakerism, I come from a long line of Mennonites — “Mennonite” being an umbrella term like “Protestant.” In 1684, when one of my Mennonite forebearers was jailed in Bern, Switzerland, for refusing to sanction infant baptism. Continue reading at
Memorial Day weekend events set throughout Clinton County
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Memorial Day weekend events are planned throughout Clinton County. Thank you to the local veterans and officials who supplied the information below. Wilmington Volunteers will gather to place American flags on the graves of veterans at Sugar Grove Cemetery at 8 a.m. Continue reading at
Local Briefs: Polk Road to be closed
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Polk Road to be closed Polk Road will be closed for bridge maintenance beginning Tuesday, May 31, weather permitting, according to the Clinton County Engineer’s Office. Continue reading at
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WILMINGTON — The following information comes from incident reports provided by the Clinton County Sheriff’s Office. All those arrested are presumed innocent until possibly found guilty in court. Continue reading at
WIC moms dealing with shortage of infant formula
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WILMINGTON — The nationwide infant formula shortage means even more challenges for WIC participants than it does for other new moms — for whom it is seriously stressful for sure. Continue reading at
English Club welcomes CASA speakers
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President Jane Walker welcomed 16 members to English Club meeting at McCoy’s Small Party House on May 6. Sharon Breckel, Joan Burge, Shirley Katter and Nancy Jones served as hostesses. Continue reading at
SBAAC honors 4 from county as best in their sport
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Several Clinton County athletes and coaches were honored as the tops in their sports for the 2022 spring season. Wilmington had three American Division athletes of the year in track and field — boys runners of the year Trevor Billingsley, girls runner of the year Taylor Noszka and boys coach of the year Chris Reynolds. Continue reading at...
EC junior Evanshine signs with Mt. Vernon Nazarene
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East Clinton junior Libby Evanshine has signed with Mount Vernon Nazarene University to continue her volleyball and academic career. In her signing photo, left to right, front row, mother Jamie Evanshine, Libby, father Chris Evanshine; back row, grandparents Beverly and Jim McDowell and sister Gracie Evanshine. Continue reading at
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WILMINGTON — The following report is compiled using a disposition report provided by Clinton County Municipal Court. The information includes the defendant’s name, age, residence if listed, charge(s) disposed, fine, court costs assessed, jail sentence and any special conditions. Continue reading at
ATSG: GA Telesis Aeroengine Hospital, 50 jobs coming to air park
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WILMINGTON — GA Telesis, LLC, a global aviation services integrator, and Air Transport Services Group, Inc., announced they have reached an agreement with the Clinton County Port Authority (CCPA), JobsOhio and the Ohio Department of Development to open a 72,000 square-foot Specialized Procedures Aeroengine Hospital (SPAH) at the Wilmington Air...
Drive-in to many fond memories
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One thing that always seems to bring out nostalgia in people is discussion about drive-in theaters. In days gone by, pulling onto a large field at twilight while dodging metal posts that held boxy, metal speakers was a challenge. Continue reading at
Local perform well at Saturday district meets
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Several Clinton County athletes extended their seasons Saturday at district track and field competitions throughout Southwest Ohio. In St. Paris at Graham High School, Clinton-Massie competed in the Division II District Saturday. Continue reading at