Rose Cooper

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About Rose Cooper

Rose Cooper is a content producer for the Wilmington News Journal.

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BLANCHESTER — A tribute will be made to the late Blanchester Mayor Chad Hollon and the businessman, businesswoman and citizen of the year will be honored at the annual meeting of the Blanchester Area Chamber of Commerce. The meeting and dinner will be held on Nov. 11 at 6:30 p.m. at the Blanchester High School Auditeria.
“The annual me

Mayor Hollon to be remembered

BLANCHESTER — A tribute will be made to the late Blanchester Mayor Chad Hollon and the businessman, businesswoman and citizen of the year will be honored at the annual meeting of the Blanchester Area Chamber of Commerce. The meeting and dinner will be held on Nov. 11 at 6:30 p.m. at the Blanchester High School Auditeria. “The annual me

BLANCHESTER — A Blanchester family returned home to find a burglar inside their Lee Ann Court residence, but their dog bounded inside the house and chased the burglar out the back door, according to Blanchester Police Chief Scott Reinbolt.
The residents, Ashley and Preston Senteney, along with the family dog, had been away from home during t

Family dog chases away burglar

BLANCHESTER — A Blanchester family returned home to find a burglar inside their Lee Ann Court residence, but their dog bounded inside the house and chased the burglar out the back door, according to Blanchester Police Chief Scott Reinbolt. The residents, Ashley and Preston Senteney, along with the family dog, had been away from home during t

WILMINGTON — Clinton County will not participate in a feasibility study regarding the forming of a water district in the county, a request made recently by Wilmington Mayor Randy Riley.
At Wednesday's meeting of Clinton County Commissioners, a motion for the county to contribute $20,000 for the study, died for lack of a second.
At the Oct.

Funding for feasibility study denied

WILMINGTON — Clinton County will not participate in a feasibility study regarding the forming of a water district in the county, a request made recently by Wilmington Mayor Randy Riley. At Wednesday's meeting of Clinton County Commissioners, a motion for the county to contribute $20,000 for the study, died for lack of a second. At the Oct.

WILMINGTON — Eleven persons were indicted on 19 counts when a grand jury met recently in Clinton County Common Pleas Court, according to the office of Clinton County Prosecuting Attorney Rick Moyer.
Those who were indicted, the latest addresses known by law enforcement officers and charges were:
• Chad M. Henson of 412 W. Vine St., Wi

Grand jury indicts 11 on 19 counts

WILMINGTON — Eleven persons were indicted on 19 counts when a grand jury met recently in Clinton County Common Pleas Court, according to the office of Clinton County Prosecuting Attorney Rick Moyer. Those who were indicted, the latest addresses known by law enforcement officers and charges were: • Chad M. Henson of 412 W. Vine St., Wi

Property transfers

Sam Tatman, Jr. and Betty Jean Tatman to Sam Tatman, Jr. and Betty Jean Tatman, 72.41 acres, Byrd Twp., $0 Max A. Sales, Jr. to William B. and Tara J. Fisher, 15.76 acres, Byrd Twp., $63,020 Lillian Elnore Cowdrey to Robert L. and Lois Cowdrey, 140.28 acres, Byrd Twp., $210,000 Charles R. Brooks to Steven R. and Peggy A. McKinney, 2 acres, Clark

Blanchester officials are looking for an individual to fill a vacant seat on village council.
The seat on council was left vacant after John Carman, president of council, was sworn in as Blanchester mayor, following the unexpected death of Mayor Chad Hollon.
Carman's term on council will end on Dec. 31, 2017.
Council members must be an elector o

Carman sworn in as Blanchester mayor; candidate needed to fill seat

Blanchester officials are looking for an individual to fill a vacant seat on village council. The seat on council was left vacant after John Carman, president of council, was sworn in as Blanchester mayor, following the unexpected death of Mayor Chad Hollon. Carman's term on council will end on Dec. 31, 2017. Council members must be an elector o

CLARKSVILLE — An unfair labor practice charge has been filed against the Clinton-Massie Local School District Board of Education, according to Rachel Cornett, president of the Clinton-Massie Education Association.
The suit was filed after the school board unilaterally withheld salary increases to educators for both education advancement and

CM faces unfair labor practice charge

CLARKSVILLE — An unfair labor practice charge has been filed against the Clinton-Massie Local School District Board of Education, according to Rachel Cornett, president of the Clinton-Massie Education Association. The suit was filed after the school board unilaterally withheld salary increases to educators for both education advancement and

Probasco named to port board

WILMINGTON — One of the vacancies on the Clinton County Port Authority board was filled Monday afternoon by Clinton County Commissioners. Brent Probasco, vice president of logistics at R+L Carriers, was named to fill one of the vacant seats held by former board members Fred Ertle and Kathleen Madison, due to the expiration of their four-year

WILMINGTON — Wilmington Mayor Randy Riley met with Clinton County Commissioners on Monday requesting the county contribute $20,000 for a feasibility study regarding the forming of a water district, but after the meeting. Commissioner Pat Haley said he is not in favor of a county water district.
Riley said it would cost $30,000 for an enginee

Water district still up in air

WILMINGTON — Wilmington Mayor Randy Riley met with Clinton County Commissioners on Monday requesting the county contribute $20,000 for a feasibility study regarding the forming of a water district, but after the meeting. Commissioner Pat Haley said he is not in favor of a county water district. Riley said it would cost $30,000 for an enginee

County Historical Society celebrates 80 years

In the year 1934, the village of Mechanicsburg, Ohio, in Champaign County was celebrating its founding. A young man of 26, from this town, William L. Van Ness, caught up in the festivities of the occasion, conceived the idea of a Champaign County Historical Society (CCHS) that would promote and collect Champaign County history. He acted upon his id

The Scioto Foundation Awards $394,000 in Scholarships to Local Students

The Scioto Foundation awarded $394,000 dollars in scholarships for the 2014-2015 school year. Below is a listing of all scholarship recipients by school district, scholarship and award amount. Clay High School: Madeline Burton, Clay Schools Legacy Scholarship, $1,000.00; Sidney Carter, UCAN College Night Scholarship, $250.00, Clay Schools Legacy





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