July 30, 2014

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  • Southwest Ohio gets new wildlife officer

    Kelsey A. Brockman, 22 of Fort Recovery, OH will be assigned as a new state wildlife officer in Southwest Ohio. Officer Brockman is among 16 new wildlife officer cadets who have been undergoing extensive training and were sworn in as commissioned state w...
  • Proposed tax not so big and bad

    I’m amused these days at the uproar over a proposed sales tax hike of a quarter of a percent for the purpose of renovations to Music Hall and the Cincinnati Museum Center. Immediately all of the naysayers come out of the woodwork trying to compare thes...
  • Parks, books and polar vortex

    Just a few summer thoughts . . .ParksThis community is extremely fortunate to have a park like Miami Whitewater in our backyard. I’ve been spending time there lately and whether you are exercising, fishing, taking a quiet spin around the lake or golfing...
  • Supreme Court cracks down on digital copyright infringement

    In January, I wrote about Aereo, a TV subscription service that delivered local over-the-air TV channels via your Internet connection to digital devices and enabled you to record, pause and fast forward the programs. In essence, it is a personal antenna ...
  • That clock keeps ticking

    I don’t crave any more reminders that I’m getting old. The need to get out of bed in the middle of the night is all I need. I went to a dinner party the other night with three other couples and all three of the men who were there are retired. They al...
  • New way to combat cyber sex offenders

    About six months and one week ago, the forecast called for a high of 8 degrees, a low of minus 8. I saved a screenshot on my phone of the weather that day, it was a whopping minus 8 at the time. As I was going through my phone, deleting pictures, I  sho...
  • One-time worthless Ferrari sells for $16M

    In the 1960s and 1970s, on a jaunt into Cheviot or Bridgetown, possibly to have dinner at Maury’s Tiny Cove, or to do some shopping at Robert Hall, you probably drove directly past what would become a $16 million Ferrari hiding in the weeds. Just acros...
  • Miamitown streets slated for repairs

    After 15 years of enduring deficient roads, Miamitown residents can look forward to repaving and repair of their roads. Barrett Paving Materials Inc. recently was awarded the job for $501,746. Three companies submitted bids and Barrett’s was the lowest ...
  • Crosby boy wrestles his way to state champion

    Brett McIntosh, who recently completed the sixth grade at Crosby Elementary School, was crowned state champion in his weight class at the Ohio youth wrestling championships in the spring. McIntosh won all five of his matches at the district and state lev...
  • Controlled hunting applications ‘till’ 7/31

    Applications are now being accepted for controlled deer and waterfowl hunts on selected Ohio public areas during the 2014-2015 season, according to the Ohio Department of Natural Resources. Hunters have until Thursday, July 31, to submit permit applicatio...
  • B-ball camp for K-3 starts soon

    Harrison boys’ basketball coach Andy Marx wants to reach out to some of the younger members of the community by offering what he calls the Harrison Basketball Little Dribblers Camp for boys and girls entering kindergarten through third grade. The camp ...
  • Dead man’s body dumped in Dearborn

    A missing Miami Township, Ohio, man’s body was found in Dearborn County last Thursday, June 26. The man’s nephew is now facing felony murder charges in Ohio, and could be charged in Indiana as well. Paul Bramlage, 54, Wesselman Road, was reported mis...
  • New home takes dancers to new heights

    Harrison native Cheryl Gorenflo has been dancing since she was 3, and trained at the School for Creative Performing Arts. Now she is sharing her passion for dance through her recently opened dance studio, Off the Edge Dance on Harrison Avenue. Gorenflo, ...
  • Happy Independence Day ... in August

    h the glorious Second of July. If that doesn’t grab you, how about the glorious Sixth of August?  What? While the Fourth of July is the accepted date of the Declaration of Independence, mainly because that is what is said in the first line of the docum...
  • Corn’s more than knee-high by 4th of July

    I guess it says something about my size that one of the true highlights of my summer is when Burwinkel’s begins selling its sweet corn at its little shop on Stone Drive. I love food, particularly fresh food, and the fact you can eat corn for dinner tha...
  • Company puts new roof over kids’ heads at no cost

    I don’t care where I live, so long as there’s a roof to keep the rain off my books, and high-speed Internet access. - Eliezer Yudkowsky About 75 pre-schoolers who attend the Cincinnati Early Learning Center, 98 South State St., Harrison, can be sure ...
  • Joseph Worsham

    Joseph Ray Worsham, 39, Cincinnati, died Sunday, June 22, 2014. ...
  • Doris Roll

    Doris J. Roll, age 81, of Manchester, Ind., passed away Monday, June 23, 2014, at Dearborn County Hospital in Lawrenceburg. ...
  • Marjorie Jackson

    Marjorie L. (nee Brown) Jackson, age 94 resident of Harrison,  passed away June 29, 2014. ...
  • Dennis Johnson Sr.

    Dennis "D.J." Johnson Sr., 69, West Harrison, died June 25, 2014. ...