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Murder confession heard in court BY Wayne Gates The Brown County Press The confession of Joseph Hensley will be admissible in his murder trial. That’s the result of a Suppression Hearing held July 5 before Visiting Judge Thomas Nurre in Brown County Common Pleas Court. During the hearing, Brown County Prosecuting Attorney Jessica Little played an audio recording of an April 30, 2010 interrogation of Hensley by Brown County Sheriff’s Office Detective Buddy Moore. A report on the confession was printed last September in the Brown County Press. As everyone in the courtroom listened, Moore proceeded to question Hensley, starting with how Hensley was hired by Dallas Tincher to kill Carpenter.
Tincher was convicted of complicity to murder charges last January. On the audio CD, Hensley said he was approached by someone who said he had been approached by Tincher. “(He) pulled me to the side and said Dallas wanted somebody to take care of somebody for him”, Hensley said. Hensley said he thought it was a joke at first, but was later approached by Tincher himself. Moore asked “What were his exact words?” Hensley replied “He said ‘I want him gone.’ I asked ‘What do you mean gone?’ He said ‘I want you to kill him.” Hensley then said Tincher later took him to the home of Robert Short in Sardinia, where Tincher paid Short two hundred dollars for a nine millimeter handgun.
Hensley told Moore he kept the gun for “three or four” days and was having second thoughts about agreeing to killing Carpenter. Hensley said Tincher picked him up the morning of April 20 and drove him down to Aberdeen and dropped him off on Stringtown Road, near Carpenters trailer. “I walked down and knocked on the guys door”, Hensley told Moore. “He called me in. I stood there. I talked to him for about twenty minutes and then the news came on. It had kids on the news like 13 or 14 year old girls, dude. They were talking about flip flops being the in thing. And he looks at the TV. I looked at him and said ‘Dude, those are kids’. He said ‘I don’t care’. He said “That’s a hot little ***** right there’. A 13 year CONTINUED ON PAGE 12
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Joseph Hensley speaks with his attorney, Steve Wenke, during a July 5 hearing to suppress his confession to murder.
Local families upset after Gist Tincher responds to civil suit, says Hensley is the one who bought gun Settlement marker stolen By Martha Jacob The Brown County Press
BY Wayne Gates The Brown County Press
It was with a sad heart that Peggy Mills Warner, historian with the Freed Gist Slaves Descendants Foundation, talked about the beautiful historical marker which was stolen from the Methodist Cemetery on Five Points-Fincastle Road east of Sardinia, around June 28-29. “It took us 10 years to raise enough money to pay for that marker,” Warner said. “I am more than upset about this, I am sad beyond belief. That marker held the names of my ancestors, as well as the names of 31 other families ancestors, all of whom were freed from slavery. This site was the first site in Ohio that was bought by Samuel Gist and given to his slaves.” In 1819, Samuel Gist divided 1,197 acres of land among 150 CONTINUED ON PAGE 12
Attorneys for Dallas and Ruth Tincher have responded to a civil suit filed against them by murder victim John Carpenters family by naming his accused killer as a Third Party Defendant. Carpenter was murdered in April of 2010 near Aberdeen. Dallas Tincher was convicted in January of hiring Joseph Hensley to kill Carpenter. Tincher was sentenced to 28 years to life in prison last March. Hensley is currently awaiting trial on murder charges. Naming Hensley as a Third Party Defendant essentially means that the Tinchers are claiming that any injuries done to Carpenter are the fault of Hensley alone. CONTINUED ON PAGE 11
Peggy Mills Warner, historian with the Freed Gist Slaves Descendants Foundation, and Jody Blankenship, Ohio Historical Society manager of Outreach and Field Services are shown unveiling the Ohio Historical Marker identifying the Gist Settlement site in Eagle Township in mid 2009. As of June 29, the marker is now missing.
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Tincher is placed in handcuffs by Bailiff Robert Green following his sentencing in March.
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Benefit fraud effort nets over 20K Ripley sues Katherine Lang in civil court for almost a million $ BY Wayne Gates The Brown County Press
Efforts to end benefit fraud in Brown County appear to be working. Since publicly announcing the fraud recovery effort in May, Department of Job and Family Services Investigator Jenny Crawford said that
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$21,607.84 has been recovered. Of that money, Crawford said that $7077.25 will stay here to be used by the Brown County Department of Job and Family Services. The rest of the money will be returned to the state. “Our collections are up and we are on the right 0road”, Crawford said. “Benefit fraud is unfair to both taxpayers and those who receive assistance.” Crawford said much more money is expected to be collected in the future. She said 117 people have signed repayment agreements and 83 more have had their benefits reduced to reflect their true income. 282 people have also made payments to reduce their documented over payments, and 113 people have been referred to the Brown County Assistant Prosecutor Steve Purtell for possible legal action. “We are attempting to collect on every dollar that is owed to us”, said Crawford. Purtell said that letters requesting repayment have been sent to everyone that has been referred for prosecution. He added that “about a
dozen” cases have been filed against people for benefit fraud and he expected that number to climb to 30 to 40 cases by the end of July. Purtell said that the largest amount of benefit fraud he’s dealing with is about $14,000, but the majority of cases are between overpayments $500.00 and $1000.00. Crawford said that she is making more home visits along with Supervisor Ruth Ellen Kidwell to make sure that possible overpayments are corrected early before they get out of hand. Crawford said that when cases of overpayments are found, the clients are contacted and given a chance to make arrangements to start paying the money back. If no contact is made by the given date, the cases are referred to the prosecutors office.” Last May, Kidwell said one way that investigators can determine if benefit fraud is taking place is by comparing income tax returns to reported income. In May, Purtell stressed that the Prosecutor’s Office would CONTINUED ON PAGE 12
BY Wayne Gates The Brown County Press The Village of Ripley has filed a million dollar civil suit against former village utility clerk Katherine Lang. Lang pleaded guilty last January to stealing $952,618 from Ripley’s utility account. She was sentenced in March to 13 years in prison and to pay the full amount of $952,618 in restitution to the Village of Ripley and an additional
$121,982 to cover the cost of the special audit that uncovered the theft. Lang admitted stealing the money between January 2006 and October 2009. She was also ordered to pay the full amount of $952,618 in restitution to the Village of Ripley and an additional $121,982 to cover the cost of the special audit. Ripley Village Solicitor Jay Cutrell, speaking at a village council meeting on June 14,
said that a civil suit may not bear any fruit. “We have the option to file a civil suit against Kathy Lang,” Cutrell said. “I’ve done all the paper work on this with the bonding company in regard to filing a suit. But in reviewing what the court has already done, with the criminal case, the defendant was ordered to pay restitution in the amount of $952,618 on count one and $121,982 on CONTINUED ON PAGE 12
Nine indicted by Grand Jury BY Wayne Gates The Brown County Press Nine people were indicted on various charges by a Brown County Grand Jury on July 6. Patrick Boles, 51 of West Union, faces eight counts of Rape. All are first degree felonies. Boles is accused of raping a minor in a manner that requires four different charges between April 1 and December 31 of 1991 and again between
January 1, 1992 and July 22, 1992. Boles was previously indicted on the same charges. The current indictment supercedes the previous one. He is scheduled for trial next month. Joshua D.L. Weinel, 23 of Bethel, faces one count of Unlawful Sexual Contact With a Minor. The charge is a second degree felony. Weinel is accused of engaging in sexual conduct with a minor between thirteen and six-
teen years of age between February 1 and February 15 of 2011. Weinel was charged with violating the same law in 2007. Douglas Waits, 23 of Mount Orab, faces one count of Vehicular Assault. The charge is a third degree felony. Waits is accused of recklessly operating a vehicle and causing physical harm to Andrea Locker. CONTINUED ON PAGE 11
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During the July 5 Village of Aberdeen Council Meeting, Councilwoman Billie Eitel announced that an Aberdeen resident has offered to lease his shoreline property to the village for $1 a year for a yet to be determined number of
years and the village will pay the taxes. Eitel told council that she has been having ongoing conversations with the owner of the property to allow the village to take over maintenance of the river front property which is next to the park. “That area is a beautiful spot,” Eitel told council, “but
Undercover drug bust made in Winchester
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Chief Greg Caudill of the Winchester Police Department reports the on Wednesday, June 29, 2011 that Lt. David Benjamin initiated a traffic stop at SR 136 and Russellville Road at which time Chief Caudill and K-9 Kilo arrived and assisted. K-9 Kilo indicated on an odor of narcotics coming from the vehicle and after a search of the vehicle there was found a crack pipe, prescription pills and numerous pieces of paraphenalia. The female driver was then arrested and was caught trying to destroy a large bag of off white powder that was found to be heroin. The driver also surrendered a hypodermic needle.
The passenger was also found to be in possession of marijuana. There was a juvenile also in the vehicle and after further investigation the heroin was found to be 7 grams with a street value between $1,000 and $1,400. Its believed that it was being transported from Cincinnati to the West Union area. The case is being forwarded to the Adams County prosecutors office for review and the vehicle is subject to forfeiture at this time. Chief Caudill requests that anyone having information regarding any criminal activity in the Village of Winchester please contact the Police Department at (937) 695-5502.
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we’ll have to get in there with bulldozer and clean it up. I really appreciate the owners cooperation and willingness to work with the village on this project.” Also during the meeting, Aberdeen business owner of Crystal’s Collectibles, Gerald Manning, asked council for permission and support in his effort to use a small portion of village property near the waste water treatment plant for several days. Manning announced that he is planning on holding an air show in Aberdeen the last weekend in August. “This car show is going to be a lot of fun for everyone,” Manning told council, “ it will have hot air balloons, 2-seater planes and rides for children. There’s nothing dangerous about any of this, I just wanted to ask council for permission to use between 15’ and 30’ of land at the treatment plant. We many not need it, I just want to be prepared in case we do.” Manning said he would be responsible for liability insurance, clean up, landscaping and anything else that comes up during the 4-day event. “This event will pull visi-
tors from all over the state,” he added. “It’s going to bring a lot of campers, hotels will be full, gas stations and restaurants will benefit as will the local economy. Some of the pilots flew over Aberdeen Friday night to check the area out, and they said out village is gorgeous and they hope it goes well and this could become an annual event.” Manning went on to say he is proud of Aberdeen and he would like to have some kind of event happening in the village every month. In other business, council discussed the ongoing problem of vandalism of the bathrooms at the village park. Some question arose over who was supposed to unlock and lock the bathrooms each day. “I try to keep those bathrooms clean,” explained Village Administrator Emily Henderson. “The problem is, if the rest rooms are closed and children are playing at the park, parents have to find somewhere for them to use the bathroom. That leads to problems.” Curfew issues at the park were also discussed with the conclusion made that the
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Aberdeen Village Administrator Emily Henderson presents a certificate of appreciation to village resident Larry Schlomer for his many hours of hard work in cleaning the village park by the river.
police should begin enforcing curfew ordinances. The village sold off a long list of old equipment owned by the village during the holiday weekend and raised $5,537, with plans to use the money to purchase much needed new equipment for the village. A Toyota Selica which had be seized by the Aberdeen Police Department was also auctioned off. The $2741 raised will be put into the drug fund of the police department. Council also recognized Aberdeen resident Larry Schlomer for his ongoing efforts to clean and maintain
the village park. Henderson presented Schlomer with a certificate of appreciation during the meeting. “We would like to personally thank Mr. Schlomer for all the time and effort that he has spent at the park cleaning it up,” Henderson began, “Larry has spent many, many, many hours in the hot sun, and has done an awesome job. There are many wonderful people in our village who do good things throughout the year. We only have two village workers, and their plates are full. The more volunteers we have, the better our community will be.”
“Puzzle-The Band” to perform at Mt. Orab ‘Music in the Park’ series, Saturday, July 16 By Martha Jacob The Brown County Press Residents in and around Mt. Orab will have the opportunity to enjoy a free concert next Saturday night as the “Music in the Park” series continues. The Cincinnati based group ‘Puzzle-The Band,’ will be the guest performers for the July 15 event. Puzzle, a five piece band plays mutt music and classic rock with a little of this and a little of that thrown in for fun according to the band’s facebook site. Members of the band include James “Pete” Carey, on guitar and vocals, Heather Mattingly, vocals, Ken Miroslaw on drums and vocals, Anne Roeder on keyboard, sax and vocals and Jim Stegeman on bass. “This is a really good band,” said Woody Whittington, coordinator of the series. “I think people are
“Puzzle-The Band” will be the featured band at the Saturday night, July 16, ‘Music in the Park’ event at the Mt. Orab Park. Bring your lawn chairs and enjoy the free concert.
really going to enjoy this show. I hope the weather holds out and we pack the park Saturday night. The show begins at 6:30 and runs until 10 p.m.” Saturday nights event will include drink vendors, but no food, and during the band breaks, games will be made available to the kids along with line dancing. Whittington said the first
show in the series featured “The Barcodes” and was well attended. The second in the series featured “Off-RRockers” in mid-June. Both shows were enjoyed by all in attendance. Once again Whittington is requesting for all visitors to bring a non-perishable canned good to be donated to the local food pantry. “We will also have a split-
the-pot Saturday night,” added Whittington, “Proceeds from the split-the-pot will be given to Wyatt Attinger, the little 3-year-old boy that needs a special walker to help him walk. This money will go to his family to help in their efforts to pay for that walker. “So please come out next week and enjoy a free concert. Bring your own lawn chair and sit back and relax.”
Major Expansion set for Legislation and Executive Orders signed by Governor Ohio Valley Manor BY Wayne Gates The Brown County Press Ohio Valley Manor in Ripley is planning a major expansion. The company will host a ground breaking on what they are calling a “multi-million dollar” project on July 20. The actual amount of the construction project was not disclosed. The company is planning to add 16 new apartments to the existing Birch Place Assisted Living Community. Construction is scheduled
to be complete in the Spring of 2012. In a press release issued July 7, the company said a second phase of construction was planned after the first phase is complete. The second phase of construction is expected to increase the size of the facility by 40,000 square feet. No completion date for phase two of the project was announced.
VBS set at Apple Street Church
Apple Street Christian Church, corner of Apple and Plum St, Georgetown, will be having Vacation Bible School July 11-15. from 9 to 11:30 a.m. The theme, Inside Out, Upside down, will help them learn that Jesus makes a difference everyday! Classes are planned for preschool through youth. The pastor will be available daily for adult teachings and questions. The VBS includes puppets, crafts, music, and refreshments. A warm welcome is extended to the public by Pastor Terry Fite. For more information and to pre-register please call Bro. Terry at (513) 515-4649 or Pauline at (937) 378-3792.
In addition to signing Am. Sub. House Bill 153 (FY201213 budget bill), last week Gov. John R. Kasich signed the following pieces of legislation into law: Sub. Senate Bill 17 (Schaffer) authorizes concealed carry licensees to possess a concealed handgun on certain premises (signed 6/30/11); Am. Senate Bill 22 (Schaffer) establishes factors the Director of the Environmental Protection Agency must consider before issuing National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permits, requires and approves long term control plans for wet weather discharges from publicly owned sewerage systems, and enforces the Federal Water Pollution Control Act as applied to publicly owned sewerage systems (signed 6/30/11); Senate Bill 84 (Oelslager) makes it an unfair act to advertise or conduct live musical performances or productions in Ohio through the use of a false, deceptive or misleading affiliation between a performing and recording group (signed 6/30/11); Senate Bill 120 (Beagle) clarifies that the prosecuting attorney of a county is the legal adviser of all tax-supported
public libraries in the county, and must prosecute and defend all suits and actions to which any tax-supported public library is a party (signed 6/30/11); Senate Bill 122 (Oelslager) repeals the current Interstate Compact on Juveniles and adopts a new Interstate Compact for Juveniles (signed 6/30/11); Senate Bill 171 (Gillmor) implements the recommendations of the Sunset Review Committee, and reestablishes the Sunset Review Committee but postpones its operation until the 131st General Assembly (signed 6/30/11); CONTINUED ON PAGE 17
WB TD Club selling raffle tickets for TV The Western Brown Touchdown Club will be selling raffle tickets to help raise money for the Broncos football team on Saturday, July 16. They will be at the Mt. Orab Kroger from 11 a.m-4 p.m. selling the tickets for a chance to win 51 in. Sanyo plasma flatscreen television.
G’town Happy Hustlers to meet The next meeting date of the Georgetown Happy Hustlers will be on Monday, July 11, and will be held at the Georgetown Bowling Alley.
By Martha Jacob The Brown County Press
Air show planned for Aberdeen in late August, council thanks resident for volunteer work
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Local children get free service dogs thanks to Pepsi Corp. and Animals for Autism
Just when two local families had adjusted to the fact that they would have to each raise $5,000 to purchase a specially trained dog to help their children cope with autism, both families will receive an autism service dog free of charge thanks to a Grant from the Pepsi company. David and Elizabeth Dewitt and their son Samuel of Mt. Orab and Tom and Brenda Schram and their daughter Lanie of Williamsburg, have been working hard to raise the money to purchase one of the special autism service dogs. “I first heard of the ‘Animals for Autism’ program on facebook,” said Brenda Schram. “The month of April is always Autism Awareness Month and when I learned of this program, I contacted them and found out everything I needed to do to get one of the service dogs for my daughter Lanie.” Autism is a general term used to describe a group of complex developmental brain disorders. One in every 110 children has some form of autism which can be mild to severe. “My husband and I decided to apply for one of the service dogs,” she continued. “There was a lot to do. We had to fill out a long application form plus make a 10 minute video showing our home, each of our family members, our yard, and basically anything the dog would see. “It took me over three weeks to get everything done. We had to have letters from all her doctors and questionnaires from everyone living in our home.” Brenda said when she finally got everything done and sent to the Animals for Autism
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Samuel DeWitt (left) of Mount Orab and Lanie Schram of Williamsburg both have autism and both will receive a free autism service dog in early spring next year. The trained dogs are from the ‘Animals for Autism’ program in Illinois. Samuel is the son of David and Elizabeth and Lanie is the daughter of Tom and Brenda. Congratulations to them all. The puppy shown is ‘Sesi’ and has been promised to Lanie.
in Illinois, it was a relief, but then the waiting began. In the mean time she and her family visited a special web site called siberiansnowbabies.com, and were able to see the actual puppies that could be her daughter’s some day. “Well, eventually, we were notified that we would not be receiving a dog,” she said, “but that we could buy one of the dogs at a discounted price of $5,000. So, we immediately started fundraising to come up with the money. “But it wasn’t long before we learned about a special ‘Pepsi Refresh Everything Program’, where anyone could go on their website and vote for different charitable organizations. The winning organizations could win up to $50,000 in grant money.” Brenda said she voted many times, as did all her friends and family members for the ‘Animals for Autism’ program which was one of the organizations on the ballot. “Well, we just couldn’t believe it when we were notified last week, that the Animals for Autism won the $50,000 grant,” Brenda said with excitement in her voice.
“And not only had they won, we and the DeWitt family were notified that both our children would receive a service dog, free of charge.” “That was really good news for us,” said David Dewitt, pastor of Mt. Orab Wesleyan Church and Samuel’s father. “We had been making $500 a month payments on our dog since May and they covered the rest. “Samuel has already been matched with his dog. We have to keep on raising money though, because we will be spending a week in Illinois when we pick our dog up, and we have to pay our own expenses.” Animals for Autism will be giving away 10 free dogs with the grant money. Brenda said her daughter has also been assigned her very own puppy, which will be placed in her home in Spring 2012 after extensive training. “Next spring we will travel with Lanie to Illinois and stay for a week,” Brenda added. “In that week, Lanie will get to know her new dog and he will get to know her.” Brenda said they have already raised over $700
4-Hers learn leadership skills as counselors Leah Haines and Marissa Vearil l served as camp counselors for this year's camp at Camp Graham. In their roles as counselors they supervised campers and led them though the various classes they attended. Haines and VearIL were among the 100campers and counselors from Butler and Brown Counties.
Feeder Calf Tag In: Brown County Jr Fair Beef exhibitors are reminded that feedern calf, dairy beef feeders and heifers are to be tagged on July 16 at the Brown County Fairgrounds from 7 to 11 a.m. Dr. Cowdrey will be on hand to conduct preconditioning for a $10.00 fee. Those showing in the Born and Raised classes will also need to
Free training event for young drivers coming up Driver’s Edge returns to the Cincinnati area on July 23-24, 2011 with a free event at Turfway Park! To date, nearly 90,000 young drivers and their parents across the United States have attended Driver’s Edge, an innovative and potentially life saving program. Now you can too. On July 23-24, 2011, Driver’s Edge will provide free training for young drivers in an effort to combat the unacceptably high number of teen related auto collisions and driving fatalities. Taught by true driving professionals, this unique program combines both behind the wheel and classroom experiences designed to alter young driver attitudes and behavior. While a comparable program would cost approximately $450 per person, there is NO CHARGE for young drivers to attend Driver’s Edge, thanks to private charitable donations
in every 112. “The new figures today are 1 out of every 91. Those are unacceptable numbers.”
the 1980‘s the figures were 1 in a thousand children born would have some form of autism. In the 90’s it was 1 in 500. In 2010 it was one child
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and the generous support of community oriented companies such as Bridgestone Americas, Inc., Bridgestone Americas Tire Operations, LLC (the presenting partner of the Driver’s Edge National Tour), Bridgestone Retail Operations, LLC and the IZOD IndyCar Series. Programs will be held at 8 a.m. and 1 p.m. on Saturday, July 23 and Sunday, July 24, 2011. A total of 400 young drivers (plus their parents) will have the opportunity to attend. Spaces are available for young drivers age 21or younger with a valid driver’s license or permit. Classes fill up quickly so register now! To register, please visit www.drivers edge.org or call (702) 896-6482 Together, we can and will make a difference
submit their paperwork at this event. Meat chicken pick up is Aug. 4 from 6 to 8 p.m. at the fairgrounds. Exhibitors should bring an appropriate contained for transporting the chickens home. Small animal tag in is Aug. 20 3 to 5 p.m. Members should check their department letters for specific time and information. Additional information can be found on the OSU Extension web page at www.brown.osu.edu. Judging: Those in Dept. 7, clothing and foods and nutrition are busy preparing for their annual judging on July 21 at Southern Hills Career Center. Members in Dept. 18 who wish to try for state fair are also judged on this date. Schedules have been mailed, but additional information can be found at the OSU web page if needed or in a volunteer's requirement book. King and Queen, Outstanding 4-Her and Industry Representative forms are due by Aug. 1. The interviews will be Aug. 8 at 6 p.m. at Southern Hills Career Center. The 4-H 5K Run and Walk will be July 30, with a starting time of 8:30 a.m. Proceeds benefit the Brown County 4-H Program and this event will be held at the Fairgrounds in Georgetown. The entry deadline for those attending the Ohio State Fair is horses is July 11 at 10 a.m. State Fair class information needs to be called into the Extension Office by 10 a.m.
which will now be used to build a 10’ X 10’ kennel and pay vet bills for the new addition to the family. “I just can’t express what this dog will mean to our family,” she stated. “Lanie doesn’t have real communication skills, she uses mostly signs and pictures. This dog will be alert to her every need and know where she is every second of her life. Sometimes I can’t find her right away and I panic, because it doesn’t do any good to call her, she can’t answer me. “This dog is going to improve the quality of her life in every way, and we are so grateful to everyone who has shared this experience with us.” The DeWitt family plans on working in Brown County to raise awareness of autism. “The rising number of children diagnosed with autism is shocking,” Dewitt added. “In
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If you would like to learn more about how to safely can and freeze fruits and vegetables at home, plan to attend the “Home Food Preservation Basics” class being offered by the Ohio State University Extension Office in Brown County. Topics to be covered are canning basics, freezing basics, and food safety concerns. You will receive a packet of OSU food preservation fact sheets with the most up-to-date processing times and instructions and recipes. Other reliable food preservation resources will be discussed. The class will taught by Kathy Jelley, Family and Consumer Sciences Extension Educator, Ohio State University, for Adam, Brown and Highland Counties. The
class will be offered Monday, July11, from 6 to 8:p.m. If you have a canner with a dial gauge you need to have it tested yearly. Gauges will be tested free of charge one half hour prior to class start time. For testing bring your canner lid with the gauge attached. The class will be held at the OSU Extension Office located at 325 West State Street, Building B, on the Brown County Fairgrounds. Please call the OSU Extension Office in Brown County at (937) 3786716, by noon on July 11, to pre-register for the class. There will be a $5 registration fee for the class For more information you can call the Extension office in Brown County at (937) 3786716.
The Williams Corner Church of God will be holding the Third Annual “Car Show at the ‘Corner” on Saturday, July 16, 2011. This car show is also known as The Larry Cooper Memorial Car Show. Car registration is free and open from 9 a.m. - 12 p.m. Best Chevrolet, Best Ford, Best Mopar, Pastor’s Choice, Best Rat Rod and Top 40 will be awarded at 3 p.m. The first 100 registered cars also receive one free meal card, a goody bag and a dash plaque. Door prizes, great music and great food! Spectator admission is also free. The church is located at 6162 State Route 132, Goshen. For more information call 513-6256459 or 513-288-1977, no answer leave a message with your phone number please.
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Fight against prescription drug abuse ramps up As part of his push to fight the rampant prescription drug abuse spreading across Ohio, today Gov. John R. Kasich signed House Bill 93 (Burke, Johnson). The legislation, which received unanimous support from the Ohio General Assembly, will strengthen the state’s ability to shut down “pill mill” operations led by corrupt doctors who dispense lethal doses of pain medications to anyone with a few hundred dollars. “If you overprescribe, we’re going to come get you. This is about our children. It’s about our mothers and fathers. It’s really about Ohio families,” said
GOVERNOR JOHN KASICH Kasich during a recent press conference. “These doctors are fantastic people but some of them are abusing their profession…and it is critical that the medical board maintain the integrity of the profession. So really the message is, if you’re out there breaking the law, you may get away with it for a while but these professionals, they’re gonna come get you.”
Joining Gov. Kasich for Friday’s bill signing were bill sponsors Reps. David Burke and Terry Johnson, Sen. Jimmy Stewart, Rep. Lynn Wachtmann, Ohio Department of Alcohol and Drug Addiction Services (ODADAS) Director Orman Hall, Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation Administrator Steve Ohio Buehrer, former Attorney General Betty Montgomery, local law enforcement officials, and members of SOLACE – a support group for those who have lost loved ones to prescription drug abuse. Passage of HB 93 is just one flank of a multipronged battle to end the
prescription drug abuse epidemic that has shattered the lives of Ohioans across the state from the Ohio River to the shores of Lake Erie. Gov. Kasich first launched the fight against prescription drug abuse in February when he visited Scioto County to announce the formation of a statewide task force led by ODADAS Director Orman Hall and former Ohio Attorney General Betty Montgomery. In April, Gov. Kasich announced that through local, state and federal cooperation, $36 million would be available for drug treatment and prevention throughout the state.
Fulfillment in life is the key to happiness Dear Editor, What is the one thing, more than anything else, a person should seek from anything he/she does with his/her life? Fulfillment. Everybody wants some type of fulfillment to validate what he/she does--the fulfillment produces the reason to continue doing what’s being done. From artist to writer to chef to doctor to civil servant to minister to plumber to garbage collector to tap dancer, it’s all about being fulfilled in doing what you’re doing. If you’re not, than you lose joy. I have an old fishing pal of mine who works at several different jobs, but his true passion is writing--which he does every day. Writing is his reason for existence. He travels with notebook in hand, capturing ideas on paper to put into an article or novel. He ain’t rich, but he is fulfilled. One of my other fishing pals, and poker playing buddies, is a fantastic jazz musician--pianist, guitarist, sax player, singer and song
writer. Music is his passion. Rich? No. Happy? Oh, my...yes, yes, yes!!! Another one of my friends works as a fishing guide professionally and another one works on a cattle ranch, riding the range out in Montana. Several are lawyers and several are doctors while several more are teachers and preachers and artists and carpenters and bricklayers--but all of them are immersed in what they do with their lives and have a passion and a zest. No matter what one does, being fulfilled in that vocation speaks volumes. My mother, at 84-years-old, still works as a professional musician--it’s her passion and the very thing that givers her the most joy. It keeps her going in life. My grandpa was a professional baseball umpire up until his early seventies as well as a mail carrier. He absolutely loved what he did and was good at it. Everybody needs to have a passion for what he/she does if he/she wants to make it count for something. Life is too short and
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“Only a handful of states have a residency requirement for their veterans’ preference on these exams, and none of our neighbor states require residency,” said Stebelton. “These changes address issues our service members and their families face due to situations out of their control.” The Veterans Affairs committee amended H.B. 162 to include provisions allowing for service members and their spouses to obtain temporary professional licenses when they relocate to Ohio due to their military service. For example, a wife of a soldier who is relocated to Wright-Patterson Air Force Base who has a cosmetology license currently would be unemployable until she would get her Ohio license. Under the bill, she would get a six-month temporary license so she could start working when she arrives in Ohio. House Bill 162 passed with unanimous support and will now move to the Ohio Senate for further consideration.
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fleeting for it to be any other way--we have to be fulfilled. There was an old farmer I knew back in Virginia who worked from dawn until dusk everyday, raising livestock and grain, tending his gardens and fruit trees, helping his wife raise their three children. He absolutely loved what he did--even now, at age 86, he continues doing what he has always done. (A little slower, maybe, but it’s who he is and what he does.) I asked the old guy once, “Raleigh, what keeps you doing this day in and day out? Farming has got to be the biggest gamble in the
world-- you’re at the mercy of mother nature every time you turn around. Have you ever thought of doing anything else?” He said, “Sure have, son. In fact, many times. But me and God spend a lot of time together out here, quite often alone. We have a good partnership going on. Everytime I thought about doing something different, I just couldn’t see giving it up. I love what I do too much to let it go and I couldn’t be happy any other way.” Fulfillment in what we do and who we are: may all of us find it. Rev. Sam Talley
Food Pantry thanks those who helped on hunger walk Dear Editor, Brown County Helping Hands in Christian Services held a Hunger Walk to benefit the food pantry. The walk was held at the Hanlon park on Saturday, may 21, 2011. We are very grateful to the ones who participated and to those who donated. We wish to thank the American Legion Post 180, Georgetown, the Fraternal order of Eagles 2293 and the auxiliary, Pamida, Judge Joe Worley and family and others. Your donations totaled over $1600.00. Others who supported the Hunger Walk in other ways was the Georgetown Post Office carriers and donors on their routes for collecting food for the pantry. Kroger’s of Mt. Orab contributes to the pantry each day of the month to the food pantry each day of the month. Savea-Lot, along with the radio station of West Union, held a special day for donations of food. We are grateful for the support the county has given to us through donations of
clothing, household items, sheets, blankets, curtains, cars, mobile homes, furniture, tools, lawn mowers, fans, and many other items to help others who are in need. Donations from these items pay for the expenses of the food pantry. Volunteers are working harder each month because of the increased need in Brown County. Donations are always welcome. The food pantry is for Brown County residents only. The clothing side and other items are available to anyone who lives within reach, even from other counties. We are open fours days each week: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday from 9 a.m. - 12 p.m. Items donated are tax deductible as we are a 501C3 agency. We would like to be available to the public more, but we are in need of more volunteers who are interested in helping others. Please contact one of the staff at (937) 378-6942 or (937) 378-6966. JoAnn Kattine
If you had the opportunity, would you travel into space?
Ever since I was in third grade I've wanted to travel into space. That teacher who was on the Challenger inspired me. Holly Goodpaster, Mt. Orab
No...I'm scared of heights! Don Lunsford, Sardinia
Sure I'd go in to space if I had the chance, I've always been interested in the planets. Keely Clark, Mt. Orab
No, I'm not very adventurous, besides being scared, its not my idea of entertainment. Vernon Green, Mt. Orab
No thank you, that never appealed to me. Linda Boyle, Georgetown
No way, I don't even like flying in planes. Melva Jones, Lake Waynoka
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State Representatives Danny Bubp (R-West Union) and Gerald Stebelton (RLancaster) have announced that the Ohio House of Representatives passed House Bill 162, legislation to allow all military veterans to receive the veterans’ preference on civil service examinations. Specifically, House Bill 162 will amend sections of the Ohio Revised Code to provide certain professional licensing and certification rights to service members, spouses of service members, and veterans, and to eliminate the requirement that a veteran be a resident of Ohio to qualify to receive the veterans preference on civil service examinations. “By extending the military service credit to all honorably discharged veterans, Ohio will be encouraging well qualified service members to come work in our great state,” Bubp said. Currently, veterans may receive a 20 percent additional credit to their total grade scored on the regular civil service examination only if they are also a resident of Ohio. This condition hinders former residents of Ohio who have left for their military service and taken up residency where they are stationed from returning to Ohio to live and work in the civil service sector.
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Committee and this year it will be a special celebration in honor of our friend Becky Cropper. We invite and chal-
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HEALTH MATTERS TOM CALLAHAN, RPH weight loss. Most people with type II diabetes are on an oral medication to control their disease. Before the discovery of insulin a child with diabetes would normally not live more than one year. The diagnosis of diabetes was a death knell in a family as parents would have to stand by helplessly as their child slowly wasted away. In the early 20th century, Dr. Frederick Allen made news by keeping children alive for three to four years by means of a very calorie restricted diet. His patients were restricted to between 400 to 450 calories a day, basically a starvation diet. Parents were faced with deciding between the devil and the deep blue sea, between their child dying within a year or starving them to death for an extra couple of
VFW #9772 to have joint meeting The next meeting of the Wilson Sroufe Veterans of Foreign Wars Post #9772 will take place at the Pike Township Hall located at Route 774, a short distance past Lake Grant on Wednesday, July 13, 2011 at 7 p.m. This will be a joint meeting of both men and the ladies auxiliary. Afterwards refreshments will be served. This will be the initial meeting for new Commander Bill Cornetet and V.F.W. Auxiliary President Marge Hoggatt. All members are encouraged to attend and this invitation is extended to all potential veterans and ladies who are qualified in VFW #9772, Mt. Orab.
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Chris Neal, left, race chairman, Anita McKinzie, center, 4-H Committee president and Becky Cropper.
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brown.osu.edu This race has become a major fund raiser for the 4-H
Insulin, another miracle of modern medicine In a recent column I told you about one of the milestones in modern medicine, the discovery of penicillin and antibiotics. Today I’d like to talk about another miracle of modern medicine, namely insulin. Insulin is used to treat diabetes, so first let’s go over the basics about diabetes. There are two types of diabetes. They used to be known as juvenile onset or insulin dependent, and adult onset or non-insulin dependent. However they are now called type I and type II diabetes. Type I diabetes is thought to be an auto-immune disease where the insulin secreting cells in the pancreas are destroyed and the body can no longer produce insulin. If not treated with insulin this type of diabetes is fatal. In type II diabetes the pancreas still produces insulin but the cells in the body are “insulin resistant”. This type of diabetes is often associated with being overweight, and if caught early enough can be managed with lifestyle changes such as exercise and
lenge all 4-Hers past and present to come out and participate and help “run Becky off!”
another $10.00. If there are any t-shirts left, they will be offered to the public for purchase. This t-shirt should become a collector’s item since it’s the last race that Becky will be participating in. Also, this year, we have added more age divisions for the walkers in hopes that younger participants will come out and support our 4-H program in Brown County. There are different age categories for both men and women in the race and walk as well. There is also a stroller division. After the conclusion of the 5 K, there will be a kid’s Fun Run for children 7 and under. If you have any questions, you may call the OSU Extension Office at (937) 378-6716. A
years. One of those treated by Dr. Allen was Elizabeth Hughes. Elizabeth was the daughter of the governor of New York and developed diabetes at the age of 11. Dr. Allen put her on a calorie restricted diet and by the time she was 14, she had gone from 75 pounds at age 11 to 45 pounds at age 14. Not only was her weight dropping but her health was deteriorating rapidly. Luckily Dr. Allen had kept her alive long enough for insulin to be available. In 1922 Elizabeth and her mother traveled to Toronto where she was treated with insulin by Dr. Frederick Banting. Her health markedly improved with the insulin treatments and she was able to live a nearly normal life. Elizabeth died at the age of 73 from pneumonia. Although Dr. Banting discovered that an extract from the pancreas could treat diabetes, he was not equipped to mass manufacture the drug. In 1922 the University of Toronto granted Eli Lilly, a pharmaceutical company, a license to manufacture
insulin. For the next 60 years insulin was obtained from the pancreas of cattle and pigs. Through the years Lilly worked to improve the purity of the insulin, but there was still the problem of availability. If Americans ate less meat, fewer pigs and cows would be slaughtered and fewer pancreases would be available. Combine that with a growing demand for insulin and it was clear a day of reckoning was on the horizon. Lilly’s answer to this potential problem was the use of recombinant DNA technology. This technology uses human genes placed into bacteria to produce human insulin. In 1982 the FDA approved Lilly’s product Humulin which is human insulin produced by bacteria. Through the use of this technology there is a much more reliable and safer supply of insulin in the world today. If you have a question you’d like me to address, stop in and see me at Pamida pharmacy, call me at 378-6849, or send an email to PRXM093@Pamida.com.
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The Brown County 4-H 5K run/fitness walk is being dedicated to our OSU Educator (4-H Agent), Becky Cropper, who is retiring after 33 years. The theme for this year’s race is “Run Becky Off”. The race will be held on Saturday, July 30 at the fairgrounds in Georgetown with a starting time of 8:30 a.m. There have been a few changes this year in hopes that more people will come out and truly “run Becky off.” The committee hopes that this fun event will be a way in which the community can come out and let Becky know just how much she will be missed. The cost of the race is $10.00 and race participants who wish to purchase an event t-shirt can do so for
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Local American Family Insurance Agent Joshua Edmisten earns Distinguished Insurance Agency distinction from J.D. Power and Associates Madison, Wis. July 7, 2011 – Joshua Edmisten, an American Family Insurance agent in Mount Orab, OH has been recognized for customer satisfaction excellence under the J.D. Power and Associates Distinguished Insurance Agency Program.SM Edmisten joins other American Family agents who have demonstrated the highest level of commitment to outstanding customer service. Edmisten has been an agent for American Family since November, 1999. His office is located at 210 South High St. in Mount Orab “Industry-leading service is our standard across the board,” said Jack Salzwedel, American Family president . “Almost two-thirds of American Family agents made the commitment to achieving this award, and that speaks volumes about their dedication to our customers.” Edmisten has qualified for this award for four years. The service excellence distinction was determined through an evaluation process conducted by J.D. Power and Associates. The process consists of a customer satisfaction survey which measures customers’ overall experience with their current American Family agent. Agents must meet or exceed the standards measured on a national benchmark established by J.D. Power and Associates’ annual auto and home insurance customer satisfaction studies. Only agencies that perform in the top 20 percent of all insurance agencies nationwide based on customer satisfaction surveys are eligible to become a Distinguished Insurance Agency. About American Family Insurance Based in Madison,Wis., American Family Insurance offers auto, homeowners, life, health, commercial and farm/ranch insurance in 19 states. American Family is the nation’s thirdlargest mutual property/casualty insurance company and 14th-largest property/casualty insurance group.
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St. Angela Merici Parish helps cancer patient The St. Angela Merici Parish recently helped friend and parishioner, Rhonda Connor. $1332.37 was raised at a bake sale that was held on Sunday, June 19, 2011 for Rhonda and her family. Proceeds are to be used for travel expenses and doctor bills. Connor was diagnosed with Stage 4 cancer and has been undergoing treatment. Thanks are extended to Sandy Houk, Annie Weathers and mary McFadden who manned the bake sale and to everyone who baked or donated money. If anyone would still like to help Rhonda, donations can be dropped off at the All About You Hair Salon and Day Spa located at US 50 and SR 131, Fayetteville during regular business hours, 9 a.m. - 8 p.m. Monday - Friday. Pictured above are Rhonda Connor, left receives the check from St. Angela Merici Parish, presented by Mary McFadden, owner of All About You Hair Salon and Day Spa.
ODA announces farm pesticide disposal collection The Ohio Department of Agriculture will be sponsoring a collection for farmers wishing to dispose of unwanted pesticides on Aug. 2 from 10:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. at the Eastern Brown School Grounds (Brown County), US 62 south of the Appalachian Highway, Sardinia, Ohio. The pesticide collection and disposal service is free of
charge, but only farm chemicals will be accepted. Paint, antifreeze, solvents, and household and non-farm pesticides will not be accepted. Pesticide collections are sponsored by the department in conjunction with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. To pre-register, or for more information, contact the Ohio Department of Agriculture at 614-728-6987.
New Hope 4H Club members met on Friday, June 17 at the Brown County Fairgrounds. Everyone in reminded of an upcoming Speed horse event on Saturday, July 16 at the Brown County Fairgrounds. Several New Hope members have volunteered to help as grounds crew to assist the Brown County Horseman's Association with their Turn & Burn Horse Show for which all proceeds go to Saint Jude’s Children's Research Hospital held on July 16. Seirra Bachman volunteered to host a beginner horse showmanship clinic for the club. The Cloverbuds learned about eating right, and exercising to help keep their bodies healthy. They played relay games, stick horse barrel races and water balloon toss, and they made father's day gifts. The next New Hope meeting will be Friday, July 15 at the Fairgrounds. Those who have signed up for club demonstrations, please be prepared to speak.
Mt. Nebo church plans VBS Mt. Nebo Vacation Bible School has been set for July 11-15 from 6 - 8 p.m., Mt. Nebo United Methodist Church will offer VBS for children 4 years old through 5th grade. This year’s program will be “Pandamania – Where God is wild about you!” A VBS for youth, 6th – 12th grades, will also be offered. The youth program theme will be “Amazing Faith!” an adventure theme created with an amazing race feel to it. The closing program will be held the last day, July 15 at 8 p.m. For more information contact the church office at (937) 379-1225. Mt. Nebo is located at 11693 State Route 774 four and a half miles south of Lake Manor Restaurant.
BY Megan Cox New Hope 4H
Scouts participate in Memorial Day parade Girl Scouts from Daisy Troop 42560 and Senior Troop 46863 of Georgetown participated in the Memorial Day Parade on May 30, 2011. Daisies pictured are Grace Ralston, Alexys Brown, Kaitlyn Bentley and Emma Vogel. Seniors scouts are Taylor McKinnon, Emily Werring and Madison Burton
BCRH recognizes Howard Festival set as an extraordinary nurse in Arnheim Nurses at Brown County Regional HealthCare are being honored with The DAISY Award For Extraordinary Nurses. The award is part of the DAISY Foundation's program to recognize the super-human efforts nurses perform every day. The award recipient honored in June was Brenda Howard, RN in Surgery Department. Ms. Howard is a graduated of Maysville Community College, resident of Aberdeen and has been an employee of BCGH surgery since 1996. She is exceptional, a very valuable employee and one of the most caring nurses in our professional stated her manager. Brenda was nominated by a
co-worker for exemplifying what nursing is all about, taking care of patients and providing a supportive and pleasant environment for their recovery.
HealthSource Seaman welcomes Dr. Paul Sklena HealthSource of Ohio is pleased to announce that Dr. Paul Sklena has joined HealthSource Seaman located at 218 Stern Drive. Dr. Sklena has been with HealthSource of Ohio for over 5 years and has provided his patients with the highest quality of health care. We are pleased to announce that Dr. Sklena is committed to
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St. Mary's Church in Arnheim announces it's annual festival to be held on Aug. 7. Meals served in the airconditioned dining hall will be from noon to 4 p.m. This year's dinners will feature ham and chicken. The chicken is being provided from a local farm and are free range and antibotic free. The event runs from 12 to 6 p.m. with plenty of fun for the family. for additional information contact the church at (937) 446-2555.
Rising Stars meeting BY Sydney Carrington Rising Stars 4-H On Monday, June 13, the Rising Stars 4-H Club members gathered at Community Lanes Bowling Alley in Georgetown for a fun meeting. Each member that attended got to bowl two games together. Members got their choice of eating either a hamburger or a cheeseburger and a soft drink. The Rising Stars members all wore their club shirts for the group picture which was taken at the bowling alley. Overall the meeting was a fun time for everybody that was there.
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SSCC Board of Trustees to meet The Southern State Community College Board of Trustees will meet 6 p.m., Wednesday, July 13, 2011, in Room 184 of the college's Central Campus, 100 Hobart Drive, Hillsboro. The meeting is open to the public.
WBHS Class of ‘96 reunion set The Western Brown High School class of 1996 will be holding their 15 year reunion Picnic Style. Its set for Saturday, July 30 at the Fayetteville Church of Christ located at 3068 U.S. 50 beginning at 4 p.m. Dinner will start at 5 p.m. Please bring your own tableware for you and your guests along with your own beverages and meat, grills will be available if needed. Also in Fayetteville Kiley's Market/Gas Station does fried chicken that can be ordered earlier for pick up. Also bring a dish to share with the group and feel free to bring items for fun (games for adults and kids are welcome) Shelter is available outside and inside there are outlets for crockpots, etc. For more information contact Becky Brinkman at email@example.com m
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Clint Bailey, 69, Clermont County, died Tuesday, June 28, 2011. Clint was born October 21, 1941 in Salina, Ks., to the late Bob and Ruth Bailey. In addition to his parents he was also preceded in death by his wife, Marie "Pie" Bailey; and a brother, Bruce Bailey. He is survived by a son, Chad (Deborah) Bailey of Williamsburg, and Chris (Kristina) Bailey of Sardinia, loving grandfather of Kyle, Dakota and Austin; dear father-in-law of Amanda Bailey of Russellville, caring brother of Craig Bailey. Mr. Bailey served in the Ohio National Guard for 22 years. Services to be held a t the convenience of the family. The Megie Funeral Home, Mt. Orab, served the family.
Lillian Virginia McCann Collins, 97 Lillian Virginia McCann Collins, 97, Mt. Orab, died on Friday, July 1, 2011. She was born Dec. 5, 1913 in Unity, Oh. to the late John Nelson and Fayette (nee Osman) McCann. She was a teacher at Lynchburg Schools. She was also preceded in death by her husband, Gerald W. Collins; son, James McCann Collins; grandson, Christopher James Collins; granddaughter, Lori Jo Wallace Schneider, brothers, Eugene McCann, Hubert McCann, Oren McCann, sisters, Bessie West, Genevieve Trefz, and Evelynn McCann.. She is survived by her daughter, Ann Kathleen Collins Wallace, Mt. Orab, sons, Dr. Gerald Lynn Collins, Oxford, Oh., William Keith Collins, Blanchester, sister, Anna Louise Staffeld, Hillsboro, 13 grandchildren; 34 great-grandchildren; 7 great-great grandchildren. Services were held Thursday, July 7, 2011 followed by interment in Sardinia Cemetery. Memorial donations in Virginia's memory may be made to the Presbyterian Church of Sardinia. The Egbert Funeral Home, Mt. Orab, served the family.
Mildred S. Padgett, 93 Mildred S. Padgett, 93, Ripley, Oh., died Wednesday, June 29, 2011. She was retired from the former U.S. Shoe Factory in Ripley and was a member of the Ripley Church of Christ. She was born on Feb. 3, 1918 in Ripley, Oh., the daughter of the late Joseph and Nannie (Eubanks) Sutton. She was also preceded in death by her husband of 60 years in 1996 Carl Padgett and two brothers - Archie and Harry Sutton. Mrs. Padgett is survived by three sons - Carl Padgett, Jr. and wife Marilyn of Milford, James R. Padgett and wife Lois of Cincinnati, and Ronald G. Padgett and wife Sophia of Ft. Walton Beach, Flor.; three grandsons - Roger Padgett and wife Karen, Don Padgett and wife Debbie, and Dave Padgett and wife Amy; three granddaughters - Terry Cornuelle and husband Mike, Kimberly Padgett, Michelle Smith and husband Donovan; thirteen great grandchildren and two great great grandchildren. Services were held Saturday July 2, 2011. Interment will be in the Maplewood Cemetery in Ripley, Oh. If desired, memorial contributions may be made to: The Ripley Church of Christ, 105 N. 3rd Street Ripley, Ohio 45167. The Cahall Funeral Home, Ripley, served the family.
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Charles S. “Chip” Kirker III, 61, Liberty Township in Adams County, died Wednesday, June 29, 2011. He was born August 26, 1949, in Maysville, Ky. He is survived by parents, Charles S. and Jean (Hawk) Kirker, Jr. of Liberty Township; one brother, Tom (Janie) Kirker of Liberty Township; one sister, Jan Kirker Manchester of Dublin; two nephews: Adam Kirker of Batavia, and Aaron Kirker of Vero Beach, Flor.; two nieces, Amy Young White of New Plymouth, and Karli Manchester of Dublin; two great nephews; and one great niece. He was a former art teacher at the Brown County Vocational School in Georgetown; a former art instructor at the Brown County M.R.D.D. in Greenbush; and co-owner and operator of the former Upper Case Graphics in Liberty Township for 12 years plus. He was a 1967 graduate of West Union High School; a 1972 graduate of the Columbus College of Art and Design (C.C.A.D.); a life member of the First Presbyterian Church in West Union; and a member of the Adams County Farm Bureau. He was the lead singer of the former band, The Torays, which was formed in the late sixties. Memorial contributions may be made to the First Presbyterian Church of West Union, at 104 South Second Street, West Union, Ohio 45693. A Memorial Gathering will be held Saturday, July 23, 2011, at 8 p.m. at the home of Tom and Janie Kirker at 6067 State Route 136 in Liberty Township. A private inurnment at Kirker Cemetery in Liberty Township will be held at the convenience of the family. Pastor Rick Lockhart will officiate. The Lafferty Funeral Home, West Union, served the family.
Glenna T. (nee Bowman) Perkins, 89, Bethel, passed away June 16, 2011. Glenna was born March 23, 1922. She was the loving wife of the late Verlin Perkins, beloved mother of Eva Mae Rice (the late David), Robert Perkins (the late Linda) and the late Deborah Mattox, grandmother of 7 grandchildren, 17 great-grandchildren and 3 great, great-grandchildren, sister of the late Mary, Suzie, Clyde, Sam and Joe Bowman. Services were held Monday, June 20 followed by interment in the Tate Township Cemetery. Memorial contributions may be made in her honor to Northside Baptist Church. The E.C. Nurre Funeral Home, Amelia, served the family.
George Andrew Richmond, 82 of Hillsboro died Tuesday, July 5, 2011. He was born Sept. 4, 1928 in Williamsburg, Ky., the son of the late James Lloyd and Carrie Mae Smith Richmond. Mr. Richmond had retired with over twenty-eight years of service with the Ford Motor Company. He was a U. S. Navy Veteran serving in World War II. He was a member of the Northview Baptist Church, the Lynchburg Lodge No.178 F&AM, Scottish Rite Valley of Cincinnati, Hanselmann Commandery No. 16 Knights Templar, Grand Council Royal & Select Masons of Ohio John H. Campbell Council No. 147, Grand Chapter of Royal Arch Masons of Ohio Batavia Chapter No. 112 Amelia, Oh., and the Disabled American Veterans. He is survived by his wife, Juanita M. Jones Richmond whom he had married on Sept. 11, 1948 in West Union, Oh., four daughters, Joyce Simbro of Hillsboro, Betty (Kenny) Bryant of Winchester, Donna Richmond of Loveland and Peggy Richmond of Hillsboro, two sons, Jeff (Marie) Richmond of Hillsboro, Gregory (Laura) Richmond of Sardinia, seventeen grandchildren, twentythree great grandchildren, three sisters, Amey Hickson of Hillsboro, Marie Theener of Miamisburg, Mary Mae Newstrom of California and three brothers, James (Susie) Richmond of Illinois, Arthur (Mary) Richmond of Cincinnati and Junior (Norma Jean) Hill of Cincinnati. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by one daughter, Brenda Kay Morris, one son, George Andrew “Andy” Richmond Jr., five sisters, Frances Vance, Emma Theener, Dovie Helton, Samantha Hill, Anna Kerns and one brother, John Hill. Services will be held 2 p.m. Sunday, July 10, 2011 at the Turner & Son Funeral Home in Hillsboro. Burial, with military honors presented by the Highland County Honor Guard, will follow in the Hamer Township Cemetery. Friends may call on Saturday from 5 - 8 p.m. at the Turner & Son Funeral Home in Hillsboro. Lynchburg Masonic Lodge #178 Memorial Services and Scottish Rite Valley of Cincinnati Ring Services will be held at 7:45 p.m. Saturday at the funeral home. The Turner and Son Funeral Home, Hillsboro, served the family.
Daniel Lee Ogden, 22, Fayetteville, Oh., died Sunday, July 3, 2011. He was a 2007 Fayetteville High School graduate and a 2011 Wilmington College graduate where he earned a bachelors degree in Business and Marketing with honors. Daniel was born Oct. 9, 1988 in Cincinnati, the son of Dennis Lee and Barbara Lynn (Raley) Ogden of Fayetteville. In addition to his parents, he is survived by his girlfriend - Amy Simington of Fayetteville, paternal grandparents - Lowell and Lillian Ogden of Georgetown, maternal grandparents - Euel Arvil Raley and wife Ann of Hazel Green, Al., and Marie Gumm and husband Myrle of Corbin, Ky., maternal great grandfather -Thomas Lee Morton of London, Ky., and three uncles - Myrle Gumm, Jr. and wife Lisa, Jerry Wayne Gumm and Richard Ogden and wife Susan. Services will be held at 10 a.m. Saturday, July 9, 2011 at the Cahall Funeral Home in Georgetown where Pastor Dave Sherwood will officiate. Interment will be in the Confidence Cemetery in Georgetown. A luncheon will be held at the Lake Lorelei Lodge in Fayetteville, Oh., immediately following the committal services at the cemetery. The Cahall Funeral Home, Georgetown, served the family.
Robert Allan Ross, 78, Fayetteville, Oh., died on Wednesday, June 29, 2011. He was born Jan. 5, 1933. He was a technical writer - ABB and a navy veteran. He is survived by his daughter, Becky Thomas of Indiana, sons, Charles Ross of Savoy, Il., Dave Ross, Michael Ross, and Tony Ross all of Indiana and Scott Ross of Colorado Springs, Co., brother, Jerry Wagner; 11 grandchildren; 3 greatgrandchildren. Preceded in death by a son, Robbie Ross, his mother, Leona Andrews, his father, Roland Valentino Ross, his step-father, Tony Wagner and a brother, TJ Ross. The family will receive friends from 6 - 8 p.m. on Sunday, July 10, at the Egbert Funeral Home. Funeral service will be at 1 p.m. Monday, July 11, at Dayton National Cemetery, interment Dayton National Cemetery. Memorial donations in Robert's memory may be made to the Shriners Hospitals for Children or Lions Club International. The Egbert Funeral Home, Mt. Orab, served the family.
Ruth Mullikin, 90 Ruth Mullikin, 90, formerly of Brown County, passed away Saturday, July 2, 2011. Ruth was born March 14, 1921 in Maysville, Ky., to the late John and Birdie (Henson) Cracrapt. Ruth was preceded in death by her parents, daughters: Nina Fay, and Linda Waugh; son: Wayne Mullikin; son-in-law: Larry Maxwell; sisters: Naoma and Cora Hay; and her husband: Hanley Mullikin Sr.. Ruth is survived by her daughters: Barbara Maxwell of Ripley, Marlene Mullikin of Xenia; son: Hanley Mullikin Jr. (Nancy) of Waynesville; 13 grandchildren, 1 step granddaughter and 15 great-grandchildren, 1 step great granddaughter, and one great, great grandson. Funeral services were held Wednesday July 6, 2011. Interment followed the service at the Shannon Cemetery in Shannon, Ky. The McColaugh Funeral Home, Xenia, served the family.
Jerry Lynn Wear, 61 Jerry Lynn Wear, 61, died Monday, July 4, 2011. He was born on Oct. 6, 1949 to the late Charles and Ardell Wear of Portsmouth, Oh. He was the beloved husband of Sheila D. Wear, father of Jason Ryan (Angie) Wear, Denyia Gott, Michelle (Sean) Gott, and Jennifer (Tony) West, grandfather of Justin, Brittney, Amanda, Courtney, Andrew, Gabriel, Jeremy, Sammi Jo, and Joslyn, brother of Michael (America) Wear, Judy (Keith) Smith, Vicki (Lee) Daily, and Carol (Phil) Cassidy, also survived by many nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends. Services are Saturday, July 9, 2011 at 10 a.m. at E.C. Nurre Funeral Home, Amelia. Interment at Clover Cemetery. The E.C. Nurre Funeral Home, Amelia, served the family.
Dennis Ray Murphy, 49 Dennis Ray Murphy, 49, passed away on Monday, June 27, 2011. He was born on July 25, 1961. He is survived by his mother, Paula and his two children, Erik and Evan. He was preceded in death by his father, Ray. Services were held Friday, July 1, 2011 followed by burial in Bethel-Tate Township Cemetery in Bethel. The Beam-Fender Funeral Home, Sardinia, served the family.
James F. Hafner, 85 James F. Hafner, 85 of Russellville, Oh., passed away Thursday, June 30, 2011. He was born April 4, 1926 in Cincinnati, the son of the late Harold and Bridgett A. (Hines) Hafner. He was also preceded in death by his wife Wanda and his brother Harold Hafner Jr. He was a heavy equipment operator and US Army WWII veteran. Surviving him are 4 sons,Russell and his wife Jeanette Pollard of Mt. Orab, Jack Hafner of Hamersville, James Hafner Jr of Nevel, Oh., and John Hafner of Amelia, 4 daughters, Jeanette and her husband Patrick Jones of New Richmond, Loraine Masters of Amelia, Jennifer Hicks of Russellville and Julie Apking of West Chester, Oh., 13 grandchildren and 1 great grandson. Services were Wednesday July 6, 2011 where Dan Lawson officiated. Burial was at the Linwood Cemetery in Russellville. In Lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be made to the Donor's Choice. The Meeker Funeral Home, Russellville, served the family.
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WHAT HEART? I want you to consider something today as I go into this message on the heart. I want you to consider that your soul has the same parts as your body. Go with me to Luke 16:19. “There was a certain rich man, which was clothed in purple and fine linen, and fared sumptuously every day: And there was a certain beggar named Lazarus, which was laid at his gate, full of sores, and desiring to be fed with the crumbs which fell from the rich man’s table: moreover the dogs came and licked his sores. And it came to pass, that the beggar died, and was carried by the angels into Abraham’s bosom: the rich man also died, and was buried; And in hell he lift up his eyes, being in torments, and seeth Abraham afar off, and Lazarus in his bosom. And he cried and said, Father Abraham, have mercy on me, and send Lazarus, that he may dip the tip of his finger in water, and cool my tongue; for I am tormented in this flame. But Abraham said, Son, remember that thou in thy lifetime receivedst thy good things, and likewise Lazarus evil things: but now he is comforted, and thou art tormented. And beside all this, between us and you there is a great gulf fixed: so that they which would pass from hence to you cannot; neither can they pass to us, that would come from thence.” We can see that the beggar Lazarus went to Paradise where he was comforted but the rich man went to hell where he was tormented. Their bodies were buried but yet they could see and recognize each other. Notice also that the rich man mentioned Lazarus’ finger and then his own tongue. Those are body parts. However remember their bodies are not there. Their bodies are in graves. Therefore what we are talking about are their souls and soul consciousness. We can conclude from this that the soul is identical to the body in appearance and has conscious awareness. Notice also that the rich man’s soul was tormented and Lazarus’s soul was comforted just like the physical body can be tormented or comforted. The rich man said to send Lazarus that he may dip his finger in water and cool his tongue. So they had eyes to see with, fingers to touch with, tongues to talk with, minds to think with, and if you read fur-
DR. CHARLES SMITH MT. ORAB BIBLE BAPTIST CHURCH www.bbcmtorab.com ther, emotions to feel with. If you could take your soul out of your body you would find that they look just alike. Upon death your soul does in fact leave your body and it goes directly to one of two places, heaven or hell. If you are saved the Bible tells us in II Corinthians 5:8 that to be absent from the body is to be present with the Lord. Knowing that and the fact that the soul parts and the body parts are alike I want you now to consider the heart. Go with me to Genesis 6:5: “And God saw that the wickedness of man was great in the earth, and that every imagination of the thoughts of his heart was only evil continually.” He said: “the thoughts of his heart” speaking of the heart of his soul. These people were wicked through and through. In Romans 10:10 it says: “For with the heart man believeth unto righteousness...” It is not the heart of your body with which you believe; it is the heart of your soul. Decisions are not made in the head. The head is the computer which stores information but it is the heart of the soul which makes the decisions. Everything concerning going to heaven is depending on the heart of your soul. When the Bible talks about your heart it is not talking about a physical heart that you can change with a heart transplant. John 4:24 tells us that God is a Spirit. Howbeit, God has a heart which can be grieved. It continues in Genesis 6:6 with: “And it repented the LORD that he had made man on the earth, and it grieved him at his heart.” The wickedness of the heart of man’s soul is the big problem. However Romans 10:9 states: “That if thou shalt confess with thy mouth the Lord Jesus, and shalt believe in thine heart that God hath raised him from the dead, thou shalt be saved.” Amen and Amen!
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Kuttler/Dikeman share vows Mark and Samone Kuttler, Winchester, and Rick and Rhea Dikeman, Cincinnati are pleased to announce the marriage of their children, Chelsey Kuttler and Willie Dikeman. Chelsey and Willie were married in a private ceremony on Saturday, May 28, 2011 at the Park of Roses in Columbus, Oh. The couple met while attending The Ohio State University (OSU). Willie graduated from OSU on Sunday, June 12, 2011 with a bachelor of science in Anthropological Sciences, and currently works at COSI. Chelsey will be a senior at OSU this fall, and is majoring in Biology. The happy couple honeymooned in Mexico, and enjoyed a wedding reception upon their return. They plan to reside in Columbus, Oh. The Brown County Press would like to congratulate Mr. and Mrs. Dikeman on their recent marriage.
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Chester Greene, Georgetown, a retiree from the Western brown School District, attended the Hamersville Alumni Dinner and program on Saturday, June 25, 2011. The class of 1961 was the featured class for their 50th anniversary. Other classes also recognized were the classes of 1971, 1966, 1956, 1951, 1946, 1941, and 1936.Then on Sunday, June 26, the 1961 class had a picnic at the United Methodist Church, Mt. Nebo, Oh., which was presided over by Perry Ogden.
Area residents participate in Buckeye Girls State The following area residents participated in Buckeye Girls State, sponsored by the American Legion Auxiliary of Ohio, from Sunday, June 12 to Saturday, June 18 at the University of Mount Union in Alliance, Ohio. Crystal Squires of Bethel served as state representative. Kayla Edwards of Blanchester served as director of the legislative service commission. Aubrey Malott of Blanchester served as city doctor. Morgan Alexander of Georgetown served as city councilman. Emily Pittman of Georgetown served as city firefighter. Madison Buck of Hamersville served as state representative. Mariah Powell of Manchester served as city board of health. Lydia Tissandier of Midland served as judge of the court of appeals.
Hannah Liming of Mt Orab served as city director of public service. Heather Liming of Mt Orab served as city auditor. Kayla Eichner of Ripley served as city police officer. The purpose of Buckeye Girls State is to educate young girls who are juniors in high school the duties, privileges, rights and responsibilities of American citizenship. It is an opportunity for them to live together as self-governing citizens and participate in the actual functioning of their government. Buckeye Girls State, an Americanism Program with 900 high school junior girls participating, is designed to educate the citizens of tomorrow in city, county and state government functions and operations. For more information about Buckeye Girls State, visit www.buckeyegirlsstate.org or contact Shelley Riggs at (740) 454-2663 or email@example.com.
Eastern Schools honor staff The faces of the Eastern School District will look a little different next year. We will be missing some familiar faces. On the last work day, Jeannie Beighle, Shirley Arn, Gracie Doss, and Alan Simmons were honored for their service and dedication to the Eastern School District. Their years of service to the Eastern District ranged from 32 to 11. Thank you for your dedication to the Eastern District! Pictured is Shirley Arn, 3rd grade teacher at Russellville, who retired with 32 years.
EHS fourth quarter honor roll 9th grade: Nathan Bixler, Madeline Bornstein, Aimee Boudreau, Emily Braun, Clay Broughton, Curtis Burns, Katelyn Chaney, Alexandria Davis, Betty Duffey, Allison Gast, Billy Grayless,Landan Hauke, Logan Hauke, Hannah Henning, David Kieffer, Kyle Meeker, Connor Patrick, Erica Pflueger, Darcie Prather, Jessica Puckett, Carina Reeves, Kate Rockey, Harley Shepard, Dustin Shuemake, Foster Simpson, Jensen Tripp, Abigail Troutman and Jacob Wright. 10th grade: Alex Brewer, Jennifer Durbin, Laura Ernst, Erin Fetters, Autumn Gaffin, Jacob Granger, Lindsey Hopkins, Tisha Howlett, Maria Johnson, Hailee Lainhart, Shelby Mullins, Caitlyn Murrell, Michaela Pitts, Nicole Powers, Kali Spires, Megan Staggs, Emily Turner, Christian Walker, Dustin
Yockey and Sydney Yockey. 11th grade: Dakota Bailey, Heather Bayer, Megan Bollman, Brittany Clark, Chris Cook, Jessica Cook, Macie Cooper, Trevor Corboy, Taylor Doss, Hannah Fetters, Tiffany Gilvin, Curtis Holton, Jonathan McCormick, Emily Meese, Ethan Mullins, Kristina Music, Haylee Neu, Allison Prine, Kayla Ratliff, Garrison Reeves, and April Warman. 12th grade: Lauren Ballou, Christina Burns, Tyler Cartmell, Emily Ernst, Hannah Granger, Alicia Green, Billie Kratzer, Brooke Lawson, Nicole Lay, Kyle McDade, Christina McKenzie, Sara Morris, Andrea Neu, Nick Opp, Allison Poettker, Kaylee Purdy, Carly Ratliff, Dylan Scott, Emily Tatman, Brooke Taylor, Bethany Throckmorton, Kristen Tucker, Kaitlyn Tyler, Courtney Wagel, Heather Wallingford, Rebecca Worley and Amber Yockey.
Out and about with Red Oak Mary BY Mary Howelett Red Oak columnist Congratulations to Jim and Doris Wells in celebration of their 60th wedding anniversary. Really that does not seem possible for those two young-at-hearts, but then they did just have a new great grandchildren twins born, but that does not make you older, does it? **** Congratulations to another young-at-heart couple Carol and Buddy Elliott. They will be celebrating Sunday July 10th at their home 215 E. Main St in Russellville. Everyone is invited to attend. **** Congratulations to newlyweds Chelsey Kuttler and Willie Dikeman. Chelsey may have been too young to have many roots set in the Red Oak area but great grandma Hazel is still remembered. **** Sincere sympathy to the family of Dutch Williams. Years ago he ran or had something to do with what has been called Liberty Park Dairy Bar of Russellville. During that time he served the very best apple dumpling that I have ever tasted. Nor have I tasted one that delicious since. Sincere sympathy to the family, friends, and loved ones of Dutch Williams. **** Sincere sympathy to Larry O’Hara on the loss of brother Dan. Years ago Larry, his family, and I fellowshipped together in Mt. Orab and at New Hope, during a time of great growth in the knowledge of the Lord. Sincere sympathy at this time to all the family, friends, and loved ones of Dan O’Hara. **** Sincere sympathy to my friend Foresta on the death of brother Sam. Many blessings to you and your family Foresta. **** Sincere sympathy to the family of Lura Denniston. Though I did not know her or husband Ray I will always remember them for their extremely beautiful vegetable garden that I always greatly admired.
Sincere sympathy to family, friends, and loved ones. The second mayor’s concert is being held Saturday, July 16 from 6-10 p.m. in the Third Street Community Park. The park is very nice and many thanks to all who made it possible. This concert is being held in conjunction to the opening to the opening of the new Main Street Market Place Farmer’s Market.Saturday July 9, 2011 will be the 28th annual Decatur Day in the park! Mom loved going up to Decatur on that day, well, any day but especially that day. The lineup sounds very nice with many varieties of entertainment provided including a baby show sponsored by the Russellville Firecrackers 4H Club. The parade starts at 11am. Dunking Booth and Split pot. For non-food booths call Mike Mason 937-373-3605 or for food booths call Brian Day 937-515-7519 **** Happy Community Stitchers are now meeting at the Rambler Center in Russellville. This seems to be working out well as all materials are in one room and stay there in the same room. The hours are the same Tuesday from 9-1pm. You are invited to become a part of this mission outreach. For more information call Berta at 937-3775042. **** Sunday starts a series of four New Richmond Antique and Craft Show Days. **** Also, Sunday at the Red Oak Presbyterian Church Barbara Jean Havens is scheduled to speak. **** This past week this little ole dirt road girl had the immense pleasure of realizing a long-term dream and participating in that dream as the third meeting of the newly formed writer's group met at the Ohio River Valley Artist Guild building in Washington, Ky. In fact, the group is so new that as of yet they have no official name. Anyway, you are invited to come and join, participate or listen and learn. The writer's are writing from a variety of backgrounds and of travels whether of the world or locally
located former dirt roads. This truly has been a dream long dreamed that has manifested. **** The Adams County Fair is coming up July 17. **** Congratulations to two Red Oak girls that I have missed over the years, along with their parents. They are Lora and Emily Wright. Lora recently graduated with her Masters of Health Care Administration from the University of Kentucky and is employed at UK Medical Center as a Surgical Oncology Administrator. Emily recently earned her degree from Ohio State University and from the Austin E, Knowlton School of Architecture. This fall Emily will be entering the Master of Architecture program at the School of Art Institute of Chicago. Miss Emily and Miss Lora, along with their talented parents were/are a joy to know and fellowship with. **** Sincere sympathy to the family, friends, and loved ones of Wendell Parker. **** Congratulations to Emily Craycraft for graduating with two degrees from Ohio State University. It just seems yesterday that her Dad was working at the grocery store in Russellville and now here he and Juliann, are in the lineup for the great grand parenting thing. Congratulations to all. **** I am praying that you all enjoyed the warm 4th of July. This year the ole dirt road girl bit the bullet and attended some of the festivities such as the thought-provoking Praising in the Park held in the afternoon. **** As usual, the Lions Club did an excellent job providing entertainment for everyone, many thanks to Bill Robinson of R.O.C.K.S Ripley for providing the sound system and to all who worked on that committee. What a great variety talent and artist the Ripley and southern Ohio has to offer. I am very proud of all!
Sadly, I missed the Liberty Park Band and the talent show though I had made plans to attend that day also. I am a great admirer of all the members of the Liberty Band. One of the exciting moments for me was again hearing Pam Maynard Green's husband and his twin sons singing. Oh Man Oh Man. It is funny that sometimes you really don't know that you have missed something so much until it again appears. At one time, though sadly I have missed many of them lately-mainly because I forget to write the schedule down, the Greens have attended the Brown County Singing Convention. Now they have a new joy as they have adopted a toddler and are enjoying the curiosity of a young one. Best wishes to all!!! And many blessings!!! **** Happy birthday to you if it is indeed your birthday and to Joe Shelton Jr., Gordon Clancy, J.R. Gelter, Marshall Hardyman, Maria McFadden Finley, Lisa Purdon, Adelyn Bolender, Ernest Gilliland, Vicki Blair Carrington, Clifford Truesdale, Paul Starrett, Paula Starrett, David Webber, James H. Gilliland, Jarred Pelletier, Dan Kirk, Paul Fisher, Ramona Pennington Carr, Sandra F, Black, Lori Dakin Godby, Dad’s best man Arthur Hardyman, Aunt Ethel Shelton, Bryd township trustee Shannon Wagoner, country neighbor Rick Wiles, Dawna Wilson Weaver, Samuel E. Doty, Jarred Pelletier, first cousin once removed John Joseph Shelton, Jr. In the meantime, let me say Happy Birthday to you if your name has been lost somewhere you know the solution to this mess please call me at 937-392-4261 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Happy happy anniversary to Judy and Jerome Gallenstein Many blessings to the Byrd Township Trustee for fixing the roads. Not only did they fix the roads they did so in the middle of a sudden, and thankfully somewhat short, thunderstorm. Now that is true dedication.
Schools working together David Steward, a senior intern with Jim Wilson carpentry teacher at Southern Hills Career and Technical Center, made wooden blocks for Hamersville Pre-Kindergarten. The students are very excited and gracious for all the time David and Mr. Wilson put into creating their blocks. Students use blocks to recreate the world around them. They work together and learn to cooperate with others. Amy Weil, Jennifer Eagan, and Kellie Day Hamersville Pre-Kindergarten Staff would like to thank Mr. Wilson and David for all their hard work. Pictured are: Lily Dean and Brenden Hacker prekindergarten students with David Steward.
Turkelson receives Master License of Cosmetology Shelby Turkelson recently received her Master License of Cosmetology. Her continuous education has proven to be successful. She is trained in the latest haircuts, coloring techniques, skin care, and makeup. She was involved with the Maysville Players as a stylist and makeup artists for the production of 'A Tuna Christmas' and 'The Boys Next Door'. Shelby is employed at Lasting Impressions Salon & Spa in downtown Maysville.
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The Mount Orab Lions Club installed their officers for 20112012, at the Lions Club shelter in town. President Lion Arnie Conwell; 1st Vice President Lion Duane Smith; 2nd Vice President Mark Slack; 3rd Vice President Lion Seth Partin ; Secretary/Treasurer PDG Elaine Newberry; Lion Tamers Jesses and Duane Smith; Director’s Charles Holt; Jimmy Neal; Floyd Newberry Jr.; Carroll Wallace; Randall Paton; Membership Donnie Pursely; Betty Jo Miller; Brenda Huddle; Tail Twister’s Mark Slack and Bob Richmond; Past President PDG Bob Richmond. The Mount Orab Lions Club meets on 2nd and 4th. Monday at 6:0 pm at the New Harmony Masonic Lodge, 110 S. High St., Mount Orab. If you would like to attend a meeting contact Lion Bob Richmond 444-4791. Pictured above are outgoing President Lion PDG Bob Richmond, 2011-20012 Incomig President Lion Arnie Conwell.
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Brown County K-9 Renegades News BY Kayla Cady The Brown County Press
thon. Kayla Tomlin and her dog Sammy took 1st place in Sub-Novice B, and 1st place in Rally, and 5th place in Skill-a-thon. High point for toy breed
Kayla Cady and her dog Josie took 5th place in Novice B, 3rd place in You and Your Dog , 5th place in Sr. Showmanship B with her dog Barney. Autumn Purcell and her
dog Lily took 1st place in Sub-Novice A, and 2nd place in Sr. Showmanship A, 3rd place in Rally, 3rd place in Skill-a-thon, and High point in Obedience, and High point in Mix Breed.
Cahall makes Dean's List at Centre College Clinton Cahall, Georgetown has been named to the dean's list for the winter/spring term at Centre College in Danville, Ky., an honor reserved for students who maintain at least a 3.60 grade point average. Cahall is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Roland Cahall and is a graduate of Georgetown Jr Sr High School.
The most recent inductees into Southern State’s PTK honor society include Brown County residents (front, l-r) Tara Wilson, Natasha Balas, Megan Scott, Haley Malott, Casey Tucker, Aletha Angelos, Lindsay Osborne, Donna Duncan, Laramie Wells; (back, l-r) Gregg Mullins, Josh Luck and Kiethan Boyd.
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Cody Pack*, Abbie Peskin, Adrian Peters, Laura Puckett*, Taylor Ring*, Joe Sandlin, Bradley Schumacher, Brittany Stapleton, Alexis Wahl*, Christina Warf,* Chandler Wenninger* Miranda White*, Lindsey Wiechman, Olivia Williams, Cynthia Wood*. GRADE 11 - Morgan Alexander*, Erin Bailey, Chelsea Bradley, Casey Carter* , Taylor Caudill, Sierra Colliver, Spencer Colliver, Zane Dixon,* Alina Gross*, Sarah Hamilton, Jacob Johnson, Hannah Jones*, Whitney Kistler, Courtney Koehler, Larissa Koetters, Heather Mason, Juliana Nogueira, Aida Niyazbek*, Sophia Oliveira, Emily Pittman, Alicia Richmond, Elani Sininger, Dylan Taylor*, Evan Turner , Tanner Turner, Holly Van Keuren, Spencer Weinman. GRADE 10 - Jesse Adamson, Emily Allen, Linda Blessing, Cody Burton, Tom Cropper, Kyle Damen*, Courtney Darnall, Amber Decker, Heidi Fancher, Caty Fussnecker*, Angel Gillespie, Kylie Gleason, Cody Hacker, Sydney Helbling, Brittany Holland, Sara Houston, Justin Johnson, Kaelyn Jordan, Jessica Kidwell*, Veronica Lawrence*, Nicholas Lewis, Nathan Lewis, Devin Taylor Lin kous, Livengood, Paige Luck, Nick McAfee, Trent McFarland, Charles McKenzie, Hannah Mount, Brianna Neff, Brittany Neff, Madison Pack, Joe Paul, Cierra Ratliff, Austin Rust, Quin Sandlin, Nina Schroder, Morgan Steele, Banon Swartz, Jennifer Wardlow, Abigail West*, Bradley Zurbuch. GRADE 9 - Kaitlyn Bentley, Kourtney Bruton, James Burns, Elijah Cochran*, Dakota Colliver, Ieshia Croswait, Jackie Davis*,
C linton Evans, Alicia Gifford, Cheyanne Gilliam, Megan Hatfield, Antonio Hill, Douglas Johnson, Shayne Jones*, Dawnya Keith, Devin Kern, Allison Kistler, Morgan Meranda, Morgan Ott, Sabrina Parker, Caitlyn Richey, Lauren Ring, Michele Schmidt, Amber Snider, Cassandra Starrett. Vincent Strickland, Meranda Sullivan, Clay Wenninger, Chloe Whaley, Becca Whitaker, Kara White, Jerod Young. GRADE 8 - Alexa Baker, Broadwell, Morgan Daniel Cowdrey*, Jake Cropper, Darienne Doss, Kennedy Ecker, Carlee Ellis, Morgan Gast, Cameron Gregory, Jessica Griffith, Mariah Harvey, Veronica Johnson, Jordan Kattine, Dylan Latham, Clinton McElroy, Aaron McFerron, Ashley McKinney, Jacob Miller*, Jessie Mootz*, Tanner Pack, Will Paul, Ian Peskin, Summer Schroder, Kasey Spires, Savanna Swartz, Shalane VanWinkle, David Ward*, Courtney Wiechman, Ma thew Williams*, Elizabeth Williams*. GRADE 7 - Tyler Adams, Ethan Alexander, Shelby Ast, Stephanie Ayers, Allison Bailey, Jacob Cady, Cailen Clark, Ryan Cofrancesco, Kode Cook, Kelsey Crawford, Rachael Daniel, Sierra Evans, Tyler Fox, Sydney Fussnecker, Kelsey Gleason*, Dakota Gray, Shelby Griffith*, Brendan Hatfield, Kiley Hyde, Lorrin Hrack*, Bailey Johnson*, Sariah Jones, Chad Lambert, Kristan Manning, D arla McKinzie*, Kelsey Miller*, Amanda Poff*, Harrison Pollock, Alexis Ring, Kalamity Spencer, Johnathon Sturgill, Dakota Varney, Kaitlyn Ward, Dakota Werner, Cierra,Young*.
SSCC offers continuing education, announces winners SSCC is offering continuing education classes over the summer. On June 10 three names were drawn from the people who had registered for a Fall art class. Each recipient won a Southern State Community College tote bag of goodies.Congratulations to Mary K., Donna L., and Lisa W.! Fall art class schedules are listed below. Three more winners will be chosen on July 8, and you could easily be one! Register for a fall art class and get entered in our prize draw-
Fischer and Nuhn honored at Sports Leadership banquet Eighth graders Morgan Fischer and Logan Nuhn are this year’s recipients of the Junior High Sports Leadership Awards presented at the Hamersville School Athletic Department’s annual awards banquet. Recipients of the award had to participate in at least two sports in both their seventh and eighth grade years; follow school rules; maintain at least an 85 percent grade average in each subject; exemplify good moral character; display leadership in school and as a team member; cooperate with coaches, teachers, students and fellow athletes; develop athletic
Shaina Wheeler named to Dean's List
Georgetown Jr.-Sr. High School 4th quarter honor roll Georgetown Jr-Sr High School Principal, Perianne Germann, is pleased to announce that 200 students in grades 7-12 achieved Honor Roll status for the 4th quarter. To achieve Honor Roll status, students must attain a grade point average of 3.30 (B+) for the 3rd quarter. Of the 200 students, 64 received all A’s (4.0 GPA) and were named to the Principal’s Honor Roll. These students are indicated with an asterisk. GRADE 12 - Abigail Adams, Kayla Braswell, Stella Carrington*, Emily Cowdrey, Eryn Cowdrey, Ben Cropper, Katie Day* Angelina DeFosse*, Samantha DeMaris, Perriane Dixon, Samantha Fetters*, Natasha Goecke, Kirsten Grant*, Carson Hall, J.T. Harry, Amanda Jelley,* Jesse Johnson, Megan King *, Tyler Marks*, Danielle Marino, Billy McElroy, Jacob McKinney Alex Mell, Ali Moe, Zachary Neff, Samantha Ogle,
Amanda McQueary with her dogs Gunner & Shiloh, Madison Layton her dog Bentley, Kayla Tomlin her dog Sammy, Kayla Cady her dogs Barney & Josie, and Autumn Purcell her dog Lily.
Local residents inducted into PTK honor society The membership of one of higher education’s most recognized honor societies, Phi Theta Kappa (PTK), was enhanced by the induction of several new members at a June 3 ceremony in The Patriot Center at Southern State Community College’s Central Campus in Hillsboro. Founded in 1918, PTK honors academic achievement in two-year colleges. To be considered for membership, a student needs to maintain a minimum 3.5 cumulative grade point average and carry at least 24 credit hours. Southern State’s local chapter, Alpha Omicron Eta, is one of nearly 1,000 chapters in two-year colleges around the world. Membership in Phi Theta Kappa—like its parallel for four-year colleges, Phi Beta Kappa—increases scholarship opportunities, job opportunities and acceptance in univer-
ing! New Microsoft Courses Sharpen or upgrade your Microsoft skills! Courses are offered online and will run in July and August. Cost: $60. Topics include: - Excel: Charts, Charts, & More Charts - 7/12, 9-11 am - Moving to Windows 7 7/20, 9-11 am - Excel Pivot Tables - 7/27, 9-11am - Using Excel to Manage Finances - 8/3, 9-11 am - Moving to Office 2010 8/10, 9-11 am
Register Now for Art Classes Classes are forming now for Fall. South Campus is offering Basic Drawing, Beginning or Advanced Watercolor, Stained Glass, Fused Glass Jewelry, and Ceramics. The Fayette Campus is offering Beginning & Intermediate Watercolor classes at Fayette Art, a local retail store. Basic Drawing will be offered at both North and Fayette campuses, two nights per week. Early registrants will be automatically entered in a drawing for a tote bag filled with goodies!
Bellarmine University has named Bethel resident Shaina Wheeler to the dean's list for spring 2011. Wheeler is a sophomore student majoring in pre-nursing. Wheeler previously attended Bethel Tate High School. The dean's list recognizes students who receive a grade point average of 3.5 or above on a 4.0 scale.
skills through practice and competition; use athletic abilities wisely and effectively; and make important contributions to their teams’ performances. Morgan is the daughter of Tim and Dianna Fischer. Logan is the son of Bernie and Michele Nuhn. In addition to these students, all of our athletes were recognized with sport pins, letters, or both at the banquet.
Jarrin Taul is WC Awards recipient Ripley resident, Jarrin L. Taul, is the recipient of an $8,500 Wilmington College Academic Achievement Award and a Multicultural Award in the amount of $3,000 per year. Taul is a 2011 graduate of Ripley-Union-Lewis High School where his main activities and honors included: basketball (four years), soccer (four years), FFA (one year), FCCL (four years), DECA (2 years) and Who’s Who Among American Students.
Mt. Orab Elementary would like to announce the 4th Quarter Honor Roll The fourth quarter honor roll for Mt. Orab Elementary is as follows: Third Grade: Todd’s Faust’s class: Sydni Barnes, Elizabeth Booth, Jami Brossenne, Thomas Guthrie, Taylor Lewis, Josh McKinley, Brandon Partin, Brooke Smith, Gage Strunk, Jarrett Thatcher, Samarra Wagoner and Christian Whisner. Keri Hall’s class: Nathan Akers, Alyssa Craig, Scott Enzweiler, Anna Farley, Kassie Haney, Dylan Kidd, Ian Shaffer, Alyssa Spears, Diana Stanze, Tabor Tesmer and Morgan Wright. Paula Kohus’ class: Tori Brewer, Paige Correll, Taylor Hinkle, Samantha Jones, Hannah Longbottom, Austin Maggard, Exra Marlow, Kiley Martindale, Kiya Matthew, Clay McIntosh, Adam Mugnaini, Alexis Weber and Alyssa Williams. Lightner’s class: Kristi Carrington Adams, Dekaetah Ballard, Kameron Blank, Elizabeth Bolender, Corey Fannin, Jacob Finn, Jade Jones, McKenzie Leeth, Nicholas, Lipps, Kayleigh McCarty, Sierra McGinnis, Kyra Napier, Kaylee Planck, Logan Reedy, Aliyah Tenkotte, Isabella Tesmer and Isaac Trevino. Becky Rymer’s class: Will Bishop, Kylee Bowman, Ethan Brooks, Evan Brooks, Alexandria Buttree, Hope Carey, Colton Carroll, Keegan Collins, Kaleb Franklin, Gustavo Guitron, Jarrett Ingle, Jillian Korte, Ty Lucas, Kayden Reed, Megan Richman and Tanin Wallace. Stephanie Williford’s class: Anneliese Blevins, Jordan Cooper, Kiley Fox, Cole Garlesky, Isabella Hall, Cailyn Kohus, Jessica Kursim, Kaylee Loudon, Vanessa Martin, Joseph Stillwell, Coltron Townley, Nicholas Wilson and Sidney Womacks.
Fourth Grade: Andrea Britton’s class: Emma Chalker, Stephanie Cook, Matt Davidson, Darcy Howser, Eryk Jones, Tyler Large, Jordan Lind, Kailey Lohrum, Madison Lucas, Brianna Purvis, Ryan Sizemore and Emily Smith. Carrie Dowler’s class: Blake Barr, James Carnes, Cory Fields, Chloe Fox, Sevanna Haggerty, Brianna Hughes, Summer Jamison, Kaydie Lopez, Makayla McCaffery, Kailey Moon, Dominic Richey, Shelbi Stacey, Savannah Stephens, Siara Swisher, Lexi Wallace and Alexis Zinkhen. Nancy Hall’s class: Claudia Books, Erin Chaney, Austin Coffey, Ty Crall, Kyla Dawes, Tanner Donathan, P.J. Fiscus, Ava Hayslip, Brandon Herrle, Schyler Jacobs, Evan Luttrell, Austin Mingua, Daniel Newberry, Abbie Peace, Drew Pierce Shelley Herrmann’s class: Colton Akers, Hope Becker, Sharon Clifton, Tre Cook, Jacqueline Correll, Chloe Dawson, Gabrielle Garcia, Holly Gillham, Nikki Howard, Clayton Lucas, Haley Lunsford, Austin Parrett, Danielle Perry, Emilee Riley, Josh Taylor, Mariah Weaver and Hunter Ziegelmeier. Linda Lawwill’s class: Cassidy Asbury, Madison Boshears, Dylan Frey, Blake Hurt, Carson Jones, Kelsey Morgan, Vincent Whitaker and Jenna Wilson. Julie Roger’s class: Chase Easterling, Keara Little, Lorianda Locke, Morgan Locker, Gabe Ryan, Tristin Smith, Austin Stigers and Joey Weaver.
Kathy Sapp’s class: Faith Becker, Lydia Behler, Kenzie Boemer, Ethan Edelen, Austin Fetters, Olivia Frambes, Kaitlyn Keller, Austin Kirk, Evan Lykins, Sydney McFarland and Maddie Slack. Andi Vance’s class: Anthony Herrle, Tasha Kelly, Natalie Kibler, Sophia Leto, Becca Madden, Tommy Meese, Dylan Mosher, Dalton Novak, Hannah Osborne, Cassie Ranson, Gracie Scott and Hannah Smith. Castle: Andrew Arey, Christina Beck, Emily Benfield, Kia Clark, Kayla Grau, Christa Hopper, Jasmine Kiser, Trenton Kreimer, Andrew Roberts, Kiara Smith, Lexxie Sutter, Avery Swearingen, Jason Young, Logan White, Sarah Hubbard, and Chad Robinson.
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Local students Holbrook make MU President’s List graduates
Fite is WC Award Recipient Hamersville resident Emily L. Fite, daughter of Jeff and Becky Fite, is the recipient of a transfer honor award from Wilmington College. She plans to major in business administration. Fite is a 2009 graduate of Western Brown High School and earned her associates degree in 2011 from UC Clermont. She is a member of the Phi Sigma Theta National Honor Society.
Miami University students who achieved a perfect 4.0 grade point average for second semester 2010-11 have been named to the president's list recognizing academic excellence. Maria Katharine Bee, Bethel, Amy Jo Johnson, Blanchester, Heather Lee Young, Blanchester, Kyle Everett Kissick, Hamersville, Elizabeth Ramsey Heskett, Hillsboro.
Laura Holbrook graduated from Ohio State University on June 12, 2011 with a Bachelor of Science degree in health science. The commencement ceremony was held at Ohio Stadium. Laura graduated cum laude with a 3.68 grade point average. The pre-commencement ceremony for the the School of Allied Medical Professions was June 11 at the Archie M. Griffin Grand Ballroom in the Ohio Union. Laura will continue her education in the fall in the field of occupational therapy as a graduate student at the University of Indianapolis.
On Saturday June 11, 2011 5 members from the Brown County K-9 Renegades attended a fun match dog show in Clark County, Ohio. Amanda McQueary took 8th place with Gunner in Sub-Novice B, 2nd place in Rally with Gunner, 1st place with Shiloh in Showmanship, and 1st place in You and Your Dog Shiloh, Rally 5th place with Shiloh. High point in Showmanship, and High point in Non-Sporting. Madison Layton and her dog Bentley took 2nd place Sub-Novice A, and 1st place in Intermediate Showmanship A, 1st place in Rally, 3rd place in Skill-a-
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First Blue Mold Found in US The first blue mold found in the United States in 2011 was reported this past weekend. The find was in Pennsylvania and is not much of a threat for Southern Ohio. The National Forecasting
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other diseases. Also, insect damage can be very costly if not controlled in a timely manner. So scout the fields closely for problems. In most cases, the earlier you take action the better. The use of preventative insecticides and fungicides are not cheap until you have an outbreak. These tools are like insurance to some degree. The use of Ridomil Gold in a field with known black shank is a good production practice in addition to varieties that have resistance. The use of Admire or Platinum is good prevention for controlling aphids for the entire season. As we move toward the time when the crop begins to canopy in, you may want to consider using a fungicide to reduce the damage from target spot. There were several growers who had issues with target spot in the plants. This could show up again once the rows begin to close in and air flow is reduced. Quadris at lay-by could greatly reduce the amount of damage from target spot and also give you some added protection from blue mold should it creep into Southern Ohio later on this year. West Nile Virus Found in Ohio The first West Nile Virus was found in Columbus sometime during the week of June 20. The Ohio Department of Health put out a news release on June 23 explaining that the virus had been found in two mosquito pools, so the virus is available and the mosquitoes can transmit the virus.
The recommendations are to eliminate breeding sites for mosquitoes like standing water, water in old tires, unused flower pots, etc. Another recommendation is to use mosquito repellents when outdoors late in the evening until dawn, when mosquitoes are feeding. The repellents most often recommended contain DEET. In addition to the repellents, wearing long sleeve shirts, long pants and socks will also reduce the chances of bites. Don’t forget to protect your animals, too. Horses are a real concern with this virus. For more information about West Nile Virus you can visit Ohio State University Extension’s Ohioline at http://ohioline.osu.edu and search West Nile Virus, or the Ohio Department of Health at www.odh.ohio.gov. Local Pesticide Disposal Opportunity Over the years I have had a few calls with questions about how to legally get rid of unused pesticides. In many cases the pesticides were found cleaning out a garage or out building. Some cases it is by the person who bought the product and just has no further use for the portion remaining. In many cases it is children cleaning out for the parents. We are fortunate to have the Ohio Department of Agriculture offer a local collection site. I know the word local may seem a little off for some people in the Adams, Brown and Highland Counties, but it is a fairly central location for the three
counties. Other counties are also welcome to utilize this opportunity. The location will be the parking lot at the Eastern Brown HS which is located on US 62 about 1 mile south of SR 32. The date is Aug. 2 and they will be there from 10:30 a.m. until 2:30 p.m. If you have questions about this program send me an email at email@example.com or call in Adams County (937) 544-2339, in Brown call (937) 378-6716, or in Highland call (937) 393-1918. This is for pesticides not used containers. If you have used containers that you can’t get rid of check out this web
VBS at First Baptist Church in Mt. Orab First Baptist Church, Mt. Orab, will be having Big Apple Adventure Vacation Bible School on July 10 - 15 from 6:30 - 9 p.m. Children ages 3 (by Sept. 30, 2010) thru grade 6 are welcome to attend. Grab a cab and head to the Big Apple Adventure! Amid the exciting sights and sounds of the city, kids will learn that they can connect faith and life through a relationship with Jesus. During their day in the city, kids will visit Worship at Times Square and Bible Study at Battery Park. While touring the city they will also visit: Midtown Snacks, Missions Central, Music Backstage, Playground 1017 and the
HIV update for health professionals at the Gateway Center on August 4 BY Sue Basta Educational Programs Coordinator HEALTH-UC HEALTH-UC and the University of Cincinnati Area Health Education Center (AHEC) Program are presenting Hot Topics in HIV Care & Prevention for the Rural Community, an all-day continuing education program for nurses and other rural health professionals, on Thursday, August 4, 2011. This program will be held from 9:00 AM until 3:45 PM at the Appalachian Gateway Center, Southern State Community College –South (Fincastle) Campus. HEALTH-UC is once again teaming up with the University of Cincinnati Local Performance Site/ Pennsylvania/MidAtlantic AIDS Education and Training Center (UC LPS, PAMAAETC) to bring this program to our rural region. The program is supported by a grant from HRSA (HIV/AIDS Bureau, Health Resources and Services Administration, HRSA Grant No. H4AHA00060). The purpose of the program is to improve the effectiveness of healthcare for persons exposed to HIV and persons
and families living with HIV/AIDS in rural communities. The program will include content about current strategies for preventing or reducing HIV transmission to uninfected persons, current HIV treatment strategies, the impact of the rural Appalachian culture on HIV care, client advocacy, common health disparities for persons living with HIV in rural areas, and strategies for dealing with the stigma of living with HIV in a rural community. The program faculty will be Jan Stockton, RN, MSN, APN, AACRN and Julie Carr, RN, BSN, ACRN. Ms. Stockton is the Principal Research Assistant with the University of Cincinnati AIDS Clinical Trial Unit and Ms. Carr is the Program Manager for the Ryan White Program at the Portsmouth City Health Department. This program was designed for nurses (RNs, LPNs, APNs, and nurse practitioners) and would also be appropriate for physician’s assistants, pharmacists, and dental professionals. Nurses who attend at least 90% of this program and complete a program evaluation form will be awarded 5.25 contact hours. HEALTH-UC (#OH084/030114) is an approved
site on how to recycle them: http://www.acrecycle.org This is the address for the Ag Container Recycling Council. In the event you do not have computer access, the phone number is 877-952-2272. Local SOACDF Meetings Mark the dates on your calendar for upcoming meetings. Questions about the program can be answered by going on line at http://soacdf.net or by calling (937) 393-2700. • Thursday, July 7, 2011 at 2 p.m. Southern State Community College, US 62, Fincastle • Thursday, July 14, 2010 at 6:30 p.m. Southern Hills JVS, Hamer Rd., Georgetown
Site and date selected for disposal of old pesticides
provider of continuing nursing education by the Ohio Nurses Association (OBN-001-91), an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation. Due to the HRSA grant support, this program is being offered with a significantlyreduced registration fee. Advanced registration is necessary. For more information on the program and how to register, please call Cathy Siemer, Program Coordinator at the UC LPS, PAMAAETC at (513) 584-6868 or HEALTH-UC at (937) 378-4171.
Crafts District. During this week, from 7 - 9 p.m., teenagers (7th – 12th graders) can experience In Transit with Bible study and special activities planned just for them. This week of fun, food, and exciting learning opportunities is free of charge and open to everyone. Big Apple Adventure Vacation Bible School will be an event to remember! Come join us! Our church is located at 704 S. High St., Mt. Orab, OH. For more information, please visit our website www.fbcmtorab.org or contact the church office (937) 4442712.
Referee clinics to be held The Five Points Soccer Association for Youth will be holding two clinics for people to become certified to referee youth soccer games. To be eligible, referee candidates must be at least 13 years of age. Candidates must attend the 1day clinic and pass the test which will be given at the end of the clinic. The second referee clinic will be held on Saturday, July 23, 2011, from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m. at Southern State Community College in Hillsboro.
True Life Christian Church to hold VBS PandaMania on July 17-19 True Life Christian Church would like to invite you to this year’s Vacation Bible School PandaMania: Where God is wild about you. We will be holding VBS on July 17 -19 from 6 - 8 p.m. The location is at the Mt. Orab Park next to the police station. It is open for Preschool (2-5 years old) up to 5th Grade (grade just completed). We will be covering topics such as; God made
you, God watches over you, and God loves you no matter what. This VBS program is a wonderful way to help your child to explore God’s Word in new ways. You can be sure the activities are all specially designed for mixed-age groups, so younger children won’t be in over their heads. For more information call (937) 444-3800.
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Computerized Business and Medical Applications 900-Hour Business Program Grant Career Center, Bethel, OH, offers a full-time career training program of in-depth learning to prepare students with job skills to meet the demands of the current job market. This intensive nine-month training program prepares individuals to perform the duties of: Medical receptionists Administrative assistants Insurance billing representatives Medical administrative assistants Classes meet from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., Monday through Friday, August 24, 2011 through June 7, 2012. Tuition for the program is $5,550. There is a nonrefundable registration fee of $50. Tuition includes books, and Microsoft certification testing fees. Full-time programs require a high school diploma or GED. Financial aid is available to qualified applicants in the form of PELL Grants. For additional information or to schedule an appointment with the Financial Aid Administrator, call 513.734.6222 ext. 3228. Class size is limited. Register Now! For more information go to: www.grantcareer.com
Nancy Sanders, Edna Neal and Marlene Fradge attended the show at the Seaport World Trade Center. The theme of the 10th annual show was ‘This Glorious Earth’. There were a total of 307 artistic designs with exhibitors from 25 different countries.
Craft Show at Lake Lorelei Lake Lorelei will be having a craft show at the Clubhouse on Saturday, Nov. 5. from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sign up now for a table that is provided, cost is $15.00 This will be widely advertised and no admission fee for buyers. Call Gerry at (513) 8753851 for reservation slip. Lake Lorelei is located on state Route 131 near U.S. Route 50.
The ladies had one word to describe the show, it was “awesome”. The next show will be in Dublin, Ireland in 2014. The tour the ladies were on was five days and four nights aboard two Croswell Buses. The City of Boston has much rich history beyond the Revolutionary period. On the walking tour of Boston, the ladies visited the Old North Church which was built in 1723 and made famous by Paul Revere in 1775. It still remains an active episcopal congregation. The ladies climbed the Old North steeple to the room where Paul Revere worked as a bell ringer. The next day’s entertainment was a Newport Majestic cruise from Newport, RI. Though it was raining, the ladies enjoyed the driving tour of New York City and Greenwich Village.
Georgetown Garden Club members visit World Flower Show
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Three members of the Georgetown Garden Club attended the World Flower Show in Boston, MA.
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Returning Champion and Overall Winner Nathan Hauke, Top Female Walker Joyce Hauke, Top Male Walker Dan Reed and Top Female Runner Julia Glascock.
Returning Champion and Overall Winner Nathan Hauke, Top Female Walker Joyce Hauke, Top Male Walker Dan Reed and Top Female Runner Julia Glascock.
PRC 5K Run/Walk is a Success The bad weather held off for the 2nd Annual PRC 5K. The mission committee of the Sardinia Church of Christ sponsored the annual event. There were 41 runners and walkers that took off when the gun fired. The number of participants nearly doubled from the previous year. The PRC Executive Director Tamma Plymesser was present for the event and was very pleased with the turn out. The first participant crossed the finish line with a time of 17:07 and the final walker finished with a time of 1:21:12. First Place overall was runner Nathan Hauke who was the returning champion. His mother Joyce Hauke was the top overall walker. Top Female Runner was Julia Glascock. Top Male Walker was Dan Reed. The PRC 5K was held to benefit the Pregnancy Resource Center in Georgetown. The Pregnancy Resource Center is a NonProfit Christian Organization committed to helping those who find themselves in an unplanned pregnancy. The PRC recognizes a need to provide Christian compassion
and acceptance and to withhold attitudes of judgment and condemnation when serving clients in crisis. In such an atmosphere, seeds of accurate information, vital education, principles of discipline, and guidelines for correction can develop and flourish, resulting in whole individuals enjoying improved lifestyles. If you are interested in the PRC services or volunteering please contact the PRC at (937) 378-6853. The mission committee of the Sardinia Church of Christ would like to help fellow sponsors: Sardinia Fuel Mart, Ken’s Barber Shop, Huff Realty-David Troutman Realtor, Matrimoments.com, and Nancy Mays Photography for their generous donations. The committee would also like to thank the volunteers for their time and commitment. 5K Results Runner 12 and under: Female, 1st Naomie Allen, 2nd Lauren Lewis; Runner 12 and under: Male, 1st Jarrett Lewis, 2nd Damon Allen; Runner 20-29: Female, 1st Ashley Helbling, 2nd Ashley
Bohl; Runner 30-39: Male, 1st Nathan Hauke; Runner 40-49: Female, 1st Tracy McHenry; Runner 40-49: Male, 1st Phil Lawrence, 2nd Michael McHenry; Runner 50-59: Female, 1st Julia Glascock, 2nd Cathy Hamilton; Runner 50-59: Male, 1st Tom Glascock, 2nd Ed Bunn; Runner 60-69: Male, 1st Gary Miller, 2nd Robert Clancy; Runner 70-79: Male, 1st Doug Carter Walker 30-39: Female, 1st Rhonda Proffitt, 2nd Jennifer Whited; Walker 40-49; Female, 1st Elise Starkey, 2nd Tammy McKinley Walker 50-59; Male, 1st Dan Reed, 2nd David Sharp Walker 50-59; Female, 1st Brenda Reed, 2nd Rose Townley Walker 60-69; Female, 1st Joyce Hauke, 2nd Linda Banyea Walker 60-69; Male, 1st Jerry Townley, Walker 70-79; Female, 1st Asenath Doss
Brown Countians participate in quilt show
Homecoming set at church
On June 27 the Bowen House Museum, Logan, Oh., ended their quilt show. The Brown County quilts were shown during the month of June and in conjunction with Logan's Washboard Music Festival. The quilting group, all from Brown County were named Brown County Safe House Quilters, after the connection with the Underground Railroad in this area. Several visitors from Brown County attended this show. The Brown County brochures were available at the Bowen House, to promote this area. Ribbons were placed on three quilts voted on the visitors that attended during the week-end of the Washboard
Freedom Fellowship Church will be having a Church Homecoming on Sunday, July 17 Music will be provided by Anointed Hearts and The Master Sounds. Sunday School will begin at 9:45 a.m., followed by Sunday Morning Worship at 10:45 a.m. Homecoming Activities will begin at 12:15 p.m. Come enjoy an afternoon of music, good food, fellowship and fun. Enjoy a variety of good foods and desserts. Bring your favorite foods to share. Everyone welcome! The church is located at 7451 Pea Ridge Rd., Hillsboro. For more information call 937-393-4223.
Music Festival June 18. Shearlie McCaughey's Fall Colors won third place ribbon. She had machine pieced it and it was quilted by Zyna Wildcat Quilts in Petersbury, Alaska. Ripley's quilter, Mary Daulton won a second place ribbon with her full sized quilt called "Simple Tribute" a log cabin quilt. The first place ribbon was given to Judith Richard Gray' quilt that her mother, Josephine Lang Richard, made and quilted called Calico Rose, a full size quilt that was appliqualed. There were 41 quilted items from Brown Co. shown and enjoyed by all who attended this lovely show.
Complicity to Aggravated Murder charges on May 10, 2010. On May 26 of that year, the suit claims that nearly two hundred thousand dollars belonging to the Tincher’s was withdrawn from two bank accounts. Attached to the suit are copies of land transfers dated May 27, 2010, that show two parcels of property totalling approximately 20 acres were transferred from the Dallas Lynn Tincher and Ruth Tincher Revocable Living Trust to Ruth Tincher for one dollar each. Count One of the suit is for wrongful death. It reads that “The negligent, reckless, willful/wanton and intentional acts of Dallas Tincher directly and proximately caused
CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1 The response even claims that Hensley purchased the murder weapon. Robert Short of Sardinia testified at Tincher’s trial in January of 2011 that he sold the gun to Tincher. Hensley also testified to that fact at the trial. Carpenter’s mother, Ureina Carpenter, filed the wrongful death suit against Dallas and Ruth Tincher on April 20. Attorney Mark Landes represents Ureina Carpenter. "Now that justice has been done for John Carpenter, we need to make sure that the family he has left behind is cared for”, Landes said in April. Urenia Carpenter is asking for $25,000, plus punitive damages and court costs. The Tincher response contains 13 responses or “defenses”. The responses “specifically deny any liability or responsibility” for damages and assert the right of the Tinchers to “all defenses available” under Ohio Law. One of the Defenses also reads “Plaintiff’s injuries or damages, if any were in fact sustained, were caused by other persons, firms, entities or conditions over which these Defendants had no ownership, responsibility or control”. That leads to the Third Party Claim against Hensley. The Tincher claim reads “...it was Third Party Defendant Hensley who in fact purchased the murder weapon and then shot and killed...Johnathan E. Carpenter....” The response continues that “they recover from Third Party Defendant Hensley any and all sums that may be adjudged against them, together with the cost of suit.” The response also read that “...if they are found liable under Plaintiff’s Compliant...then said liability is joint and concurrent with that of Third Party Defendant Hensley...” Ureina Carpenter is also suing for “fraudulent conveyance”, accusing Dallas and Ruth Tincher of “fraudulently transferr(ing) properties and assets...with the actual intent to hinder, delay and/or defraud” her. Tincher was indicted on
the wrongful death of...Johnathan Carpenter.” The suit says that John Carpenters beneficiaries and next of kin are entitled to compensatory damages including loss of financial support from Carpenter. The suit also says that damages should be paid because of the “loss of companionship, consortium, care, assistance, attention, protection, advice, guidance, counsel, instruction, training and education” as a result of John Carpenter’s murder. The suit is also claiming damages for “loss of prospective inheritance to Johnathan Carpenter’s heirs” as well as “Mental anguish and pain and suffering experienced by the beneficiaries and next of kin”.
Nine indicted by Brown County Grand Jury CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1 He is also charged with Driving Under Suspension and Failure to Stop After an Accident. Chad Ginn, 31 of Maysville, Ky, faces one count of Possession of Heroin. The charge is a fifth degree felony. Ginn is accused of obtaining, possessing or using Heroin on or about June 9. James Mastin, 50 of Paris, Ky, faces one count of Passing Bad Checks. The charge is a fifth degree felony. Mastin is accused of writing a check to Ronald Hale on April 30 for $1235.50, knowing it would be dishonored. Patricia Milligan, 54 of Ripley, faces one count of Securing Writings by Deception. The charges is a fourth degree felony. Milligan is accused of causing CitiFinancial to execute a collateralized security agreement based on a forged motor vehicle title between April 13 and April 21. Garret Girard, 32 of Mount Orab, faces three counts of Breaking and Entering, two counts of Theft and one count of Theft from an Elderly Person or Disabled Adult.
One theft charge is a first degree misdemeanor. The rest of the charges are fifth degree felonies. Girard is accused of breaking into three outbuildings and obtaining personal property belonging to Donald Moler, Kenneth Crank and Freddie O’Roarck. Brian Boyd, 22 of Georgetown, faces one count of Theft, one count of Receiving Stolen Property and one count of Criminal Mischief. Criminal Mischief is a fifth degree felony, the other charges are fourth degree felonies. Boyd is accused of taking sewer grates and drain covers belonging to the Village of Georgetown. Jeffery Armacost, 22 of Lexington, Ky, faces one count of Theft, one count of Receiving Stolen Property and one count of Criminal Mischief. Criminal Mischief is a fifth degree felony, the other charges are fourth degree felonies. Armacost is accused of taking sewer grates and drain covers belonging to the Village of Georgetown. An indictment means that an individual has been charged with a crime. It is not a conviction or admission of guilt.
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old girl. I just shot him. The only thing I thought was that was my daughter he was looking at.” Moore asked “How many times did you shoot him, Joe?” “Once”, Hensley replied. “What did you do afterwards?”, Moore asked? “I picked up my shell casing off the floor and left.”, Hensley replied. “You walked out and went where?”, Moore asked. “I walked to the road, Dallas picked me up and I went home.”, Hensley replied. Hensley said that Tincher had promised him $920.00 and a four wheeler worth approximately four thousand dollars in exchange for the murder. Hensley said he planned to use the four wheeler as a down payment for a trailer for himself and girlfriend Sarah Clemens. Later in the interview, Moore asked Hensley what he did with the money Tincher gave him. “I spent it on drugs because I couldn’t sleep after I had done it.”, Hensley answered. Moore then asked “If you could talk to (Carpenter) what would you say?” Hensley replied “I’d want to know if he was really molesting that girl, to know that I didn’t take somebody's life for no reason at all.” He added “I’m really not a
killer, dude”, and appeared to become upset. Moore’s voice was then heard ending the interview. While the confession was being played, Hensley stared at the defense table while he listed to himself on the tape. As the hearing continued, Little questioned Moore about how many times Hensley was informed of his constitutional rights, producing three separate documents from three separate dates where Hensley had acknowledged them in writing. Steve Wenke, Hensley’s attorney, then questioned Moore about a “pre-interview” that Moore did with Hensley just prior to starting the recording. Wenke asked Moore the purpose of speaking to Hensley without the meeting being recorded. Moore replied that the purpose was to make Hensley comfortable, but also said that he showed Hensley a booking sheet with the name of Sarah Clemens on it. Clemens is the girlfriend of Hensley and is currently serving time in prison on an Obstruction of Justice charge related to the case. “You said you wanted to make him comfortable, but you show him a piece of paper with the name of his commonlaw wife on it?”, Wenke asked Moore. Moore said he could not recall any other specifics of the conversation with Hensley
prior to starting the recording. When Moore left the stand, both attorneys were given the opportunity to make final arguments. Wenke brought up the fact that Hensley had gone with law enforcement officers to search for the shell casing he said he picked up off the floor after shooting Carpenter. Wenke said Hensley was not accompanied by an attorney on the trip. Little produced a document saying that local attorney Val Lewis had been appointed by Common Pleas Judge Scott represent to Gusweiler Hensley in a prior theft case. She said Lewis was aware of the trip Hensley took with law enforcement officers. Nurre then ruled against the defense. Following the hearing, Little said “Every word that Hensley spoke to law enforcement officers and every word he spoke in court (in the Tincher trial) is now admissible. We are preparing for trial in August.” Hensley’s murder trial is scheduled to begin August 22.
Murder confession heard in court
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Those involved in fraudulent benefit recovery include (from left) Investigator Jenny Crawford, JFS Director Mitch Sharp, Brown County Prosecutor Jessica Little, JFS Supervisor Ruth Ellen Kidwell and Asst. Prosecuting Attorney Steve Purtell.
Benefit fraud effort nets over 20K, over one hundred cases to prosecutor CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1 send letters to people that have received unauthorized benefits to get the money paid back, but would prosecute if the letters were ignored. “We would try to do as much as possible in Municipal Court,
but if the theft is over five hundred dollars, we’d have to take the case before a grand jury and have them indicted”, Purtell said. Purtell said that the potential maximum penalty for benefit fraud is 18 months in state prison
Local families upset after Gist Settlement marker stolen CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1 Negro slaves as well as provided funds for their relocation, the purchase of land and establishment of schools and homes. The executors of Gist’s will acquired over 2,000 acres of land in Ohio including two large tracts in Scott and Eagle Townships in Brown County in 1819. “More than 150 original families who settled this area still live here,” she added. “I feel as if someone has stolen my past. I didn’t see the marker for about a week, but then a cousin of mine came to my house one morning and asked me where the marker was, because it wasn’t at the cemetery anymore.” She continued, “We both jumped in our cars and went to
check it out. I looked all around to see if maybe someone had just thrown it in the woods or in a ditch somewhere.” Warner said the authorities suspect someone stole the sign thinking it was bronze and they could sell it for the metal. But she said the sign was not made of bronze. “I’ve called every recycling place I could find around here on the internet to ask them to watch for it,” Warner said. “My biggest fear is that some blackmarket recycling place might melt it down and then try to sell the metal.” But theft is not Warners only theory on why the marker may have been stolen. “When we were finally able to raise enough money to purchase that marker, it was one of the happiest days of my life,” she said, “But since that day, I’ve learned that not everyone in the community was happy about it. It’s my understanding that some people in the neigh-
borhood did not want the sign put up. I’m just hearing about this now, and it is upsetting to me that anyone could feel that way.” Warner said she has talked with Brown County Prosecutor Jessica Little about the marker and she mentioned the possibility of offering an award for the sign. “It would be nice if we could offer a reward,” Warner said, “But it took ten years to raise enough money for the marker, we have no way of offering a reward. All we can hope for now is that someone will recognize the marker and report it the the sheriff’s office or the thieves will return it .” Warner said their is a similar marker in Wahlsburg which is currently being watched closely. If anyone has any information on the missing marker, please contact the Brown County Sheriff’s Department at (937) 378-4435.
if someone is convicted on a felony charge. Crawford said that some people may not realize that when they sign an application for benefits, that gives permission for investigators to look for possible fraud. Crawford added that federal rules relating to food stamp fraud require someone who is found receiving unauthorized benefits to lose their food stamps for one year. A second offense nets a two year ban on benefits and a third offense will cause someone to lose benefits for life. Crawford said that anyone wishing to report benefit fraud can do so anonymously by calling the Department of Job and Family Services at (937) 3786104. Kidwell stressed that the collection efforts should not deter potential clients from applying for benefits. “If people are eligible for benefits and are honest with their case worker, we can make sure they are getting the benefits they are entitled to”, she said.
PERI to meet PERI Chapter 69 of Brown County will hold its regular meeting at 9:30 a.m. on Wednesday, July 13, 2011 at the Ohio Veterans Home, located at 2003 Veterans Blvd., Georgetown, Oh. The guest speaker will be Darlene Flannery, Manager of Diagnostic Imaging at Brown County General Hospital. All members please plan to attend.
Ripley sues Katherine Lang in civil court for almost a million $ CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1 counts two and three.” Cutrell explained that Common Pleas Judge Scott Gusweiler already gave the village the judgement it needed and that the judgement was enforceable by law. Ripley officials apparently disagreed with Cutrell’s assessment, because the civil suit was filed on June 28. On June 14, Councilman Daniel Dragoo expressed a concern he had with not filing the civil suit. The Brown County Press/WAYNE GATES “My understanding of all this is, that judgement was part of a Katherine Lang sobs as she apologizes for stealing nearly criminal sentence,” Dragoo one million dollars at her sentencing in March. Her attorbegan, “So lets say she serves ney, Aaron Maus, is at left. her time in prison, and she gets them. I would recommend to out, and she’s on probation or follow up on by now.” Cutrell said he just wants the council that it considers getting parole, which ever. And she shows up and makes a restitution firm to know that the village another attorney who specializes payment of what ever she can thinks that they should share in these kind of matters to handle afford, which within the five some of the responsibility in the it.” Cutrell said he would check years, isn’t going to be near a Lang case. “I guess our next step, if we into finding a good attorney and million dollars. As long as, during that time, she hasn’t done don’t hear from them,” Cutrell the issue would be discussed furanything to break probation or said on June 14, “is to probably ther at a future council meeting. violate any rules, who’s to say file some kind of suit against that the courts will say forget it, she’s paid all she can?” Mount Orab Attorney Bruce Wallace said that one reason that a civil suit might be desirable is that a civil verdict allows a lien to be placed on any assets or Residents living in and vasive, painless, affordable and earnings Lang may possess now around the Georgetown com- convenient or in the future. munity can be screened to Screenings identify potential “A criminal order of restitu- reduce their risk of having a cardiovascular conditions such tion does not allow for a civil stroke or bone fracture. as blocked arteries and irregular lien to be put into effect”, Georgetown Church of Christ heart rhythm, abdominal aortic Wallace said. will host Life Line Screening on aneurysms, and hardening of the In a related issue, Cutrell told July 20, 2011. The site is locat- arteries in the legs, which is a council at the June 14 meeting ed at 149 Hamer Road in strong predictor of heart dis ease. that he had started the process of Georgetown. A bone density screening to contacting the firm that did the Four key points every person assess osteoporosis risk is also audits for the village. needs to know: offered and is appropriate for “I sent a letter to the CPA firm • Stroke is the third leading both men and women. that did the audits on the village cause of death and a leading Packages start at $139 All utilities books during those years cause of permanent disability five screenings take 60-90 minthe funds came up missing, but • 80 percent of stroke victims utes to complete. For more as of yet I have not heard back,” had no apparent warning signs information regarding the Cutrell said. prior to their stroke screenings or to schedule an “We have to make a decision • Preventive ultrasound appointment, call (877) 237on where we want to go with this screenings can help you avoid a 1287 or visit our website at matter. I was hoping we would stroke www.lifelinescreening.com. have a response that we could • Screenings are fast, nonin- Pre-registration is required.
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Eastern hosts several local teams at annual shootout By Andrew Wyder The Brown County Press
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Eastern’s Tressie Lewis drives toward the basket against Western Brown at the Lady Warriors annual shootout last Thursday, June 30.
The Eastern girls basketball team hosted their annual summer shootout last Thursday, June 30 at the Eastern High School and Eastern Junior High School gyms with several local teams participating. In addition to the host Lady Warriors, Georgetown, Western Brown, Ripley, North Adams, Manchester and Blanchester participated in the day’s slate of games. Eastern coach John Burrows said the event went well. “We had seven teams out there and they seemed to compete really well against each other,” he said. All four local teams used the competition the event provided to work on different aspects of their respective games as their summer work winds down. Georgetown won all three of their games on the afternoon. Lady G-Men coach Bernie Cropper said he was pleased with the way his team played, especially on the defensive side of the ball.
“I thought that all three games the girls played hard and well defensively,” he said. He also said that the win against North Adams, a comeback win after being down by more than 10 points, was a good game for his team during the summer. Just like the Lady G-Men, Ripley finished the day unblemished. They, too, won all three of their games. Though he wasn’t able to make it there to coach, Lady Jays coach Chris Coleman said his assistants who were at the shootout told him the team played well. Coleman also said that shootouts are just another outlet for work to get done. “We use them as a chance to get out and play,” he said. Western Brown was nearly the third unbeaten team but ended up finishing their day with two wins and a loss after losing a close game to North Adams in their final game. First year Lady Broncos coach Kyle Fender said he thought his team played well defensively. He also said he thought his team played the best they had all summer in a victory over Eastern.
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Hannah Wiesenhahn looks to make a move to the basket as her Lady Broncos took on North Adams at the Eastern shootout last Thursday, June 30.
However, with the team being a bit shorthanded and it being summer, Fender said it was more of an opportunity for the coaches and players to tinker with different parts of their approaches. “It’s kind of an experimental time for me,” he said. “For the girls, it’s a time they can work on their games.” It, too, was a day for improvement and experimenting for the Burrows and his Lady Warrior squad. The young and inexperienced team played better as the day went on as they finished their day with a win
against Blanchester. They finished their shootout with a 1-3 record. Burrows said he saw his young players start to get better as the day went on. He said that helped him find out a little more about what he might be able to do with the squad when the season gets started. “I can see who can play and where they can play,” he said. The shootout was the end, or very near the end, for most of the teams summer basketball activities. Most will not be back in action until practice starts back up in October.
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Georgetown’s Jesse Kidwell lays the ball in for an easy two in the Lady G-Men’s game against North Adams in the Eastern shootout last Thursday, June 30 at Eastern HIgh School.
Ripley’s Lydia Hamilton goes up for a shot against North Adams in the Eastern shootout last Thursday, June 30 at Eastern Junior High School.
Football practice for Western Brown Junior High athletes will begin August 1st. Any students currently enrolled in 7th and 8th grade who are interested in playing will need to make sure that they have a physical and complete all required paperwork before this date. All forms, including a practice schedule, will be available in the Mt. Orab Middle School office as well as at football camp July 18-20. For more information please contact Coach Donathan at: email@example.com 2.oh.us
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Ripley holds girls b’ball camp The Ripley girls basketball team held its basketball camp on June 27-30 at the Ripley High School gym. Eleven girls attended the camp this year and were taught basic basketball skills by the Ripley coaches and players. Above, the campers gather with the coaches and players.
Two Ripley girls basketball campers work on a passing drill last Thursday night, June 30.
A camper at the Ripley girls basketball camp last Thursday night works on a drill to help improve ball handling.
American Modified Series invades Moler Raceway Park By Mike Goins Contributor A strong field of 42 modifieds were on hand for the second ever visit of the American Modified Series. Starting with qualifications, it was Greensburg, KY’s Bryan Barber taking the overall fast time and $100 bonus with a 13.966 lap. In the heat race action it was Michael England, Broc Burton, Bryan Barber and Joey Kramer claiming heat race wins while Rick Curtin and Shawn Tolson claimed Bmain checkers. In the feature event, it was Bryan Barber out front at the drop of the green with England and Kramer chasing. Following a restart on lap 11 it was England out front but the man on the move was Matt Hamilton, as he was battling Barber for second spot. On lap 19 Hamilton would make contact with the outside wall and bring out a caution. On the restart it was once again England out front, but many eyes were on Weasel Rhodes and John Demoss as both had charged their way into top six positions. Despite a couple of late restarts, it was England of Glasgow, KY claiming his second career AMS victory while Rhodes would inch by Barber to claim second spot. Following Barber in the top five were Doug Adkins and Devin Gilpin. John Demoss (who
started 21st) was the hard charger as he passed 15 cars in the feature event to take home sixth position while Joey Kramer ran seventh followed by Broc Burton, Jeff Bland and Pete Holt rounding out the top ten positions. In the Sunesis Construction Late Models, it was a two-for night as the June 10th makeup event started the evening’s program with Edinburgh, IN’s Chad Stapleton claiming his second career feature victory at Moler Raceway Park (MRP). Stapleton would lead start to finish as he beat Barry Doss at the green flag and, following some close racing between the two, would pull away in the later stages of the race to claim the victory in his Rite-Way Construction, Skeletor Core, Tasty Shop, Rogers Bar sponsored machine. Doss would come home second followed by Jeff Alsip, Brian Gray and Roger Ruark. In the nights regular program it was a different story as Jason Jamison (who was not entered in the make-up feature) would claim his second feature in a row by leading all 25 laps. Doss would come home second in that feature as well with Wayne Chinn barely beating a hard charging Robby Hensley for third position. Hensley (who started 12th) would come home fourth with Jeff Alsip in fifth spot. Jamison and Doss were both victorious in heat
Racing at Moler Raceway Park.
race action. Controversy would cloud the Big Red Book Street Stock division as the top two cars tangled coming for the checkered flag, resulting in Jeremy Bretz crossing the line first after coming off of turn four in third position. The battle up front was between Bub Balsley and Jeremy Scott but coming to the checkered flag they tangled allowing Bretz to take the win in his Pendleton Truck Sales, Blakes Tire & Automotive, Weeks Wrecker Service sponsored machine. Shannon Enoch came home second followed by Paul Baker, Chad Barr and Todd Anstaett. In heat race action it was Scott and Bretz claiming wins. In the Holman Motor Chevette division, it looked like Rusty Yarger was going to claim yet another win in his #22 machine as he steadily was stretching out his lead but
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with four laps remaining his car suddenly slowed and brought out a caution, which allowed Jeff Watson to take over the top spot which he was able to hold onto and claim his second feature victory in a row in his Verdon Auto Service, Harmony Hair Salon, Rod to Wrenches, LT 1 Carburetors sponsored car. Watson was pressured by Paul Luers throughout the final four laps but to no avail as Luers would claim second followed by Miles Tarvin, Sean Jones and Jim Hunt. Yarger and Watson would claim heat race victories. At Intermission there was a fantastic fireworks show from Phantom Fireworks, Amelia, OH!! Next Friday, July 8th is Outlaw Sprint Night as the NRA Sprint Invaders come to MRP for a 1500 to Win show!!
Mt. Orab Heartbreakers to host fundraiser July 12 The Mt. Orab Heartbreakers U7 softball team will be hosting a fundraiser on July 12.
It will take place at the Mt. Orab Skyline from 5-8 p.m. Please come support the girls!
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The 5th Annual Joe Meyers 5K Classic took place on Monday in Russellville to help raise funds for the 10 scholarships the group gives out annually to senior basketball players. This year 71 runners got up early on the Fourth of July and ran or walked the 5K (3.1 miles) to help the group begin their fundraising for the next group of senior basketball players who will be awarded the scholarships. Nathan Hauke was the overall winner of the race as he crossed the finish line with a time of 17:23.59 The top five runners in each of the four age groups-male and female 40 and older as well as male and female 40 and under--received medals for their excellent times. The top eight walkers were also honored for quick pace. The top finishers in each group were: Female under 40:Kim Hertlein Agen, Kendra Massey, Alison Prine, Melissa Yockey and Tressie Lewis. Female 40 and under: Julie Glasscock, Cheryl Mootz, Jackie Kelch, Kathy Hoop and Raejean Mount. Male under 40: Hauke, Adam Tolle, Austin Smith, Rhett Purdy and Clay Garrett. Male 40 and over: Brian McNeal, Tom Glasscock, Phil Lawrence, Danny Bubp and Mark St. Clair. Top walkers: Tracey McHenry, Melinda Creamer, Ashley Bolender, Barb Howser, Jennifer Johnson, Madison Gutshall and Jenny Andrews. The race is in honor of the late Joe Meyers who, after suffering an accident and spending the rest of his life in a wheelchair until his death in 2007, became an ardent supporter of Eastern High School athletics. Fundraiser organizer Bobbie Tibbe was a little disappointed with the turnout this year, as she had hope for more to participate, but she was pleased with those who did turn out. “I appreciate all the support from those who were there,” she said. The following individuals participated in the run/walk. They are listed with their official time of finish: 1. Nathan Hauke 17:23.59 2. Adam Tolle 17:52.63 3. Brian McNeal 19:03.82 4. Austin Smith 19:58.59 5.Kim Hertlein Agen 21:22.42 6.Tom Glasscock 21:27.69 7. Phil Lawrence 22:18.26 8. Rhett Purdy 23:01.45 9. Danny Bubp 23:07.35 10. Kendra Massey 23:44.65 11.Julie Glasscock 24:17.61
12. Hanna Granger 24:35.49 13. Clay Garrett 24:36.03 14. Kendall Purdy 25:13.71 15. Mark St. Clair 25:42.77 16. Duane Yockey 26:01.20 17. Riley Prine 26:15.28 18. Allison Prine 26:24.63 19. Ralph Jennings 26:30.76 20. Melissa Yockey 26:34.38 21. Cheryl Mootz 26:55.35 22. Jackie Kelch 27:17.81 23. Rolland Hanky 27:32.56 24. Tressie Lewis 27:41.53 25. Garyn Purdy 27:48.82 26. Dan Hildebrecht 28:20.90 27.Mike Griesser 28:22.09 28. Michelle Potts-Griesser 28:35.93 29. Eli Lawrence 29:17.87 30. Kathy Hoop 30:43.04 31. Raejean Mount 30:43.55 32. Allyson McHenry 30:44.40 33. Mike McHenry 31:33.59 34. Mikayla Purdy 31:34.02 35. Taylor Kohler 33:39.77 36. Corryn Caudy 34:41.47 37. Megan Caudy 34:42.41 38. Jill Tibbe 34:58.64 39. Jeff Ratliff 34:59.24 40. Susan Ratliff 35:04.86 41. Suzanne Tibbe37:55.75 42. Emily Turner 37:56.44 43. Kali Spires 39:18.00 44. Maddi Bornstein 40:39.60 45. Tracy McHenry 40:48.21 46. Melinda Creamer 42:46.50 47. Ashley Bolender 42:48.15 48. Barb Howser 43:31.18 49. Mary Woollard 43:33.91 50. Jennifer Johnson 44:39.04 51. Maddison Gutshall 44:40.84 52. Amy Gutshall 46:06.55 53. Jenny Andrews 46:45.12 54. Emily Tatman 46:45.50 55. Andrea Neu 46:47.17 56. Amber Yockey46:48.25 57. Ashleigh Yockey 47:11.96 58. Alexa Forsythe 47:12.72 59. Dennis Forsythe 47:16.47 60. Carolyn Clifton 47:34.59 61. Leeza Rickey 47:35.39 62. Haley Malott 47:40.62 63. Lauren Clifton 47:41.66 64. Jennifer Johnson 47:42.38 65. Maria Johnson47:43.38 66. Phillip Cooper47:44.73 67. Theresa Cooper 47:45.63 68. Amy Ray 47:46.63 69. Chasity Hardyman 47:48.41 70. Kathy Hardyman 47:50.23 71. Deb Forsythe Finished, no time available
Fifth annual Joe Meyers 5K takes place
Mt. Orab Chargers win Sub-D Tournament The Mt. Orab Chargers Sub-D baseball team recently won the league’s end of season tournament and finished 14-2 overall on the season. Members of the team pictured first row, lr: Zach Minnie, Brent Thoroughman, Gage Duncan, Cody Thoroughman and Zachary Vaught. Pictured second row, l-r: Landen Mount, Keaton Shively, Brayden Mount, Luke Garrett, William Kohus and Anthony Wright. Pictured third row, l-r: Base coaches Chris Duncan and Chad Minnie, head coach Bill Garrett and assistant coach Billy Thoroughman. The Chargers would like to thank its sponsors: Boot Country, Sandy Howser (Howser Farms) and Josh Edmisten with American Family Insurance.
Mustangs win District 26 championship The Mt. Orab Mustangs advanced to the city tournament after an exciting 7-5 victory over the Blanchester Fireballs to win the District 26, Class C championship. Mustangs finished regular season play with a hard-fought 16-0 record. Team members pictured first row, l-r: Mascot-Alex, Brandon Hammersly, Nolan Barr, Evan Luttrell, Seth Taylor, Colton Akers and CJ Dowler. Pictured second row, l-r: Cody Ryan, Eric Altman, Reed Beavers, Jack Finn, Nick Sparrow, Austin Weber and Zane Wilson (not pictured). Third Row: Coach Orion Barr, coach Steve Akers, coach Mark Sparrow, coach Tom Hammersly, coach Jamie Luttrell and coach Dave Finn(not pictured). Special thanks to CJ Dowler for his continued commitment to the team. Congratulations to a great group of young men and look out ‘city’, the MUSTANGS ARE COMING…
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Referee Clinics will be held from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m. on Saturday, July 9 at the Southern Hills Career and Technical Center in Georgetown, also on Saturday, July 23 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Southern State Community College in Hillsboro. Brown County Fair NTPA (National Tractor Pullers Association) will hold its Summer National at the Brown County Fairgrounds on Friday and Saturday, July 8-9 beginning at 7 p.m. The event is sponsored by Selps Auto Parts, Carrington Farm Supply, Brown County Pork Producers, Cahall Brothers and Brown County Agricultural Society. Visit www.ntpapull.com. Household Hazardous Wast Collection will take place on Saturday, July 9 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Adams Brown Recycling Center, 9262 Mt. Orab Pike in Georgetown. The event is sponsored by the Brown County Solid Waste Authority. For more information (937) 378-3431. Decatur Day in the Park will be held on Saturday July 9 in Decatur Park. The event will include a parade, children’s games, corn hole tournament, 4H baking contest and auction. For more details contact Mike Mason at (937) 373-3605 or Brian Day at (937) 515-7519. Red, White and Blue Dance will be held from 8 p.m. until midnight on July 9 at the American Legion Post 180, 1001 S. Main Street in Georgetown. The cost will be $8 per person or $15 per couple. Setups only provided. Music by ‘Blackhawk Crew Chief Sgt”. All proceeds go to sponsor Veterans programs in 2011. SUNDAY 7/10 Annual Sardinia American Legion Picnic will be held on Sunday, July 7 beginning at 1 p.m. at the Veterans Park in Sardinia (behind the library). Sponsored by the George A. Lambert American Legion Post 755. Bring a covered dish, tableware, drinks and your family. Don’t forget lawn chairs. For more information call Bea Fryman at (937) 442-4704 or Carol Orr at (937) 446-2084. ‘A Walk in Gardens’ Tour, sponsored by the Georgetown Thyme Will Tell Herb Club will take place on Sunday, July 10 from noon until 5 p.m. Starting point is on the north side of the historic court house downtown square in Georgetown. Advanced tickets, $7. Big Apple Adventure Vacation Bible School at the First Baptist Church, Mt. Orab will be held on July 10 through July 15 from 6:30 until 9 p.m. for children ages 3 (by 9/30/10) through 6th grade are welcome to attend. For more information visit http://www.fbcmtorab.org or contact the church office at (937) 444-2712.
Boys/Girls Soccer Youth Camp will be held July 11-14 at the Western Brown High School Turf from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. This camp is for 3rd through 8th grade students. The cost is only $30 due by July 1 or $35 after July 1. For more information contact Kyle Fender at (513) 3178519. American Legion Auxiliary will meet on Monday, July 11 at 7:30 p.m. at the George A. Lambert American Legion in Sardinia. Anyone interested in helping update the Constitution and Bylaws please contact Bea Fryman, president at (937) 442-4704 or Carol Orr, vice president at (937) 446-2084. Hamersville Village Council will meet in regular session at 7 p.m. on Monday, July 11. This meeting is open to the public. For more information contact Mayor Larry Taulbe at (937) 397-1851. “Core Construction” meeting for Eastern Local School Board, has been canceled for July 11. The next meeting will be held at 9 a.m. on Aug. 8. The purpose of the meeting will be for (SFC construction related items.
Free Demo Zumba Fitness Class will be held on Monday, July 11 beginning at 6:30 p.m. For more information call (513) 309-7383. Higginsport Village Council will meet in regular session at 7 p.m. on Monday, July 11. For more information contact Mayor Jason Kirschner at (937) 375-4115. The meeting is
TUESDAY 7/12 Russellville Village Council will meet in regular session at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, July 12. The meeting is open to the public. Brown County Governing Board of Educational Service Center will meet in regular session at 10 a.m. The public is invited to attend. Byrd Township Trustees will meet in regular session in Decatur beginning at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, July 12. This meeting is open to the public. Alcoholics Anonymous will meet at 11 a.m. Tuesday, July 12, at Sardinia Town Hall, 151 Maple Ave., Sardinia. Huntington Township Trustees will meet at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, July 12 in Aberdeen. The public is invited to attend this meeting.
Sardinia Village Council will meet in regular session at 7 p.m. on Monday July 11. For more information contact Mayor Todd Bumbalough at (937) 446-3807. This meeting is open to the public.
ABCAP Bingo will be held on Tuesday, July 12, $20 all you can play at the center at 406 West Plum Street in Georgetown. Weekly Hog Wild Jackpots. For more information call (937) 378-6041 ext. 223.
Mt. Nebo Vacation Bible School will be held on July 11-15 from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Mt. Nebo United Methodist Church, 11693 St.Rt. 774. The event will be for children 4 years old through 5th grade. The program will be “Pandamania-Where God is Wild About You!” For more information and directions to the church call (937) 379-1225
The Village of Ripley Council will meet in regular session at 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday, July 12. This meeting is open to the public.
Jackson Township Trustees will meet in regular session at 8 p.m. at Ashridge, the meeting is open to the public.
WEDNESDAY 7/13 TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) Chapter in Winchester will meet at 10 a.m.. Wednesday, July 13, at Winchester Church of Christ in Christian Union, 1540 Tri-County Highway, Winchester. Further information is available by calling Bobbi Wilson at (937) 4464662.
TOPS Chapter in Mt. Orab will meet at 6:30 p.m. Monday, July 11, at the Mt. Orab Public Library, 613 S. High St. Further information is available by calling Hope Fain at (937) 4440404.
Fayetteville Village Council will meet at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, July 13. For more information contact Mayor Bernie Vilvins at (513) 460-0236.
TOPS Chapter in Sardinia will meet at 6:30 p.m. Monday, July 11 at Sardinia Church of the Nazarene on Sardinia-Mowrystown Road. Further information is available by calling Regina Davidson at (937) 446-3714.
Yoga Classes will be held for all levels on Wednesday, July13 from 6 to 7 p.m. at the Mt. Orab Hospice Center, 215 Hughes Blvd. Classes are $8 per class. For more information call Jane Amiot at (937) 444- 3446.
Perry Township Trustees will meet in Fayetteville at 7 p.m. on Monday, July 11. The meeting is open to the public.
Brown County Board of Commissioners will meet at 9 a.m. Wednesday, July 13, at the Commissioners Office, 800 Mt. Orab Pike, Georgetown. The public is invited to attend.
TOPS Chapter in Ripley will meet at 6:30 p.m. Monday, July 11 at Ripley Church of the Nazarene, 230 N. Second St. Further information is available by calling Kaye Nichols at (937) 377-2501. Georgetown Garden Club will meet at 1:30 p.m. on Saturday, July 11 at the Presbyterian Church in Georgetown. The program will be “Mulch for Winter’ by Marlene Frode. This club is open to everyone interested in gardening.
MONDAY 7/11 VBS at Apple Street Church in Georgetown will be held on Monday, July 11 through Friday, July 15 from 9 to 11:30 a.m. The theme is “Inside Out, Upside Down.” Classes are planned for pre-school through youth. For more information call (513) 515-4649 or (937) 378-3792.
Extension Office located at 325 W. State Street, building B on the Brown County Fairgrounds. A registration fee of $5 should be paid by noon the day of the class. For more information call (937) 378-6716.
The Brown County Commissioners will meet in regular session on Monday, July 11, at 9 a.m. in their chambers located at 800 Mt. Orab Pike in Georgetown. The public is invited to attend. Northern Brown Senior Center at St. Martin Hall, 20864 St. Rt. 251, July 11 will offer center activities, blood pressure screening, the library will visit, Cindy Cales from the OSU Extension will be available as well as a diabetes support group from 6:30 to 8 p.m. in Georgetown. For more information contact Nancy Stegbauer, activity director at (513) 875-2317. Home Food Preservation Basics Class will be offered on Saturday, July 11 at the OSU
28th Annual Decatur Day in the Park is set for Saturday, July 9. The event will include a parade, baking auction, dunking booth baby contest and much much more. For detail contact Mike Mason at (937) 373-3605 or Brian Day at (937) 515-7519. Bring a lawn chair.
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Rambler Weavers will meet 9:30-noon Wednesday, July 13, at the Rambler Center (old Russellville-Jefferson High School) in Russellville. Membership in the Rambler Weavers group is open to any interested person. Further information is available by calling Geri Cahall at (937) 378-3426. Sit and Stitch will meet 10 a.m.-noon Wednesday, July 13, at the Sardinia Public Library, 13309 Purdy Road, Sardinia. Anyone who is a crocheter or spinner or who wants to learn, is invited to attend and bring a current project. Children are welcome. Further information is available by calling (937) 403-8481 or (513) 314-1656. TOPS Chapter in Aberdeen will meet at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday, July 13, at the Riverbend Apartments Community Room. Further information is available by calling Kaye Nichols at (937) 377-2501. THURSDAY 7/14 Union Township Trustees will meet in regular session at 7:30 p.m. on Thursday, July 4 at the Library. This meeting is open to the public.
Herb Club finalizes ‘A Walk In Gardens’ on July 10 Private home gardens in Georgetown, will be on display during A Walk in the Gardens on Sunday, July 10, 2011. The Thyme Will Tell Herb Club is hosting a tour of gardens in Georgetown. The tour is Sunday, July 10th from 12:00 to 5:00 p.m. A variety of lovely gardens are featured for the public to enjoy. Advance tickets can be purchased at Donohoo Pharmacy for $7.00 per ticket. Those tickets purchased in advance will be eligible for drawings the day of the tour for various garden accessories which are all donated by several club members; Applegate's Pro Hardware, 104 S. Main St.; CVS and Pamida both on Rt. 125. All business's in Georgetown. Simply bring your ticket purchased in advance and put your name and phone number on the back of the ticket and place into a basket at the starting point on the northside of the Historic Court House Downtown Square. Tickets can also be purchased the day of the tour for $7.00 per ticket at the starting point where persons will pick up their map of the garden sights. Complimentary refreshments will be provided by herb club members at each garden on the tour. The proceeds of the event will be used for community projects. Come out for a fun day!! Questions? Call Margie Ellis @937-378-4468.
Lake Waynoka Garden Club will meet at 7 p.m. on Thursday, July 14 at the Lodge. Jennifer Drew will present a short program on Floral Hall For more information contact Jennifer at (937) 205-4812. Refreshments will be served. Georgetown Village Council will meet in regular session at 7:30 p.m. on Thursday, July 14. For more information contact Mayor Dale Cahall at (937) 378-6395. Alcoholics Anonymous will meet 8:30-9:30 p.m. Thursday, July 14, at St. Michael's Catholic Church, 220 S. High St., Mt. Orab. The Northern Brown Senior Center, St. Martin Hall, 20864 St. Rt. 251, will have arthritis exercises at 9:30 a.m., games at the Villa at 2 p.m. and Lunch is Out. For more information contact Nancy Stegbauer, activities director at (513) 875-2317. Adams/Brown County Alzheimer's/Dementia Family Caregiver support group will meet Thursday, July 14, from 6:30 to 8 p.m. at the Adams County Regional Medical Center, second floor. For more information (937) 386-3590. FRIDAY 7/15 Brown County Singing Convention will meet on July 15 beginning at 7 p.m. at the Living Church of Five Mile, 16908, US 68 in Mt. Orab. All are welcome to come share a special song, poem or any other God given talent. For more information on this event or directions to the church call Larry Downing at (937) 4463259.
Property Sales Philip M. and Carol Cooper to Tris T. Cooper trustee, 79 acres of land, 50 acres of land in Byrd Twp., 15 acres of land, 52.49 acres of land and 1.56 acres in Jackson Township, filed 6/24/11 Mark and Tammy Taylor to Mark Taylor, 1.03 acres, 1 acre and 1 acre in Clark Township, filed 6/24/11 Joseph R. Criss to Joseph R. Criss, .08 acres, 1.95 acres and .21 acres of land in Clark Twp., filed 6/30/11 Edwin E. and Roberta Sue Tibbe to Edwin E. and Roberta Sue Tibbe, 48.42 acres of land in Franklin Twp., filed 6/28/11 Beulah Key to David K. and Cindy S. George, Lot 3197 in Lake Waynoka Sub., Franklin Twp., filed 6/30/11, $148,000 Michael R Robinson to Linda L. Huston, Lot 3596 and Lot 3597 in Lake Waynoka Sub., Franklin Twp., filed 6/29/11 Beulah Key to Estelita and Mybo Davis, Lot 2817 and Lot 2685 in Lake Waynoka Sub., Franklin Twp., filed 6/30/11 Robert Gagen to Secretary Housing and Urban Development, 1.47 acres of land in Franklin Twp., filed 6/29/2011 Greg J. Kiley to james L. Crowe, 5 acres of land in Green Twp., filed 6/27/11, $88,056 Alice Faye Lightner to Nicholas S. Hauke, 59.86 acres of land in Huntington Twp., filed 6/29/11, $90,000 Robert and Helen Fryman trustees to Robert W. and Helen Fryman, 2 acres of land in Jackson Twp., filed 6/24/11 Waynoka Property Owners Association to Greg and Tami Raines, Lot 3712 in Lake Waynoka Sub., Jackson Twp., filed 6/27/11, $500 Michael P. Diggers II, to Steven R. Brown, Lot 3998, Lake Waynoka Sub., Jackson Twp., filed 6/28/11, $88,000 Robert A. and Christina Strickland to Big Willow Properties LLC., Lot 782, Lot 783, Lot 784 in Lake Wanoka Sub., Jackson Twp., filed 6/29/11 Cliff and Faye Ellis to Waynoka Property Owners Association Inc., Lot 1335 in Lake Waynoka Sub., Jackson Twp., filed 6/29/11 John T. Jones to Margaret E. Jones, Lot 1R in Russellville, Jefferson Twp. filed 6/24/11 Dorothy Hannah Carter to Edgar O. Turner, 99.53 acres of land in Lewis Twp., filed 6/24/11 Ruth Cahall to Tamala Jill Thackston, Lot 67 in the Village of Higginsport, filed 6/28/11 Jerry D. and Teresa Guinn to Helmuth Knopf, Lot 33 and part of Lot 34 in the Village of Higginsport, filed 6/28/11, $12,500 Winfred Allen Love and Bill Devaughn to Susan Fastrich, Lot 861 and Lot 860 in Lake Lorelei Sub., Perry Twp., filed 6/27/11, $37,364 Citifinancial Inc. and Kevin C. Standring to Kelly Phipps and Amanda C. Martin, Lot 100 and Lot 101 in Lake Lorelei Sub., Perry Twp., filed 6/28/11 Citifinancial Inc., David F. and Christine G. Blaylock to Kenneth J. Wessel II, Lot 1592 and Lot 1893 in Lake Lorelei Sub., Perry Twp., filed 6/27/11, $36,500 Melissa Huber to Paula Warner AKA Paula Bak trustee, Lot 1320 in Lake Lorelei Sub., Perry Twp., filed 6/30/11, $138,500 Ken and Loretta Sheets to Dan Roberts, Lot 1421 in Lake Lorelei Sub., Perry Twp., filed 6/30/11, $600 Erma C. Boler to John Boler Trustee, and Valentine T., Sam C, and Scott M., 32.50 acres of land in Perry Twp., filed 6/29/11 Randy and Shawna Clem to James M. and Angela M. Braden, 1.01 acres of land Lot 29 in Clearview Acres Sub., Perry Twp., filed 6/29/11, $76,000 Joshua and Lyndsay Michael to Philip A. and Deborah S. Trueblood, 1.84 acres of land in Perry Twp., filed 6/29/11, $25,000 James D. and Melissa J. Bowman to James D. Bowman, 20.01 acres of land in Perry Twp., filed 6/29/11 Patrick H. Roberts to Edith F. Kibbey, 2.01 acres in Perry Twp., filed 6/29/11, $114,000 William Edward Young to Bottom Line Land, LLC, .47 acres of land in Perry Twp., filed 6/28/11, $3,000 David L. and Earl W. Stevens to Adam J. Sloas, 6.16 acres of land in Pike Twp., filed 6/29/11, $42,500 Holiday Homes to James L. Shinkle, 36.32 acres of land in Pike Twp., filed 6/24/11, $77,500 Jean E. Ayers to Robert-Steve Ayers and Jean Foster, 53.11 acres of land in Pleasant Twp., filed 6/28/11 Marcella L. Penny to Sandra Sue Wiggins, .13 acres of land in Georgetown, Pleasant Twp., filed 6/29/11 Elizabeth Bolender to David S. and Amie S. Bullis, Lot 12 and Lot 11 in Lake view Acres Sub, in Georgetown, Pleasant Twp., filed 6/24/11, $71,000 Delvin and Sandra Daugherty to Clarence E. Hager and Tiffany Little, Lot 40 and Lot 41 in Whole State Street Addition, Georgetown, Pleasant Twp., filed 6/24/11, $22,000 Evelyn M. Willette to Charles Michael Willette, 4.30 acres of land in Scott Twp., filed 6/24/11, $41,125 Russell M. and Lona Slade trustees, to Brian G. and Jessica M. Carrington, 45 acres of
land and 18.36 acres of land in Scott Twp., filed 6/27/11, $240,000 Bradley T. and Marcia D. Weisbrodt to Sara E. Gravel, Lot 5 in Sweet Gum Meadows Sub., Sterling Twp., filed 6/30/11, $115,000 Dewey R. and Joan Fithen to Joan and Dewey R. Fithen trustees, 3.15 acres of land and 21.73 acres of land in Sterling Twp., filed 6/24/11 Ronald Orville Foster Jr., to Chris Warren Foster and Alan Craig, .15 acres, .20 acres and .63 acres of land in Union Twp., filed 6/28/11 Ronnie G. and Carol A. Cooper to Keith J. Herrman, Lot 67 in Ripley, Union Twp., filed 6.24/11, $18,000 Michael P. Quellette and US Bank, to Steven and Wendy Troutman, 1 acres of land Lot w, in Deercrossing Sub., Washington Twp., filed 6/24/11 Lisa A. Highfield and US Bank NA to Secretary of Housing and Urban Development, 3/14 acres of land in Washington Twp., filed 6/27/110
Marriages Heather Jean Sheldon, 19, Georgetown, employee of Dollar General to marry Justin Edward Sparrow, 22, Georgetown Ashley Marie Huber, 21, Mt. Orab, student, to marry Jonathon James Ellis, 21, Lynchburg, retail/student Samantha Rose Eichhorn, 20, Williamsburg, unemployed to marry Dustin Matthew Watson, 23, Williamsburg, mechanic Amy Michelle Davis, 34, Williamsburg to marry Douglas Howard Weaver, 34, Williamsburg, Tire Discounters Ayumi Ishihara, 27, Ginowan City, Okinawa JP, government employee to marry Kyle Dean Hollingsworth, 24, Georgetown, military Terri L. Wilson, 56, Winchester, unemployed to marry Harry E. Reese, 57, Winchester, retired Samantha Lynn Sayers, 28, Mt. Orab, customer care to marry Ryan Michael Earley, 27, Mt. Orab, deputy sheriff Sheila Marie Patrick, 53, Sardinia, housewife to marry James Everett Fields, 64, Sardinia, sales representative
Probate Richard De Maagd, Sardinia, case #20111124, DOD 8/1/2010, filed 6/29/2011 John Dwight Henize, Georgetown, case #20111122, DOD 12/4/2010, filed 6/28/2011 Elwood C. Null Jr., Higginsport, case #20111120, DOD 3/10/2011, filed 6/27/2011 Marcella L. Penny, Georgetown, case # 20111123, DOD 5/4/2011, filed 6/28/2011 Carol Jean Watson, Georgetown, case #20111121, DOD 6/8/2011, filed 6/27/2011
Common Pleas CIVIL CASES LVNV Funding LLC vs. Vanessa Lewis, filed 6/28/2011, Action: other civil Asset Acceptance LLC vs. Jill M. Vance, filed 6/28/2011, Action: other civil Asset Acceptance LLC vs. Steve Seibert, filed 6/28/2011, Action: other civil Village of Ripley vs. Katherine Lang, filed 6/28/201, Action: other civil The Bank of New York Mellon vs. George W. Daniel, filed 6/28/2011, Action: foreclosures 21st Mortgage Corporation vs. Michael R. Ehlers, filed 6/28/2011, Action: foreclosures Linda Maurer vs. Brian Gibson, filed 6/28/2011, Action: stalking order Stone Creek Financial vs. Megan Thomas, filed 7/1/2011, Action: other civil Equable Ascent Financial LLC vs. James Townes, filed 7/1/2011, Action: other civil DOMESTIC CASES Amanda Hacker, Sardinia vs. Aaron Rudy, Sardinia, filed 6/27/2011, Action: domestic violence John M.. Sholler, Wilmington vs. Teresa A. Sholler, Ripley, filed 6/27/2011, Action termination of marriage Victor K. Moler, Mt. Orab vs. Kimberly B. Moler, Williamsburg, filed 6/27/2011, Action: termination of marriage Renee Kretzer, Hamersville vs. Kris Kretzer, Amelia, filed 6/28/2011, Action: domestic violence Samuel L. Adams, Georgetown vs. Letha R. Adams, Georgetown, filed 6/29/2011, Action: termination of marriage Jeremy Madison, Ripley, vs. Emily Madison, Georgetown, filed 6/29/2011, Action: dissolution of marriage Stephanie Adams, Mt. Orab, vs. Todd Adams, Mt. Orab, filed 7/1/2011, Action: termination of marriage Kenon R. Bowling, Hamersville vs. Kayla Swafford, Georgetown, filed 7/1/2011, Action: domestic violence
Free knitting and crocheting classes at the Rambler Center (old Russellville-Jefferson High School) in Russellville will be held 10 a.m.-noon Friday, July, 15 Anyone who would like information or a list of supplies or who wishes to register for the next group of classes may call Mary Kelch at (513) 734-2501 or (513) 543-3137. SATURDAY 7/16 Advance Care Planning, sponsored by Hospice of Hope will host ‘Living Today and Planning for Tomorrow,’ will be held on Saturday July 16 at 10 a.m. until noon. This is a free service by Hospice of Hope Ohio Valley. The event is being held at 215 Hughes Blvd, Mt. Orab Ohio. Jaymie Jamison Foundation for Hope, “Panties Across the Bridge,” a family friendly public cervical cancer awareness event will be held from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Saturday, July 16 at the Purple People Bridge in Cincinnati. The event will include prayer, singing, recognizing cancer survivors, balloon launch, live music and much much more. Lake Waynoka Day will be held from 12 noon until 6 p.m. at 1 Waynoka Drive in Lake Waynoka, Sardinia. The event will host a fishing tournament at the beach, registration at 8:30 a.m. For more information call (937) 4463232.
Book Club for Adults will meet on Wednesday, July 20 at 1 p.m. at the Georgetown Library, 200 West Grant Street. The meeting is open to everyone. Church Homecoming at Freedom Fellowship Church in Hillsboro on Sunday, July 17. Homecoming activity will begin at 12:15. Entertainment and music by ‘Anointed hearts and The Master Sounds. The church is located at 7451 Pea Ridge Road. For more information call (937) 393-4223. Book Club for Adults will meet at the Sardinia Library on Wednesday, July 20 at 11 a.m. The Library is located at 13309 Purdy Road. The public is invited to attend. Cincinnati Classic Whiffle Ball Tournament, the first of its kind will take place on Saturday, July 23 at Miami Meadows Park in Milford. Proceeds from this event will help fund the numerous programs offered by the Epilepsy Foundation. The event will include teams of 3 to 5 players who will compete for bragging rights as they play ball throughout the day, leading to the crowing of a champion by day’s end. For information on registration, sponsorship and volunteer opportunities, call (513) 721-2905. The Book Club for Adults will meet on Thursday, July 21 at 6:30 p.m. at the Mt. Orab Library, 613 South High Street. The public is invited to attend.
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UPCOMING EVENTS Classic Car Show, sponsored by The Williams Corner Church of God. The Third Annual “Car Show at the ‘Corner” will be on Saturday, July 16, 2011. This car show is also known as The Larry Cooper Memorial Car Show. Car registration is free and open from 9 a.m. - 12 p.m. Best Chevrolet, Best Ford, Best Mopar, Pastor’s Choice, Best Rat Rod and Top 40 will be awarded at 3 p.m. The first 100 registered cars also receive one free meal card, a goody bag and a dash plaque. Door prizes, great music and great food! Spectator admission is also free. The church is located at 6162 State Route 132, Goshen. For more information call 513-625-6459 or 513-288-1977, no answer leave a message with your phone number please. VBS PandaMania sponsored by the True Life Christian Church will be held on Sunday, July 17 through Tuesday, July 19 from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Mt. Orab Park. This event is open for Preschool (2-5 year olds) up to 5th grade. For details call (937) 444-3800. WBHS Class of 1996 Reunion Picnic has been scheduled for Saturday, July 30 beginning at 4 p.m. with dinner set for 5 p.m. at the Fayetteville Church of Christ, 3068 U.S. 50. For more information contact Becky Brinkman at brinkman_rebecca @hotmail.com. ABCAP Bingo will be held on Tuesday, July 19 at 406 West Plum Street in Georgetown. Buy tickets for a chance to win a 32 inch TV. Weekly Hog Wild Jackpots. For more information call (937) 378-6041, ext. 223. Brown County Soil and Water Conservation District will continue to meet monthly at 7 a.m. on the Wednesday, July 20. Meetings are held at the conservation district office, 706 South Main Street in Georgetown. Call (937) 378-4424 for more information. ABCAP Bingo will be held on Tuesday, July 25 at 406 West Plum Street in Georgetown. $5 off regular Bingo, $200 monthly door prize, Weekly Hog Wild Jackpots. For more information call (937) 378-6041 ext. 223. Northern Brown Senior Center will offer center activities, July 18, at St. Martin Hall 20864 St. Rt. 251. The center can also help with transportation to the doctor, grocery, shopping or pharmacy. For more information contact Nancy Stegbauer, activity director at the center at (513) 875-2317. Freedom Fellowship Church Homecoming will be held at 12:15 p.m. on Sunday, July 17, with good food, music, and lots of fellowship and fun. The church is located at 7451 Pea Ridge Road in Hillsboro. For more information (937) 393-4223. The Brown County Democratic Club will meet on Wednesday, July 20 at 7:30 p.m. at the Brown County Senior Center, 505 North Main Street in Georgetown. For more information call (937) 239-8234. Brown County Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors will meet in regular session at 8 a.m. on July 21, at Lake Waynoka. a business round-table is held at the end of each meeting and is open to all attendees. The public is always welcome. Brown County Soil and Water Conservation District Board of Supervisors will meet at 7 a.m. on Wednesday, July 20 at the Brown SWCD office located at 706 S. Main Street in Georgetown. For more information call (937) 378-4424.
Ohio Valley Antique Machinery Show will celebrate its 40th anniversary on August 12-15 in Georgetown. The event will include daily parades, tractor pulls, car show, cornhole tournament, horse shoe tournament, old-fashioned spark show and Anna and Milovan Beljin performing as well as The Legends. Admission is $5 daily. The event will be held at the OVAM showground, 8803 Winfield Road (intersection of St Rt 125 and Winfield. For more information visit www.ovams.org or call (937) 3784480. The Board of Trustees of the Brown County Public Library will meet at 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday, July 20 in the meeting room of the Fayetteville-Perry Library, 406 North East Street, Fayetteville. The public is invited to attend.
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Harmony Star Charity Ride will be held August 27 (Raid Date September 10) will begin and end at the Mt. Orab Village Park followed with a picnic. Registration: Single rider, $15, Double rider $20, Lunch is only $7 per person and children under 5 are free. This event is sponsored by New Harmony Lodge #435, F&AM and Mt. Orab Chapter #514 OES. Donations go to the Cincinnati Shriners Burns Hospital. For more details call (937) 378-3677. Chicken Dinner, sponsored by the Cowan Lake Associate of Sportsmen will be held from 4 to 7 p.m. on Friday, July 29, at 331 Beechwood Road (off Rt. 350). The cost is only $6 for adults, $5 for seniors and $2 for children. ONGOING EVENTS Order new book on one room schools now, from the Brown County Historical Society. The book discusses about 70 one-room schools located in Brown County. Please call Joyce Wallace at (937) 378-4444 or any society member to purchase a book. Senior Bingo will be held from 9 to 11:30 a.m. each Monday at the Georgetown Nutrition Center. Please bring a $1 wrapped gift. A nutritional meal will be offered. HIV/Hepatitis C Testing is offered free by the Brown County Health Department by appointment only. The HIV test results are available within 15 minutes. To schedule an appointment call (937) 378-6892. Crafting Classes will begin the second Saturday of the month at the Mt. Orab Public Library, sessions from 1 to 2 p.m., at the library, 613 South High Street in Mt. Orab. The classes are for adult patrons with the Care and Share program. Adams/Brown County Alzheimer/s/Dementia Family Caregiver Support Group will meet on the second Thursday of each month from 6:30 to 8 p.m. at the Adams County Regional Medical Center in the second floor conference room. For more information (937) 386-3590. Ohio Department of Agriculture is providing grants to farmers markets through the Farmers Market Access Project to help fund new infrastructure to accept Electronic Benefits Transfer. Grants will be awarded on a firstcome, first-serve basis and are subject to available funding and will range from $500 to $1,000. Anyone desiring further information about the Farmers Market Access Project or wishing to apply for the grants may visit www.agri.ohio.gov.
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Heating • Indoor Air Quality • Duct Cleaning Air Conditioning • Service Agreement Jacob Bros. service all brands of equipment and is certified Amana carrier.
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453 West Main St., Suite A Mt. Orab
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Deposits Federally Insured
The Next Generation of Automotive Service Specializing in Automotive Repair
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Building & Loan THE ADAMS COUNTY BUILDING AND LOAN
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13900 Klein Road, Mount Orab, OH
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The Brown County Press - Sunday, July 10, 2011 - Page 17
CONTINUED FROM PAGE 2 House Bill 54 (Maag, Martin) conforms civil firearm rights with federal law and eliminates the prohibition against persons with certain misdemeanor drug offense convictions from acquiring or possessing firearms (signed 6/30/11); Am. Sub. House Bill 92 (Martin/Beck) allows adult adoption under a variety of circumstances (signed 6/30/11); Am. Sub. House Bill 133 (Adams) creates the Oil and Gas Leasing Board (signed 6/30/11); Am. Sub. House Bill 163 (Balderson) revises the coal mining laws regarding permit application and set back requirements (signed 6/30/11); and, Am. Sub. House Bill 194 (Mecklenborg, Blessing) reforms Ohio election law (signed 7/1/11). Following Thursday evening's signing of Am. Sub. H.B. 153 (Amstutz), Gov. Kasich signed the following Executive Orders authorizing the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services (ODJFS) to promulgate rules related to provisions in the budget and allow for the immediate adoption of these agency rules: Executive Order 2011-13K: ODJFS may revise rules effective immediately that require the 5% inpatient hospital rate increase to continue through June 30, 2013; Executive Order 2011-14K: ODJFS may revise rules effective immediately to implement cost savings measures implemented
through the budget by lowering the income level for initial eligibility for child care benefits to meet the 2011 federal poverty levels; Executive Order 2011-15K: ODJFS may revise rules effective immediately that to implement a tiered rate structure for the community psychiatric supportive treatment service; Executive Order 2011-16K: ODJFS may revise rules effective immediately that reduce the reimbursement rates for services delivered through PASSPORT, Choices and Assisted Living waiver programs, modify reim-
bursement to providers that serve more than one consumer at the same time, and authorize ODJFS to pay PACE providers; Executive Order 2011-17K: ODJFS may revise rules effective immediately impacting the Kinship Permanency Incentive Program (KPI), changing the dollar amounts of the temporary time-limited financial support ("incentive payments") for minor children in the legal and physical custody of kinship caregivers. To view copies of these Executive Orders, click here: http://governor.ohio.gov/Executi veOrders.aspx
& A Nature Lovers Dream in Desirable Subdivision 134 Liming Farm Road, Mt. Orab, Ohio 45154
FOR SALE BY OWNER
Almost time for C.A.M.P. Come Aug. 7, 2011, as young people stream into the Resident Camping Area of Tar Hollow, it will be the opening of the 56th annual C.A.M.P. Which stands for Constructing Assured and Motivated People. This multi award- winning youth program is a faith-based (but completely interdenominational) camp for young people grades 6 through recent H.S. grads. The campers sleep in log cabins in the Tar Hollow Forest with a counselor/camper ration of at least one to seven. They swim, fish, and boat in a beautiful little lake (now sporting a brand new waterslide!) Over 20 areas of interest are offered by means of both morning and
afternoon classes, such as sports of all kinds, rappelling, crafts, drama, choir, band, art, photography, nature, journalism, and more. All classes are taught by qualified instructors. It is because of this volunteer staff that this magnificent program can be offered for just $215.00 per camper for the entire week! That amount doesn’t just cover room and board, but a camp t-shirt, camp photo, supplies for all classes, treats, field trips, and more! To register your youngsters for C.A.M.P., go to www.sfacamp.org and follow the prompts. For more information feel free to call the Brizius at (937) 365-1388.
• 1.3 Acre Lot with Extensive Landscaping • 4 BR, 2 1/2 Bath, DR, Oversized LR • Gas Fireplace • Center Island & Breakfast Area in Kitchen • Double Vanity in Master and Hall Bath • Vaulted Ceilings in Master Bedroom • Finished Basement w/Walkout
• Large covered front porch • 2 tiered rear deck w/hot tub • 2 car oversized attached garage • 2 car detached garage • New carpet throughout
Listed below Appraised Value
$237,900 Shown By Appointment Only
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(937) 446-4443 TFN 8-7 corn, pellet, wood, & gas Free-standing & Add-on units
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Updates Include: • New Roof & Garage Doors • Refinished Hardwood Floors • New Kitchen Counter Top & Sink • New Built In Oven • Updated Bathroom • New Overhead Lights and Ceiling Fans • New Water Heater • Freshly Painted Throughout • New Shades & Curtains • New Sidewalks and Porches • New Energy Efficient Furnace and Heat Pump • New Blown In Insulation
Ready to Move In!
$134,900 Shown By Appointment Only
Contact Randy at 513-379-4194
Auction Notice O.K. Warehouse Rt. 52, Ripley, Oh.
Sunday July 17th 10:00
513-479-7249 • 937-444-0868
MT. ORAB 444-2665 Evenings Call 444-4193
• ROOFING • SIDING • SEAMLESS GUTTERS • SHEET METAL Work with ALL Insurance Claims
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Tues-Fri 9:00 am - 5:00 pm • Sat 9:00 am - 1:00 pm
•POOLSUPPLIES •LIVE BAIT •FISHING TACKLE •GIFTS
500 South High, Mt. Orab, Ohio 45154
• Lawn Mower Parts & Repair • Pressure Washer • Trimmer • Chainsaw • Light Welding • Blade & Saw Chain Sharpening
Contact Randy at 513-379-4194
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Upholstery WE DO UPHOLSTERY FURNITURE, TRUCK & CAR SEATS, ALSO CAMPER CARPET, DRAPES Water Hauling BECKNELL’S WATER HAULING
NEW BUILDING SUPPLIES PLUSLast Auction We Sold for 75 Hours- ATTN: Great Items for Building, Remodeling, & RentalsKitchen Cabinet Sets- Lots of Lumber- DoorsArea Rugs- Hardwood Flooring- Tile- LaminateCarpet- Vinyl- Metal Roofing- Bubble Wrap- TrimAsst. Cedar Items- Dr. Locks & More- Restaurant Equip.- Side by Side SS Freezer- SS Refg.- SS 3 Bowl Sink- SS Racks- Etc.- Special Interest Items3, Ford Crown Vics 99’, 00’ & 02’ from Local Police Dept- Rolls of Steel Cable- Used Tools & More!! Call or See Web for List & Terms
Towler’s Auction Service Inc.
Mike Towler Auctioneer
Over 35 Years Experience METAL • RUBBER • SHINGLE
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ARDINIA - 2b , 1b , C/ , v / i , y d, $450/ ., $450/d p., n n kin , n p . 937-205-2934 937-444-2124.
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3BR, 2BA bi h n p iv p p y. $700/ ., W n B wn S h Di i . C 937-444-1654. OUNTRY QUIET C zy, 2b , 1b , v u d i in , w h /d y h kup, C/H & i, wn bui din , n B h , n in n w $600/ . 513-310-0646 937-379-2277. TAKING APPLI ATION 12x60 ni , 2b bi h n R . 62, b w n n& h id . N P !. $350/ n , $350/d p. 937-446-2155.
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608 - FARM PRODUCE STANDING HAY for sale Arnheim area, 5 acres, make offer. 937-213-2060.
611 - WANTED TO BUY BUYING LOGS & Standing Timber. Cedar, Hardwoods & Pine. Export Quality Cedar & Walnut wanted!! 937-205-8566.
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THE BARNYARD We buy, sell & trade gold up to $1500. Silver up to $40/oz. Assorted metals up to $3.00. Lawn mowers & related items, all conditions, up to $250.00. Clear out that shed! Nuts, bolts, rusty stuff, metal, all kinds up to $3.00/lb. Time pieces, all kinds, clocks, watches, etc. parts & all related item. Jewelry & related boxes, hat pins, perfume, cosmetics, broken pieces, bring it all! Dan (I’ll buy that), Proprietor
615 - MISC. FOR SALE BEAUTIFUL WHITE Maggie Sottero wedding gown, size 8, never worn, $800 OBO Also, Chapel length veil never worn, $75 OBO For more information call:
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FORD PARTS, motors, transmission. For sale, lumber from 1830’s home, oak, all parts. 937-289-1040. POST & Beam Kit, 14ft.x16ft. Oak included frame, rafters, braces, etc. 6” thick wall over 9ft. high to top plate. Would make a fine shop, room, garage, etc. Other oak available 2”x8” tongue & groove pine flooring. Call 937-289-1040.
1975 CHEVY Dually, $1800; 1977 Chevy C20 Step Van, $3500; 1978 Chevy Blazer, $550; 1983 KX80 (Kawasaki), $350; 2006 Honda CRF 80, $1300. SERIOUS CALLS ONLY! 937-213-3162. FOR SALE - 1978 Continental Mark V, 54K original miles, $5000 OBO; 1988 Cadilac Coupe Deville, $3500; 1998 F-150, third door, cap matching, V8 Tri-ton motor, $5500. Call 937-444-2964. JUNKED, WRECKED unwanted autos, autos, trucks, motorcycles, etc., some towed free, cash paid for some. Call 513-734-1650
901 - SALES 4-FAMILY YARD Sale, July 14-16 from 8:30-5:00 at 1825 Stringtown Rd., Mowrystown. Tri axle trailer approx. 30’ (not gooseneck). Table & chairs, wicker furniture, push mower, small kid’s clothes, some antiques, Christmas & Halloween stuff, many more items. No Early Sales. GIGANTIC TEN-FAMILY Carport & Yard Sale July 14, 15, 16, 9am-6pm. Maytag Washer & dryer, double bed w/dresser, hand painted secretary, air hockey table, antique dresser, Little Tykes toys, Coach, Dooney & Bourke handbags, antique sideboard, Born, Clark shoes, etc., tools, jewelry, lots of decorative, pots & pans, dishes, designer clothes, ceiling fans, Bombay secretary, clothes 2x-5x, cookbooks, waders, clean quilts, comforters, sheets, towels, Amish pictures, new drapery rods, much, much more! 1587 Bethel New-Hope Rd., Bethel, one mile west of Liming Van Thompson Rd. Call 937-379-5048 or 937-379-1365 for directions
937-515-2692 FOR SALE 2008 golf cart, 48V electric, excellent condition, $2300. 937-444-9403.
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MULTI-FAMILY YARD SALE - July 15th & 16th, 9am-6pm, 3218 Pleasant Hill Rd. in Mt. Orab. If you need kid’s clothing, you won’t want to miss this sale! Huge selection of baby clothes for summer & winter seasons! Girls: Preemie thru size 4. Boys: Newborn thru size 3T. Baby toys & baby gear (high chair, swing, walker, etc.). All in good condition! Adult clothing. Maternity Clothing. Household items. Generator. Dirt Bike. Windows. Tools.Garage Items. Outdoor Items. Numerous Other Items.
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1259689- Ripley - Known as The Red Oak Store. This turn key operation could be yours. C1 & C2 Liquor License. Walk-in cooler refrigerated, pizza bar, double pizza oven, ice cream cooler. Call today to get complete inventory list. $99,900
1243844 Investment opportunity! Nothing to do but take over the rent roll!! Total renovation on all units. 4 different units! Elec & gas separately metered. Laundry facilities on site. Partial Bsmt. Fresh paint on exterior. $147,500
Mt. OrabTwo story all brick Gold Medallion home! 5BR! More than 3,000 sq. ft. living area, corner location. Seconds from SR 32, minutes from Eastgate. This home boasts Two walk-out balconies. Hardwood, ceramic, flooring. Floor to ceiling beautiful brick F/P Family living on a two acre tract. Must see to believe. Call today for a personal showing! $189,747
1238691- Russellville- Unique cedar sided contemporary home secluded behind pine trees. Many beautiful views. Soaring ceilings, natural lighting thru-out. 4 BR. 3 full Ba. Full bsmt,double-sided FP,huge Fam.Rm. Stocked pond, barn, inground pool all on 10.7 acres. $229,900
1265188 - Georgetown - Western Brown Schools! Solidly built 2 bdrm. home which is move-in ready! Both house and 30x50 barn need exterior siding re-worked. All on 1.87 acre tract. Great location & affordable. $39,900
1272942- Winchester- Solid home on public water & sewer. 3BD, 1.5BA. Brand new roof. Home has been well cared for. Att. 1 car garage is finished w/opener. 20x34, 2 car garage oversized. Nicely landscaped. $89,900
1273113- Georgetown- Great location & condition! 3 Bdrm, 2 Bath w/MBR suite. Breakfast nook right off of the Kitchen area. Large front deck. One of the best deals out there with a wonderful scenic view. $79,900
1258238- Sardinia- 3BD, 2BA, Almost 1500 sq.ft. of open living area. Master bedroom suite. Dining Rm. & Eat-in Kitchen. Covered back porch. Affordable living seconds off St.Rt.32. Back yard completely privacy & fenced. $79,900
1251916- Sardinia - 3.25 Acre Mini-Farm. Solidly built Ranch, well kept. 2BD, 1BA. 25x36 Log cabin w/stone FP & huge pot belly stove. 36x36 tobacco barn w/built in stall. Water outside barn. Fenced pasture. Hundreds of feet of road frontage. Close to SR32 on lightly traveled road. $125,000
Dominic Thomas 1270287- Beacon Hill Subdivision - First Offering! 3 BD, 1.5 BA. Beautiful Ranch in Beacon Hill Sub. Built by local well known builder Lloyd Dunn. Well kept with only one owner. Very unique floor plan for ovsd. kitchen. Located on a short culde sac. Quiet & convenient location. $99,900
1273562- Eastern Schools - Stop looking & own a slice of heaven. 3BD, 1BA. 16+ lush acres w/unique home. Your very own private retreat! Immaculate! Great room is enormous. Family rm has a walk out. Creeks, 3 ponds, woods, tranquility. Wraparound decking, upper deck & covered porch. $219,900
1265584 - Mt. Orab Will Land Contract!!! Flexible Terms!! Former Cahall Apparel Store in the heart of Mt. Orab. >1100 sq ft of store front office area w/4 add'l rental apts. Full walkout bsmt. Low maintence. 15 space parking lot with mo. income. $199,900
1275452- Western Brown Schools - Established neighborhood, no outlet street. Immaculate! 3BD, 2BA. Newer laminate. Brand new roof, carpet, paint, light fixtures & electric outlets throughout. 1600 sq. ft. living area. All brick. Fenced yard. Pool. Beautiful $119,900
1272235- Felicity- This is that deal everyone has been looking for! Living room boasts beautiful hardwood floors & stone faced fireplace w/stone hearth. Wonderful solid oak cabinets & island in the bright/cheery kitchen. Carpet in bedrooms like new. $69,900
1263287- Mt. Orab - Must see inside of this home to believe! 3BD, 2BA. Totally transformed. Brand new flring, fixtures, hwh. All new drywall! Newer furnace & compace pellet stove. Gar. has it's own heating system. All on 4.17 acres. $109,900
1269358- Beacon Hill Sub-division Beautiful all brick, w/coined corners, custom built home. 5 spacious Bdrms, 1st. floor master. 3.5 Baths. Solid oak 6-panel doors w/oak accents thru-out. Incredible detail inside and out. Xtra wide staircase to second level. Loft overlooking great room. $325,000
IGNS P 1260969OSTED Georgetown- Are you looking for 100+ multi-purpose acres with 3 separate homes and all utilities metered separately? The newer home is wheelchair accessable. 3BD, 3.5BA. 30 acres currently farmed with 64 acres in the woods the remainder mainly pasture. MUST SEE!! $499,900
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1262256 - Higginsport - This elegant,stately appointed home is offered for sale part.furnished. It was successfully operated as a B&B for many yrs. With 6 bedrooms in this home you can see B&B potential. The Riverboat house, a separate bldg., has 7 rentable units. Truly a turn key operation. 1.75 acre and 500 ft of Ohio River frontage. $770,000
Beacon Hill Subdivision - Immaculate. Look no further. This 4BR ,3 Full BA, finished bsmt. home is located on a quiet cul-de-sac. Open foyer, formal L/R and D/R, eat in kitchen, family room, 1st, fl. B/R, MBRsuite, full lengthdeck, fire pit area, invisible fence, beautifully landscaped. $234,500
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1259346- Mt. Orab- 3 BD, 2BA. Turn the key & move in! Brand new furnace, A/C, California Berber carpet. Vinyl flooring, countertops & dishwasher. New beautiful kitchen cabinets & windows. Two 12x10 sheds in excellent condition. What are you waiting for? $72,000
Zoned Business- 457 W Main St., Mt. Orab - 4BR. Solid two-story frame w/ full finished bsmt. Impeccable condition! Perfect for your growing family or established / new business. Creek lined rolling yard, wrap around deck. Located Next to Rhodes Crossing. $139,000
1253803 - Higginsport- 2BR Apartment Rental! -County Bldg.1st. flr.currently used as the Higginsport Post Office. Corner location. 2nd. flr. apt. 2 bdrm, 2 Ba, Lr, Dr, & Kit. Ready to move in. Rental income will make your payment. Don’t miss out on this investment opportunity. $59,750
Lake Waynoka - Enjoy all of the amenities of the lake as you reside in this well built house situated on 2.5 acs. Spacious 4 BR, 3 BA! Absolutely ready to move-in. Full finished bsmt, lanai, Part fenced yard and fully equipped kit to name a few. $149,900
SUN ELECTRIC OF MAYSVILLE, INC. LOCATED: 904 Fleming Rd., RT11 in Maysville, Ky 41056. Signs posted.
Well cared for custom ranch on dbl lot @ Lake Waynoka.Walk to your boat across the street, close to front gate, pools, hlth rec cntr. New roof, 3 season rm in 06, furnace 09. Extra large garage w/ paved dr. 12x10 storage bldg. MLS#1275543 $118,000
SATURDAY JULY 16, 2011, BEGINNING AT 10:00AM TRUCKS: 1 - 2003 Chevy S10 extend-a-cab pickup, 2- 2000 Chevy S10 extend-a-cab pickups, 1995 Chevy S10 extend-a-cab pickup, 1980 55ft. Chevy bucket truck w/2 buckets, White Fork Lift approx. 4000 to 4500 lbs. capacity, 10x40 office trailer. TOOLS: New Greenlee model 555C bender, Near new PVC hot box bender model BHB 560 with lot of attachments, 2 Greenline conduit benders, Ridgid 700 pipe threader, Greenlee hydraulic portable bender, circuit tracer, phone & data kit, Hi voltage blankets & safety belts, stud puncher, 4 Bosch tool packs, Caroline band saw model HD 10, Ridgid 1224 pipe threader, Milwaukee portable band saw, DeWalt prota band saw, 5 sets BilJak scaffolding w/4 alum walk boards, fiber optic tools tester & etc., bench grinder, scrap copper & aluminum wire, 4 aluminum tool boxes to fit S10 trucks, sev. fiber glass stepladders and other sizes of fiberglass extension ladders, 2 wheel trailer w/4 1/2 x 8 bed, 6ft. tall 10ft x 5ft dog pen. 5 metal bins full of electrical parts & fittings. OFFICE EQUIP: Canon image procraft plotter IPF700, Canon copier w/ext. toner, 2 laser printers, drafting table. Lunch served. Not responsible for accidents TERMS: Cash day of sale or good check with proper ID. Statements made day of sale take precedence over previous advertising. NO BUYERS PREMIUM. AUCTIONEER NOTE: Sale will be held on SATURDAY JULY 16, 2011. Sun Electric after 22 yrs is discontinuing their business. This is only a partial listing, building is full of electrical parts & fittings. Many items not listed. Check www.auctionzip #8276 for more info & pictures. OWNER: SUN ELECTRIC • KIM RIGDON-MASON
Commercial Lots Georgetown - Prime commercial acreage. Purchase lots together or separately. Excellent prices with endless possibilities! *4.560 Acres with frontage on Mt. Orab Pike & Hamer Rd. MLS#1261521. *8.300 Acres with frontage on US 68 & Mt. Orab Pike. MLS#1261513. *36.90 Acres with frontage on US 68 & Mt. Orab Pike and Ingress/Egress Easement from Hamer Rd. MLS#1261517.
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GEORGETOWN VILLAGE - Recently remodeled & updated large brick home w/basement. Historic qualities preserved. 4 Bedrooms. 2 Full bathrooms. Kitchen has new cabinets & appliances stay. Totally new upstairs master suite includes 2nd bathroom. Economical heating & cooling (new). 2 Car attached garage. Large front porch & fenced yard. Now Reduced to $124,900.
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GEORGETOWN - Quality built 5 yr old brick w/approx. 2500 SF living space. 3 BR’s 2.5 Baths. Great room w/gas FP & numerous Andersen windows. Solid cherry cabinets & granite countertops. NG heat & CA. All appliances stay. Full, partially finished walkout basement. Rear deck leads to lower patio w/hot tub. Call for more details. Now reduced to $279,900.
David “Sam” Cropper - Broker/Owner Cell (513) 520-2552 Beverly Cropper, Realtor/Owner Cell (513) 520-3788 Barry Daulton - Realtor • Cell (513) 403-7832 Pat Daulton, Realtor • Cell (513) 218-8766 Jay Hanselman, Realtor • Cell (513) 535-5309 Lee Schweickart, Realtor • Cell (937) 515-6639 Email email@example.com
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Ripley enjoyed one of best Independence Day celebrations ever
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areas the festival would not have been the success that it was,” Arnold said. “The money raised by the Lions Club goes back in to this community to help those in need of vision assistance as well as various other contributions.”
The 2011 Ripley Lions Club Festival finished with a bang, thanks to the many generous donations made to the Lions Club, according to Ripley resident, Michelle Arnold. “Without the support of this community and surrounding
Large crowds at the Independence Day Celebration in Ripley enjoyed special music provided by the Liberty Band which played to spectators on July 2. Submitted Photo
The Ripley Independence Day Celebration 2011 Little Mr. and Miss were Dalton Hutchison and Bella Siegel.
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