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Meadowwoodclosingitsdoors BY Wayne Gates The Brown County Press Meadowwood Care Center in Georgetown is shut-
ting its doors after losing Medicare and Medicaid funding. Approximately sixty patients will be moved to
other facilities beginning Feb. 4. 82 employees will also lose their jobs. The funding was pulled
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Meadowwood Care Center will begin moving patients out on Monday. owner Jack Crout said he will be closing the facility.
by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, a part of the federal Department of Health and Human Services. Meadowwood was cited for four violations in August of last year and did not correct them within a six month deadline. If that happens, CMS rules state that funding automatically ceases. Meadowwood Owner and Administrator Jack Crout said the decision will be a life and death one for some of his residents. “People are going to die because of this”, Crout said. “When you move someone from a nursing home into another nursing home, ten percent of them are going to die just from the move...and I think it could even be higher than that.” Regarding the deficien-
cies cited by inspectors from the Ohio Department of Health, Crout said, “These violations had absolutely nothing at all to do with patient care.” According to the inspection survey, dated Jan. 17, the four violations all had to do with training and the living environment within the facility. The first violation was cited under the “Housekeeping and Maintenance Services” category. It reads; “Based on observation and interview, the facility failed to ensure carpeting was maintained free of stains and disrepair in the corridors within the residents living area.” The form then documents areas of the building where the carpet is stained or showing disrepair. A violation of the
“Safe/Functional/Sanitary/Comfortable Environment” category reads; “Based on observation and interview, the facility failed to ensure the wall next to the ice machine in the nutrition center was free of mold and mildew, ceiling tiles and walls were free of water damage and stain and carpet in common areas was free of disrepair.” The form then documents specific instances. A violation of the “Maintains Effective Pest Control” category reads; “...the facility failed to ensure an effective pest control program was in place.” Investigators determined that a pest control company had not visited the facility since August of 2012 due to an outstanding balance. A violation of the CONTINUED ON PAGE 18
Missingwomanfound Fourchargesdropped deadnearRussellville asCranetrialbegins BY Wayne Gates The Brown County Press A Georgetown woman missing since Dec. 9 has been found dead near Russellville. Brown County Sheriff’s Office Chief Deputy John Schadle said that a man found a car parked in the woods on Jan. 30 and reported the discovery. When deputies arrived, they found the body of 49 year old Rhonda Cheesman. Schadle said that when investigators arrived at the car, “They noted things that were consistent with it being a sui-
cide. They didn’t observe anything that would indicate foul play of any kind. The coroners office was notified and the scene was turned over to the coroner.” Brown County Coroner Dr. Judith Varnau said that Cheesman’s death has been ruled as suspicious. Her body had been sent to Montgomery County for an autopsy to determine cause of death. Schadle said that photographs of the scene were taken in case a homicide investigation is requested by Varnau. The discovery of
Cheesman’s body is the first test of the newly implemented policy of the Sheriff’s Office to be “hands off” at death scenes that are not ruled as homicides. “I spoke to Dr. Varnau by telephone and she indicated that it was a suspicious death”, Schadle said. Schadle said that he told Dr. Varnau “that it would be a coroner’s case unless she ruled it a homicide, and if so, she could follow the letter of the law, advise (Brown County Prosecutor) Jessica Little, turn over her autopsy reports and things and then CONTINUED ON PAGE 9
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BY Wayne Gates The Brown County Press The trial of Robert Crane resumed on January 28, after a nine month delay. Crane was charged with 11 drug related offenses in connection with the death of his wife, Christine Crane, in March of 2011. After the first week of the trial, Crane is facing seven counts. After Brown County Prosecuting Attorney Jessica Little’s opening statement, Crane attorney Nick Ring moved for an aquittal, claiming Little failed to make the case against Crane in her opening argument. CONTINUED ON PAGE 18
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robert Crane sits at the defense table during a pause in his drug trial in Brown County Common Pleas Court.
Georgetowntosave Chamberhonorswinners moneyonelectricbills BY Martha B. Jacob The Brown County Press
Members of the Georgetown Village Council utilities committee and Village Administrator Jeremy Germann met on January 14 with representatives from American Municipal Power Association (AMP) regarding negotiating leverage on contracts. During the January 24 meeting committee Chair, Drew Watson told council that his committee had learned that due to being part of a much larger negotiating pool, a contract with AMP would save utility customers money. “American Municipal
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Power Association is a non-profit organization,” Germann told council, “It works with cities and municipalities to purchase power. They have a team of attorneys who study the trends in electricity. They can help small municipalities to purchase electricity at a lower rate. Germann continued, “Right now when we negotiate our power rates we’re negotiating for the 4,300 people who live in the Georgetown. If we’re with AMP, we would be able to leverage with the 4 million residents that they represent.” Germann further explained with an example, saying that under the village’s current contract Georgetown will be charged $64.13 MW ($3,642,405) in 2015 as a single entity. If the village was working with AMP the proposed rate for 2016 would be $55.16 MW ($3,152,152) and for 2017 it would be $57.20MW ($3,287,880). “This translates to millions in potential savings compounded over the next decade,” Germann said. Germann told council
that there is a charge to become a member of AMP based on the number of kilowatts used by the village. For each year of membership, it would cost the village, approximately $11,000. “But if the negotiated contract works, it would be an additional $30,000, so it would be a little bit more than $41,000. That seems like a lot of money, but if you look at the savings we’ll be getting overall, it’s a tremendous benefit to the customers here in town.” Germann said that just going on the current rates the village will be paying in 2015, if AMP negotiated a deal today, it would go down by $400,000 in 2016 and $250,000 in 2017. “The great thing about this is that there’s no longterm commitment,” Germann told council, “The contract we have with DP&L expires in two years.” He said that AMP provides safety training or electrical crew’s, consulting services for large projects and mutual aid during disasters. Following Germann’s CONTINUED ON PAGE 9
The Brown County Chamber of Commerce held its 2012 Lifetime Achievement Award and Drucker Award business breakfast at the Georgetown Church of Christ, on January 28. Dr. Ned Lodwick, Georgetown Veterinarian and
in the community in many ways, including the Grant Association and the Brown County Historical Society, is a familiar face throughout the county. Following a catered breakfast, Lodwick received a long round of applause as he stepped up to the microphone Monday morning to receive CONTINUED ON PAGE 24
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historian was awarded the Lifetime Achievement Award, while the Brown County Rural Water Association received the Drucker Award. The presentations took place during the Business Breakfast which was sponsored by National Bank and Trust. Lodwick, who is involved
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The Brown County Chamber of Commerce helped Farrell and Associates celebrate the opening of their new office in Mt. orab on January 25. Farrell and Associates provides a full range of accounting and tax preparation services.
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Villa Georgetown Skilled Nursing & Rehabilitation Center is pleased to announce a new monthly event for people with Parkinson’s Disease! Power Over Parkinson’s will meet monthly to exercise, socialize, learn and offer support! The support group will be lead by Nikki Pelvit, Rehab Director at Villa Georgetown. Nikki and her Rehab team will lead the group in vocal and physical exercise. Each month will feature a different educational topic, often with guest speakers. Nikki and her Rehab team hope to offer positive resources to people with Parkinson’s. The first Power Over Parkinson’s support group will be held Tuesday February 5th, 2013 at 4pm. It will be held at Villa Georgetown 8065 Dr. Faul Road Georgetown, Oh 45121. This is a FREE meeting for people with Parkinson’s and families. Free refreshments and snacks will be provided. The first Power over Parkinson’s support group will also feature a video of a patient with Parkinson’s Disease who has successfully completed the LSVT Parkinson’s Therapy program. This LSVT Parkinson’s Therapy is now offered at Villa Georgetown Skilled Nursing & Rehabilitation Program.
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This architect’s drawing (Peterman Associates, Inc.) shows a beautiful 45 unit senior residence which may be built in Mt. orab, if funding is approved through the ohio Tax Credit Assistance Program.
New senior residence complex could be coming to Mt. Orab by early 2014 BY Martha B. Jacob The Brown County Press If all goes as planned, construction on a new senior residence apartment complex in the Village of Mt. Orab could begin by January next year, according to Village Mayor Bruce Lunsford. “A residential developer from Miller Valentine Residential Development, Pete Schwiegeraht, met with Mt. Orab council a couple weeks ago,” Lunsford explained. “They shared an architects drawings of the proposed apartment complex. Council was asked for a letter of support for the plans and of course they were happy to do it. This will be really good for residents 55 years old and older in Mt. Orab.” The complex will be built behind the Best Western Motel located on Leininger Street in Mt. Orab and will face a wooded area. Miller-Valentine Group, Cincinnati, has been developing, building and managing senior housing projects for over 20 years. The group spear-headed senior
housing projects in Cincinnati, Jacksonville, FL, Dayton, and Springfield. “This is an exciting project for us to take on,” said Schwiegeraht. “We will apply for funding through the Tax Credit Assistance Program, made available through the Ohio Housing Finance Agency (OHFA).” The OHFA has approved more than $6.3 million for affordable senior housing communities across Ohio. The funds provide flexible, low-interest financing for affordable housing developments in Ohio. “We have what we need to submit our application to be considered for the funding,” he added. “Our application has to be in by February and we should have a response by July. If we get the funding, which I anticipate we will, we will move forward and could begin construction as early as this time next year.” The senior residence will consist of one and two bedroom apartments, all 100 percent accessible to residents and will be energy efficient. “The complex will have
45 units available to seniors who are 55 and older,” Schwiegeraht said. “But it offers a lot more than just a residence.” Schwiegeraht described each apartment as universally designed, energy star heating system and appliances. Each unit includes a laundry room with washer/dryer hookups, walk-in closets, full bath, breakfast bar/island, oversized vanity/side drawers, adjustable shelving in linen closet and a fully accessible roll-in shower. “These will be very private apartments for residents.”, Schwiegeraht said. “An overall common area that 2,520 square feet will also be provided. It includes an office, a large fitness room, a computer room a large lounge area and a theater room over 200 square feet. “The landscaping will include an outdoor recreational area and other outdoor spaces that will include tables and benches and a large grill. We’ve thought of everything to make this senior residences facility as comfortable as possible.”
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‘Community Reader Day’ at Sardinia Elementary hosts Brown County Sheriff Several local members from the Sardinia community were invited to participate in ‘Right to Read’ activities January 28 through February 1 at Sardinia Elementary. Monday, was community reader day. Among those who took time to read books to students included Superintendent of Eastern Local School District, Michelle Filon, school board member Vern Creighton, State Representative Doug Green and Brown County Sheriff Dwayne Wenninger. Wenninger said that he was happy when Sardinia Elementary School Principal Mike Bick asked him if he would read to the kindergarten class. “Our department has been trying to be more visible in all the schools in Brown County,” Wenninger said. “One of our officers walks through the school every day now at random times. It’s good for the kids to see us walking through the halls smiling, and speaking to them because, unfortunately, many of them only have bad memories of officers.” Wenninger read aloud a Dr. Seuss book to approximately 50 kindergartners who laughed intermittently at portions of the story. Kindergarten teachers Denise McIntosh and Marilyn Fryer, as well as principal Bick also listened to the
book reading. Afterwards, Sheriff Wenninger asked the children if they would like to ask him any questions. Instantly every hand went up and he began calling on students to ask their question. Expecting the children to ask about the book he had just read, one little boy promptly asked Sheriff Wenninger “when will you be a real officer?” Another student asked him why his shoes were so shiny and another asked if they could play dodge-ball now that the story was over. Yet another student raised her hand, waving it wildly from side to side, to hopefully be called on. When Sheriff Wenninger called on her for her questions, she pointed to a little girl sitting nearby and said I want Amber to ask a question. When Amber was called on, and asked if she had a question she softly answered “not really.” Wenninger and everyone else in the room chuckled at the kids questions. Then the sheriff asked the kids if they wanted him to read another book. All but about three or four hands instantly went up into the air. Then he asked the kids if they would rather ask more questions. Again, all but three or four hands shot into the air. One little boy stood up, pointed at Sheriff Wenninger and said, “you look like a cop.” At that, the sheriff re-
Feesburg Worship Center holds fundraiser Pastor Rick Cooper and the congregation of the Feesburg Worship Center will be holding a "Raise the Roof" on Saturday February 2, 2013 at 7 p.m. The church is located at 8651 State Route 505, Feesburg, Ohio Come out and join in an evening of Great Singing,
Food, and Fellowship and MOST OF ALL HELP US BUILD A NEW CHURCH Please let us know of any Gospel singing groups that may be interested in helping us out. For more information call 513-479-6808 or 513724-1315.
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Brown County sheriff Dwayne wenninger reads aloud to kindergarten students at sardinia elementary school during “Community reader Day” Monday morning, all part of right to read week.
minded the kids to listen to what their teachers had to say and learn to read, because it would help them for the rest of their lives. Tuesday, during Right to
Read Week was badge/button day, Wednesday was bad hair day, Thursday was sunglasses/hat day and Friday was wear red and read day.
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The Bible warns to beware of the Devil’s schemes. (II Corinthians 2. Ephesians 6) He wants to devour all in his path. That means all that is good and decent and beneficial in life he will destroy if we let him. For instance, under attack is our own Constitution. One man said the Constitution is a “charter of negative liberties.” [American Thinker. 2008] He meant that the Government is being restricted by the Constitution. Truth is, limited Government was what the Founders intended. Yet, some say, let’s change the Constitution and grow the Government. Sad. The day this article is being written we read where a Georgetown University Professor of Constitutional Law wrote to do away with the Constitution. Imagine that! [nytimes.com/2012/12/31/opinion] His article titled, ‘Let’s Give Up On The Constitution’, seems like a tongue-in-cheek article, but it is not. What happens if we in America throw out the Constitution? Chaos. That is putting it lightly. But in a most serious venture the Devil has been attacking the word of God since, well, since forever! A main intent of writing much of the New Testament epistles was to correct false and misleading doctrines that were coming into the New Testament church. The Devil was active at the churches’ founding. If he could just destroy and undermine the church he would be happy. Did he succeed? Can we say the Devil is alive and doing fine? We can point out all the churches of all makes and models on every street corner. But Jesus built his church. (Matthew 16:18) Note the church is singular – not that he will build his churches. Jesus established the New Testament church. All kinds of counterfeits have been brought about by the Devil. You can do that when you leave the authoritative word of God for man’s words. Leave the word of God and chaos results. Alive and doing fine!
We read recently where some preachers are re-examining Scriptures. [Jerome Taylor in THE INDEPENDENT] There is a lot of ‘re-examining’ going on today. They claim to have at one time preached against homosexuality. Now they look again to the Bible and found homosexuality is actually okay. When we leave the clear words of God, anything goes. Sad. Consider: The First Century Christians were immersed for the remission of sins and the gift of the Holy Spirit. There is no Christian found in the New Testament that was not immersed. What happened to Acts 2:38? In most churches it seems to have been deleted. Instead: Just say the sinner’s prayer. Just repent. Just start living a Christian life and you are a Christian. How many are walking this earth thinking they are saved but are not? The Devil is alive and doing fine! We find anything goes today in church. You can find what you are looking for by just going to the church of your choice. But we say go to a God established New Testament church, a church where the word is taught in ‘truth and love’. Paul writes: “Instead, speaking the truth in love, we will in all things grow up into him who is the Head, that is, Christ.” (Ephesians 4:15) Don’t change the Constitution if you want to survive as a Country. Most important, don’t change or ignore the complete words of God if you want to survive spiritually. Paul tells the Ephesian elders, “Therefore, I declare to you today that I am innocent of the blood of all men. For I have not hesitated to proclaim to you the whole will of God.” (Acts 20:26-27) Can you say those words as a follower of Christ? If you are not sure, come and visit us. The truth will save you! “All the churches of Christ send greetings.” Romans 16:16 Gary J Mattingly Fayetteville Church of Christ 513-875-3636
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SOL ACE Surviving Our Loss And Continuing Everyday Solace is a support group organized to help families who are being torn apart by addiction to drugs. Originally the group was started in Portsmouth, Ohio by family members who have lost a child or sibling to drug addiction.
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Date: Thursday, February 7, 2013 Time: 6:30 p.m. Place: Georgetown Church of Christ
SOLACE promotes prevention and hopes to mobilize the community For Questions Call: JoAnna: 740-876-8290 Brown County ADAMHS Board: 937-378-3504
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Taking A Trip Through Time Pictured above is the stagecoach station on George Miller road, south of russellville. horses could be exchanged or rested and riders fed and rested. George Miller road was part of the main road between west union and Cincinnati before state route125 was built. This stagecoach station was built in the early 1860’s. If you have more information about this photo or would like more information about the Brown County historical society please call ned s. Lodwick at (937) 378-6334. ‘Taking a Trip Through Time’ is a feature of the Brown County Press that is supplied by our readers. If you have photos of places within Brown County that are at least 30 years old please feel free to submit them along with some information about the photo to The Brown County Press by email to firstname.lastname@example.org or mail them to or drop them off at The Brown County Press 219 South High Street Mt. Orab, Ohio 45154. You will get your picture back. You can also reach us at (937) 444-3441.
No simple solutions for gun issue PREFACE: Now that the Brown County Board of Education is entertaining school safety issues – especially with regard to firearms - it might be important to consider additional violence related factors. Notwithstanding the tragedies of Sandy Hook, Norway, West Virginia, Columbine, et. al.; think about the equally innocent and young fatalities of the Holocaust - victims from a country with the strictest of gun laws. We have never lived in a perfect world, we don’t now and, until the return/arrival of the Messiah we will never experience a utopian society. While you’re grieving for the above noted losses, try empathizing with the thousands of Americans who are spared rape, robbery, or murder. Spared because they, or someone else, did have a gun. Many of these incidents, usually ignored by the main stream media, are recorded by the NRA (http://www.nraila.org/gunlaws/armed-citizen.aspx). When solutions are raised the usual suspects include banning various types and kinds of weapons and/or their components in addition to the cry of, “more cops.” I am convinced we – all Americans - can agree that intentional, horrendous, homicidal acts (and the media coverage/portrayal thereof), are a complex situation. Hopefully, we can also agree that the current GUN FREE ZONES (read: self-defense free zones) don't work. America, since its inception, is a gun-culture society - that's not going to change. Not only do a huge number of citizens use guns for hunting, collecting, target shooting and self-protection, but employment and taxes generated by the firearm industry is intertwined with our economic status. Thus, if the culture can't be changed, it might be in American’s best interest to learn ways to live with it. PROBLEM: Defensive Protection. The knee-jerk re-
action has been to place uniformed police officers in each school. Certainly that would be a powerful method of protecting our children. However, the numbers don’t work. There are about 650K sworn law enforcement officers (LEO) in the USA and over 300K schools. Placing one officer plus the need to cover his/her off/sick days would increase the number of total LEOs by at least 50%. Most communities today are struggling to meet current payrolls where police departments consume up to half of city and county budgets. The NRA’s mantra of placing paid police officer in every school might just be a political ploy (http://home.nra.org/pdf/Tran script_PDF.pdf). They know of the economic fall-out, but
condition orange (high level of awareness) might be problematic. PROBLEM: Restrictions on firearms. Today’s anti-gun protagonist’s wish du jour is to limit the number of rounds a magazine can hold. They miss the obvious: a practiced shooter can change standardcapacity magazines very quickly – especially when no one is shooting back. In other words, in a "shooting gallery" the shooter has time to change low capacity magazines at his/her leisure. In still other words, there is little difference between a killer with a 30-round magazine, or one with five 6-round magazines. Well, maybe the shooter is at a disadvantage should the 30 rounder fail, whereas the CONTINUED ON PAGE 5
Fans don’t let fans drive drunk Make the right play for the big game to save your life and others The Ohio State Highway Patrol’s Ohio Traffic Safety Office (OTSO) and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) want to remind everyone that Fans Don’t Let Fans Drive Drunk. Please be sure to designate a sober driver if you plan to drink alcohol on Super Bowl Sunday. Super Bowl Sunday is one of America’s biggest and most entertaining national sporting events as friends and families gather to socialize and watch the game. During last year’s Super Bowl, the Patrol made 46 OVI-related arrests from Feb. 5, 2012, at 6 a.m. through Feb. 6, 2012, at 6 a.m. During this 24-hour reporting period, there were three fatalities and 193 injuries resulting from traffic crashes. One of the traffic fatalities and 16 of the injuries were from OVI-related
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by taking this stand anyone who opposes it could be ostracized for being against protecting our children. In addition, it is a high level starting point where they can negotiate down to . . . (see following SOLUTION). SOLUTION: Encourage the placement of volunteer armed personnel in each school. Retired LEOs and civilians/parents who have undergone background checks and specialized training would be an economical and viable option. Butler County, Ohio is considering creating substitute teachers out of retired LEOs. This might work IF they can get enough retired LEOs to volunteer. Also, a police officer’s divided attention between teaching a class and staying in
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LIeuTenanT RandY MCeLfReSH crashes. “While we want people to enjoy the big game, we want them to do so responsibly,” said Director Thomas Charles, Ohio Department of Public Safety. “We want everyone to take the appropriate steps to ensure they get home safely.” Getting caught driving while impaired will earn you a costly penalty from law enforcement, and may even result in losing your driving privileges. For bars and establishments, over-serving or serving underage patrons could also mean costly fines, suspension or revocation of their liquor permit. To help keep the roads safe this Super Bowl weekend, more than 81 local law enforcement agencies around the state will be conducting more than 1,925 hours of enforcement activity and 1,100 hours of saturation patrols, funded by federal grants provided through OTSO. “We can’t fight the battle against impaired driving on our own – we need your commitment to make our roads safe,” said Colonel John Born, Patrol superintendent. “You can contribute to a safer Ohio by actively influencing friends and family to make safe, responsible decisions -like planning ahead to designate a driver and insisting that everyone in the vehicle is buckled up.” Designating a sober driver should be on the top of everyone’s Super Bowl party list along with these tips to stay safe: If you are hosting a Super Bowl party: • Make sure all of your guests designate their sober drivers before kick-off or help arrange ride-sharing with other sober drivers.
• Serve plenty of food and non-alcoholic drinks. • Only serve alcohol to guests over 21 years of age. • Stop serving alcohol at the end of the third quarter of the game and begin serving coffee and dessert. • Keep the numbers for local cab companies handy, and take the keys away from anyone who is thinking of driving while impaired. • Take appropriate steps to prevent anyone from driving while impaired. • Be prepared for guests to spend the night if an alternative way home is not available. If you are attending a Super Bowl party or watching at a sports bar or restaurant: • Designate your sober driver before the party begins and leave your car keys at home if you plan to drink. • Avoid drinking too much alcohol too fast. Pace yourself—eat enough food, take breaks, and alternate with non-alcoholic drinks. • If you are a bar, permit holder or employee and have questions about over-serving or other liquor-permit related issues, contact one of the Ohio Investigative Unit’s (OIU) regional offices. Contact information is listed online at http://www.investigativeunit.ohio.gov. OIU offers free instruction on laws pertaining to the sale and/or consumption of alcohol and tobacco. Agents also cover topics such as false identification, employment of minors, along with penalties for those found in violation. • If you don’t have a designated driver, ask a sober friend for a ride home; call a cab, friend, or family member to come and get you. • Take appropriate steps to prevent anyone from driving while impaired. Remember, Fans Don’t Let Fans Drive Drunk. • Always buckle up – it’s still your best defense against other impaired drivers.
In the world of recycling there are typically two types of collection systems used to capture recyclable material. Those systems are known as dual stream and single stream collections in the recycling industry. If you recycle, chances are you have been participating in one or the other, but what do they actually mean? For the past few years Brown County residents using the community drop off boxes or participating in curbside recycling have been recycling in a dual stream system. A dual stream system requires the resident to separate recyclable materials into two different groups: commingled containers (plastic bottles, steel food cans, aluminum cans, and glass bottles) and mixed paper fibers (cardboard, magazines, newspaper, and junk mail). Although there are some advantages to this type of system, the major disadvantage is that it requires residents to divide the material into two groups before taking it to a community drop box or putting it out by the curb for pick up. The major advantage of single stream recycling is that there is no sorting or dividing of recyclable material required. As a result, single stream recycling has become the more popular option for collecting recyclable material. In a single stream system residents simply
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saM PerIn put both their commingled containers (plastic bottles, steel food cans, aluminum cans) and mixed paper (cardboard, newspaper, junk mail, and magazines) together into one receptacle. This simplifies the recycling process for residents since there is no sorting to keep track of. One can throw recyclable items into one bin instead of trying to figure out which item should go in which bin. Single stream also allows for the capture of more material as well due to its ease of use. Community drop off boxes in Brown County are still set up for dual stream collection, but will be changing later in the year. Stay tuned to the newspapers as to when this change will take place. Curbside Recycling has already changed to a single stream pick up. If you live within an incorporated Brown County village, you are eligible for curbside. If you have a recycling related question or are interested in scheduling a FREE recycling education program, please contact me at Adams Brown Recycling by calling (937) 378-3431 ext. 104 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
What Do You Think? Do you plan on filing your own tax return or will you have them professionally prepared?
I get everything ready and recap it all then I'll have them professionally prepared. Alma Monk, Mt. Orab
We have a good friend who does our taxes. Sharon Clifton, Mt. Orab
We always have ours professionally prepared. Paula Eads, Russellville
My husband files ours on line. Katie Staker, Georgetown
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Duke Energy and its customers provide nearly $350,000 for HeatShare assistance The Salvation Army announced that it has received $349,000 from Duke Energy Ohio and its customers for the HeatShare program for 2013. HeatShare funds provide financial assistance to pay for utilities to those in desperate need. In many cases, these individuals and families face shut-off of utilities and possible eviction as a result of their inability to stay current on their utility bills. The HeatShare program became available to Duke Energy customers in Brown County on January 22. According to Mitch Sharp, director of the Brown County Salvation Army, he will receive $1,900 to help families in Brown County facing shutoff notices. “The Salvation Army here in Brown County will be able to help between 10 and 12 people facing shutoff notices from Duke Energy,” Sharp said. “we will have enough funds to give each of the qualified fami-
lies approximately $200.” The HeatShare funds come from multiple sources, including Duke Energy Ohio customers who voluntarily add a Heat Share contribution to their monthly bill, amounting to $107,000 this past year. Duke Energy Ohio provided a $100,000 donation, and then matched all customer and employee donations, dollar-for dollar, up to an additional $100,000. Finally, an additional $42,000 in funds was provided by Duke Energy Ohio as a result of their initiative to encourage customers to switch to paperless billing. For each Duke customer that switched to paperless billing during the campaign last year, $3 was donated by Duke Energy to the HeatShare program. “The HeatShare program has been helping local customers for many years, operating in Ohio since 1986,” explained Cindy Givens, program manager at Duke Energy in a press release. “We’re delighted to partner with our customers and The Salvation Army to provide this form of assistance
to those in need. We entrust this program to the care of The Salvation Army because we have confidence in their management and distribution of the funds.” “We’re privileged to be the channel through which these funds are managed and distributed,” state Major Hugh Steele, Divisional Commander for The Salvation Army in a press release. “The partnership with
Duke Energy has extended over many years, and we take seriously the responsibility of ensuring that those who come to us in need of assistance with their utility bills receive help.” Those seeking assistance can call The Salvation Army’s HeatShare hotline at 513-762-5636 for further guidance. The Brown County Salvation Army can be reached at (937) 378-6104 ext. 133.
Pike Township re-organizes for 2013 The Pike Township Board of Trustees met on January 17 to re-organize for 2013. Roger Griffith was elected as president of the board with Steve Royalty being elected as vicepresident. Jay Anderson serves as the third trustee on the board. Michael Foster is the township zoning inspector and cemetery sexton. Regular meetings of the board will be held Thurs-
day, February 28; the third Thursday in March, April, May, June, July and December; and the first and third Thursdays in August, September, October and November. Meeting times will be 7:00PM at the township office/community building located at 12700 SR 774. Jenny Lind Conrad serves as the township fiscal officer and can be contacted at 937-444-7418.
No simple solutions for gun issue as debate continues to rage nationwide CONTINUED FROM PAGE 4 killer with back-up mags could just insert a fresh mag – one reason cops carry multiple magazines. SOLUTION: Repeal burdensome and un-American anti-gun laws. PROBLEM: Human Nature. Many American citizens are afraid of guns, per se. They tend to believe a person with a gun will resort to its use if ever provoked – such as over a parking dispute, family argument or to resolve matters of a personal nature. This reasoning is most likely due to the fear that that is what they would do if they had a gun. In other words, a hoplophobic reasons everyone thinks as they do – that if in possession of a firearm they don’t trust themselves not to use it for
anything other than self defense. There are tens of millions of gun owners who have and do engage in various quarrels and never resort to lethal force. SOLUTION: Institute mandatory classroom and range training. Beginning at an early age children should be taught the importance of self-defense, the inherent dangers of mishandling firearms, the power/life-ending use of such weapons and the legal consequences of the use of deadly force. The NRA’s Eddie Eagle Program (http://eddieeagle.nra.org/) is a great beginning in championing this endeavor. PROBLEM: Posting of Signs. Signs saying “No Guns Allowed” obviously are an encouragement to the criminal bent on violence. Entering these “Gun Free Zones” they tend to feel secure that there will be no resistance to their evil deeds (and they’re usually correct). SOLUTION: Perhaps, if we promoted the display of a sign saying: “CRIMINALS
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NOTICE The Pike Township Board of Trustees is seeking to fill a vacancy on the Pike Township Zoning Committee. Individuals interested in serving in this voluntary position for a term of five years beginning January 1, 2013, are encouraged to send a letter of interest prior to the next regular meeting to be held Thursday, February 28 to: Pike Township, P O Box 95 Mt Orab, OH 45154 Submitted by Jenny Lind Conrad, Fiscal Officer 937 444 7418
BEWARE, PATRONS AND/OR EMPLOYEES MAY BE ARMED” (http://chuckkleinauthor.com/ Page.aspx/163/guns-in-theworkplace.html) the potential for criminal behavior will be significantly reduced. Even if there are no armed persons on location, it will give robbers/killers pause to rethink their plan A. PROBLEM: Recidivism Rates of Prisons. Our prisons have become a haven – a goal - for the uninitiated. There are a significant number of persons who want to be in prison. Here is the only place they enjoy free medical care, housing, food, clothing and – most important - status for their criminal conduct. In other words, it is not a punishment to be sent to prison, but a reward. In still other words, some of us have to be a victim so they can receive their reward. SOLUTION: Restructure the prison system to inflict real punishment. Make the criminal dread being sent-up. PROBLEM: Vicious and Gratuitous Media Violence. TV, movie productions and computer games glorify not only killing, but multiple and mass deaths, sans consequences to the victims and aggressors. SOLUTIONS: Electronic blocks such as parental controls are easily voided by today’s computer savvy kids and are no longer an effective means of protecting our children. We need to stop the depiction of violence before it’s distributed. While the braintweakers continue to debate the effects of violent visual media, censorship should be deployed over the industry. Yeah, I know the 1st Amendment says there is a right to freedom of speech. That "right," like the 2nd Amendment right to bear arms, is NOT an absolute. FINAL THOUGHTS: Of course it’s tragic when innocent children are killed, but also disparaging when the illinformed and cowards among us blame the inanimate gun for their loss. There are over 300M Americans and of those a tiny portion are killed by firearms - mostly black on black drug deals gone bad. (http://online.wsj.com/article/SB100014240527023048 30704577496501048197464. html). What we, the law-abiding and legally armed civilian members know is that there are more persons saved by the use or even the mere presence of a firearm than those illegally harmed by one. This I know! I wouldn’t be writing this now had I not had a gun with me on more than one occasion – not only as a police officer or licensed private detective, but as a civilian also. These accounts are documented in court records and in my books: (http://chuckkleinauthor.com/
Page.aspx/135/books.html http://chuckkleinauthor.com/P age.aspx/187/ohio-ccw-caseklein-vs-leis.html ). I’ll end this with questions I have previously put to antigunners – none of which have yet to provide an answer: Would You Feel Uncomfortable: * In the presence of an armed uniformed LEO? How 'bout a plain-clothes cop? An armed soldier? Someone like me, a former LEO, licensed and trained by the state to CCW? * Would it make a difference where you were - in a mall, on a street, in a school? In an unsecure building with “no guns allowed signs”? In an unsecure building with signs posted saying: “Criminals Beware, Patrons And/Or Employees May Be Armed”? * Where do you draw the line? Chuck Klein Pleasant Township Chuck Klein, a Brown County resident, is the author of GUNS IN THE WORKPLACE, and other firearm related articles, columns and books. He may be reached through his web site: http://chucklein.com
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Rehabilitative Therapy for People with Parkinson’s Lori Malone, Occupational Therapist at the Villa Georgetown Nursing & Rehabilitation Center, along with Blake Spiller, Physical Theraptist at the Villa Georgetown Nursing & Rehabilitation Center, recently earned their certification in the LSVT (Lee Silverman’s Voice Treatment) BIG Parkinson’s treatment program. LSVT BIG (which compliments LSVT LOUD, which is also offered at Villa Georgetown Nursing & Rehabilitation Center) is training is for individuals with Parkinson’s disease and other related movement or speech disorders. Terry Bastin, Speech Therapist at the Villa Georgetown Nursing & Rehabiltation Center, also earned a certificate in the LSVT LOUD Parkinson’s treatment program. According to Malone, having LSVT certified care providers is a unique benefit for Parkinson’s patients in the surrounding areas. “Our LSVT certified providers provide Parkinson’s treatment that is not available at any other health care facilities within a 75 mile radius!,” she said. “Having three LSVT certified therapists ensures that our patients will receive comprehensive care that will truly improve their quality of life.” Both LSVT LOUD and LSVT BIG are based on the principles of an intensive amplitude-based exercise program for the motor system. LSVT BIG focuses on body movements. The goal of the program is to teach individuals with Parkinson’s disease to use bigger movements automatically in everyday living with long-term carryover. LSVT LOUD enhances voice output. It focuses on loudness, respiration for speaking with increased motor control to improve speech intelligibility.
Contact Nikki Pelvit at 937.378.4178 to find out more about Parkinson’s Therapy treatment at the Villa Georgetown Nursing & Rehabilitation Center. Villa Georgetown Skilled Nursing & Rehabilitation Center has been providing quality care in Brown County for over 26 years. It is an 88 bed facility and are Medicare and Medicaid certified for Skilled and Intermediate levels of care. Villa Georgetown also has a state-of–the art rehabilitation center that serves both in-patient residents and out patient members of the community. Villa Georgetown Nursing & Rehabilitation Center provides inpatient and outpatient rehab services. It offers a comprehensive range of services, including Cardiac Recovery, Pulmonary Rehab, Sports Medicine, Pediatric therapy, Pain modalities, and much more. To receive outpatient therapy, new patients will need to obtain a physicians order. To learn more about the LSVT program, you can visit www.lstvglobal.com.
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Winter crisis program continues The E-HEAP/Winter Crisis Program, administered locally by AdamsBrown Counties Economic Opportunities, Inc., began November 1, 2012 and will continue thru March 31, 2013 for the 2012-2013 winter heating season. Eligible applicants must be at or below 200% of the Federal Poverty Guidelines as follows: HouseholdYearly 13 Size Income Weeks Income 1 $22,340 $ 5,585 2 $30, 260 $7,565 3 $38,180 $9,545 4 $46,100 $11,525 Households with more
than four members add $7,920 per member to the annual income and $1,980 per member to the 13 week income. YOU WILL NEED TO PROVIDE THE FOLLOWING: Proof of citizenship (i.e. birth certificate, current medical card, voter registration card) and social security cards for all household members; proof of all income received for the household for the past 13 weeks (or 12 months); proof of disability if disabled; bills for both the main heating and electric utility sources. If you heat
with bulk fuel, a ten day supply or less is required in order to receive assistance. A metered utility, electric or natural gas, must have a disconnect notice or be disconnected in order to receive assistance. ALSO, IF YOU ARE A HOUSEHOLD MEMBER 18 YEARS OF AGE OR OLDER AND ARE CLAIMING “ZERO” INCOME FOR THE PAST THREE MONTHS, additional documentation will be required in order to complete your application for assistance. Please contact your local HEAP of-
fice for more information. To schedule an appointment call: Adams County - 1-800233-7891 or 937-6950316, Ext. 252, 235, or 236. Hours: Monday thru Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.; walk-ins daily, 7:30 to 10 a.m. Brown County - 1-800553-7393 or 937-3786041, Ext. 305, 253 or 254. Hours: Monday thru Friday, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.; walk-ins daily, 8 to 10:30 a.m. Outreach is available for the elderly or disabled.
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Gospel singing set The Sonship Quartet of Franklin, Oh., will be singing at West Fork Baptist Church on Saturday February 9, 2013 at 6 p.m. West Fork Baptist Church is located at 10127 West Fork Rd, Georgetown. For more information or directions, contact Kevin Johnson at (937) 515-0675 or visit www.westforkbaptist.org.
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Pastor John Neu and the congregation of the Ripley Church of Christ would like to invite you to a Sesquicentennial celebration service on Sunday February 3, 2013. The church is located on the corner of Third & Market Streets in Ripley, Ohio. This special service will feature a special history of the church presentation, a video tribute to those of the past, music by the Church's Sesquicentennial choir, and special music by guest soloist, Harriett Jackson Groh. The guest speaker for the service will be Dr. David Faust, President of the Cincinnati Christian University. Immediately following the morning service a fellowship dinner will be served for all in attendance. The Ripley Church of Christ invites all in the community to share in this 150th year celebration.
Board of Trustees in 2011 and 2012. Ward joined the AAA7 Board of Directors in 2000 and served two terms until 2005. In 2007, she returned to the Board and served an additional two terms. During her tenure, Ward served on all committees in addition to her time as Secretary/Treasurer in 2002 and 2009, Vice President in 2003 and 2010, and President in 2004, 2011 and 2012. Tribe joined the AAA7 Board of Directors in 2008. During her time with the Board thus far, she has served on all committees in addition to her time as Secretary/Treasurer in 2012. Also recognized at the meeting was outgoing Board Member Tammy Nelson of Scioto County. Nelson joined the AAA7 Board of Directors in 2007 and served two terms until 2012. During her time with the Board, Nelson served on all committees in addition to her time as Secretary/Treasurer in 2008, Vice President in 2009, and President in 2010.
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Pictured is Board President Alice ward (center) along with, right, Pamela K. Matura, executive Director of the Area Agency on Aging District 7, and left, newly elected AAA7 Board of Trustees President for 2013, Deanna Tribe of Vinton County.
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OBITUARIES Barbara J. (nee Mueller) Stevens, 70 Barbara J. (nee Mueller) Stevens, 70, Monroe Township, passed away January 26, 2013. She was the beloved wife of George R. Stevens, loving mother of Pam Stevens, James R. Stevens (Linda) and Roger D. Stevens, devoted grandmother of Tyler James and Tabitha Paige, dear sister of Paul Mueller. Preceded in death by her parents, Ida Mae and Edward J. Mueller. Services were held Thursday, January 31, 2013. Interment was in Laurel Cemetery. The E.C. Nurre Funeral Home, Bethel, served the family.
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Dennie O. Newton, 97, Mt. Orab, Oh., entered into rest Sunday, January 27, 2013. She was born May 25, 1915. She was the beloved sister of Marjorie Hake of Ft. Thomas, Ky., and Marian Hale of Conroe, Tx., loving grandmother of Chris Holland of Bethel, Jeffrey Holland of Bethel, Deborah Ingram of Newport, Kk., Pamela Robinson of Southgate, Ky., and seven great-grandchildren; caring aunt of Donna Boler of Mt. Orab, also survived by numerous additional nieces, nephews and cousins. She was preceded in death by three husbands, Cleatus L. Holland, George W. Bowling and Charles M. Newton; her parents, Lewis C. and Queen Victoria Blevins; a son, Dennis R. Holland; and ten brothers and sisters, Oliver Blevins, Hayden Blevins, Clayton Blevins, Ethel Newton, Stella Bolling, Minnie Shumaker, Bethel Taber, Edith Arnsparger, Carl Blevins and Myrtle Bates. Mrs. Newton was the owner & operator of Tastee Freeze in Mt. Orab, Bowlings Drive-in and was a member of Mt. Orab Church of Christ. Services to be held 12 noon on Saturday, February 2, 2013 at Megie Funeral Home, 104 Spice Street, Mt. Orab, OH 45154, where friends will be received from 10 a.m. until the time of service. Joe Strunk officiating. Burial Mt. Orab Cemetery, Green Township. The Megie Funeral Home, Mt. Orab, served the family.
Mary E. Williams, 87 of Georgetown, Oh., passed away Thursday January 24, 2013. She was born September 25, 1925, in Blue Creek, Oh., the daughter of the late John and Esther (Teegarden) Covert. She was a SCNA at the Ohio Valley Manor and a member of the West Fork Baptist Church. Besides her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband George Williams Sr., 1 son, John Williams, 1 brother Clarence Covert, infant brother John Covert Jr and 2 sisters; Doris Whiteley and Imogene Covert. Mary is survived by 3 sons, Darrell Williams and wife June of Georgetown, George Williams Jr and wife Maribeth of Georgetown, Jerry Williams and wife Donna of Georgetown, 3 daughters, Susanne Lyons of Toledo, Oh., Sharon Wyatt and husband Bob of Georgetown, Brenda Foster and husband Neil of Frankfort, Oh., daughter-in-law; Helen Williams of Georgetown, 1 brother; Harold Covert of Midland, Tex., and 1 sister, Naomi Covert of Chicago, Ill., 17 grandchildren, 20 great grandchildren, 2 great great grandchildren, several nieces and nephews. Services were held Monday January 28, 2013 at the West Fork Baptist Church where Pastor Bill Collett officiated. Burial followed at the Confidence Cemetery in Georgetown. In Lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be made to the West Fork Baptist Church, 10127 West Fork Rd., Georgetown, OH 45121. The Meeker Funeral Home, Russellville, served the family.
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Charles Ballou Jr., 49
Ann P. Crawford, 94
Lucille Michael Hart, 81
Esther Marie Lail, 53
Mary Donna Adamson, 80, passed away on January 24, 2013. She was born on July 1, 1932 in New Richmond, Oh., to Donald and Mary Alice (Daniel) Davis, who preceded her in death. Mary Donna grew up in New Richmond and Bethel. She graduated from Bethel-Tate High School, Bethel, in 1950. She began her career as a secretary with the Hotel Employees and Restaurant Employees Union Local 12 in 1950 and climbed the corporate ladder as a woman pioneer becoming president in 1989 and retiring after 55 years. She received numerous business awards. Under her leadership, the Union flourished because of her sense of fairness. Mary Donna married Stanley Adamson, owner of Hamersville Electric and Plumbing Supply, in 1974 in Bethel. Mary Donna handled the accounting for the business for more than 35 years. They were happily married for 39 years. Mary Donna loved her church. She was a member of the Bethel Church of the Nazarene where she was for many years a pianist and choir member. She also enjoyed gardening, painting, cooking, baking, and antiquing especially for Depression glass. Mary Donna is survived by her spouse, Stanley of Bethel; her two brothers, Don Davis (Blanche) of Bowling Green, Ky., and Dan Davis (Janie) of Clearwater, Flor., children Maralah Rose-Asch (Les Asch), Eric Rose both of Bethel, Rodney (Barb) Adamson of Georgetown, and Raye Jene (Bernie) Doddo of Ft. Lauderdale, Flor., grandchildren Brittany, Shane, Ambera, Alissa, Alex, Ashley and Brandon; eight great grandchildren, Jordan, Jacob, Caleb, Gianna, Adrianna, Asher, Eli and Ephram; and her nieces, nephews and other relatives. Services were held Monday, January 28, 2013 at the Bethel Church of the Nazarene, 50 E. Water St., Bethel. Burial followed in the Tate Township Cemetery, Bethel. The family requests memorials be made to Bethel Church of the Nazarene, 50 E. Water St., Bethel, Ohio 45106. The E. C. Nurre Funeral Home, Bethel, served the family.
Charles Ballou Jr., 49, passed away on Friday January 25, 2013. Charles was born August 6, 1963. Charles Jr., was the husband of husband of Judy Lynn Ballou, father of Jennifer Randolph, Jeffery Randolph, Anthony Ballou, Chandra Ballou, Logan Ballou, and Garrett Ballou, son of Carey and Sharon Wilson, brother of Robert (Mary) Ballou, Scott Wilson, Shawn Wilson, and Kenny Ballou. Also survived by numerous grandchildren. Services were held on Friday February 1, 2013. Interment was at Mt. Orab Cemetery. The E.C. Nurre Funeral Home, Bethel, served the family.
Ann P. Crawford, 94, Sardinia died Friday, January 25, 2013. She is survived by 1 son Jay (Arlene) Crawford and 1 daughter Jan Crawford, 2 grandsons and 2 great grandchildren, a nephew Gary Patton and a great nephew Greg Patton. Services were held at Wednesday January 30, 2013 at the Sardinia Church of Christ. Burial was in Buford Cemetery. The Beam-Fender Funeral Home, Sardinia, served the family.
Lucille Michael Hart, 81 of Georgetown, Oh., died Tuesday, January 22, 2013. She received her bachelor degree in Education from the University of Kansas and her masters degree from the Miami University. In 1977 she was hired as a librarian for the Georgetown Exempted School District, she retired in 1997 after twenty years of service. Mrs. Hart was a member of the International Wizard of Oz Club, the Ephemera Society of America and the Golden Glow of Christmas Past. Lucille was born February 1, 1931 in Humboldt, Kan., the daughter of the late William and Dorothy (Clemmons) Michael. Mrs. Hart is survived by her husband of sixty-two years - James Hart, whom she married August 26, 1950; one son – Michael Hart of Georgetown, two daughters – Susan Hart of Santa Fe, NM., and Betsy Campbell of Pigeon Forge, Tenn., three grandchildren – Sarah Rubinstein of Brooklyn, NY., and Jesse Campbell and Isaac Blackburn both of Pigeon Forge, Tenn., and her faithful loving dog – Roxanne Wunderbeast. Following cremation, there will be no services. Mrs. Hart requested that instead of memorial contribution, she would like for everyone to share a good book. The Cahall Funeral Home, Georgetown, served the family.
Esther Marie Lail, 53, Yellow Springs, Oh., died on Tuesday, January 29, 2013. She is survived by her companion: Joshua Hayward, parents, Charles Bruce and the late Virginia F. Ellis Lail, sister, Marilyn Joyce (James) Maynard, brother, Mark Edward (Ruth) Lail, 7 nieces, 3 great-grandnephews. Services were at the Bethel Church of the Nazarene, 50 East Water St., Bethel, Ohio on Saturday, February 2, 2013 at 12 p.m. Visitation will also be on Saturday, February 2, 2013 from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m., also at the church. Burial was at the Confidence Cemetery, Georgetown, Ohio. The Charles H. McIntyre Funeral Home, Felicity, served the family.
Phyllis J. Dowd, 78 Phyllis J. Dowd, 78. Mt. Orab, Oh., 78, entered into rest Wednesday, January 30, 2013. Phyllis was born July 23, 1934. Preceded in death by her parents, Ernest and Zalie Ethel Worrell. Mrs. Dowd attended the Wesleyan Church in Mt. Orab. She was the beloved wife of Bill Dowd, loving mother of Rev. Darrell (Nancy) Dowd of Greenfield, Oh., Connie (Mike) Manning of Mt. Orab, Sandra (Jerry) Sydnor of Ripley, Cindy (Rodney) Phillips of Fayetteville, and Kevin W. (Theresa) Dowd of Mt. Orab, cherished grandmother of Steven, Terry, Tiffany, Stephanie, Amberly, Allison, Joseph, Cody, Lisa and Emily; affectionate great-grandmother of Merissa, Torrence, Josslyn, Braylee, Jaxon, Emily, Connor, A.J., Jett and Sydney; dear sister of Joyce Lewis of Covington, Ky., Jerry Worrell of Cynthiana, Ky., and Judy Shepperd of Dry Ridge, Ky. Services were held Friday, February 1, 2013 at the Wesleyan Church. Burial was in Mt. Orab Cemetery, Green Township. The Megie Funeral Home, Mt. Orab, served the family.
Cory Shane Cooper, 42 Cory Shane Cooper, 42, passed away Wednesday, January 23, 2013. He was born March 18, 1970 in Phoenix, Arizona, to Anne and Thomas. In addition to his parents, Cory is survived by his twin brother, Cary (Debbie) of Livermore, CA, and his sister, Lacey Chavez (Mark) of Anthem, AZ. Also surviving are the loves of his life. His four children, Amanda, Levi, Danielle and Austin, all of Arizona. Two precious grandsons, Cordel and Rydel, also in Arizona. Cory also leaves behind three nieces, Candis, Jessica and Ariana and his nephew, Teddy. His aunts, Nancy and Sue and Uncles, Bobby and Tom and cousins, Danielle, Kelly and Kathleen. Cory was an ordained minister of the Universal Life Church and performed numerous marriages for friends and family. A pot luck "Celebration of Life", for friends and family to share memories and stories will take place at the Aberdeen OH Community Building, located behind the Aberdeen Fire Department on Budig Dr, Saturday, February 9, 2013 at 4 p.m. Cory will be going home to Arizona with his brother and sister.
Frances L. Allen, 88 Frances L. Allen, 88, of Lynx, Oh., died Monday, January 28, 2013. She was born October 6, 1924 near Tulip in Brush Creek Township in Adams County. She was preceded in death by parents, Homer and Loah (Fenton) Grooms, and first husband, Hubert Saylors. She is survived by husband, Harold E. Allen of Lynx; two brothers, Russell Grooms of West Union and William Grooms of Maineville; one sister, Phyllis Roush of Bethel; many nieces and nephews; one brother-inlaw, Malcolm Allen of Webster, New York; and two sisters-in-law, Loveda Grooms of Springboro and Geneva Palmer of Lebanon. She retired from the Sears Company at the Dayton Mall in Dayton and worked in the Display Department for 29 years. She was a member of the American LegionLadies Auxiliary Unit 100 in West Union and was a member of the West Union Senior Citizens Club. Services were held Thursday, January 31, 2013 where Reverend Volley Reed officiated. The interment was at East Liberty Cemetery in Lynx. The Lafferty Funeral Home, West Union, served the family.
Clark Anderson Godby, 82 Clark Anderson Godby, 82, Georgetown, Oh., died Tuesday, January 22, 2013. He was retired from Cincinnati Milacron, but had worked many other jobs. Clark was a milk truck driver, a meat cutter, life insurance agent and delivered oil. He was a Hamersville High School graduate and a member of the Georgetown Church of Christ. Mr. Godby was born February 15, 1930 in Mt. Olivet, Ky., the son of the late Warren and Lucy Blanche (Anderson) Godby. Besides his parents, he was preceded in death by one brother, James Clinton Godby. Mr. Godby is survived by his wife of sixty-two years – Donna (Frodge) Godby, whom he married July 1, 1950; one daughter – Vicki Tolin Biggers and husband Danny of Columbus, Oh., one son – John Warren Godby and wife Lori of Ripley, seven grandchildren; sixteen great grandchildren; four great-great grandchildren; two nephews; four nieces; eight very special cousin and many dear friends. Services were held Saturday, January 26, 2013 at the Georgetown Church of Christ, 149 Hamer Road, Georgetown, where Scott Hennig officiated. Interment was in the Confidence Cemetery in Georgetown. If desired memorial contributions may be made to the Georgetown Church of Christ, 149 Hamer Road, Georgetown, Ohio 45121. The Cahall Funeral Home, Georgetown, served the family.
Walter Lee “Pete” Hutton, 84 of Georgetown, Oh., died Sunday, January 27, 2013. He was a farmer and worked with horses for many years. Mr. Hutton was born June 28, 1928 in Bethel, Oh., the son of the late Louise Hiler Day. He was also preceded in death by his wife – Helen (Henize) Hutton; one sister – Helen Meyers; several half brothers and sisters. Mr. Hutton is survived by one sister – Ruth Teeters of Georgetown, and several cousins and step grandchildren. Services were held on Thursday, January 31, 2013 where Jeremy Stout officiated. Interment was in Sander’s Cemetery near Georgetown, Oh. The Cahall Funeral Home, Georgetown, served the family.
Wilma Ann Stutz, 73
Mary Noel Howerton, 76
Wilma Ann Stutz, 73, Felicity, Oh., died on Thursday, January 24, 2013. She is survived by her husband of 54 years, Hubert L Stutz, 5 children: Donna Sue Adams, Michele Stutz, David Lee Stutz, Douglas Wayne Stutz and Robert Dale Stutz, 8 granddaughters, 1 grandson, 2 greatgranddaughter’s, 1 great-grandson, 4 brothers: John Kirschner, Gary Kirschner, Fred Kirschner and Joe Kirschner, 3 sisters, Sissy Thompson, Wanda Prater and Linda Kirschner, numerous nieces and nephews. She was a member of the Clermont Chapter #135 Eastern Star and the Felicity Christian Church. Eastern Star Services were at the Felicity Christian Church on Saturday, January 26, 2013 at 1 p.m., with funeral services to follow. Visitation will also be on Saturday, January 26, 2013 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., also at the church. Burial will be at the Felicity Cemetery, Felicity, Ohio. Memorials may be made to the: Felicity Christian Church, PO Box 102, Felicity, Ohio 45120. The Charles H. McIntyre Funeral Home, Felicity, served the family.
Mary Noel Howerton, 76, Felicity, Oh., died on Tuesday, January 29, 2013. She is survived by her husband, David Howerton. 3 children, Dave (Regina) Howerton, Brent (Irene) Howerton and Nicole (Mark) Steidel, 6 grandchildren, Christine, Kelli, Brook and Taylor Howerton and Joseph and Benjamin Steidel, 3 stepgrandchildren, Carrie, Cassie and the late Chad, 6 step-great-grandchildren: Landon, Carley, Gavin, Colt, Camden and Kensley, sister, Patricia Buschhaus, numerous nieces and nephews. She was a member of Clermont Chapter #135 OES, member of the Felicity Christian Church. Services will be at the Felicity Christian Church, 847 St Rt 133, Felicity, Oh., on Monday, February 4, 2013 at 11 a.m. Visitation will be at the Felicity Christian Church, on Sunday, February 3, 2013 from 2 to 5 p.m., with Eastern Star services at 5 p.m. Burial will be at the Chilo Hill Cemetery, Chilo, Ohio. The Charles H. McIntyre Funeral Home, Felicity, served the family.
Walter Lee “Pete” Hutton, 84
Raymond E. Osbon, Sr., 80 Raymond E. Osbon, Sr., 80, Pikeville, Tenn., and formerly of Bethel, passed away January 25, 2013. Raymond was the loving husband of the late Arline Osbon (nee Hursong), beloved father of Diane (Tad) Gibson, Ruth Wilder, Raymond (Beverly) Osbon Jr., and Brenda Hadley, devoted grandfather of Rob Masterson, P.D. and Randi Wilder, Ashley and Amber Osbon, Jennifer Hadley and Julia Muller and 9 great-grandchildren, dear brother of the late William and Earl Osbon. He was a Korean War veteran, an active member of the American Legion and a member of Calvary Baptist Church in Pikeville, Tenn. Services were held Tuesday, January 29, 2013. Interment was in Tate Township Cemetery. The E.C. Nurre Funeral Home, Bethel, served the family.
Margaret Lucille (nee Miller) Snider, 86 Margaret Lucille(nee Miller) Snider, 86, of Fayetteville, Oh., died on Sunday, January 27, 2013. She was born on September 4, 1926 in Waverly, Oh., to the late Charles and Minnie (Yeager) Miller. She was the beloved wife of the late Donald Snider, loving, devoted mother of David (Donna) Snider, Blanchester, Donna (Doug) Richards, Blanchester, Rick (Theresa) Snider, Ripley, Diane (Jeff) Helmer, Goshen, grandmother to Ronnie, Mike, Donnie, Jim, Zachary, Colby, Mary, Ashley, Jeffrey and Autumn, great-grandmother to Courtney, Cory, Cody and Haleigh. Also loved by many nieces and nephews. Services were held Thursday, January 31, 2013, where Jim Koerber officiated. Burial was at St. Patrick Cemetery, Fayetteville. The Egbert Funeral Home, Mt. Orab, served the family.
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Fighting The Good Fight There are battles raging in the world today and have been from the day Adam and Eve were placed in the garden. God said, “But of the tree of the knowledge of good and evil thou shalt not eat of it; for in the day that thou eatest thereof thou shalt surely die.” Satan said, “Ye shall not surely die.” He lied. So Eve ate of the fruit. There has been conflict among men from that day to this. There are battles between children and parents, battles in the school, battles between adults and battles in marriages. Fiftyfour percent of first marriages end in divorce. Seventy-five percent of second and ninety percent of third marriages end in divorce. You will need God if you are going to have success in this world, your home, your life and your marriage. You cannot do it on your own. You need God and the only way to have God is through the person of Jesus Christ. Another one of Satan’s battles that is raging in the world today is the lack of discipline in the home, schools and the place of work. We need discipline in the world. Our children are in danger of growing up totally undisciplined. The problem is that the government has entered into the home and does not allow parents to properly discipline their children. Listen young people. If you will allow God’s discipline in your life, you will amount to something in this world. Your life will not go to ruin. It will not be a waste. In chapters sixteen and seventeen of I Samuel, a battle is fought. Picture in your mind this scene. On one mountain is the army of Israel, on the other, the army of Philistines. In between is a large valley. Everything is fairly equal until one object throws the battle in favor of the Philistines. This object is a giant named Goliath. He is an experienced soldier, trained in battle. He proceeds to challenge the army of God. Can you see him? He is over nine feet tall. He calls out, “Send me just one man to do battle with Whosoever prevails will win the entire war.” He challenges the whole army of the living God and proclaims that their God can do nothing to help them. Are you with me so far? What do you think? It is written in I Corinthians 1:27, “But God hath chosen the foolish things of the world to confound the wise, and God hath chosen the weak things of the world to confound the things which are mighty... and things which are not, to bring to nought things that are.” What will God do? Will he bring a twelve-foot giant to fight against
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the nine-foot giant, or will he bring a skinny young man? We all know the answer. It is young David. Listen, God brings his plan into focus. David’s father, Jesse, had eight sons of which David was the youngest. He was the baby of the family, a shepherd boy. He never had military training. He wasn’t strong or powerful. His father told him to take some goodies to his brothers, see how the battle was going and report back to him. Jesse had sent him out at just the proper time. When David got there, he saw the army of Israel on one mountain and the Philistines on the other. He ran into the camp of Israel to find out what was happening. He appraised the situation and said, “Is there not a cause?” He told them with God’s help he would fight the giant. David stepped out with just what he had and he fought. He made no arrangement for retreat. He didn’t back off. He stepped out with confidence in God. We should not make arrangements for retreat either. By faith, we should move forward. Sure, the devil attacks and it all depends on what you are going to do about it when he does. We do not have to be defeated. David slung his stone. The giant fell down dead and the army of the Philistines fled. “Greater is He that is in us than he that is in the world.” Look in I Samuel 16:13 and you will find why David was able to defeat the giant. It says, “and the Spirit of the LORD came upon David from that day forward.” From the time Samuel anointed David, “the Spirit of the LORD was upon him. The Bible states, “if God be for us, who can be against us?” No matter how it looks, what the odds, or how big the giant, you are on the winning side if you are on God’s side. I don’t know what habit you have, what you have done in the past, or what problems you have now. That’s your Goliath. What you need is some David-like faith. The battle you are having with Satan, which keep you from serving God, is not your battle. It is God’s. Will you let God help you win the battle?
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Schwallies welcome new addition kyle and amy schwallie, sardinia announce the birth of their daughter, Hailey Rose. Hailey was born thursday, december 13, 2012. she weighed 6 pounds, 10 ounces. Hailey was welcomed home by big sister, Hannah. Maternal grandparents are Gerald and Becky Ralston, Georgetown. Paternal grandparents are karl and diana schwallie, sardinia. The Brown County Press would like to congratulate Kyle and Amy on the birth of Hailey Rose.
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Riley, Anderson to share vows kevin and susan Riley of Mt. Orab, are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter, kathryne to Clayton anderson, son of Connie anderson of williamsburg, and Ronnie anderson also of williamsburg. kathryne and Clayton are both 2009 graduates of western Brown High school. Ms. Riley, a graduate of uC Blue ash, is employed as an imaging operator at Multi-Color Corporation in Batavia. Mr. anderson is the owner of C. a. Irrigation in Mt. Orab. the couple will wed on March 16, 2013 at Owensville united Methodist Church in Owensville, and will honeymoon in the Bahamas. The Brown County Press would like to congratulate Kathryne and Clayton on their upcoming nuptials!
Baker and Leach march in Inaugural Parade The following Virginia Military Institute cadets were among the approximately 1,500 who marched in this year's presidential Inaugural Parade Jan. 21. Christopher J. Baker is from Georgetown. Cadet Baker's parent is Ms. April L. Piepho. Kevin S. Leach is from Sardinia. Cadet Leach's parents are Mr. & Mrs. David J. Leach Sr.. The Corps of Cadets marched through the heart of Washington D.C., from the U.S. Capitol Building to the reviewing stand at
the White House. The Corps was the final group in the parade, passing the president in review at about 6:30 p.m. The cadets' participation marked the 14th time that the VMI Corps of Cadets has marched in a presidential Inaugural Parade. VMI, with an enrollment of 1,600 cadets, is the nation's oldest state-supported military college. U.S. News and World Report has ranked it among the top three public-supported liberal arts colleges in the nation.
Southwest Area Farmers Evening meeting set
Synergy Insurance Agency is sponsoring a Southwest Area Farmers Evening (S.A.F.E.) meeting on Thursday, February 7 at 7 p.m. at the Southern Hills Career and Technical Center, Georgetown. Guest speakers will include Danielle Thompson, BCSWC Education and Wildlife Specialist, Jeff Sollars, Ohio Soybean Association board member, Brad Heckathorn, Hudson Crop and Growers National Cooperative regional manager. These ag industry experts will speak on wildlife crop damage, growers national cooperative, crop insurance changes for 2013 and soybean industry promotions and updates. Additional information, snacks and doorprizes will
also be available. SHCTC is located at 9193 Hamer Road, Georgetown. RSVP is appreciated at (937) 3786600.
R’ville Fire Dept. sets fundraiser The Russellville Fire Department is sponsoring a Spaghetti Dinner and Euchre Tournament on Saturday, February 9, 2013 at the Russellville Fire House. Dinner starts at 5:30 p.m. with a Euchre Tournament at 7:30 p.m. The proceeds will go towards the purchase of new equipment.
Rising Stars 4-H to meet BY Alicia Gifford Rising Stars 4-H reporter Rising Stars 4 H club will hold their first meeting of 2013 on Sunday February 10, 2013 at 4 p.m. They will meet in the cafeteria of the Georgetown Jr. Sr. High School. This will be an informative meeting for new and old members. Officer nominations will be taken at this meeting. Anyone wishing to learn more about 4-H please call (937) 378-6716.
Several more loved ones have moved on through the last phase of their life here on this earth. Dear Mrs. Elizabeth Pennington ran the race and this weekend won her prize, never wavering from her faith, nor her opportunities to share her love for her family, friends, and acquaintances and all of their friends, families, and acquaintances. A true role model. Sincere sympathy to the her loved ones. Sincere sympathy to family, friends, and loved ones of Charles Ray Spires. Sincere sympathy to the family, friends, and loved ones of Mary Covert Williams. Mary always showed great respect and care for those around her. Another role model has gone on to her reward. This Friday, February 1 at 7 p.m. a special time of singing will be held at the Meadowwood Nursing Home. This indeed is a special time and you are invited. Starting February 6 at 7 p.m. the Decatur Methodist Church will begin having Wednesday night Bible Study under the direction of Gary and Suzanne Hopkins, the new pastor and his wife. You are invited. Last week I attended the Brown County Seniors meeting held once a month, on the fourth Wednesday, at the American Legion in Georgetown. It was a very enjoyable time and I met some new friends that turned out to be old friends of Red Oak. Small world! Speaking of Red Oak the cemetery association has a blow with the loss of their coordinator Mary Louise Mitchell Koernor. However,
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MaRy HOwlette for right now to go to person regarding the cemetery is Kristel Titus at (937) 2131554 cell, and (937) 3924922 home, and the funeral homes also have that information. Please keep Georgia Woolard's family in your prayers. Georgia and her family have long published the Manchester Signal newspaper. The Red Oak Presbyterian Church is planning an eventful day on Sunday, February 17 when the congregation is to come in for pancakes, bacon, and orange juice and coffee at 9 a.m. Congratulations to Stephanie Sizemore for winning first place in the high jump. Sorry that I did not get the information of where this completion was held but-we are mighty proud of her! My Bible verses for the
Barbara Berry celebrates 80th birthday All are invited to wish Barbara Berry, Georgetown a very happy 80th birthday from 1 - 4 p.m. at the Eagles Hall, 600 Mt. Orab Pike, Georgetown on Saturday, February 9, 2013. No gifts please, just your presence is requested. If you can’t make it on to the party please feel free
to join in a card shower for her actual birthday on Friday, February 15. Cards may be sent to: Barbara barry 6204 Delhi-Arnheim Road Georgetown, Oh. 45121. The Brown County Press would like to wish Barbara Berry a very Happy 80th Birthday!
Southern State announces honors lists for fall semester Southern State Community College has released its president’s and dean’s list for academic excellence for Fall Semester 2012. To be eligible for the president’s list, a student must maintain a 4.0 grade point average while carrying a specific number of academic credit hours. Those who achieve the dean’s list are also full-time students who have earned at least a 3.5 grade point average out of a possible 4.0. Named to the president’s list from BROWN COUNTY were: Lauren Heath from Aberdeen; Ash-
ley Sherwood from Fayetteville; Jennifer Patrick, Angela Rios, Kristi Vaughn and Miranda White from Georgetown; Emily Turner from Hillsboro; Gideon Meyer, Carolyn Mullins and Kali Spires from Russellville; Kayla Lawson, Alexis Lennert and Abigail Troutman from Sardinia; Macie Cooper from Winchester. Named to the dean’s list were: Sylvester Gardner from Bethel; Bethany Powell and Lawrence Wolf from Fayetteville; Alicia Richmond, Machaela Riggs and Andrea Tracy from George-
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The Western Brown Band Boosters invite everyone to join them on Wednesday, February 6 from 5 - 8 p.m. at Buffalo Wings & Rings in Eastgate Mall for a fund raising evening. 10 percent of all proceeds during this time will benefit the Western Brown Winter Guard. Also enjoy a performance by the Winter Guard.
Southern Hills Career and Technical Center, located at 9193 Hamer Road, Georgetown is currently offering assorted classes for adults. Learn All About Social Media Are you interested in learning more about the social media craze? Southern Hills Career and Technical Center is offering a class that will introduce you to the use of different types of social media such as Facebook
WC announces fall 2012 Dean’s List Several area residents have been named to the Wilmington College Dean’s List for the 2012 fall semester. To be eligible for the Dean’s List honor, a student must be enrolled fulltime and maintain at least a 3.5 grade point average on a 4.0 scale. Area residents named to the Dean’s List from the main campus are listed with their rank and major; those attaining a 4.0 are duly noted: ADAMS COUNTY PEEBLES – Paige E. Newman, junior (4.0), English. BROWN COUNTY MOUNT ORAB – Julia K. Baker, junior, business administration; Dara R. Howser, sophomore (4.0), agriculture. BLANCHESTER –
week are Psalms 6: 2-10, Matthew 20: 12-15, Matthew 20: 20-28. Well, yet still another internet technician at Howelett House this week. However, this one introduced me to a wonderful website call Spotify. There I can listen to any song that comes into my mind. Not only that I can make my own list to play at my own leisure, and the most wonderful part is that this website is FREE! Happy, Happy Birthday and Happy Anniversary to: Robin Burbage, Scott Hundley, Julia Hoover, Arthur Dakin, Grace Bowling Dickson, Carolyn/ Chester Holton, Charles A. Gilliland, Lee/Roger Dillion, Charles F. Myers, Randy Brown, Bob Salisbury, Tonya Dotson Schlomer, Shirley and Will Wagoner Jr., James D. Haitz, Robert Poage, Lisa Shelton & Mark Duane Salisbury, Susan K. Watson Ratliff, Mark D. Salisbury, Nancy A. Salisbury, William M. Baird, Geannie and James Gilliland, Lorena/Elmer Carr, Maria Day Klump, Otis Kokensparger, Hanna Sherwood.
Jacob M. Boehm, junior (4.0), agriculture. LAKE WAYNOKA – Hannah M. Fetters, sophomore (4.0), chemistry. FAYETTEVILLE – Kristin M. Finkbeiner, senior (4.0), psychology. RIPLEY – Brad J. Hamilton, sophomore, athletic training. CLERMONT COUNTY BATAVIA – Megan E. McDonough, senior (4.0), social/political studies. BETHEL – Keegan A. Martin, athletic training. FAYETTEVILLE – Andrew S. Freeman, senior (4.0), education. GOSHEN – Meredith Budde, sophomore, education. MOUNT ORAB – Angelica F. Zugg, senior, education. NEWTONSVILLE –
Jacob T. Sydnor, sophomore, art. WILLIAMSBURG – Shelby L. Gacek, junior, business administration. CLINTON COUNTY BLANCHESTER – Bradi D. Ahrmann, senior, education; Rebecca J. Brooks, senior, education; Brooklyn C. Frazier, senior, agriculture; Kyle J. Hamilton, senior, education; Kara R. Kirkendall, senior, business administration; Megan C. Rich, senior, education; Jennifer T. Rineair, sophomore, education; Justin D. Straight, sophomore (4.0), education; Aubrey A. Malott, freshman (4.0), biology; Jarred M. Miller, freshman, criminal justice; Ethan R. Powles, junior, education; Dylan R. Swormstedt, senior, communication arts; Kelsey L. Wilson, sophomore, agriculture.
town; Emily Bolender and Meranda Jennings from Hamersville; Crystal Mounts from Mt. Orab; Ariel Haitz and Ta’Keyah Stevens from Ripley; Maria Johnson and Stacy Sandlin from Russellville; Christie Bailey, Katelyn Handra, Dawn Heinzl, Lindsey Hopkins, Hailee Lainhart, Erin Luke, Sydney Yockey and Jessica Zile from Sardinia; Jessica Puckett and Rebecca Worley from Winchester. To learn more, call 1-800628-7722, email email@example.com or visit www.sscc.edu.
and Twitter. Learn to socialize, reconnect with old friends, as well as make new friends, through different forms of social media. This course will teach you how to create personal pages, business pages, upload pictures, and much more! Join the fun with the Social Media class beginning February19, 2013. Class will meet Tuesday and Thursday evenings from 6 until 9 p.m. for three consecutive weeks. CAD Classes Have you ever wanted to learn CAD (Computer Aided Design)? Learn the basics of CAD using the latest version of AutoCAD for part generation and construction drawing. CAD is the art of expressing thoughts and ideas in a technical manner. Drawings are provided to develop student skills. Areas of instruction include: inputting lines, circles, arcs, windowing, inserting and changing drawings and entities. CAD classes are held on Tuesday and Thursday evenings from 6 until 9 p.m. for ten weeks. The next class will begin on February 12, 2013. For more information or registration please call Southern Hills Adult Education office at (937) 3786131 Ext. 357. We accept Visa and MasterCard. Remember: Education is not just for kids!
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Coburn stated “We had very deep concern about the lack of activity, and absolutely no contact with her family and friends. We were holding out hope that she would turn up, but unfortunately, that was not to be. Our hearts go out to Rhonda’s family and loved ones. Hopefully, at least this will allow them some closure.”
Man arrested in Aberdeen after car and foot chase On Tuesday, January 29, 2013 at approximately 4:45 p.m. while on patrol Chief Greg Caudill and Officer Joe Shook observed a late model red and black Dodge pick up truck turning left onto Black Gun Street off of west bound 52. With prior knowledge that Taylor Allan Fryman had a warrant out of Brown County Sheriffs Office and he has been traveling in that vehicle, the officers attempted to pull the vehicle over. Chief Greg Caudill and Officer Joe Shook was able to come in contact with that vehicle at the intersection of Black Gum Street and U.S. 41. Chief Caudill was the operator of the police vehicle, he then turned on the vehicles emergency lights, and siren. After the emergency lights were activated the operator failed to come to a stop and continued to travel north on U.S. 41. The vehicle reached a top speed of 50 mph. The vehicle then turns onto SR 763 and almost causes an accident while turning onto SR 763. However, the vehicle was able to come to a complete stop before striking Mr. Fryman’s vehicle. The officers were able to catch back up to the vehicle before in the bridge on SR
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763. The vehicle then turns into the driveway of 1300 SR 763 and pulls next to the house at an angle. Before the vehicle was able to come to a complete stop Mr. Fryman exited the vehicle from the passenger side. The operator of the vehicle stayed in the vehicle. Mr. Fryman started running towards the woods at this resident. At this time Chief Caudill and Officer Shook get in a foot pursuit with Mr. Fryman. Mr. Fryman then cuts into the creek. A few seconds later Mr. Fryman then starts to exit the creek on the left side, which is when Officer Shook runs around the creek to block him off. Chief Caudill was behind him when Mr. Fryman ran through the creek. Mr. Fryman then notices us around him and ends up lying on the ground with his hands in the air. Chief Caudill then approaches him and controls his hands to put him in handcuffs. As we are walking back Mr. Fryman continued to state the operator had nothing to do with it. During the investigation the operator of the vehicle was identified through Ohio LEADS as Kyra Christina Combess. She stated Mr. Fryman told her to keep driving. Both suspects were charged with failure to comply with order of signal of Police Officer, both misdemeanors to the first degree. Ripley responded to assist in the investigation. Ripley also transported Mr. Fryman to the Aberdeen Police Department. Officer Matthew Disney then transported him to the Brown County Sheriffs detention center for his warrant.
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CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1 comments a recommendation was made by Watson, committee chair, to sign with AMP. In the end, council approved Germann’s recommendation and approved an ordinance authorizing the agreement, after foregoing the three reading rule. It also agreed to become a member. “Also, when we were
The Catholic Rural Life Conference of the St. Martin Deanery will hold its regular meeting on Thursday evening, Thursday, February 14, 2013. On the agenda is a discussion of what activities we should give priority in 2013. The meetings are open to anyone who shares our goals of bringing a Christian perspective to life in rural areas, preserving our rural heritage and working to promote dialogue between rural and urban leaders. The meeting will be held at St. Mary’s church hall in Arnheim at 7 p.m. For directions or more information, call Pat Hornschemeier at (937) 378-4769 (day) or (937) 378-4560 (evening).
putting together the budget for 2013,” Germann said, “One of the things the police department requested was a vehicle. In 2012 the village selected not to purchase a police cruiser because of budget constraints. But we did put money in there towards the purchase of a vehicle in 2013.” Germann reported to council that over the last four months he had been working with Lt. Robert Freeland comparing quotes to purchase a 2013 Dodge Charger for the Georgetown Police Department. After receiving several quotes on costs, Germann recommended accepting the lowest quote from Griswold Installation Service for $34,912. He stated that $25,000 has been allocated in capital outlay towards the purchase with the remaining balance being split over 2014 and 2015. “The car itself roughly costs about $24,000,” Germann said, “The rest is the
cost for putting a cage inside it, the light bar and putting all the equipment inside the vehicle so that it’s ready to roll.” Council unanimously approved a motion to purchase the new vehicle. Police Chief Buddy Coburn added that realistically it would take between 80 and 90 days to receive the vehicle once it was ordered. Joey Rockey, Georgetown Fire Chief, gave council an organized list of all the runs his department made in 2012, calling it an average year. He said about 52% of the 189 emergency calls were within the Village of Georgetown. Mutual aid calls were answered three times for Ripley, three times for Higginsport, three times for Mt. Orab, four times for Russellville, once for Sardinia and two times for Hamersville. The next meeting for Georgetown Council will be on Thursday, February 14 at 7:30 p.m.
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Kasich signs Executive Order to help foodbanks Governor John R. Kasich signed Executive Order 2013-01K, authorizing the expenditure of $1.5 million in Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) funds. The Governor’s Office of Faith-Based Initiatives will use the funds to assist the Ohio Association of Foodbanks and increase the amounts of food for atrisk children in the summer months.
“We will do whatever we can do within the law to assist Dr. Varnau.”, Wenninger said. Schadle said the current dispute centers on Varnau’s written acceptance of Sheriff’s Department policy at death scenes. He said until procedures are documented and agreed upon, his deputies feel uncertain about procedure. Schadle said that had an agreement been in place, the BCSO would have rendered more assistance to Dr. Varnau. “Had she been willing to accept our policy as proper and give us written notice that she accepted it, we would have treated that scene as a homicide. We would have gathered evidence, towed the car back to our office for processing, and notified the family. We are not required under the law to do that, but we extended that courtesy to Dr. McKinley because we had a firm understanding of procedure with him. Dr. Varnau was not willing to acknowledge our procedures as proper, so we cannot extend her the same courtesy. Instead, we are following Ohio law which says that the Coroner is responsible for all investigations at all deaths that are not ruled a homicide.” Georgetown Police Chief Forest “Buddy” Coburn released a statement on the death of Cheesman. It read in part; “(Our) department put in countless hours in investigating her disappearance, and made dozens of phone calls to people who were known to have had any association with her. Her phone and bank records were subpoenaed and monitored by the police. Chief Forrest” Buddy”
CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1 when Jessica contacts us, we will assign investigators to do any investigation needed.” Schadle said that the Sheriff’s Department was being forced to strictly follow Ohio Law because Dr. Varnau has so far refused to acknowledge in writing that she finds the death scene policy of the Sheriff’s Department acceptable. For her part, Varnau said that she was assisted in her investigation of Cheesman’s death by the Ohio Bureau of Criminal Investigation and Identification “because I could not get the Sheriff’s Office to respond.” In a telephone call to the Brown County Press on Jan. 30, Dr. Varnau said she is working on trying to fix her relationship with the Brown County Sheriff’s Office. “I have initiated an attempt to repair the working relationship that I have with the sheriff’s office with the assistance of a third party. Privately, I am trying to go through different departments to make sure that we have an amicable relationship.” Varnau said she has not spoken to anyone in the Sheriff’s Department directly, and did not name the individual who would serve as an intermediary, saying that the person had not been designated yet. “After my interaction last night, it was something that I definitely think that...for the better care of our decedents, we definitely need to have a good working relationship.” Brown County Sheriff Dwayne Wenninger said he is always willing to talk, and welcomes the effort to build a positive working relationship.
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Historical events of February 14th February 14 is widely known as Valentine's Day around the world. However, there are many other events that took place on this day throughout history that may make the fourteenth of February memorable for other reasons. 1630: A Dutch fleet of 69 ships reaches Pernambucu, Brazil. 1912: Arizona becomes the 48th state. 1919: The PolishSoviet War begins. 1968: The Pennsylvania Railroad and the NYC Central merge to form Penn Central.
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Sheriff Dwayne Wenninger reports that the Brown County Sheriff’s Office investigated a report of a Burglary which had been reported on August 11, 2012. The report indicated that while at her residence on
Fite Avenue, Hamersville, Ohio, a 88 year old woman’s electricity suddenly went off. There were no adverse weather conditions, so she attempted to call the power company. The victim stated that her telephone was also
out of service. While waiting for the power to come back on, the woman confronted an unknown woman coming from her garage into the living area of the house. The 88 year old woman asked the stranger who she
was and why she was in her home. After giving a false name and reason for being there, the woman was escorted from the residence. Further investigation into the incident revealed that the telephone lines had been
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First Power Over Parkinson’s Support Group Tuesday February 5, 2013 4:00pm Dealing with Parkinson’s Disease is difficult. It is common to feel scared and alone.
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pulled apart and the breaker had been disconnected. Entry into the residence had been made by prying open a window from the garage area and entering a door from the garage into the residence. Shoe prints around the separated telephone wires matched shoes identified as belonging to a suspect in the case. The suspect was identified as Leah Anne Adams, 24 years of age, from Fite Road, Hamersville, Ohio. She had remained at large, until her arrest on January 4, 2013 on unrelated charges. After questioning the suspect, the case was presented to the Grand Jury on January 23, 2013. On January 24, 2013, Leah Anne Adams was indicted for one count of Bur-
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glary, Felony 2nd Degree and Criminal Damaging, Misdemeanor 2nd Degree. She remains in custody at the Brown County Adult Detention Center on a $20,000.00 cash, surety, property bond.
Sheriff’s office extends hours for web checks and concealed carry license applications Sheriff Dwayne Wenninger reports that the Brown County Sheriff’s Office has extended their hours for accepting Web Checks (electronic arrest record checks) and Concealed Carry License Applications. “We are here to serve the public,” said Sheriff Wenninger “and I hope that the extended hours will make it more convenient for those who work during normal business hours.” The hours are as follows (EXCEPT HOLIDAYS):
Tuesday and Wednesday 9a.m. -7 p.m., Thursday and Friday - 9 a.m. - 3 p.m., Saturday - 8 a.m. - 12 p.m. Appointments are encouraged by calling (937) 3784435, but walk-ins are welcome. Information on Ohio’s concealed handgun licensing laws and how to obtain a Concealed Carry License can be obtained from the Sheriff’s website at www.browncountyohiosheriff.us .
Underwood Benefit set for February 9 There will be a Valentine’s Fundraiser for Rachel Underwood on Saturday, February 9, 2013 from 5 7:30 p.m. at the Georgetown Church of Christ. It will be an evening full of fun, food and fellowship. Doors open at 5 p.m., spaghetti dinner and silent auction run from 5 - 7:30
p.m. and a 3-on-3 Basketball Tournament for boys and girls teams grades 3-4, 5-6 and 7-8 goes from 5 - 7 p.m. The church is located at 149 Hamer Rd, Georgetown. To enter the basketball tournament or for more information call Teresa Renshaw at (937) 515-0030.
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Sluggish G-Men hold off Batavia Quick start helps BY Andrew Wyder The Brown County Press There isn’t much doubt that the Georgetown boys basketball team didn’t put foward its finest performance of the season on Tuesday night. The G-Men never found their rhythm against visiting Batavia and seemed helpless as the visitors gradually rallied from double digit deficit to take their first lead with just 4:40 left in the game. And even as the G-Men held off the Bulldogs for a 48-41 win to pick up their 15th victory in 16 games, there wasn’t much celebration coming from the Georgetown locker room after the game. They knew that they had dodged the proverbial bullet on a night where Georgetown coach Jerry Underwood felt his team did little all that well. “It was a struggle,” Underwood said. “We did win and I’ve been around long enough (to know) you take them when you can get them. “But at the same time there’s got to be a realization that is not the level that we’ve been playing and that is not the level we need to play in order to finish the season the way we want to.” Despite Underwood and G-Men forward Nathan Lewis both feeling the GMen lacked their normal intensity from the start, Georgetown was able to create some separation in the first half. Thanks in large part to the offensive effort of Lewis, the G-Men built as big as a 14 point lead in the first half. In fact, it was off Lewis points that the GMen extended their lead that far two different times. The senior forward scored 15 of his game-best 22 points, to go along with 12 rebounds, in the opening two quarters to help the G-
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Nathan Lewis shots a jump shot during the first half of Georgetown’s win over Batavia on Tuesday night.
Men build a 26-15 lead that looked plenty big enough to stand up to a Bulldogs squad struggling to hit shots. “I shot well in warm-ups so I thought, ‘Why not?’” Lewis said of looking to score early. But it was when the teams reconvened on the court for the second half that things started to change. Batavia scored the first 10 points of the second half and outscored the G-Men 12-2 in the third quarter, with Georgetown’s only points coming on a pair of Lewis free throws with 1:41 left in the quarter. It wasn’t just that the GMen weren’t scoring or that
the Bulldogs were finding it easier to do so, it was how it happened. The G-Men struggled to do many things that seemed to come to the group with ease as they opened the season with 14 wins in their first 15 games. They weren’t getting out and running, they struggled to just pass the ball to one another and turned the ball over eight times in the third quarter alone. “Our intensity just gave,” Lewis said. “We didn’t show up the third quarter and that also showed.” That third quarter flummoxed the G-Men’s coach. “Two points in the quarter,” Underwood said. “I wouldn’t have dreamed
that at anytime. But, you know, we survived it.” Even though the Bulldogs controlled the third quarter, they still found themselves behind by a point, 28-27, as the game entered its final quarter. It was no easy task -- the Bulldogs fought all the way back to take their first lead, 33-32, on Kyle Schmidtgen’s layup with 4:40 left and again 38 seconds later – but the G-Men clawed their way to a win. Jake Cropper completed a three point play by hitting the free throw after getting a jumper in the lane to fall as he was being fouled with 3:40 left to get the G-Men the lead back, 37-35, before his backcourt mate Jacob Miller put the game away. On a night where Lewis almost singlehandedly carried the G-Men through three quarters – he scored 17 of their 28 points by the time the final quarter got underway – Miller finished the Bulldogs off. He went to the free throw line 10 times in the fourth quarter and hit every one, including six in the final 32 seconds to ice the victory. Miller, who along with Cropper and Lewis, was one of only three G-Men to score, ended the night with 19 points thanks in large part to his 13-13 effort from the foul line. The G-Men shot 23-29 from the line as a team. “It’s bailed us out in many games, even the games we’ve played well and it’s been tight,” Underwood said of the G-Men’s strong foul shooting. “We’ve been fortunate to get the players we want at the free throw line. Both Jakes do a really good job of stepping up there and hitting.” Not one G-Men player seemed all that excited about picking up the win on Tuesday night, most likely because they realized, as Underwood had CONTINUED ON PAGE 14
Lady Warriors slip past Manchester BY Andrew Wyder The Brown County Press For one quarter, at least, last Thursday night, the Eastern girls basketball team didn’t play all that bad. The Lady Warriors shot the ball well, played solid defense and built a lead – 18-4 – that seemed to put them in prime position for an easy victory over a depleted and young Manchester team. That’s not exactly how it played out, though. Battling foul trouble and a pesky Lady Greyhounds group that just refused to give in, the Lady Warriors
struggled offensively the final three quarters and Manchester slowly climbed back into the game and got within single digits late as Eastern was outscored the final three quarters 30-27. But thanks in large part to that big opening quarter, and a few key free throws down the stretch, Eastern held on for a more difficult than it looked 45-34 Southern Hills Athletic Conference win. “We just don’t do things that we need to do to put a game away,” Eastern coach John Burrows said. “Too many turnovers. We got out of running an offense too many times.” CONTINUED ON PAGE 14
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Eastern’s Tressie Lewis prepares to go up for a layup last Thursday night against Manchester.
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Georgetown’s Jacob Miller drives towards the basket in the fourth quarter on Tuesday night against Batavia.
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for easy looks at the basket and for trips to the free throw line after forcing 10 of Manchester’s 27 turnovers in the opening quarter. By the time Johnson hit a 3-pointer after a particularly well executed offensive set with 1:01 left in the first quarter, the Lady Warriors had built their 18-4 lead. “We go through such spurts,” Burrows said. “We played really well starting out. Hit some shots and things. Then we stopped running an offense. Then we stopped making shots.” The Lady Greyhounds found a little more traction offensively as the second quarter opened and cut their lead to 11, 26-15, when Rideout grabbed a loose ball and layed it back in with 2:18 left in the half. Though they were starting to struggle offensively as the second quarter wore on, the Lady Warriors did enough to keep their double digit lead. Baskets from Kaylie Ruckel and Madeline Bornstein in the final two minutes of the half helped Eastern take a 15 point lead, 30-15, into halftime. Eastern’s struggles -- particularly turning the ball over, which they did 24 times on the night -- continued into the third quarter but, again, they had done
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eastern’s Molly Prine gets past her Manchester defender last thursday night in the lady warriors win.
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Boys Basketball 2/5 Western Brown at Bethel-Tate Georgetown at Felicity Ripley at Whiteoak 2/6 Fayetteville vs St. Patricks (KY) 2/8 Western Brown at New Richmond Georgetown vs CNE Eastern vs North Adams Ripley at West Union Fayetteville vs Peebles 2/9 Ripley vs Lynchburg-Clay
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Maria Johnson glides to the basket for a layup during eastern’s win last thursday night.
enough to built a 17 point lead, 38-21, by the time the quarter came to an end. But the Lady Greyhounds just kept chipping away and finally broke through with just three minutes left. An Adams jumper was the first of six straight Manchester points that helped the visitors cut the Lady Warriors lead to 10. Lauren Towne, fresh off the bench, calmly drilled a pair of free throws to push the Lady Warriors back on top by 12, 43-31, before Rideout hit a 3-pointer to cut the Eastern lead to nine with 18 seconds left. “They’re not gonna quit. They were coming back on us,” Burrows said. “They smelled blood so they were coming at us.” The visitors may have put up a valiant effort but the Lady Warriors had done enough in that first quarter to keep their positive play of late going. The win was the Lady Warriors third in their last four on the heels of a brutal stretch of games, and the Lady Warriors third-year
coach hoped to see his team continue its upward trajectory as the tournament looms around the corner. They started their march toward the sectional with a 41-29 loss to LynchburgClay on Monday night. The loss didn’t disappoint Burrows too much despite continued offensive struggles because his team continues to play hard and play strong defense. “Hopefully we can get that game and go into the rest of the season strong and go into the tournament ready to go,” Burroughs said. “That’s what we try to play for.” Manchester (7-10, 5-6 SHAC) 34 Adams 2 6 10, Johnson 2 0 4, Rideout 5 3 14, Casey 3 0 6, T. Himes 0 0 0. Totals: 12 9 34. Eastern (8-11, 5-5 SHAC) 45 Seigla 6 3 16, Johnson 2 3 8, Lewis 2 0 4, Prine 1 2 4, Turner 1 1 4, Purdy 0 1 1, Bornstein 1 2 4, Ruckel 1 0 2, Towne 0 2 2. Totals: 14 14 45. Halftime: E 30-15. 3pointers: M 1 (Rideout); E 3 (Seigla, Johnson, Turner).
two locals join Shawnee State hall of Fame Shawnee State University is proud to announce its 2013 Hall of Fame Class. Five members Adam Davenport, Dan Grummitt, Becky Holden Elkins, Sarah Downing (Koehler) and John Koustomer – will make up this year's Hall of Fame Class. Adam Davenport (Men's Basketball) becomes the sixth men's basketball player inducted into the SSU Hall of Fame and the first since Kirk Ruggles from the Class of 2007. Davenport played four seasons at Shawnee State (2001-05). He finished his career with 1,381 points, which was the third-highest total in school history at the time. He currently ranks fourth on the all-time scoring list. During his senior season, Davenport was a first-team All-AMC selection. This came after being named second-team AllAMC as both a sophomore and junior. In his first season at SSU, he was a member of the team that advanced to the AMC Tournament finals and was one game from the NAIA Tournament. He played in 126 games and made 110 starts. He averaged 13.4 points per game over his four seasons, including a career-best 18.4 points per game as a senior. Dan Grummitt (Baseball) becomes the fifth baseball player to be inducted into the SSU Hall of Fame and first since Brian Harrison, who was inducted with the 2008 Hall of Fame Class. Grummitt played three seasons (199698) at Shawnee State and during those three seasons he helped lead the Bears to 71 victories against just 40 losses and one tie. He batted over .340 in each of his three years with the Bears and finished with a career batting average of .363. His highest batting average came during the 1997 season when he hit .415. In his final season with the Bears,
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CONTINUED FROM PAGE 13 Hannah Rideout got the Lady Greyhounds on the board first when she hit one of two free throws after being fouled going back up after grabbing an offensive rebound. Her free throw gave the visitors a 1-0 lead – and their last point for the next 3:53. By the time Haylee Adams scored the next Manchester point, after hitting one of two free throws with 3:43 left in the opening quarter, the visitors found themselves trailing Eastern 12-2. The Lady Warriors opened up the big lead because they were executing on both ends of the floor. Offensively, they hit some shots and were aggressive on the offensive boards. Emily Turner got Eastern on the board with a 3pointer that gave the Lady Warriors a 3-1 lead, a lead that may seemed to have been shaky at times but was never relinquished. As well as they ran their offense to get good looks, though, the Lady Warriors really hit the offensive glass hard early on. Tressie Lewis, Kayla Seigla and Turner all scored off offensive rebounds. Their defense played a big role as well as the Lady Warriors set themselves up
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Georgetown’s Jake Cropper attacks the basket on tuesday night against Batavia.
G-Men: Win despite not playing their best CONTINUED FROM PAGE 13 alluded to, they had snuck out of there with a win. A bright spot to come out of that, though, was that the game not only kept the GMen undefeated in league play but provided a lesson they can use down the road. “We went through a stretch through the big schools (SBC-American Division) on the road (and had) some good games. We were playing well,” Underwood said. “Then we just bottomed out. Like I said, hopefully this is a learning
lesson. Fortunately, we can still win and learn that this can’t be how we play.” Batavia (4-10, 3-4 SBCN) 41 Schmidtgen 1 0 2, Sammons 0 0 0, White 5 0 10, Gilbert 6 1 13, Bourque 2 2 6, Suttles 1 0 3, Thorton 1 0 2, Herron 1 0 2, Canter 0 2 2. Totals: 18 5 41. Georgetown (15-1, 7-0 SBC-N) 48 Miller 3 13 19, J. Cropper 2 3 7, Williams 0 0 0, Lewis 7 7 22, T. Cropper 0 0 0, Lucas 0 0 0, Sandlin 0 0 0. Totals: 12 23 48. Halftime: GT 26-15. 3pointers: B 1 (Suttles); GT 1 (Lewis).
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Fayetteville graduate Becky holden elkins (second from left) and eastern graduate Sarah (Koehler) Downing (second from right) were inducted to the Shawnee State University hall of Fame on Jan. 18.
Grummitt hit .344 and scored 53 runs while driving in 44 more. He also hit 15 home runs that season to finish his career with 25. He finished his career with 91 runs, 86 RBI, 14 doubles and seven triples. After completing his Shawnee State career, he went on to be drafted by the Tampa Bay Devil Rays (now Rays) in the 22nd round of the MLB Amateur Draft, becoming the only SSU player to play on a Major League Baseball affiliated roster. He reached the AAA level by the 2003 season, playing for the Durham Bulls before his career ended. Becky Holden Elkins (women's basketball, softball, tennis, cross country and soccer) was the only player to come through Shawnee State and play on five different varsity teams
during her four-year career. Perhaps even more remarkable is that she not only played on five teams but was a key contributor to each, earning All-Conference accolades in basketball, tennis and softball. She played all four years on the women's basketball team and was a member of the 1999 National Championship Team. She scored 793 career points and holds the program's career record for free-throw percentage (81.2%). Holden Elkins, a 1997 Fayetteville High School graduate and the first Lady Rockets basketball player to be inducted into her college’s Hall of Fame, played in a total of 119 basketball games, making 67 starts. During her final season, she averaged 11.4 points per game and was named first-team AllAMC. In softball, she was
named honorable mention All-Conference during the 1999 season, helping her team to a 36-12 record. She was also a first-team AllAMC performer in tennis during the 2002 season. She was both an NAIA Scholar-Athlete and AllAMC Academic Team member for multiple teams. Holden Elkins was also a Joe Smith Award recipient, given to the outstanding senior that exemplifies attitude and sportsmanship. Sarah Downing (Koehler) (Women's Soccer) becomes the first member of the Shawnee State Hall of Fame to play exclusively on the women's soccer team. In her four seasons at Shawnee State (2004-07), Downing, a 2004 Eastern High School graduate and current Lady Warriors soccer coach, CONTINUED ON PAGE 15
The First Annual Southern Buckeye Conference girls and boys varsity basketball Conference Championships will be held this year, for the girls, at Western Brown High School on Saturday, Feb. 9 and, for the boys, at Goshen High School on Saturday, Feb. 16. The format will place an American Division team against a National Division team that finished in the identical position. Both the girls and boys championships will begin at 11:00 a.m. with the sixth place teams from each division squaring off. The schedule for both championships is as follows: -Sixth place American vs sixth place National, 11:00 a.m; -Fifth place American vs fifth place National, 12:30 p.m;
-Fourth place American vs fourth place National, 2:00 p.m.; -Third place American vs third place National, 3:30 p.m. -Second place American vs second place National, 5:00 p.m.; -First place American vs first place National, 6:30 p.m. This is the Conference Championship game. Admission will be $6 for adults and $4 for students and seniors. Basketball junkies can come out and watch six games for one price! The girls pairings will be announced on Friday, Feb. 8 after the last league game while the boys pairing wills be announced on Friday, Feb. 15 following the last league game. Please contact your schools for matchups.
Ogden’s Softball Park prepares for 31st season Ogden’s Softball Park, centrally located between Mt. Orab, Hamersville, Bethel and Williamsburg, is preparing for its 31st season this spring amidst some changes. For the past 30 years the park has been owned and operated successfully by Perry and Candi Ogden. This year, the day-today management of the park will transfer hands. The plan is to continue the strong tradition of Ogden’s adult softball leagues and tournaments, church leagues, men’s leagues and mixed couples’ leagues. However, new opportunities will be provided for youth sports at the
park. This year, girls’ fastpitch softball leagues and tournaments will be offered for those seven years old and above. Leagues will begin in mid-April and teams are welcomed to sign up now. Spots will fill up quickly. More information about the park can be found at www.PlayOgdens.com or when you can call (937) 444-2274. For information on slow pitch leagues and tournaments, call or text Justin Hines at (513) 3050658. Additionally, for information on fast pitch leagues and tournaments, call or text Travis Fisher at (513) 720-0388.
lady warriors: Big first quarter key to win
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BY Andrew Wyder The Brown County Press AMELIA—Tough losses have become an unfortunate byproduct of how the Western Brown boys basketball team plays. The Broncos are a scrappy bunch who defend, force turnovers and simply refuse to give in no matter the task at hand. And because of that, most nights this season the Broncos have found themselves fighting for a win with little time left on the clock. Of the Broncos 10 losses so far this season, seven have been by less than five points. Their latest setback, a 48-47 loss to Southern Buckeye ConferenceAmerican Division leader Amelia, was likely the Broncos toughest yet. They battled a bigger Barons squad all night long, taking leads of as much as eight, and responding to every one of Amelia’s rallies. But when all was said and done, it was Amelia guard Trevor Simon’s 3pointer with 1:13 left that helped the Barons to their second one point win over the Broncos this season. After what he believed to be his team’s best effort of the season, Western Brown coach Greg Foster was noticeably frustrated that his team had suffered a loss on a night they played so well. Much, if not all, of Foster’s frustrations were the calls, or non-calls, the officials made, particularly an Amelia foul of Eli Fulton as he shot the ball with 8.8 seconds left but was called on the floor and not on the shot. “It was one of the best games we played – by far,” Foster said after the game. “We played defense. (We) took care of the basketball (and) got shots when they were there. “The referees just cost those kids that just went out there and busted their butts and played as hard as they possibly could… they just cost them that basketball game.” Behind the play of Caden Piatt, who scored a team-best 19 points, and Fulton, the Broncos opened up an eight point lead four different times in the second quarter as the visitors held off each Baron rally. By the time Fulton hit three of four free throws on back-to-back trips with 1:01 left in the first half, the Broncos had built a 30-22 lead. But as well as they had played in the first half, the Broncos momentum was all but gone by the time halftime arrived. Amelia scored the final six points of the half to cut the Broncos lead to just two at the break, thanks in large part to a trio of Western Brown turnovers in the final 50 seconds of the half.
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Western Brown’s eli Fulton goes up and is fouled with eight seconds left in the Broncos game last Friday night. It was called a foul before the shot.
Foster felt some Amelia defensive adjustments were the cause. “We froze in our spots instead of reacting to it,” Foster said by phone on Wednesday. “We end up turning the ball over. Those were the biggest points in the game.” Two Garrett Weaver baskets to open the third quarter got the Barons a 32-30 lead a little less than three minutes in before the Broncos regrouped. A Piatt 3-pointer got the lead right back for the visitors before a Fulton layup and a pair of Spencer Allen free throws gave Western Brown a 37-32 lead with 3:59 left in the third quarter. But the Barons weren’t going away as they got the Bronco lead to one, 39-38, to start the fourth quarter and retook the lead with 4:30 left in the game on another Simon 3-pointer, 4544. The Barons had chances to add to their lead but they couldn’t hit free throws. The Barons got the line nine times and missed each and every one, which allowed the Broncos to stay right in the thick of it. Fulton hit one of two free throws with 2:54 left to tie the game at 45 before Piatt, after another Amelia missed free throw, hit a tough fall away jumper in the lane to give the Broncos a 47-45 lead with 2:06 left. “I think the rest of them fed off him,” Foster said of Piatt on Wednesday. “He was aggressive, he was confident. It was the best
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Western Brown’s Caden Piatt drives toward the basket against Amelia last Friday night.
game I’ve probably seen him play.” Another missed front end of a one and one gave the Broncos a chance to kill some time, which they did, before Piatt missed an open jumper at the elbow. That’s when Simon, who scored a team-best 14 points, hit his fourth ‘three’ of the night from the top of the key with 1:13 left to give the Barons a 48-47 lead. The Broncos lost the ball on their ensuing possession – Foster felt Allen was fouled underneath as he lost the ball – but Amelia, again, missed the front end of a one and one and Allen hustled for the defensive board. Coming out of timeout with just 11 seconds left, the Broncos got the ball to their freshman guard/forward Fulton on the block. He went up for a jumper and a foul was called as he let go of the ball. But instead of the shooting foul the Broncos coaches, players and fans felt it was, it was called a foul on the floor before the shot, which gave the Broncos the ball under their basket with 8.8 seconds left. “The ball’s in the air and he calls a foul,” Foster said of the play. Amelia, who had just four team fouls with eight seconds left, fouled the Bronco who received the inbounds pass the next two times to kill clock, which it did. Finally, after Amelia had reached six fouls, they let the Broncos run their play. Piatt got the ball and stepped into a 3-pointer at the top of the key. His shot bounced off the rim as the buzzer sounded. The scoreboard may have said the Broncos lost but Foster certainly had other feelings. “They won that basketball game,” Foster said of his team. “Regardless of the score, they won that game.” Western Brown (7-9, 24 SBC-A) 47 Kuttler 1 2 5, Fulton 5 4 15, Piatt 7 2 19, Wood 0 0 0, Haggerty 1 0 2, Allen 1 2 4, Bennett 1 0 2, Wallace 0 0 0. Totals: 16 10 47. Amelia (12-3, 6-0 SBCA) 48 Carson 5 0 10, Luginbuhl 2 0 4, Simon 4 0 15, Weaver 4 0 8, Hacker 4 0 8, Moeves 2 0 4. Totals: 21 0 48. Halftime: WB 30-28. 3pointers: WB 5 (Kuttler, Fulton, Piatt 3); A 4 (Simon 4).
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high school basketball roundup Girls Basketball Georgetown rolls to pair of conference wins The Lady G-Men kept up their strong play of late with two Southern Buckeye Conference-National Division wins, beginning with a 57-21 win over winless Blanchester last Thursday night. Though the Lady Wildcats have struggled, the Lady G-Men wasted little time taking control. They jumped ahead 15-2 by the end of the first quarter, thanks in part to MacKenzi Carrington’s eight first quarter points, and cruised to victory from there. “We came out right from the tipoff and played extremely hard,” Georgetown coach Bernie Cropper said. Megan Hatfield led the way with 13 points while Carrington added 10 points. Then, on Saturday, the Lady G-Men (16-2, 7-0 SBC-N) hosted Batavia and, thanks to another quick start, rolled to a 7334 win. Hatfield and Carrington each scored seven points in the opening quarter as the Lady G-Men jumped out to a 23-10 lead and, again, rolled to a victory. “We’re starting to play our best basketball,” Cropper said. Hatfield led the way again with 16 points while Carrington (11 points), Madison Pack (11 points and nine rebounds) and Morgan Gast (10 points) also scored in double figures. Ripley earns two SHAC wins The Lady Jays kept up their strong play in the Southern Hills Athletic Conference with wins over Whiteoak and Manchester this week. On the road at Whiteoak last Thursday night, the Lady Jays rolled to a 72-26 victory. “Played pretty well,” Ripley coach Chris Coleman said. “We shot the ball fairly well, better than we had been.” Then, on Monday night, the Lady Jays (13-6, 9-2 SHAC) used a strong second half defensively to beat Manchester, 53-38. They held the Lady Greyhounds to just 11 second half points as they pulled away for the second hotly contested victory of the season over their SHAC rivals. “They’re very physical and play extremely hard,” Coleman said as to why Manchester has been a tough out for his team. Niya Royal led the way with 20 points. Fayetteville breezes to a pair of SHAC wins The Lady Rockets opened the week with an 81-17 win over West Union last Thursday night thanks
to a stupendous shooting performance. They shot 30-36 from inside the three point line (83 percent) while making a respective five of 11 3-pointers and hitting all six of the their free throws. “We shot the ball as well as any team I’ve coached,” Fayetteville coach Toby Sheets said. Makayla Rosselot led the way with 33 points while Claire Carson added 14 points on a perfect 6-6 shooting. Then, on Monday night, the Lady Rockets (18-1, 11-0 SHAC) rolled past Division II foe Whiteoak, 7843. Megan Eyre led the way in the win with 22 points and 12 rebounds while Alex Carson added 18 points and five assists. Western Brown grinds out two SBC-A wins Rebounding helped the Lady Broncos keep their Southern Buckeye Conference-American Division record unblemished last Saturday as they beat visiting Goshen, 59-28. “We rebounded very well as the game went on,” Western Brown coach Kyle Fender said. “Our energy and defensive intensity got better as the game went on.” Kylie Garrett led the way with 25 points and 14 rebounds while Makaela Fischer added 14 points and 13 rebounds. Then, on Monday night, the Lady Broncos traveled to Amelia and withstood a quick Lady Barons start for a 51-36 win. Amelia jumped out a 106 lead by the end of the first quarter as the Lady Broncos shot just 3-17 but Western Brown (15-3, 7-0 SBC-A) rallied to take a 20-18 lead by halftime before taking control in the second half. “Our offense caught up with our defense in the second half as we focused on getting out in transition and working to get high percentage looks at the basket,” Fender said. Garrett led the way with 23 points and 10 rebounds while Delayne Seigla added 11 points and seven steals. Boys Basketball Big third quarters keep Eastern undefeated in the SHAC The Warriors picked up two more conference wins this week to keep their conference record perfect, starting with a 67-38 win over county and conference rival Ripley last Friday night. The win was secured when the Warriors outscored the Blue Jays 240 in the third quarter. “It’s called defensive effort,” Eastern coach Rob Beucler said of keeping the Blue Jays scoreless in the
third quarter. Chase Lawson went over 1,000 career points in the win as he dropped in a team-best 18 points. Curtis Burns added 11 points for the Warriors (17-2, 10-0 SHAC). On Tuesday night the Warriors traveled to Lynchburg-Clay and found themselves in a battle with the Mustangs. Again, it was the third quarter that propelled Eastern to the win. They outscored Lynchburg 17-7 in the quarter to open a lead they would keep en route to a 62-51 win. “We were a little more patient on offense,” Beucler said of the quarter. “Our defense was a little more solid.” Lawson led the way with 30 points while Nathan Scott chipped in with 15 points, including 11 in the deciding third quarter. Fayetteville splits a pair of SHAC games The Rockets beat Manchester last Friday night 68-41 thanks to a strong overall performance. “We passed and shot the ball really well,” Rockets coach Darryl Iles said. “We played pretty well.” D.J. Iles, who is just 109 points from breaking the 1,000 point barrier with seven regular season games left to play, led the way with 21 points while Corey Lykins added 15 points. Then, on Tuesday night, the Rockets traveled to Whiteoak for big SHAC Division II showdown but came up short, 65-49. Thanks to foul trouble for starters D.J. Iles and Nick Durham, the Rockets (9-6, 6-4 SHAC) got behind by 13 at halftime before they cut the lead to four several times in the second half. But D.J. Iles fouled out with four minutes to go and the Wildcats hit their free throw down the stretch to secure the victory. “We didn’t play very well,” Darryl Iles said. “We just couldn’t settle in.” Western Brown struggles in second half in loss to Goshen The Broncos got off to a strong start on Tuesday night against visiting Goshen, they held the Warriors to just 15 first half points, but struggled in the second half as they endured another tough loss, 46-43. “We played well in the first half but we just couldn’t score in the second half,” Western Brown coach Greg Foster said. “We didn’t play the same defense in the second half that we did in the first half.” The loss was the Broncos (7-10, 2-5 SBC-American Division) seventh of the season by less than five points.
Broncos come up just short against Amelia
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hall of Fame: Two Brown County high school grads join Shawnee State HOF CONTINUED FROM PAGE 14 rewrote the women's soccer record books and led her team to the program's first winning records during her final two seasons. In those final two seasons, the Bears won 17 games. In the first four years of the women's soccer program before Downing arrived at SSU, the Bears won just 20 games total. She still holds the school record for goals (56), points (132), gamewinning goals (13) and hat tricks (8). She also ranks third in program history in assists (20). She also holds the single-season record for goals (22), assists (11) and points (55). One of her most memorable years came dur-
ing the 2006 season when she led the NAIA in goals and was a second-team NAIA All-Region selection. She was also NAIA Player of the Week for September 6, 2006. Starting all 71 games that she played in her four years, she was a fourtime All-AMC selection while also being named a two-time Academic AllOhio performer. She is the only player in Shawnee State history to score 10 or more goals in each season. John Koustomer (Ralph Kavanaugh Home Team Award). At the recommendation of the Hall of Fame Committee, John Koustomer becomes the sixth member of the Shawnee State Hall of Fame as a re-
cipient of the Ralph Kavanaugh Home Team Award. Koustomer has been a very active member of the Golden Bears at Shawnee State. He has supported all 13 of Shawnee State's varsity programs throughout his time as a Golden Bear. Koustomer can also be spotted several times throughout the season traveling with many of the Shawnee State programs when they are on the road. Shawnee State Athletics, ranging from the coaches, to the student-athletes and administration is always appreciate of the community support that it receives, which is exemplified by Koustomer.
Waterfowl hunters asked to share feedback online The Ohio Department of Natural Resources is requesting the state's waterfowl hunters provide input on the timing of the 20132014 fall waterfowl hunting seasons and the locations where they prefer to hunt. Division of Wildlife biologists are seeking input from hunters through an online survey so season dates and opportunities can be matched to the preferences of as many hunters as
possible within federal guidelines. The Division of Wildlife survey will be available Jan. 22-Feb. 15 at wildohio.com. Hunters need to provide their customer identification number to participate in the survey. The customer identification number is found on all Ohio hunting and fishing licenses or at wildohio.com in the Wild Ohio Customer Center by clicking on the Manage Your Customer Account
link. Customers without Internet access can call 800WILDLIFE (945-3543) and take the survey from 8 a.m.-5 p.m. during the dates when the survey is open. Phone survey participants will also need their customer identification number. The Ohio Wildlife Council will establish 2013-2014 waterfowl season dates in August after federal guidelines are provided.
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DaVID DuGan March 14, Pork Quality Assurance and Animal Composting Mark your calendars for two programs that will be coming up in mid-March. The date is March 14 for several things, some of I will explain in the next section. In the evening on March 14, there will be a Pork Quality Assurance for adults at the United Producers Stockyards in Hillsboro starting at 7 p.m. Prior to the PQA there will be an opportunity to attend training for Animal Composting. This program is limited in space, so register early. Tony Nye, Clinton Co. Educator will be conducting both of these programs, so for more information or you can register by calling Tony at (937) 382-0901. March 14 and Additional Dates of Training for Writing Business Plans There will be four local opportunities for people to receive training to write better business plans for applying for Southern Ohio Agricultural and Community Development Foundation funds in 2013. For more information about previous programs you can log onto http://soacdf.net or call the office at (937) 393-2700. Organic Programs I get calls from time to time from people interested in growing organic crops. There are two upcoming educational programs that might be right on target if you want to know more about organic farming. The first one is in Ohio and the
classes will fill-up and be closed when full. As of Jan. 29, the Feb. 4 date is now full. Pesticide License Testing - Private and commercial testing for applicator license will be offered on February 11, March 11 and April 8 at the Old Y Restaurant. You are required to pre-register by calling the Ohio Department of Agriculture at 800282-1955 or online at http://pested.osu.edu. Space is limited so register soon. Study materials are also available at the same address or phone number. Ohio River Valley Agronomy Day - Mason Co. Extension Office in Maysville, Ky., on February 6 at 9 a.m. Call to register at (606) 5646808. Annual Tobacco Grower Meeting - North Adams HS in Seaman on Wednesday, February 6 in the evening. RSVP by February 4 for this free program by calling the Extension office, Adams Co. at 544-2339, Brown Co. at 378-6716, or Highland Co. at 393-1918. Master Gardener Class Class begins to train volunteers on February 20 at the Brown Co. Extension Office. Contact the Adams Co. Extension Office to register at (937) 544-2339 or my cell at (937) 515-2314. The cost is $150 for the 13 week class that will be from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m. on Wednesdays. Small Farm Conference Wilmington College on March 8 and 9, 2013. Go to http://adams.osu.edu, http://brown.osu.edu or http://highland.osu.edu for the printable flyer or call for details. Farm and Family Night Maysville Community and Technical College on Tuesday, March 12.
Nutrition-Packed Super Bowl snacks BY Amy L. Habig, MPH, RD, LD Extension Educator, Family and Consumer Sciences, OSU Extension Adams/Brown/Highland Counties Are you ready for some football? I’m not always upto-date on the latest football action, but I do know that the Super Bowl is coming up this weekend. This event provides an opportunity for friends and family to gather
and socialize. It also provides an opportunity for tasty snacks. At Super Bowl gatherings, many of us become “mindless eaters.” When watching the game, aim to be more mindful of what and how much you are eating. Try to avoid grabbing a big plate of food and taking it back to the couch to eat while watching the game. Instead, fill a small plate with a reasonable amount of nutritious food and eat it at the
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second is in Kentucky. Keep in mind that the rules may differ from state to state, but the production ideas would be the same. The Ohio Conference is put on by the Ohio Ecological Food and Farm Association in Granville, Oh., on February 16 and 17. Registration information and complete conference details can be found at http://oeffa.org or you can call 614-421-2022. Registration for both days is $205 for non-member adults, and one day is $120. Memberships are cheaper than the difference in fees, so if you plan to attend, look at the membership fees for individuals and families. The program in Kentucky will be at Berea College on March 1 and 2. The conference information can be found at http://oak-ky.org or you can call (502) 535-6787 with questions. Registration is $25 for adult non-members if paid by February 17, 2013. Dates to Remember Beef School - Two remaining nights are February 26 and March 19 in the Round Room at North Adams HS starting at 7 p.m. each night. Please call your county Extension Office to register for this free event. Private Applicator Recert - Pesticide re-certification will be offered at Southern State Community College’s South Campus in Fincastle on Monday February 4 at 5:30 p.m., on Wednesday February 13 at noon, and again on Monday February 25 at noon. All three programs will offer a light meal and materials. The class will cost $35. Pre-registration is required. Space is absolutely limited this year. Contact Cindy at the Brown County Extension Office at (937) 378-6716. These
The ohio Therapeutic horsemanship program: hope, healing & horses will be having an Informational meet and Greet session, on saturday march 2, 2013 at the mt.orab library from 2:30-4:30 p.m. During this session attendees will have the opportunity to explore how our equine friend, the horse, can bring about many positive changes in the lives of the children, ages five through eighteen that the program serves. students, parents and volunteers will be available to answer questions and to offer testimony as to the program’s success. a DVD of an actual session will be played. light refreshments will be served. There is no charge to attend this meeting. Volunteer opportunities: The program, a 501c3 non-profit is staffed by volunteers with a heart for kids and horses. There are many volunteer opportunities available. It is not necessary that you own a horse to volunteer. For more information visit cherryridgefarm.org or contact Cherry Ridge Farms 937-444-3757 or program Director sabrina mignerey at ohiotherapeutichorseman firstname.lastname@example.org. pictured above is Dan mitchell assisting student with mounted, routine stretching exercises.
table before the game starts so you can pay more attention to what and how much you are actually eating. To make it easier to fill your plate with nutritious food, put a variety of healthy snacks on the menu. Munch on these nutritionpacked game-day snacks: • Fruit kabobs or apple, pear, or banana slices with low-fat yogurt as a dip • Fruit and low-fat cheese plate with whole grain crackers • Homemade trail mix with nuts, dried fruits, and fiber-rich cereal • Carrots, red and green pepper strips, or broccoli dipped in Hummus or Greek yogurt mixed with a little ranch seasoning • Popcorn lightly sprinkled with Parmesan cheese • Pretzels with honey mustard sauce • Homemade baked chips with salsa or homemade bean dip. To make your own chips, cut wheat tortillas into wedges, spray with cooking spray and bake at 350◦F for about 15 minutes. • Baked potatoes topped with salsa and a little low-fat cheese • Mini veggie pizzas made on half of a whole wheat English muffin Keep food safety a priority when serving up gamewinning grub. Use these tips to help keep bacteria from spoiling your game: • Wash your hands! Give your hands a good scrub before handling food and utensils, and after handling raw meats. • Before pulling out your cooking supplies, clean kitchen surfaces with hot, soapy water. • Keep hot foods hot and cold foods cold. Use slow cookers or warming trays to keep warm foods at a temperature of 140 degrees Fahrenheit or warmer. Use ice packs or bowls of ice to keep cold dishes below 40 degrees Fahrenheit. • Watch the clock and keep track of how long your food has been at room temperature. Discard foods that have been at room temperature for more than two hours. Don’t just rely on the game and the creative commercials for entertainment – make your own! Do light stretches or opt to stand during commercial breaks. If
you have kids who do not watch the game, ask them to make up a short dance or select a series of stretches during the first half. Then, have them teach you the dance or stretches during half-time. So, socialize, eat healthfully, keep foods safe, get a little activity…and have a ball this Super Bowl Sunday! Dates to Remember • Take Charge of Your Diabetes!: Tuesday, March 19 from 11 – 11:45 a.m. at the ABCAP Senior Nutrition Site in Georgetown. Monday, April 22 from 10:15 to 11:15 a.m. at the Northern Brown Senior Center in Fayetteville. • ServSafe Manager (Level 2) Food Safety Training: Thursday, February 28 and Thursday, March 7 from 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. (both days) at the Adams County Regional Medical Center. Cost is $130/person. Call (937) 393-1918 for registration information. Registration deadline is Thursday, February 14. • Farm and Family Night: Tuesday, March 12 from 5 – 8:45 p.m. at Maysville Community and Technical College, Maysville Campus. This event includes programs for farmers, spouses, and kids of all ages! • 2013 Ohio Farm to School Conference: Wednesday, March 13 (time to be announced) at the Nationwide and Ohio Farm Bureau 4-H Center in Columbus. For more information, visit http://farmtoschool.osu.edu.
Reverse Raffle Dinner scheduled The ABCAP Foundation will be holding a May Mardi Gras. The 4th annual Reverse Raffle Dinner will be held Saturday, May 4, 2013. Only 200 tickets will be sold for a chance to win $1,000.00, $500.00 or $100.00. Tickets are $30.00 each. To purchase your ticket call (937) 378-6041, ext. 256 or send check or money order to: The ABCAP Foundation, 406 West Plum Street Georgetown, Ohio 45121.
Why in the world is there a little sticker on my bottle that says not to eat grapefruit or drink grapefruit juice? After looking into it I found it fascinating. So sit back and read the mysterious story of the grapefruit. It started with an experiment to determine whether alcohol would affect the drug felodipine, which is used to treat high blood pressure. Like all well designed experiments, the test subjects were not supposed to know if they were being given alcohol or the control liquid. So how do you keep people from tasting the alcohol in the drink they’ve been given? The experimenters raided their refrigerators and decided that grapefruit juice did the best job of masking the taste of the alcohol. In fact, if they used frozen concentrate and only mixed it with half the amount of water that they were supposed to it did even better. (No kidding! Who could taste anything after that?) The researchers found that after the experiment there was a significant drop in the test subjects’ blood pressure, so much that they would nearly pass-out when they stood up. This could show a significant effect of alcohol on the blood pressure drug felodipine, except for that both groups had the same results. The researchers took blood samples and tested how much of the drug was in the blood stream. Again, both groups had three times as much drug in their blood stream than normal. Obviously it wasn’t the alcohol that was causing the interaction, so they tried a different type of juice. The orange juice given next did not cause any change in the blood levels of the drug, therefore it had to be the grapefruit juice. Interestingly, grapefruit juice had no effect on blood levels when the drug was given intravenously (IV), only when it was taken by mouth. So why does this happen with grapefruit? To under-
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Sheep and Goat Program In the same format as the Beef School that I am hosting at North Adams HS, there will be a Sheep and Goat WebEx Series starting on Monday, February 4, 2013. The closest location is Clinton Co. Extension office in Wilmington. The dates are the four Mondays in February and the program will begin at 7 p.m. each night. If you would like to attend there is NO CHARGE, but you do need to contact Tony Nye at email@example.com or call (937)382-0901 so handouts can be made ahead of time. The topics and speakers are: February 4, 2013 – Dr. Eric Gordon, OSU Large Animal Veterinarian, “Vaccination Programs for Sheep and Goat Operations” February 11, 2013 – Dr. Meghan Wulster-Radcliffe, CEO, American Society of Animal Sciences, “Artificial Insemination Techniques of Sheep and Goats” February 18, 2013 – Jeff McCutcheon and Rory Lewandowski, OSU Extension, “Managing Pastures and Hay Fields after a Drought” February 25, 2013 – Dr. Keith Inskeep, West Virginia University, “Use of EAZIBREED™ CIDR® for Sheep and Goat Operations” • Sheep and Goat WebEx Series is a 4-part educational series; an individual can go to all or part of the programs. • Follow www.ohiosheep.org or http://sheep.osu.edu/ for program changes or additional remote sites. • Program Coordinator: Roger A. High, Ohio Sheep Improvement Association and OSU Extension, firstname.lastname@example.org
stand we’ll have to do a little biology. When you take a drug it doesn’t stay in your body forever, sometimes it is eliminated unchanged by the kidneys and the drug shows up in the urine. Other drugs are broken down into simpler chemicals by the liver, the work is done by enzymes. Strangely enough these enzymes are not just in the liver, they can also be found in the lining of the intestine. Some drugs undergo what is known as first pass metabolism. That means that after the drug is absorbed from the intestinal tract — but before it makes it to the blood stream — it is already metabolized, or changed. This is where grapefruit is affecting the drugs. Grapefruit blocks the enzyme CYP3a4 in the lining of the intestinal tract, but not in the liver. Therefore, as these drugs are absorbed from the intestinal tract they are not broken down by the CYP3a4 enzyme and more of the drug makes it into the blood stream. Since grapefruit doesn’t affect the CYP3a4 that is in the liver, it doesn’t affect drugs that are given IV. The drugs are still able to be metabolized just like they always were. Grapefruit will only affect those drugs that are metabolized by the lining of the intestinal tract before they make it to the blood stream. The list of drugs that are affected by grapefruit is growing. If you’re not sure, just ask your pharmacist. Tom Callahan is a pharmacist, he lives in the Milford area. Any question or comments can be sent to TomHealthMatters@gmail. com. You can find archives of previous Health Matters at TomHealthMatters.blogspo t.com.
Want a chance to win $10,000 cash? The St. Michael School Fundraising Committee is hosting a Reverse Raffle and Evening Gala on Friday April 5, 2013. Tickets to this event are on sale now! $200 gets you a 1 in 200 chance to win $10,000 cash PLUS an elegant dinner for two! Chances may be purchased by 1 person or a group, however the dinner is for only two guests. All ticket numbers will be drawn from the hopper. The last number in the hopper wins $10,000 cash! There will also be $200 cash prizes and many
other prizes at pre-set intervals. The elegant dinner includes appetizer, entrée, dessert, and unlimited beverages (including beer and wine). Attendance is not a requirement to win. For more information & to purchase your ticket -- pick up a brochure at the following locations: St. Michael Church in Ripley, St. George Church in Georgetown, or St. Mary Church in Arnheim. Or contact the St. Michael School Office at (937) 392-4202 to have a brochure mailed to you.
AARP free tax help to be available Our free tax help and preparation service, run by volunteers, answers most of the tax issues faced by low and moderate income taxpayers and Older Americans. Beginning in February and continuing thru March volunteers will be at Brown County, Adams County and Highland County Senior Centers to prepare tax returns. For an appointment please call the Brown County Senior Center at (937) 378-6603, Adams County at (937) 544-7459 and Highland County a
Brown County beekeepers set to meet The Brown County Beekeepers will hold it's first meeting of 2013 on February 12 at 7 p.m. in the Western Brown High School. Anyone interested in learning about beekeeping is urged to attend.
t(937) 393-4745. AARP Tax-Aide is a program of the AARP Foundation offered in Conjunction with the IRS.
Quarter Frenzy to be held There will be a Quarter Frenzy to support Brown County Relay for Life on February 8 at 7 p.m. at the Best Western Plus Mt. Orab Inn in Mount Orab. Vendors includes 31, Mary Kay, Scentsy, Pampered Chef, Primitives, Homemade Dips, Handmade Jewelry, Jamberry Nails and others. If you wear purple you will get a free raffle ticket, additional raffle tickets can be purchased. For more information call Samantha Jones at (513) 716-2175.
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Central Ohio Opry Classic Country and Bluegrass Show will open at 6 p.m. on Saturday, February 2 at the Clay Township Park (old Buford School). The show starts at 7 p.m. and runs until 9:30 p.m. Tickets are $8 for adults, children under 12 are free. Concessions are available. Event includes door prizes and a 50/50 drawing. Ohio Valley Bluegrass Series presents Joe Mullins and the Radio Ramblers at the Western Brown High School in Mt. Orab beginning at 7 p.m. on Saturday, February 2. Tickets at the door are $15 per person or can be purchased at Chuck Wait Tire in Mowrystown. For more information contact Chuck Wait at (937) 442-2004. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 4 TOPS Chapter in Mt. Orab meets at 5:30 p.m. every Monday, including February 4 at the Mt. Orab Public Library, 613 S. High Street. Further information is available by calling Velvet Frye at (937) 444-7237. Western Brown Board of Education Special Meeting will be held at 6 p.m. on Monday, February 4 at the Western Brown District Office for executive session for employment and compensation of personnel. Eagle Township Trustees Meeting will be held on Monday, February 4 at 7 p.m. in Fincastle. The public is invited to attend this meeting. Masonic Lodge, Union #71 of Ripley Stated Meeting will be held on Monday, February 4 beginning with dinner at 7 p.m. followed by the meeting at 7:30 p.m. The lodge is located at 210 South Second Street in Ripley. For more information contact Howard McClain at (937) 618-1104. Free Beginners Zumba Classes are being offered by Ideal Nutrition in Mt. Orab and the Mt. Orab United Methodist Church to help improve local residents health. The classes begin at 5 p.m. on Mondays, at the church’s fellowship hall. Classes will be on Mondays and Wednesdays weekly. For more information please call (937) 444-6161. Brown County Board of Commissioners will meet at 9 a.m. Monday, February 4, at the commissioners office, 800 Mt. Orab Pike, Georgetown. The public is invited to attend. 12-Week NAMI Family-to-Family Education Program began on Monday, January 8 from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. and will run until Monday, April 1, at the Anderson Senior Center, 7970 Beechmont Avenue in Cincinnati. Free for family members, partners and friends of individuals with chemical imbalance/brain disorder/mental illness. Registration is required, please call 513-528-5500 or visit www.namicc.org. Buy-A-Brick project for the 9/11 Po-
lice, fire and EMS Memorial in Aberdeen, at a cost of $35 for a 4x8 brick with 3 lines of engraving or $75 for an 8x8 brick with 6 lines of engraving. For more information call (937) 795-2212. Yoga Classes will be offered by Jane Amiot, on each Monday and Thursday from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m at the Hospice Center located on Hughes Blvd in Mt. Orab. For more information on this class please contact Amiot at (513) 535-7507.
Scanlon-Kelly VFW Post 5920 in Fayetteville will meet at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, February 6 at the Fayetteville Township Hall. For more information on the VFW please contact Bernie Vilvens at (513) 460-0236. Western Brown Winter Guard Fundraiser will be held on Wednesday, February 6 from 5 to 8 p.m. at Buffalo Wings and Rings in Eastgate Mall. 10% of all proceeds during this time will benefit the guard. Also, enjoy a performance by the Winter Guard.
TOPS Chapter in Sardinia meets at 6:30 p.m. every Monday, including February 4 at Sardinia Church of the Nazarene on Sardinia-Mowrystown Road. Further information is available by calling Regina Davidson at (937) 446-3714.
Brown County Board of Commissioners will meet at 9 a.m. Wednesday, February 6, at the commissioners office, 800 Mt. Orab Pike, Georgetown. The public is invited to attend.
TOPS Chapter in Ripley meets at 6:30 p.m. every Monday including February 4, at the Ripley Church of the Nazarene, 230 North Second Street. Further information is available by calling Kaye Nichols at (937) 377-2501.
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 7 Kick-boxing Classes will be offered on Thursday at 6:30 p.m. on February 7 at the Snap Fitness Center in Mt. Orab, 127 North Point Drive. These classes are open to members as well as non-members. For details call 4445230.
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 5 Alcoholics Anonymous in Sardinia meets from 11 a.m. until noon each Tuesday morning at the Sardinia Town Hall. Please enter the back door. For more information call (937) 444-3877. Mt. Orab Village Council Meeting will be held at 8 p.m. on Tuesday, February 5 at the mayors chambers. The public is invited to attend this meeting Phileo Ministries Clothing Ministry at Tri-County Baptist Church, 110 Winchester Street in Sardinia will be open to the public on Tuesday, February 5 and February 19 from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. Everyone is welcome. For more information call (937) 446-1416. Zumba Classes will be offered by Snap Fitness on Tuesday, February 5 at 127 North Point Drive in Mt. Orab. These classes are for members of Snap Fitness as well as non-members. Please call (937) 444-5230 for more information. Yoga Classes will be offered by Snap Fitness, 127, North Point Drive, Mt. Orab at 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, February 5 at the center. Members of Snap Fitness as well as non-members are welcome. Please call (937) 444-5230 for details and new hours. Al-Anon Family Group Sessions will be held every Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. at the Mt. Orab Methodist Church on Church Street, off N. High Street. This group can provide support and information to families and individuals who know someone who suffers from substance abuse. For more information call Jean at (937) 444-3877. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 6 Sit and Stitch will meet 10 a.m. to noon Wednesday, February 6 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 (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) Chapter in Winchester, meets at 10 a.m. on Wednesdays at Winchester Church of Christ in Christian Union, 1540 Tri-County Highway, Winchester. Further information and holiday hours call Bobbi Wilson at (937) 446-4662.
Open Office Hours for Secretary of State Jon Husted will begin February 1 through February 15. Regional liaisons for his office will be in Brown County to give local citizens an opportunity to learn more about, and stay connected with the Secretary of State’s office. Brown County citizens can speak to the liaison on February 7 between 10 a.m. and noon at the Georgetown Public Library, 200 West Grant Street. Annual Spring Craft Bazaar, sponsored by the Western Brown Touchdown Club, is scheduled for March 23 from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m. For more information email Cindy at email@example.com or visit the school on facebook at The Western Brown Touchdown Club or call (513) 3055481 or Helen at (513) 260-3414. Belly Dancing Classes will be offered on each Monday and Thursday from 5:45 to 6:45 p.m at the Hospice Center located on Hughes Blvd in Mt. Orab. For more information on this class please contact Jane Amiot at (513) 535-7507. Legion Hall Bingo held each Thursday (including February 7 at 5 p.m. with the kitchen opening at 5:30 p.m. Ripoffs/Instants start selling at 6 p.m., the early bird bingo is at 7:15 and regular bingo begins at 7:30 p.m. Call Ed Fryman for more information at (937) 442-4704. Yoga Classes will be offered at the Snap Fitness Center in Mt. Orab, 127 North Point Drive beginning at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, February 7. These classes are open to both members and non-members. Call (937) 4445230 for more information. Alcoholics Anonymous will meet 8:30 to 9:30 p.m. Thursday, February 7, at St. Michael's Catholic Church, 220 S. High St., Mt. Orab. Yoga Classes will be offered by Jane Amiot, on each Monday and Thursday from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m at the Hospice Center located on Hughes Blvd in Mt. Orab. For more information on this class please contact Amiot at (513) 535-7507. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 8 Free Knitting and Crocheting
Classes at the Rambler Center (old Russellville-Jefferson High School) in Russellville will be held 10 a.m.-noon Friday, February 8. 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. AARP Tax-Aide begins on Friday, February 8 by appointment. Taxes will be done for free at the Adams County Senior Center. To make an appointment call (937) 544-7459. Brown County Relay for Life Quarter Frenzy will be held at 7 p.m. on Friday, February 8 at Best Western Plus Mt. Orab Inn in Mt. Orab. Vendors includes 31, Mary Kay, Scentsy, Pampered Chef, Primitives, homemade dips, handmade jewelry, Jamberry Nails and others. If anyone wears purple they will receive a free raffle ticket. Additional raffle tickets can be purchased. For more details contact Samantha Jones at (513) 716-2175. Mt.Holly Christian Chapel in Amelia will sponsor a Christian Country Gospel Singing on Friday, February 1 at 7 p.m., featuring great gospel music, refreshments, food and door prizes. Call Dan Cook at (513) 509-7312 or Kevin Cain at (513) 602-4654 for more information. This event is free to the public. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 9 Phileo Ministries Clothing Ministry at Tri-County Baptist Church, 110 Winchester Street in Sardinia will be open to the public on Saturday February 9 and February 23 from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. Everyone is welcome. For more information call (937) 446-1416. Valentine’s Fundraiser for Rachael Underwood will be held on Saturday, February 9 between 5 and 7:30 p.m. at the Georgetown Church of Christ, 149 Hamer Road. Doors open at 5, Silent Auction and spaghetti supper available from 5 to 7:30 p.m., with a 3on-3 basketball game from 5 to 7 p.m. For more information contact Teresa Renshaw, (937) 515-0030.
Janet Y. Cook, trustee to JC Teton Properties, LLC, 11.80 acres of land in Clark Township, filed 1-221013 Iona Janson and Dennis F. Lewis and Harry Norris, Lot 14 in Pete Rose and Gary Waits Development in Clark Township, filed 1-23-2013 Mary Ann Roberts to Walter Shields and Wynne C. Shields, InLot 2394, In-Lot 2395 and In-Lot 2396 in Lake Waynoka Sub., Franklin Township, filed 1-23-2013, $99,500 Anissa J. and Ferdinand C. Lohman IV to Ferdinand C. Lohman IV, In-Lot 2470 in Lake Waynoka Sub., Franklin Township, filed 1-222013 Betty J. and Raymond W. Jackson to Richard H. and Tracy A. Vonderbrink, In-Lot 2863 in Lake Waynoka Sub., Franklin Township, filed 1-18-2013, $210,000 Jerilyn Jones to Bank of America, NA, In-Lot 2264 in Lake Waynoka Sub., Franklin Township, filed 1-232013, $40,000 Amber Williams, Raymond Hayden and Roger N. Blanton, Jr. to Roger N. Blanton, Sr., Lot 13 in Hillcrest Acres, Green Township, filed 1-23-2013 Clifton Builders LLC, and Richard M. and Anna M. Clifton to Clifton Builders Residential, 1.89 acres of land in Green Township, filed 1-18-2013, $36,000 Jason and Katherine Lovins and Bank of New York Mellon to Thomas E. Partin, Lot 11 in Five Mile Crossing II in Green Township, filed 1-222013, $32,500 Kelly and Billy R. Coomer, Jr. to JPMorgan Chase Bank NA, 1.25 acres of land in Huntington Township, filed 1-22-2013, $57,334 John Ford III and Harriet Grimmer to Harry Foxworthy, In-Lot 83R in the Village of Aberdeen, filed 1-222013, $350
Edward and Joann Carrington, trustees and Janalee Lennartz and Julianne Ernst to Thomas E. Partin, 142.34 acres of land in Jefferson Township, filed 1-22-2013, $32,500 Bullskin Creek Farms to William and Farrell Morgan, 1.62 acres of land in Lewis Township, filed 1-222013, $7,900 Elizabeth A. South and Tony Lung to Bank of America, NA, Lot 14 in Clearview Acres Sub., Perry Township, filed 1-23-2013, $20,000 Vernia E. Nichols to Fannie Mae, 5.99 acres and 1 acre of land in Perry Township, filed 1-23-2013, $58,334 Paul J. Pschesang to Paul J. Pschesang, trustee, 114.30 acres, 157.28 acres and 57.07 acres of land in Perry Township, filed 1-182013 Mary J. and Ralph E. Gillespie, Jr., to Mickey D. Culp, trustee, 9.88 acres of land in Pike Township, filed 122-2013, $189,000 John Sillett to Bank of America, NA, 1 acre of land in Pike Township, filed 1-23-2013, $45,334 Phyllis A. and Odis L. Jacobs to Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation, .84 acres of land and Lot 6 in Sunny Meadows Sub., in Pleasant Township, filed 1-18-2013, $50,000 Fannie May and Karen A. Sutton to Rob Ring, Lot 1 in Cumberland Meadows Sub., in Sterling Township, filed 1-22-2013, $36,000 Peggy S. and Jeffrey E. Turner, Jr., to fifth Third Mortgage Company, Lot 16 in Eastwood Acres Sub II in Sterling Township, filed 1-23-2013, $51,667 Ernest M. Smith etal to Bessie Mae Smith, 81.14 acres of land in Union Township, filed 1-23-2013
Marriages Lindsay Reed, 25, Hamersville, homemaker to marry Dana Michael Holland, 32, Georgetown, lineman, filed 1-23-2013
Probate Fern Abbott, Georgetown, case #20131011, DOD 12-8-2012, filed 122-2013 Howard E. Collett, Winchester, case #20131012, DOD 11-21-2011, filed 1-22-2013 Phyllis M. Edmisten, Ripley, case #20131014, DOD 12-22-2012, filed 1-23-2013 Ruth A. King, Aberdeen, case #20131009, DOD 12-15-2012, filed 1-17-2013 Juanita La Sentney, Sardinia, case #20131015, DOD 12-17-2012, filed 1-23-2013 Bonita L. Steele, Decatur, case #20131013, DOD 1-14-2013, filed 1-23-2013 Rebecca C. Watson, Russellville, case #20131010, DOD 12-24-2012, filed 1-22-2013
Common Pleas CIVIL CASES Brenda S. Gray versus Jessica K. Fellabaum, case #20130042, filed 1-17-2013, Action: other civil Fifth Third Bank versus Dorothy J. Kilgore, case #20130043, filed 118-2013, Action: foreclosures U.S. Bank National Association versus Jeffrey C. McCray, case #20130045, filed 1-18-2013, Action: unknown David Proud versus Gene Denham, case #20130046, filed 1-222013, Action: other torts, (personal injury) Asset Acceptance, LLC versus Milton Hopkins, Jr., case #20130047, filed 1-22-2013, Action: other civil Jim Meeker versus Aimee Garrett, case #20130048, filed 1-222013, Action: other civil Wells Fargo Bank, NA versus Sherry Toland, case #20130049,
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Chatfield College calls for crafters and quilt exhibitors Chatfield College will host its annual Quilt and Craft show from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on saturday, April 27, 2013 at the st. Martin campus in st. Martin, ohio. This popular show will feature the creations of local and regional quilters and quilt collectors, quilt vendors, a craft show, traditional craft demonstrations, children’s activities, a Chatfield student art show, entertainment, food, and a book sale. The quilt exhibit will include traditional and contemporary quilts of any theme. The show will also include a quilt contest featuring the theme “Diamonds are Forever.” Any diamond themed quilt can be entered in the contest. Applications are available now to exhibit quilts, demonstrate or sell crafts and to enter the quilt contest. The craft show will highlight over 30 area artisans who will exhibit, demonstrate and sell their traditional crafts. General admission for 2013 Quilt and Craft show is $3 for adults, $2 for senior citizens. Children 12 and under are admitted free. Chatfield College is located in northern Brown County, ohio near the intersection of us route 50 and 68. The address is 20918 state route 251, st. Martin, ohio, 45118. For information and/or applications, log on to www.chatfield.edu, call 513875-3344, ext. 140 or email: jessica.smith@ chatfield.edu. Pictured above is an award winning quilt from the 2012 Quilt show.
Sonship Quartet at West Fork Baptist Church will be singing on Saturday, February 9 at 6 p.m. The church is located at 10127 West Fork Road in Georgetown. For more information or directions contact Kevin Johnson at (937) 515-0675 or visit www.westforkbaptist.org.
to attend. The meetings help new beekeepers learn how to get started and help seasoned beekeepers to do a better job caring for the bees which are so vital to our world. Hope to see you there.
Spaghetti Dinner and Euchre Tournament, is being sponsored by the Russellville Fire Department on Saturday, February 9 at the fire house. Dinner starts at 5:30 p.m. with a Euchre tournament at 7:30 p.m. All proceeds will go towards the purchase of new equipment.
Brown County Diabetes Coalition Meeting will be held on Monday, February 11 from 6:30 to 8 p.m. at the Georgetown Methodist Church. Everyone is invited to attend and learn more about diabetes. Different topics and discussions are offered at each meeting. For questions please call the Health Department at (937) 378-6892.
UPCOMING EVENTS NAMI Clermont (National Alliance on Mental Illness) is hosting its monthly meeting on Monday, February 18 beginning at 6:30 p.m with a guest speaker at 7:30 p.m. This meeting will be held at the Union Township Civic Center, 4350 Aicholtz Road in Cincinnati in the Queen City Room. For more information call (513) 5285500 or visit www.nami-cc.org. Brown County BeeKeepers Meeting will be held at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, February 12 in the Western Brown High School. Anyone interested in learning about beekeeping is urged
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SATURDAY February 2 Mt. Orab Girls Youth Softball Signups for girls ages 4-18 will be held on Saturday, February 2 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Mt. Orab Public Library, Monday, February 4 from 6 to 8:30 p.m. and the Mt. Orab Food Court and Saturday, February 16 from 10 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at Mt. Orab Public Library. For costs and other details call Jason Conley at (513) 519-4470.
filed 1-22-2013, Action: foreclosures Dave E. Deninger, Jr. versus Anita Idler, case #20130050, filed 1-22-2013, Action: other civil Carolyn Wallace versus Angela Wallace, case #20130054, filed 122-2013, Action: other civil (stalking) Midland Funding, LLC versus Kenneth Schumpelt, case #20130057, filed 1-23-2013, Action: other civil DOMESTIC CASES David A. Summers, Hamersville versus Oxana Summers, Tampa, FL, case #20130040, filed 1-172013, Action: dissolution of marriage Jeff Fulton, Ripley versus Beth L. Fulton, Bethel, case #20130041, filed 1-17-2013, Action: termination of marriage Donald Pierce, Mt. Orab versus Terri Brock, Mt. Orab case #20130044, filed 1-18-2013, Action: domestic violence Renee A. Cole, Mt. Orab versus Robert Irwin, Amelia, case #20130051, filed 1-22-2013, Action: domestic violence Steven High, Mt. Orab versus Holly High, Mt. Orab, case #20130053, filed 1-22-2013, Action: termination of marriage Mahala Wilkinson-Jacob, Georgetown versus William D. Jacobs, Mansfield, case #20130056, filed 1-22-2013, Action: dissolution of marriage Aaron W. Morgan, Sardinia versus Kayla M. Morgan, Mt. Orab, case #20130058, filed 1-23-2013, Action: termination of marriage James D. Combs, Pleasant Plain versus Teresa M. Franklin, Williamsburg, case #20130059, filed 1-23-2013, Action: domestic violence Debra Fultz, Bethel versus Denny Fultz, Loveland, case #20130060, filed 1-23-0060, Action: domestic violence
Mt. Orab Lions Club Regular Meeting for February will be on Monday, February 11 and Monday, February 25 beginning at 6:30 p.m. at the New Harmony Lodge, 110 South High Street in Mt. Orab. Contact Bob Richmond for more information at (937) 444-4791 Brown County Sugar Helpers Group will meet on Monday, February 11 at the Georgetown Methodist Church from 6:30 to 8 p.m. The meeting will include guest speakers, educational material, diabetic recipes and more. Please come and bring a friend. Fish Fry Every Friday at St. Joseph of St. Mary Church, 3398 St. Rt. 125, just east of Bethel, sponsored by the men of the congregation, February 15, February 22, March 1, March 8 and March 15. This event will begin at 4:30 until 7:30 p.m. Menu includes fish (baked or fried), shrimp, grilled cheese, macaroni and cheese, french fries, refreshments, home-made pies and cakes and other desserts. Maysville Quilt Gathering will be held on Saturday and Sunday, March 23-24 at historic downtown Maysville, KY. Event will feature quilt exhibit, Ohio River Valley Artists Guild Gallery exhibit, Art Quilt Gallery, book signing with Donna Groves and Suzi Parron, author of “Barn Quilts and the American Quilt Trail.” For more information visit www.maysvilleheritagequilttrail.com. Valentines Day Dance will be held at the American Legion Post 180 in Georgetown on Saturday, February 16 from 8 to midnight. Music will be offered by “Fathead Davis Band” and all proceeds go to sponsor the annual hospitalized veterans party at Post 180. The event will include door and raffle prizes and the cost is $10 single and $18 per couple. For more information Call Dick at (937) 378-3742. Harlem Wizards Coming to Mt. Orab on Sunday, March 17 from 2 to 4 p.m. at Western Brown High School. This is a major fundraiser for the school’s Touchdown Club. Tickets will go on sale starting the second week of February. More information at (513) 305-5481.
Hamer Road in Georgetown. For reservations please call (937) 3785100, the Brown County Emergency Management Agency. Wilson Sroufe VFW Post 9772 Meeting will be held on Wednesday, February 13 at the Pike Township Building on SR 774. For more information contact Bill Cornetet at (937) 618-0325. National Alliance on Mental Illness is offering a three-day class, NAMI Basics, on March 2, 9 and 16 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Beech Acres Children’s Center. For more information on this class contact NAMI Clermont County Office at (513) 528-5500 or visit www.nami-cc.rg. ONGOING EVENTS Southern Hills Tea Party meets each 4th Thursday of the month at the Ripley Library. The public is invited to attend. Helping Hands Please come shop with us any Monday, Tuesday, Thursday or Friday from 9 a.m. until noon at 668 Camp Run Road in Georgetown. 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.
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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. Tuesday Community Bingo will be held every Tuesday from 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at the Community Building in Country Place Apartments, located across from the Country Inn in Georgetown. Please bring a $1 gift and join in the fun. This is a free event. For more information contact Joy Gelter at (937) 483-4614. Crafting Classes will be offered 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. County Adams/Brown 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.
Mt. Holly Christian Chapel in Amelia will sponsor a Christian Country Gospel Singing on Friday, February 15 at 7 p.m., featuring great gospel music, refreshments, food and door prizes. Call Dan Cook at (513) 509-7312 or Kevin Cain at (513) 602-4654 for more information. This event is free to the public.
Adams-Brown Emergency Home Energy Assistance Program income guidelines have been increased to 200 percent of the Federal Poverty Guidelines. Anyone wishing to obtain further information or to schedule an appointment to discuss obtaining E-HEAP services may contact the Adams Brown Community Action Program Office in Georgetown at (937) 378-6041 or 1-800-553-7393, Ext. 253 or 254. Walk-in hours are 8-11 a.m. daily at the ABCAP Office at 406 W. Plum St., Georgetown, and outreach is available for the very elderly or disabled.
National Weather Service-Weather Spotter Training for citizens, businesses, schools, 4-H, Boy and Girl Scouts, HAM radio operators and first responders will be held from 7 to 9:30 p.m. on Thursday, February 21 at Southern Hills Career and Tech Center. The school is located at 9193
We Can Help Food Bank at the corner of Decatur-Eckmansville Road and State Route 125 is open 11 a.m4 p.m. Fridays and is sponsored by private donations. Donations should be made when the Food Bank is not open, and all donations are appreciated.
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We decided to take advantage of the “warmer” weather and hiked a new trail in Greene County that ended at the foot of an Indian mound. Poised on top of a large rock was a very creative snowman with native plants and weeds for accessories. Some of my neighbors have been very creative with their snowmen by building them upside down, in family groupings, or even ri ding on a sled! I should have taken time to build a scarecrow out of snow for my garden. I’m sure I will still have an opportunity in February or March. Are you looking for a fun indoor project? Get the kids involved and create decorative garden pavers that can be embellished and personalized in a number of different ways. These pavers will be charming additions to your garden or walk-way in the spring. Planni ng a small meditation grotto? These garden stones can be a wonderful focal point and allow you the chance to reflect on your family and loved ones while enjoying a moment of peace and tranquility. These garden stone kits are available at a number of craft and garden stores throughout the area. Even your cereal box can provide some ecofriendly indoor projects
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for your family. Everything from using the empty box to create a recycling rack to collect junk mail, magazines and newspapers to an ecofriendly folder! You can visit GoBigForThePlanet.com for instructions and more eco-friendly ideas. We all know that recycling helps protect the environment for future generations. So put your creative thinking caps on and take on the challenge of an empty cereal box! How are your indoor plants looking? Is it time to divide crowded pots? If you are itching to dig in the dirt, this is a great opportunity to do just that. Are the seed catalog orders completed? Have you jotted down your priorities for the coming garden season? Is your garden journal current and full of
designs for new projects? Asking those questions makes my head spin! So many questions….so little time before we can start planting! The February 11 deadline to register for the training classes to become a Master Gardener Volunteer is quickly approaching. Classes will meet on Wednesdays, 10 a.m. until 3 p.m., starting February 20 and ending May 22. The Adams County OSUE office is handling the registration for these classes and can be reached at (937) 544-2339. There has been a change in the schedule for the gardening seminars held at the Fincastle campus of Southern State Community College. The schedule is as follows: February 17 – Water Gardens; March 21 – Native Plants/Id; April 18 – Vertical Gardens; and May 16 – Miniature Gardens. All seminars are free and open to the public and are held in the library from 6 until 7:30 p.m. The rain will wash away the snow and give you another opportunity to take a walk about and check for animal damage. You might also want to check to see if mulches and other winter protection have heaved or loosened, exposing plants to damage. Enjoy the warmer weather while it lasts, we all know that it can quickly change back to frigid temperatures!
Meadowwood closing its doors CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1 “Nurses Aide Performance Review 12 hour Yearly Inservice” category reads; “Based on review of inservice records and staff interview, the facility continues to fail to ensure State Tested Nurses Aides have evidence of 12 hours of inservice training.” Crout was visibly upset as he discussed the situation, saying that those responsible for cutting funding are creating hardship for his residents. “Sixty people are going to fill up a whole bunch of nursing homes around here and somebody is going to get caught on the tail end and going god knows where...and they don’t have a problem with that.” Tessie Pollock, a Public Information Officer with the Ohio Department of Health, disagrees with that assessment. “Our focus is turning to insuring that the residents are able t o choose a new facility where they would like to relocate and to in-
sure that their needs are going to be met.”, Pollack said. Pollack also said the situation did not come about suddenly and that Crout had plenty of time to correct the problems. “Our surveyors were there on August 4th, August 24th and again on November 28th. We found that they were not following CMS guidelines. According to CMS rules, th e company had six months to fix those problems. We went back out and found out that the violations had not been addressed and that automatically triggers CMS to terminate their provider agreement, which means that CMS will no longer provide funding for Medicare and Medicaid.” Crout said one of the hardest parts of the process was having to tell his employees, some of whom tried to offer a solution to save their jobs. “I had some of my employees ask me if they
were to spend their own money to fix the two problems out there, would we be able to stay open? The answer was absolutely not.” Crout added that the burden was weighing heavily on him. “I feel responsible for the residents, the ones that are going to die and for eighty something employees. Culpable, no. Responsible, yes.” Crout also said that the same people who are effectively shutting him down helped create the problem in the first place. “The last time they gave us a raise on room rates was twelve years ago, but they keep coming up with more rules that increase our operating expenses.”, Crout said. Crout thoughts then turned back to his employees as he thought about the closure of the facility he has owned since 1984. “They’re crying a lot. And nobody is sorrier than me.”
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L.Wood and Son Ltd., teamed with Progressive Insurance, donates car to local needy family In December 2012, L. wood and son Ltd, local auto body shop owned by Tim and Amy wood, teamed with Progressive Insurance to donate a restored, salvaged 2003 Chevrolet Trailblazer to a Goshen couple in need of a vehicle. Tom and shelly Bauer were selected by st. Martin district Council of st. Vincent de Paul at the suggestion of members of the st. Vincent de Paul Conference (volunteer group), at the st. Columbian Parish in Loveland. The couple in their fifties struggle with multiple disabilities, and health issues. This vehicle will allow them transportation to the grocery store, pharmacy, and medical appointments. They were presented with the vehicle at the Progressive service Center in sharonville on December 19, 2012. In addition to the vehicle, the couple was given one year of full auto insurance coverage through Progressive. ryan Murphy, service manager at the Progressive service center, discussed his involvement with the project, saying he felt fortunate to be able to help others in the community through the recycled rides Program. Tim and Amy wood, owner of L.wood and son Ltd., williamsburg, woods Collision Center of eastgate, and woods Collision in hillsboro, were present for statements, Tim expressed his thoughts on the program and stated “our goal through recycled rides and at woods Collision Center is to help people in our local community, we are proud that our staff and employees, have gotten involved and are proud to be a part of this important project.”Pictured left to right, ryan Murphy, Tim wood, Fr. Larry Tensi, Tom Bauer, shelly Bauer (seated) and Amy wood.
Grace Hospice looking for volunteers Each year, more than 450 thousand volunteers give more than 20 million hours of service. Our volunteers are an integral part of the care team, and have a vital role in the life of every hospice. Opportunities include direct companionship and relief care for patients and care givers, administrative assistance, help with our bereavement program, and we also welcome your talents and skills appropriate to our mission. Extensive training provided. Unwavering appreciation and support for your gift of time. Please contact Christyl Johnson Roberts for more information:chroberts@gh ospice.comor (513) 4798916.
Grimes named to Dean's List Ashleigh Grimes of Williamsburg, OH was named to the Fall 2012 Dean's List at Taylor University. Full-time students are named to the Dean's List when they have earned a GPA of 3.60 or higher for the term and taken at least 12 hours of classes.
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CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1 Brown County Common Pleas Judge Scott Gusweiler ruled in favor of Ring on charges against Crane that involved permitting drug abuse. Little said that Gusweiler agreed with the argument that Christine Crane owned the home the couple lived in, and because of that fact, Robert Crane could not be charged with permitting drug abuse. The ruling resulted in three of the 11 counts against Crane being dismissed. On Jan. 30, Little moved to dismiss another count against Crane, this one a first degree felony charge of Engaging in a Pattern of Corrupt Activity. Little dropped the charge because a witness against Crane was given immunity from prosecution in exchange for testimony about Crane in Brown
County. However, to prove the Pattern of Corrup t Activity Charge, the witness would have had to testify about his involvement in criminal activity in Hamilton County. Since that testimony could be used against him, and Little could not grant immunity from prosecution in another county, the witness was reluctant to testify. Once Little dropped the charges, the witness testified against Crane. The most serious charges Crane faces now are one first degree fe lony count of Involuntary Manslaughter and two second degree felony counts of Corrupting Another with Drugs. The jury trial last April hit a snag during the testimony of Dr. Gregory Wanger, a Medical Examiner for the state of Kentucky. Wanger examined the
body of Christine Crane after she was taken to Meadowview Regional Medical Center in Maysville, where she was pronounced dead. Little was asking Wanger abou t his findings when Crane attorney Nick Ring objected. Crane’s cause of death is listed as a drug overdose, with Wanger making that determination based, in part, on a toxicology report on Christine Crane’s blood. Ring objected to the fact that the toxicology analysis was prepared by an outside company, ATI Laboratories of Indianapolis, Indiana. Ring said that because Wanger was basing his conclusion of cause of de ath on data prepared by ATI, he should have the opportunity to confront and examine those within ATI who actually did the analysis. The sixth amendment of the U.S. Constitution gives those on trial the right to
confront their accusers. Ring is maintaining that the toxicology report is being used as justification to bring charges, and therefore those who prepared it should be cross-examined. Common Pleas Judge Scott Gusweiler sustained Ring’s objection, laying out his reasoning to both the prosection and defense in open court, outside the presence of the jury. Little then asked for a continuance of the case to give her time to contact ATI and begin the process of bringing a representative to Georgetown to testify in the case. Christine Crane was found unresponsive by Aberdeen Life Squad rescue crews on March 17, 2011 after Robert Crane placed a 911 call. She was taken to Meadowview Regional Medical Center in Maysville, Ky., where she was pronounced dead by Mason County Coroner Robert Brothers.
R’ville Elementary Second Nine Weeks honor roll announced Russellville Elementary recently announced their second nine weeks honor roll: All “A” Honor Roll Second Grade: Kathleen Baird, Kyle Berry, Sarah Clark, Drew Dotson, Alissa Duncan, Sophia Edmisten, Alexander Gillespie, Kaylee Helton, Hendrix Likerman, Wyatt Lillie, Hailey Reese, Aubree Simpson, Savannah White Third Grade: Andrew Best, Bailey Dotson, Shanea Faul, Francesco Ferrari, Gabrail Francis, Blake Frazier, Shelby Hampton, Caitlin Jacobs, Jaylei Jimison, Jessica Kitchen, Emma Moran, Paige Murphy, Cody Shular Fourth Grade: Ethan Daniels, Sarah Helton, Claire Holsted, Caitlyn Wills Fifth Grade: Abigail Gillespie, Madilynn Murphy, Parker Murphy, Camryn Pickerill, Brenton Ramey A/B Honor Roll Second Grade: Brandon Bailey, Cayden Buckamneer, Joshua Chitwood, Cierra Creighton, McKinzie Dotson, Lacey Dunseith, Tyler Fahrian, Courtney Faul, Lyric Gast, Emma Harness, Marlee Helbling, Alyssa Huff, Caleb Jimison, Emmalee Jimison, Hannah Johnston, Wyatt Manning, Taylor Smith, Chad Starrett, Zachary West, MacKenzie Wiles, Emma Wisby
Third Grade: Abby Alexander, Kirsten Bailey, Kaitlyn Bradford, Jalyn Burton, Mallory Carney, Jacob Cenci, Gaige Crabtree, Gavin Crabtree, Natalie Dowling, Christian Hoskins, Jayden Jones, Karlie Klump, Luke Mease, Jaicee Melvin, Jenna Puckett, Sydney Rau, Avery Reynolds, Jorge Roman, Carter Shideler, Easton Simpson, Ryan Tenley, Alexia Tincher, Kaelyn Wagner, Katie Wagoner, Carter Woollard Forth Grade: Kayla Berry, Blake Bilyeu, Ryan Boone, Brennen Byrd, Austin Faul, Sydney Freeland, Bryon Helbling, Colton Jones, Hannah Miller, Selena Mingua, Emma Murrie, Zoe Peters, Caterina Rockey, Haley Salazar, Nathan Schneider, Kelsie Shideler, Maria Stalbosky, Julia Starrett, Andres Vargas, Jacob Yockey Fifth Grade: Joseph Becknell, Calvyn Cate, Bryson Cook, Katelyn Cowdrey, Chloe Crawford, Logan Creighton, Abigail Danner, Joshua Darnell, Taylor Dotson, Jordan Fields, Juanita Frost, Hailey Hampton, Evelyn McCay, Madison McKenzie, Ashlee Minnix, Clay Newman, Landyn Pickerill, Jake Rager, Nathan Simpson, Myra Stalbosky, Summer Sweet, Jadon Walkup, Ian Wiles, Johnathan Williams, Lily Wirth
F’ville-Perry Middle School second quarter honor/merit roll The following students were named on the second quarter Honor/Merit roll for Fayetteville-Perry Middle School: 6th grade Honor Roll Cole Brown, Brandon Fisher,Abby Fogle, C.J. McCulley, Cecilia Murphy, Morgan Reynolds, and Mark Wolfer. 7th grade Honor RollGabrielle Brinkman, Faith Holden, Jason Stephens, and Paige Vilvens. 8th grade Honor RollMacy Boggs and Garett Thompson. 6th grade Merit RollP.J Blankmeyer, Cole Collins, Grace Crain, David Deininger, Colby Hill, Robby Kelly, Savannah Meyers, Easton Mitchell, Christopher Saylor, Brittany Scaggs, Mckenna Schaefer, Katie Smith, Alisa Stahl, Kaylyn Thomas, Kasey Wallace,
Hannah Wiederhold, Alexis Wilson, and Sarah Zugg. 7th grade Merit Roll Trinity Arbino, Gabe Beebe, Tyler Burwinkel, Hayden Dutro, Lexi Estes, Shelby Gregory, Alexis Houk, Zach Jeffers, Kelly Johnson, Elizabeth Keiber, Evan Kirchner, Makayla Meadows, Austin Saylor, Faith Stegbauer, Andrew Stephens, Emily Stewart, Austin Stiens, Luke Wiederhold, Sydnie Wolf, and Gabby Woods. 8th grade Merit Roll Cheyenne Bailey, Bailey Barber, Shannon Barker, Karla Beverly, Blaise Boler, Grant Brown, Sarah Collins, Logan Elswick, Ashley Hager, Nathan Hill, Savannah Lynch, Samantha Meyers, Brandon Sandlin, Ryan Shaw, Andy Smith, Faith Talley and Daphne Thompson.
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NOTICE OF AVAILABILITY DRAFT ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT SECTION 594 NORTHERN PERRY TOWNSHIP SANITARY SEWER REPLACEMENT PROJECT BROWN COUNTY, OHIO The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Huntington District, by this Notice of Availability (NOA), advises the public that the Draft Environmental Assessment (DEA) for the Northern Perry Township proposed Sanitary Sewer Replacement Project is complete and available for public review. The project is located in the unincorporated area of St. Martin located in Brown County, Ohio. A Finding of No Significant Impacts (FONSI) is anticipated for the proposed project. A copy of the draft FONSI is included with the DEA for public review. In compliance with the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) and 40 CFR 1501.4, the DEA and draft FONSI will be available to the public in the affected area for thirty (30) days for review and comment. Final determination regarding the need for additional NEPA documentation will be made after the public review period, which begins on or about January 12, 2013. Copies of the documents may be viewed at the following location: Fayetteville-Perry Library 406 N. East Street Fayetteville, OH 45118 (513) 875-2738 The documents may also be viewed at the following website: http://www.lrh.usace.army.mil/B usinessWithUs/PublicReview.asp x. Copies of the DEA and draft FONSI may be obtained by contacting the Huntington District Office of the Corps of Engineers at (304) 399-5276. Comments pertaining to the documents may be submitted by e-mail to: LRHPublicComments@usace.army. mil; or by letter to: Mr. Jonathan J. Aya-ay, Chief Environmental Analysis Section, Planning Branch Huntington District Corps of Engineers 502 Eighth Street Huntington, West Virginia 25701-2070 BCP 1-13-13, 1-20-13, 1-27-13, 2-3-13 ----------------------------------------
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DRINKING WATER NOTICE Village of Aberdeen Significant Deficiency / Treatment Technique Violation The Ohio EPA has identified, through the sanitary site visit on October 3, 2012, significant deficiencies associated with the water treatment system. The Village failed to have Well #1 inspected and repaired during the required timeframe. The Village did not provide an adequate explanation as to why the well could not be inspected or repaired during the required timeframe, nor did they provide sufficient detail for an alternate supply that would provide an adequate and reliable backup approvable source. What should I do? ✓ You do not need to boil your water or take other corrective actions regarding this violation. What does this mean? This situation does not require that you take immediate action. If it had been, you would have been notified immediately. Adequate qantities of safe drinking water are necessary for maintaining public health programs. What happened? What is being done? We are investigating and taking the necessary steps to correct the problem as soon as possible. For more information, please contact Keith O’Dell at 937-7952212 or P.O. Box 509 Aberdeen, Ohio 45101. General guidelines on ways to lessen the risk of infection by microbes are available from the EPA Safe Drinking Water Hotline at 1 (800) 426-4791. Please share this information with all the other people who drink this water, especially those who may not have received this notice directly (for example people in apartments, nursing homes, schools and businesses). You can do this by posting this notice in a public place or distibuting copies by hand or mail. PWSID#: OH0800012 Date distributed: 12/23/2012 Tier 2: GWR - Treatment Technique Violation (Significant Deficiency type 45) BCP TFN ---------------------------------------SHERIFF’S SALE OF REAL ESTATE Revised Code, Sec. 2329.26 THE STATE OF OHIO, BROWN COUNTY CASE NO 20120424CVE Bank of America, N.A. successor by merger to BAC Home Loans Servicing LP fka Countrywide Home Loans Servicing, LP Plaintiff -vsJennifer Lear aka Jeffifer Lear, et al Defendant In pursuance of an Alias Order of Sale in the above entitled action, I will offer for sale at public auction, at the west door of the Courthouse on the Square in Georgetown, Ohio, in the above named County, on Monday, the 4th day of March, 2013, at 1:00 o’clock P.M., the following described real estate, situate in the County of Brown and State of Ohio, and in the Township of Sterling to-wit: A parcel of land situated in Sterling Township of Brown County, Ohio and in John Breckenridge’s Military Survey No. 3047, lying west of and adjacent to Upper Cumberland Road and more particularly described as follows: Beginning at a railroad spike found in the centerline of Upper Cumberland Road at the northeast corner to the 2.562 acres of land conveyed to Linda A. Stutz by deed recorded in Deed Book 225, page 525 of the Office of the Recorder of Brown County, Ohio; thence with Linda A. Stutz’s line N. 75 deg. 54’ 04” W., 901.09 feet to a 1/2” iron pin found in the line of the land of Alma G. Monk; thence with Alma G. Monk’s line N. 13 deg. 31’ 24” E., 136.86 feet to a 5/8” iron pin set; thence with a severance line S. 75 deg. 11’ 16” E., 898.55 feet to a spike set in the centerline of Upper Cumberland Road; thence along the centerline of Upper Cumberland Road S. 12 deg. 17’ 00” W., 125.73 feet to the place of beginning and containing 2.711 acres, more or less, subject to all existing easements of record. Parcel No. 37-072380.0003 Prior Deed Reference: Official Record Book 360, Page 117 More commonly known as: 14291 Upper Cumberland Rd., Mount Orab, OH 45154 Said Premises Located at 14291 Upper Cumberland Road, Mt. Orab, Ohio 45154 There was not an inside inspection of the property and the Sheriff is not liable for the condition of the property upon confirmation of the sale. Said Premises Appraised at $35,000.00 and cannot be sold for less than two-thirds of that amount. Publication Dates: January 27, February 3, 10, 2013 Terms of Sale: 10% of purchase price to be paid on day of sale. Balance due within 30 days. Dwayne Wenninger Sheriff Brown County, Ohio Joshua J. Epling #0079568 Attorney ----------------------------------------
SHERIFF’S SALE OF REAL ESTATE Revised Code, Sec. 2329.26 THE STATE OF OHIO, BROWN COUNTY CASE NO 20120795CVE Wells Fargo Bank, NA Plaintiff -vsPhyllis A. Smith, et al Defendant In pursuance of an Alias Order of Sale in the above entitled action, I will offer for sale at public auction, at the west door of the Courthouse on the Square in Georgetown, Ohio, in the above named County, on Monday, the 4th day of March, 2013, at 1:00 o’clock P.M., the following described real estate, situate in the County of Brown and State of Ohio, and in the Township of Clark to-wit: Legal Description: Situated in J. Taylor’s Military Survey No. 3806, the Township of Clark, County of Brown, State of Ohio and being all of Lot 2 of Bil Bee Subdivision, in Plat Cabinet 2, Slide Number 98 & 99. Subject to restrictions of records. Parcel Number(s): 030040240600 Property Address: 2554 Whiteoak Valley Road, Hamersville, OH 45130 Deed Reference Number: dated December 20, 2001, filed January 18, 2002, recorded in Official Records Volume 252, Page 198, Recorder’s Office, Brown County, Ohio. Case Number: CV 20120795 Said Premises Located at 2554 Whiteoak Valley Road, Hamersville, Ohio 45130 There was not an inside inspection of the property and the Sheriff is not liable for the condition of the property upon confirmation of the sale. Said Premises Appraised at $50,000.00 and cannot be sold for less than two-thirds of that amount. Publication Dates: January 27, February 3, 10, 2013 Terms of Sale: To be sold for not less than two-thirds of the appraised value. A deposit equal to 10% of the appraised value of the property must be made in the form of a cashiers check at the time of sale. The balance of the purchase price must be paid by cashiers check within thirty days of the sale. If the purchaser fails to pay the balance of the purchase price within thirty days of the sale, the deposit shall be forfeited to Plaintiff for the costs associated with the advertisement and resale of the property and for interest charges. Dwayne Wenninger Sheriff Brown County, Ohio Michael E. Carleton #0083352 Attorney ---------------------------------------SHERIFF’S SALE OF REAL ESTATE Revised Code, Sec. 2329.26 THE STATE OF OHIO, BROWN COUNTY CASE NO 20121008CVE Fifth Third Mortgage Company Plaintiff -vsBrian K. Elliott, et al Defendant In pursuance of an Alias Order of Sale in the above entitled action, I will offer for sale at public auction, at the west door of the Courthouse on the Square in Georgetown, Ohio, in the above named County, on Monday, the 4th day of March, 2013, at 1:00 o’clock P.M., the following described real estate, situate in the County of Brown and State of Ohio, and in the Township of Pike to-wit: Situated in Wilhoit’s Heights Subdivision, Pike Township, Village of Mt. Orab, Brown County, Ohio and being Lots Numbered 60 and the North 1/2 of 59 as the same are known and designated on the recorded plat thereof recorded in Plat Book C-3, Page 147 and slide 156. Parcel Number: 300573880000 and 300573920000 Property Address: 301 Castle Avenue, Mount Orab, Ohio 45154 Prior Deed Reference: OR Book 325, Page 728 Property Owner: Brian K. Elliott and Amanda L. Elliott Case Number: CV 20121008 Said Premises Located at 301 Castle Avenue, Mt. Orab, Ohio 45154 There was not an inside inspection of the property and the Sheriff is not liable for the condition of the property upon confirmation of the sale. Said Premises Appraised at $83,000.00 and cannot be sold for less than two-thirds of that amount. Publication Dates: January 27, February 3, 10, 2013 Terms of Sale: 10% of purchase price to be paid on day of sale. Balance due within 30 days. Dwayne Wenninger Sheriff Brown County, Ohio Kriss D. Felty #0002338 Attorney ----------------------------------------
SHERIFF’S SALE OF REAL ESTATE Revised Code, Sec. 2329.26 THE STATE OF OHIO, BROWN COUNTY CASE NO 20101314CVE Lex Special Assets LLC Plaintiff -vsVictor A. Thomas, et al Defendant In pursuance of an Alias Order of Sale in the above entitled action, I will offer for sale at public auction, at the west door of the Courthouse on the Square in Georgetown, Ohio, in the above named County, on Monday, the 4th day of March, 2013, at 1:00 o’clock P.M., the following described real estate, situate in the County of Brown and State of Ohio, and in the Township of Pleasant to-wit: Legal Description: Situated in the State of Ohio, County of Brown, Township of Pleasant, Village of Georgetown, and being, Lot 16 of the Second Addition of Green Acres Subdivision as the same is known and designated on the recorded Plat thereof at Plat Book 5, Page 9, Slide 390 in Plat Records of Brown County, Ohio. Parcel Number(s): 33061564-0000 Property Address: 140 Green Acres Drive, Georgetown, OH 45121 Deed Reference Number: dated September 16, 1996, filed September 27, 1996, recorded in Official Records Volume 69, Page 554, Recorder’s Office, Brown County, Ohio. Case Number: CV 20101314 Said Premises Located at 140 Green Acres Drive, Georgetown, Ohio 45121 There was not an inside inspection of the property and the Sheriff is not liable for the condition of the property upon confirmation of the sale. Said Premises Appraised at $85,000.00 and cannot be sold for less than two-thirds of that amount. Publication Dates: January 27, February 3, 10, 2013 Terms of Sale: To be sold for not less than two-thirds of the appraised value. A deposit equal to 10% of the appraised value of the property must be made in the form of a cashiers check at the time of sale. The balance of the purchase price must be paid by cashiers check within thirty days of the sale. If the purchaser fails to pay the balance of the purchase price within thirty days of the sale, the deposit shall be forfeited to Plaintiff for costs associated with the advertisement and resale of the property and for interest charges. Dwayne Wenninger Sheriff Brown County, Ohio Michael E. Carleton #0083352 Attorney ---------------------------------------SHERIFF’S SALE OF REAL ESTATE Revised Code, Sec. 2329.26 THE STATE OF OHIO, BROWN COUNTY CASE NO 20120989CVE JPMorgan Chase Bank, National Association successor by merger to Chase Home Finance, LLC Plaintiff -vsLori D. Walsh, et al Defendant In pursuance of an Alias Order of Sale in the above entitled action, I will offer for sale at public auction, at the west door of the Courthouse on the Square in Georgetown, Ohio, in the above named County, on Monday, the 4th day of March, 2013, at 1:00 o’clock P.M., the following described real estate, situate in the County of Brown and State of Ohio, and in the Township of Scott to-wit: Situated in the Township of Scott, County of Brown, and State of Ohio: Being all of Lot No. 3 of the Indian Valley Resort Subdivision, as recorded in Plat Book 5, page 1 Slide #383 of the Brown County, Ohio plat records. Property Address: 12490 Brannon Road, Bethel, OH 45106 Parcel Number: 34069584.0000 Prior Instrument Number: OR Book 325, Page 2524 Said Premises Located at 12490 Brannon Road, Bethel, Ohio 45106 There was not an inside inspection of the property and the Sheriff is not liable for the condition of the property upon confirmation of the sale. Said Premises Appraised at $68,000.00 and cannot be sold for less than two-thirds of that amount. Publication Dates: January 27, February 3, 10, 2013 Terms of Sale: 10% of purchase price to be paid on day of sale. Balance due within 30 days. Dwayne Wenninger Sheriff Brown County, Ohio Tyler G. Shank #0088301 Attorney ----------------------------------------
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SHERIFF’S SALE OF REAL ESTATE Revised Code, Sec. 2329.26 THE STATE OF OHIO, BROWN COUNTY CASE NO 20120526CVE Bank of America, N.A. successor by merger to BAC Home Loans Servicing, L.P. fka Countrywide Home Loans Servicing, L.P. Plaintiff -vsMarlene Orben, et al Defendant In pursuance of an Alias Order of Sale in the above entitled action, I will offer for sale at public auction, at the west door of the Courthouse on the Square in Georgetown, Ohio, in the above named County, on Monday, the 4th day of March, 2013, at 1:00 o’clock P.M., the following described real estate, situate in the County of Brown and State of Ohio, and in the Township of Perry to-wit: Legal Description: The land referred to in this commitment, situated in the Township of Perry, County of Brown, State of Ohio, is described as follows: Lots Nos. 1029 and 1032, being all of Lots Nos. 1030 and 1031, of Lake Lorelei Subdivision Map No. 6, as the same is designated, numbered and known on the recorded plat thereof, Plat Book No. 4, Pages 85-91 plat records of the recorder’s office, Brown County, Ohio, but subject to all legal highways, easements, rights of ways and restrictions of record. Property commonly known as: 1029 Krupp Cove, Fayetteville, OH 45118 Permanent Parcel Numbers: 230436400000, 230436440000, 230494400000 and 230494440000 Prior Deed Reference: O.R. Book 350, Page 2263 Said Premises Located at 1029 Krupp Cove, Fayetteville, Ohio 45118 There was not an inside inspection of the property and the Sheriff is not liable for the condition of the property upon confirmation of the sale. Said Premises Appraised at $85,000.00 and cannot be sold for less than two-thirds of that amount. Publication Dates: January 27, February 3, 10, 2013 Terms of Sale: 10% of purchase price to be paid on day of sale. Balance due within 30 days. Any sum not paid within thirty days shall bear interest at the rate of ten percent per annum from the date of sale. Dwayne Wenninger Sheriff Brown County, Ohio George J. Annos #0060075 Attorney ---------------------------------------SHERIFF’S SALE OF REAL ESTATE Revised Code, Sec. 2329.26 THE STATE OF OHIO, BROWN COUNTY CASE NO 20120296CVE Bank of America, N.A. successor by merger to BAC Home Loans Servicing, L.P. fka Countrywide Home Loans Servicing, L.P. Plaintiff -vsPatricia Baker, et al Defendant In pursuance of an Alias Order of Sale in the above entitled action, I will offer for sale at public auction, at the west door of the Courthouse on the Square in Georgetown, Ohio, in the above named County, on Monday, the 4th day of March, 2013, at 1:00 o’clock P.M., the following described real estate, situate in the County of Brown and State of Ohio, and in the Township of Perry to-wit: Situated in the Township of Perry, County of Brown, and State of Ohio: Parcel Number 1: Being all of Lot No. 284 of Lake Lorelei Subdivision, Map No. 2, as the same is designated, numbered and known on the recording plat thereof, Volume No. 4, Page 56, Plat Records of Recorder’s Office, Brown County, Ohio, but subject to all legal highways, easements, rights of way and restrictions of record. Parcel Number 2: Situate in the Township of Perry in the County of Brown and State of Ohio, and being all of Lot No. 283 of Lake Lorelei Subdivision, Map No. 2, as the same is designated, numbered and known on the recording plat thereof, Volume 4, Page 56, Plat Records of Recorder’s Office, Brown County, Ohio, but subject to all legal highways, easements, rights of way and restrictions of record. Parcel Number 3: Situate in the Township of Perry, County of Brown, and State of Ohio and bounded and described as follows: Being all of Lot No. 282 of Lake Lorelei Subdivision, Map No. 2, as the same is designated, numbered and known on the recording plat thereof, Volume No. 4, Page 56, Plat Records of Recorder’s Office, Brown County, Ohio, but subject to all legal highways, easements, rights of way and restrictions of record. Parcel No. 230484800000, 230466160000 and 230460360000 Prior Deed Reference: Offi-
cial Record Book 320, Page 1942; Official Record Book 185, Page 428; Volume 95, Page 270 More commonly known as: 283 Dortmund Drive, Fayetteville, Ohio 45118 Said Premises Located at 283 Dortmund Drive, Fayetteville, Ohio 45118 There was not an inside inspection of the property and the Sheriff is not liable for the condition of the property upon confirmation of the sale. Said Premises Appraised at $3,000.00 and cannot be sold for less than two-thirds of that amount. Publication Dates: January 27, February 3, 10, 2013 Terms of Sale: 10% of purchase price to be paid on day of sale. Balance due within 30 days. Dwayne Wenninger Sheriff Brown County, Ohio Joshua J. Epling #0079568 Attorney ---------------------------------------SHERIFF’S SALE OF REAL ESTATE Revised Code, Sec. 2329.26 THE STATE OF OHIO, BROWN COUNTY CASE NO 20120911CVE Liberty Savings Bank, FSB Plaintiff -vsCatherine M. Brown aka Catherine M. Stacy, et al Defendant In pursuance of an Alias Order of Sale in the above entitled action, I will offer for sale at public auction, at the west door of the Courthouse on the Square in Georgetown, Ohio, in the above named County, on Monday, the 4th day of March, 2013, at 1:00 o’clock P.M., the following described real estate, situate in the County of Brown and State of Ohio, and in the Township of Green to-wit: Exhibit A Being situated in Nathaniel Sawyer’s Military Survey No. 10869, in the Township of Green, in the County of Brown, in the State of Ohio, and bounded and described as follows: Beginning at a spike found in the centerline of Greenbush East Road No. C-8 and a corner to a 6.93 acres of Betty Waits as recorded in Volume 171, Page 384 and at the Southeast corner of the original 25.46 acres; Thence with the centerline of said Greenbush East Road for the next two calls, 1. N. 77° 48’ 00” W. a distance of 37.94 feet to a spike found; 2. Thence N. 77° 17’ 00” W. a distance 197.06 feet to a spike set in the centerline of said Greenbush East Road; Thence with two division lines through the original 25.46 acres, N. 20° 00’ 00” E., passing an iron pin set at 25.20 feet, a distance of 330.00 feet to an iron pin set; Thence S. 77° 22’ 00” E. a distance of 235.00 feet to an iron pin set in the line of the 6.93 acres of said Betty Waits; Thence with said Wait’s line, S. 20° 00’ 00” W. a distance of 330.00 feet to the beginning, containing 1.766 acres more or less, being a part of the original 25.46 acres of the premises transferred to James Donald Waits in Volume 182, page 556 and subject to all legal highways and easements. Bearings are magnetic and based upon the N. 77° 48’ 00” W. line along the centerline of Greenbush East Road. A survey of this property was made by Robert E. Satterfield, Surveyor No. 4238, West Union, Ohio on December 19, 1989. Property Address: 3983 Greenbush East Road, Mount Orab, OH 45154 Parcel Number: 10019240.0200 Prior Instrument Number: OR Book 254, Page 1630 Said Premises Located at 3983 Greenbush East Road, Mt. Orab, Ohio 45154 There was not an inside inspection of the property and the Sheriff is not liable for the condition of the property upon confirmation of the sale. Said Premises Appraised at $110,000.00 and cannot be sold for less than two-thirds of that amount. Publication Dates: January 27, February 3, 10, 2013 Terms of Sale: 10% of purchase price to be paid on day of sale. Balance due within 30 days. Dwayne Wenninger Sheriff Brown County, Ohio Ellen L. Fornash #0085284 Attorney ---------------------------------------NOTICE The 2012 Annual Financial Report for Pike Township, Brown County, has been submitted to the office of the Ohio State Auditor. A copy of the report is available for examination at the Pike Township Community Building, 12700 SR 774, Pike Township, Brown County, upon contacting the Fiscal Officer. Jenny Lind Conrad, Fiscal Officer Pike Township 937-444-7418 BCP 2-3-13 ----------------------------------------
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NOTICE Sterling Township Annual Financial report for the year 2012 has been submitted to the Office of the Ohio State Auditor. A copy of the report is available for examination at the Office of the Fiscal Officer. Marilyn Lawrence, Fiscal Officer Sterling Township BCP 2-3-13 ---------------------------------------STERLING TOWNSHIP BOARD OF TRUSTEES 2013 MEETING DATES Sterling Township meetings are held in the Sterling Township Hall, located at the corner of Eastwood and Greenbush West Rd., and begin at 5:00 p.m. List of scheduled dates: January 28, February 25, March 18, April 29, May 20, June 24, July 29, August 26, September 23, October 28, November 25, December 30, 2013. Please contact one of the Trustees or Fiscal Officer 7 days prior to the meeting to be placed on the agenda. Please visit Township website for more information: sterlingtownship.us Trustees: Joe Horton 513-724-3340 Barb Watson 513-304-0141 Kathy Dingus 937-444-4885 Marilyn Lawrence, Fiscal Officer 513-724-1354 BCP 2-3-13 ----------------------------------------
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SHERIFF’S SALE OF REAL ESTATE Revised Code, Sec. 2329.26 THE STATE OF OHIO, BROWN COUNTY CASE NO 20120589CVE Bank of America, N.A. successor by merger to BAC Home Loans Servicing L.P. fka Countrywide Home Loans Servicing, L.P. Plaintiff -vsSandra Williams aka Sandra J. Williams, et al Defendant In pursuance of an Alias Order of Sale in the above entitled action, I will offer for sale at public auction, at the west door of the Courthouse on the Square in Georgetown, Ohio, in the above named County, on Monday, the 4th day of March, 2013, at 1:00 o’clock P.M., the following described real estate, situate in the County of Brown and State of Ohio, and in the Township of Green to-wit: Being situated in the Village of Mt. Orab, in the Township of Green, in the County of Brown in the State of Ohio and being described as follows: Beginning at an iron pipe at the southwest corner of Lot #6 and at the northwest corner of said alley and Broadway, said pipe being S. 72 deg. 28’ E. a distance of 12.17 feet from an iron pipe at the northwest corner of said alley and Broadway; thence with the west line of Lot #6 and the east line of an alley, N. 27 deg. 00’ E. a distance of 194.40 feet to an iron pipe at the northwest corner of Lot #6 and the southeast corner of two alleys; thence with the north line of Lot #6, S. 63 deg. 00’ E. a distance of 66.55 feet to an iron pipe at the north east corner of Lot #6 and the northwest corner of Lot #5; thence with the east line of Lot #6 S. 27 deg. 00’ W. a distance of 183.30 feet to an iron pipe at the southeast corner of Lot #6 and in the north line of Broadway; thence with the South line of Lot #6 and said north line of Broadway N. 72 deg. 28’ W. a distance of 67.48 feet to the beginning, containing 12,568 square feet more or less, being a corrected description of Lot #6 of the Mount Clifton Addition to the Village of Mount Orab, Ohio as per survey made in July, 1963 by Robert E. Satterfield, Surveyor #4238. ALSO THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED REAL ESTATE: Being situated in the Village of Mount Orab, Green Township, in the County of Brown in the State of Ohio and bounded and described as follows: Beginning at an iron pipe at the southwest corner of Lot #5 and in the north line of Broadway (St. Rt. #32) corner to Mildred Daugherty; thence with the south line of said lot and the north line of Broadway, S. 72 deg. 28’ E. a distance of 10.00 feet to an iron pipe; thence with a division line through Lot #5 N. 23 deg. 54’ E. a distance of 181.93 feet to an iron pipe at the northwest corner of Lot #5, come to Mildred Daugherty; thence with said Daugherty’s line and the west line of said lot, S. 27 deg. 00’ W. a distance of 183.30 feet to the beginning, containing 904 square feet more or less, being a part of Lot #5 of the Mount Clifton Addition to the Village of Mount Orab. ALSO THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED REAL ESTATE: Being situate in the Village of Mount Orab, Green Township, in the County of Brown in the State of Ohio and bounded and described as follows: Beginning at an iron pipe at the southwest corner of Lot #6 and in southeast corner of Broadway and the alley to be vacated; thence with the north line of Broadway, N. 72 deg. 28’ W. a distance of 12.17 feet to an iron pin at the north east corner of said alley and Broadway; thence with the west line of the alley, N. 27 deg. 00’ E. a distance of 196.40 feet to an iron pipe; thence S. 63 deg. 00’ E. a distance of 12.00 feet to an iron pipe at the northwest corner of Lot #6; thence with the west line of Lot #6 and the east line of the alley, S. 27 deg. 00’ W. a distance of 194.40 feet to the beginning, containing 2340 square feet more or less and being that portion of the alley lying along the west line of Lot #6 of the Mount Clifton Addition to the Village of Mt. Orab, Ohio. Parcel No. 110210480000; 110199480000; 110210520000 Prior Deed Reference: OR 331, Page 2213 More commonly known as: 404 W. Main Street, Mount Orab, Ohio 45154 Said Premises Located at 404 W. Main Street, Mt. Orab, Ohio 45154 There was not an inside inspection of the property and the Sheriff is not liable for the condition of the property upon confirmation of the sale. Said Premises Appraised at $55,000.00 and cannot be sold for less than two-thirds of that amount. Publication Dates: January 27, February 3, 10, 2013 Terms of Sale: 10% of purchase price to be paid on day of sale. Balance due within 30 days. Dwayne Wenninger Sheriff Brown County, Ohio Colette S. Carr #0075097 Attorney ----------------------------------------
SHERIFF’S SALE OF REAL ESTATE Revised Code, Sec. 2329.26 THE STATE OF OHIO, BROWN COUNTY CASE NO 20120656CVE Wells Fargo Bank, NA Plaintiff -vsRobert Henry aka Robert L. Henry, et al Defendant In pursuance of an Alias Order of Sale in the above entitled action, I will offer for sale at public auction, at the west door of the Courthouse on the Square in Georgetown, Ohio, in the above named County, on Monday, the 4th day of March, 2013, at 1:00 o’clock P.M., the following described real estate, situate in the County of Brown and State of Ohio, and in the Township of Clark to-wit: Legal Description: Situated in the Township of Clark, County of Brown and State of Ohio: A parcel of land situated in Clark Township of Brown County, State of Ohio and in D. Scott’s Military Survey No. 5077 and J. Watt’s Military Survey No. 3701, lying North of and adjacent to White Oak Valley Road and West of and adjacent to Eastside Road and more particularly described as follows: Beginning at a spike found at the intersection of the centerline of Eastside Road with the centerline of White Oak Valley Road; thence along White Oak Valley Road North 66 deg. 16’ 00” West, 203.53 feet to a spike set; thence with a severance line; N. 5 deg. 50’ 54” East 398.38 feet to a 1/2” iron pin set, and North 84 deg. 05’ 08” East, 197.73 feet to a spike found in Eastside Road; thence along Eastside Road S. 5 deg. 30’ 01” West, 19.10 feet to a spike found, and S. 5 deg. 50’ 54” West, 482.09 feet to the place of beginning and containing 2.00 acres, subject to all existing easements and rights of way of record. Bearings are based upon the record bearing (N. 66 deg. 16’ 00” W.) of the centerline of White Oak Valley Road. A survey of this property was made by James B. Mitchell, Registered Surveyor No. 6692 in October 1993. This survey is referred to in his records as Job No. 93-186 in the office of Mitchell Surveying, Phone No. 937-377-2975. Parcel Number(s): 030024360200 Property Address: 10707 Eastside Road, Hamersville, OH 45130 Deed Reference Number: dated October 31, 2003, filed November 14, 2003, recorded in Official Records Volume 299, Page 1772, Recorder’s Office, Brown County, Ohio Said Premises Located at 10707 Eastside Road, Hamersville, Ohio 45130 There was not an inside inspection of the property and the Sheriff is not liable for the condition of the property upon confirmation of the sale. Said Premises Appraised at $89,000.00 and cannot be sold for less than two-thirds of that amount. Publication Dates: January 27, February 3, 10, 2013 Terms of Sale: To be sold for not less than two-thirds of the appraised value. A deposit equal to 10% of the appraised value of the property must be made in the form of a cashiers check at the time of sale. The balance of the purchase price must be paid by cashiers check within thirty days of the sale. If the purchaser fails to pay the balance of the purchase price within thirty days of the sale, the deposit shall be forfeited to Plaintiff for the costs associated with the advertisement and resale of the property and for interest charges. Dwayne Wenninger Sheriff Brown County, Ohio Michael E. Carleton #0083352 Attorney ----------------------------------------
SHERIFF’S SALE OF REAL ESTATE Revised Code, Sec. 2329.26 THE STATE OF OHIO, BROWN COUNTY CASE NO 20120297CVE Bank of America, N.A. successor by merger to BAC Home Loans Servicing, L.P. fka Countrywide Home Loans Servicing, L.P. Plaintiff -vsPenny Hirsch, et al Defendant In pursuance of an Alias Order of Sale in the above entitled action, I will offer for sale at public auction, at the west door of the Courthouse on the Square in Georgetown, Ohio, in the above named County, on Monday, the 4th day of March, 2013, at 1:00 o’clock P.M., the following described real estate, situate in the County of Brown and State of Ohio, and in the Township of Lewis to-wit: Situated in the County of Brown, in the State of Ohio and in the Township of Lewis: Situate in Knox’s Military Survey No. 366, Lewis Township, Brown County, Ohio and being bounded and more particularly described as follows: Beginning at an iron pin found on the centerline of Trisler Road, said beginning point being the Southwesterly corner of Claude E. and Betty J. Noe’s 55.00 acre tract as recorded in Deed Book 222, Page 137 of the Deed Records of Brown County, Ohio; thence from said beginning point and with the centerline of said road North 39 degrees 14 minutes 00 seconds West a distance of 181.41 feet to an iron pin set; thence on a new division line through the land of said Stutz North 50 degrees 23 minutes 09 seconds East a distance of 1200.66 feet to an iron pin set on the line of said Claude E. and Betty J. Noe; thence with the line of said Noe South 39 degrees 14 minutes 00 seconds East a distance of 181.41 feet to an iron pipe found corner to said Noe; thence with the line of said Noe South 50 degrees 23 minutes 09 seconds West a distance of 1200.66 feet to the place of beginning. Containing 5.00 acres more or less subject, however, to all legal highways and easements of record and being a part of the land conveyed to Hubert and Wilma Stutz as recorded in Deed Book 202, Page 795 of the Deed Records of Brown County, Ohio, surveyed by Gerald S. Renshaw, Registered Surveyor No. 4872 on 3 September 1986. Property Address: 8632 Trisler Road, Hamersville, OH 45130 Parcel Number: 19039132.0102 Property Owners: Penny Hirsch Prior Deed Reference: O.R. Book 301, Page 2337 Said Premises Located at 8632 Trisler Road, Hamersville, Ohio 45130 There was not an inside inspection of the property and the Sheriff is not liable for the condition of the property upon confirmation of the sale. Said Premises Appraised at $70,000.00 and cannot be sold for less than two-thirds of that amount. Publication Dates: January 27, February 3, 10, 2013 Terms of Sale: 10% of appraised value to be paid on day of sale. Balance due within 30 days. Dwayne Wenninger Sheriff Brown County, Ohio Jeffrey R. Jinkens #0019301 Attorney ----------------------------------------
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SHERIFF’S SALE OF REAL ESTATE Revised Code, Sec. 2329.26 THE STATE OF OHIO, BROWN COUNTY CASE NO 20120021CVE Nationstar Mortgage, LLC Plaintiff -vsDebbie Needham, et al Defendant In pursuance of an Alias Order of Sale in the above entitled action, I will offer for sale at public auction, at the west door of the Courthouse on the Square in Georgetown, Ohio, in the above named County, on Monday, the 4th day of March, 2013, at 1:00 o’clock P.M., the following described real estate, situate in the County of Brown and State of Ohio, and in the Village of Georgetown to-wit: Exhibit A Legal Description: Situated in the County of Brown in the State of Ohio, and in the Village of Georgetown: Parcel I: Situate in what is known as Andrews Subdivision to The Village of Georgetown, County of Brown and State of Ohio and more particularly described as follows: Being Lots Nos. 41, 42, 43, 44, 45, 46 in Block 2 of said Andrews Subdivision to said Village of Georgetown, Brown County, as the same are known and designated and numbered on the Recorded Plat of said Subdivision, Plat Book C-3 Page 129. Now being Slide 137. Parcel II: Situate in R. Lawson’s Military Survey No. 2523, Village of Georgetown, Brown County, Ohio, and being a part of Andrews Subdivision as recorded in Plat Book C-3 Page 129, on the plat records of Brown County, Ohio, and being bounded and more particularly described as follows: Beginning at an iron pin on the South line of Plum Street said beginning point being the Northeast corner of Lot 46 of Andrews Subdivision as Recorded in Plat Book C-3 Page 129 of the Plat Records of Brown County, Ohio; thence from said beginning point and with the South line of Plum Street North 88 degrees 36’ 26” East a distance of 42.11 feet to an iron pin corner to John Wood Insurance Agency; thence with the line of said John Wood Insurance Agency South 5 degrees 12’ 19” West a distance of 194.00 feet to a stone corner to Norman Borden and corner to Lloyd Bohl and corner to Marion F. Mullinix; thence with the line of said Millinix North 81 degrees 51’ 14” West a distance of 35.89 feet to an iron pin corner to Lot 46 of said subdivision; thence with the East line of said Lot 46, North 3 degrees 22’ 27” East a distance of 187.42 feet to the place of beginning. Containing 0.170 acres, more or less. Surveyed by Gerald S. Renshaw, Registered Surveyor #4872 on 11 October, 1978. Parcel Number(s): 33064292-0000, 33-064296-0000, 33-064300-0000, 33-0643040000, 33-064308-0000, 33064312-0000 and 33-062188-0200 Property Address: 405 West Plum Street, Georgetown, OH 45121 Deed Reference Number: dated March 22, 1999, filed May 3, 1999, recorded in Official Records Volume 176, Page 799, Recorder’s Office, Brown County, Ohio. Case Number: CV 20120021 Said Premises Located at 405 West Plum Street, Georgetown, Ohio 45121 There was not an inside inspection of the property and the Sheriff is not liable for the condition of the property upon confirmation of the sale. Said Premises Appraised at $48,000.00 and cannot be sold for less than two-thirds of that amount. Publication Dates: January 27, February 3, 10, 2013 Terms of Sale: To be sold for not less than two-thirds of the appraised value. A deposit equal to 10% of the appraised value of the property must be made in the form of a cashiers check at the time of sale. The balance of the purchase price must be paid by cashiers check within thirty days of the sale. If the purchaser fails to pay the balance of the purchase price within thirty days of the sale, the deposit shall be forfeited to Plaintiff for the costs associated with the advertisement and resale of the property and for interest charges. Dwayne Wenninger Sheriff Brown County, Ohio Michael E. Carleton #0083352 Attorney ----------------------------------------
SHERIFF’S SALE OF REAL ESTATE Revised Code, Sec. 2329.26 THE STATE OF OHIO, BROWN COUNTY CASE NO 20120145CVE Bank of America, N.A. successor by merger to BAC Home Loans Servicing, L.P. fka Countrywide Home Loans Servicing, L.P. Plaintiff -vsDavid R. Booso, et al Defendant In pursuance of an Alias Order of Sale in the above entitled action, I will offer for sale at public auction, at the west door of the Courthouse on the Square in Georgetown, Ohio, in the above named County, on Monday, the 4th day of March, 2013, at 1:00 o’clock P.M., the following described real estate, situate in the County of Brown and State of Ohio, and in the Township of Eagle to-wit: Situated in the County of Brown, in the State of Ohio and in the Township of Eagle: Situate in T. Blackwell’s M.S. No. 1043, Eagle Twp., Brown County, Ohio, and being bounded and described as follows: Beginning at an iron pin set in the centerline of Crum Road, said beginning point being N. 29° 56’ 56” E. a distance of 880.12 feet and N. 30° 07’ 00” E. a distance of 1332.79 feet from the centerline intersection of Crum Road and Tri-County Highway. Thence from said beginning point and with the centerline of Crum Road, N. 30° 07’ 00” E., a distance of 271.19 feet to an iron pin set corner to Donald E. and Clarice Klein; thence with the line of said Klein for the next three courses: S. 61° 05’ 16” E. a distance of 82.48 feet to an iron pin found; N. 55° 56’ 24” E. a distance of 792.17 feet to an iron pin found; S. 61° 49’ 33” E. a distance of 814.56 feet to a stone found corner to said Klein and on the line of Arthur E. and Verba M. Church; thence with the line of said Church S. 30° 38’ 51” W. a distance of 728.15 feet to an iron pin set corner to said Church and on the line of Ralph J. and Patricia E. Alexander’s 105.238 acre tract; thence with the line of said Alexander’s 105.238 acre tract N. 62° 51’ 36” W., a distance of 321.19 feet to an iron pin set corner to said Alexander’s 105.238 acre tract; thence on a new division line through Ralph J. and Patricia E. Alexander’s 68.00 acre tract N. 76° 16’ 11” W. a distance of 952.82 feet to the place of beginning, containing 19.225 acres, more or less, subject, however, to all legal highways and easements of record and being a part of the 68.00 acre tract conveyed to Ralph J. and Patricia E. Alexander as recorded in Deed Book 181, Page 457 of the Deed Records, Brown County, Ohio. Surveyed by Gerald S. Renshaw, Registered Surveyor No. 4872 on March 14, 1986. Said Premises Located at 11880 Crum Road, Winchester, Ohio 45697 There was not an inside inspection of the property and the Sheriff is not liable for the condition of the property upon confirmation of the sale. Said Premises Appraised at $135,000.00 and cannot be sold for less than two-thirds of that amount. Publication Dates: January 27, February 3, 10, 2013 Terms of Sale: Ten percent (10%) of the Sheriff’s appraised value down at the time of sale. Balance to be paid within thirty days of the confirmation. Any sum not paid within said thirty days shall bear interest at the rate of ten percent (10.00%) per annum from the date of sale. Dwayne Wenninger Sheriff Brown County, Ohio George J. Annos #0060075 Attorney ----------------------------------------
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ERNST CONCRETE Lebanon - Fairfield - Batavia Ready Mix Concrete Drivers Class B CDL required Must be at least 21 years of age Minimum 2 years CDL driving experience required “Ready Mix Experience a Plus” Excellent Fleet Excellent Benefits Allow 1 Hour for Application Process Apply in person at: 4250 Columbia Rd. Lebanon, OH 45036 For directions call: 513-398-9613 Monday through Friday 8:00am - 3:00pm EOE
HOME HEALTH AIDES PART TIME Clermont Senior Services is seeking part-time Home Health Aides to provide care for older adults in the Clermont County area for weekend coverage with possible week day hours (if interested). Competitive Wages, Flexible Schedules and Mileage Reimbursement. Perfect position for nursing students; qualified applicants must show evidence of Student Nurse skills and/or be an STNA, or, have a Certificate of Training from an approved Nurse Aide Course. EOE Apply in person at:
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AT TALBERT House, a premier nonprofit network of social services, is seeking: Adult Outpatient Clinical Service Provider (Job Code: 430-52) Full-time, first shift position with some evening hours. Requires a Master's degree or equivalent; PCC or LISW; some Mental Health experience with adult population; MS Office skills; driver’s license; and auto insurance.
COMMERCIAL MOWING Foreman Landscape Crew Leader Laborers, Permanent Full-time, Clean driving record, be available for work Mon.-Sat. from 7am until 6pm, available for paid overtime, be able to drive a standard transmission and pass a 5-panel drug screen. Applicants should have a minimum of 2-years of experience and be at least 21 years old. Must have a positive attitude!
Adult Outpatient Clinical Service Provider (Job Code: 430-47) On-call, first shift position. Requires a Master's degree or equivalent; PC, LSW, or MFT; valid driver’s license; and auto insurance. Apply or for more information, visit: www.talberthouse.org/ employment EEO & an Equal Provider of Services
BONUS $500 Sign on bonus Class A CDL with experience. Regional position, tanker endorsement a plus, not required. Percentage Pay, Company match Simple IRA, Vacation & Holiday Pay. Call 513-724-7140. CNA’S NEEDED to touch the heart of those in need, in the coming seasons of giving, and all year round! We offer 12 hour shift. Call or stop by to fill out an application. 937-378-3727.
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WANTED: CIVIL DRAFTER Min. 1 year experience, familiar w/plan/profile & utility type DWG’s. CAD 2010 Civil 3D or Newer. Experience using GIS and Aerials w/CAD. Surveying and/or inspection work a plus. Short term, long term potential, Eastgate area. Call 513-842-8000 or apply online www.expresspros.com. Submit to Cincinnati East office.
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CUSTOMER SUPPORT & MARKETING Position needed. Full-time or part-time. Georgetown, OH. Salary depending on experience. Email to: Employment@Libertea.us or mail to: Libertea, 474 Home St., Suite A, Georgetown, OH 45121 DRIVERS: START up to $.40/mi. Home Weekly. CDL-A 6 mos. OTR exp. Req. 50 Brand New Coronado’s you’ll be proud to drive! 888-406-9046.
EXPERIENCED PARTS puller needed with own tools, Mon. Fri. 8 - 5; Sat. 8-1, Background check required, call Gray’s at 937-444-4817.
GROWING CREDIT Union seeks the following positions for Mt. Orab office: FT Teller & FT Financial Service Associate Send resume to: Classic Federal Credit Union Attn: Karen P.O. Box 488 Amelia, OH 45102 E.O.E
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937-444-0820 NOW HIRING: Companies desperately need employees to assemble products at home. No selling, any hours. $500 weekly potential. Info. 1-985-646-1700 DEPT. OH-7268. PINE RIDGE Pine Village Residential Homes Inc. is now hiring for full & part-time employment. Weekends to be expected. Direct care aides needed for individuals w/developmental disabilities in a residential setting. Must have a valid driver’s license, clean background check & a high school diploma/GED. No experience necessary, will train. Starting pay @ 10.50/per hour, with raise upon completion of 90 day probation. Paid training. Apply in person @ 146 North Third St., Williamsburg, Ohio 45176. SEEKING PERSON with physical labor experience helping business owner install spray foam insulation. Experience working with residential and commercial construction would be a bonus. Pay is based on experience. We are a Drug & Alcohol Free Workplace. For more information, call 937-378-2195. STATE TESTED Nurse Aides: Looking for caring, responsible, energetic individuals to care for our residents. Please apply at: 12745 Elm Corner Rd., Williamsburg, OH 45176.
Must be Dependable THE VILLAGE of Hamersville is accepting applications for part-time Police Officers. Please mail resume to P.O. Box 146, Hamersville, OH 45130, or fax to 937-379-1851.
300 - APTS. UNFURNISHED 4-ROOM, 1BR, utilities included, stove, refrigerator, washer/dryer in a private home in Marathon. $650/mo +deposit. References needed. 513-724-5151.
ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS for 1, 2 & 3br, Equal Opportunity Housing, apply at Forest Glade Apartments, 9001 Airport Rd., Georgetown, OH, 937-378-4565.
300 - APTS. UNFURNISHED APARTMENTS FOR rent. Felicity area. One or two bedrooms plus efficiency apartment, furnished kitchen, a/c, electric heat, private entrance, off street parking. Available now. References, deposit required. Call 513-876-3017. EFFICIENCY & 1BR Concord Square Apartments, Nice size, A/C, heat, lots of storage, single story. Call 513-724-3951. FELICITY GARRISON PLACE SENIOR APARTMENTS 62 & OVER Rent Subsidized Free Utilities Secure Bldg. On-site laundry Pets allowed
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FOR RENT Apartment, nice 2br, equipped kitchen, washer/dryer hookups, cable TV available, Anderson State Rd. near Fayetteville, deposit & references required. $485/mo. 513-875-3223. LOCATED ON the edge of Mt. Orab, OH. Quiet country setting but close to town. $850/mo for a 3br, 2ba duplex ranch apartment with walk-in master closet, central air, range, refrigerator, dishwasher, garbage disposal and large yard included. Utilities not included. Security deposit of $850. First month rent & security deposit is required upon signing of lease. One year lease required. To view contact 513-253-8170. LYTLE TRACE Senior Apartments. 62 & over, rent subsidized, secure building, free utilities, on-site laundry, pets allowed. Call 513-724-3358. TTY 800-750-0750.
MAIN ST. in Georgetown, 2br, 1ba. Tenants pay gas, heat & electric. Owner pays trash, water & sewage. $425/mo. Call 937-444-5223. MT. ORAB Candlelight Apartments 1 & 2br Townhouses Start at $465 - $565 With discount. Visit our website: briarcreekproperties.com
or call 513-532-5291 or 937-515-3092 Ask about our student, senior & other discounts
Morris Home Furnishings and Ashley Furniture HomeStores are searching for “STARS”. Our business is phenomenal and our growth and expansion in the Tri-State area continues to be more exciting every day. We will soon open an Ashley Furniture HomeStore near Eastgate. We want you to become part of our exciting Eastgate team! If you consider yourself extremely customer service driven, competitive, and enjoy being compensated for the fruits of your efforts through one of the highest paying commission plans in the home furnishings industry - we want to speak to you! Apply in person at either our Springdale, Ohio or Florence Kentucky locations. Remember; the “STARS” are the limit for this exciting opportunity. We look forward to having you join our team of selling professionals! You may email your resume to: MorrisHr@morrishomefurnishings.com Job reference: Ash33
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307 - MOBILE HOMES FOR RENT
SARDINIA Efficiency, $350., some utilities paid. Also, 2br House $500, 3-4br house $600, no dogs, no smoking. 513-309-4349 or 513-309-4319.
3BR 1BA w/big living room, utility room, small storage building. Minutes from 32. $600 a month +deposit. Call Greg 513-623-1833.
HEALTHSOURCE OF OHIO Medical Call Center Agent - 40 hrs Eastgate High School Graduate or equivalent Completion of a Medical Assistant Program preferred Certification or Registry preferred Experience with medical terminology preferred At least one year of medical office experience desired Practice Manager Hillsboro Bachelor’s Degree preferred 3-5 years experience Previous supervisory and operational management experience is desired Medical Assistant/Receptionist - 40 hrs/wk 3 Openings Hillsboro, Goshen & Seaman High School Graduate or equivalent Completion of a Medical Assistant Program required Certification or Registry preferred At least one year of medical office experience desired We offer an excellent benefit package Please visit our website at: www.healthsourceofohio.com Email resumes to: firstname.lastname@example.org or Fax to: 513-576-1018 M/F/D/V Equal Opportunity Employer
TWO BEDROOM apartment in Ripley, unfurnished. References required. $350 month plus utilities, $450 deposit. 937-392-1204, leave message.
WINTER SPECIAL! FOR A LIMITED TIME ONLY, NO DEPOSIT! Located on the edge of Georgetown, OH. Quiet country setting but close to shopping and hospital. $560/month for a 2-bedroom, one bath townhouse apartment with walk-in master closet, central air, range, refrigerator, dishwasher and garbage disposal included. Utilities not included. Security deposit of $560 is waived during this limited time offer. First month rent only required upon lease signing. To view contact 513-253-8170. Cambridge Dr. at Old 68.
303 - HOUSES FOR RENT 1BR HOUSE in Georgetown, Ohio, stove & refrigerator included, $400 rent plus $400 deposit. NO PETS! Tenant pays all utilities. Applications can be picked up at: 406 W. Plum St. Rm 99, Georgetown, Ohio. Any questions you can contact Kathy at 937-378-6041, ext. 285.
2BR RANCH house in Amelia, conveniently located, big back yard, W/D hookup, one car attached garage, $595/mo + utilities, good credit history, deposit required, 513-532-7560.
NEWER RANCH Homes For Rent in Mt. Orab. 3/4 Bedrooms, 2Bathrooms, 2-Car Garage, Appliances. 1-Year Lease, No Pets, Security Deposit. Please Call 937-213-1548.
307 - MOBILE HOMES FOR RENT 1641 SQ/FT 3br, 2ba doublewide. Newly remodeled, 24x36 detached garage. $700 per month + deposit. Call Greg 513-623-1833.
3BR, 2BA mobile home, Western Brown schools, $650 per month, plus deposit, 513-509-0585. LARGE MOBILE home 2br, 2ba, Mt. Orab area. Nice big yard in country setting on deadend street. Newly remodeled. $550 month $550 deposit. Available immediately. Please call 513-703-2430. TAKING APPLICATIONS on small nice 12x60 2br mobile home on Rt. 62 between Macon & Ash Ridge. No Pets! $350 rent $350 deposit. 937-446-2155.
308 - OFFICE/BUSINESS SPACE FOR RENT BATAVIA - office buildings for lease, 8700 sq. ft., will divide, warehouse space also, 513-295-4303, 513-887-2989.
309 - GARAGE/PARKING/ STORAGE
400 - HOUSES FOR SALE FARM WITH nice 1.5 story older home w/basement, 3 car detached garage, barns & 20 rolling acres with large rock lined creek and woods, great for hunting or farming, more or less acreage available, Bethel New Hope Rd., 1 mi. from Clermont County line, Western Brown but close enough for Bethel. Asking $215,000 513-734-6349 or 937-444-6925 Dan (May also sell for less with fewer acres)
403- MOBILE HOMES FOR SALE ABANDONED REPO Doublewide - $2500.00 deposit. Last one! 888-221-4503.
BATAVIA - boat, motorcycle, classic car, RV storage, outside & climate controlled inside, 513-295-4303, 513-887-2989.
POOR CREDIT got you down? New National Home Buyer Program can help. Apply by phone 800-380-8751.
310 - WANTED TO RENT
405 - LOTS & ACREAGE
WANTED Farm ground to rent for 2013 season & beyond. Call Jeff at 937-213-3909.
WANTED TO rent Tillable farmland, paying $100.00 per acre. Cash Rent. Phone: 513-262-3674.
313 - BANQUET HALL FOR RENT BATAVIA BANQUET hall for rent, weddings, parties, meetings, 225 guests 513-295-4303, 513-887-2989.
400 - HOUSES FOR SALE 3-4 BEDROOM, two bath home with 2 car detached garage, nearly 2 acre lot with potential building lot. House has central air, full basement with one car garage, above ground pool, large deck and wood burning insert fireplace. Sale of house will include oven, microwave, refrigerator, dishwasher and washer/dryer, $105,000, Decatur, Ohio, call 937-373-0303.
BEAUTIFUL 50ACRES W/large rock lined creek & woods, great for hunting or farming. More or less acreage available. Bethel New Hope Rd. 1-mile from Clermont County line, Western Brown but close enough for Bethel.
Asking $199,500 Dan 513-734-6349 or 937-444-6925 (Smaller parcels also available) LOT IN Georgetown, water, sewer, electric hook-up. Zoned for trailer. Asking $7,900.00 or make offer. 865-934-8963.
410 - COMMERCIAL LEASE BATAVIA- COMMERCIAL kitchen for lease, 3 door freezer & 3 door refrigerator, gas stove & grill, Ansel Protection, 513-295-4303, 513-887-2989.
501 - CHILD CARE DAYCARE HUGS & KIDS, LLC. 6th & Willow St., Williamsburg Call Dorothy Lewis 513-218-7471 or Stephanie Lewis 859-801-0125
507 - SEWING & ALTERATIONS For all your sewing needs for you, your family and your home. Call 937-4444276. Reasonable rates, expert service.
607 - FIREWOOD FIREWOOD FOR sale, $100 truckload. Call Drew Howser at 937-444-4787 or Corey Spitznagel at 937-444-4525 for details.
FOR SALE Firewood, sold by State Regulations, u-pick up or we deliver. For fast friendly service call Cox Firewood at: 937-378-4309 No answer, leave message or call 937-515-5829 Located 3600 SR 125 Georgetown, OH State & County Voucher welcome Credit Cards Accepted HARDWOOD - split and seasoned. For more info call 937-515-4012. You pickup or we deliver.
608 - FARM PRODUCE HAY FOR sale - square bales, mixed grass and mixed grass/clover. Leave message 937-549-3802.
SQUARE BALES of high quality alfalfa timothy hay, 50-60lb bales, 2nd 3rd & 4th cutting. 937-373-3631.
611 - WANTED TO BUY TOP DOLLAR PAID!! Cash for furniture, antiques, appliances, tools, fishing, jewelry, gold, silver, records, DVD’s, games, sports, pocket knives, more! ALMOST ANYTHING! 937-378-1819 or 937-378-2850
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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:
937-515-2692 701 - LOST AND FOUND LOST DOG - Male Peekapoo, family pet answers to “Tie-Tie.” Lost on Wed. morning, Jan. 8 in the Mt. Orab area, Beverly Drive. Please call 937-444-5101.
703 - SELF IMPROVEMENT JOIN US on Wednesday nights beginning February 6 from 6:30 7:30 pm for relaxing Yoga classes. Classes will focus on breathing, Yoga posture and meditation. They will be at: Active Living Chiropractic, 453 W. Main St., Mt. Orab. 513-675-0954.
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1336238 - Mt. Orab - Wonderful all brick hm. on the edge of town. Hardwood flring thru-out. Newer roof, master bath, HVAC and beautiful ceramic countertops. Gorgeous glass surround on guest bath. Full bsmt w/roomy family room and storm shelter. 3 BR 2 Ba Two Car Gar. Mature Shade. $129,900 1333914- Mt. Orab - S.E. corner of SR 32 & Klein Rd. 2200 ft. of frontage on (limited access) SR 32 & 1585 ft. of frontage on Klein Road. 51.49 acres. Multi-purpose ground. Water at the road. $310,000
1324362 - Pike Twp - Renovated 1.5 story home on 1.97 rolling acres. Beamed ceilings, gourmet kitchen, newer G carpet & exterior ENDIN P D L doors. Stocked SO pond, 40x32 garage w/steel 12' roll-up door. Add'l one car w/lean too. Covered front porch and back deck. First Offering! $98,500 MLS#1328251 - Mt. Orab - Country elegance in exclusive Beacon Hill. 3BD, 2BA. Brand new flring, paint, chair rail & crown molding. Lg rooms. Beautiful brick FP, cathedral ceilings & fully equip. kitchen w/ great storage. Enclosed screen porch w/attached octagonal deck. $215,000
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DP SOL 1338665 - Mt. Orab - Immaculate ranch style home w/2000 sq.ft. living area. 3BD, 2BA. Mbr. suite has separate sitting & dress area into a roomy walk-in clst. 21x18 covered porch in rear. 2 bay wndws. 2 sheds. Lrg portion of yard w/ elec. fence. Must see to believe! WOW! $149,900
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1337507 - Mt. Orab - Get ready to move!! 4 Bdrm. all brick home w/full bsmt. & 2 car attached garage. New flooring & paint. Bathroom total renovation. Hdwd floors under carpet. Plenty of storage. Playset stays. Fire pit in rear. Mature shade. Priced to sell. $115,000
1334873 - Mt. Orab- Beautiful Bi-Level nestled on a quiet cul-de-sac. 3BD, 2.5 BA. Crown molding, accent walls, chair rail, cathedral ceiling, Rec rm, Family rm, back deck, fire pit, shed, fully fenced back yard w/tree house. Additional carport. $124,500 1322164 - Williamsburg - Beautiful Sears & Roebuck home situated on a quiet town double lot. Pristine hardwood floors (Oak down & Pine up). Arched doorways, wide baseboards, french doors to enclosed back porch. Fenced yard. 1 car garage. Partial poured basement. $82,500
1324847 - Mt. Orab - Location! Setting! Location! All Brick Ranch 100's of feet off of the road. 5 Acres! 3BD, 2BA. Supreme curb appeal! Sunken family rm, equipped kitchen, newer roof. 2 finished rooms in bsmt. 24x26 finished rm. in garage. 2 car bay also. Rolling woods on rear. $179,900
1341011 - Lewis Twp- Hardwood & laminate flooring thru-out. 3BD, 2BA. Ready to move-in! Lg. eat-in kitchen w/plenty of storage. Concrete slap completely underneath. Great home at an affordable price!! $64,900
1340997 - Mt. Orab - Wonderful SOLD all brick story & a half home w/full bsmt. 3BD, 1.5 BA. Beautiful hardwood floors in Kit. & BR. Hardwood under carpet. Stone FP, brand new ceramic backsplash & furnace. 20x16 deck, covered front porch, circle drive. $109,900
1338818 - Mt. Orab - Absolutely stunning, 2 yr old ranch style hm w/soaring ceilings. 3BD, 2BA. Fully equipped kitchen w/counter bar. French Door w/o onto deck from Great Room & MBR Suite. Better than new. Fully fenced back yard which backs up to woods. Quick Occupancy. $135,000 Eastern School District - 3 BD on .91 Acre. This clean & affordable all brick home has a 2 car detached garage & is wheelchair accessible. Bright & Cheery, this home boasts a beautiful WBFP and a nice covered front porch. $62,500
1243844 Investment opporPE OS LD tunity! 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
1336137 - Lake Waynoka- Incredible lakefront property nestled on a cove. 4BD, 3.5 BA. Hearthstone hewn log home in impeccable condition. Hardwood flrs. on 1st level except for MBR suite. Gormet Kit.w/blt-in microwave, oven and granite island range top. Granite countertops. $369,900
1333084 - Mt. Orab - Exquisite Custom Blt Full Brick home in exclusive Beacon Hill sub-divison. Formal dining room w/tray ceiling. Flr to ceiling stone F/P. Custom windows w/transomes. Beautiful MBR suite. Gourmet kit w/corian counters. Full fin bsmt. Stunning! $219,900
1331501 - Mt. Orab - 3 BR 2BA Full brick home on a picturesque 1.4 acre setting. Almost 2000 sq. ft. of living area. Newer roof and laundry room. The tiered decking on the rear serves as an add'l recreation area w/lots of mature shade. This is the first offering in this arena. Call Bert or Dominic for more details! $134,500
1258238- Sardinia- 3BD, 2BA, Almost 1500 sq.ft. of open living area. Master BD suite. Dining Rm. & Equipped eat-in Kitchen. Large front deck & covered back porch. Affordable living seconds off St. Rt. 32. Back yard completely privacy & fenced. 2 car carport. $79,900 1265584 - Mt. Orab - OWNER FINANCING! Flexible Terms!! Former Cahall Apparel Store LY in the heart of I M Mt. Orab. I - FA T L MU 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. Public Utilities. $199,900
1339793 - Mt. Orab - Exciting full brick home unique in style. 38x35 beautiful finished rec room in bsmt. Great rm. w/stone F/P, 3 BD, 2 fully renovated baths, new countertops in kit. Rear french dr. w/o to professionally landscaped back yard w/pool & tiered decking. $215,000
1337896 - Mt. Orab - First offering! Full brick quad level home built like a fortress! 4BD, 2.5 BA. Former construction res./business office. Built in sound system, built in drafting table, 1st. floor MBR suite, WBFP, Hdwd under carpets. Cedar lined closets. Corner lot. $159,900
1334868 - Mt. Orab - Immaculate custom maintenance-free home. 4BD, 2BA. Open foyer, open flr plan w/cath ceils. Equip. kit w/beveled island & cntr tops. Natural wdwrk. Mstr suite w/jacuzzi. Fully fenced in-grnd pool. Beautiful tiered decking. Prof. lndscpd.. $169,900 1336123 Georgetown Beautiful craftmanship of this total renovation! Brand new flring, windows, roof, furnace, siding, kitchen w/appliances & elec. service. 3BD, 1BA. A doll house ready to move-in. 40x30 barn w/new siding, roof, & gar. door. 20x10 shed. A true must see! $89,900 Georgetown Great investment opportunity or home to raise your family. This 3 BR 2 Ba home is ready to move-in. Unique as it could function as a one or two family. New carpet, fresh paint, oversized 2 car gar. 1+ acre on public water and sewer with 2 separate taps. $84,900 1312624 - Georgetown - Walk back in time as you enter the front door of this magnificent home! 3BD, 1.5 BA. Double parlor, fluted wdwk w/rosettes. Wide baseboards & a cherry bannister. A dry cellar underneath. This home has a secure, local alarm system which can be transferred to the new owner. $79,900
800 - R.V. S/CAMPERS /TRAILERS 2011 LAREDO Fifth Wheel, one owner. 30’ long, two slides, sleeps four, no smoking, like new condition - used very little. $21,900 Mt. Orab, 513-479-6713.
807 - TRUCKS FOR SALE 1994 CHEVY truck, short bed, V-6, two wheel drive, 4.3 motor, 246k original miles, asking $1500.00/OBO 513-256-8580.
808 - AUTOS FOR SALE 1930’S-PRESENT
MARK WANTS running, wrecked, dead cars and trucks. Now paying $150 - $400/cash for complete vehicles. FREE TOW! 937-446-3021 or 513-739-0774
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2003 KIA Sedona LX, 114,000 miles, good condition, $3500 OBO, 937-446-2895. 2005 SILVER Mercury Sable, V-6, 4dr, gray cloth int., AM/FM/CD player, new tires, 22k original miles, $7,800. Call 513-724-0649. JUNKED, WRECKED unwanted autos, autos, trucks, motorcycles, etc., some towed free, cash paid for some. Call 513-734-1650
809 - FARM MACHINERY 2002 JOHN Deere 4210 Compact Tractor, 4x4 28hp Diesel, Hydro Folding Rollover Protection J.D. 420. Quick attach Front Loader with H.D. 61” Bucket. J.D. 47 Backhoe Attachment w/13” Bucket $10,500.00. Will separate $7,500.00 for Tractor Loader and $3,500.00 for Backhoe. Bought new & have all manuals. Call 937-515-0947.
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his award. He also received certificates of recognition from the Brown County Commissioners, State Representative Doug Green and Senator Joe Uecker. “Wow,” Lodwick began, “Two hundred people…recently fed…and ready to hear about 45 minutes on U.S. Grant.” His comment produced laughs from the audience. “I am asked to speak about once a month either here in the county or elsewhere.”, Lodwick said. “I want to thank the Chamber, the Senate, the House, the commissioners and everyone here for this great honor to be recognized by your peers. It’s the greatest honor anyone can receive. I started my life in Cleveland but consider myself a Brown Countian, I’ve been here since I was a third grader. I think I learned early on, my work ethic, from my parents. I don’t think I appreciated it when I was learning it. And also the community portion of my life.” Lodwick stated that his parents had always been in-
Martha B. Jacob/ The Brown CounTy Press
on behalf of the Brown County rural water Association, BCrwA president Lowell Allen proudly accepts the 2012 Drucker Award during the Brown County Chamber of Commerce Business Breakfast.
Martha B. Jacob/ The Brown CounTy Press
ned Lodwick, veterinarian at Georgetown Animal hospital and local historian received the 2012 Lifetime Achievement Award, presented by the Brown County Chamber of Commerce.
erinarian in Brown County at the Georgetown Animal Hospital. Following Lodwick’s comments, recipient of the Drucker Award, the Brown County Rural Water Association (BCRWA) presented a special power point presentation on the creation and growth of the association through the years. Facts given during the power point included: • BCRWA began very
volved in the community and felt that involvement was very important. They were involved in Boy Scouts, 4-H and the school systems. He added that he had received an excellent education and has always enjoyed being a vet-
small in the early 1970’s and had very few customers; • The larger villages in the county had water systems, but not the outlying areas; • Two groups began working on developing a new county wide water system, one in the Feesburg area and the other in Sardinia. The groups joined forces, creating the BCRWA; • To qualify for a Farmers Home Administration loan, the BCRWA was organized;
• The association has 25 employees, all but one have been with the company for over 13 years; • BCRWA now has 8,800 taps, 13 wells and 13 storage tanks, and owns over 500 acres of ground; •The association treats its own water; • It has been at its current location, 3818 U.S. 52 in Ripley, since 1997; • In 2007 Lowell Allen was elected president of the board of the BCRWA • General Manger is Dan Sarbach since 2007; • The association maintains 900 miles of lines. Dave Gooch, with Park National Bank, and is the 2013 United Way chair for the eastern area, spoke briefly with those in attendance about United Way. Gooch said that last year United Way raised over $1.6 million and $600,000 of those funds came back to Brown County. He said that $83,000 of those funds were raised in Brown County. Tim McKeown, chairman of the board of the Brown
County Chamber of Commerce took the opportunity to introduce members of the chamber’s executive team during the event. For a second year, Kelly Cornette (with National Bank and Trust) will remain president, Brian Elliott (with radio station WAOL) remains vice president, Gerry Schumacher (First State Bank) remains treasurer and Erin Richmond (with Hospice of Hope) remains secretary. Following his introduction of the officers, they were sworn in to office by Brown County Probate and Juvenile Court Judge Margaret Clark. The Annual Chamber Spring Dinner will be held May 6. Its ‘Golf Outing is scheduled for June 14, Business Expo-August 1, Reverse Raffle-November 2 and the Holiday Gala is set for December 6. To hear more about upcoming events email email@example.com to be added to a mailing list. You may also “Like” the chamber on facebook at facebook.com/brch.
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