Clinton Memorial Hospital announced that Laura Saunders, RN, cardiac diagnostics, has been honored with the prestigious ScionHealth Monarch Award for her outstanding dedication, exceptional patient care, and unwavering commitment to the community.
CLINTON COUNTY — The Clinton County Residential Electric Aggregation Program will expire this December. The Clinton County Board of Commissioners, along with Palmer Energy, are looking to obtain the “best rate possible” for county residents as the expiration date draws near, according to a release.
SABINA — The East Clinton Local School District Board of Education convened on Tuesday evening and discussed a range of topics and updates pertinent to the district.
This list of recent real estate transactions within Clinton County is provided by the Office of Clinton County Auditor Terence G. Habermehl and transcribed by News Journal staff.
WILMINGTON — Watson Library on Wilmington College’s campus was completed in late 1941, about the time the United States militarily entered World War II. The iconic 82-year-old facility that served students well for generations is undergoing a major renovation.
Ohio redistricting panel adopts GOP-drawn Statehouse maps for public discussion, as Democrats object
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — The Ohio Redistricting Commission tentatively adopted a new set of Republican-drawn Statehouse maps over Democrats’ objections Wednesday, a plan that again would deliver large legislative majorities to the GOP.
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — A wildly divided Ohio Supreme Court ruled late Tuesday that only one element of the disputed ballot language for describing a closely watched fall abortion rights question is misleading and must be rewritten.
Today is Thursday, Sept. 21, the 264th day of 2023. There are 101 days left in the year.
WILMINGTON — A Wilmington man at the center of a reported real estate scam was arrested on a warrant for allegedly failing to appear in court.
WILMINGTON — In an effort to raise awareness about the critical issue of domestic violence, the Clinton County Commissioners presented a proclamation during Wednesday morning’s meeting. Alternatives to Violence Center Executive Director Dara Gullette, accompanied by Clinton County advocates Kimberly Lute and Amber Schiller, were on hand for the proclamation.