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Clinton County eateries inspected

WILMINGTON — The following information is obtained from the Clinton County Health Department and is compiled from inspection reports.Violations are either critical or non-critical....

Local Briefs: Tolliver graduates from USMC basic

Tolliver USMC basic gradRandy J. Tolliver, 18, of Wilmington graduated from U.S. Marine Corps boot camp at Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island on...

State might seek $19M more back from closed charter e-school

COLUMBUS (AP) — The giant Ohio online charter school that abruptly closed mid-school-year lost another round of its multifaceted battle with the state over...

Billboards, ballot focus of Ohio anti-union efforts

COLUMBUS (AP) — A free-market think tank has launched a billboard campaign advocating what it’s calling “worker voting rights” amid renewed efforts at the...

Positive vibes

Wilmington High School Principal Stephanie N. Walker, left, recognizes student Riley Brown, right, who about two weeks ago asked her whether he could place...

County’s GOP holds Century Club event

The Clinton County Republican Party held its annual Century Club Dinner Monday evening at the Spillway Lodge featuring guest speaker Ohio Secretary of State...

Schools Foundation presents $21,500 check

The Wilmington Schools Foundation presents a $21,500 check for 22 Foundation grants at this week’s Wilmington City Schools (WCS) board meeting. This year, the...

‘Jesse Sings’ in Sabina: Fictional book set in Sabina, includes the nonfictional Eugene

SABINA — Victor Hess’s first novel about eight-year-old Jesse Hall’s adventures in Sabina in 1954 will dredge up familiar images to Sabina residents.Even though...

Quaker Heritage Center to highlight 19th-century abolitionist movement

WILMINGTON — Programming delving into the concurrent efforts to end slavery by abolitionists, Quakers and the African American resistance is on tap this spring...

WSB employees give to United Way

Employees of Wilmington Savings Bank were proud to present $2,500 employee contribution match to the United Way of Clinton County. From left are Jake...