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CCSWMD to hold 18th-annual ‘Get Caught Recycling’ campaign

Is that pumpkin spice I smell? Yes, it is! That means October is almost here, and with it comes the annual “Get Caught Recycling” campaign.

Clinton Co. CASA joins hundreds of child welfare advocates at conference

COLUMBUS — Volunteers and staff from Clinton County Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) joined hundreds of child welfare advocates from across Ohio for the 28th-annual Celebrate Kids! Conference.

ODNR urges caution during Ohio’s fall wildfire season

COLUMBUS – The Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR) Division of Forestry is urging Ohioans to learn about the state’s outdoor burning regulations and take precautions if they plan to burn debris this fall.

Leadership Clinton learns about past, present and future

Last Thursday, Leadership Clinton toured several important county and historical locations.

Riehle turns 100 today

The family of Edward Riehle, who turns 100 today, wishes him a “Happy Birthday.”

Wilmington Auto Center set to hold 5K Pet Walk to benefit PAWS Humane Society

This Saturday at 10:30 a.m., the team at Wilmington Auto Center Chrysler Dodge Jeep RAM invites the community to participate in a 5K pet walk to benefit the PAWS Humane Society, Inc. — a local shelter in Clinton County.

Today in History

Today is Wednesday, Sept. 27, the 270th day of 2022. There are 95 days left in the year.

Congress says it wants to avoid a shutdown. But the House and Senate are...

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Congress is starkly divided over very different paths to preventing a federal shutdown — the Senate charging ahead with a bipartisan package to temporarily fund the government but the House slogging through a longshot effort with no real chance of finishing by Saturday’s deadline.

C-M Class of 1968 holds 55th reunion

On August 26, Clinton-Massie Class of 1968 held its 55th Class Reunion at Aging Up Senior Center on Nelson Ave in Wilmington. The blessing was given by Nick Corwin. They had a great meal provided by Brian Garber at the center. After they ate, they all reminisced about where they have come in 55 years, and also acknowledged the one’s that have passed away.

WC students recognized as leaders

From left, Mykel O’Doll, Matilda Rovan, Tripp Stonerock, and Eldon Shank were recognized as PAX Leaders at Monday’s Wilmington City School Board meeting at Holmes Elementary School. Students who were recognized, but not present were Nyia Noble, Bentley Knauff, Corie Jones, Brailee Stewart, Bradyn Wright, and Charlie Edwards.