Local Briefs: Coffee with a WPD Cop Oct. 3

Coffee with a cop

Wilmington Police and McDonald’s are hosting Coffee with a Cop.

On Wednesday, Oct. 3 from 8-10 a.m. officers will be at the McDonald’s on Rombach Avenue for coffee and conversation.

“We are pleased to be part of a great event and are thankful that Ison Family Restaurants has partnered with us to host this cause,” said WPD Chief Duane Weyand. “We look forward to seeing you there!”

Are you at risk for diabetes?

One in three adults are at risk for prediabetes.

The Clinton County Diabetes & Community Wellness Program will offer free diabetes screening during the scheduled Clinton County Health District’s immunization clinic Thursday, Sept. 27 at the Clinton County Health Department.

Diabetes screening includes a blood pressure check, weight, risk assessment and free A1c blood test. You do not need to fast for the A1c test.

Screening will be available from 4:30-6 p.m. Walk-in; no appointment is needed.

While you are there consider getting your flu shot or pneumonia vaccine. The immunization clinic will be open 4:30-6:45 p.m. Please bring photo ID, any insurance card and previous shot record.

Regular immunization clinics are Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday 8-9 a.m.; and Wednesday 1-3 p.m.

An evening shot clinic is available 4:30-6:45 p.m. the second and fourth Thursday of each month

A complete list of available vaccinations is at the Clinton County Health District’s website: co.clinton.oh.us/healthservices/healthdepartment .

Locals earn CSCC honors

Local students were named to the summer semester dean’s list at Columbus State Community College for a GPA of 3.5 or above: Kristina Ziegelmeyer, Blanchester; Jae Ferrence, Wilmington; Robbin Conner, Midland; and Charles Johnson, Leesburg.


The East Clinton FFA Chapter recently had a great time in Madison County at the annual Farm Science Review.

There were many agricultural brands and businesses present and the chapter was able to learn about what kind of equipment is used when farming, about different seed companies, where milk comes from, the wildlife in the general area, and more.

As stated by one student, “The opportunity to be able to experience all of the booths as well as the colleges present who are agriculturally active was really great for me, and it broadened my views on agriculture.”

Thank you for all those who attended and to East Clinton for allowing the chapter to attend the event.