Freshman Makenna White (20) scored the game-winning goal for No. 1 ranked Lawrenceburg girls soccer in their first home match on the new home turf at Meador Stadium Saturday, Aug. 22, 3-2 over Columbus North.

 

Lawrenceburg junior Holly Nutley (7) battles for possession near the end line with a Columbus North rival in the No. 1-ranked Lady Tigers' rallying 3-2 win in their first game on the new Field Turf at Dick Meador Stadium Saturday, Aug. 22.

 

Submitted photo: Riverboat Capt. Corky Bennett, Moores Hill, will be one of two captains to “drive” the historic World War II LST-325 from Pittsburgh to Cincinnati for a visual history lesson in mid-September. The seasoned tow-boat pilot has volunteered for the job the past four years. The 325 is the only LST in the world that operates on its on power. It was used to ship tanks and other large vehicles during World War II. Its homeport is in Jeffersonville, Ind.

When the historic World War II LST-325 is safely docked in Cincinnati for a visual history lesson in mid-September, you should salute Moores Hill resident Capt. Corky Bennett.

EC sophomore Abby Bittner finished first overall in a course record 21:11 in South Dearborn's four-way cross country meet Tuesday. (Fr. Jonathan Meyer photo)

MANCHESTER - East Central girls and boys cross country teams placed first and second, respectively, in a four-way meet at South Dearborn's new Manchester county farm course Tuesday.

Joe Awad/The Journal-Press: Lawrenceburg Municipal Utility Director Olin Clawson’s proposal to establish special sessions for utility customers to lodge complaints and concerns received approval from the city’s utility board Monday, Aug. 17.

If you are a Lawrenceburg Municipal Utilities customer think of it as your day in court. On Monday, Aug. 17, the city’s utility board passed a resolution establishing special sessions for utility customers when they have complaints and concerns.

In the past three years, South Dearborn schools have made some great leaps forward in technology, and there are no plans to slow down now. After the successful launch of a 1:1 initiative with seventh- and eighth-graders last year, the program has expanded to the fifth and sixth grades, said Brian Sturgeon, director of technology.

A Dodge Charger, driven by Amanda Kask, Cincinnati, went into a ditch on U.S. 50, Aurora, Sunday, Aug. 23. The ditch was on the side of the wesbound lane but the car ended up facing east, according to Aurora police.

Freshman Makenna White (20) scored the game-winning goal for No. 1 ranked Lawrenceburg girls soccer in their first home match on the new home turf at Meador Stadium Saturday, Aug. 22, 3-2 over Columbus North.
Submitted photo: Riverboat Capt. Corky Bennett, Moores Hill, will be one of two captains to “drive” the historic World War II LST-325 from Pittsburgh to Cincinnati for a visual history lesson in mid-September. The seasoned tow-boat pilot has volunteered for the job the past four years. The 325 is the only LST in the world that operates on its on power. It was used to ship tanks and other large vehicles during World War II. Its homeport is in Jeffersonville, Ind.
EC sophomore Abby Bittner finished first overall in a course record 21:11 in South Dearborn's four-way cross country meet Tuesday. (Fr. Jonathan Meyer photo)
Joe Awad/The Journal-Press: Lawrenceburg Municipal Utility Director Olin Clawson’s proposal to establish special sessions for utility customers to lodge complaints and concerns received approval from the city’s utility board Monday, Aug. 17.

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Submitted photo: Riverboat Capt. Corky Bennett, Moores Hill, will be one of two captains to “drive” the historic World War II LST-325 from Pittsburgh to Cincinnati for a visual history lesson in mid-September. The seasoned tow-boat pilot has volunteered for the job the past four years. The 325 is the only LST in the world that operates on its on power. It was used to ship tanks and other large vehicles during World War II. Its homeport is in Jeffersonville, Ind.

When the historic World War II LST-325 is safely docked in Cincinnati for a visual history lesson in mid-September, you should salute Moores Hill resident Capt. Corky Bennett.

Obituaries

Fred "Jack" Stayton, 73, Fairfield, Ohio, died Wednesday, Aug. 26, 2015. He is a U.S. Army veteran. Jackman Kercheval Meyers Funeral Home, Harrison,is in charge of arrangements.