The Highland County Family YMCA recently received a donation of $1,000 from US Bank in Hillsboro. The Highland County Family YMCA is a non-profit charity whose mission is to put Christian principles into practice through programs that build healthy...
Betty D. Fox took the oath of office to become the newest member of Lynchburg Village Council. Fox was sworn in Aug. 21 by Mayor Gary T. Jones. Fox replaces Debbie Greenwood, who recently resigned from council. Fox has lived in Lynchburg nearly all of...
As more than 75 million Americans will reach age 65 in the next two decades, the need for in-home senior care continues to soar. With the dismal housing market making it even more difficult to sell and get a good return on investment, more seniors are...
A pair of Highland County youngsters and a helper lead their goats to the weigh in area Saturday afternoon.Destiny Trefz of Greenfield washes a hog at the fair.
The 2014 edition of the Highland County Fair got off to a strong start over the Labor Day weekend, with large crowds turning out for the various shows and exhibits.
A Lynchburg-Clay student died Saturday in an accident at her home on Whitley Road in Salem Township.
Updated from 1:28 p.m. Saturday post.
Second update from original 1:48 p.m. Saturday post.Brake failure led to a wreck on SR 73 near Fenner Avenue in Hillsboro on Saturday.
For Ohio corn growers, their future rides on two numbers – the price of corn per bushel, and how many bushels they sell. That may seem like Agribusiness 101, but in 2014, those numbers are worrying corn growers as never before.
A man currently incarcerated on felony drug charges appeared in Hillsboro Municipal Court on a probation violation Friday.
A Hillsboro woman facing charges of identity fraud, credit misuse, and theft entered into a plea agreement in Hillsboro Municipal Court on Friday.
A Greenfield woman entered into a plea agreement in Hillsboro Municipal Court on Friday concerning a charge for unauthorized use of a vehicle.Tabitha A. Throckmorton, 19, pled guilty to the first-degree misdemeanor.
The 2014 edition of the Highland County Fair gets under way Saturday.The annual event runs Aug. 30 to Sept. 6 this year.
The Hillsboro Elks lodge donated 26 care bags containing items for daily living to the Highland County Veteran's Service Office. Pictured is lodge past exulted ruler Dan Pearce and Veterans Service workers Barb Suttle, Steph Roland and Becky...
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A new uptown park in Hillsboro adjacent to the county courthouse is a project mayor Drew Hastings is continuing to pursue, and his most recent step toward the realization of that plan is the establishment of a committee that will assist in formulating...
Four local businesses have stepped up for the fifth consecutive year to help the Highland County Extension Support Committee kick off its annual effort to raise $50,000 to help the local Extension office continue its programming.
The last of three defendants facing production of methamphetamine charges appeared in Hillsboro Municipal Court this week for a preliminary hearing.
A Cincinnati man facing a felony charge for unauthorized use of a vehicle entered into a plea agreement concerning a different felony charge in Hillsboro Municipal Court on Thursday.
A pair of Highland County residents are among 14 people that were indicted during the August session of a Clinton County grand jury.
The Highland County Board of Realtors held its annual luncheon and auction Thursday to raise money for the Realtors Political Action Committee (RPAC), with bidders winning items donated by local businesses.
Members of the Hillsboro FFA chapter were part of more than 100 Ohio Farm Bureau Youth, FFA members and advisers attending the Ohio Leadership Camp held in Carrolton at FFA Camp Muskingum.
The Highland County Canine Commanders 4-H Club earned several awards at the 2014 Ohio State Fair Dog Show. Competing were Julia Jenkins, Meredith Oglesby, Robert Lanning and Kyah Chaney. Jenkins placed 10th in Jr. Showmanship A and fifth in Rally...
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Highland County Dog Warden, Cathy Siefer, and deputy dog warden, Gwendolynn Guthrie, were sworn in by commissioner Tom Horst on Wednesday during the Highland County Board of Commissioners weekly meeting. Though Siefer has served as dog warden for more...
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