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Bradshaw new SOESC superintendent

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The Southern Ohio Educational Service Center Governing Board has selected Curt Bradshaw as its 16th superintendent, effective Aug. 1, 2024.

Dettwiller Wilmington interim superintendent

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The Wilmington City Schools Board of Education has selected former Fairfield Superintendent Tim Dettwiller as the district’s interim superintendent for the 2024-25 school year, effective Aug. 1, 2024.

HILLSBORO P.D. REPORTS

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The Hillsboro Police Department has released the following information”

Midland man killed in motorcycle crash

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A Midland man was killed in a motorcyle accident Saturday in Clinton County.

Golf Scramble set for memorial fund

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The second annual Kolton Hamilton Memorial golf scramble is set for July 26 & 27 at the Hillsboro Elks. If you would like to sign up to participate or donate auction items, please email [email protected] or find Kolton Hamilton Memorial Fund on Facebook.

Safety First This Fourth

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This Fourth of July, the Ohio Department of Commerce’s Division of State Fire Marshal (SFM) urges Ohioans to put safety first. Since 2022, unless prohibited by local laws, Ohioans have been able to legally discharge 1.4G consumer fireworks in Ohio on certain days throughout the year when the use follows the Ohio Fire Code’s discharge rules.

Heat wave predicted to last through weekend

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The heat wave experienced by much of the country this year is predicted to continue in Highland County through the weekend.

Commissioners proclaim June Responsible Fatherhood Month

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The Highland County Board of Commissioners proclaimed June to be Responsible Fatherhood Month.

Ham Radio Field Day coming to Hillsboro

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When in 1844 David Scott moved into his newly constructed home on West Main Street home in Hillsboro, there was no such word as “radio.” In fact, news and messages were then distributed by the relatively new invention of the telegraph. Highland County was not served by telegraph service until the coming of the railroads several years later. And even then, news often did not arrive in the county until days after something happened.