Taking advantage of drug addicted women and forcing them to commit sex acts. That is what the Brown County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office is accusing Georgetown resident Thomas Sawyers of doing for the past six years. “What is alleged in this indictment is that on a number of occasions in the past six years, Mr. Sawyers […]
After two employees lost their jobs at the Eastern Local School District in what some are considering “unjustified terminations” and the resignation of one board of education member, an advocacy group and some concerned citizens are demanding changes in the way the school district’s board of education and administration handle employee issues such as terminations, […]
By Martha B. Jacob – Young people across the county enjoyed a day of fun June 13 at a new “Touch-a-Truck” event sponsored by the Mt. Orab Library. It was held in the parking lot of Western Brown High School. “This was a ‘hands-on’ opportunity for children and adults to explore, climb and touch trucks […]
By Martha B. Jacob – Members of the Fayetteville Village Council met in regular session June 14 at 7 p.m. First on the agenda, Mayor Randy Carson talked briefly about the June 16-17 Firemen’s Festival, and wished Fire Chief Mark Rossolot the best of luck and hoped the weather cooperated with the annual event.
By Martha B. Jacob – The June 15 meeting of the Brown County Chamber of Commerce met in regular session at the Brown County Board of Developmental Disabilities at the fairgrounds. President of the chamber Darrin Schneider was unable to attend so the meeting was led by Jennifer Patrick, marketing and public relations officer with […]
By Martha B. Jacob – Georgetown is preparing for a big show Thursday night featuring the band “Forever Diamond” beginning at 7 p.m. in front of the courthouse and the turnout is expected to be huge, according to Carol Myers, coordinator of the concerts in Georgetown. “The Courthouse on the Square Association, Inc. is especially […]