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CEO: HDH is at capacity

Highland District Hospital in Hillsboro has reached patient capacity, HDH President and CEO Randal Lennartz said in a news release Monday. “For over a year our hospital and employees have been vigilantly caring for those in our community. In the last two months we have seen a significant increase in the number of patients needing critical care and have also seen an increase in patients needing inpatient care due to COVID-19,” Lennartz said in the news release. “After expanding our resources to their fullest potential, we have reached a point where our capabilities are maximized. We have increased our staffing to historic highs, we have prepared additional areas within our hospital to house patients needing emergent and inpatient care, and we have stopped all elective surgeries, temporarily.
HIGHLAND COUNTY, OH
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Police identify victim in fatal Bethel Township crash

BETHEL TOWNSHIP, Ohio (WDTN) –The Miami County Sherriff’s Office has named 47-year-old Rhonda L. Friend as the victim of a fatal crash on Friday. On Friday, September 17, police responded to a fatal two-vehicle crash on U.S Route 40 near Solar Drive at 5:48 p.m., the office said. Dave Duchak,...
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DAR plants Liberty Park flowers

Members of the Waw-wil-a-way Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution held their September meeting at Harmony Lake at Liberty Park in Hillsboro. The club is preparing for Constitution Week in the libraries and schools, with citizenship essays coming up. After the meeting, members planted two butterfly bushes in the flower garden as part of their conservation program. Members are asked to bring a non-perishable food for the food bank to the Oct. 9 meeting. The 125th anniversary booklets will also be distributed. Pictured planting the flowers (l-r) are Elissa Zornes, LuAnn Cahall, Lois McLaughlin and Pat Young.
HILLSBORO, OH
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Burke’s Outlet celebrates its grand opening

Burke’s Outlet celebrated its grand opening Thursday with a ribbon-cutting with the Highland County Chamber of Commerce, along with employees, friends and members of the community. Located at 1100 N. High St. in Hillsboro, the store offers name brand apparel and accessories for the entire family. In addition, the store carries shoes, home furnishings, gifts and toys. Burke’s Outlet is open seven days a week. Check its website at burkesoutlet.com or call 937-840-4001 for exact hours each day.
HILLSBORO, OH
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NKY's newest farm-to-table restaurant is a former bootlegging bar

CINCINNATI (Cincinnati Business Courier) - A historic Newport bar that was founded as a garage that allegedly had ties to bootlegging during Prohibition just debuted food service with farm-to-table cuisine. Jerry's Jug House at 414 E. Seventh St. in Newport began serving its new food menu with cuisine sourced from...
CINCINNATI, OH
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Dog versatility winner

Emmy Hawkins won the dog versatility category during the dog show at the 2021 Highland County Fair. She is a member of the Mowrystown FFA Chapter.
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Tara Sinkle’s Reserve Grand Champion Market Dairy Goat was purchased for $3 per pound Friday at the 2021 Highland County Fair. It was purchased by Rock Cliff Acres and Service Master. https://www.timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/33/2021/09/web1_Reserve-Dairy-Goat.jpg. Tara Sinkle’s Reserve Grand Champion Market Dairy Goat was purchased for $3 per pound Friday at the 2021...
HIGHLAND COUNTY, OH
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Sophie Young’s Reserve Grand Champion Market Boer Goat was exhibited sold for $5 per pound Friday at the Highland County Fair. It was purchased by Rock Cliff Acres, Service Master and VFW Post 9094.
HIGHLAND COUNTY, OH
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Dog Pound Pet of the Week

Foxy, a sweet, hazel-eyed redhead who looks like a pit bull but is actually a cuddle bug, is the Highland County Dog Pound Pet of the Week. Foxy is a loving lap dog who gives kisses, likes people and performs amazing zoomies for entertainment. Surrendered by her owner and already spayed, she is 2-3 years old and should weigh more than her current 43 pounds. Foxy was very anxious around other dogs when she came to the pound and although she has relaxed some, for now, she would be more comfortable in a one dog household. To meet Foxy, make an appointment with the pound by calling 937-393-8191.
HIGHLAND COUNTY, OH
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The signs of fall

As we had said goodbye to August and are in the middle of September, the signs of fall are rapidly approaching. A few brown leaves are falling into my yard. My Black Eyed Susan’s are dying down quickly. No matter how much I deadheaded they are ready to go. I am waiting for the monarch to lay eggs on my milkweed in my new butterfly garden. I hope next year is better for the Monarchs at my house.
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