Clark State Community College President Karen Rafinski, has announced her retirement. She will end her 16-year tenure with the college next June.
During Rafinski's time as president, Clark State’s enrollment has grown to nearly 9,000 students from the 4,000 mark it was at when she took over in 1997.
The college's board of directors says Rafinski helped the school raise more than $100 million through the Clark State Foundation. Officials say the Foundation ranks first among all Ohio community colleges in its endowment funds per student.
Several new beer-makers are setting up shop in the Miami Valley thanks to a state law that makes it easier to start micro-breweries and distilleries. For Shane and Jacqui Creepingbear in Yellow Springs, a love for beer and a passion for science and art come together to bring you the Vitruvian Brew Company.
SPRINGFIELD - Clark County Democrats have found a candidate for the 79th Ohio House District race. Finding a replacement took some time for the Democrats, who where looking to replace David Ferrell who withdrew from the race in July due to personal reasons.
The Clark County Democratic Committee has picked 40-year-old David Herier, a Springfield attorney, to challenge the Republican incumbent Ross McGregor in the November election for the 79th Ohio House seat.