A new tavern with an Ole Town vibe

If you’ve ever wondered why #localhistorymatters – here’s your sign We are beyond honored to have partnered with Tony Butcher to help bring his Ole Town Tavern bar to life with #vintage photos from our archives! Next time you’re visiting, be sure to check out...
Stuckert Says Goodbye as Trustee

Stuckert Says Goodbye as Trustee

The Clinton County Historical Society’s Board of Trustees recently thanked Taylor Stuckert for his time and service to their organization during their monthly board meeting on April 12. For approximately six years, Taylor served the organization as a Historical...
Teachers, and railroads, plus liars of 1872

Teachers, and railroads, plus liars of 1872

From the pages of the Wilmington Journal over 150 years ago on January 4, 1872: On the front page begins the list of names of persons and other entities being in arrears of taxes for the previous year. A schedule for the Cincinnati & Muskingum Valley Railway noted...
Our Annual Meeting, Reviewing 2021

Our Annual Meeting, Reviewing 2021

The Clinton County Historical Society hosted their annual meeting on March 8, 2022 at 5pm. The annual meeting is a time to reflect upon the accomplishments, financials, and events of the previous year. Approximately 25 Society members were in attendance and the agenda...
Black History Month 2022 Essay Winners

Black History Month 2022 Essay Winners

Aisley Czaika, Blanchester Middle School: My Inspiration I have always been one to make friends with all races; black, white, mixed, etc. Not everyone would agree with me on this though. Some people still think it’s wrong to be friends with someone that’s...