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MINSTER — Dozens of residents gathered at the village municipal building Friday night to embark on a trip down Hanover Street for the Minster Civic Association's annual Minster Historical Walk.

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MONROE, Ohio — Moeller Brew Barn has announced plans to expand and add an additional taproom and brewery in Monroe, Ohio. This marks Moeller’s first Cincinnati-area location after adding Troy and Dayton in recent years to their original home base in Maria Stein.

Dale Dues was a stand-up guy who made sacrifices to serve his community. The retired fire department chief and Minster-area businessman was remembered by his friends, family and co-workers recently, following the funeral service that honored his life.

NEW KNOXVILLE — As is yearly tradition, the three towns that make up the Golden Triangle were represented by their mayors at the annual State of the Villages breakfast held at the First Church of New Knoxville Thursday morning.

MINSTER — The St. Augustine Catholic Church will be holding the Via Dolorosa once again this year on April 15, where people will be taken on a walking account of the Stations of the Cross.

MINSTER — Village Administrator Don Harrod reported Tuesday that the village is working with CDM Smith to rectify the village’s total dissolved solids issue at the water treatment plant.

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MINSTER — On Jan. 22, the Minster Civic Association held their annual Citizen of the Year Dance at the Knights of Columbus Hall. At the dance, Sara Corona, the outgoing Civic Association president, gave a speech outlining the association’s accomplishments over the prior year and announced th…

MINSTER — In their first full meeting since December, Minster village councilors granted the Minster Historical Society permission to hold its fourth annual food truck rally in the village.


MINSTER — H.A. Dorsten, a commercial construction company in Minster, announced the retirement of General Superintendent Gary Niekamp after 46 years of service.


MINSTER — Tuesday’s council meeting was cut short due to a lack of a quorum as three council members were absent because of sickness, but those in attendance were able to take in a presentation from two veterans about upgrades to a veteran’s memorial in the village.