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Abercrombie Kids Store Showcases Student Art

...abercrombie kids store at Easton. All were winners of a contest organized by the nonprofit National School Art Collective and sponsored by Abercrombie & Fitch that recognizes “exemplary student achievement...

Columbus Parent
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Dayton school launches balloons to remember 6-year-old murder victim

...Posted: Feb 19, 2019 05:16 PM EST Updated: Feb 19, 2019 05:16 PM EST DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) - A Dayton school is remembering one of its first grade students who died tragically three weeks ago. Six-year-old...

WDTN NBC Channel 2
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Beavercreek Schools cut teachers, add sports fees in cost-saving measures

...2019 05:33 PM EST Updated: Feb 19, 2019 05:42 PM EST BEAVERCREEK, Ohio (WDTN) - Beavercreek City Schools says it had to make some tough decisions after their operating levy failed. Teacher cuts and pay...

WDTN NBC Channel 2
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Charles H. Dater Foundation supports ArtWorks youth apprentices Charles H. Dater Foundation supports ArtWorks youth apprentices

...multiracial and 1 percent from other ethnicities. ArtWorks youth apprentices represented 35 high schools and 12 colleges or universities. The Dater Foundation aims to enrich young lives, and its mission...

Cincinnati Enquirer
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Sight-impaired wrestlers don’t let anything get in their way of success

Alabama School for the Blind gives opportunity for all its students to become athletes The Alabama School for the Blind is training championship wrestlers. The school encourages its students to participate...

wlwt.com
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Later start times for Cincinnati Public Schools? There's a lot to consider

...That's public, parochial and charter students: 15,758 of them are in high school. There are 10,976 elementary school students. The district also transports 3,481 charter school students and 2,842 non-public...

wlwt.com
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Newport Independent Schools beef up security with latest technology

...revamp the district’s entire security system. “Are you ever totally prepared? Maybe not,” said Superintendent Kelly Middleton. “But we’re trying to be as prepared as possible.” Besides securing all of its...

wcpo.com
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Alison's Dark Side Emerges in This Perfectionists Sneak Peek

...got a new job at Beacon Heights University, and she really wants to show that she's left her high school mean girl ways behind her...but can she? TV Guide has your exclusive first look at a new Perfectionists...

Columbus Dispatch
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Your Guide to All of the Netflix Originals of 2019

...sanctuary of another planet takes off. (Jan. 18) Soni: This original Indian film presents a police superintendent trying to curb violence against women in Delhi. (Jan. 18) Trigger Warning with Killer Mike Season...

Columbus Dispatch
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Reverend Monsignor Romano Ciotola

...upon him by his parents, Romano discerned a religious vocation and entered a preparatory boarding school in Trivento, Italy, for students interested in entering the priesthood. Then, at age 17, he entered...

Columbus Dispatch
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Gahanna's three mayoral candidates, tax issue certified for ballot

...the Gahanna Department of Public Service and Engineering. He is a former Gahanna-Jefferson Public Schools school board member and Gahanna City Council member. Renner, 52, is director of the Franklin County...

ThisWeek Community News - Canal Winchester The Times
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Meet the Jewish undocumented immigrant who’s the student president of the biggest college in the country

...children, like Boloña, to stay in the United States. DACA recipients can get drivers’ licenses, attend school and work. So Boloña was able not only to go to college, but rise to the top. He is now the student...

Cleveland Jewish News
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FDA warns against using young blood as medical treatment

...and confers immortality.) It was founded by , a graduate of Princeton University and the Stanford School of Medicine, and the company's website refers to plasma as a "medical treatment." "Young plasma treatments...

Cleveland WEWS-TV
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Black, natural hair gets new protections in New York City

...on their natural hair and natural hairstyles. Employers and public places like libraries, gyms, schools and nightclubs “cannot force Black people to change their natural hair as a requirement to be admitted...

WTTE Fox 28 Columbus
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USDA addresses opioid crisis in rural America

...supports infrastructure improvements; business development; housing; community facilities such as schools, public safety and health care; and high-speed internet access in rural areas. For more information,...

Washington Court House Record Herald
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Henry W. "Hank" Miller

...(Puiko/Proiko) Miklasiewicz on March 22, 1925, in Windsor, Ohio. He graduated in 1943 from Windsor High School and on the day of graduation received his draft notice for World War II. During the war he served...

Ashtabula Star Beacon
Published 1 day ago

From the Kentucky coal mines to the Chosin Reservoir Battle

...struggling family. Oakley had various jobs growing up, but at 17, after graduating early from high school, had reached an age of choice: to work in the mines that ultimately took his father’s life or to join...

Sidney Daily News
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ACMC Academy applications due March 22

...ealth.org/foundation/scholarships/ or request an application from their guidance counselor. Students should be aware that some schools have Professional or “no student” days on the day of the deadline. For more information about ACMC...

Ashtabula Star Beacon
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Robot club

Fort Loramie High School Robotics Club members, left to right, Anna Detrick, 14, daughter of Dustin Detrick, Jacob Sherman, 15, daughter of Jenny and Matt Sherman, Isaiah Scheer, 15, son of James and Kalee...

Sidney Daily News
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School board in Virginia may end transgender bathroom ban

...Associated Press NORFOLK, Va. (AP) — For nearly four years, Gavin Grimm has been suing his former school district after it banned him from using the boys bathrooms in high school. Along the way, he's became...

Bellefontaine Examiner
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