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Indian Valley takes another step towards new facility

...and track teams currently compete at Kelley Field in Midvale, which will be maintained for middle school and youth teams. "It's nice to get this moving," said board member Francis Picchetti. "There have...

New Philadelphia Times Reporter
Published 1 day ago

Rossford administrator investigated for ‘inappropriate activity’

...paid-administrative leave pending an investigation into an allegation of inappropriate activity. Superintendent Dan Creps, in a statement on Tuesday, said that Patrick Murtha has been placed on leave. Login...

Bowling Green Sentinel Tribune
Published 1 day ago

Deadline for naming county bicentennial beer passes

...reviewing the list of entries and helping us narrow the field.” Russell, who graduated from Sidney High School in 1972, founded Russell-Mark Group in 1996. Russell-Mark Group creates both company and products...

Sidney Daily News
Published 1 day ago
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Knepper tapped for national event

...Belinda M. Paschal PIQUA — Well-known locally for promoting the arts in the Piqua community and schools, Jordan Knepper will be heading to the Twin Cities in June to address other arts and community leaders...

Sidney Daily News
Published 1 day ago
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Terri Thobaben: If there’s a need, she’ll find a way to help

...Classic, as well as other fundraising and service projects. Kiwanis also sponsors Key Clubs for high school students and Aktion Club for special needs adults. She served as president of the Clinton County...

Wilmington News Journal OH
Published 1 day ago

Male Athlete of the Week: Jeff Talbert of Alliance

...gotten better as a team since the season began," said Talbert, the son of Alliance City Schools Superintendent Jeff Talbert. "We've been able to bounce back since a bad start, and we need to keep improving."

Alliance Review
Published 1 day ago

Seeking To Bounce Back From Nassar Fallout, USA Gymnastics Names New President

...organization said in a statement. While a student at the University of Michigan, she competed for the school's gymnastics team, later working for their athletics department. Her first day on her new job is...

WKSU 89.7
Published 1 day ago

Butler County school considers big change to four-day class schedule: Social media reacts

...social media buzz is still humming around Butler Tech’s recent unveiling of its plan to allow high school students to spend one day a week out of the classroom, working in local companies. The new idea,...

Dayton Daily News
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Portsmouth student wins State Fire Prevention contest

...Officer along with Michael Sines the Fire Prevention Officer for the City of Portsmouth were at the school last Wednesday to present Bowling with her award. “Basically what we liked about her poster was,...

Portsmouth Daily Times
Published 1 day ago

Summit County area calendar of events

...March 7 - Registration Roundup for preschool and kindergarten registration for Springfield Local Schools will be held from 4 to 7:30 p.m. at Spring Hill Elementary School. Representatives will be available...

Akron Suburbanite
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Roni Burkes-Trowsdell Goes Beyond Bars

...2015 evaluation of Ohio's prison programs by the University of Cincinnati's Corrections Institute School of Criminal Justice found substantial reductions in recidivism and prison misconduct among female...

Columbus Monthly
Published 1 day ago

Mom Report: TCT Disney’s The Jungle Book KIDS

...ages, and even sensory-friendly productions, too! Our mom reporters checked out both. As a former special education teacher from Michigan, I love seeing companies add sensory-friendly opportunities to their...

Cincinnati Family Magazine
Published 1 day ago
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WT hears resignations and starts five year plan

...closely with the administration to finalize plans for any staffing changes needed for the 2019-2020 school year. “We will examine projected enrollments at each grade level,” he said, “and look to make staffing...

Paulding County Progress
Published 1 day ago

New report highlights continued struggle of Ohio's online charter schools

...Tuesday Feb 19, 2019 at 2:48 PM Feb 19, 2019 at 3:02 PM Overall academic performance at Ohio charter schools is a mixed bag, a new analysis released Tuesday found, but one fact is clear: Students at online...

Columbus Dispatch
Published 1 day ago

Now Hear This: Liriodendron Mansion Wedding Gets National Nod

...students who are deaf and hard of hearing. Alianiello reportedly works at Villa Cresta Elementary School in Parkville. In addition to being able to hear the music at his February wedding at the Liriodendron...

Avon, OH Patch.com
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Ashley Hubbard, North Adams High School

...better these outstanding young people who participate both in athletics and academics in their high school. NAME: Ashley Hubbard SCHOOL: North Adams High School PARENTS: Paul and Melissa Hubbard SPORTS...

Peoples Defender
Published 2 days ago
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Manchester’s Jones signs to continue football career at Geneva College

...own will be spending time on the gridiron in Beaver Falls. In a ceremony held at Manchester High School on Feb. 5, Greyhounds’ senior Wes Jones inked his letter of intent to continue his football career...

Peoples Defender
Published 2 days ago
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Avon Lake Student Earns Perfect ACT Score

AVON LAKE, OH — Ryan Keller became the second Avon Lake High School student to earn a perfect 36 on the ACT this school year. He joins Irwin Deng in the exclusive club. Earning a perfect 36 on the ACT is...

Avon Lake Patch.com
Published 2 days ago
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West Virginia teachers are back on strike after sparking protests nationwide

...raise or better health insurance. They're fighting an education bill that would introduce charter schools to the state and allow some public money to go to private school tuition. "This is not about a pay...

Cleveland WEWS-TV
Published 2 days ago

Students push to lower minimum voting age in Oregon to 16

...limited to our present and not our future?" said Christine Bynum, a student activist at La Salle High School. The bill's authors say they want 16 and 17 year olds to be able to vote in all elections, including...

WXIX-TV FOX 19 Cincinnati
Published 2 days ago
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