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‘Killing fields’ survivors to relay stories

September 12, 2012 Heidelberg University is to welcome back former staff members Sreng Kim Shhay and her mother, Hoeur Kim, for a series of special programs next week about the “killing fields” of Cambodia in the 1970s. more »»

Lakota schools report ‘great opening’

September 12, 2012 KANSAS — Superintendent David M. Danhoff reported the beginning of school was a “great opening. more »»

Leadership director resigns

September 12, 2012 Chris Harben, coordinator of Leadership Seneca County, resigned from the organization Tuesday. more »»

OF board looks at cutting costs

September 11, 2012 OLD?FORT — New Treasurer Jaime Pearson hasn't taken long to look into possible savings for Old Fort School District. more »»

Carey school enrollment remains steady

September 11, 2012 CAREY — Carey School Superintendent Mark Vehre Monday told board members total enrollment as of Aug. 22 was 856 students — 435 in elementary and 421 in junior high and high school. more »»

iPod, yourPod

September 5, 2012 For regions burdened by hardship and poverty, the organizers of Tune it Forward hope to unwrap the gift of music and bring joy to children and teenagers in need. more »»

Fostoria, we have takeoff

September 1, 2012 Aug. 4, the Challenger II aircraft named ArchAngel took off from Fostoria Municipal Airport, giving flight to three years of work, struggle and dedication. In a news release from St. more »»

Medal-winning efforts

August 15, 2012 Bonnie Tiell, associate professor of management and associate dean of gradate studies at Tiffin University, spoke Tuesday morning at the Chamber of Commerce 28th annual Administrators and Educators... more »»

Area musicians play at state fair

August 8, 2012 COLUMBUS — Several local youths offered their musical talents as members of All-Ohio State Fair Band and All-Ohio State Fair Youth Choir. more »»

H-L board OKs contracts

August 2, 2012 BASCOM — The Hopewell-Loudon Board of Education met in special session Wednesday to approve contracts for certified, classified and administrative personne. more »»

Mohawk OKs new Spanish teacher

August 1, 2012 SYCAMORE — Mohawk local school board got the “real deal” when they approved the hiring of Colombia, South America, native Julio Rendon as a Spanish teacher for the upcoming yea. more »»

Carey schools to repair wind-damaged roof

July 31, 2012 CAREY — Carey School soon will have a new auditorium roof in place. Board members met in a special meeting Monday and approved repairs for the storm-damaged roof. more »»

Seneca East board hires sports personnel

July 31, 2012 ATTICA — Seneca East Board of Education met early Monday morning, and after an executive session approved two supplemental personnel contracts. more »»

Briefs

July 31, 2012 MHRS board calls meeting The Mental Health and Recovery Services Board is to have an emergency meeting at 4:30 p.m. more »»

Apply for help with school supplies

July 30, 2012 Applications are to be accepted this evening for the First Call For Help and Tiffin YMCA school supplies program for Tiffin City School students in grades K-8 during the 2012-13 school yea. more »»

A work in progress

July 18, 2012 BASCOM — Hopewell-Loudon Local School District’s new building project on CR 7 continues to progress. Voters approved a ballot issue to build a new school in May 2010 after rejecting issues in 2009. more »»

Old Fort names grades 7-12 chief

July 5, 2012 Old Fort schools superintendent Jude Meyers introduced new grades 7-12 principal/administrator Shane Jacoby at their school board meeting Monday night. more »»

Bettsville weekend festivities finalized

July 5, 2012 Bettsville is prepared for an Independence Day celebration Friday, Saturday and Sunday at Howard P. Eells Park. Campers may enter the park at 5 p.m. Friday. more »»

School consolidation transition under way

June 27, 2012 Tiffin City Schools is on the move. Next school year, the district is to use three elementary buildings. Washington is to house kindergarten and first grade, Krout grades 2-3 and Noble grades 4-5. more »»

CampMed offers hands-on lessons

June 27, 2012 TOLEDO — Nearly 40 high school freshmen got to learn about stitching, communicating with patients and attending medical school during the 14th annual CampMed program at University of Toledo. more »»

 
 

 

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