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Case dismissed against Clyde-GS superintendent

June 27, 2015 CLYDE – Following testimony Thursday, Sandusky County Court District 1 ordered the dismissal of the case against the Clyde-Green Springs Exempted Village School District superintendent. more »»

After 33 years at Heidelberg, Dickerson signs off

June 24, 2015 For 33 years, Gary Dickerson has been teaching at Heidelberg University in the field of radio, television and communications. Dickerson now plans on retiring to pursue the things he has put off. more »»

Close-out done in record time; principal hired

June 23, 2015 BASCOM — Construction of Hopewell-Loudon School officially has been completed, and in record time. more »»

Terra breaks ground for access road, roundabout

June 23, 2015 FREMONT — Ground was broken Monday for Terra State Community College’s new entrance off SR 53. “This project supports students and the community we serve,” President Jerome Webster sai. more »»

A new fuzzy friend

June 17, 2015 FOSTORIA — School may be out for the summer, but come fall, St. Wendelin Catholic School is to welcome a new face: a 2-year-old Labrador retriever named Jewel. more »»

SCAT, ’Berg MBA students working together on flex route

June 10, 2015 Through a partnership with a volunteer group from Heidelberg University’s MBA program, Seneca County Agency Transportation may be able to expand services to the communit. more »»

Attention: Marching band raising funds for uniforms

June 3, 2015 After about 15 years, the Tiffin Columbian Marching Band uniforms are in need of replacement. Jody Strong, fundraising chairwoman, has begun a new uniform campaign that is looking to raise $85,000. more »»

Resident: ‘Frustrated, angry’ with board

May 27, 2015 One community member expressed her “embarrassment, frustration and anger” with the district during the Tiffin City Board of Education meeting Tuesday. more »»

Board OKS LED lights for parking lot

May 27, 2015 BASCOM — To reduce costs, the Hopewell-Loudon Board of Education approved changing the parking lot lights to LED bulbs Tuesday afternoon. more »»

Program to let students gain global perspectives in classroom, overseas

May 27, 2015 CLYDE – Beginning in the fall, Clyde High School is to introduce a program which is to take place in and out of the classroom. more »»

Calvert superintendent quits

May 23, 2015 After two years on the job, Calvert Catholic Schools Superintendent and Principal Gerald Schoen will not return next school year. more »»

In memory

May 23, 2015 SYCAMORE — The Mohawk Local Schools Class of 2015 remembered a missing classmate during its graduation ceremony Friday. Richelle Dible, who would have graduated with the class, died No. more »»

Show of support

May 23, 2015 Students, faculty and staff of Buckeye Central Local Schools escort high school principal Jay Zeiter down the drive to honor his service to the school. more »»

Students help younger ones learn to read at New Riegel

May 20, 2015 NEW RIEGEL — Students young and old have seen the beneficial techniques of the reading intervention program Project MORE. more »»

Fostoria students have new summer learning options

May 19, 2015 FOSTORIA – The Fostoria City Schools Board of Education heard about summer programs for continued learning and approved the five-year budget forecast in a meeting Monday night. more »»

Class is in session

May 19, 2015 Columbian High School senior Kylee Ledwedge (left), as prosecutor, questions witness sophomore Tyler Wade (right) as Seneca County Common Pleas Court Judge Steve Shuff presides over the high school’... more »»

Dream comes true

May 16, 2015 The dream of one Columbian High School senior was realized Friday, when he received a certificate of acceptance into the U.S. Naval Academy. Nathaniel Gilmer applied and was appointed by U.S. Rep. more »»

Rural development official to address Terra graduates

May 6, 2015 FREMONT – A federal official who provides leadership for three agencies that assist in improving the economic well-being of rural Americans is to serve as the keynote speaker for the 46th... more »»

Indiana raises questions about rights, obligations of entrepreneurs

May 6, 2015 The recent controversy surrounding the passing of Indiana’s Religious Freedom Act has raised questions about the right of business owners to practice their religion and how this right might conflict... more »»

Honoring veterans

April 30, 2015 Calvert Catholic Schools seniors Rachel Groves and Nicole Fretz presented their senior service project, a Veterans Hall of Fame for Calvert attendees and graduates, during a ceremony Wednesday... more »»



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