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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 »»

Board approves sprinkler system at Lincoln

April 29, 2015 The Tiffin City Board of Education voted to add a fire suppression system at Lincoln Elementary School Tuesday during regular session. more »»

Heidelberg’s incoming provost eyes collaboration

April 29, 2015 Heidelberg University has announced its new vice president for academic affairs and provost. Beth . more »»

Insurance exec to speak at TU commencement

April 29, 2015 Tiffin University is to award undergraduate and graduate students with degrees Saturday, and they are to be addressed by the president and CEO of Ohio Mutual Insurance Group. more »»

Seneca East voters asked to renew levy

April 28, 2015 ATTICA — Seneca East Local Schools is asking voters to renew a five-year, 1 percent income tax in May. Superintendent Laura Kagy said the tax is to generate $1. more »»

Seniors honor mentors

April 24, 2015 “Here we are to celebrate the trip thus far,” Larry Kisabeth, interim high school principal, said Thursday evening during Tiffin City School’s Excellence in Education Dinner. more »»

Calvert to recognize alums

April 22, 2015 Four people are to enter Calvert Catholic Schools’ Alumni 2015 Hall of Fame in May. One member being inducted is 1946 graduate Bernadine Stetzel. Stetzel grew up in Tiffin. more »»

NCOESC signs $2.8M deal

April 17, 2015 North Central Ohio Educational Service Center is to hire 40-50 workers after signing a $2.8 million contract with Summit Academy Management. more »»

Showing their skills

April 15, 2015 COLUMBUS — More than 50 Vanguard-Sentinel Career and Technology students competed Tuesday during the 2015 State SkillsUSA competition at the Greater Columbus Convention Center. more »»

Columbian sophomore raising funds for leadership program

April 15, 2015 A Tiffin Columbian sophomore is to have an opportunity to attend Georgetown University through the Junior Statesmen of America program this summer, and is asking for community help to get there. more »»

Successful ’Berg grad offers tips

April 9, 2015 Heidelberg University welcomed another executive to campus this week for the spring Executive in Residence program. more »»

Art festival to feature student works

April 8, 2015 Tiffin City Schools is to present the 2015 Art Festival at the end of April. Marcia Burlile, elementary art teacher, said there are to be more than 300 art pieces per grade level. more »»

Turning an idea into a business is complicated

April 8, 2015 Most people have had what they thought was a bright idea that could be converted into a successful business. Most of those people, however, have not gone ahead and created a business from that idea. more »»

Former member of 1979 Iranian revolution to speak at K of C open house

April 8, 2015 Tiffin Knights of Columbus is to have an open house 5-7 p.m. Monday at 49 E. Perry St., Tiffin. Appetizers and a cash bar are to be available. Dinner can be ordered from the menu. more »»

Budding scientists

April 3, 2015 Jacob Boehler (center), a student and research assistant at Heidelberg University, helps Tiffin Middle School sixth-graders Erine Musil (left) and Daniell Kagy adjust their microscope to look for... more »»

Like Boy Scouts: Teachers should be prepared

March 28, 2015 Ramona Davis said Friday that something is going to happen in a teacher’s classroom — good or bad. more »»

Lakota to stage ‘Annie’

March 25, 2015 KANSAS — Lakota High School and Middle School are to present the musical “Annie” at 7:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday and 2:30 p.m. Sunda. more »»

Shakespeare channels Elvis in USHS romantic comedy

March 25, 2015 UPPER SANDUSKY — The mistaken identities of Shakespeare’s “Twelfth Night” are woven together with the music of Elvis Presley as Upper Sandusky High School presents the musical “All Shook Up. more »»

Group lets hair down to raise autism awareness

February 18, 2015 A student organization on Heidelberg University’s campus works to raise awareness of autism with one large event per semester. This semester, the group is to host an event to donate locks of hair. more »»

 
 
 

 

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