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Tuckered out

September 19, 2015 Colton Wolf, 4, of Carey, sleeps in a stroller in a barn at the Wyandot County Fair Friday. He clutched his blue ribbon from a tractor pull. To view more photos from this event, visit cu. more »»

Positive spin

September 16, 2015 NEW RIEGEL – An art project at New Riegel Local Schools is to bring students and teachers together in support of one common goal: peace. more »»

Homecoming Royalty

September 16, 2015 Calvert High School’s homecoming queen is Morgan Smith, daughter of Arron and Nikki Smith. Phillip Boes is homecoming king. He is the son of Thomas and Gail Boes. more »»

Extra students mean more teachers

September 15, 2015 CLYDE — Clyde-Green Springs Board of Education members met in special session with Clyde Elementary Principal Jackie Davis, Green Springs Elementary Principal Randy Stockmaster, McPherson Middle... more »»

Holocaust victim ‘wanted to forget’

September 10, 2015 A victim of the Holocaust shared his childhood experiences in Nazi Germany Wednesday during Heidelberg University’s annual Lichtman-Behm Genocide Lecture series. more »»

Woman cited after car-bike crash

September 10, 2015 A Tiffin woman was cited after hitting a bicyclist with her vehicle on Wentz Street Wednesday evening. more »»

Scholar in India

September 9, 2015 One local student received an inaugural scholarship through Ohio University to study abroad over the summer. more »»

Terra lawsuit

September 2, 2015 FREMONT — A former Terra State Community College student filed a discrimination suit in federal court Monday against the college. more »»

‘Stay in game,’ TU chief advises

August 27, 2015 Success in college is a contact sport, said Tiffin University President Curtis Charles during TU’s convocation Wednesday. “Always be engaged in your life,” Charles said. more »»

Structured classroom new at FLC

August 27, 2015 The Family Learning Center has created a newly structured classroom to help the growing number of children with autism in the area. more »»

New year

August 26, 2015 The Tiffin City Board of Education was welcomed by the Pledge of Allegiance recited by the Tiffin Middle School quiz bowl team Tuesday during its regular meeting. more »»

’Berg convocation offers fresh start

August 26, 2015 Just as pomp and circumstance are part of graduation ceremonies, the Heidelberg University faculty donned their academic finery and marched in procession at the convocation to open the 2015-16... more »»

Back at it

August 26, 2015 Parents walk students into Krout 2-3 Elementary School Tuesday, first day of classes for Tiffin City Schools. more »»

Program offers life-like experience

August 26, 2015 The medical program at Sentinel Career and Technology Center has been revamped for the new school year. more »»

Board handles personnel, other matters

August 25, 2015 BASCOM — The Hopewell-Loudon Board of Education met Monday morning to address final personnel issues before the start of the school year. A bus driver, teachers aide and a substitute were hired. more »»

Grant to be sought for STEM program

August 25, 2015 Superintendent Dave Stubblebine told the Clyde-Green Springs Board of Education Monday evening that Curriculum Director Joe Letterhos is writing a proposal for a $10,000 grant for the STEM —... more »»

Upper Sandusky grad comes full circle

August 19, 2015 UPPER SANDUSKY – An Upper Sandusky High School graduate, former teacher and principal now is to take on the challenge of the superintendent position for the new academic year. more »»

Weininger retires from Heidelberg after career in higher education

August 16, 2015 For 30 years, Dave Weininger has made his career as the provost and vice president for academic affairs at Heidelberg University, He retired in June and has several plans to fulfill his retirement... more »»



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