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GED grads ‘take big steps’

May 24, 2013 FREMONT — Having an open mind and not being shy or afraid gave Sacha Kubas the courage and strength to complete the requirements for a General Educational Development diploma, she said Thursday night. more »»

Columbian teacher wins award for excellence

May 22, 2013 Chris Monsour, a 14-year science teacher, continues to learn and evolve as a teacher. Recently, Monsour was announced as the 2013 winner of the Arthur S. more »»

Sneak peek

May 19, 2013 Since 2011, residents have been anticipating completion of the new K-12 Hopewell-Loudon Local School District building. more »»

Hands-on training

May 9, 2013 PUT-IN-BAY — Seven teachers from area schools visited The Ohio State University Stone Laboratory Wednesday to explore the facility and practice using equipment they received through a grant earlier... more »»

Center positions for careers

May 8, 2013 Amanda Whitaker wanted something different than an ordinary, minimum-wage job, so she took the risk and entered Vanguard-Sentinel Adult Career Center’s office administration training program. more »»

Portfolio manager sensing ‘wealth effect’ as economy picks up

April 19, 2013 The first rule with investing is, if it looks too good to be true, then it is, David Avdakov said during Tiffin University’s Good Morning World Breakfast Lecture series Thursday at Camden Falls... more »»

Seneca East students are best in show

April 19, 2013 ATTICA — The Seneca Wyandot County Art Show was March 15 at Sentinel Career and Technology Center, showcasing the work of two Seneca East students who were recognized for achievements at Monday... more »»

Seniors recognize mentors

April 19, 2013 Ten of the top seniors of Columbian High School were honored as well as individuals who impacted them throughout their high school career Thursday evening at the Excellence in Education dinner. more »»

GED changes coming

April 10, 2013 Obtaining a General Educational Development credential is considered essential to getting a good job and pursuing higher educatio. more »»

Academic center aids ’Berg students

April 3, 2013 The Owen Academic and Career Support Center at Heidelberg University offers many individualized services to its students. more »»

MORE is more

March 31, 2013 There have been many changes to education in Ohio with the passing of Senate Bill 316, including the Third Grade Reading Guarantee. more »»

Property to be sold from former school

March 2, 2013 In a special meeting Friday morning, Tiffin City Board of Education adopted a resolution to sell personal property from the former Clinton Elementary School. more »»

You can lead a student to water

February 24, 2013 Several local agencies entered a partnership in securing a grant to aid in teaching ways to monitor Seneca County and Lake Erie water quality. more »»

TU director helps ’Berg honor MLK

January 23, 2013 Heidelberg University conducted a campus celebration in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Tuesday. more »»

New Riegel homecoming king and queen

January 23, 2013 The homecoming king for New Riegel High School is Nick Wank, the son of John and Shelley Wank. Ashley Mathias is the queen. She is the daughter of Dan and Laura Mathias. more »»

New coalition seeking more gun regulation

January 23, 2013 Sunday evening, the Quad County Coalition for Sensible Regulation of Guns came into being in Fostoria. For organizational purposes, it is a committee of the Fostoria Area Citizens for Peace. more »»

Getting direction

January 22, 2013 more »»

Gallery to feature Cleveland artist

January 22, 2013 TU’s Diane Kidd Gallery of Art will host a new exhibition of ceramics and drawings focusing on orchids by Cleveland artist Angelica Pozo in its first show of the 2013 calendar year. more »»

’Berg recital goes for Baroque

January 22, 2013 Heidelberg University organ instructor Joan Holder McConnell is to present her faculty recital, “Baroque and Beyond,” at 3 p.m. Sunday in Trinity United Church of Christ, 131 E. Perry St. more »»

Pianist to play at Terra

January 22, 2013 FREMONT — Terra State Community College’s “Music on Sunday” concert series begins 2013 with pianist Matthew Skitzki at 4 p.m. Sunday in the Recital Hall in Building D. The concert is free. more »»



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