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Bryan City Schools won the Williams County Academic League Varsity Tournament which took place Nov. 19, beating runners-up Hicksville. Pictured from left: Lucas Will, Erika Grime, Holden Cobb (behind), Louis Duggan (front), Coach Lisa Heslop, Michael Ledyard, Drew Jackson and Kat Kellogg. No…

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Four County Career Center students, headed by the Skills USA Leadership team, united in a school-wide effort and collected over 6,500 servings of non-perishable food items for the annual “Neighbors In Need” campaign sponsored by 105.7 The Bull. All career and technical programs at the career…

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Students at Central Local Schools recently celebrated Thanksgiving prior to their break for the holiday. First grade students took time for a feast and to give thanks while second grade students created balloons to hold their own version of the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade. Photo courtesy …

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The 2019-2020 Fairview Middle School Spelling Bee was held Nov. 22. There were 14 students who competed for the title of spelling bee champion. Seventh grader Dylan Huard emerged as the winner by spelling the word “transparencies.” Sixth grader Landon Clemens is the runner-up. They will comp…

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Four County Career Center’s specialized mechatronics and robotics technology student Austin Tomaszewski of Bryan, left, recently received a certificate for completing Certified Education Robot Training on the FANUC Robotics Material Handling program software. Training took place during his l…

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One Friday, each month, Fairview Elementary will host Popcorn Friday, wherein bags of popcorn will be sold for 50 cents. The money raised will be used to give back to a local charity, family/person or group in need. In November, the charity is D.A.R.E. Each grade level at the school has a de…

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St. Mary School families recently donated gently used toys for the local Free Store. “Their efforts will help make someone else’s Christmas bright,” stated a release from the school. The donation drive was organized by sixth grade students. Photo courtesy of St. Mary School

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Four County Career Center recently held a counselors’ tour. Bryan High School counselors were among those who saw in-lab demonstrations by Bryan students. Pictured from left: accounting and business management student Angelina Bowman; Bryan counselor Karen Meister; Garret Gleckler; Bryan cou…

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Fairview Elementary celebrated Family Fun Night on Monday, Nov. 4, to celebrate fall and academic progress, with nearly 300 people participating. Fairview teachers created lessons in reading, math and science to engage both parents and students. Dinner was served and pumpkins were given to e…

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Edon Northwest Local Schools recently recognized the winners of its October Bomber Pride Award, which the school district distributes to numerous students on a monthly basis, based upon teacher recommendations for displays of character on school grounds shown by students. Pictured, front, fr…

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On Nov. 11 the students and staff at St. Mary School acknowledged the men and women who have served in the US Army, Navy, Marine Corps, Air Force and Coast Guard. Marvin Dietsch was the guest speaker. He graduated from the Edgerton St. Mary grade school in 1951. In 1955, he successfully appl…

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Father Dan Borgelt, Julie Taylor and several St. Mary School students recently participated in Annunciation Radio’s “Sharathon.” According to a release from the school, “Annunciation Radio’s mission is to proclaim the truth in love. Their goals are to evangelize, educate and encourage God’s …

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Local published author and historian William Culbertson recently shared about his life, passions and writings in a presentation to the seventh and eighth grade Gifted Enrichment class at Bryan Middle School. The class is described by its teacher as “a passion project class where students get…

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Bryan Middle School eighth graders recently participated in “Exploring Careers Hands On for Eighth Graders,” or ECHO, held at Four County Career Center. Career explorers from the career center guided students through several careers that were of interest as they look to begin planning for th…

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Bryan City Schools heard a report from the first portion of its inaugural year providing a manufacturing-based course offering recognized credentials at the high school level on Monday at its monthly board of education meeting.

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Fountain City Christian School recently announced its students of the month for October. The elementary award went to Elliot Covington and the junior and senior high award went to Addison Dick. The theme for October was diligence. Photo courtesy of Fountain City Christian School

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Northwestern Ohio Community Action Commission Pulaski Head Start celebrated “Reading is Fundamental” Nov. 5-15, during which time guest readers from the community read to the children. At the end of two weeks, each child received a book to add to their home library. Pictured from left: Carri…

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St. Mary School students in grades four to six recently participated in a presentation by Mary Juarez of Never Let Go Ministries during Red Ribbon Week. Juarez shared with students the heartbreaking effect that drug use has on the user and their loved ones. According to a release from the sc…

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Four County Career Center recently announced Austin Tomaszewski from Bryan High School as Student of the Month. Tomaszewski is the son of Michael and Julie Tomaszewski and is a junior in the Specialized Mechatronics and Robotics Technology program at FCCC. Tomaszewski was nominated by his in…

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Fountain City Christian School recently announced its students of the month for October. The elementary award went to Elliot Covington, left, and the junior and senior high award went to Addison Dick. The theme for October was diligence. Photo courtesy of Fountain City Christian School

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Stryker’s October student of the month was Kalista Blevins, center. The Core Value for the month was honesty. The October sponsors were Steve and Jill Peters with Team Valhalla. Photo courtesy of Stryker Local Schools

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The Edon Music Department will be traveling to Washington, D.C., from March 18-22, 2020. The high school band and choir will be performing and sightseeing around the city. The Edon music department recently received many generous donations from businesses and nonprofits to lower the cost of …

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Officers of the Four County Career Center Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) Chapter include front, from left: Skyler Parsons (Montpelier), interior design; BobbieJo Machnicki (Evergreen), chef training; Mindy O’Neill (Delta), early childhood education; Savannah Corrao (…

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Four County Career Center’s HOSA, Future Health Professionals chapter members include over 90 Health Careers and Sports Fitness and Exercise Science students. Students work on chapter projects, compete in district, state and national leadership and skill competitions and sponsor student asse…

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Children from the Four County Career Center preschool/child care recently went trick-or-treating through the school for Halloween, gathering candy and goodies from the FCCC staff. Pictured front, from left, are Reylyn Rentschler, Liberty Center; Dylan Boyer, Wauseon; William Ramon, Paulding;…

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Four County Career Center recently highlighted its students ambassadors, who are seniors chosen each year based on their teachers’ recommendations and leadership abilities. The ambassadors represent the school in a variety of capacities including hosting future students and parents as well a…

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Northwest State Community College in Archbold will host its annual Discover NSCC Day on Saturday Nov. 9, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

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North Central Elementary recently recognized its October 2019 Students of the Month. Each student was selected for the month’s theme, “good choices.” Pictured front, from left: Bailey King, Ryleigh SInger, Allie Zuver. Middle: Mia Lawson, Sloane Burger, Addilyn Miller, Brooklyn Baker, Remi L…

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Four County Career Center recently held a tour for principals of member schools. Bryan High School Principal Steve Alspaugh, center, toured the career and technical labs and saw in-lab demonstrations by the students from Bryan who attend the FCCC. Shown with Alspaugh in the cosmetology lab a…

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Edgerton Fire Chief Scott Blue and fellow firefighters recently presented a fire safety program to students at Saint Mary School in Edgerton. Blue stressed the importance of having a working smoke alarm and students learned that smoke alarms have an expiration date and must be replaced. Stud…

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Family, Career and Community Leaders of America District Officers held their Fall Rally at Camp Palmer on Oct. 10. Pictured below are officers representing the following schools: Evergreen, Fariview, Four County Career Center, and Pettisville. Also, Kaylee Grimm is a representative of the Re…

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Officers of the over 75-member Four County Career Center Business Professionals of America (BPA) Chapter were recently highlighted. Pictured front, from left: President Ethan Thompson (Fairview) Computer Programming & Game Design; Vice-President — Zacary Sparks (Edon) Computer Networking…

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Father Dan Borgelt recently blessed all sorts of animals during an animal blessing and prayer service at St. Mary School. St. Francis of Assisi, the patron saint of animals, is the saint that inspired the tradition, due to his love for all animals. Pictured are the Dockery family sheep, alon…

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39 students were recently inducted into National Honor Society at Bryan High School. Students must have a 3.5 GPA and 4 recommendations to be inducted to the organization. Pictured front, from left: Breanna Long, Karina McDougle, Kloee Antigo, Abigail Fernihough, Shallyn Miley, Jillian Drinn…

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Pictured from left are juniors: Connor Schlosser, president; Hannah Riley, vice president; Tayler Bleikamp, secretary; Kodi Brenner, treasurer; Sara Barnum, Four County representative. Photo courtesy of Hilltop High School

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Pictured from left are seniors: Katelynn Smith, president; Katie Geis, vice president; Jay Garrett, treasurer; and Madelyn Schaper, secretary. Photo courtesy of Hilltop High School

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Stryker Local Schools recently announced its September Student of the Month Sean Shindledecker. The Core Value for the month was Responsibility. Photo courtesy Stryker Local Schools

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Four County Career Center recently announced Angelina Bowman from Bryan High School as Student of the Month for September. Angelina is the daughter of Tralinda Bowman and is a senior in the Accounting & Business Management program. Angelina was nominated by her instructor, Mrs. Short. Bo…

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•Alan Kittle Jr., of Bryan, was named to the University of Findlay’s 2019 homecoming court during September festivities. Kittle is studying accounting and is the son of Alan and Jamie Kittle.

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In northwest Ohio, farming is a way of life. And that way of life fuels every other way of life out there, as children in Williams County schools learned this month.

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Four County Career Center recently celebrated its annual Wall of Fame and Distinguished Service Award induction program.

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Hilltop High School recently recognized its student council members for the 2019-2020 school year. Pictured front, from left: Hannah Riley, president-elect; Lilly Dunsworth, treasurer; Katie Geis, secretary; Kendall Roth, president. Middle: Josh Hansen, Taryn Grant, Arleigh VanArsdalen, Jozl…

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Fountain City Christian School in Bryan welcomed several new teachers with the start of the 2019-2020 school year. Pictured from left: Gwen Kinsman (junior/senior high English and social studies), Melanie Coy (business manager), Sabrina Bethel (third and fourth grade), Maurice Zuver (physica…