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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…

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Fifth and sixth grade St. Mary students participated in STEM day last Friday. St.Mary students have various days through the school year focusing on STEM Education ( science, technology, engineering, math). Last week the students focused on coding, programming, designing robots even the batt…

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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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Pictured from left are Edon Northwest Local Schools September Bomber PRIDE award winners: front, Trinity Zulch; middle, Hezekiah David, Cale Sheline, Maven Staten, Marianna Peterson, Zoei Heller; back, Briggs Gallehue, Gavin Lash, Peyton Robinett, Alexis Klempner. JOSH EWERS/Staff

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Four County Career Center’s Veterinarian Assistant program recently added a SynDaver surgical canine to their program for training purposes for the students. The SynDaver surgical canine is made of water, salt and plant-based fibers and the school hopes it will be “a wonderful tool in teachi…

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The esports program at Four County Career Center features 28 students on the varsity and junior varsity teams. As in any sport, these students had to try out for a spot on these teams and must maintain their GPA and attend regular after-school practices. This is the first year of esports ava…

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Four County Career Center students recently donated blood during a Red Cross blood drive sponsored by HOSA Future Health Professionals. HOSA members planned and coordinated the drive and assisted with donor registration, testing and blood donations. Ninety-four units of blood were collected.…

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U.S. Sen. Rob Portman (R-OH) announced he is accepting applications for spring 2020 internships in his Washington, D.C., and state offices.

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ARCHBOLD — Gears turning in the minds of business leaders, economic development strategists and college administration brought together hundreds of local high school students on Friday to once again bring manufacturing to the forefront of their minds.

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Pictured are students taking a class at Northwest State Community College. Photo courtesy of NSCC

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During National Suicide Prevention Month, FCCLA members raised money for the Four County Suicide Prevention Coalition and the Mikayla Smith Memorial Scholarship. Their goal was to not only raise money but to spread awareness about suicide prevention. FCCLA members Tayler Dunn (Bryan) and Bob…

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Four County Career Center is participating in Drug Free Clubs of America, created to help students make wise choices. FCCC teamed with Promedica Defiance Regional Hospital for all of the drug testing. Students choose to join voluntarily and become members by passing a 12-panel drug test. Ove…

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Hilltop also welcomed in its new staff members for the new school year. Pictured from left: Jerry Heer, Bus Driver; Sheila Stuckey, Cafeteria Cook; and Mandy King, Cafeteria Cook. Photo courtesy Millcreek-West Unity Local Schools

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New teachers were welcomed in at Millcreek-West Unity Local School District with the 2019-2020 school year. Pictured front, from left: Betsy Elting, first grade teacher; Jordan Rode, kindergarten teacher; Kaitlyn Kuhn, Second Grade Teacher. Back: Alex Cummins, technology coordinator; Brit Mo…

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Thanks to the generosity of the Bryan Rotary Club, each kindergarten student at Bryan Elementary will receive one book every month this school year to enjoy. These books will be sent home to help build their family library of choices for parents to read with their children. Pictured below ar…

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Bryan High School students recently voted for the school’s 2019 homecoming court. The school will play its homecoming football game on Friday, Oct. 4, versus Delta. Pictured from left: Emcees Caleb Zuver, Jessica Mueller, Erika Grime and Madison Siders; Homecoming Queen Megan Voigt; senior a…

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Edon High School will take on Montpelier on Friday September 27 for its homecoming game. The school's 2019 court includes Homecoming Queen Alea Brandt; Riley Bloir, Senior Attendant; Emily Kissinger, Junior Attendant; Olivia Mitchell, Sophomore Attendant; Meghan Derck, Freshman Attendant; Te…

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Bryan City Schools recently held its Academic Booster Club Awards Breakfast. Pictured are students in the class of 2021 who were honored for having a 3.85 or higher cumulative GPA. Pictured front, from left: Hanna Gorzelanczyk, Emma Woolace, Jessica Wernsing, Ariana Penny, Alexis Firm, Micha…

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Fairview High School will face off with Antwerp during its homecoming game Friday, when homecoming king and queen will be crowned at half time. Pictured front, from left: junior attendant Michelle Marshall; sophomore attendant Kayleigh Garza; senior queen candidates Metea Grine, Kendall Bake…

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St. Mary School first grade students have been busy reviewing their alphabet letters and sounds by playing sound card bingo. Pictured enjoying the game are Kelvin Ault, Cayden Lockwood and Rikkelle Hazelton. They are getting ready to start writing a short narrative story in the next couple o…

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Montpelier will take on Cardinal Stritch tomorrow in its homecoming faceoff, where Homecoming king and queen will be announced at halftime. Pictured from left are: freshman attendant Tatum Grime; senior queen candidates Emma Clair, Brinn Miller and Sage Gauden; junior attendant Shailynn Bonn…

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Bryan City Schools recently held its Academic Booster Club Awards Breakfast. Pictured are students in the class of 2020 who were honored for having a 3.85 or higher cumulative GPA. Pictured front, from left: Sydney Davis, Taylor Peters, Kelly Miller, Courtney Whetro, Megan Grimm, Kabryn Myer…

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In preparation for the November general election, students at Four County Career Center participated in Constitution Day student registration. Melanie Gilders and Liz Stuart from the Fulton County Board of Elections and Mary Detmer from the Henry County Board of Elections spoke to the studen…

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Bryan City Schools recently held its Academic Booster Club Awards Breakfast. Pictured are students in the class of 2022 who were honored for having a 3.85 or higher cumulative GPA. Pictured front, from left: Madison Grisier, Brooke Taylor, Aliya Khandaker, Addison Arnold, Allie Zimmerman, Ka…

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Sixth grade students at St. Mary School recently learned that they are published authors. These students wrote a creative piece, “Crazy Creatures,” as fifth grade students. The writing challenged them to write a mini saga, a story in just 100 words, based on a creature they had created. In a…

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The Hilltop Cafeteria last spring received an award from Ohio Department of Education for its exceptional work and efforts in advancing school breakfast.

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This summer the Hilltop Cafeteria received an award from the Ohio Department of Education for their exceptional work and efforts in advancing school breakfast. Pictured from left: Cathy Corbitt, Deputy Director of Children’s Initiatives; Dr. Stephanie Siddens, Director of the Office of Early…

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Four County Career Center recently welcomed in three new staff members for the 2019-2020 school year. With 12 years of experience, Josh Montgomery is the new Career Based Intervention instructor at the Career Center. He holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Middle Grades Education and a Master’s Degr…

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Katie Chapple’s third grade students at St. Mary School recently took part in a time capsule activity, having learned about primary and secondary sources and artifacts. They also compared our current community to the past. Students came up with five items that they would use to tell more abo…

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•Reece Cape of Bryan, Ohio was named to Dean’s List at Youngstown State University for Spring Semester 2019. Cape is majoring in Environmental Studies at YSU. Dean’s List recognition is awarded to full-time undergraduate students who have earned at least a 3.4 grade point average for not les…

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Abbigail Elkins with “One B” recently stopped by St. Mary School in Edgerton to show the fifth and sixth grade students the proper way to fold an American flag. Elkins, standing at left, is a veteran of the U.S. Air Force. Pictured with Elkins are Jaden Dietsch and Gunner Aldrich. Photo cour…

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Four County Career Center recently accepted the donation of a 2016 Jeep Cherokee from North Star BlueScope in Delta. The vehicle was in need of repairs from an accident and students from the Auto Collision Repair program, under the direction of instructor Steve Hootman, were able to make all…

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St. Patrick Catholic School recently welcomed in its new teachers for the 2019-2020 school year. Pictured front, from left: Amanda Bok, third grade; Tracy Koenig, principal; Emily Ellerbrock, second grade teacher. Not pictured: Cassandra Bacon, art teacher. JOSH EWERS/Staff

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Edgerton Local Schools recently welcomed in its new teachers for the start of the 2019-2020 school year. Pictured front, from left: Nicole Thiel, junior high intervention; Taylor Nickeson, junior high/high school band; Aubrie Crall, second grade. Back: Brett Grieser, elementary principal; Ch…

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Pioneer Police Dept. and the Pioneer Dollar General teamed up to make sure our North Central kids are “supplied” for the school year. A total of $500 in supplies and almost $300 in cash was donated to go toward student needs. “We are grateful and so proud to be NC strong where all kids and o…

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North Central recently welcomed in its new staff for the 2019-2020 school year. Pictured from left: Brent Saneholtz, NwOESC Special Services Coordinator; Amanda Fellers, PreSchool/PreK Instructor; Amanda Doty, Intervention Specialist (9-12); Lexy Bly, NwOESC Educational Aide; Cindy Myers, Ed…

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Central Local Schools on Tuesday became the final district in The Bryan Times coverage area to hit the books once more after summer vacation. Pictured is Fairview Elementary school counselor Lindsay Froelich, foreground, greeting returning students with Principal Sherrie Brown, background, d…

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EDON — Edon High School is set to become the latest Williams County school to join the county’s educational emphasis on career paths, Principal Kayla Lapham said Monday at the August Edon Board of Education meeting.

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The impact of a soon-to-be expanded partnership between Northwest State Community College, Ohio county job and family services organizations and a myriad of other career tech, business and service organizations for the benefit of at-risk and under-served youth was discussed Friday at NSCC’s …

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On a toasty Thursday evening, Fairview High School’s marching band prepares for an upcoming slate of football games and the Anthony Wayne Showcase of Bands, where, on Sept. 28, the Fairview band’s 50 members will play a Queen-themed show featuring hits like “We Will Rock You,” “Fat Bottomed …

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Bryan police and the Bryan Municipal Court Probation Department held a “Fill a Cruiser” school supply drive at Walmart last week, which resulted in a bevy of item donations as well as more than $300 in funds to put toward supplies for Bryan Elementary students. Pictured front, from left: Eva…

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The Bryan Area Foundation recently presented the Harlan and Ernestine Spangler Continuing Education Scholarship to three Williams County residents. Pictured from left are Courtney Monagu, $2,000 award, Bowling Green State University, media production; Laura Eckhardt, BAF scholarship committe…

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If all goes according to plan, the summer of 2022 will see students spirited away from Sherwood to the southern hemisphere, all the way to the Galapagos Islands and Ecuador for an 11-day adventure.

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Mary Thaman, right, presents the Bryan Area Foundation Chris and Mary Thaman Scholarship for $800 to Jacob Hausch. Hausch is a 2016 graduate of Bryan High School and is attending Eastern Michigan University majoring in exercise science with the goal to become a physician assistant. The schol…