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While the worst impacts of our long COVID-19 ordeal have taken their toll on Ohioans’ health and economic well-being, there’s been another big hit that I see directly from my position in higher education. Fewer Ohioans are applying for college or advanced career training, a disheartening tre…

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Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost launched an online application process Friday for organizations that grant scholarships to primary and secondary students and want to be a part of Ohio’s new tax-credit program.

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This is the fourth year Four County Career Center is participating in Drug Free Clubs of America, which was created to help students make wise choices. As the school works to prepare the workforce of the four-county area, the issue of being drug-free is especially relevant to FCCC and the em…

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Four County Career Center has announced that Tyler James, of Bryan, placed 4th at the 2021 National Leadership Conference of Skills USA, held virtually. He is in the Mechanical Systems and Piping program and competed in Plumbing.

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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, Director, and Liz Stuart, Deputy Director, from Fulton County Board of Elections, and Mary Detmer, Director, and Cyndi Shroyer, Depu…

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These students were inadvertently omitted from the list of Edon High School students who received scholarship awards, which appeared on Page A6 of Tuesday’s edition:

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The following Edon High School students received recognition for these awards at Academic Awards night held on May 24. (Editor’s note: This information was received by The Bryan Times from Edon High School on July 27):

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Opening day for Four County Career Center is Wednesday, Aug. 18, for juniors and new students and Thursday, Aug. 19, for returning seniors. For the 2021-22 school year, Four County Career Center is opening its doors to over 950 new and returning students.

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• Carter Knecht of Edgerton has been accepted for enrollment for the summer 2021 trimester at Palmer College of Chiropractic's main campus in Davenport, Iowa. Palmer College of Chiropractic, the first and largest college in the chiropractic profession, has campuses in Davenport, Iowa; San Jo…

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Students registered to attend Four County Career center this fall can pick up their schedules and other important 2021-22 school information during the Packet Pick Up Days on Aug. 5 and 10.

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• Miami University awarded degrees to students during spring commencement May 14-16. Graduates from Williams County included: Annika Shaffer Bryan, with a master’s in speech-language pathology; McKenna Shaffer of Bryan (magna cum laude), with a bachelor’s in education in middle childhood edu…

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• Miami University students who are ranked in the top 20% of undergraduate students within each division for second semester 2020-21 have been named to the dean’s list recognizing academic excellence. Local residents named to the list include: Olivia DeLeon of Bryan (art), Rae Webb of Bryan …

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• The following students from Williams County were named to the dean’s list for spring semester 2021 at Ohio Northern University. To be eligible for the dean’s list, a student must attain a GPA of 3.5 or higher and be enrolled full time: Curtlyn Anthony, Bryan High School; Lauren Chaney, Bry…

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Brianna Bell, of West Unity, was appointed a student ambassador at Baldwin Wallace University during the spring 2021 semester. BW Student Ambassadors is a student organization that fosters relationships between BW alumni and the University. Ambassadors undergo a competitive selection process…

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• The University of Mount Union has announced that Kollin Klingler, of Bryan, was one of 644 students named to the dean’s list for the spring 2021 semester. To be eligible for the dean’s list, students must have completed at least 12 credit hours of traditionally graded coursework while achi…

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The Hilltop Elementary First Class Cadets are, front row, left to right: Tessa Jones, Libbee Schaffner, Tina Dickinson, Alex Rubalcava, Rachel Dickinson and Bliss Jones. Back row, left to right: Ellie Johnson, Addison Smith, Addison Plum, Kelsy Connolly, Myah Higgins, Halle Jones and Addyson…

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At North Central High School’s Honors Awards Evening on May 24, Pioneer Area Lions presented a $500 scholarship to Senior Luke Zuver. Shown are Lion Marilyn Osborn, left, presenting Zuver with his award.

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Trine University students completed requirements to earn their degrees at the end of the Spring 2021 semester. The following local students completed degrees at Trine:

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• Jack Blaisdell, of West Unity, was named to the dean’s list at Capital University for the spring 2021 semester. In order to be named to the dean’s list, full-time, degree-seeking students must have achieved a GPA of 3.5-3.69.

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Montpelier Elementary held its Little Loco Leaders Assembly for the month of April on April 29. Lance Thorp, Montpelier Elementary principal, said the word of the month was “patience,” and specific students were recognized by their teachers for waiting calming and respectfully for their turn…

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Ten Stryker High School graduating seniors earned more than $391,000 in scholarship money this year. The awards were announced at the recent Academic Award Night at Stryker High School. The award winners and their awards are as follows: Spencer Clingaman, $89,500; Ariane Dangler, $25,000; Ga…

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The Hilltop grades 7-8 Students of the Month for April are, left to right, front row: Alaina Russell, Aidden Johnson, Brooklyn Kuszmaul and Hayden JoHantgen. Left to right, back row: Cameron Schlosser, Carson Jennings and Shawntia Wagner.

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• Logen Neidhardt of Hicksville has graduated from Ohio Dominican University with a bachelor’s degree. Neidhardt is among 176 students who earned their degree following the Spring 2021 semester.

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The 6th Annual Job & Career Fair was recently held virtually at Four County Career Center with over 26 area employers available for seniors to meet with. Over 185 students had the chance to discuss their career options with local businesses, apply for positions and see the opportunities …

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Summer school classes for students in Defiance, Fulton, Henry and Williams counties are again being offered by Four County Career Center.

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The Ohio News Media Foundation offers scholarships to high school seniors and college students majoring in newspaper-related programs. The application is simple and the decisions are timely.

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Kollin Klingler, of Bryan, was awarded the Cecil T. and Marian H. Stewart Award and membership in the National Music Honorary Society at the 2021 Mount Union Honors Convocation.

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Montpelier Elementary School is now scheduling appointments for screening and assessment for the kindergarten and KinderKlub classes for 2021-22. Sessions will be held June 1-2 at the Montpelier school at 1015 E. Brown Road, Montpelier.

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Four County Career Center placed 14 students from in the top ten in the 2021 Business Professionals of America (BPA) Ohio State Leadership Conference and 11 students will be competing in the BPA 2021 National Leadership Conference that will be held virtually. Students who placed in the top t…

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Lance Thorp, Montpelier Elementary principal, announced the school held its third quarter Loco Leader assembly on Friday, April 9. “During this assembly, we recognized our students that were on the honor roll, had perfect attendance and two “Loco Leaders” from each grade that are chosen by t…

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Montpelier Elementary School held its monthly Little Loco Leaders assembly for the month of March on April 1. The word of the month was “accountable,” and specific students were recognized by their teachers for accepting responsibility for their actions, according to Lance Thorp, Montpelier …

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The following is the St. Patrick School grades 1-4 Honor Roll that was inadvertently left out of the Honor Roll pages this past Thursday. Honor Roll members in grades 1-4 have earned all A’s.

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Students from St. Mary School participated in a Lenten Bible study. These students willingly sacrificed one recess each week during Lent to learn more about the many names for God that are found in the Bible, according to Julie Taylor, principal of St. Mary School, in Edgerton.