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Fairview Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) members recently presented an anti-bullying campaign to their fellow students during lunch as part of FCCLA Week. Students were asked to watch a short video and sign a pledge to commit to not partaking in bullying behavior. Pic…

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Fairview Elementary will host its annual carnival from 4-7 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 29. The carnival will feature “games, food, and lots of fun our children and the community” stated a release from the school.

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Fountain City Christian School recently highlighted its students of the month for January. The virtue of the month was courage. Students chosen for displaying that trait were Jonah Johnson, elementary, and Brooke St. John, junior and senior high.

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St. Patrick Catholic School sixth grader Carter Luce presents his science fair project to judges on Thursday afternoon. Luce’s project focused on the propulsive power of pop. Dozens of students presented projects on a wide array of topics during the event.

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As part of Career and Technical Education Month, Four County Career Center recently hosted a “Parents (Grandparents) Day,” inviting parents and grandparents to visit students’ career and technical labs and view their student’s current projects. “Celebrate Today, Own Tomorrow” was the theme f…

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• Local students who recently made the dean’s list at the University of Findlay for the fall semester include: Kobe Baker of Ney, Kelsey Clemens of Bryan, Kelsie Crites of Ney, Alan Kittle of Bryan, Lane Kolb of Bryan, Jonda Krontz of Bryan, Morgan Mitchell of Pioneer, Elaine Schaffter of Mo…

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Four Bryan High School students and one Bryan Middle School student were Gold Key winners at the regional Scholastic Art & Writing Awards ceremony in Fort Wayne, Indiana, Feb. 16.

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Students at St. Mary School in Edgerton recently completed their Junior Achievement certificates. Pictured are students from Mrs. Adkin’s class with Duane Miller of Stark Truss, pictured in the back row. The students in kindergarten through grade six recently received instruction in this cur…

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Bryan High School senior Tyler Manon has been nominated to attend the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, Sen. Rob Portman’s office announced Wednesday. This past weekend, Portman (R-Ohio) delivered remarks at his reception to congratulate the Class of 2020 service academy nominees and thei…

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First grade All A’s Kelvin Ault A’s and B’s Jameson Gallant Celena Krill Cayden Lockwood Adalynn Malcolm Second grade All A’s Rose Blalock Addison Everetts Clara Harris A’s and B’s Jacklin Brown Brycen Cape Nora Gerschutz Izzic Hobeck Carter Lockwood Darius Mahrt Eli McMaken Adley Thiel Thir…

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This year’s influenza issue has impacted local schools, leading North Central Local Schools in Pioneer to cancel classes at all grade levels Wednesday out of an abundance of caution.

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The Ohio Music Education Association District 1 Honors Festival was held Sunday, Jan. 26 at the Stranahan Theater in Toledo. These ensembles included top musicians from across northwest Ohio. The Edon music program had 11 students accepted into these prestigious ensembles. Pictured from left…

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St. Patrick Catholic School recently recognized its honor roll students during its January Spirit Assembly. A release the school stated “These students used their God-given talents to be extraordinary students.” Photo courtesy of St. Patrick Catholic School

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Four County Career Center recently announced Khegunn Flint from Montpelier High School as one of its students of the month. Flint is the son of Craig and Justina Jarboe and is a junior in the Law Enforcement and Security Tactics program at FCCC. Flint was nominated by his academic instructor…

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Four County Career Center recently announced Kayla Andrist of Fairview High School as one its students of the month. Andrist is the daughter of Tessa Andrist and is a junior in the Floral Design program at FCCC. She was nominated by her instructor, Mrs. Luzny. Andrist is a member of FFA and …

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St. Patrick Catholic School was recently honored with a proclamation made by Bryan Mayor Carrie Schlade on Monday, Jan. 27, in recognition of National Catholic Schools Week. The proclamation highlighted the school’s history dating back to 1957, its five-star quality pre-school as well as its…

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The Ohio Music Education Association District 1 Honors Festival was held Sunday, Jan. 26, at the Stranahan Theater in Toledo. These ensembles included top musicians from across northwest Ohio. The Edon music program had 11 students accepted into these prestigious ensembles. Pictured above, f…

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Four County Career Center recently celebrated Winter Sports Spirit Day. Sixty student-athletes and cheerleaders from all 22 associate schools were recognized. “The Career Center wishes all of its student-athletes a successful winter sports season!” stated a release from the school. Photo cou…

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Four County Career Center recently hosted a Career Night Open House with its career and technical labs and classrooms open to the public, particularly students, potential students and families. Instructors and counselors were available to answer questions and acquaint visitors with the caree…

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The St. Mary School second graders wait anxiously to show off their super, sensational structural skills at the school’s open house on Jan. 26 from 9:30-11 a.m. All are welcome, the school said in a release. Pictured with their creations are St. Mary students, front, from left: Chase Roberts…

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St. Mary School fifth grade students recently graduated from the D.A.R.E. (Drug Abuse Resistance Education) program. Deputy Kyle Miller from the Williams County Sheriff’s Office delivered the curriculum. Pictured are students Gunner Aldrich and Cara Schroeder. Their essays on what they learn…

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St. Patrick Catholic School students were recently recognized for going “above and beyond” at school for the month of December. They showed kindness, friendship, initiative, perseverance, integrity and effort. Pictured are those recognized. Photo courtesy of St. Patrick Catholic School

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St. Patrick’s school-level spelling bee winners were Aubrey Kaullen, first place, Kaitlyn Slattery, second place, and Julia Brightman, alternate. Kaullen and Slattery competed at the Williams County Spelling Bee on Jan. 21. Photo courtesy of St. Patrick Catholic School

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Rosa Blalock, a second grade student at St. Mary School, updates the school-wide goal poster for Food for the Poor. Rosa recently celebrated her eighth birthday and in lieu of gifts, decided to ask family and friends to support her with a monetary donation. She then donated $127 to Food for …

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Saint Patrick Catholic School Geography Bee winners are Tucker Miller, runner-up, and Carter Thiel, first place. Thiel will complete an online test to qualify at the state level. Photo courtesy of St. Patrick Catholic School