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Liberty Center Middle School recently announced its February Students of the Month, who were chosen for outstanding responsibility. They include (front row, from left) Kellen Wymer, James Bailey, Braedyn Tammarine, Taryn Kolodziejczk, (back row) Christopher Patchin, Jack Watkins, Allison Cul…

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The Henry County Retired Teachers Association offers four $1,500 grants to Henry County residents working toward a career in teaching.

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DEFIANCE — In an effort to remain proactive, Defiance College has decided to suspend face-to-face instruction for the remainder of the spring academic semester as the coronavirus (COVID-19) situation evolves. Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine has issued a stay-at-home order through April 6.

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Four County Career Center recently announced Tyne Rosebrock from Napoleon High School as a student of the month. The daughter of Jamie Rosebrock and the late Carlton Rosebrock, she is a senior in the accounting and business management program. Rosebrock was nominated by Job Placement Coordin…

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HAMLER — Accounting for the ever-changing landscape of the COVID-19 lockdown situation, the Patrick Henry Local Schools Board of Education discussed two potential dates for alternative graduation ceremonies.

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Prior to the nationwide coronavirus (COVID-19), Liberty Center Schools was preparing for the 2nd Annual Disability Awareness Week, which was scheduled for March 16-20. This event was created not only to provide awareness, but to allow and encourage students with disabilities to advocate for …

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Napoleon High School February Students of the Month include (from left) Freedom Township Men’s Club Freshman Macee Speiser; Napoleon Lions Club senior Shannon Holbrook; and Rotary Club sophomore Keato McKenze. Not pictured is Bert G. Taylor Napoleon American Legion junior Caleb Drain.

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COLUMBUS — Earlier this month, the Ohio Department of Education announced that it will receive a $3.25 million federal grant aimed at helping states design, develop, implement and expand educational data systems.

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February Students of the Month at Patrick Henry Middle School were selected by staff for their actions and attitudes of truthfulness. Pictured are (front row, from left) Arianna Raymundo, Garrett Ruffell, Keaton Butler, Mitchell Prigge, Grahm Rosebrook, Carter Howe, (back row, from left) Lev…

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Well here we are … in the midst of another one of life’s unique and challenging situations. I’m not going to go through a list of hygiene precautions or explain social distancing practices. You can find all of that information online from the CDC, Ohio.gov and Ohio Department of Health. We a…

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In recognition of National FFA Week, Four County Career Center FFA Chapter officers were pleased to present the Henry County office of the OSU Extension with a plant grown in the greenhouse at the career center. The career center is appreciative of the support they give the students of the F…

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Stephanie Busick of Liberty Center, and a pharmacy student at the University of Findlay, recently competed in the 24th Annual American Society of Health-System Pharmacists National Clinical Skills Competition held in Las Vegas, Nevada.

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As a team, Napoleon Junior High School finished 25th out of 28 schools at the state Mathcounts competition, and Denver Grundy finished 79th in the state out of 177 individual competitors. “The competition was very tough as they had to compete against some charter/private schools,” said Advis…

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HAMLER — For the past couple months, Patrick Henry High School Students have been assisting with the monthly loading and distribution of food at the Deshler Council of Churches food pantry.

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ARCHBOLD — Northwest State Community College (NSCC) and Bowling Green State University (BGSU) recently signed an articulation agreement that will allow students to transfer credits from an associate of applied science in nursing (R.N.) degree at NSCC into a bachelor of science in nursing (B.…

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Four County Career Center’s HOSA - Future Health Professionals Chapter members include more than 90 Health Careers and Sports Fitness & Exercise Science students. These students work on chapter projects, compete in district, state and national leadership and skill competitions and sponso…

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HAMLER - Patrick Henry Local Schools' kindergarten clinic for the 2020-21 school year will take place on April 2-3.

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ARCHBOLD - The Center for Lifelong Learning at Northwest State Community College is planning a meet and greet with its incoming coordinator Debbie Wikstrom Thursday, March 19 from 12:30-2 p.m.

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Later this month, Patrick Henry Local Schools has the opportunity to host Captain Scott Frank for a digital empowerment day. Take a look at the below article from PH’s Director of Technology Dustin Ruffell. Dustin explains what digital empowerment is and invites parents/guardians to the even…

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Miami University students who are ranked in the top 20% of undergraduate students within each division for first semester 2019-20 have been named to the dean’s list recognizing academic excellence.

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As part of Career and Technical Education Month, Four County Career Center 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 for the mon…

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Patrick Henry Middle School January Students of the Month were selected by staff for their actions and attitudes of responsibility. They include (front row, from left) Kelsey Schwiebert, Lauren Morey, Ashlyn Mullins, Taylor Shawber, Lauren Giesige, Trinity Johnson, Adison Shope, (back row, f…

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Jacob Black of Deshler was among more than 325 graduates honored at Michigan Technological University’s mid-year commencement held on the Houghton, Michigan campus.

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“The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more you learn, the more places you’ll go.” – Dr. Seuss

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Leadership team members of the more than 500 member Four County Career Center Skills USA Chapter include (front row, from left) Elizabeth Vetter, Fairview; Alivea Valderas, Bryan; Amelia Hancock, Pettisville; Macy Driskill, Fairview; Jaidah Torres, Napoleon; Saylee Cupp, Montpelier; (middle …

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DEFIANCE — Defiance College has been designated a 2020-2021 Military Friendly School. This list provides a comprehensive guide for veterans and their families using data sources from federal agencies and proprietary survey information from participating organizations.

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Liberty Center Middle School January Students of the Month were selected for demonstrating exceptional respectfulness. Pictured (front row, from left) are Tyler McDougle, Brianna Taylor, Colbie Strayer, (back row, from left) Mykenna Vasko, Vaughn Norrington, Molly Perry and Kaden Soto. Not p…

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For all of you who DVR shows or love Netflix, Apple TV, YouTube TV or any other streaming service that allows you to view shows at your leisure, this article might appeal to you. I’m an avid “binge” watcher of various Netflix series if I happen to have a weekend with no events or commitments…

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Napoleon High School December/January Students of the Month (from left) include Freedom Township Men’s Club Freshman Alex Birkhold; Rotary Club sophomore Adam Conklin; Napoleon Lions Club senior Aria Morgan; and Bert G. Taylor Napoleon American Legion junior Madison Shank.

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ARCHBOLD — Northwest State Community College (NSCC) and Purdue University Fort Wayne (PFW) signed an articulation agreement last week that will allow students to transfer credits from an Associate of Applied Science (A.A.S.) degree at NSCC into a Bachelor of Applied Science (B.A.S.) degree at PFW.

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LIBERTY CENTER — Beginning March 2, all parents of children who are 5 years old by Aug. 1 and plan for their child to enroll in kindergarten at Liberty Center Schools should begin the registration process.