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ILHS royalty


Senior Morganne Faler, center, presides over festivities as the Indian Lake High School homecoming queen for 2014. The court also includes, from left: sophomore attendant Emma Powers, senior attendant Josie Corwin, junior attendant Hannah Kilgore and freshman attendant Gianna Hagedorn. Homecoming events begin at 6:30 p.m. Thursday with a community parade and rally in downtown Russells Point. The homecoming game against Graham is Friday evening and the homecoming dance is Saturday at ILHS. (PHOTO | ILHS)

Last Updated on Tuesday, 30 September 2014

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ILMS hall of fame grows


The Academic Hall of Fame at Indian Lake Middle School grew with the recent induction of 11 new members, including, from left: Aubrey Grider, Lauren Anderson, K. Xander Vance, Tatum Reprogle, Kevin McLane, Mary Ann Wahl, Spencer Klauer, Terrin Bok, Spencer Wolf, Jade-Lynn Lewis and Tommy Meek. To be eligible, students must have maintained a 3.8 GPA, maintained a 98-percent attendance rate, and have been enrolled at ILMS 70 percent of the semesters of their middle school years. (ILMS HALL OF FAME PIC IN SCHOOL.)

Last Updated on Tuesday, 30 September 2014

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All together


The Midwest Regional ESC, in conjunction with Bellefontaine City Schools, recently hosted an Agency Fair at the Bellefontaine Intermediate School for teachers participating in the Resident Educator Program, a requirement of all beginning teachers. A variety of agencies from Logan, Hardin and Shelby counties attended, including the United Way of Logan County, Marmon Valley Farm, Hilliker Y, Logan County Chamber of Commerce, Bellefontaine Police Department, Hardin County Library, Logan County Library, Logan County Soil and Water Conservation District, Shelby County Soil and Water Conservation District and the Logan County Education Foundation. The teachers also participated in classroom management sessions provided by local educators. (PHOTO | MIDWEST REGIONAL ESC)

Last Updated on Thursday, 25 September 2014

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Young Americans to perform


Approximately 250 students from throughout Logan County are part of a Young Americans workshop this week being hosted at Benjamin Logan High School. The workshop called Turn Up the Music is hosted by 47 members of the California-based Young Americans music and performance team that travels throughout the United States putting on performances. The three-day workshop that began Sunday will culminate with a 7 p.m. performance today at Ben Logan High School, Ben Logan vocal music instructor Christy Fout said. Tickets are $10 for adults and $8 for students. (EXAMINER PHOTO | REUBEN MEES)

Last Updated on Tuesday, 23 September 2014

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WL-S to crown royalty


West Liberty-Salem will crown its king and queen during a homecoming ceremony at 6 p.m. Friday prior to the football game against Northeastern at the high school stadium. The court and royalty candidates include, from left, front row: Queen candidates Kylee Hormann, Rachel Ritter, Bryanna Floyd, Kylie Detwiler and Karlie Wilber, junior attendant Catrina Shank, sophomore attendant Grace Woodruff and freshman attendant Regan Hormann; back row: King candidates Zach Henault, Connor Woods, Sam Warye, Maverick Aldo and Trent Thomas. Homecoming festivities begin with a parade through the village at 7 p.m. Thursday, culminating with a bonfire and pep rally at Lions Park. (PHOTO | WEST LIBERTY SCHOOLS)

Last Updated on Tuesday, 23 September 2014

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Ben Logan FFA

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The Benjamin Logan High School FFA's officer team gathered for the annual two-day officer retreat at the Malabar Farm in June. The retreat then moved on to Mohican State Park Lodge for more meetings and a packed dinner. The officers went on a scavenger around the lodge that required them to talk to people using public speaking skills and finding different things in nature.

Last Updated on Monday, 22 September 2014

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BHS Class of 1969


The Bellefontaine High School Class of 1969 recently gathered for its 45-year reunion at the Huntsville Event Center. Attendees included, from left, row one: Deb Wall Gorham, Jan Hall Smith, Doris Smith Heminger, Bronwyn Scudds Skidmore, Jenny Proctor, Becky Hall Nichol, Dava Royer, Vernon Hunt, Tess Wilde Linkenhoker and Bryan Davis; row two: Steve Henry, Norell Highland, Don Brown, Kathy Dee McClure, Noreen Bowdle Atkins, Chuck Harman, Bob Roll, Ann Beck, Ed Swartz, Christy Schuler Jankowski, Howard Traul and Jerry Davis; row three: Chuck Haw, Tony Vance, Dan Smith, Rick Dyer, Steve Thackery, Tom Wren, Jim Allen and Dave Cordrey; row four: Steve Donahue, Jeff Purdin, Bob Brugler, Joe Wise, Jesse Williams and Carl VanVoorhies.

Last Updated on Friday, 19 September 2014

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Riverside royalty


Destany Jones and Tanner Lane, shown at right, are the queen and king, respectively of Riverside homecoming, which is Friday as the Pirates take on Ridgemont in 7 p.m. football action. Members of their court include from the left from bottom to top, seniors Tyler Daniels and Kyndra Strayer, juniors Landon Kelsey and Abby Proffitt, sophomores Joey Kaeck and Leah Wilkinson and freshmen Trey Lane and Hailey Robinson. (PHOTO | RIVERSIDE SCHOOLS)

Last Updated on Thursday, 18 September 2014

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