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Hayswood Foundation, administrator of the G. L. and Elsie H. Downing Scholarship program, has announced recipients for the 2022-2023 college year. Eight first-time recipients were selected. Jacob Brown, son of Owen and Paula Brown of May’s Lick, is a 2022 graduate of Mason County High School. He will continue his...
The 2022 high school sports season got underway Thursday with the Adam Sharp Memorial McClain Invitational at Buckeye Hills Country Club. Many of the Frontier Athletic Conference teams took part. In the boys’ meet, Circleville won with a team score of 169. Other team scores were Wilmington 177, Washington 180,...
ZANESVILLE, OH- The Maysville Panthers are getting ready for their upcoming football season and with almost all of their skill players returning they will look to lean on them to keep the offense rolling. This season the Panthers will begin with an almost entirely new offensive line. The offense will...
Samantha Jones, the daughter of Curtis and Rachel Jones of Hillsboro, has been awarded a $500 HCRTA Scholarship by the Highland County Retired Teachers Association. Jones is a recent graduate of Hillsboro High School. Her plans include attending Liberty University in the fall, pursuing both bachelor of education degrees in elementary education and special education general curriculum (K-6).
Champlain College is pleased to announce that Randi Jonas of West Union, Ohio recently graduated from Champlain College after the spring 2022 semester. Jonas was one of 587 students who completed their degree requirements and received their diploma at this time. Jonas completed a Bachelor of Science degree in Health Care Administration.
The Hillsboro High School class of 1972 is planning 50th class reunion for SAturday, Oct. 1 at the Backroom Paradise near New Market. The class has 11 people it can’t find addresses for. Those 11 people are Ann Badgley, Joe Crabtree, Miles Gilbert, Bob Moon, Joyce Musser, Joyce Prater, Becky Pyle, Deborrah Ray, Debby Shelton, John Shorten and Crystal Walker. If anyone knows how those people can be reached they can email Sue Golden Boatman at [email protected] or send it snail mail to her at 327 W. Walnut St., Hillsboro, Ohio 45133.
Two Southern State Community College faculty members were recently recognized by the Ohio Department of Higher Education for assisting with the Ohio Transfer 36 initiative, a new process for reviewing statewide transfer guarantees. SSCC Assistant Professor of English Annie Rankin was recognized for serving on an arts and humanities panel,...
Allison Hughes has been selected as the latest recipient of the Katie DeSpain Scholarship. Allison is a 2022 graduate of St. Patrick High School, and the daughter of David and Tammy Hughes of Brooksville. At St. Patrick, Allison was a member of the student council, Future Business Leaders of America, Pro-Life Club, and the National Honor Society. She was captain of the soccer team, and also of the basketball team where she was a member of the 1000 Point Club and the second leading scorer in school history. She also participated on the cross country, softball, and tennis teams.
The Provost of Maysville Community and Technical College, Dr. Thomas Ware, celebrated his last day at MCTC on Tuesday, July 26. Ware has been provost of MCTC since 2017 and said he enjoyed his time at the college but he is looking forward to a new position. “I’ve been given...
The Morehead State University community mourns the loss of former professor and dean of MSU’s College of Business, Dr. William “Bill” Whitaker (Class of 1964), who passed away July 11, 2022. He was a native of Maysville. Whitaker was a 1961 graduate of the Breckinridge Training School....
Two leaders from Southern State Community College, including a Washington C.H. resident, have graduated as fellows of the second Ohio Leadership Academy for Student Success. Michelle Callender (Academic/Career Advisor) of Washington Court House and Dr. Rain Nielsen (Assistant Professor of Chemistry) of Williamsburg were among nearly 40 leaders representing all of Ohio’s community colleges that graduated June 15, 2022, as part of the academy organized by the Ohio Association of Community Colleges (OACC). It is the first of its kind in the nation to gather mid-level administrators, faculty and staff for a year of training, exchanging ideas and immersion in how to promote student success.
National Cooperative Bank (NCB) has released its annual impact data for the bank’s digital financial education curriculum it provides to high school students across Highland County. The curriculum was made available to schools at no cost through NCB’s strategic partnership with EVERFI. Since launching the financial education initiative...
The Maysville Branch of American Association of University was held on June 28, at 212 at the Club. The meeting was called to order by President Sharyn White- Coe as she welcomed 11 members and eight guests with a quote from Maya Angelou, “You only become truly accomplished at something you love,”.