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Granville’s Reding Named STEM Educator of the Year

NEWARK, Ohio, August 15, 2017 – The Works: Ohio Center for History, Art & Technology has presented the STEM Educator of the Year award to James Reding, Science Teacher at Granville High School. Reding teaches AP environmental science and pioneered Granville’s Land Lab, a unique outdoor classroom used by more than 300 students annually. The Land Lab promotes conservation education …

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DeWine Offers Consumers Tips for Purchasing Solar Eclipse Glasses

(COLUMBUS, Ohio) — Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine today offered consumer protection tips ahead of the August 21 solar eclipse. “Ohioans of all ages are intrigued by the upcoming solar eclipse, but safety needs to be a priority to avoid permanent eye damage,” said Attorney General DeWine. “We want consumers to be informed before buying solar eclipse glasses.” The American …

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“Jersey” brings music of Springsteen to Ariel-Foundation Park

MOUNT VERNON, Ohio – “Jersey” will bring the music of Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band to life at Ariel-Foundation Park on Saturday, Aug. 19, at 7:30 p.m. The event is free. Guests may bring their own chairs or use those provided by the park. Jersey, the Bruce Springsteen Tribute Band, was formed with one goal–to pay tribute to …

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Aug. 20 Concert on the Green to Welcome Back Students & Staff

Granville Schools, in partnership with RevLocal, is sponsoring the Aug. 20 Concert on the Green at the Bryn Du Mansion. The event to welcome students and staff back to school features Eagles tribute band Hotel California. The free concert begins at 6:30 p.m. Bring chairs or a blanket, and pack a picnic or purchase dinner from the Mai Chau food …

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Richland County Law Enforcement Appreciation Night a fun time

On Tuesday Night different law enforcement agencies in Richland County met at O’Charley’s on Lexington Springmill Road in Ontario. The event, in it’s second year, is put on by Jeff Rickel and Ontario Mayor Randy Hutchinson spoke at the event as well as Ms. Ontario. There were classic cars, prizes and alot of law enforcement on hand. Officer Wallace with …

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Patrol promotes school bus safety

Morrow / Knox Counties – Summer break ends for thousands of Ohio children in just a day when they head back to school. For many, their day starts and ends by riding on a school bus. School buses are required to be inspected twice every year to ensure the buses are safe to transport children to and from school, as …

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Quinn Set to Lead at MVNU as Director of Athletics

FROM MVNU: As the beginning of the 2017-2018 school year approaches, the Mount Vernon Nazarene University Athletic Department is pleased to announce the hire of Aaron Quinn as the Director of Athletics. Quinn was hired to the position of Director of Athletics in June of 2017. Aaron and his family first relocated to MVNU in June of 2016 when he …

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The Works to Host Solar Eclipse Viewing with Local Expert

The Works: Ohio Center for History, Art & Technology invites all members of the public to view the solar eclipse with expert guidance from The Ohio State University at Newark faculty member Dr. Michael Stamatikos, assistant professor in the Department of Physics, Department of Astronomy and Center for Cosmology and Astro-Particles Physics. All ages are welcome. The event will take …

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Richland County Law Enforcement Appreciation Day Tuesday

This years Richland County Law Enforcement Appreciation Day will be held on August 15th from 4:00 PM to 9:00 PM . This will be the second year for the event and O’Charley’s Restaurant in Ontario will once again play host. Last year’s event drew a large crowd. Local residents were given a chance to meet police officers from all branches …

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Doug Mulpas elected Oldtime Farming Festival marshal

Doug Mulpas elected Oldtime Farming Festival marshal Centerburg farmer Doug Mulpas was elected as the 2017 Oldtime Farming Festival Marshal by the members of the Festival. The 1974 graduate of Centerburg has lived in the area since he was 6 years old. Following graduation, he went to work with his dad at Columbia Gas, then worked at Delaware Bus Company, …

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