SHELBY - Pioneer Career and Technology Center Board of Education met on Monday night and Superintendent Gregory Nickoli made a recommendation to accept $4,730.85 in grant monies for the Carl D. Perkins Grant.
The Board also voted to adopt the 2017-2018 High School, Adult Education and Early Childhood Education calendars and fee schedule.
Pioneer Career and Technology Center has chosen Tyler Trapp and Mason Noland as March Students of the Month.Trapp, a senior from Buckeye Central High School, is enrolled in the Medical Technology Program. He is the son of Darren and Angie Trapp.Noland is a junior from Shelby High School, and is enrolled in the Engineering Design Program.He is the son of Kristin Noland...Read More
SHELBY - A South Street resident attended the Shelby City Council meeting Monday night to express her concern over her neighbor’s trash that piles up on her property and the rat infestation that has come with it.
Mary Snipes, who lives at 50 South Street, addressed council and said she has a problem with trash and said rats are tearing up her shed.
“I have called and called since January 5 and I want something done about it,” she said. “I have three children...rats are tearing up my shed. Rats are disgusting and they carry diseases. I’ve picked up trash today, if you would like to see it, because this is how tired of it I am...Read More
The Willard Board of Education recognized the girls varsity bowling team for being state runners-up at its March meeting.
“Last Friday our girls competed in the state tournament in Columbus,” said Willard High School Principal Chris Schaaf. “I can speak as a dad that I’m very proud, I have a daughter that was on that team. As the principal of the school, I can tell you as freshmen, that’s a first time a lot of them had ever bowled.
“They went to sectionals, just didn’t do real well,” Schaaf noted. “But the next year, they went to districts hoping they’d make it out of districts. Didn’t do real well. As juniors, almost made it out of districts, and then this year they just knocked it out of the park.”
Coach Steve Chambers expressed the team’s appreciation for the family and school support....Read More
A resolution passed by New London Council members during Monday night’s meeting allows for a 100 percent property tax abatement for 15 years for Firelands Electric Cooperative, Inc. (FEC).
FEC and the village have negotiated terms for tax incentives for a new facility project on Industrial Parkway in New London.
FEC General Manager April Bordas indicated a new facility is being looked at for two reasons. “We are landlocked with no room to expand and our warehouse is in a flood plain.”
The warehouse has been under water at least twice, Bordas pointed out. “There was significant damage done to the building. In fact we have a historical mark from the State of Ohio as to how high the water was during one of those floods. It is four feet or so off the ground. Then there was a second flood, so it has been damaged twice that I know of...Read More
National FFA week took place even though most schools had Monday off because of President’s Day. Shelby FFA Chapter packed as many activities possible in the four day week.
Tuesday was the kick-off with students wearing country apparel, competing in goldfish races, a cheese tasting contest and a trip to Snow trails.
Wednesday, the students wore tractor apparel and drove their tractors to school. From small lawn tractors to the large International Harvester tractors were on display in the east lot at the high school...Read More
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Shelby Football vs. Norwalk
Shelby Volleyball vs. Western Reserve
Shelby Cross Country at Galion Invitational
Shelby Tennis vs. Upper Sandusky