A Willard man has been named the 2016 North Central State College Student of the Year.
Daniel Murray, the son of Donald Murray and the late Jean Murray, will receive the honor on Friday, May 6 at graduation ceremonies on the NCSC campus in Mansfield. He is also the grandson of the late Raymond and Irene Fitzwater. He and his wife, Heather, live in Willard.
Murray was also one of 55 students across the state to be named to the All-Ohio Academic Team on April 21 during ceremonies at the Ohio Statehouse Atrium.
He also received a commendation from the Ohio Senate and the Ohio House of Representatives, along with a scholarship. They were presented to him by Dr. Dorey Diab, president of North Central State College...Read More
SHELBY - Shelby High School students ventured out and had the trip of a lifetime by traveling to Europe over their spring break in March.
Shelby High School teacher Katie Will explained there were 25 students, one parent, and four teachers who were able to embark on the European trip.
During the expedition, Will said the group started out in Athens, Greece where they were able to see the Parthenon and they also visited some of the temples of the Greek Gods.
“A lot of the things we saw were excavated. So, it was really hard to imagine them all being covered in dirt. We also went to Olympia and were able to see the sight of the ancient Olympic Games,” Will said...Read More
Renovations are continuing at the Willard Memorial Library. Laura Lee Wilson, director of the Huron County Community Library, told members of the board of trustees work is “moving right along.”
“We were waiting for a steel delivery,” Wilson said. “That delivery was made on Friday, and they have laid the pads for the stairwell.
“By my estimation, we are about three weeks behind on the schedule we began on Jan. 18,” she added. “They said it would be a 90-day project, and, of course, we are beyond that.”...Read More
New London FFA members, parents and friends gathered for the annual banquet to celebrate a years worth of achievements on Friday evening at New London High School.
“It is amazing how much has happened over the course of just one year,” said FFA advisor Megan Riley. “There have been some up and downs and some amazing moments.”...Read More
Four hundred twenty-five members and guests attended the Wynford FFA Chapter banquet recently. Several members and FFA officers from Colonel Crawford were special guests for the evening. The banquet started with a potluck meal in the high school gymnasium. During the meal, families were invited to stand together for family pictures and group pictures as a memento of the night. Some of the pictures will be on display during the county fair when the students are showing their projects and animals. Students also handed out door prizes that was supplied by area business supporters...Read More
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