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BLUFFTON, Ohio—Bluffton University’s nursing program has been granted the full five-year accreditation by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE), the nation’s leading accrediting agency for nursing programs at the bachelor’s, master’s and residency levels. The accreditation status follows a successful virtual site accreditation visit with an evaluation team composed of three CCNE-appointed nursing education […]

Hardin County Prosecutor Brad Bailey is refuting a couple from Wyandot County who he says is trying to affiliate his office with the promotion of what he calls their antisemitic propaganda and ideologies. In a release, Bailey stated that Katja and Logan Lawrence improperly posted his office’s website as a client insinuating that his office […]

Reports about a Nazi homeschooling network operating out of Upper Sandusky has residents up in arms and officials calling for an investigation. The so-called Dissident Homeschool program allegedly operated by a couple only known as “Mr. and Mrs. Saxton” supposedly distributed Nazi material to around 2500 subscribers as part of their educational material. When the […]

(LAKEWOOD, Ohio)—Ohio Governor Mike DeWine announced that more than 900 additional schools will receive state funding support for physical safety and security upgrades as part of the latest round of Ohio’s K-12 School Safety Grant Program.   Governor DeWine made the announcement this morning while visiting Lakewood High School in Cuyahoga County, which is one of […]

LIMA, OH—The Superior Foundation is pleased to announce that it has approved $30,000 in funding to award up to thirty $1,000 scholarships this spring. Any Superior Credit Union member who meets the scholarship eligibility requirements is welcome to apply. “We are excited to offer this opportunity to our members,” said Pam Shaw, Executive Director. “As […]

ADA, Ohio – T.K. Coleman, the co-founder of Praxis, an apprenticeship program designed to help aspiring young professionals launch their careers, and the education director at Foundation for Economic Education (FEE), will serve as the keynote speaker for the T.J. Smull College of Engineering’s 2023 Spotts Lecture. The free, public event will take place on […]

A U.S. 30 exit ramp in Wyandot County is scheduled to be closed for at least a day next week. The U.S. 30 eastbound exit ramp to U.S. 23 northbound on the northwest side of the city of Upper Sandusky will close on Tuesday, February 7, for approximately one day for repair. Traffic will be […]

Ohio’s Spring Severe Weather Awareness Week: March 19-25, 2023 Columbus, OH – As part of the 2023 Severe Weather Awareness campaign, the Ohio Committee for Severe Weather Awareness (OCSWA), in cooperation with the National Weather Service and the Ohio Emergency Management Agency (EMA), are announcing that the annual Severe Weather Awareness Poster Contest is open […]

Ridgemont’s Family Literacy Night has been scheduled for Wednesday February 8. It will run from 5 until 6:30 at the Ridgemont Local Schools. The night will feature literacy games, crafts and food. The Spanish Club will be selling hotdogs, chips and other snacks as a fundraiser for the upcoming trip. Also as part of the […]

A small, but vocal, group called Bring Emrelle Home held a protest on the south side of the Hardin County Courthouse in downtown Kenton Wednesday afternoon. The group is protesting the removal of a baby from a home in November of 2022 over alleged abuse allegations against the baby’s parents. The baby has not been […]

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