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Motivational Speaker To Address Bullying

SHELBY - A Shelby High School teacher known for outreach and service has helped to bring an international motivational speaker to Shelby to address the issue of bullying with middle and high school students.

Nick Vujicic is bringing his "Stand Strong" initiative to Shelby on Wednesday, October 7 at 1:00 p.m. Vujicic was born without limbs. He has spoken in over 54 countries and has been featured on Oprah, 60 Minutes, and TLC, according to SHS teacher Stephanie McCoy.

McCoy and Campus Life are hosting the event, which is open to the public, middle school aged and older...Read More

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'Book Vault' To Offer Book, Wine Lovers A Place To Gather And Have Conversation

SHELBY- The Vault Wine Bar and Marvin Memorial Library are joining together to present a new kind of book club, 'The Book Vault', which will be opened to the entire community.

Co-owner of The Vault, Cindy Lash explained the initial idea for the book club came from Marvin Memorial.

"The library came to me with the idea, which I thought was great," Lash stated...Read More

Frederick Writes Book About Early Years In Willard

A Willard native has recalled his early years in a newly published book and has provided a glimpse into the past of the City of Willard. Joseph Frederick started 10 years ago to write his book, "People + Me," which depicted his life in the 1950's and 1960's.

"My father once told me, when you live in a community, you owe it to the community to leave the world better than when you came into the world," Frederick said. "That has always been a kind of guiding principle...Read More

High School Drivers Meet The Challenge

Finally being a student and a responsible driver has paid off, literally. Friday morning, for the second year in a row, AAA, with the help of New London High School and local law enforcement, hosted the Huron County Drivers Competition where students competed for the chance to win first prize of $300.

Sixteen students from New London, South Central, Norwalk High, Western Reserve and Monroeville high schools competed in three different assessments to test their driving knowledge, skill and maneuverability...Read More

Shelby FFA Field Day

Field Day at Shelby High School means fun, food and education. The students prepared a wall of various mature bean plants for a demonstration, worked diligently on a cookout, setting up the food line, and a couple of students gave informative speeches while the visitors ate.

Morgan Vogt told the history of hybrid corn along with a slide show. She explained that the hybrid corn seed hit the market in 1926. The farmers were skeptical, with many of them on the verge of bankruptcy due to the start of the depression. Spending double on a new or so called hybrid seed was a gamble...Read More

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Shelby Tennis vs. Ontario

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Shelby Volleyball vs. Seneca East

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