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Well Wishes Given To Cannon As She Leaves PCTC

SHELBY - Community members, faculty, friends, and family bid an emotional farewell to Pioneer Career and Technology Center's Superintendent Glenna Cannon during her retirement open house on Tuesday afternoon.

Cannon has spent the last 28 years of her career at Pioneer and over the last nine years she has served as the first female superintendent. Cannon has 35 years total in the State Teacher Retirement System...Read More

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Ply-Shi Tackles Packed Agenda

PLYMOUTH - Superintendent Dr. James Metcalf and Treasurer Brenda Schwamberger presented their recommendations before the Plymouth-Shiloh Board of Education during the regular meeting on Monday evening.

President of the board Tom Miller explained a date, time, and place for the organizational meeting and regular meeting for the first of the year needed to be established. Metcalf suggested the date of Monday, January 12 at 5:30 p.m. The regular board meeting would follow after the organizational meeting and the location would be at the board office. The board unanimously approved the date, time, and place of both meetings...Read More

City Council Approves 2015 Appropriations

Members of Willard City Council approved the budget for the coming year. According to the city charter, an ordinance for passage of appropriations only takes one reading by council.

The income tax revenues for November exceeded expectations for 2014 in total, according to Sue Johnson, finance director for the City of Willard. With one more month in this year, she told council members this will put the city over what was budgeted in those revenues for 2014...Read More

NL Safety Services Honor Their Own At Annual Banquet

Members of Firelands Ambulance Service (FAS) and the New London Fire Department gathered December 13 to honor their own at the annual Safety Forces Banquet held in the Hileman Building at Recreation Park.

Fire Chief John Chapin welcomed firefighters and ambulance personnel, spouses and guests, who included New London Councilman Marion Paramore and Huron County Emergency Management Agency Director Jason Roblin...Read More

One Man Changes Another Man's Dream

Josh Schieber did not plan to be a schoolteacher. His dream as a child was to grow up to be a farmer and to live on the family farm. That was before he stepped into Mr. Mike Hoffman's vocational agriculture class at Wynford High School. Mr. Hoffman opened a whole new world to Josh. Josh describes Mr. Hoffman as the most caring individual he has ever met. He always made FFA exciting and encouraged the students to think on their own. Mr. Hoffman made teaching so interesting Josh decided he could learn about farming and teach at the same time. After graduation from Ohio State University, he taught in Nebraska...Read More

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