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Harvey Alston bringing 'be the best' message to town

Oct 7, 2014 • Marion Star
MARION – Motivational speaker Harvey Alston will bring his message "Be the Best" to Marion Harding High School on Friday morning, according to a news release. The public is invited to a session for parents from noon to 1 p.m. Friday in the Harding ... More

Girls Empowerment Circle seeks city schools volunteers

Oct 12, 2014 • Marion Star
MARION – The students in the Girls Empowerment Circle at Harding High School spent part of their Wednesday meeting planning events and part of it talking about domestic violence and female empowerment. Senior Armani Borden said her time in the group ... More

ENGAGEMENT: Susie Layne and Ashton Plumley

Oct 6, 2014 • Marion Star
... daughter Susie to Ashton Channing Plumley, son of Mr. and Mrs. Doran Plumley Jr. of Caledonia and Ms. Richelle Reed of Marion. The bride-to-be is a graduate of Harding High School and The Ohio State University with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology. More

It Happened In Crawford County: Doctors in 1970

Oct 3, 2014 • Bucyrus Telegraph Forum
Darrel D. Bibler born in 1905 in Marion County to Harry and Rose Heller Bibler. He attended elementary school at Brush Ridge and Grand Prairie. Darrel graduated from Harding High School, Marion, attended Ohio Wesleyan University graduating in ... More

Ohio receives 7-year, $24.5 million GEAR UP grant

Oct 2, 2014 • The Highland County Press
Ohio's GEAR UP school partners are from the cities of Parma (Greenbriar Middle School and Parma High School), Marion (Grant Middle School and Harding High School), Norwood (Norwood Middle School and Norwood High School), and Crooksville ... More

Wilmington College gives award to Marion man

Sep 15, 2014 • Marion Star
WILMINGTON – Marion resident Tieran Mekai-Torin Mason, Chestnut Street, is the recipient of a $7,000 recognition award and a $5,000 multicultural award to attend Wilmington College, a news release states. He plans to major in veterinary medicine. More

Speed limit change approved for Caledonia road

Sep 18, 2014 • Marion Star
Signs will be posted after the Ohio Department of Transportation reviews the decision. Also at their regular Thursday meeting, commissioners approved a $469,000 bid recommended by the Marion County Sanitary Engineer's Office to repair a deteriorated ... More

Too small to survive

Sep 26, 2014 • Morrow County Sentinel
Although Florida is larger and more populous than Ohio, it has only 67 school districts. Ohio has a whopping 613! Unfortunately, many of our school districts (SDs) are too small to survive without an extra tax called the school district income tax (SD ... More

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