Mr. Ian Schwab, son of Tim and Jamie Schwab, was named the West Lafayette Rotary student of the month for April. Ian is a varsity football player, participates in track and wrestling since 6th grade, doing two years in high school.
Devil's Den, once a popular tourist attraction in Tuscarawas County, was discovered in the 1770's, and frequented by American Indian tribes that resided in the area at that time.
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The sixth-grade team is proud to share some interesting facts about Payton Bruce, their star student for the month of April. Payton is a quiet young lady, who comes to school ready to learn, works hard every day and completes assignments on time.
Congratulations to Morgan Burtscher for being selected as the April Student of the Month for Newcomerstown High School. Morgan is a member of the National Honor Society, and she has been a three-time Scholar Award recipient.
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Buckeye Career Center has honored two students as the April Students of the Month.
Two new members were inducted into the Newcomerstown High School Leo Club. Seen here are Brea Garretson, Leo President; Tanner Norman and Caitlin Glazer, new members; and Nicholas Page, Leo Advisor.
As consumer interest in electric vehicles remains high with 15 percent of Americans likely to buy an electric vehicle as their next car, AAA is announcing its top electric, hybrid, and other efficient vehicles for 2017.
In the 2015 Community Health Needs Assessment conducted by Healthy Tusc, 35 percent of Tuscarawas County adults and 46 percent of southern Tuscarawas County adults reported having arthritis, a painful condition that involves inflammation in one or more joints.
Cub Scout Pack 424 and Boy Scout Troop 424, both sponsored by the American Legion Post 431 held a crossover ceremony for the WEBELOS 2's crossing over from Cub Scouts to Boy Scouts. The ceremony was conducted at the East School on Saturday, April 15.
The National Council for Home Safety and Security announces their Safest Cities in Ohio for 2017. Russell Township, Chester Township, Dover, Bay Village, and Bellevue are the Top 5.
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The Educational Research Center of America (ERCA) is awarding $25,000 in scholarships for the 2016-2017 academic school year, to 18 high school students throughout the country to use for higher education expenses.
The Vocal Ensemble at The Ohio State University at Newark will present a spring concert on Friday, April 21, at 7:30 p.m. in Founders Hall Auditorium on the shared campus of Ohio State Newark and Central Ohio Technical College (COTC). Admission is free and open to the public.
The Dover Public Library will host a special evening with author John Haigh on Thursday, April 27 at 6:30 PM as part of the library's Nights at the Round Table Author Series.
The Tuscarawas County Literacy Coalition is pleased to announce its 2017 One Book, One Community selection for Tuscarawas County: Wonder by R.J. Palacio.
Over 60 Buckeye Career Center students participated in the Ohio SkillsUSA Championships in Columbus Tuesday. The results were announced Wednesday at the 65th annual awards ceremony.
Congratulations to these students for being selected as the April Student of the Month at West Elementary School for their grade level -- Camryn Hunt, 5th grade; Jaelyn Weingarth, 4th grade; Zane Popadak, 3rs grade; Nelson Moubray, 2nd grade.
Buckeye Career Center is celebrating 40 years of educating students in Tuscarawas County, while also inviting prospective students, community members, and alumni to come see the facility and gather with friends.
The following students from the area have been inducted into an honor society or honor fraternity at Muskingum University in New Concord, Ohio. Inductions were celebrated during Parents and Family Weekend, held from March 31 to April 2 on campus.
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4th GRADE Principal Roll 4th Grade: Natalee Cunningham, Ashley Farver, Emily Fechuch, Ava Israel, Ava Kulbacki, Grant Lahmers, Sunny Maple, Sidney Moore, Hart Newell, Katelyn Scott, Maggie Shannon, Brynn Waters Honor Roll 4th Grade: Jordyne Carpenter, Nikayle Chipner, Kiley Hahn, Ho
A good haircut can set the stage for a positive day and even a positive outlook on life. That was the goal Tuesday, April 4th when 22 Claymont Intermediate 4th and 5th graders were bused to Buckeye Career Center to receive free haircuts from the Cosmetology program juniors.