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The Ashland County Board of Health parted ways with the Ashland County Health Department's health commissioner on Monday, Nov. 23.
The school year has been anything but normal for Ashland County school districts, but Ashland City, Crestview, Hillsdale and Mapleton Schools have all offered at least some in-person instruction for students.
The Hillsdale Local School District has operated in a hybrid fashion for the entire 2020-21 school year and intends to continue in that way as of now.
The Mapleton Local School District has offered in-person education without interruption since the beginning of the school year on Aug. 24 -- one of the earliest first days of school within Ashland County.
The Ashland City School District has offered in-person learning for the duration of the 2020-21 school year.
Nearly three months into the 2020-21 school year, Crestview Local School District's Superintendent Randy Dunlap says it's going well -- considering the circumstances.
Less than 1 percent of employee cases of COVID-19 within the University Hospitals Healthcare System have been attributed to work exposure, according communications and development manager Kathy Witmer.
The Ashland County Health Department (ACHD) intends to spend its additional $200,000 in coronavirus aid on contact tracing and monitoring staff, equipment and supplies, according to Health Commissioner Heather Reffett.
ASHLAND -- Ashland County is among 68 counties designated as "red" in the Thursday update of Ohio's color-coded Public Health Advisory System.
ASHLAND -- Ashland County is again designated as "red" in the state's color-coded Public Health Advisory System.