Inside a Hillsdale High School classroom Tuesday morning, two boys competed to see who could hold an object in the air the longest. One hoisted a textbook in the air, and the other daringly held a cup of water above his own head.
ASHLAND -- Cassandra Wygal works hard to give her two children a good life, but sometimes she needs some help to do so. A single mother of two young boys, Wygal has often turned to Ashland County’s School-Community Liaison Program for guidance.
BELLVILLE — Before becoming Clear Fork’s athletic director, Jeff Gottfried taught mathematics in the district for two decades. But this time the equation he was trying to solve was unsolvable.
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Managing stormwater is even more fun with a beautifully painted barrel.
The first three episodes of "Shop Talk" have officially launched.
I was sitting in my dentist's chair last month, a mouth full of tools as the check-up began, and he was telling me about his daughter.
MANSFIELD -- Is it possible to complete a high school sports season amid the COVID-19 pandemic?
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Nearly two months before the COVID-19 pandemic arrived in Ashland County, area leaders met to consider how to respond to a potential influenza-like global pandemic.