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  • Local Schools Info
    on August 20, 2019 at 3:21 am

    PUBLIC SCHOOLS Ashland County Community Academy 716 Union St., Ashland, 419-903-0295, fax 419-903-0341; Allen Wilson, superintendent and principal; www.accaaces.org Ashland City Schools Administration - 1407 Claremont Ave., Ashland, 419-289-1117, www.ashland-city.k12.oh.us; Doug Marrah, superintendent; Rob Knabe, business manager; Susan Guthrie, treasurer Ashland High School - 1440 King Road, Ashland, 419-289-7968, fax 419- 289-8218; [...

  • 9-year-old packs police car trunk in school supply collection effort
    by By JIM BREWER Correspondent on August 20, 2019 at 3:21 am

    LOUDONVILLE — When 9-year-old Laney Polen learned earlier this summer that the Loudonville Church Women had issued a challenge to the community to pack a police car with donated school supplies for needy children, she made a challenge to herself. "I will fill the trunk of the police car with donated supplies I collect," the determined youngster said. And she did just that. The daughter of Dave and Jennifer Polen put the word out that she was gathering donated [...

  • Five New Hope members take mission trip to the Ukraine
    by By JIM BREWER Correspondent on August 20, 2019 at 3:21 am

    LOUDONVILLE — Five members of the New Hope Community Church in Loudonville — Mari Colace, Ron Kline, Megan Strother, Beth Wilson and Mona McMullen — spent June 30 through July 9 in the Ukraine, a former Soviet and now independent nation in Eastern Europe, north of the Black Sea. McMullen noted "while I was there, I felt like I was in the Land of Oz, as we were greeted with lots of love and saw a land of beautiful buildings, rainbows, poppies, goodness and signs [...

  • Arts Alive program culminates with original musical
    by By JIM BREWER Correspondent on August 20, 2019 at 3:21 am

    LOUDONVILLE — The Arts Alive 2019 Drama Camp performed an original musical last Friday, Aug. 9, at The Ohio Theatre to conclude the week-long performance-based arts program. The Arts Alive program has been going on since 2012 when creator and founder of the program, Sally Hollenbach, wanted to have something that would give kids in the community the opportunity to use their imaginations and be able to get performing experience. The camp lasted for one week and in [...

  • This Week’s Personality: Kim Rush takes lead in Booster fundraising
    by By JIM BREWER Correspondent on August 20, 2019 at 3:21 am

    LOUDONVILLE — Last winter, during basketball season, one of the regular workers at the basketball concession stands run by the Loudonville-Perrysville Athletic Boosters Club asked Kim Rush if she’d like to help sometime. "I did, and really had a good time doing it," she said. "So, I told them I would help whenever I could." In the time since, Rush has been appointed to the Boosters Board of Directors, and is now the coordinator of all fundraising for the [...

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