Wayne Trace Spelling Bee Winner

Friday, December 1, Wayne Trace seventh and eighth grade students participated in their annual junior high spelling bee.  Eighth-grader Faith Meraz, last year’s reigning champion, took first place in the spelling bee, correctly spelling “grandiose” and then “atoll.”  Congratulations to both Faith as well as eighth-grade runner-up, Isaiah Pirani. Congratulations!

Stans’s Ramblings

To my way of thinking By: Stan Jordan The biggest share of NCAA college football is over. Now there are 12 – 15 different bowl games. For some schools, a sort of a Coupe De Grace. But let’s talk about the National Championship Series, better known as the NCS, generally known, controlled and put on…

EAST ALLEN UNIVERSITY STUDENT RECEIVES HIGH HONORS AT STATE LEVEL

INTESOL (Indiana Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages) Journal editors accepted original K-12 ELL student artwork for consideration for the cover of the Fall 2017 journal issue. Artwork of any medium such as sketching, painting, sculpture, collage, etc… were accepted from several students throughout the State of Indiana. The 2017 Fall journal cover…

Synergy does fall clean-up

Students from SYNERGY Learning Center recently spent time at Hiestand Woods Park in Van Wert, doing a fall clean-up, and putting picnic tables away for winter.  The students are:  Owen Denny (Wayne Trace), Michael Nash (Van Wert), Justin Roberts (Van Wert), Larry Stahl (Wayne Trace) James West (Lincolnview), Max Maroney (Crestview), Mr. Dan Kline (SYNERGY…

Paulding Putnam Electric’s Heather Hunt Graduates from Two Year Training Program

Paulding Putnam Electric Cooperative (PPEC) would like to congratulate Human Resource Manager Heather Hunt for recently graduating from a leadership course called RELITE, which stands for: Rural Electric Leaders in Training Exchange. RELITE is a two-year program created to help develop cooperative employees into knowledgeable, committed and effective leaders for their cooperatives and communities. Hunt…

NSCC’s Medical Assisting AND Phlebotomy Technician Students Recognized in Ceremony

Nine students completing Northwest State Community College’s medical assisting associate degree or phlebotomy technician certificate program were recently recognized in a special ceremony held for the graduates. Both options lead to entry-level positions in the health care field, and students earning the phlebotomy technician certificate may choose to continue their education for an associate degree…