The Washington High School class of 1964 recently held its 50th reunion. The little red schoolhouse at the fairgrounds was rented as a gathering place for classmates who attended the football homecoming game and the win over East Clinton.
Casey Wood, principal of Washington High School, recently announced that A.J. Greenslade has been named a “Commended Student” in the 2015 National Merit Scholarship Program.
Tabitha Morris, daughter of David and Tonya Morris of Washington C.H. and 2013 Miami Trace High School graduate, was recently recognized for her academic achievement at the Bradford School.
Fall is the perfect time to cozy up with a good book! We have fantastic events coming up in October for all of the readers in your household:
Students in both local school districts are making significant progress in their academic testing, according to district report cards recently released by the Ohio Department of Education (ODE).
Tori Wilt of the Miami Trace FFA has been selected as a national finalist for the National FFA Proficiency Award in nursery operations - entrepreneurship/placement.
In our disposable world, a good book is something that can be used over and over again without ever losing its value. Whether it is a well-worn volume of family history, a bestseller by Sue Grafton, or an ebook of the fluff variety, a book can be both...
Miami Trace students, ages 16 and older, were eligible to donate blood during the first-annual blood drive of the school year.
Jeffersonville resident Griffin D. Ward of State Route 729-NW, is the recipient of a $12,500 Academic Achievement Scholarship to attend Wilmington College. He plans to major in ag business.
Charlie J. Miller of the Miami Trace FFA was selected as a national finalist for the National FFA Proficiency Award in Forest Management & Products - Entrepreneurship/Placement.
The Carnegie Public Library Reader of the Week is Grace Gerber, an eighth grade student at Washington Middle School.Parents: Eric and Elizabeth Gerber
More than six million young people across the country will celebrate National 4-H Week, an annual celebration of 4-H during the first full week of October.
The Carnegie Public Library had a great turnout for Erin Elliott's book signing on Sept. 13. Jill Phillips is pictured here with Elliott, author of “The Sword of Lumina: Mira's View.”
The National 4-H Council has announced the launch of the fall 2014 4-H Paper Clover Campaign in partnership with Tractor Supply Company (TSC).
The 2014 Washington Senior High Homecoming Court rode through the streets of downtown Washington Court House Wednesday night in the annual parade before the pep rally. The Homecoming Queen and King will be announced at Friday night's homecoming...
Did you know that hundreds of books are either removed or challenged in schools and libraries throughout the United States each year? It is thanks to the commitment of librarians, teachers, parents, and students that most challenges are unsuccessful...
The Washington Court House Senior High School Marching Band Boosters will be hosting the annual Homecoming Meal this Friday from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. at the Gardner Park main concession stand.
Washington Senior High School will celebrate its homecoming week with festivities beginning this Wednesday and ending with the dance on Saturday night.
The Carnegie Public Library Reader of the Week is Amy Rader, a teacher at Washington High School.Her husband, Matt Rader is also a teacher for WCHCS. Their sons are Luke and Jon Rader.
The Miami Trace High School Band Program invites the public to the 40th-annual Miami Trace Invitational, at the high school on Oct. 4, to enjoy marching bands perform quality music.
Parents of a special needs student who attends Belle Aire Intermediate School have alleged that their child was left inside of a classroom unattended last Friday.
On Aug. 16 members of the Washington High School class of 1951 arrived at the country home of Norman and Jane Merritt to celebrate their 63rd reunion and their 81st birthdays.
Most readers agree: The book is always better. Many books, both old and new, have made their way to the big screen this year.
Miami Trace High School will host the annual “College Night” for local students on Monday, Sept. 22.
On Monday, Sept. 22 the Washington Court House City School's Academic Hall of Fame will be inducting two new members: Roger Storm and Dr. Robert Lewis.
The University of Northwestern Ohio is proud to acknowledge that Garrett T. Reed, son of Stephanie and Bob Reed of Jeffersonville, has made the dean's List for the May and June 2014 sessions in the College of Applied Technologies. Full-time...
Ohio's public libraries consistently rank among the best and busiest in the nation. Unlike other states, Ohio has provided each library system with a basic level of funding, thus making library services available to all citizens, not just those...