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  • St. Mary of the Assumption Catholic School accepting new student registrations until Aug. 20
    St. Mary of the Assumption Catholic School accepting new student registrations until Aug. 20

    VAN WERT — St. Mary of the Assumption Catholic School is still accepting new student registrations for students entering Kindergarten through sixth grade for the 2020-2021 school year. Registrations will be accepted until Thursday, Aug. 20 or until classes are filled. New student registrations will be accepted on a first-come, first-serve basis according to the time and date the registration is received. You can get a registration form by visiting the school website at www.stmarysroyals.org or you can stop by the school office during the hours of 8:30 a.m. - 3 p.m. St. Mary of the Assumption will begin the school year on Monday, Aug. 24.

  • Members of Paulding Putnam Electric Co-op donate $12,615 to 9 local groups
    Members of Paulding Putnam Electric Co-op donate $12,615 to 9 local groups

    PAULDING — Despite hard times, Paulding Putnam Electric Cooperative members’ hearts are open and willing to empower their local communities. PPEC members donated a total of $12,615 to nine local organizations through the co-op’s Operation Round Up program.

  • Sanctus Real closes out Feel Good Friday event
    Sanctus Real closes out Feel Good Friday event
    VAN WERT — Sanctus Real returned to Van Wert Friday evening for Van Wert Live's Feel Good Friday season-ending performance. Although food was not available at Fountain Park, CJ’s Shaved Ice was selling beverages as well as water. Attendees were asked to social distance themselves. Seth Baker, Van Wert County Foundation's executive secretary, was on hand to point out Fountain Park's new digital sign.
  • Ohio State experts offer tips for students who miss normalcy of sports, activities
    Ohio State experts offer tips for students who miss normalcy of sports, activities

    COLUMBUS, Ohio – As the nation continues to battle the COVID-19 pandemic, the future of school sports and extracurricular activities remains unclear. Sports psychologists at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center say this time can be difficult for students, whose identities are deeply rooted in their sport.

    
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