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The following students graduated from Muskingum University in New Concord: Danielle Christy, of Pataskala, bachelor's degree in Early Childhood Education; Carly Dickson, of Reynoldsburg, bachelor's degree in Art; Richard Estose, of Reynoldsburg, bachelor's degree in English; Susan Prosek, of Pataskala, bachelor's degree in Nursing; Alexys Settles, ... (more)
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Roger Bartz Sworn in as New Board Member
Bartz was appointed to the position by a unanimous 3-0 vote during the Board's July 9 meeting.
Weirton Daily Times
John T. Richards
John T. Richards, 82, died Monday, June 23, 2014 at Sanctuary at Tuttle Crossing Dublin, OH, after a brief illness.
The Marion Star
Capital University announces student honor lists
To be named to the president's list, students must achieve a grade point average of at least 3.85.
50 years and counting...
There are a lot of numbers in The Rev. Kurt Borows Jr.'s life. He's officiated 180 funerals, 172 baptisms, 157 weddings, 97 confirmations, 97 first communions and 37 Easter Sunrise services.
OSU picks Vorys lawyer to teach oil and gas course
Greg Russell , the lead attorney of Vorys Sater Seymour and Pease LLP's energy group, will teach the first oil and gas course at the Ohio State University Moritz College of Law.
Local student earns award
The university honored nearly 70 students for excellence in academics, service, leadership and achievement in their discipline at the annual Honors Convocation held during spring semester near the conclusion of the academic year.
This Week Community News
Fischer's Fab 10
Cool setting, cool fun, cool music -- the annual Creekside Blues & Jazz Festival is a great way to beat the early-summer heat.
Lakeside Chautauqua welcomes the Rev. Joy A. Schroeder
Lakeside Chautauqua welcomes the Rev. Joy A. Schroeder as chaplain during the week of June 22 through 27. Schroeder will lead the 94th annual Lutheran Chautauqua Week and the Hoover Community Worship Service at 10:30 a.m. Sunday in Hoover Auditorium.
The Columbus Dispatch
Jazz pianist Mark Flugge remembered for his talent, love of music
Lisa Jelle, the wife of pianist Mark Flugge, with his parents, Tadd and Nadine, and a wedding photo taken in Hawaii Mark Flugge heard chords, lush and interwoven, in his a Sa Shead - an innate sense that helped him become one of the most accomplished and sought-after jazz pianists in central Ohio.
Weirton Daily Times
A capital gain
Steubenville Catholic Central graduate Robyn Runkel, daughter of Rob and Mary Runkel, will continue her academic and athletic careers at Capital University, where she will major in pre-law and English and be a member of the volleyball team.
Trinity United Methodist Church, McMurray, has awarded Dorothy E. and James M. Humphreys Memorial Scholarships to Josie Beaumariage and Thomas Devine, seniors at Peters Township High School.