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New Philadelphia students to present ‘The Shakespeare Mixtape’

New Philadelphia High School's music and theater departments will present "The Shakespeare Mixtape" in the Welty Auditorium.

Dover High School presents 'My Fair Lady'

The Dover High School Thespians will present their spring musical in the Dover High School auditorium.

Dover High School to present slide show of recent Costa Rica trip

Students and teachers from Dover High School will present on a recent trip to Costa Rica at the Dover Public Library.

TCC to host Celebration of the Arts

The Tuscarawas County Catholic Schools will host Celebration of the Arts at Tuscarawas Central Catholic Junior/Senior High School.

Honors Concert includes 170 local students

The East Central Ohio Educational Service Center announced the 2017 Middle School Honors Band and Choir Concert at the Performing Arts Center at Kent State Tuscarawas in New Philadelphia.

Art scholarship available to students

The Tuscarawas County Art Guild will sponsor a $750 art scholarship to any Tuscarawas County high school senior planning to major in art or any college freshman majoring in art in fall 2017.

Help Design the Future community meeting at Dover High School

Dover School District and the architectural firm SHP will host the first in a series of community meetings regarding the design of the new Dover High School.

BCC students shine at district competitions

Buckeye Career Center students competed in the district FFA Career Development Event in Zanesville, and the early childhood education students also competed in the Family, Career and Community Leaders of America competition. The students collected a number of honors at both events.

New Philadelphia’s Reiter signs to KSU Tuscarawas

Kent State University at Tuscarawas announced the signing of Josh Reiter, a New Philadelphia High School graduating senior, to its cross country team.

Scholarship to be presented at 21st Annette Kay Harstine Memorial Scholarship Recital

The 21st annual Annette Kay Harstine Memorial Scholarship Recital will be at the Shanesville Lutheran Church in Sugarcreek.

Dover Board of Education hires construction manager

In the four months since passage at the ballot, Dover City Schools is making progress toward a new high school, slated to open in 2019.

Dover grad receives prestigious award

Kelsie Eichel, a Dover High School graduate, is a recipient of the Harold M. Weintraub Graduate Student Award, one of the most prestigious graduate student prizes in the biological sciences.

Students attend Buckeye Career Center’s Career Carnival

Buckeye Career Center gave local eighth-graders the opportunity to explore possible career paths during the Career Carnival.

Scholarship opportunities available for Appalachian students

The Foundation for Appalachian Ohio will accept scholarship applications to donor-established funds within FAO.

Pirates XC star Schwartz signs on to run at Kent State Tuscarawas

BJ Schwartz opted to stay close to home in moving on to the college ranks next season and signed to run cross country for Kent State Tuscarawas.

Neading signs to Kent State Tuscarawas

Kent State University at Tuscarawas announced the signing of Rikki Neading, a Dover High School graduating senior, to its cross country team.

East Ohio Women in Agriculture Conference registration open

Ohio State University Extension will host the fourth annual East Ohio Women in Agriculture Conference at R.G. Drage Career Technical Center.

‘Ancient Farming Practices of the Moundbuilders’ coming to the College of Wooster

DeeAnne Wymer will present "Before the Three Sisters: Ancient Farming Practices of the Moundbuilders" at the College of Wooster.

Dover Middle School takes first place in Power of the Pen

Dover Middle School seventh and eighth grade students earned first place in the district Power of the Pen Tournament.

New internship program allows students to apply their knowledge

The New Philadelphia High School internship program allows students to spend time at two area businesses, working and exploring their career options.

35th annual Kent State Tuscarawas Engineering Expo

Kent State University at Tuscarawas will hold the 35th annual Engineering Technology Opportunity Expo.

‘Freedom Summer’ to be shown at Kent State Tuscarawas

Kent State University at Tuscarawas will present "Freedom Summer" in the Founders Hall auditorium.

Learning in Forest Ecosystems: Students gain ecological literacy

Kip Brady, biology and chemistry teacher at New Philadelphia High School, helped start the LIFE Project, which takes students out in the field to study forest biodiversity for the purpose of educating students and the community.

College Club scholarships available

The College Club of Tuscarawas County has announced its scholarship program for the 2016-17 academic year.

Registration open at area Catholic schools

Registration is now open for the 2017-18 school year at the Tuscarawas County Catholic schools.

David V. Stivison Appalachian Scholarship available for economically disadvantaged students

HARCATUS Tri-County CAO, in collaboration with the Corporation for Ohio Appalachian Development and the Ohio Appalachian Center for Higher Education, has announced the COAD David V. Stivison Appalachian Scholarship Fund.

Nellie Stockwell Memorial Grant in Aid available

Applications are currently being accepted for the Friends of the Tuscarawas County Public Library - Nellie Stockwell Memorial Grant in Aid.

Art Guild scholarship available to art students

The Tuscarawas County Art Guild is sponsoring a $750 art scholarship award to any Tuscarawas County high school senior planning to major in art or any college student already majoring in art.

Dover School’s board hires architect for proposed high school

Dover City Schools' board of education and the Ohio Facilities Construction Commission have selected the architecture firm SHP Leading Design to design the new Dover High School.

Seniors can apply for Democratic Women Scholarships

The Tuscarawas County Democratic Women Scholarship applications are now available.

Kindergarten registration open at New Philadelphia City Schools

New Philadelphia City Schools' kindergarten registration for the 2017-18 school year began Feb. 1 and will run through March 10.

Starlight School preschool 2017-18 registration now open

Starlight School preschool 2017-18 registration is now open for children who will be 3-years-old by Aug. 1.

Why is college so expensive?

An estimated 70 percent of college graduates leave school in debt. Local higher education officials point to a few reasons tuition continues to be high.

Scholarships available to Tuscarawas County students

Applications for the Richard Ronald Memorial Scholarship are available at all county high school guidance offices and at the East Central Ohio ESC in New Philadelphia.

Dover High School cheerleaders earn national recognition for service

The Dover High School cheerleaders recently received national recognition and will be featured in American Cheerleader Magazine and on ESPN's coverage of the National Cheer Competition this spring.

Catholic Schools Week celebrated locally

The Tuscarawas County Catholic schools will celebrate national Catholic Schools Week Jan. 29 through Feb. 4 with a variety of special activities and programs.

Marsha Freeland to speak at Women’s Success Series

Marsha Freeland, director of the Norma Johnson Center, will be the featured speaker at Kent State University Tuscarawas for the Women's Success Series.

Kent State Tuscarawas Blue Gold Night at the PAC

Kent State University at Tuscarawas will hold Blue Gold Night at the PAC in the Performing Arts Center. This event will enable attendees to choose what information they need regarding admissions and the academic programs at Kent State Tuscarawas.

Fifth graders excel in spelling

Dover Avenue Elementary School recently held the Dover Avenue Spelling Bee.

Buckeye Career Center hosted Pancakes with Parents

Buckeye Career Center hosted Pancakes with Parents on Thursday, Jan. 19.

Spring classes for kids get underway at Arts Center

Spring classes for kids coming up at the Tuscarawas County Center for the Arts.

College scholarships offered by Kiwanis

The Dover New Philadelphia Kiwanis Club is offering scholarships of $500 each to qualified students living within the New Philadelphia or Dover school districts.

Schools must administer state-funded SAT or ACT this spring

Beginning this spring, all Ohio school districts and community schools must administer a state-funded college and career readiness test to juniors.

Students of the Month named at BCC

Buckeye Career Center has named Anthony Materna of New Philadelphia as the Adult Education Student of the Month and Marcus Schlabach as the High School Student of the Month.

KSU Stark and Sandy Valley Local Schools team up to offer College Credit Plus to local students

Kent State University at Stark has officially entered into a partnership with Sandy Valley Local Schools to offer College Credit Plus classes at Sandy Valley High School.

Ohio State University Extension to provide level 2 food safety training

The National Restaurant Association's manager training course will be offered at the Tuscarawas County Board of Developmental Disabilities in New Philadelphia.

BCC names Students of the Month

Wesley Vanfossen is Buckeye Career Center's December High School Student of the Month, and Cheryl Probert is Buckeye Career Center's Adult Education Student of the Month.

Students perform special holiday musical celebration

Students at Immaculate Conception performed a special holiday celebration.

First Steps to Literacy provides books for county newborns

The Tuscarawas County Public Library continued its efforts this year in providing books for babies through its First Steps to Literacy: Books for Babies Trust fund.

Warming Tree helps local families this winter

This year marks the ninth year the children in the preschool and pre-k classes from Immaculate Conception Elementary donated items from their Warming Tree to the Salvation Army.

New engineering technology director named at Kent State Tuscarawas

Paul Dykshoorn of Alliance has been named director of the Engineering Technology Department at Kent State University at Tuscarawas.

Tusky Valley High School presents ‘A Christmas Carol’

Tusky Valley High School will present "A Christmas Carol," adapted by Ed Monk, in the Tusky Valley High School auditorium.

Fundraiser benefits Friends of Adult Education group

A fundraiser dinner and silent auction to benefit the Friends of Adult Education Buckeye Career Center is approaching.

Kent State Tuscarawas University Band to give free public concert

The Kent State University at Tuscarawas University Band will present a concert in Founders Hall Auditorium.

Applications accepted for Pork Producers scholarships

The Tuscarawas County Pork Producers are accepting applications for their $500 scholarships awarded to area students.

Buckeye Career Center announces Students of the Month

Hali Mehok and Amanda Leggett were named Students of the Month at Buckeye Career Center.

Annual FFA food drive benefits 85 families

The Indian Valley FFA completed their annual Thanksgiving Food Drive, helping 85 families.

Area Catholic schools offer visitation day

The Tuscarawas County Catholic schools will open their doors to visiting parents and students.

Students honored at Dover Middle School

Dover Middle School announced its Students of the Month for November.

OSBDC at Kent State Tuscarawas receives statewide recognition

The Ohio Small Business Development Center at Kent State University at Tuscarawas was recently awarded the 2016 Ohio SBDC Customer Satisfaction Recognition at the November OSBDC Statewide Conference in Columbus.

Kent State Tuscarawas sets new priority admissions application deadline

Kent State University at Tuscarawas has established a new priority admissions application deadline, which positions applicants for earlier scholarship consideration.

Write for Rights: A small investment of time saves lives

Write for Rights is an annual international campaign to speak up for those who are suffering injustice and human rights abuse.

Student exchange program: Seeing the world firsthand

Ryan Dunfee has arranged exchange students for many area schools. He is now lining up host families for next year.

Pre-k students learn about rescue dog

Aleigh Bollon, Evan Davis and greyhound Pippen came to visit the Pre-k class at Immaculate Conception School in Dennison as part of an ongoing class project.

Kent State Tuscarawas partners with PFCS for services

Kent State University at Tuscarawas is partnering with Personal and Family Counseling Services for the benefit of students.

One Book, One Community project hosts author Jason Wright

The Tuscarawas County Literacy Coalition One Book, One Community project will bring author Jason Wright to Kent State University Tuscarawas Founders Hall to speak about his 2005 best-selling book.

Bring Your A Game at Buckeye Career Center speaks on work ethic

Buckeye Career Center will host Bring Your A Game to Work with speakers to discuss work ethic.

Buckeye Career Center students place high in invitational for forestry

Buckeye Career Center's Forestry Team went to Hocking College and placed third in the state at an invitational.

Kent State Tuscarawas to host Information Night

Prospective students and their families can learn more about Kent State University at Tuscarawas by attending Information Night in the Founders Hall auditorium.

Kent State Tuscarawas launches annual campaign

The Tuscarawas County University Foundation will launch the 2016 For the Future annual campaign to benefit local Kent State Tuscarawas students.

Seniors interested in OSU encouraged to apply for scholarship

Applications are available in all Tuscarawas County high school guidance departments for The Ohio State University Alumni Club of Tuscarawas County scholarships.

Rotary Clubs partner to raise funds for education

The Dover and New Philadelphia Rotary Clubs are joining together this fall to create a new 5K run to raise funds for the New Philadelphia Quaker Club, the Dover Tornado Club and other school support projects and scholarships.

Homeschool Day at Zoar helps students understand the past

Historic Zoar Village will host Harvest Homeschool Day to offer a learning opportunity to homeschool students.

Indian Valley student sets her sites on becoming a doctor

Over the summer Kennedy Allen gained recognition that enabled her to join others from across the United States in furthering plans to become a doctor by attending a Congress of Future Medical Leaders event near Boston.

Special Needs Scholarship Program application window now open

Ohio students with special needs can now apply for a Jon Peterson Special Needs Scholarship.

BCC students honored as Students of the Month

Buckeye Career Center has announced its Students of the Month for September.

Girl Scouts set sail for a journey through the nautical past at David Warther Carvings

Girl Scouts throughout Northeast Ohio can attend the upcoming event of Ships Ahoy! Time Travel Across the High Seas! at David Warther Carvings.

Super Science Saturday at Kent State Tuscarawas

Kent State University at Tuscarawas is sponsoring Super Science Saturday. Registrations are limited to the first 100 responders.

Miss Clayland Pageant includes 8 contestants

Miss Clayland 2017 is approaching with two competitors from Tuscarawas County.

Break the Grey brings important message for teens to Tusc. County

Billy Ballenger has been through the pitfalls of youth, and poor decisions led him to a life of crime. However, he found his way and since being released from prison has built Break the Grey into a powerful program that has touched countless lives of youth nationwide. He will present at Dover High...

Essay contest will determine scholarship winner

This year the Dennison Railroad Depot Museum will present its 10th Lucille Nussdorfer Tuscarawas County Woman of the Year Award. A $250 scholarship will be awarded for the purchase of college textbooks to an essay winner. The deadline is Sept. 23 at 4 p.m.

Indian Valley Foundation invites public to an open house on Sept. 24

The Indian Valley Foundation Open House is scheduled Saturday, Sept. 24 at the Indian Valley Foundation Office in Gnadenhutten.

Friends of the Library award first grant to area student

The Friends of the Tuscarawas County Public Library in New Philadelphia announced the recipient of its first grant.

Visual arts and performing arts come together during upcoming PAC season

The Performing Arts Center at Kent State Tuscarawas will feature the work of four local artists in the printed programs for performances throughout the season, which runs from September 2016 through June 2017.

Annual Tuscarawas County Band Preview will be Aug. 31 at Tuscora Park

The annual Tuscarawas County Band Preview will be at Woody Hayes Quaker Stadium in Tuscora Park on Aug. 31.

TCC students volunteer for local organizations

Tuscarawas Central Catholic football and volleyball players recently helped out at the Hospice garage sale and homeless shelter.

Veteran-friendly employer training to be held at Kent State at Tuscarawas

The Tuscarawas County Veterans Service Commission, the Ohio Department of Veteran Services and the Small Business Development Center at Kent State Tuscarawas will host a veteran-friendly employer training on Friday, Oct. 21 from 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. at Kent State Tuscarawas Science and Advanced...

New members named to Kent State Tuscarawas Board of Trustees and Foundation

Three community members have been named to the Tuscarawas County University Branch District Board of Trustees and the Tuscarawas County University Foundation at Kent State University at Tuscarawas: Darlene Finzer of Stonecreek, Nicole Zesiger of Dover and Michael Davis of New Philadelphia.

Keating of Dover awarded 2016 UH TECH scholarship

Union Hospital has announced the award of the seventh annual UH TECH scholarship to Brent Keating of Dover. UH TECH stands for Teens Exploring Careers in Health Care, and Union Hospital staff plans the program and conducts an annual Career Camp each winter.

Geisinger Family bequest to Kent State Tuscarawas

Russell and Harriet Geisinger were long-time devoted supporters and benefactors of Kent State University at Tuscarawas.

Back to school: It is never too late to learn

Brenda Stephens, formerly of Dover and now of Los Angeles, California, is currently at work on her doctorate degree, but the long road to educational success began when she found her school career going badly in second grade at St. Joseph Elementary School in Dover.

New Scholarship created in memory of therapy dog

A fundraiser for the Book Hound Scholarship is planned for Friday, Aug. 12 at 6 p.m. at the Gnadenhutten Public Library, 160 N. Walnut St. in Gnadenhutten in memory of Murphy, a therapy dog most loved.

Buckeye Career Center will hold Orientation Fair

Buckeye Career Center will hold its annual Orientation Fair on Wednesday, Aug. 17 from 12:30-7:30 p.m.

Kent State Tuscarawas 5K scheduled for Sept. 17

Registrations are being accepted for the 2016 Kent State Tuscarawas Alumni Association Glowway Run 5K, presented by Geib Funeral Home and Crematories. Open to the public, the 5K run and 1.5-mile fun run/walk will be held Sept. 17 at Harry Clever Field in New Philadelphia.

New Philadelphia Marching Quaker Band annual card sale underway

The New Philadelphia High School Marching Quaker Band members began their annual band discount card sale on Monday, Aug. 1. Cost of the cards is $10.

Benjamin to direct new Kent State University choir

Eric Benjamin of Alliance has been hired to direct the new university choir at Kent State University at Tuscarawas beginning Fall Semester 2016.

Local Catholic students volunteer at Salvation Army

Students from Immaculate Conception School and Tuscarawas Central Catholic Junior and Senior High School recently spent time helping at the Salvation Army.

Kent State University at Tuscarawas hires Mark D. Albaugh for new sports program

Mark D. Albaugh of Uhrichsville has been hired as the coach for cross country and track and field at Kent State University at Tuscarawas.

TuscBDD and New Philadelphia City Schools partner to maximize resources

The Tuscarawas County Board of Developmental Disabilities and New Philadelphia City Schools have announced the two organizations will partner during the 2016-17 school year.

Little Theatre workshops build confidence

Students in grades first through 12th can get a crash course in everything they need to know about theater at the upcoming Little Theatre workshops.

Appalachian Trail hike gives students a sense of accomplishment

Near the end of this past school year a large contingent of Garaway High School students and adult advisors piled into two school vans and a truck and drove to Virginia, where they set forth on a lengthy trek along the Appalachian Trail.

Baltic Elementary Library gets long overdue renovation

At Baltic Elementary School, part of the Garaway Local School District, the library went unchanged for decades, but a $30,000 library renovation was paid for with money raised privately and through grants.

Kent State Tuscarawas appoints 3 new administrators

Kent State Tuscarawas appointed three new administrators including an interim assistant dean, a director of the associate of applied science in the veterinary technology program and an assistant director of enrollment management and student service, a new position at the college.

USW to host Bike Safety Day

United Steelworkers Next Generation presents Bike Safety Day, Saturday, July 23 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the USW 2737 Union Hall, 501 Monroe St., Dover.

TuscBDD to launch 1-year pilot phase of the Inclusive Education Initiative

The Tuscarawas County Board of Developmental Disabilities has recently allocated $300,000 to launch a one-year pilot phase of the Inclusive Education Initiative of Tuscarawas County.

Patton/YMCA Scholarships awarded

The Tuscarawas County YMCA announced that four local students have received scholarships totaling $8,000 from the Thomas J. Patton/YMCA Scholarship Fund.

USCAA accepts Kent State Tuscarawas

Kent State University at Tuscarawas has been officially accepted into the United States Collegiate Athletic Association. Beginning this fall semester the campus will offer men's and women's basketball and cross country, men's golf, and women's volleyball and bowling. Wrestling and soccer are among...

Read off overdue fines

As part of the Dover Public Library's Summer Reading Program children in the community are invited to read off their overdue fines. The library will waive 50 cents from a child's overdue fines for every 15 minutes they read in the library"s Children's Room.

Tuskegee Airmen exhibit coming to Harry Clever Field

As part of its continuing community educational outreach, EAA Chapter 1077 at Harry Clever Field in New Philadelphia will bring the Red Tail Squadron to their location June 24, 25 and 26 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. each day.

Report found fewer Ohio children accessed summer meals

The Hunger Doesn't Take a Vacation report released recently by the Food Research & Action Center found that modest growth from 2013 to 2014 in the percentage of eligible children participating in the Summer Food Service Program in Ohio was erased in 2015.

Kent State Tuscarawas awarded prestigious LEED green building certification

Kent State University at Tuscarawas was recently awarded the LEED certification for the Tolloty Technology Incubator.

6 local Scouts from single troop earn Eagle Scout designation

A single Boy Scout troop in Dover, Troop 95, has seen six of its boys make Eagle Scout this year, all of them from the same class.

Dover student awarded Annette Harstine Scholarship

The 2016 recipient of the $500 Annette Kay Harstine Memorial Scholarship is Gracen Gerbig.

Dover City Schools third grade students receive distress whistles for safety

The Canal Dover Association through a combined effort with the Dover Exchange Club, Dover Rotary and Classic Glass Corvette Club provided every third grader in the Dover City School district with a distress whistle.

New Philadelphia East Elementary a Lighthouse School

New Philadelphia East Elementary announced recently the school has been named as a Leader in Me Lighthouse school by Franklin Covey Co. This recognition comes because the school has achieved outstanding results in school and student outcomes by implementing The Leader in Me process.

Union Hospital distributes bicycle helmets in schools

Many young bicycle riders around the Tuscarawas Valley will have proper head protection this spring and summer thanks to two programs managed through Union Hospital. Kindergarten students at several area schools receive helmets each spring as part of a safety program sponsored by the physicians at...

Kent State Tuscarawas to hold Admissions Open House for prospective students

Prospective students will have an opportunity to learn more about Kent State Tuscarawas at an Admissions Open House on June 7 from 2-6 p.m. in the Science and Advanced Technology Center.

Students earn scholarships through Indian Valley Foundation

The Indian Valley Foundation recently held their fifth annual Scholarship Recognition Banquet on Monday, April 25 at Indian Valley High School in Gnadenhutten. A total of 22 scholarships totaling $14,800 were awarded to graduating seniors.

Kent State Tuscarawas recognizes faculty, alumni and community members

Outstanding faculty members and community members were recently acknowledged at Kent State University at Tuscarawas. The campus recognized three community members for their accomplishments, and two professors were acknowledged for their teaching excellence.

TCC High School students share music with pre-K students

Students in Lindsay Nicholson¿s guitar class at Tuscarawas Central Catholic High School took their talent on the road. The high school students visited Immaculate Conception¿s Prekindergarten class and shared their talents and love for music.

College for Kids will hold new classes this summer

College for Kids, an educational program held at Kent State University Tuscarawas, will offer old favorites as well as developing new classes this summer.

Students to present piano and vocal recital

Four graduating senior students from the vocal and piano studio of Melanie Winn of New Philadelphia will present a varied program of music during their senior recital Monday, May 23, beginning at 7:30 p.m. at Dover Alliance Church located at 228 E. Third St., Dover.

Pilot program allowed middle school students to shadow at local businesses

The East Central Ohio Educational Service Center facilitated middle school shadowing events at Buehler's in New Philadelphia, Dover Hydraulics, Tuscarawas Soil and Water Conservation District, and Valley View Veterinary Clinic. A total of 39 students from Carrollton, Claymont, Conotton Valley,...

Program to honor World War II vets planned at Dover

A panel discussion dedicated to honoring World War II veterans for their service will take place May 21 at the Dover Public Library.

Dennison Depot offers students opportunity to excel through summer internship

High school students beginning their junior or senior years and all college students are eligible to participate.

Zachary Davis Memorial Foundation scholarships awarded

Zachary Davis Memorial Foundation awarded a $1,000 scholarship to both a student at Dover High School and a student at Tuscarawas Valley High School.

Let Them Eat Cake!

Fort Laurens Museum is planning to present an 18th century tea service for guests, representing what it was like to enjoy tea time in the U.K. during the lead-up to the American Revolution. The event will be in Bolivar May 21 at 2 p.m.

Kent State Tuscarawas holds inaugural induction ceremony for nursing degree honor society

Area students were inducted into the Gamma Sigma chapter of Alpha Delta Nu.

Local banker graduates from the Bank Leadership Institute program

Kerry Egler-Whytsell, assistant vice president at First Federal Community Bank National Association in Dover, was among 22 bankers from across Ohio who recently graduated from the 2015-16 Bank Leadership Institute at the Ohio Bankers League.

TuscBDD holds provider partner meeting

The Tuscarawas County Board of Developmental Disabilities recently held a provider partner meeting, a gathering for the area agency and independent service providers to launch a collaborative effort to provide training and share best practices.

BCC students recognized among the top in the state at SkillsUSA competition

Buckeye Career Center students participated in various statewide skill events the end of April at the SkillsUSA State Championships and Family, Career and Community Leaders of America State Leadership Conference. More than 60 BCC students competed in a variety of events with some being recognized...

TCC Prom

Queen Alyssa Blickensderfer and King Nicholas Gonano were crowned by Frank Festi and Margaret Bonamico, who were the King and Queen of Tuscarawas Central Catholic's first prom.

BCC students inducted into National Technical Honor Society

Buckeye Career Center inducted 10 students into the National Technical Honor Society on Wednesday, May 4 at a breakfast ceremony held for family and associate school personnel.

Local students earn scholarships

Three Tuscarawas County high school students were each awarded $1,000 scholarships by the College Club of Tuscarawas County at its annual banquet.

Art scholarships awarded to 2 area students

One student from Dover and another from New Philadelphia are the recipients of scholarships awarded by the Tuscarawas County Art Guild.

22nd annual Teen Roadeo helps young drivers learn the rules of the road

Students from area schools participated in the 22nd annual Teen Driving Roadeo at the Tuscarawas County Fairgrounds to win cash and fame for themselves and their schools.

Phillis Wheatley highlighted at Zoar Speaker Series

Attend Historic Zoar Village's Free Speaker Series May 7 for a presentation highlighting the life of Phillis Wheatley, the first African-American female and slave poet to publish a volume of poems in Colonial America. Living history performer Sandra Quick will portray Wheatley.

Local photographer visits classroom

Local photographer takes time to visit with students at Immaculate Conception School at Dennison.

Students receive Ray A. Kroc Youth Achievement Awards

Students from 25 area high school and junior high schools were recognized for their outstanding achievements during the Ray A. Kroc Youth Achievement Awards Ceremony.

New Philadelphia Kiwanis Club presents local students with scholarships

The New Philadelphia Kiwanis Club is a service organization dedicated to serving and building up the local community. The club recently awarded 17 scholarships of $500 each to local students for a total of $8,500. The winners of the Kiwanis Scholarships for the 2016-17 school year are:

Fray and Gentry are BCC prom royalty

Local students are chosen prom Queen and King at Buckeye Career Center.

Painting workshop offered

The Coffee Club Painters will offer an introductory workshop for watercolor or acrylic painters at the United Way building on May 2 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Students at Tuscarawas Valley High School selected for NHS

The formal National Honor Society induction ceremony will be held in May during the annual scholar banquet at the Amish Door Restaurant.

Class details proper way to preserve documents and photographs

The Dover Public Library will present the class on April 28.

ECOESC hosts writers’ workshop for area students

Students from several area schools participated in a writing workshop hosted by the East Central Ohio Educational Services Center at Kent State Tuscarawas.

Students host a day for dads and granddads

Children at Immaculate Conception School hosted a special day for dads and granddads recently.

Financial aid opportunity available for area students

Graduates and those holding a GED diploma in the Tuscarawas County Public Library System service district can apply for a scholarship.

Student art exhibit features computer-designed work

The 12th annual Student Computer Designed Art Exhibition showcases the talents and creativity of students at Kent State Tuscarawas.

2nd-grade students donate items to others in need

Students participate in project that provided donations to the homeless shelter in New Philadelphia.

Garaway Drama to present ‘Band Geeks’

Garaway presents "Band Geeks" April 15, 16 and 17.

Flint knapping program coming to Dover Public Library

The Dover Public Library will host a flint-knapping workshop on April 23.

DHS Thespians to present ‘Mary Poppins’

The Dover High School Thespians will present the musical "Mary Poppins" April 14-16.

TCC to host community art fest and photography competition

Any member of the community is invited to submit a photograph depicting the season of spring for the first community art festival hosted by Tuscarawas Central Catholic Schools.

Lilly named Student of the Month

Steve Lilly lost his job last spring. He attends Buckeye Career Center's Adult Education program in an effort to improve his skills. He was named Student of the Month in March.

KSU students to present 3rd annual spring production at PAC

Students at Kent State Tuscarawas and Kent State Stark along with community members will present "Alice Through the Lookingglass" at the Performing Arts Center.

KSU students to present 3rd annual spring production at PAC

Students at Kent State Tuscarawas and Kent State Stark along with community members will present "Alice Through the Lookingglass" at the Performing Arts Center.

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