Gnome — “A magical creature said to live in homes made of earth and rock. They enjoy working in various trades associated with nature and farming.” Dictionary of Magical Creatures
Logan Little Chiefs Basketball donated $500 to the Chieftain Elementary PTO. From left is Jim Wilson presenting the check to Jennifer Cox, Sybil Barbini, Andy Rice and Lydia Leon.
In addition to Max Burns and Grace Smith receiving the two Land Grants for Hocking County from The Ohio State University; there is an additional senior, Justin Wolfe, that has also received a Land Grant through Perry County residence status.
LOGAN — The Logan-Hocking School District will continue to assess this situation and release information regarding our schedule based on guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the Ohio Department of Health, Hocking County Public Health officials, and the Governor’s Off…
LOGAN — For the month of March, The Maya Burrito Gallery will be featuring the work of 8th grade student Avery Cook-Porter. An eighth grade student at Logan-Hocking Middle School, Cook-Porter is 13 years old and was a student in Mrs. Lehman’s Honors Art Class Fall Semester.
Atomic Credit Union announces the January Volunteers of the Month. The four students have shown dedication to their Chieftain Student-Run Credit Union at Logan-Hocking Middle School by showing up to work on time, balancing accurately and taking care of their members. From left is Andy Eisnau…
LOGAN — Two Logan Middle School students were recognized at Monday’s regularly scheduled Logan-Hocking School District Board meeting for their ability to make spelling sound simple.
LOGAN — The Logan-Hocking School District will be holding preschool screenings on Monday, March 16, 2020, for any child interested in participating in preschool for the 2020-2021 school year.
LANCASTER — Online registration is now open for Ohio University Lancaster | Pickerington’s Celebrate Women 2020 Conference at https://commerce.cashnet.com/oulcelebratewomen
Union Furnace recently welcomed Deputy Allen. Deputy Allen has quickly fit into the Union Furnace family. Each day she greets students as they enter the building, watches over them during recess and patrols the school grounds. All have come to enjoy working with her in such a short time.
LOGAN — Students throughout Appalachian Ohio are getting ready to take the next step in their education by attending post-secondary colleges, universities, and trade school, and scholarships are vital to ensuring every student has the resources to pursue their dreams.