(NAPS) -- Millions of students are pursuing a college degree in the hope that it leads to a successful career and a meaningful life. It can seem like the only way to a stable financial future. But is it really?
Carroll County Prosecuting Attorney Steven D. Barnett has announced that Part II of the Carroll County Grand Jury met July 5 for a half-day session.
Scouts from Girl Scout Troop 60314, Boy Scout Troop 155, and Cub Pack 155 helped the Rotary Club of Malvern assemble 801 flags for the rotary's Field Of Honor July 12-16. The field will be held at the Malvern United Methodist Church.
Malvern Village Council held its meeting July 5 and once again was visited by Rev. Wally Anderson, volunteer chair of the Malvern Field of Honor about the event beginning July 12.
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Teachers within Brown Local Schools District are receiving annual 3 percent pay raises under a new contract with the Brown Local Board of Education. The school board recently approved the four-year labor pact with the Malvern Educators Association.
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The 14th annual Dancing on the Bridge celebration will be held on Saturday, Sept. 9, in downtown Malvern.
American Legion Valley Post 375 sent juniors Isaac Moser, Jacob Wise and Ryan Ferguson of Malvern High School, to participate in the 2017 Buckeye Boys State at Miami University June 11-18.
(StatePoint) Summer can be hot, sticky and downright uncomfortable. It can also be dangerous if you are not prepared. Cope with the heat this summer and stay healthy and safe with these helpful tips. Maintain your air conditioner.
As Obamacare approaches its fifth sign-up season, policyholders in many parts of the country are facing a marketplace with fewer choices and higher premiums. A New York Times analysis has found that 45 percent of U.S.
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The Ohio Department of Education once again is sponsoring the Summer Food Service Program, which provides children ages 18 and younger with free meals during the summer break when they no longer have access to school breakfasts and lunches.
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(StatePoint) While you may take healthy eyes for granted, it's important to know that as you age, you become more susceptible to conditions that can impair your vision. The effects of vision loss can be devastating, harming one's quality of life and independence.
American Legion Valley Post 375 sent Kelsi Hulit and Hannah Bower as this year's participants for the Buckeye Girls State program. Juniors Hulit and Bower of Malvern High School, participated in the 2017 Buckeye Girls State at the University of Mount Union on June 11-17.
Several improvements to the fairgrounds, buildings and other changes will be at the 2017 Carroll County Fair. "This year there is going to be just one fee of $10 to get in and that includes rides," said Wes Frew, Jr. Fair secretary.
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Carnivals, county fairs and street festivals can make for fun family outings. The nice weather just beckons people outdoors, and weekend after weekend resourceful carnival goers can probably find a fair nearby. But revelers need to make sure their experiences are as safe as they are fun.
The Carroll County Agricultural Society is under the jurisdiction of the Carroll County Senior Fair Board. Board members are elected for a three-year term from each of the county's 14 townships.
Monday, July 17 6 p.m. - Tractor Pull 9:30 p.m. - Back to the Barn 2 Mile Glow Run/Walk Tuesday, July 18 9 a.m. - Dairy Show 12 p.m. - Harness Racing 3:30 p.m. - Fair Royalty Presentation 4:30 p.m. - Cowboy & Cowgirl Presentation 5 p.m.
State and county fair season has arrived, and that means there will be rides and games galore. While many people are drawn to fairs by the entertainment, just as many are willing to stand in line for the unique and tasty foods that seem to embody fair and carnival fun.
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The 2017 Carroll County Fair Royalty will be named at 3:30 p.m. on Tuesday, July 18, at the midway stage.
Ryan Bowman is in his 10th and final year in the Stillfork 4-H Club and will attend his final Carroll County Fair as a showman this year, before moving onto his post-high school career. Bowman will not only show goats, ducks and pigs, but rabbits which are special to him.