School briefs

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Hanson recognized at world conference

Screens can put us in the same room, yet worlds apart

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Every day my inbox fills with emails from public relations firms, angling for a plug for an author’s book or a new study on children. I delete most of them as quickly as they appear, but I nearly always read the ones on youth and mental health.

Home and farm news

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Here’s a look at local events and news with ties to Hancock County’s agricultural community.

Wearing their thinking caps: Weston Elementary students receive character awards

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Weston Elementary School students were recently honored for displaying critical thinking skills in the classroom.

Feedback sought for county plan

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GREENFIELD – Local officials are seeking feedback from the community on the 2022 Draft Comprehensive Plan.

Place of honor: Maxwell inducts inaugural society of students

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Maxwell Intermediate School had its inaugural induction for the National Honor Society recently. Members consist of 19 fourth-grade students and 24 fifth-grade students; the sponsor is Donna Knecht-Strong. Pictured is (front row, from left) Lilly Jacobsen, Harper Close, Layla Bricker, Arabella DeFilippo, Kali Parker, Arianna Herald, Amira Prewitt, Aliyah Lynn and Olivia Swardson; (second row) Chase Cameron, George-Alexandre Siopathis, Timothy Montgomery, John Breckenridge, Grayson Cary, Lincoln Reeves, Emery Swift, Nathaniel Trabel, Bronson Wigger and Colin Fletcher; (third row) Dellen Douglass, Karlie Maciejewski, Alexis Kerkhof, Ellen Kerkhof, Camilla Aldridge, Mia Brinkruff, Annabel Mumaugh, Hailey Fegal, Hannah Hawsey, Morgan Griffith and Jack Joyner; (back row) Parker Allender, Ryan Yoder, Chesney Herbst, Gwenyth Mies, Emma England, Raven Melton, Ali Munden, Kayleigh Thomasson, Andrew Heacox, Zadontis Williams and Sylus Gray. Not pictured is Ben Bruner and Arabella Ketter.

CLOTHES LINE: Ministry offers garments, gear to those raising young children

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CUMBERLAND — Patty Glaze’s hand floats along a rack of tiny toddler girl dresses. Among the pinks, oranges, reds and yellows, she stops.

Hope for Living: We are stronger when in community

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How strong are you? Many of us have learned to rely on our own intellect, abilities, and craftiness to get through this difficult life. However, life often gets the upper hand on us no matter how hard we try.

Church notes for May 21

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Services take place Sunday unless otherwise noted.

The Bulletin for May 21

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Car show includes bounce houses, corn hole