4th grade grading period
Grade 7: Dani Alexander, Jenna Alfieri, Crystal Andrus, Lauren Armstrong, Richelle Baker, Jordyn Barrington, Angela Basic, Torey Bowser, Bryan Brown Jr., Michael Brumagin, Ryan Cambier, Lorenzo Carlisle, Ashley Carroll, Rhett Clark, Kanen Coffey, Larry Cowling, Gillian Crosby, Domina Dibiase, Emily Drought, Lindsey Drugovich, Michael Ellis, Bethany Fillar, Alexis Fistek, Florence Hall, Jasmine Hidalgo, Kaz Himes, Patrick Hoerrle, Albert Houdek, Philip Kackley, Rachelle Kovacic, Zachary Lange, Alex Lillie, Jared McLean, Jason McLean, Stacy Mead, Ashley Meaney, Andrew Neubecker, Bernadette Nichols, Maryssa Pallant, Alison Potts, Brandon Privitera, Rebecca Retallick, Brittany Reynolds, Ashley Richmond, Briana Scafaro, Michael Schubert, Shana Spade, Alexandria Stark, Frances Stocker, Kevin Strauser, Jeremy Sumner, Jeffrey Swanson, David Thomas, Garrhett Via, Ashley Weissmiller, Tyler Wetzel, Amber Wilkinson, Christopher Williams, Kat-rina Wolfgang, Nydia Zelaya
Grade 8: Abigayle Acord, Robert Ahlman, Stephanie Booth, Jessica Bowser, Allison Burgess, Elizabeth Carraher, Jessica Coggins, Thompson Courtney, Rachael Covell, Stephanie Cramer, Nathan Cunning-ham, Zachary Depp, Meghan Dibell, Stephanie Eller, Michele Fabian, Kaytlin Fenlason, Caleb Fowler, Felicia Frasher, Justin Fuller, Kendra Gerner, Samantha Grim-mett, Emily Groce, Hillary Hambleton, Matthew Harper, Gregory Howard, Kathleen Hribar, David Hritz, Ashley Jarvis, Nazor Jillian, Aimee Jones, Kyle Kapudjija, Kristen Klee-mann-Whitney, David Leish-man, James Leitch, Tyler Lewis, Amanda Lewis, Desiree Lomas, Chelsea Maukonen, Tristam Mizak, David Moore, Julie Newmeyer, Christopher Nousak, Joseph Parker, Matthew Pfouts, Kristyn Pristov, Danielle Ramey, Courtney Raymond, Mark Reed, Kerstain Reiner, Zalimeni Ryan, Benjamin Schanfish, Lynette Schultz, Shaunte Schupska, Nicole Smith, Richard Smith, Sarah Smith, Jason Somnitz, Natalie Stanley, Brandon Sullivan, Michael Tortora, Taylor Webb, Cierra Wortman, Erin Zehe
Grade 7: Ryan Balcerzak, Alexandra Bird, Stephanie Bowling, Jacob Bowser, Matthew Conley, Michael Covell, Elijah Fowler, Lindsey Gibson, Eric Hawk, Alexander Heinz, Alexandra Howard, Leon Hunt, Stuart Jackson, Bradley Jewell, Courtney Johnson, Dakoda Kirby, Samantha Kirk, Dana Kowalski, Ashley Lamb, Brody Larned, Dustin Larusch, Theodore Malensek, Cole Maloy, Hannah Marhefka, John McMahan IV, Russell Mullen III, Johnathon Nichols, Robert Novak III, Michael Petro Jr., Dillon Puckrin, Jack Ruff, Joshua Santiago, Amy Scheaffer, Amber Schilling, Cory Scott, Margaret Sharpe, Destiny Sickles, Autumn Silver, Lisa Simon, Tyler Stanton, Maria Taylor, Alissa Wortman, Aaron Ziefle, Sarah Zrubek
Mounds of mysteries
Did giant humans with advanced use of copper and other materials once inhabit Ashtabula County?
When one door closes
As a pastor, the Rev. Karen Tews is called upon to help grieving families whose lives change in a split second.
Tews counsels from personal experience. In 1977, while a sophomore at Lawrence University, Tews’ planned career in music was abruptly terminated by a traffic accident. As she lay in the hospital recovering, Tews’ pastor spoke words to her that still ring in her ears: “So what are you going to do next?”
American Indian echoes
By the time settlers began to trickle into the portion of the Western Reserve that would become Ashtabula County, the Indian Wars had been fought and decided, and the danger of “savage” attack was more likely to come from a wolf than a Native American.
Ashtabula County. There are only two other places in the United States named “Ashtabula.” One is underwater, the other underground.
For nearly four decades, Fred Martinchuk worked his family’s farm on Barnum Road, Geneva Township, with the Oliver 1550 tractor he purchased from Welker Farm Equipment.
The tractor was his pride and joy.
Midweek worship break
A Wednesday evening service at Saybrook United Methodist Church is reaching out to the community and flock with a mid-week opportunity for fellowship, food and worship.
WOW — Worship on Wednesday — was implemented in mid-October, after months of discussion, said the Rev. Jeff Stoll, pastor of the church for 1 1/2 years.
Scout's project honors vet
Research conducted for a junior high school history assignment led to an Eagle Scout project for Ashtabula Township resident Brian Fields.
Area singers invited to perform with Choral Music Society
Singers throughout Ashtabula County are invited to participate in a performance of Handel’s “Messiah Parts II and III” to be held March 6 at the First United Methodist Church of Ashtabula.
- Full, unbroken circle
Every morning for eight years Randy Douglas followed the school bus to the elementary school to make sure students arrived safely.
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