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Big change for graduation edition

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It is that time of the year when The Times-Gazette is making preparations to publish its annual graduation special section.

Greenfield Spring Fling is Saturday

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The fourth annual Spring Fling 2024/Greenfield Field Day will take place in and around the village Saturday, March 16, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Highland County unemployment rose in January

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The unemployment rate in Highland County rose significantly in January to 5.5 percent, according to the latest figures released Tuesday by the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services (ODJFS).

Greenfield woman sentenced for meth

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A Greenfield woman sentenced to multiple years of community control for methamphetamine trafficking was among two people sentenced recently in Highland County Common Pleas Court.

HIGHLAND COUNTY S.O. REPORTS

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The Highland County Sheriff’s Office has released the following information:

Commissioners proclaim Highland Co. 4-H Week

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The Highland County Board of Commissioners signed a proclamation Wednesday declaring March 3-9 Highland County 4-H Week. The commissioners are pictured with OSU Extension staff members and 4-H representatives.

Commissioners declare 4-H Week

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The Highland County Board of Commissioners presented a proclamation proclaiming the week of March 3-9 to be Highland County 4-H Week and passed four resolutions during a meeting Wednesday.

Greenfield students making big impacts

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For the last few years Greenfield students have benefited from a partnership with Big Brothers Big Sisters of South Central Ohio, part of a nationwide organization that encourages children to reach their full potential through one-to-one mentoring.

Free renal panels, eye exams in March

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In honor of National Kidney Month and Save Your Vision Month, the Highland County Health Department will be providing free renal (kidney) panels and referrals for free eye exams and glasses for those who qualify throughout the month of March.

High school students tour manufacturing sites

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More than 100 high school students representing all of the school districts in Highland County toured eight local manufacturing facilities Thursday and heard from local and state officials as part of Manufacturing Awareness Day coordinated by the Highland County ACCESS Program.