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Cold glow

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A rising sun reflects off snow drifting across Township Road 179 near County Road 29 Monday morning. Drifting snow is a concern for road crews as they attempt to clear snow and ice. The effects of material applied to roadways by crews is minimal in sub-zero temperatures, Logan County highway crews report. As of Tuesday morning, the county remains under a level 1 snow emergency. (EXAMINER PHOTO | NATE SMTTH)

Last Updated on Tuesday, 07 January 2014

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Apropos movie title

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Frozen is the word for today for sure with the high temperature expected to be -8. Overnight temperatures are expected to hit -14. No schools were in session today and some businesses were shuttered also as blustery winds are expected to continue throughout the day and into Tuesday, with a high of 7 expected. Frozen — the Disney movie — can be seen at 7:30 p.m. daily at Chakeres Cinema, 888 E. Sandusky. It is based on Hans Christian Andersen’s The Snow Queen and features a kingdom cast into eternal winter by a Snow Queen and the efforts of a mountain man and a reindeer who team up with a princess to break the icy spell. If only it were that easy. Wednesday’s high is to be near 25; a relative heat wave. (EXAMINER PHOTO | T.J. HUBBARD)

Last Updated on Monday, 06 January 2014

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That does not compute

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It was too cold this morning for the information board at the Logan County Health District office, 310 S. Main St., to compute the temperature along with the time, noting it was “NA” or not available. It was about -5 at that time. (EXAMINER PHOTO | T.J. HUBBARD)

Last Updated on Monday, 06 January 2014

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Snowy play

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Winnie Bodin, 6, slides down the driveway of the Glen Hollow Drive home her mother Colleen Bodin, seated in the snow, just finished shoveling on a cold, but sunny Friday morning. Weekend forecasts call for warmer temperatures today, but snow and frigid temperatures are expected to set in Sunday and continue into the early part of next week. (EXAMINER PHOTO | REUBEN MEES)

 

Last Updated on Saturday, 04 January 2014

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Recycled art

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Riverside Elementary School kindergartners, from the left, Elizabeth White, DeLaney Ratleff and Shaye McGill share their holiday homework project made out of cones donated by AGC Automotive Americas in Bellefontaine. Each student in Mandy Cotterman’s class was provided with a brown cone to decorate at home with their families to represent a holiday symbol of their choice. AGC is a “zero to landfill” company, and its employees have the goal of recycling everything the company uses. (PHOTO | RIVERSIDE SCHOOLS)

Last Updated on Friday, 03 January 2014

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Christmas cleanup

Last Updated on Tuesday, 31 December 2013

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Riverside students visit Ohio Fire Academy

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Riverside High School students recently visited the Ohio Fire Academy as a part of college and career readiness activities.

Rick Best, Ohio Fire Academy’s Eastern advocate manager, hosted the group and explained a number of aspects of academy training, including arson investigations, the evidence chain, training facilities, burn buildings and emergency services.

Students Jesse Kean, Aaron Kean and Greg Bryant said they are interested in continuing their families’ traditions of serving as firefighters in the DeGraff and Quincy.

Riverside High School guidance counselor Connie Beatty helped to coordinate this trip. She also recently arranged a full-day of student visits to Georgetown College and University of Kentucky.

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Last Updated on Thursday, 26 December 2013

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BLHS students visit Honda Plant

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Benjamin Logan High School students in the Japanese culture class, Japanese 1, and those who are currently enrolled in the Japanese National Honor Society recently visited Honda of America Mfg. at East Liberty.
The students first watched a PowerPoint presentation and learned how the Marysville Plant was Honda’s first U.S. production facility. After the presentation, the students put on portable microphones and safety goggles for the assembly line tour.
Honda also provided a question and answer session for the students. The tour was arranged by Dai Yamamoto, BLHS Japanese instructor.

Last Updated on Thursday, 26 December 2013

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