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Applications being accepting for Huber Scholarships

The Henry P. Huber Scholarship committee is currently accepting applications for the 2010-2011 school year, according to Greg Denecker, Bluffton school superintendent. Applications may be acquired from the Guidance Counselor at Bluffton High School, the Superintendent's office in the Bluffton Elementary School and from the Citizens National Bank in Bluffton.

The year was 1973

We know this much: PK lives in Hancock County. What we don't know is this: was PK born in 1973 or is PK a 1973 graduate of Cory-Rawson?


Institute for Learning in Retirement registration deadline Jan. 20

Bluffton University's Institute for Learning in Retirement (ILR), an educational program designed specifically for retired individuals, is offering six classes this winter. The registration deadline is Jan. 20.

The courses are held at Bluffton University and cost $50. Registration and course fees (if applicable) are due at time of registration. For more information or to register, please contact J.P. Schumacher, director of ILR, at schumacherjp@bluffton.edu or 419-358-3346.

15 minutes with Helen Madrigal

Aaron Madrigal, Helen Madrigal, Sarah Madrigal Perry and Nick Perry

You went to Tuslaw High School; did you grow up in Masillon?

Nature-inspired jewelry exhibit opens Jan. 11

Krintina Glick jewelry

Bluffton University will present an art exhibit, "Kristina Glick: Jewelry, Prints and Enamels," Monday, Jan. 11, through Friday, Feb. 5, in the Grace Albrecht Gallery of Sauder Visual Arts Center. The exhibit will be open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday to Friday and 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday and is free and open to the public.

University hosts two MLK Day Forum events

Eighth graders from Lima North Middle School will present "The More I Understand, The More I Accept," Tuesday, Jan. 19 at 11 a.m. in Founders Hall as part of Bluffton University's Forum series. The forum is free and open to the public.

The presentation will be given by the 22-member class of the Lima Arts Magnet program, which is based at Lima North Middle School. The class is in the process of developing a readers' theatre series that focuses on societal struggles with racism, prejudice, tolerance and acceptance.