A daily low dose of aspirin may help a subgroup of women, those who have previously lost a pregnancy, to successfully conceive and carry a pregnancy to term, according to an analysis by researchers at the National Institutes of Health.… Read full story
Ongoing precipitation and heavy cloud cover will hinder afternoon destabilization. A few strong storms are still possible today, but the slight risk has been downgraded to a marginal risk for the Ohio Valley.
(WASHINGTON COURT HOUSE, Ohio)—Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine today announced a consumer protection lawsuit against a Jeffersonville man accused of failing to deliver promised home improvement services to consumers in Fayette County and Clinton County.
James M. Day, doing business as M&D Construction and as M&D Improvements, is accused of violating Ohio’s Consumer Sales Practices Act and Home Solicitation Sales Act.… Read full story
The Speech and Debate Team is excited to once again represent MVHS at the Ohio High School Speech League’s State Finals in Berea on March 3-4. Representing the Yellow Jackets this year are:
– Conrad Stein & Ethan Buehrer in Public Forum Debate,
– Zach Broeren & Charlie Mayville in Congressional Debate,
– Curtis Erlandson in Extemporaneous Speaking
– Makenzy Groom in Dramatic Interpretation
– Mehmet-Ali Schubel in Humorous Interpretation
Students had to qualify at the district tournament held at Napoleon High School last Saturday.
Congratulations to Alula Hunsen for being selected as a candidate for the United States Presidential Scholars Program. Each year students compete to be selected as one of 161 finalists with the designation of a U.S. Presidential Scholar. Students selected are recognized for thier accomplishments in academic success, leadership, and service to school and community.… Read full story