Author Archives: Michaela Madison

Updated Clinical Report on Health Care Transitions for Youth and Young Adults

(US) – The American Academy of Pediatrics is sharing information regarding the transition from youth healthcare to adult healthcare.

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Law Enforcement Launches Bus Ride for Safety

(Canton, Ohio) – This week Stark County students may share their seat on the school bus with a Stark County Deputy!

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SENATOR TALKS TESTING WITH BCC STUDENTS AND STAFF

(New Philadelphia, Ohio) – A group of Buckeye Career Center students recently got the chance to voice their thoughts on state testing to an Ohio lawmaker.

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Community Leaders Invited to Healthy Tusc and Anti-Violence SAFE Coalition Event

(New Philadelphia, Ohio) – Leaders in Tuscarawas County are invited to an upcoming event announcing recent data surrounding the health of residents.

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Winner Announced – Tickets to Heather Land at the PAC!

(New Philadelphia, Ohio) – We are partnering with Performing Arts Center at Kent State University at Tuscarawas is send one of our readers to this AWESOME show. Is it YOU?

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CDC Releases Survey Data Following Stark County Student Deaths

(Canton, Ohio) – The CDC is now releasing the survey results collected from more than 15,000 students, most in Stark County schools, during the 2017-2018 school year.

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Healthy Tip Tuesday: Breast Cancer Prevention

(Dennison, Ohio) – Cancer is unpredictable and unbiased, but Trinity Hospital Twin City is bringing you a few tips to lessen your risk.

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TCFCF Releases 2017 and 2018 Graduating Senior Survey Overview

(New Philadelphia, Ohio) – Tuscarawas County Family and Children First is announcing statistics on graduating local seniors.

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The S Word

(New Philadelphia, Ohio) – “The word suicide brings conversations to a halt and evokes primal fears of the darkest of all human experiences,” and that will be the focus of an upcoming local event.

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Stark Parks is Looking for Your Feedback

(Canton, Ohio) – Stark Parks officials are looking to the public for input as they create the organization’s five-year plan.

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