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Teen uses personal experiences to drive her towards the future

WATERFORD — Mackenzie Suprano, 17, is a senior at Waterford High School. Throughout her high school career, Suprano has been very active in school and the community. She has attended the Little Hocking Church of Christ for 17 years, played on her school’s varsity basketball team and ...

Continuing your legacy

When living in a small town, sometimes one can see the footprints left there for generations. For Taylor Haines, 17, of Fort Frye, it definitely isn’t hard to spot those historical influences on her life. Haines has spent her teen years involved in activities such as FFA and 4-H. ...

Med school bound

Alexa Marley, 17, is a senior at Monroe Central. Marley has spent her teen years enjoying 4-H, FFA, volleyball, being a youth mentor and going to Belmont College where she has earned enough college credits to graduate with two associates degrees (in May) in science and mental health ...

Scout works to install Battlefield Cross

For his Eagle Scout project, 17-year-old Will Yannitell wanted to do a complementary memorial to Gold Star Park in Marietta. He said after talking to veterans, he decided to do a memorial consisting of a Battlefield Cross piece cast in bronze with a sandstone pedestal. The memorial will ...

Following your dreams

PARKERSBURG —Sometimes taking a leap towards your dreams can be scary, but it also can be rewarding as you watch that hard work pay off. As a junior Abby Farnsworth, 17, decided to do just that and publish her first book “EverGreen.” Now as a senior at Parkersburg South High School ...

Amythyst Kiah to perform at Marietta College

From staff reports Singer/songwriter Amythyst Kiah will perform at 3 p.m. Sunday at the Dyson-Baudo Recreation Center, Marietta College. Doors will open at 2:15 p.m. and the performance is free and open to the public. Kiah’s Rounder Records debut, Wary + Strange, marks the combination of ...