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MINSTER - The Minster Area Life Squad needs a new medical director to oversee operations, village council members learned Tuesday. Nicole Clune, a council member who serves on the safety committee, said current medical direct . . .
FORT RECOVERY - School officials are researching whether to implement random drug testing for high school athletes beginning this fall. Athletic director Kurt Rammel told school board members Tuesday night he has been reviewing . . .
Fort Recovery tabbed a familar name to take over its boys basketball program. Chris Guggenbiller, a 1999 graduate of Fort Recovery, was formally approved as head coach at the district's board of education meeting on Tuesday. Gu . . .
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