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Nikki Stevenson played volleyball off and on throughout her high school career. Her love for the sport did not end upon her high school graduation from Ackerman High School.
Kosciusko Schools Superintendent Billy Ellzey this morning issued a letter clarifying the reasoning behind the individualized graduation ceremony plan released last night, indicating that if circumstances allow, a traditional graduation ceremony could be held in the future.
The Kosciusko School Board tonight voted unanimously on a plan to hold and videotape individual graduations for each graduate of Kosciusko High School. Each video will then be combined into a single graduation recording and distributed.
With more than 25% of the local staff either testing positive for COVID-19 or in quarantine awaiting test results, Waste Management is having to juggle staff, equipment and routes to keep the trash collected from area communities and businesses.
Going back on a previous decision is never easy, and Jackie McElwain is a great example of that.
“When the virus hit, I had not sent my retirement papers in and I didn’t know if it was a good time to retire with everything up in the air,” said McElwain.
Sherry Ingold, the postal delivery woman who died Jan. 24 after she was shot delivering mail along her rural postal route on Highway 35 in Hesterville on Jan. 16 was an organ donor.
Graduation plans remain under consideration