Blanchester Schools Foundation presents scholarships



Ashleigh Osborn is presented the Carlton and Carolyn Binkley Educational Scholarship.



Madison Wells is presented the Jennifer Carter Memorial Scholarship.



Chelsie Garner is presented the Ledford Family Scholarship.



Chloe Taylor is presented the Carnahan Scholarship. She is shown with Foundation President Tony Long and Vice President Ellen Binkley Hill.

BLANCHESTER — The Blanchester Schools Foundation recently presented four scholarships during the high school’s Senior Awards Ceremony.

The four scholarships are valued at $42,000.

• The Carnahan Scholarship was established in honor of Iva Jean (Irvin) Carnahan and Raymond Norman Carnahan, who

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(WIVB) — Fifty New Yorkers between the ages 12 to 17 could graduate debt-free thanks to the State’s “Get a Shot to Make your Future” program.

Governor Cuomo announced this latest vaccine incentive this week, saying those in that age group can enter into a random prize drawing when they get their vaccine. If chosen, they’ll receive a full scholarship, including room and board, to any SUNY or CUNY school.

This comes as the national student loan debt continues to climb. Currently, more

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Ramona High students receive $47K in scholarships from local organizations

Graduating seniors were honored with scholarships totaling $47,000 at the Ramona High School Senior Scholarship Night on May 25.

The evening ceremony was held on an outdoor stage for the first time as a coronavirus safety precaution.

Ramona High Principal Tony Newman thanked the many community partners who contributed to the scholarships. He also announced Charlotte Boss as the Class of 2021 Valedictorian, and presented her with the Old Miner Award.

Ramona High Naval Junior Officers Training Corps, L-R, Mario Romero, Seth McQuiddy, Frannie Stromberg, Armando De Los Cabos.

(Julie Gallant)

The following community organizations awarded scholarships during Senior Scholarship

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June 1, 2021

Ag Economy Barometer declines sharply; producers remain bullish on farmland values

The Ag Economy Barometer declines sharply; producers remain bullish on farmland values. (Purdue/CME Group Ag Economy Barometer/James Mintert)
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WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. and CHICAGO — The Purdue University/CME Group Ag Economy Barometer saw a significant decline in May, down 20 points to a reading of 158. This marks the lowest reading for the survey since September. Producers were less optimistic about both current conditions and the future of the agricultural economy. The Index of Current Conditions dropped 17 points to a reading of 178, and

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The global chatbot market was valued at $17.17 billion in 2020 and is projected to reach $102.29 billion by 2026, at a CAGR of 34.75% during the forecast period (2021 – 2026).

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