Teens offer some help and hope | News, Sports, Jobs – 71Bait

MERRY EARLY CHRISTMAS — John Miller of Maryland Avenue in Steubenville, second from right, was among needy homeowners who received help this week from more than 300 youth from across the country who came to Steubenville to help with 90 projects as part of their Catholic Heart to tackle workcamp experience. With … Read more

Lead Paint Security Program Comes to Region | news – 71Bait

The Meramec Regional Planning Commission (MRPC) recently received funding from the US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) to address child lead poisoning in the Meramec area. During the June 9th MRPC board meeting, Patrick Stites, MRPC environmental specialist and project manager for this program, shared program details with the board on how local … Read more

Freedom, flights and fun this weekend | News, Sports, Jobs – 71Bait

Another busy weekend is upon us in Southwest Minnesota, with community events celebrating freedom, escape and lots of fun. Canby’s Hat Daze and Lake Benton’s Saddle Horse Holiday events begin today. The Ray Fagen Memorial Air Show, featuring WWII Pacific Rim aircraft, takes place at Granite Falls Airport on Saturday. And on Sunday, … Read more

Approximately 225 years of local history are showcased at the Steubenville Visitor Center | News, Sports, Jobs – 71Bait

HISTORY OF THE EXHIBITION — Steubenville is celebrating its 225th anniversary this year. Exhibitions in the visitor center at historic Fort Steuben offer a look back at the town’s history. — contributed STEUBENVILLE – For the next six weeks, the focus at the Steubenville Visitor Center will be on local history … Read more

Two events attract many in Wintersville | News, Sports, Jobs – 71Bait

A BLAST FROM THE PAST – Local band Reflections played old-time rock ‘n’ roll and some modern hits in front of the Wintersville Municipal Building in Wintersville on Wednesday, in keeping with this month’s 50s Flashback theme. – Warren Scott A BLAST FROM THE PAST – Local band Reflections played old-time … Read more

Young shares, instills a love of art in Bishop Guilfoyle’s students | News, Sports, Jobs – 71Bait

Mirror photo by Patrick Waksmunski Bishop Guilfoyle Catholic High School art teacher Neil Young (right) helps freshman Trevor Rehm, 15, with the light box in painting 101. Embarking on a new career is never easy, but taking on a new role in the middle of a pandemic — while also succeeding … Read more

UCSB Art and Architectural History Students Develop Online Journal | UCSB – 71Bait

When organizers of the 2020 Art History Graduate Student Association Symposium at UC Santa Barbara had to cancel it due to COVID, they decided the show must go on — just in a different form. So they started the peer-reviewed “react/review: a responsive journal for art & architecture” on eScholarship, the open access platform of … Read more

Three new museum exhibits tell 100 years of Ventura County history Living & Lifestyle – 71Bait

Posted on June 1st, 2022 | 5:54 p.m Free opening reception on June 10th A photo from the exhibition All that glitters is not gold. (Photo courtesy) A piece from Chromatic: The Museum in Six Colors. (Photo courtesy) The Museum of Ventura County is inviting guests to a complimentary inaugural reception on June 18 from … Read more

Three museum exhibits tell 100 years of Ventura County history | Living & Lifestyle – 71Bait

Posted on June 1st, 2022 | 3:32 p.m Free opening reception on June 10th A photo from the exhibition All that glitters is not gold. (Photo courtesy) A piece from Chromatic: The Museum in Six Colors. (Photo courtesy) The Museum of Ventura County is inviting guests to a complimentary inaugural reception on June 18 from … Read more

Jefferson Alumni Awards Scholarships – The Highland County Press – 71Bait

Courtesy of Linda Step The Jefferson Alumni met on May 28 and awarded $1,000 in scholarships to 19 graduating seniors. Since 2003, Jefferson Alumni have awarded 145 scholarships. In 2022, Phil Brown and Tom Brown funded two scholarships in memory of their late brother, David, who was a 1967 Jefferson graduate and gifted athlete. The … Read more