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Drones useful tool for farmers

The evolving use of unmanned aerial vehicles, in agriculture was the topic of the monthly Farmer’ Breakfast Tuesday.
Knox County OSU Extension Educator John Barker said everybody calls them drones, of course, but extension educators are told they should use the term “unmanned aerial vehicle” term because “drone” sounds like military hardware.

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June 21, 2017

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Paradigm shift in North Fork Schools

At Monday’s school board meeting, North Fork superintendent Scott Hartley announced a paradigm shift in the educational process. The new approach represents a shift away from the mere acquisition of facts to the effective application of learned facts.

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June 20, 2017

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Fredericktown looks into resource officer grant

The village will apply for a grant that could help pay for a full-time school resource officer.
Fredericktown council Monday gave Police Chief Roger Brown the green-light to seek an Ohio Office of Criminal Justice Solutions (OCJS) Community Oriented Policing Services grant that would pay 75 percent of a school resource officer (SRO) salary.

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June 20, 2017

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Danville OKs security proposal for computers

After listening to a comprehensive proposal, members of Danville’s Village Council on Monday decided to spend the money and upgrade the village’s computer security system.
Ben Rule, vice president of InfoLink, explained in detail a proposal to secure the computer system for the village’s employees and police department.

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June 20, 2017

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