• A weekly livestream focusing on wellness opportunities through the Area Agency on Aging District 7 (AAA7) is featured each Wednesday on the AAA7 Facebook page. “Wellness Wednesdays” is featured each week at 10a.m. with a new wellness topic for discussion during the broadcast.
  • New Jackson Elks’ Lodge Exalted Ruler continues family tradition of leadership
    The Jackson Elks Lodge #466 conducted its annual Induction Ceremony on Saturday evening, April 10, with officers beginning new terms.
  • Natalia Burton celebrates 101st birthday
    Pictured is Natalia Edwards-Burton, a current resident of Jenkins Care Community in Wellston, who turned 101 years old on Thursday, April 15.
  • Wellston’s Bundy Elementary School has announced May 25, 26 and 27 as dates for Kindergarten registration. Parents/guardians are asked to bring their ID (driver’s license or Social Security card), the student’s birth certificate, the student’s immunization record, proof of residency (utility bill, rent receipt, etc.) and custody information, if applicable.
  • Wellston’s Bundy Elementary School has announced May 25, 26 and 27 as dates for Kindergarten registration. Parents/guardians are asked to bring their ID (driver’s license or Social Security card), the student’s birth certificate, the student’s immunization record, proof of residency (utility bill, rent receipt, etc.) and custody information, if applicable.
  • Yablonsky joins Lillian Jones Museum Board
    Now in its 26th year, the Lillian E. Jones Museum, which is Jackson County’s home for history, culture and education, has added a new Museum Board member representing the Wellston area.
  • Adults who want to earn certification in an "in-demand" career field, but who do not have a high school diploma, can get both at the same time through the Aspire Adult Education Program at the Pike County Career Technology Center. This training track is in addition to the high school equivalency, college and career readiness classes offered to adult students at no cost.
  • Wellston High School (WHS) officials have released the names of students that earned Superintendent’s List (grade-point average of 3.8 to 5.0), Honor Roll and Honorable Mention status during the third grading period of the 2020-2021 school year. Those names marked with (*) indicate a GPA of 4.0 and above. 
  • The annual Flower Sale of the Southern Hills Arts Council (SHAC) is underway.

  • DeWine appoints Munn to RGCC Board
    Governor Mike DeWine appointed Sarah Munn to the Rio Grande Community College Board of Trustees in late February. 
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