One Twelve Home Store opens in Roanoke

Amy Graham is the owner of One Twelve Home Store, in Roanoke. The store, which opened in May, carries a variety of home decor items.

One Twelve Home Store is open for business in Roanoke.

The store carries an array of home decor items. It opened May 1 and is owned by Amy Graham, who says Roanoke was an appealing destination for her business.

“It’s a beautiful spot,” she says. “I love the town of Roanoke. The people are so nice here. They’re so friendly.
“And all the other store owners, they really work together.”

One Twelve’s offerings include artwork, faux floral pieces, rugs, lamps, pillows and more.

Many of the store’s items make good gifts, says Graham.

Andrews Elementary announces fourth quarter honor roll students

Andrews Elementary School has announced the following students who have achieved the honor roll for the fourth quarter of the 2018-19 school year.

All A’s
Fifth Grade
Skylee Bartrom, Keira Boothman, Raegan Double, Kennedy Glassburn, Phoenix Honeycutt, Cruz Kindler, Jaiden Kirk, Addalyn Lewis, Carly Mattox, Makayla Mattox, Audrey Moreland, Mason Nicola, Emily Perdue, Mason Ptak, Caiden Schmidt, Liam Sell, Kirah Sheward, Rayni Sickley, Henry Tucker, Luci Vickrey and Katie Young.

Area students awarded Jim and Nancy Breiner Family scholarships

The Huntington County Community Foundation announces Chelsea Boyer, Savannah Brown, Kaytee Cotant, Melanie Gradeless, Claire Harvey, Gillian Hughes, Kristina Parker, Samantha Rochelle Smith and Tabi Smith as recipients of 2019 James and Nancy Breiner Family Scholarships totaling $750 each.

Librarian Kirby to speak of time working for NASA mission control

Sarah Kirby, genealogy librarian at the Huntington City-Township Public Library, will speak of her time working for NASA’s Mission Control at a community talk Thursday, June 13, at the Huntington branch. Starting at 6:15 p.m., Kirby will talk about her experience and answer questions, as well as showcase memorabilia from her time at America’s premier space program.

Sending supplies to Uganda

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The students in Mrs. Jami PeGan’s fifth-grade class at Roanoke Elementary School chose a class project this year to collect school supplies for students in Uganda. Collection boxes were set out in the hallways and any student from the school could bring donations to place in the boxes. This year they collected 17 boxes full of school supplies to send to Uganda.

Salamonie Summer Festival looking for great Lego builders for display

The Salamonie Summer Festival in Warren is looking for some great Lego builders to display their builds.

Any design, no matter how big or small, can be entered as long as it is built with Legos. 

Projects must be family-oriented (no nudity, vulgarity, etc.). A people’s choice voting will be in these age categories: up to age 5; 6 to 12 years; 13 to 17 years; and 18 and up.

Tennis drill

Photo by Steve Clark.

Blake Childs (right), head coach of the Huntington North High School girls’ tennis team, runs a drill during the team’s youth camp on Thursday, June 6, at the school’s tennis courts. The camp spanned five days and saw tennis players of all ages learn new skills from Childs, his coaching staff and players.

Salamonie Elementary announces 4Q honor roll students

Salamonie Elementary School has announced the following students who have achieved the honor roll for the fourth quarter of the 2018-19 school year.

All A’s
Fifth Grade
Angelica Alba, Emma Alford, Ceaten Brubaker, Anna Clampitt, Isabella Draffen, Blaine Freiburger, Colleen Hughes, Evan Kern, Kendra Killen, Makayla Lambert, Aubrey Landrum, James Linker, Ava Markley, Isabella Maul, Gunnar McCut-cheon, Abigail Michaud, Jakira Morris, Kael Spahr and Dalton Stephan.

Big kick

Photo by Steve Clark.

Hudson Penrod (right), a participant in the Huntington North Soccer Camp, kicks a ball during a drill at the camp on Thursday, June 6, at the school’s soccer fields. Aidan Hosler (left), a senior on the Huntington North boys’ soccer team, assesses Penrod’s kick.

Giving direction

Photo by Steve Clark.

Brant Brown (right), an assistant coach for the Huntington North High School boys’ basketball team, directs participants in the team’s youth basketball camp during a drill on Wednesday, June 5, in North Arena. The camp spanned four days and saw attendees hone existing skills while developing new ones.


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