Thursday, September 21, 2017

School Board Kicks Off School Year

September 18, 2017 by Magdalene Pesch | No Comments

Last year, Kirtland Schools spent more than it brought in, said district board of education Vice-President Ron Stepanovic Aug. 28.

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New Police Chief Loves the Community He Serves

September 18, 2017 by Magdalene Pesch | No Comments

A friend of mine who was a Euclid police officer told me that he got his start with the City of Kirtland. I told him that I was in the academy and he immediately said, "Go to Kirtland." – Lance Nosse

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Florist Plants New Seeds in Kirtland

September 18, 2017 by Cassandra Shofar | No Comments

Between a love of greenhouses and the green thumb guidance of her aunt and uncle, Audra Myers seemed to naturally fall into the flower business.

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Kirtland City to be More Open for Business?

August 11, 2017 by Magdalene Pesch | No Comments

"We’re taking measures for shared services, attrition, contracting some things out that we don’t need to do or want to do. But if we don’t grow, if we don’t gain some revenue, then we’re going to be reducing services." – Doug Davidson

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Accolades Rain Down on Student Athletes June 26

August 11, 2017 by Magdalene Pesch | No Comments

Coaches JP Moran and Greg Sayle helped kick off the June 26 Kirtland BOE meeting with praise of their teams.

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School Board, Supt. Get Their Personnel Ducks in a Row

August 11, 2017 by Magdalene Pesch | No Comments

On July 24, Kirtland Schools Board of Education and Superintendent Bill Wade met in executive session to discuss Wade’s annual performance evaluation.

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National Issue Touches Kirtland

August 11, 2017 by Magdalene Pesch | No Comments

The mood of the July 3 Kirtland City Council meeting became serious when Briar Hill Drive resident Mary Ellen Struze addressed council.

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