Recognized for education reporting


The Wilmington City Schools (WCS) Board of Education, in conjunction with the Ohio School Boards Association, recognized Wilmington News Journal staff writer Gary Huffenberger for “fair and balanced education reporting” and for having community-minded interests during a recent WCS board meeting. From left are WCS school board President Mike Flanigan, Huffenberger, and WCS Superintendent Mindy McCarty-Stewart.

The Wilmington City Schools (WCS) Board of Education, in conjunction with the Ohio School Boards Association, recognized Wilmington News Journal staff writer Gary Huffenberger for “fair and balanced education reporting” and for having community-minded interests during a recent WCS board meeting. From left are WCS school board President Mike Flanigan, Huffenberger, and WCS Superintendent Mindy McCarty-Stewart.


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The Wilmington City Schools (WCS) Board of Education, in conjunction with the Ohio School Boards Association, recognized Wilmington News Journal staff writer Gary Huffenberger for “fair and balanced education reporting” and for having community-minded interests during a recent WCS board meeting. From left are WCS school board President Mike Flanigan, Huffenberger, and WCS Superintendent Mindy McCarty-Stewart.

The Wilmington City Schools (WCS) Board of Education, in conjunction with the Ohio School Boards Association, recognized Wilmington News Journal staff writer Gary Huffenberger for “fair and balanced education reporting” and for having community-minded interests during a recent WCS board meeting. From left are WCS school board President Mike Flanigan, Huffenberger, and WCS Superintendent Mindy McCarty-Stewart.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2019/12/web1_me_p.jpgThe Wilmington City Schools (WCS) Board of Education, in conjunction with the Ohio School Boards Association, recognized Wilmington News Journal staff writer Gary Huffenberger for “fair and balanced education reporting” and for having community-minded interests during a recent WCS board meeting. From left are WCS school board President Mike Flanigan, Huffenberger, and WCS Superintendent Mindy McCarty-Stewart. Courtesy photo