The Coshocton County Beacon November 22, 2017 - Page 33

Court Expands Pro Se Legal Services COSHOCTON - Coshocton County Juvenile Court will expand legal services through an agreement signed with Capital University’s Family and Youth Law Cen- ter. Th e expansion will allow for clients that qualify based on income guidelines to get additional assis- tance beyond what the court’s brief advice legal clinic currently is able to off er. Anticipated Juvenile Court related services from Capital will include: A phone help line, an online database for information related to Coshocton Juvenile Court’s forms and process, and law student assistance on completing paperwork related to more complicated case fi lings than can be addressed at the monthly brief advice clinics. It is anticipated that clients to be served will have already attended the local brief advice legal clinic, but signifi cant issues surrounding their case and time restrictions would limit local attorney’s ability to address these at the brief advice clinic. When Judge Van Blanchard II and Coshocton County Juvenile Court developed the local “Family Law Clinic” in July of 2016, the focus was for clients with limited income to get extra assistance and brief legal advice from local attorneys on proper fi ling of paperwork in civil matters handled through the Court of Common Pleas, General Division and Juve- nile Division. To date, 129 clients have been served through 16 sessions, leading to increased access and improved quality of fi ling for both courts. At the brief legal advice clinic, local attorneys help the courts and clients with more accurate fi lings, suggestions on how court process works and infor- mational fl yers also contribute to client needs when tackling diffi cult paperwork and procedures. South- eastern Ohio Legal Services has supported the clinics by tracking volunteer attorney hours for training credit, qualifying eligible participants and taking surveys on how to improve clinics and satisfaction of clients receiving advice. While Judge Blanchard is enthusiastic about this new opportunity to provide enhanced legal services for court clients, he also stressed the importance of continued brief advice clinics with local attorneys which serves both local courts handling civil family matters. “It is important to continue this local clinic so all court clients have access to advice on local is- sues and court processes, and to ensure that access to justice and changes in society are met with improved techniques in today’s self-serve world.” Contributed | Beacon THE BEACON 33 www.coshoctonbeacontoday.com NOVEMBER 22, 2017 Ridgewood Middle School announces fi rst nine weeks honors WEST LAFAYETTE – Ridgewood Middle School recently an- nounced its fi rst nine weeks principal, honor, and merit rolls with the following names: Fourth Grade: Principal Roll: Kenzie Bice, Dylan Burt, Jackson Cabot, Connor Croy, Jensen Cunningham, Skylar Evans, Mason Gano, Jillian Guthrie, Brody Harding, Lyla Jarvis, Jacob Jones, Autumn 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Ava Kulbacki, Kaylee Kunze, Grant Lahmers, Blair Lowe, Sunny Maple, Bralee Mat- thews, Kaylee Miller, Sidney Moore, Hart Newell, Alayah Reynolds, Hallie Rounds, Katelyn Scott, Maggie Shan- non, Alexis Starkey, Skylar Warren, Brynn Waters, Justin Weaver, Damien Williams, Iris Williams, and Logan Zimmer Honor Roll: Zoey Alan, Kyrria Buick, Makayla Jones, Gabe Lamneck, Wyatt Lockard, Cohen Miller, Braden Moore, Keaton Stone, Daniel Wilkins, and Taryn Yoder Merit Roll: Gage Brown, Jordyne Carpenter, Takoda Dunlop, Carter Fenn, Brodi Hardesty, Zaya Hasham, Paul Lukco, Bryer Parks, Aydan Salmon, Kristin Sells, Braydon Shearn, Reed Shroyer,Bailey Sturtz, Carolyn Weaver, Anna Wenck, Lukas Whitson, Brant Wilson, and Sydney Wood Sixth Grade: Principal Roll: Liah Alloway, Nick Art, Kaylee Belt, Conner Blakley, Zander Brenneman, Corey Burt, Emma Dobbins, Allison Edie, Zach Evin, Logan Fechuch, Elexia Gress, Dravyn Hardesty- Jones, Con- ner Hostetler, Kendall Jurin, Dakota Kealiher, Hayden Kilchenman, Cooper King, Haylee Kinsey, Megan Main- waring, Hunter Maple, Kya Masloski, Alivia Miller, Tar- ryn Morris, Graisyn Pence, Sydney Perrico, Chloie Raber, Tori Robinson, Teagen Shortt- Wilkie, Landon Shroyer, Eli Sudoku Answers Puzzle 1 (Easy, difficulty rating 0.40) Puzzle 2 (Easy, difficulty rating 0.40) 9 1 4 2 8 6 3 5 7 7 9 3 6 5 2 8 4 1 3 5 2 4 1 7 9 8 6 4 5 8 1 9 3 2 6 7 8 5 2 1 4 7 6 6 3 4 7 2 9 8 7 6 8 9 1 3 5 3 1 5 6 7 8 9 9 2 7 3 5 6 4 5 4 9 8 3 1 2 2 8 1 5 6 4 7 1 7 6 4 9 2 3 4 9 3 2 8 5 1 2 6 8 1 3 9 5 1 3 2 7 6 4 8 6 4 5 9 2 1 7 8 9 3 2 5 7 4 4 7 1 6 8 3 2 7 8 4 5 9 6 1 3 1 9 4 7 5 6 5 2 7 3 1 8 9 9 5 6 8 4 2 3 Stroup, Marc Tuff ord, Madison Wilkin, Bailee Williams, and Damian Yoder Honor Roll: Rylee Berg, Braiden Daugherty, Dawson Ford, Isabell Moore, Christopher Phillabaum, Emma Ret- tos, Rose Seich, Karie Sells, Kyna Warne, and Blake Young Merit Roll: Skyler Angle, Matthew Brickey-Hughes, Bryson Brickles, Mason Colvin, Kaleah Dreher, Robert Gaston, Koner Goldsboro, Camron Lousha, Raiden Med- ley, Tori Milligan, Shayla Patterson, William Perkins, and Brysen Umstott Seventh Grade: Principal Roll: Zachary Addy, Haylee Adkins, Elana Alloway, Aliyah Beitzel, Kadin Belt, Cami Brill, Seth Brown, Arianna Bryant, Landon Burkholder, Cohen Cabot, Josiah Cahill, Keeley Carter, Adam Chahid, Jessica Dotson, Julia Geer, Hunter Gonter, Quincy Hains, Cyrys Hardesty, Brenna Hoff man, Gavin Hunt, Emma Kulbacki, Sam Layman, Josh Lillibridge, Alex Martin, Ian McCurdy, Riley Moreland, Alivia Mourer, Landon Oliver Smith, Kylah Patterson, Jonas Paugh, Keenen Pearson, Kaelynn Robinson, Timothy Romine, Anika Salmon, Royce Shaff er, Cassie Shaw, Benny Shuck, Kaiedence Smith, Kauelen Smith, Zane Stanton, Zach Starkey, Kyn- dall Stocker, Aden Troyer, Trent Warden, Alyna Weaver, Brooklyn Williams, and Caden Zimmer Honor Roll: Allison Blevens, Parker Cognion, Arian- na Dotson, Ally Durbin, Kannin Eckelberry, Savannah Gyongyosi, Cameron Hershberger, Lane Huff , Jessalyn Ihli, Braylon Jaras, Chloe Johnson, Braylon Keff er, Conrad Kusmich, Kelley Masloski, Justin McCormick, Jaydeigh Miller, Cadence Moore, Garett Raymont, Makenzie Schumaker, Kyra Weaver, Andrea Webb, Emily Whit- comb, Jesse White, Ashton Wilson, Braden Wilson, and Osiris Wise Merit Roll: Kendall Hoff man, Kristen Jones, Joel Lavi- gne, Jesse Maple, Jessica Th ompson, Alyssa Tumblin, Angelo Wheeler, and Deakkon Williamson