News

  1. 2024 Village Vistas Program Open!

    Apr. 25, 2024

    Ohio State University Extension Announces 2024 Village Vistas Program

  2. Spring 2024 CD Newsletter Available

    Feb. 13, 2024

    Spring 2024 CD Newsletter Available

     

  3. NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING #1 Feb. 26, 2024

    Feb. 08, 2024

    NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING #1  COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT IMPLEMENTATION STRATEGY (CDIS)

    COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT

  4. Extension Community Development to Host Grant Writing 101 Training

    Jan. 30, 2024

    Thinking about writing a grant? OSU Extension Community Development staff from Noble County will host a Grant Writing 101 Training Friday, March 8 from 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. at the Noble OSU Extension Office (46049 Marietta Rd., Ste. 2 Caldwell).

  5. Rural Grocery 2023 Survey Findings Report Available

    Jan. 23, 2024

    The January 2024 Rural Grocery 2023 Survey Findings Report is authored by Gwynn Stewart, MS, as a member of The Ohio State University Extension Business Retention & Expansion Team. Stewart also completed the Rural Grocery Transition Specialist micro-credential through Kansas State University Extension in 2023.

  6. Community Development Newsletter

    Jan. 04, 2024

    The most recent OSU Extension Community Development - Noble County Newsletter is available.

  7. Snook Honored with Ohio’s Excellence in 4-H Award

    Dec. 15, 2023

    At the annual meeting of the Ohio Joint Council of Extension Professionals, Nancy Snook, 4-H educator in Noble County was honored by her Ohio State University Extension colleagues with the Charles W. Lifer Excellence in 4-H Award. The award is presented annually to the Ohio 4-H educator who has demonstrated exceptional achievement.

  8. Ohio State University Extension Noble County Presents Semi-Annual Program Update

    Dec. 08, 2023

    The Ohio State University Extension Noble County Office provided members of the Noble County Extension Advisory Council a semi-annual update in late October. The Advisory Council includes volunteers representing each Extension program area. Agriculture members include Rita Mika, Jessie Radcliff and Greg Bergman; 4-H Youth Development members are Oliva Hendershot, Ruby Schockling and Kim Gibson. FCS representatives are Diane Dudley, Hannah Bingham and Melanie Schott. Community Development volunteers include Darrell Crum, Julie Caldwell and Richard Rutherford.

  9. Noble County Tourism Customer Service Training to be Offered Virtually Sept. 14

    Aug. 17, 2023

    Join us for Noble County Tourism Customer Service Training
    September 14: 3-4 p.m.

  10. Trauma-Informed Care Lunch & Learn Aug. 31 for Faith-Based Leaders

    Jul. 31, 2023

    Ohio State University Extension Trauma-Informed Care Lunch & Learn Aug. 31 for Faith-Based Leaders

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