Salem High School inducts new members into NHS

Thirty-four Salem High School students were inducted into the National Honor Society on March 20 in the high school auditorium. Pictured are, first row, from left, Martin Roth, Samuel Hank, Matthew Shrontz, Bryce Hendricks, Jacob Baker, Dale Jenkins, Jesse Slocum, Jacob Bezon, Logan Joy, Branson Wilms, and Zachary Morris; second row, Bransen Panezott, Owen Ellis, Gage Timmerman, Haley Carner, Rylee Meals, Emily Ehrenberg, Raegan Meals, Julia Martinelli, Anna Shivers, Olivia Ramsey, Mariah Cresanto; third row, Cameron Turney, Seth Brine, Timothy Erskine, Marissa Swindell, Courtney Waters, Kylie Chaffin, Michelle Santini, Listy Barnhart, Emily Winkler, Katharine Paumier and Alyssa Pallo. Not pictured is NavaJo Culler. Keynote speaker Robert Herron addressed the graduating seniors and new inductees. Herron, father of Carson Herron, is a 1970 SHS graduate and received a bachelor’s degree in political science from The Ohio State University in 1974 and a law degree from Capital University in 1977. He has been a prosecutor for 35 years and is the current prosecuting attorney for Columbiana County, a position he has held for 27 years. He spoke about the importance of leading by example and character. (Submitted photo)