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You don't have to be a farmer to enjoy the Wayne County Farm Toy Show, which will be held Saturday, Feb. 7 at Smithville High School.

To be sure, there are people with varying types of agricultural backgrounds who will be on hand, said vendor Bob Platt. Some will come in search of replicas...

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Farmers, unlike many animals, don't hibernate during the winter months. And although things may slow down a tad, farmers remain busy, just a different kind of busy. For Alan Kozak, the winter months provide a chance to catch and up learn about what is driving the agricultural industry.

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A bioenergy certificate offered through the Ohio State University Agricultural Technical Institute is preparing young people for what could be energy's next major growth industry.

Coupled with ATI's renewable energy program, the bioenergy certification gives graduates with an associate...

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Auction to come back in 2016 under new name.

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Becky Jarvis has been making changes to her lifestyle to much avail. She has lost plenty of weight and gained the motivation to start an exercise program. Now she is helping other area women do the same.

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News

Maple water offers nutrients that donít flow from the tap in your sink

Maple water is the newest health drink sweeping through stores. Aden Yoder, director of operations of Green Field Farms, is producing it locally. The maple tree filtered water is supposed to promote strong and healthy tissues, and protect against disease.

Farm toy show not just for the ag community

You don't have to be a farmer to enjoy the Wayne County Farm Toy Show, which will be held Saturday, Feb. 7 at Smithville High School.

To be sure, there are people with varying types of agricultural backgrounds who will be on hand, said vendor Bob Platt. Some will come in...

A day in the life and near-death of me

Iíve been known to exaggerate. Believe me, there is no exaggeration in this story.
The day dawned bright and cheery. An orange sunrise quickly transitioned into a rare cloudless January day in northeast Ohio.

Hiland FFA not all about planting and harvesting

Paperwork and contests may not seem to have much to do with agriculture, but senior news reporter Morgan Troyer of the Hiland chapter of Future Farmers of America said the opposite is true.

We need to support our youth hunting programs

We want to thank all of you that came out to the North East Ohio Sportsmanís Show. It was nice to see familiar faces in the crowd. We shared our pictures and experiences of hunting the Arctic and Africa as a couple and some of the gear and procedures necessary to make our hunts a success.

CitC a winner by the numbers for Holmes Countyís economic growth

Each year Classic in the Country generates plenty of fine high school girls basketball action at the Perry Reese Community Center in Berlin. However, it has also become a crucial economic addition to the area during a normally sluggish winter tourism season.

A focus on nutrient management is part of SWCDís goal in 2015

As 2015 swings into action on the agricultural forefront, the practice of conservation continues to become even more important. Chuck Reynolds, NRCS, discussed what to look for in the coming year in terms of the Holmes Soil & Water Conservation Districts involvement with area farmers.

Extension making a case for pesticides with certification classes

With the push for organic foods, pesticides have gained a bad rap.

Winter presents opportunity to grow in other ways for area farmers

Farmers, unlike many animals, don't hibernate during the winter months. And although things may slow down a tad, farmers remain busy, just a different kind of busy. For Alan Kozak, the winter months provide a chance to catch and up learn about what is driving the agricultural industry.

Sports

Easy as cake to support WH athletic programs

ďLet them eat cake.Ē
Marie Antoinette once said those words, but it didnít work out well for her.
Nothing terrible will happen to you for eating these cakes, and your efforts will certainly go a long way in providing for the Knights athletic programs.

CitC awaits its newest crop of diamonds in hiding to be discovered

Playing in front of thousands of screaming fans is one thing. Playing in front of hundreds of college coaches, who are capable of providing a financial package that can alleviate the expense of college, is all together another story. Each year at Classic in the Country, high school girls basketball...

Beast of the Northeast challenges area CrossFit athletes

CrossFit proprietor Craig Nolletti came to the workout system after he found weightlifting didn't make him as healthy as he wanted to be. Now he is preparing to hold his first competition Jan. 17.

Classic in the Country XII continues celebration of unity, legacy of champions

Classic in the Country XII, slated for Martin Luther King Jr Weekend Jan. 17-19, will once again bring the high school girl hoops fans flocking to Berlin. The event, which draws tens of thousands of people to the area in the middle of winter, features 20 games in three days, great homemade food,...

Hawks celebrate 2014 with pair of year-end wins at Holiday Showcase

Two nights. Two Games. Two wins.

For the Hiland boys basketball team, the First Federal Holiday Showcase is all about quality games.

This year it was no different for the Hawks, who hosted a talented and athletic Cornerstone Christian team on Monday, and Clyde, a...

Lady Knights kick a habit and scorch the Blue Devils 56-33

On Dec. 29 in the Dungeon the Lady Knights took on the Zanesville Blue Devils and would shred off their early game struggles and bury the Blue Devils 56-33.

Beyond the arc: A Trojans horror story

Nineteen feet and three-quarters.
Sometimes it may as well be a mile. Just ask Steve Franksí Tusky Valley Trojans.

Early blitz helps Hawks fend off talented Cornerstone 52-44

Six minutes of frenzied action on the Hiland offensive side of the court began what was considered a possible preview to a Regional match-up down the road between one of the regionís most established Div. IV powers in Hiland, and the new kid on the block in Cornerstone Christian.

See 2014 in pictures on The Ticket

Want to relive the 2014 sports year? Holmescountyticket.com has amassed a slideshow of favorite sports photos from 2014, capturing all the major milestones along the way. Grab a snack, some loved ones and a tissue and remember all the great moments from another amazing year of Holmes County Sports.

Lady Hawks emerge victorious after 10-day gauntlet of games

A lot has happened in the last 10 days.

For the Hiland Lady Hawks, it has been a whirlwind of rivalry games against legitimate State Final Four contenders.

First up was the Div. II reigning State champs, the West Holmes Lady Knights, and Hiland knocked them off in...



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