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The Holmes County Library will host a fundraiser to help maintain the Bookmobile in Charm. Library director Bill Martino hopes for success and expanded fundraising efforts in the future.

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The Northern Ohio Paranormal Investigators go where the spirits take them, in this case, to a haunted mansion in Dresden, Ohio.

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A Holmes county native and former Wooster resident has lived an adventurous life. He now resides in the Phillippines, where he works to help some of the poorest faimilies in the world.

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The witty and light-hearted "Oh, Lady! Lady!!" at the Ohio Light Opera well deserves a revival nearly 100 years after it first opened on Broadway.

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Fun was the central theme, but love was what really drove the Love Center Food Pantry's Family Fun Day Saturday, July 12. Between the Love Center and Gateway Community Church, a large contingency of volunteers allowed a good number of local families who have been utilizing the presence of the Love Center the...

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What will you do with the grains of time you have left?

God never guarantees a long life, he simply asks us to be ready.

Children may be witnesses in family law trials

Children may be allowed to testify in family law trials, if they are 10 years old or older or appear able to correctly and truthfully explain facts to the court.

Ready, Aim, Live: Putting things off will get you nowhere

Most people go through their entire life just aiming at a target, but they never pull the trigger because they lack confidence in their own ability.

Ask yourself 10 questions that will help you begin planning for college and your future

As you plan for college, think about who you are and what you enjoy. In this week's Education Matters column, Darla gives you 10 questions to ask yourself as you prepare.

Young Bald Eagles are stealing the show at Lake Erieís Conneaut Harbor

Columnist Bruce Glick summarizes happenings in the local birding world. This week Bruce reports on a large gathering of Bald Eagles at Conneaut. Read more in the Gone Birding column.

Can Mike Dewey take on country music? Not likely

My sister, among the three of us Ė my brother and I bookend her in age Ė has been especially faithful to the spirit of rockíníroll since we reached our 50s. I admire that and donít really mind that itís been a long, long time since I witnessed an actual concert that counted.

This lucky penny stays put

You can keep a lucky penny forever and maybe, just maybe its luck will never run out.

Three plants Iíll never grow again

Gardening comes with successes and failures. Sometimes, the plants we love don't thrive, while the ones we hate, we can't get rid of.

Look to Jesus as an example when life seems unfair

In the frustrating, unfair moments of life, Amber shares how turning our eyes to Jesus is our source of hope.

EWH abuse seminar promotes steps toward wholeness and health

Abuse is among us, no matter how much we want to wish it away or say it doesn't exist in the idyllic rolling hills of Amish Country. However, there are ways to combat spousal abuse, and Every Woman's House is providing a daily outlet for abused women and children. A seminar, titled "The Secret to...

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Putters and duffers alike welcome at EWH golf scramble

Every Woman's House to hold annual golf outing. Get your sponsorships now to enjoy a round of golf free of tough competition.

Killbuck Fall Softball League registration

The Killbuck Fall Softball League, sponsored by the Killbuck Area Scholarship Fund, is currently accepting team registrations.
The league will be running a Menís Class E Softball League. Sign up deadline is July 16. For more information or to register a team, call Rick Allison at 330-763-3670.

Power up! NBC camps provide youthful opportunities to grow

Usually when kids get expertise teaching at sports camp, it costs a lot of money. However, Northside Baptist Church's Sports & Arts Camp and new Power Up Camp aren't exactly your usual fare. NBC will offer both camps July 21-23, and all of the basketball, baseball, cheerleading, arts and much more...

Daugherty sets the stage for exciting night of racing at Hilltop Speedway

With the sun shining, fans filling the stands, and 105 cars in the pits, racing action was sure to excite at the Hill for the street stock invitational at Hilltop Speedway Saturday, June 14.
The drivers did not disappoint.

Hilltop welcomes Outlaw 4-Cylinders; Parsons and Wilson Pick up first wins

Hilltop Speedway welcomed new 4-cylinders for June 7 event.

Garaway middle schooler goes far riding saddle seat

For Jordan Mutschelknaus, making Arabian Horse Youth Nationals has been in the making since she was young. But now, with a chance to compete for it all, she is excited to see what she can do.

Mullet and Meyer brothers fall in first match at State tennis tournament

On Friday May 30 two very successful seasons came to an end at the State tennis tournament in Columbus. Hiland's first single Braxton Mullet fell in his first match to Pierre Desprat of Lima Central Catholic 1-6, 0-6.

VIDEO: Hiland Hawks State qualifying tennis player Braxton Mullet

Hiland Hawks boys tennis state qualifier Braxton Mullet and his coach and father Tony sat down with Dave Mast to talk about the upcoming match at State

12 innings, a defensive highlight reel and a home run send Lady Pirates to Regionals

Then there is the epic 12-inning affair between Garaway and Harrison Central in the Div. III District final at Cambridge which will, in time, become one of the most talked about contests in area softball history.

Bloop hits end run of Lady Knights in District final

Sidwell's two-out RBI bloop single that scored two runs for the Lady Panthers in the top of the second was enough for Maysville to beat West Holmes and move on to the regional tournament.



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