Charm Merchant Days draws crowds for sales, auction
Charm Merchant Days is an annual event that draws plenty of current and former Charm residents to town. Deals will be available at many merchants' and the proceeds from the benefit auction will be used for the Charm Share N' Care fund.
Despite our best effort, we’re all guilty of something, aren’t we?
Columnist Mike Dewey contemplates the lessons he learned in Catholic grammar school.
Lost smell of the apple cider barrel
Columnist Scott Daniels remembers the distinct smell of his grandfather¿s cellar, where there was a barrel of cider.
The volunteers: More than 200 people help keep Hospice programs going
Volunteers can fill a variety of roles at Lifecare Hospice, from in-home visits to administrative work to manning the welcome center at the Donald W. and Shirley A. Buehler Care Facility.
ROGR that: Cyclists ready to face 112 miles of hills and gravel for bragging rights, trophy
The second annual Ride On Gentlemen¿s Race is Oct. 10. Cyclists participating in the 112-mile ROGR will travel from Wooster to Coshocton and back.
Central Christian students make waves in scholastic competition
Kidron Central Christian students wasted no time getting back to the top in academic pursuits this school year. Scott Perkins and Amanda Laird are making waves in scholastic competition.
Stink bugs: The best way to keep them out is to not let them in in the first place
Fall is here. Columnist Kyle Valentini hopes to plant bulbs, and she encourages everyone to take a few precautionary measures to keep bugs out of their homes.
Nature songs added to Enchanted Forest event
The Wilderness Center will host the Enchanted Forest event this October. Children are invited to learn more about the lives of nocturnal animals while walking the trails at the center.
SWCD celebrates 50th year of educating 5th-grade students at farm tour
It was a special year for the annual SWCD Tom Graham 5th Grade Farm Tour. The event, which is designed as an educational day for all fifth-graders in Holmes County, celebrated its 50th anniversary at the One-O-One Ranch near Trail. Fifth-grade students visited a number of different farming industry...
Lady Knights rained down five goals on Tygers for senior night victory
West Holmes battles Mansfield Senior through the raindrops for a 5-1 OCC victory.
Garaway anything but overwhelmed with tackling Div. II sectional
The Garaway boys golf team switched to Division II this year and were not sure how the season would go. With a sectional title win, it looks like the guys are still on top of their game as they work their way into the post season.
Lady Hawks dropped rain-soaked contest with Quakers 1-0
The rain made footing a challenge for both the New Philadelphia and Hiland girls soccer teams. Although the scores weren't high, New Phila eeked out a win with just one point.
Pirates, Knights bond during the weekend trek to East Lansing
In a race that features the best of the best in the country, the Garaway Pirates and West Holmes Knights cross country teams bonded and tested their skills against much talent.
A date with a superstar and hitting the delete button highlight Knights’ week on the gridiron
The West Holmes Knights may have struggled against Madison High School's Tyrell Ajian, but head coach Kevin Maltarich says the best thing his team can do is hit the reset button and move on.
Hawks put a long streak to bed in defeating Garaway on the links
The Garaway Pirates' reign over the Inter-Valley Conference had to end some time, and Hiland's boys golf team ended it in stunning fashion at Willandale Golf Course in Sugarcreek, just before the IVC tournament.
Hawks put an end to Comet’s undefeated season in 3-0 win
The Hiland Hawks boys soccer team achieved a 3-0 win to knock off the previously undefeated Central Christian Comets in a contest on Sept. 22 in Berlin.
Lady Knights hope preparation and hard work lead to acing their finals
The West Holmes Lady Knights tennis team is looking to advance out of sectional play this year, building on a strong regular season performance from each player.
Jake Troyer rediscovers his passion for the game of golf as a Malone Pioneer
Jake Troyer may have lost his love for the game in the past, but with a move to Malone University he has found it again.