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When Renee Troyer began noting some disturbing trends at home with her son Sean, and saw his grades slipping at school, a lengthy journey to find answers led her to a place she never dreamt the family would end up. Behavioral issues and lack of understanding at school were all related to eye sight, rather than a...

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Chris Yambar has worked on plenty of projects as an artist. But one of his greatest loves is speaking with youngsters who hope to pursue a career as an artist. As part of that effort, he will be speaking at Jitters Coffee House in April.

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Nashville Church of Christ will provide some sizzling fun for kids from kindergarten through fifth grade during spring break, and it will culminate with a fantastic presentation from Team Rock. March 29 through April 1, the church will present Kidz Camp, full of fun activities, with Team Rock, a nationally...

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Hannah spends much of her time caring for the youngest member of the Hsu family, Russell.

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A rollicking good time of entertainment Tuesday, March 17 at the Holmes County Training Center continued a month-long celebration of National Developmental Disabilities Month. A talent show allowed many students and clients an opportunity to showcase their varied skills.

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Sometimes you just have to relax

“Sometimes the most productive thing you can do is relax”—Mark Black

When it comes to comprehending, the eyes have it for the Troyer family

When Renee Troyer began noting some disturbing trends at home with her son Sean, and saw his grades slipping at school, a lengthy journey to find answers led her to a place she never dreamt the family would end up. Behavioral issues and lack of understanding at school were all related to eye sight,...

Love Center Food Pantry monthly report

The Love Center Food Pantry wants to thank everyone who donated time and money to the pantry in January and February.

Time for Hunting Scrabble

Bob Hanna puts a twist on a favorite childhood game.

Owner may give right of first refusal to buy property

When making a draft of a right of first refusal, there are several issues that should be covered.

Youngstown native looks to help educate local artists

Chris Yambar has worked on plenty of projects as an artist. But one of his greatest loves is speaking with youngsters who hope to pursue a career as an artist. As part of that effort, he will be speaking at Jitters Coffee House in April.

Special upcoming youth turkey hunting drawing for Killbuck Marsh Wildlife Area Refuge

In addition to the statewide youth hunting days April 18 and 19 on both private and public lands, the Division of Wildlife will be holding a drawing on Saturday, April 11 for a special, controlled turkey hunting opportunity within the refuge portion of the Killbuck Marsh Wildlife Area.

National tae kwon do group to rock the finale at Nashville C of C’s Kidz Camp

Nashville Church of Christ will provide some sizzling fun for kids from kindergarten through fifth grade during spring break, and it will culminate with a fantastic presentation from Team Rock. March 29 through April 1, the church will present Kidz Camp, full of fun activities, with Team Rock, a...

Spring’s arrival doesn’t guarantee spring weather, but I guess I’ll wait

Spring is here. Does the weather know it? Columnist Bruce Stambaugh, like the rest of northeast Ohio, hopes that snow and freezing temperatures are a thing of the past.

Sports

Woods makes podium at state, Eyler gets a taste

When it came to this year’s state wrestling tournament, two West Holmes Knights got busy trying to navigate through the state’s top competitors.
One Knights wrestler was looking to make a name. The other was seeking to climb back to the mountaintop heights he had achieved last season.

Amish Country Roubaix puts Holmes and Wayne on display

The Amish Country Roubaix is back after a year hiatus, and it's got some new and improved portions to make sure riders from all over the country have a great time racing.

Jones beats the buzzer as Knights capture spine-tingling win over Carrollton

The tale of two halves ended in West Holmes' favor during their last post season game. Although Levi Jones made a little contribution during the game, he made it when it counted and brought the Knights home at the buzzer.

Knights fight the rain in District match

The West Holmes Knights wrestlers had a rough go of Districts this year, but never lost hope as four athletes move on to Sectional action.

Bert Takes Over EMU Women’s Volleyball Program EMU Sports Information Office

A local athlete gets the chance to coach volleyball at her alma mater.

Garaway’s delivers a masterful defensive effort in defeating Coshocton 52-23

The Garaway Lady Pirates' match up against the Coshocton Redskins didn't look like a routine three versus 12 seed. But Garaway was able to pull out a decisive victory.

Little Lady Knights are queen for a day at West Holmes tournament

The young Lady Knights got a taste for tournament play over Valentine's Day weekend at the Queen Of The Court tournament. West Holmes faired well throughout the day, and learned the importance of teamwork. Funds raised from the tournament will benefit the entire Lady Knights program.

Senior good guys show a little bad guy mentality in leading Hawks

The seniors of the Hiland Hawks boys basketball team lead the team with another great season.

Record-setter Luke Ogi will become an Ashland U. Eagle

West Holmes Knights football linebacker and running back Luke Ogi has accepted a scholarship to Ashland University, where he will continue his football career.

White becomes a Blue Knight as West Holmes lineman signs to play with Urbana U.

West Holmes' Alex White has had plenty of years of experience, now is his time to shine as he signs with Urbana University to play football next season.



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