Getting lost, and found, in MN
Leah Brown leaves her phone and goes for a run, only to find that she's lost without much of a clue of how to get home.
Dog licenses go on sale Dec. 1
Dog licenses are on sale from Dec. 1 to Jan. 31 for $15. Licensing your dog is the best way to ensure you won't lose them.
Hiland High School boasts lengthy honor, merit rolls, Principal’s list
Hiland High School's honor and merit rolls, as well as the principal's list.
Holmes County Chamber dinner brings together local business community
The 2015 Holmes County Chamber Awards and Banquet highlight businesses in the area.
Annual live nativity to light up Berlin on Nov. 28
Nov. 28 marks the date for the annual Berlin live nativity parade. The event also includes the singing of carols and the telling of the Christmas story.
SUPERB Industries employees honored at Harvest Fest
SUPERB Industries Inc. employees were recognized at Harvest Fest.
The first hazy shade of winter
Emily Votaw remarks on how the coming of winter reminds her of trail riding on horseback as a child.
Watch what you say in this world of very suspicious minds
Were it up to him, Mike Dewey would rid the world of cell phones and handhed electronic devices and would see to it everyone had a transistor radio and a pay phone outside the convenience store.
West Holmes schools honored to be among OHSAA schools recognized for sportsmanship and integrity
Winning is fun. Just ask anyone who has ever stepped on to a field of play. But when it comes to high school athletics, there is a whole lot more that can be gleaned than just victories and titles. West Holmes School District recently experienced that, after again winning the OHSAA Harold A. Meyer...
Despite falling short, Garaway’s day at state cross country continues its growing legacy
The Garaway girls cross country team was coming off of a runner-up finish in 2014 that saw the Lady Pirates step on to the precipice of a Division III cross country state title, before settling for the silver after a tie-breaker with McDonald. Garaway’s impressive squad of returning runners had...
Hostettler caps off record year in style with 3rd at state cross country
One goal was accomplished Saturday, Nov. 7 for Michelle Hostettler at the girls Division II state cross country meet at National Trails Raceway in Hebron. For the first time ever in her career, Hostettler, West Holmes High School’s junior running sensation, was able to knock off Lexington...
Upcoming volleyball tournament will serve up a huge portion of compassion
The Serve for His Glory volleyball tournament Nov. 21 will serve as a fundraiser for a mission trip to Kenya that will touch the lives of many families in that nation.
Lady Knights maintain focus long enough to destroy Morgan
The West Holmes High School Lady Knights volleyball team had easy work ahead of them in a contest agains Morgan High School. Although the team lost focus in game two, West Holmes was able to pull off a romping of its opponent.
Knights’ M*A*S*H unit is something new for Maltarich
Kevin Maltarich's West Holmes High School football team has enough injuries to make competing difficult, but no matter what is going on off the field, he said he could expect a great effort on the field.
Rosecrans gets to one first and knocks Hawks out of tourney
Hiland High School's boys soccer team's lax defense led to a 2-0 loss to the Bishop Rosecrans High School Bishops in district play. The loss was hard to take for a Hiland team that usually makes an appearance at the regional level.
Different day, same results for Lady Pirates XC team at districts
Rachel Wentworth wasn’t huffing. Rachel Wentworth wasn’t puffing.
The Garaway High School senior appeared to be taking life rather easy during the Lady Pirates’ Division II district championship effort Saturday, Oct. 24 at Cambridge High School.
Pirates cruise to huge district win as they seek a fifth straight berth to cross country state meet
Garaway High School's boys cross country team turned in a solid effort and ensured another appearance this season. The team is hoping to qualify for state for the fifth straight year.
Lady Pirates season ends at the hands of one of area’s top programs
The Garaway High School Lady Pirates volleyball team played their best game in a match against Tusky Valley Senior High School, but it wasn't enough to secure a win and move forward in tournament play.