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The upcoming informational meeting for the Walk for the James fundraiser will take place at the Comfort Inn Hotel's conference room.

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NewPointe Community Church's Dover campus announced they will serve as one of more than 350 churches around the world that will host Night to Shine.

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Form You 3 has a proven weight-loss program that can have you dropping 1-3 pounds a week.

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OneEighty will participate in the national day of Point in Time count, an event in which organizations ban together to create statistics for homelessness in the United States. The Love INC-driven program Homes of Hope also continues to create units where it can host transitional families and the homeless.

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The Orrville YMCA will kick off its Natatorium Project Capital Campaign with Orrville native and icon, coach Bob Knight.

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News

Ag plastic waste in need of a good home

Holmes SWCD columnist John Lorson discusses a service that helps those in agriculture recycle plastic waste.

Public utility rates: Who's in charge?

This "Law You Can Use" column discusses utility rates and their governance.

Thinking of investing in bitcoin?

Better Business Bureau columnist Kim Thompson discusses scams being used to steal money from people trying to invest in bitcoin.

Fighting cancer takes on a new look in Holmes County with Walk for the James

The upcoming informational meeting for the Walk for the James fundraiser will take place at the Comfort Inn Hotel's conference room.

NewPointe to host Night to Shine

NewPointe Community Church's Dover campus announced they will serve as one of more than 350 churches around the world that will host Night to Shine.

Re-shaping you

Form You 3 has a proven weight-loss program that can have you dropping 1-3 pounds a week.

A letter to me at 30

Columnist Missy Herrera shares a letter she wrote to herself when she was 30.

No matter how great things are, they can always get worse

Columnist Mike Dewey discusses a time he and a friend went to Negril.

Walnut Hills recognizes staff

Walnut Hills Retirement Community recently honored 22 longtime staff members with service awards at a luncheon at Wallhouse Hotel in Walnut Creek.

Local organizations doing all they can to fight homelessness

OneEighty will participate in the national day of Point in Time count, an event in which organizations ban together to create statistics for homelessness in the United States. The Love INC-driven program Homes of Hope also continues to create units where it can host transitional families and the...

Sports

Kent State Tuscarawas Golden Eagles wrestler Zion Clark makes no excuses

Born without legs, the Kent State University at Tuscarawas Golden Eagles wrestling phenomenon Zion Clark overcomes obstacles and gladly accepts challenges both on and off the mat.

Heated competition among wheelchair rugby teams

Fundraiser for adaptive-sport programs will offer everyone a chance to beat the Akron Rhinos wheelchair rugby team.

Young players go undefeated in Fall Ball season

Playing 10 games in Strasburg for the Fall Ball season in double headers spread over several weeks, the Garaway girls 8U softball team, coached by Courtney and Nathan Miller, emerged with a perfect record.


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