As you cook, you’re going to make small messes along the way: Deal with them the minute they are created
Make cleaning up as you go a part of the cooking process, allowing for washing as part of timing out the meal. It's not hard; in fact, it's much, much easier that way.
Guggisberg Cheese takes Grand Champion at 2015 Ohio State Fair competition
Guggisberg Cheese¿s entry was pronounced the Fair Grand Champion, and by extension, will be featured in the Ohio State Fair¿s Sale of Champions in August.
Two Johnny Appleseeds lauded by Apple Creek at 50th annual festival
Outstanding Citizen and Honored Citizen awards were presented at the Johnny Appleseed Festival.
16th annual Frenette golf tournament raises more than $4,400 for scholarships
The top three teams donated their winnings back to the scholarship fund, which will benefit local students.
Rigs 4 Relay takes over Sugarcreek
Sugarcreek Mayor Clayton Weller is the mastermind behind Rigs 4 Relay. Now in its second year, Weller said the event is succeeding much faster than he ever dreamed.
Holmes County Historical Society to present Unusual and Mysterious Holmes County Part 3 Aug. 20
The Holmes County Historical Society will present Unusual and Mysterious Holmes County Part 3 in a new location thanks to popular demand.
Ohio Mennonite Relief Sale & Auction turns 50
The Ohio Mennonite Relief Sale & Auction is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year with plenty of special events and auction items. Plan to visit each day to experience everything the organizational committee has in store.
Reach your college goal with these 4 steps
Going to college takes preparations; columnist Darla Stitzlein weighs in.
Holmes-Wayne Electric Co-op celebrates gains at annual meeting
The Holmes-Wayne Electric Cooperative recently held its annual meeting at West Holmes High School. Three seats on Holmes-Wayne Electric Cooperative Board of Trustees were up for election at the business meeting.
Early American crafters, new shops highlight second Antiques in the Alley, Aug. 1
Shops and vendors have eclectic mix in store for shoppers. Visit Antigues in the Alley Aug. 1 to get a peak at everything the small town has to offer.
Runs an endangered species as Kaufman nips Wood Electric 1-0
Kaufman Realty and Wood Electric are always a good matchup to watch. Their most recent game was no exception.
Yoder using summer A ball to grow into a pitcher
Jordan Yoder was a class act while pitching for the Hiland Hawks, but after one year of college ball he knew he needed to improve. He has taken this summer as an opportunity to grow his skills on the mound to great success.
Athletes compete in first Survival Games
Teams of men and women from the area competed in the first Survival Games held at the Lytle Farm in Wooster July 18 and 19. The competition was organized by Declaration CrossFit and Elite1Fitness.
Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Scramble to be held Aug. 7 at Fire Ridge
Players and sponsors are sought for the 2015 Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Scramble on Aug. 7 at Fire Ridge Golf Course.
D-Day for Hawks in state semi win over Maumee
Coach Mitch Massaro was thrilled with the effort and swagger put forth by his team in the East Holmes Senior League winner's bracket finals.
East Holmes Juniors one step away from Central regional berth
The East Holmes Juniors are progressing towards a championship win. For a game against Maumee, pitching was the key to a successful game.
U12 Knights down Ragersville for Chippewa Baseball Invitational title
The West Holmes U12 traveling team outscores competition 50-10 en route to Chippewa Baseball Invitational Tournament
U10 Knights All-Stars use big fifth inning to reel in title
U10 All-Stars from West Holmes win Chippewa Invitaional Baseball tournament.
East Holmes All-Stars survive brutal pool play schedule to qualify for tournament round
East Holmes U12 Williamsport All-Stars get by Wooster 9-1 to qualify for number three seed in the tournament.