Bad faith claims address insurer violations
"Bad faith" occurs when an insurer violates its duty to handle and pay its policyholder's claims in good faith. Learn more about insurer bad faith in this week's Law You Can Use column.
We are loved by God just the way we are
“I never doubted my ability, but when you hear all your life you’re inferior, it makes you wonder if the other guys have something you’ve never seen before. If they do, I’m still looking for it.”—Hank Aaron
First southward bound warblers trickling through
If you checked any of the bird hotline reports recently, you will have noticed that most of the birds being mentioned have been shorebirds. That makes sense since August is dominated by shorebird migration. However, it is also the month when the first southward bound warblers begin trickling...
Commissioners triple recommended distance from landfill for oil and gas exploration for safety concerns
Seismic tests will have to stay 500 yards away from landfill. Commissioners say they are wary of seismic testing, which could cause landfill to leak into groundwater.
Elizabeth Overholt proves to be Showman of Showmen
Elizabeth Overholt is no stranger to showing animals in the ring. This year, it paid of during the Showman of Showmen contest.
TOPS OH#1573 Nashville met Aug. 13 and eight members opened with the TOPS and KOPS pledges.
Janice Tope was the best weekly loser. She told the group to drink at least 48 ounces of water per day. Leo Tope was the best weekly re-dedicated looser. Mary Burgett was the best weekly KOPS.
Cancer Society hopes to start travel program
The American Cancer Society is there to help lift the burden when a person hears those three life-changing words: You have cancer.
Summer romances almost always allow you to ‘out-kick your coverage’
Mike Dewey recalls a summer romance at the beach. It was fleeting but oh-so memorable.
Blessings begin early on this fine day
¿What is this world coming to?¿ commented two of my elderly friends. I chose to see the goodness of my morning, and it was not hard to find.
For many, hunting is our heritage
Why do we hunt? Bob Hanna hopes to explain the reason a little better through his column this week.
Schlabach escapes the danger zone
Huge double play paves the way for Kaufman’s 5-1 win over Wood Electric
Usually in big games, people think the key moments come late, with the game on the line.
In the Kaufman Realty versus Wood Electric Tuscarawas Class A Winner’s bracket final Wednesday, August 13, the biggest moment came in the first inning.
Moran continues dominant summer on the hill
At the current pace he is going, driver Devin Moran should be able to cover his car in checkered flags when he puts his race car into storage for the winter.
Pirates doing OK to begin ‘14
Garaway Pirates golf team off to a sizzling hot start to their season.
WHHS volleyball alumni game promises to be a showcase of stars both past and present
Before the West Holmes Lady Knights volleyball team squares off with the likes of rivals like Lexington, Orrville and Triway, they will take on a name that is even more familiar: The West Holmes Lady Knights.
Players from the 1980s, 1990s and 2000s will take to the court at...
Lady Knights netting big gains early
By Dave Mast
In any race for office, early results can be very telling for the future of which candidate will win on election night.
If early results of Jason Otto’s West Holmes Lady Knights tennis team is any indication, it should be a very good year.
Hiland baseball golf outing Sept. 7 at Fire Ridge
The Hiland baseball team will be presenting a competition, but instead of balls with stitches, it will be ones with dimples.
The annual Hiland baseball golf outing will take place Sunday, Sept. 7 at Fire Ridge Golf Course in Millersburg.
Stambaugh completes second Hundred Hole Hike
For the second summer, Nate Stambaugh of Wooster and Josh Carlisle have done the unthinkable. The two men walked and played 100 holes of golf at Union Country Club in Dover last week to raise money for Big Brothers Big Sisters of East Central Ohio.
The duo were able to...
Hiland Seniors come to a quick, unexpected end in Peru
Perhaps expectations were too high. Could it be this team wasn¿t the juggernaut it appeared to be coming into the Senior League Regional Tournament in Peru, Illinois? Did injuries take their toll? Did nerves get the best of this vaunted 16-U team from Hiland?
Hiland Little League Sr. League tournament comes to an unexpected end
Perhaps expectations were too high. Could it be this team wasn't the juggernaut it appeared to be coming into the Senior League Regional Tournament in Peru, Illinois? Did injuries take their toll? Did nerves get the best of this vaunted 16-U team from Hiland?
Hawks succumb to self, Michigan In Peru
The reigning Senior League State Champions haven't been playing as such in the Regional tournament in Peru, Illinois. In their opener on Saturday, the Hawks outhit a solid Indiana squad 9-3, but imploded in spectacular fashion, giving up a three-run fourth on only one hit on their way to absorbing...