Cho Tysl finally reunites with large family
As a member of a family spread over the globe, Nancy Cho Tysl doesn't get a lot of time with those she cares about. This year is the first full-family reunion she has had since 2007, and 80 family members were present.
TOPS news report
The Nashville TOPS recently met and discussed ways to improve physical fitness through walking more.
The SBA golf scramble slated for Aug. 14 at Willandale
The Sugarcreek Business Association is seeking sponsors and teams for its upcoming golf outing.
The Ohioís Amish Country magazine expands circulation
The Ohio's Amish Country magazine had increased circulation to meet and exceed expectations from local advertisers.
The 2015 Holmes County Fair schedule of events
A schedule of the daily fair events are listed here.
A rare photo of the H.W. Cary shoe store obtained by Holmes County Historical Society
The Holmes County Historical Society recently acquired a rare tintype photo of the Cary House, which now houses the Holmes County Education Foundation.
COAD Foster Grandparent Program seeks volunteers for Garaway schools
As a foster grandparent, individuals mentor children under the direction of staff in educational facilities such as Head Start programs, nonprofit day care facilities, public schools and developmental disability centers by working one-on-one with children who are having difficulties with their...
That piece of ice may not actually be ice
Columnist Leah Brown had a nasty surprise waiting in her desert. Accidents happen, she says, and she is relieved someone is looking out for her.
Step out of the boat and follow what God has put in your heart, even if it seems scary
Do you enjoy feeling safe and secure, yet know that God has something bigger for you than how you are currently living?
Hawks bash their way past Illinois to go to 3-0 at Central regional
The Hawks gave Illinois a sound thumping during pool play in Peru. Although the team from Ohio is on solid ground now, there are still plenty of games to play before they get a shot at the World Series in Maine.
Ropp squeezes the life out of Iowa in Ohioís 10-3 win
The Hawks played much better in game two of pool play at the Central regional tournament. Although Iowa got many walks during their time at bat, the Hawks offense was overwhelming.
Senior Hawks sitting on top of the world in Bangor, Maine
Hiland (Team Ohio) moves on to the Senior League World Series in Maine after winning the Central region.
Hawks earn just second Junior League state title for Holmes County
Tim Yoder played a risky strategy in saving Andy Miller for four final pitches in the state final against Maumee. That strategy paid off as this year's East Holmes Little League Junior League squad punched their ticket to regionals.
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.