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The annual Tom Graham Fifth Grade Farm Tour at One-O-One Ranch provided an opportunity for youngsters to get a crash course in farm safety, conservation and solid farming techniques. Now in its 49th year, the tour has been a staple of all Holmes County fifth grade classes for nearly five decades.

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The 2014 Holmes County Antique Festival promises to be another fun-filled weekend of activities, parades, Millersburg Glass and so much more. With a line-up of activities designed to keep the whole family entertained, the Antique Festival continues to be a major draw for people in Holmes County and far away.

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Dale E. Raber, Jr., of Shreve, charged with second degree felony for walking away from jail work release program.

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The Millersburg Rotary Club will sponsor a chicken barbecue at the Antique Festival, Oct. 4-5 in the Commercial & Savings Bank parking lot on South Clay Street from 11 a.m. each day until it runs out of chicken.
Half chickens are $6. All proceeds support Rotary community service projects.

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The auction, to be held Oct. 4 during the Holmes County Antique Festival, will feature more than 340 lots. A sealed barrel filled with Millersburg glass will be auctioned off as a fundraiser for the MGA.

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Fifth Grade Farm Tour gets to the heart of farming

The annual Tom Graham Fifth Grade Farm Tour at One-O-One Ranch provided an opportunity for youngsters to get a crash course in farm safety, conservation and solid farming techniques. Now in its 49th year, the tour has been a staple of all Holmes County fifth grade classes for nearly five decades.

Laughs earn top dollar with Killbuck Valley Writer’s Guild

Comedy nights not only bring a smile, but much-needed funds to the Bookmobile and the Holmes County Library.

Mission Impossible, complete with action, twists and an explosion or two

This mission is Trish Berg's, should she choose to accept it.

Ohio law has provisions to help prevent wrongful convictions

Ohio law has provisions for conducting suspect interrogations and for police line-ups, in the hopes that wrongful convictions might be avoided.

Deer accidents and auto insurance

Bob Hanna says that in reality, hunting saves you money. Check out his column this week and find out why.

Antique Festival: Millersburg’s throwback

The 2014 Holmes County Antique Festival promises to be another fun-filled weekend of activities, parades, Millersburg Glass and so much more. With a line-up of activities designed to keep the whole family entertained, the Antique Festival continues to be a major draw for people in Holmes County and...

Jail inmate faces eight years on escape charge

Dale E. Raber, Jr., of Shreve, charged with second degree felony for walking away from jail work release program.

Rotary to host chicken barbecue

The Millersburg Rotary Club will sponsor a chicken barbecue at the Antique Festival, Oct. 4-5 in the Commercial & Savings Bank parking lot on South Clay Street from 11 a.m. each day until it runs out of chicken.
Half chickens are $6. All proceeds support Rotary community service projects.

Fall is officially here, but we already knew that

Bruce Stambaugh went in search of the signs of autumn. He found them all around.

Our gifts from God are meant to be given away

Kyle discusses the ways to start fulfilling the purpose of our life through sharing our gifts and talents.

Sports

Hiland seized control and delivers knockout blow to Lake Center in 5-0 win

With a few position changes and an aggressive attitude, Hiland broke through the slump with a resounding win over Lake Center Christian. With a new lease on the post season, coach Jesse Wengerd hopes the girls will go far.

Hawks victorious over Comets in a tale of two halves

With a new man in goal and some aggressive, and lucky, play, the Hiland boys soccer team clinches another shutout and improves their season record.

Pirates escape the grasp of Generals in key IVC blockbuster

Throughout a tight battle, the Garaway football team showed fortitude and drive in their game with Ridgewood.

Lady Knights volleyball rolls past Ashland

West Holmes Volleyball went on the road and came up with a conference win over Ashland in three sets.

Hawks win street fight 2-0 over Chipps

Considering Hiland and Chippewa have not played many games against one another in boys soccer, the rivalry the two schools have built in short order on the pitch is incredibly intense.

WRA opens the floodgates and rolls to 7-0 win over Lady Hawks

Hiland girls soccer has been doing well this season, but went up against a state powerhouse in Western Reserve. Although they played well in the first half, it wasn't enough to stop a sound beating.

Lady Knights stand up to tough competition of Div. I-laden Dover Invite

West Holmes girls tennis team has proven they can handle any opponent in Div. III action. So Otto decided to put his girls up against some DI schools, and the results were good.

Hiland gets a dozen in pounding CCC into submission

Hiland has had issues finishing golden opportunities this season on the pitch, but on Tuesday, Sept. 16 at Hiland, it had little problem doing so versus Canton Central Catholic. The Hawks rolled toa 12-0 win, with Sinjon Howell garnering a hat trick.

The paper doesn’t lie as WHHS hands Hiland a loss on their own clay courts

West Holmes was looking to keep their record spotless in a match against Hiland's fledgling girls tennis team. The Lady Knights got just what they were looking for. Although Hiland was handed a beating, their time wasn't wasted according to coach Tyler Yoder.

Lady Hawks show winning mojo win three-set sweep of East Canton

It took just three sets for the Hiland Lady Hawks to sweep their way to a W over East Canton.



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