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Gawaine Banks and his new wife have always loved art. That love of art and a little help from Facebook brought them back together after many years and to a local gallery for their Valentine's Day wedding.

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The annual Hiland Academic Booster Club Sub Auction proved to be another boon for Hiland graduates. The Feb. 6 fundraiser, which provides scholarship money for Hiland seniors planning on going on to college, raised $11,250. The booste club made 51 sub sandwiches, which were auctioned off.

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After nearly 20 hours of flying on three different jets, I arrived safely, though incredibly tired, in Taiwan. During the longest leg of the journey, a 14-hour flight, I had the happy chance of an empty seat next to me, particularly nice when flying economy class. My final flight gave me an unexpected upgrade to...

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A new F.O.E. entertainment committee has already gotten to work and scheduled plenty of fresh entertainment for the year. With community involvement, the Eagles hope to be able to give even more back to residents this year.

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Central Christian students are eagerly preparing for their production of "Mary Poppins: A Broadway Musical." They still have a couple of weeks to practice, but director Michael Amstutz said the show is already shaping up to the fun and full of surprises.

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Local artists reconnect, wed in local gallery

Gawaine Banks and his new wife have always loved art. That love of art and a little help from Facebook brought them back together after many years and to a local gallery for their Valentine's Day wedding.

Hiland Academic Booster Club sets the sub standard with annual auction fundraiser

The annual Hiland Academic Booster Club Sub Auction proved to be another boon for Hiland graduates. The Feb. 6 fundraiser, which provides scholarship money for Hiland seniors planning on going on to college, raised $11,250. The booste club made 51 sub sandwiches, which were auctioned off.

Some assembly is always required on your mom-journey

Struggling with loads of laundry, clutter in the kitchen and chaos in your life? Stress can easily steal our joy. Trish Berg reminds us to simplify the small stuff and find Joy in the Journey.

My favorite place in Arizona

One of our favorite places in Arizona is Madera Canyon. Itís also a favorite of birders from around the country. Located only a short drive from Tucson, the beautiful canyon is especially busy on weekends, even in February. During the warmer months, people visit to enjoy the cool mountain air or to...

Tales from Taiwan: The beginning

After nearly 20 hours of flying on three different jets, I arrived safely, though incredibly tired, in Taiwan. During the longest leg of the journey, a 14-hour flight, I had the happy chance of an empty seat next to me, particularly nice when flying economy class. My final flight gave me an...

Do your homework on the black bear before hunting it

When it comes to hunting bears, Columnist Bob Hanna isn't skipping out on doing his homework.

Eagles commit to family atmosphere, great events

A new F.O.E. entertainment committee has already gotten to work and scheduled plenty of fresh entertainment for the year. With community involvement, the Eagles hope to be able to give even more back to residents this year.

Central Christian students get their ‘spoonful of sugar’ in new musical

Central Christian students are eagerly preparing for their production of "Mary Poppins: A Broadway Musical." They still have a couple of weeks to practice, but director Michael Amstutz said the show is already shaping up to the fun and full of surprises.

State Route 39 gets temporary patch job awaiting ODOT project

A relocated sewer line has left the north side of state Route 39 rough and exposed.

East Holmes Schools community meetings

A list of East Holmes School meetings are provided here.

Sports

Little Lady Knights are queen for a day at West Holmes tournament

The young Lady Knights got a taste for tournament play over Valentine's Day weekend at the Queen Of The Court tournament. West Holmes faired well throughout the day, and learned the importance of teamwork. Funds raised from the tournament will benefit the entire Lady Knights program.

Senior good guys show a little bad guy mentality in leading Hawks

The seniors of the Hiland Hawks boys basketball team lead the team with another great season.

Record-setter Luke Ogi will become an Ashland U. Eagle

West Holmes Knights football linebacker and running back Luke Ogi has accepted a scholarship to Ashland University, where he will continue his football career.

White becomes a Blue Knight as West Holmes lineman signs to play with Urbana U.

West Holmes' Alex White has had plenty of years of experience, now is his time to shine as he signs with Urbana University to play football next season.

20th straight IVC title is a sweet one for Lady Hawks and coach Schlabach

Dave Schlabach and his Lady Hawks don't take winning titles lightly, and this year they made 20-straight league wins. As they put the capstone on this season, Schlabach remembers why he does what he does.

Garaway’s 50-40 win over Ridgewood spells the end of league title hope for Lady Generals

The Garaway Lady Pirates' signature win over the Lady Generals definitely gave them hope and momentum going into tournament time. No one should count Ridgewood out yet, as it is now looking for redemption late in the season.

Knights’ big comeback bid falls short in Hawks’ 58-53 victory

Hiland and West Holmes had a rousing bout in their recent battle. Although West Holmes fought valiantly, it couldn't pull out a win after coming back from a large defecit.

Busy week for younger Knights grapplers

The West Holmes Middle School wrestling team had a strong showing Saturday, Jan. 31, placing third as a team in the 2015 Ohio Cardinal Conference Middle School Championship Tournament held at Ashland High School.

Knights place 11 as Cole Woods takes individual championship

The West Holmes Knights wrestling team didn't finish first in the United States Marine Corps Invitational Tournament. But they definitely put up a performance they can be proud of. WIth 11 wrestlers on the podium, the team put forth a balanced effort.

Pair of locals at the Topp of their game for West Liberty U.

Brady Arnold and Seger Bonifant are both making waves on the floor. Although neither plays for Holmes County high schools any longer, both are representing the spirit cultivated here.



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