Donating old hearing aids, eyeglasses and mobility equipment
Savvy Senior Columnist Jim Miller discusses options for donating hearing aids, eyeglasses and medical equipment.
Bats prefer a log home to their own bat house
Columnist Randi Pokladnik discusses the bats that have taken residence outside her home and various details about bats.
Butter or margarine: The internet is groaning under the weight of arguments
Columnist Scott Daniels discusses the history of butter and margarine and the differences between the two.
Ohio Haiti Benefit brings two very different communities together in the name of Christ
The 30th annual Ohio Haiti Benefit Auction will take place Friday and Saturday, Sept. 2-3 at the Mt. Hope Auction facility.
Killbuck Early American Days will offer numerous events Sept. 3 and 4
The small village of Killbuck will host the Killbuck Early American Days festival on Sept. 3 and 4.
AU Theatre announces open auditions for October and February shows
Ashland University Department of Theatre announces open auditions for its upcoming productions.
Back to school brings back memories
Columnist Darla Stitzlein discusses her memories of college and how some things have changed.
A family rendezvous in New York City
Columnist Missy Herrera discusses a family trip to New York to visit her son.
Adults tend to bully with words
Columnist Amber Miller discusses her understanding of what the Bible says about a believer's approach to negativity from other people.
The Carpenter’s Cup is building community in Smithville
Jon and Sara Hubacher started The Carpenter's Cup in Smithville, a unique café with a carpenter theme in its décor and menu items.
Get ready for Skyview Ranch Rough and Rugged 5K challenge
Skyview Ranch in Millersburg will offer gluttons for punishment and lovers of fun a chance to compete in a fantastic 5K race Sept. 3. The fourth annual Skyview Ranch Rough and Rugged 5K Race will send participants through a series of messy, mucky, challenging and fun obstacles. In addition families...
Golf Scramble a success for local advocacy group
The Friends and Neighbors of OneEighty held their 25th annual Benefit Golf Scramble recently. There were 28 teams participating and $14,000 was raised to benefit OneEighty.
WHHS’ first state qualifier celebrated 50th reunion on July 23
Eight members of the 1966 WHHS' baseball team that qualified for the state tournament celebrated their 50th reunion in Buckhannon, West Virginia, with their former coach, Brooks Harris, on Saturday, July 23.
Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Golf Scramble will be Aug. 5
The 2016 Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Golf Scramble will be Aug. 5 at Fire Ridge Golf Course. Registration begins at 5 p.m.
Jim Wright Memorial Golf Tournament raises over 5 thousand
The third Annual Jim Wright Memorial Golf Tournament was held June 25 at Willandale Golf Course in Sugarcreek. The foundation congratulates Philip Ferguson III, Justin Dombrady, Phil Ferguson IV and Mike Ferguson for winning the tournament.
Troyer claims Ohio Amateur Championship as he nears pro career
Jake Troyer, former Garaway High School four-time All-Ohioan, played great golf in capturing the Ohio Amateur and has two big tournaments left to play before turning pro.
Dover to host Williamsport Little League Tournament
The city of Dover is hosting this year's Williamsport Little League 10U State Tournament July 23-30 at Dover City Park.
17th Annual Frenette Golf Tournament raises more than $4,900 for scholarship
On Sunday, June 26 the 17th Annual Aimee Frenette-Rickly Golf Tournament was held at Fire Ridge Golf Course in Millersburg. The event brought in more than $4,900 for the Aimee Frenette-Rickly Memorial Scholarship fund.
Local teen knows raw horsepower, hard ridin’ and straight shootin’
17-year-old Natalie Lovell of New Philadelphia participates in Cowboy Mounted Shooting Association competitive events. She is from the Northern Ohio Outlaw Club, which is the largest club of its kind in the world with more than 500 members.
Holmes County sees 3 athletes find success at Special Olympics State Summer Games
The Holmes County Special Olympics sent several members to the annual State Summer Games June 24-26 at The Ohio State University as a trio of athletes performed well at the games.