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Visitors can try hands-on threshing along with a farm tour and a meal of homegrown ingredients on August 2 in Wilmot.

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Maple sugar cotton candy, sheepdogs and helping out the schools were some of the features of the 2014 Family Farm Field Day.

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At 100 years old, Bob Andrews has lived a full life, but he has no plans of slowing down now.

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The Holmes County Humane Society encourages pet owners to avoid unwanted litters by spaying their pets. Meeka, a six week old kitten, who was abandoned to face the wilds with a broken leg, is currently under the humane society's care.

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Repairs to state Route 60 may be completed faster than initially planned if all goes well.

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Tiny Black Rails provide proof of the first successful nesting in Ohio

Columnist Bruce Glick summarizes happenings in the local birding world. This week Bruce reports on the first ever successful nesting of Black Rails in Ohio, right here in our home area. Read more in the "Gone Birding" column.

Getting, modifying and replacing Social Security cards: What you should know

Q: How do I get a Social Security number for the new baby we’re expecting?

Cell phone options abound for the senior set

Dear Savvy Senior,
What are the cheapest cell phone options available today to seniors living on a shoestring budget? I only need it for occasional calls.
Seldom Calling Senior
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Digital photography course scheduled in Millersburg

The tradition of summertime photography classes at the Wayne College Holmes Campus will click up a notch this year with a course designed for owners of Digital SLR or advanced point and shoot cameras. The course, entitled “Learn to Know and Love Your Digital SLR: Making great photos with a great...

Third annual threshing day provokes memories of farming of days gone by

Visitors can try hands-on threshing along with a farm tour and a meal of homegrown ingredients on August 2 in Wilmot.

From sheep to sugar, Family Farm Field Day was a crowdpleaser

Maple sugar cotton candy, sheepdogs and helping out the schools were some of the features of the 2014 Family Farm Field Day.

Auto and home insurance rates among lowest in the country

Lt. Gov. Mary Taylor says Ohio's insurance market continues to provide consumers with choice and competitive rates.

Kaufman auctioneer wins 2014 NAA International Auctioneer Championship title

Jason L. Miller of Kaufman Realty & AUctions won a national prize for auctioneering.

Ashland County West Holmes Career Center construction students work in their field during summer

Five students are putting their skills to work in summer construction internships.

Taylor urges parents to dicuss safe driving with teens, review insurance

Simple steps can help parents of teen drivers improve their children's safety as well as saving money on car insurance.


WHHS seeking to fill two coaching vacancies

West Holmes High School is currently seeking to fill a pair of athletic coaching positions. The positions are for the high school varsity baseball coach and an assistant boys varsity basketball coach. If interested, please call athletic director Lee Ann Race at 330-275-8503. letters of interest may...

Putters and duffers alike welcome at EWH golf scramble

Every Woman's House to hold annual golf outing. Get your sponsorships now to enjoy a round of golf free of tough competition.

Killbuck Fall Softball League registration

The Killbuck Fall Softball League, sponsored by the Killbuck Area Scholarship Fund, is currently accepting team registrations.
The league will be running a Men’s Class E Softball League. Sign up deadline is July 16. For more information or to register a team, call Rick Allison at 330-763-3670.

Power up! NBC camps provide youthful opportunities to grow

Usually when kids get expertise teaching at sports camp, it costs a lot of money. However, Northside Baptist Church's Sports & Arts Camp and new Power Up Camp aren't exactly your usual fare. NBC will offer both camps July 21-23, and all of the basketball, baseball, cheerleading, arts and much more...

Daugherty sets the stage for exciting night of racing at Hilltop Speedway

With the sun shining, fans filling the stands, and 105 cars in the pits, racing action was sure to excite at the Hill for the street stock invitational at Hilltop Speedway Saturday, June 14.
The drivers did not disappoint.

Hilltop welcomes Outlaw 4-Cylinders; Parsons and Wilson Pick up first wins

Hilltop Speedway welcomed new 4-cylinders for June 7 event.

Garaway middle schooler goes far riding saddle seat

For Jordan Mutschelknaus, making Arabian Horse Youth Nationals has been in the making since she was young. But now, with a chance to compete for it all, she is excited to see what she can do.

Mullet and Meyer brothers fall in first match at State tennis tournament

On Friday May 30 two very successful seasons came to an end at the State tennis tournament in Columbus. Hiland's first single Braxton Mullet fell in his first match to Pierre Desprat of Lima Central Catholic 1-6, 0-6.

VIDEO: Hiland Hawks State qualifying tennis player Braxton Mullet

Hiland Hawks boys tennis state qualifier Braxton Mullet and his coach and father Tony sat down with Dave Mast to talk about the upcoming match at State

12 innings, a defensive highlight reel and a home run send Lady Pirates to Regionals

Then there is the epic 12-inning affair between Garaway and Harrison Central in the Div. III District final at Cambridge which will, in time, become one of the most talked about contests in area softball history.

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