Ragersville to host 11th annual Car and Power Show
Ragersville Historical Society will host their 11th annual Car and Power Show on Sunday, Aug. 14 from 1-4 p.m.
An old Russell steam engine is reborn thanks to one dedicated man
How often do people get to see a genuine rebirth of an old, forgotten relic that is miraculously brought back to life? The chance to witness that very thing will present itself at the upcoming Holmes County Steam Show in Mt. Hope Aug. 4-6.
Colleges A to Z: It’s OK to change your mind
Columnist Darla Stitzlein explains that it is OK for people to change their mind when it comes to which college to attend, and she explains some advice on choosing the right college.
Here I go again, breaking my own rule
Columnist Chad Curry discusses his rule of not using social media to discuss politics and how he broke this rule.
Antiques in the Alley: The hunt for the perfect collectable begins in Historic Downtown Millersbug
The search for just the right piece to add to a collection of antiques will bring eager hunters to Antiques in the Alley in Millersburg Saturday, Aug. 6 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. The event is held twice yearly in May and August and is presented by the Historic Downtown Millersburg Association.
Renovations planned for county library’s Sugarcreek branch
The Tuscarawas County Public Library System's Sugarcreek branch will get a face-lift from July 29 through Aug. 14. Though the village of Sugarcreek owns the building, the project is being funded through a combination of library funds and grant dollars received from both the Moomaw Foundation and...
Pomerene Hospital Auxiliary donates $5,976 for therapy equipment needs
In May the Pomerene Hospital Auxiliary donated nearly $6,000 to Pomerene therapy services for equipment needed in order to provide physical therapy services at the Pomerene Kinetics location.
Community unites for successful East Holmes Fireman’s Festival
A packed house was in attendance for the annual East Holmes Fireman's Festival. The event included the sale of a quilt put together by the fire and EMS wives, which sold for $4,500. In addition the department sold out of their 2,300 halves of chicken in a hurry as the masses came to town to show...
Nothing less worthwhile than trying to control a child
Columnist Emily Votaw discusses her years as a preteen and how it has helped her relate to children that she works with at a fine arts kids camp.
10 ways seniors can avoid identity theft
Columnist Savvy Senior discusses 10 ways to protect oneself from identity theft.
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.
Is footgolf a real thing? Yes, and you can play it in Wooster
Take one part soccer and two parts golf. Add 21-inch diameter holes to an existing golf course, and that's the recipe for the relatively new sport of footgolf. The L.C. Boles Golf Course in Wooster is the home of Ohio's first American Footgolf League certified course.
Hawks baseball program gets a boost from apparel donation
Thanks to the efforts of Berlin Embroidery, which teamed up with HolmesCountyTicket.com, the Hawks baseball program received a check for nearly $900 from the sales of the championship gear that was made to celebrate the accomplishment.
Basketball clinic slated for July 18-19 in Orrville
One Heartbeat Basketball will host a mini clinic July 18-19 for middle school and high school age boys. The clinic will take place at University of Akron Wayne College John E. Boyer Gymnasium, located at 1901 Smucker Road near Orrville.