Behind Bars and Beyond honored with Michael Berken Peace & Justice Award
Behind Bars and Beyond is a volunteer-based group dedicated to advocating for issues related to the criminal justice system. Catholic Commission of Wayne, Ashland and Medina honored Behind Bars and Beyond by naming them winners of the 2017 Michael Berken Peace & Justice Award.
GoBus provides Ohio's only rural/intercity bus service
There is a bus service from Wooster and Shreve to Columbus each day. Wayne County Transportation Coalition will provide the opportunity to learn more about that service and gather public feedback about starting another route between Wooster and Cleveland.
Joy of reading brings two local nonprofits together for a fundraiser
Lynn Hope Industries and the Holmes County Training Center united to help provide funds for a new bookmobile for the Holmes County District Public Library.
Consider adopting a new eco-consciousness
Columnist Randi Pokladnik discusses her view on nature and the human race.
Call for artists: Open Air Art Museum seeks art that will change with the seasons
Inn at Honey Run has numerous trails filled with thoughtful works of art in its Open Air Art Museum, a one-of-a-kind experience that blends wood, steel and stone into an interactive artistic experience.
Flower pot workshop offered
Connie Miller of the Roscoe Landscape Department and Deb Gaumer of Garden Patch will host a flower pot workshop in Roscoe Village.
Historical Society hosts ‘Our Town’ series with a focus on Clark
The local history of Clark is the next stop on the Holmes County Historical Society's "Our Town" series.
Leadership Holmes County dubs May 2 fundraising dinner ‘Helping Holmes County’
Leadership Holmes County will present a night of food and fellowship during its fundraiser dinner at Der Dutchman Restaurant in Walnut Creek. Funds from the evening will be evenly split between H15 Ministries and Holmes County Habitat for Humanity.
Holmesville American Legion Ladies Auxiliary to host Girls Day Out
The Holmesville American Legion Ladies Auxiliary Unit 551 will host its first vendor and craft show at the Holmesville Elementary School.
Hunter Yoder signs to run cross country at MVNU
Hunter Yoder signed his letter of intent to continue his education and cross country career at Mt. Vernon Nazarene University.
Austin Miller set to fly at Indiana Wesleyan University
Garaway senior Austin Miller signed a letter of intent to attend Indiana Wesleyan University, where he will join the track and field team.
A run of 21 as Bucks celebrate a Training Center win along with the community
The Holmes County All-Stars again were denied victory as the Holmes County Training Center Bucks soared to a huge early lead and made it stand in a 91-70 victory.
Hiland baseball clinics coming up
The Hiland Hawks varsity baseball program will be presenting a series of baseball clinics.
Hiland summer softball sign-up slated for Feb. 11
The Hiland girls youth softball program will conduct sign-ups at the Reese Center at Hiland High School.
East Holmes youth baseball sign-ups set for Feb. 11
East Holmes youth baseball sign-ups are approaching, and any youth who wants to participate for their community youth baseball program may do so by stopping in at one of the sign-up locations on Saturday, Feb. 11.
Living with questions after horrific 9-11 event now part of life for Joe Whalen
Joe Whalen, St. Rose Purple Roses girls basketball coach from New Jersey, attended Classic in the Country. A story about Perry Reese, Jr. saved him from the 9-11 terrorist attack by bringing him into coaching weeks prior to the attack.
Perry Reese film moves ahead as writers visit Holmes County
James Black came to Berlin in an effort to gain information about Perry Reese, Jr. Black is currently in the process of producing the Perry Reese, Jr. movie, which is moving forward after a long struggle to find funding for the screen writing.