Amish Country Half Marathon is a great run, but has other benefits, too
The Amish Country Half Marathon not only provides a bit of exercise after Thanksgiving, it gives the local economy a boost right before the end of the year.
Writing makes for a great escape for local author
Lillian Duncan has always loved to write, but in the past few years it has taken on even more significance. Writing has become an escape from the foggy mind caused by brain tumors.
Holiday decor sales at area Goodwill stores Black Friday
Holiday decorations on sale at area Goodwill stores on Black Friday.
Christian Children’s Home needs families to foster, adopt
Foster and adoptive parent are constantly needed for the many children in Ohio who need a safe, caring home.
Being grateful extends far beyond a Thanksgiving meal
Bruce Stambaugh shares some thoughts on what makes him grateful this Thanksgiving.
A grumble-free Thanksgiving stuffing
Scott shares the stuffing recipe that makes his family happy at Thanksgiving.
Early winter conditions can be hard on birds
The first snows of winter have brought many species flocking to Ohio and Indiana.
Things change, but Bridenthal’s love lives on
John Bridenthal has seen plenty of things change over the course of the 48 years he served on the Nashville Fire Department. But no matter what changed, he always loved to do his job.
Jann Hershberger’s Night of Music is a blessing on many levels
Jann Hershberger's Night of Music continues to be a traditional inspiration for those wanting to dive into the Christmas season. The Dec. 6 event at Martins Creek Mennonite Church is a fund-raiser for Holmes County Share-a-Christmas.
Horn inks full ride letter of intent to play for Fairmont State
Rachel Horn isn’t flashy. She may not have the touch of an angel. She may not look like poetry in motion on the hardwood.
But make no mistake, Rachel Horn can get things done to help her Lady Hawks team win basketball games.
Hiland athletes collect plenty of postseason accolades
Hiland High School recently completed its award ceremonies, and a number of great athletes were rewarded and honored for their efforts and achievements.
In cross country, Ms. Cross Country was presented to Melissa Hostetler, while Mr. Cross Country was awarded to Lorin Hershberger.
Ogi’s rare blend of power, speed and ability earned him a spot as one of the all-time greats on Knights gridiron
What might have been for Luke Ogi.
With staggering rushing numbers like 10.1 yards per carry, 23 touchdowns and a total of 1,718 yards, it is easy to see why people put Ogi's name at the top of the list in the OCC, and in the entire area, when it came to the short list of...
Lady Pirates feel the joy of the podium in runner-up performance at State
Half full versus half empty.
To celebrate or mourn.
The Garaway Lady Pirates cross country team chose to revel in their Div. III State runner-up effort Saturday, Nov. 1 at National Trail Raceway in Hebron.
Brody Miller a true unsung hero in Knights title season
With an Ohio Cardinal Conference league title on the line, the Knights went out and stumped Clear Fork to the tune of 42-0, a monumental turnaround after last season’s anticlimactic loss to the Colts.
Yoder embodies the true spirit of competition in gutsy State effort
“I’m sorry coach.”
With those words, Garaway cross country competitor Blake Yoder firmly etched his name into the great efforts of Ohio High School athletic accomplishments.
Athletic events are often times filled with moments which define a competitor’s character.
Lady Knights sneak into Regionals, Hostettler dominates
With a tremendous effort by Michelle Hostettler and the rest of the Lady Knights girls cross country team, West Holmes will move on to Regionals.
Morehart wins, Pirates pack runs as one in dominating East District meet
The Garaway boys cross country team showed what working as a team was all about in their District race.
DeFelice leads Knights to cross country Regionals
Vinney DeFelice may not have followed the game plan, but his efforts gave him a winning run. The rest of the West Holmes boys cross country team wasn't quite as lucky, but they will be moving on to Regionals.
Hiland harriers make times the winning issue at District meet
Although they didn't have enough members to make team Regionals, the Hiland cross country teams were represented well at this year's districts. They hope to make an even better showing next year.