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Twenty-five years ago, Leslie Nofsinger turned her passion into a profession. That's when she launched her Farmstead Embroidery in Navarre.

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Long known as a neighborhood staple for home projects, Millersburg True Value Hardware is heralding spring with a grand reopening of its new Lawn & Garden Center.

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Bubble gum. That’s the most popular petunia shade from Proven Winner this season, and people will find it at Baskets and Blooms. Among the many new plants offered this year are Ketchup-n-Fries plants with both tomatoes above and potatoes below ground."

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Sure, we’ve become a disposable society. But that doesn’t mean we should toss out a good piece of equipment just because it needs a small repair, said Lavon Stoltzfus, owner of Schlabach’s Engine Repairs, in Millersburg.

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The problem with most weight loss programs, said Vickie Evans, owner of Form You 3 Weight Loss Center, is they tend to come in a one-size-fits-all option. But that doesn’t work for everyone.

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Twenty-five years ago, Leslie Nofsinger turned her passion into a profession. That's when she launched her Farmstead Embroidery in Navarre.

Ready, set … grow!

Long known as a neighborhood staple for home projects, Millersburg True Value Hardware is heralding spring with a grand reopening of its new Lawn & Garden Center.

Baskets and Blooms

Bubble gum. That’s the most popular petunia shade from Proven Winner this season, and people will find it at Baskets and Blooms. Among the many new plants offered this year are Ketchup-n-Fries plants with both tomatoes above and potatoes below ground."

"The...

Auditions for Disney’s ‘The Little Mermaid’ set for May 13 and 14

Auditions are fast approaching for The Actor's Playground's production of Disney's "The Little Mermaid."

Acclaimed quartet Holmes County bound

The New York City-based Escher String Quartet will be in Holmes County May 3-5. The group will visiting both West Holmes and Hiland high schools. On May 5, the groups visit will culminate with a 7 p.m. free performance at the Perry Reese Jr. Community Center.

No one needs a phone number repeated four times

Even though it's a relatively benign and minor annoyance, it's more than enough to send Mike Dewey into a paroxysm of vituperative angst as he lets his fetid imagination roam freely in this week's essay.

March 2016 Love Center Food Pantry report

The Love Center thanks everyone who had a part in this ministry of "friends helping friends."

The day has finally come: nothing to say

Sometimes it's hard to dive into an entirely new job.

A yearly springtime nemesis

Chad Curry vs. birds of springtime.

OMESSP applications due May 9

The Ohio Minority Engineering Student Scholarship Program is now accepting applications.

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Hiland compounding interest daily when it comes to success on the diamond

If success breeds success, the Hiland Hawks 2016 baseball team should be poised on the precipice of something pretty special.
Last year saw the Hawks make it to regional finals in Division IV, where they lost a heart-breaking 10-inning affair to eventual state champion Newark Catholic.

Millet exemplifies leadership for Pirates

Nathan Millet didn’t grow up running alongside his Garaway Pirates teammates. He didn’t traverse the rolling tundra surrounding Sugarcreek and wasn’t part of the successful cross country and track teams that had propelled Garaway’s cross country program into the best among Division III and the...

Garaway pole vaulter on the Hunt for a state podium spot

Everyone is always looking for the next great thing. The newest iPhones are barely out on the market before people are clamoring in huge anticipation for the next edition to hit the market, with all of the new gadgets and whistles that come with it.

Lady P’s going by the numbers as they attack 2016 with purpose

Sometimes numbers don’t mean a doggone thing.
Sometimes they do.
The numbers speak volumes when it comes to the 2015 Garaway Lady Pirates softball team.

Kendall Reidenbach grows into leadership role in Lady Pirates program

Perched behind her spot just below the umpire behind the dish, Garaway senior Kendall Reidenbach isn’t exactly the most imposing player on the field.

Hawks, Pirates & Cards all ‘get better’ in tri-meet

Considering that the tri-meet at Hiland High School Tuesday, April 5 was between Inter-Valley Conference rivals Garaway, Sandy Valley and host Hiland, one might think that it would be cutthroat action to the wire.

Goudy goes large at Fairless Tri-County meet to capture field MVP

After breaking the West Holmes discus record last season, Josh Goudy knew this year might be something special.
He is getting what he hoped for in more ways than one.

Harris has come a long way from days of broom handles and couch cushions

A couple of old couch cushions, some string and a broom handle.
That is what introduced Ty Harris to the world of pole vaulting back in the third grade.

Knights’ young guns asked to carry majority of load

Brenden Bridenthal, Kendrick Wagler and a host of other talented youngsters hurling for the West Holmes High School baseball team this season are in an unenviable spot yet one that can make good athletes that much better.

Kelli Neville shows nerves of steel in claiming K of C state title

Like Luke Skywalker learning to become a Jedi Knight, shooting free throws is not just an automatic. It takes great patience, nerves of steel and the ability to allow your mechanics to take over. It also takes a whole lot of practice.



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