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Macin Hager entered the auction ring at the junior livestock auction at the Holmes County Junior Fair like any other youth. That didn't last. Hager took the microphone and auctioned off his own swine, much to the delight of a very appreciative crowd.

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Skyview Ranch has many activities to offer the locals, and the upcoming Holmes County Rough and Rugged Race promises a challenge and plenty of fun.

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The Ohio Haiti Benefit Auction is right around the corner, and everyone involved is hopeful that the community can pull together to support those in need.

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There is nothing like going fast for 9-year-old Jesse Hickman. He has been riding off-road vehicles his whole life and is looking to participate in the national championship circuit next summer.

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While all of the fair activities wound down to a halt Saturday night, on Sunday, Aug. 16, area cub scouts and boy scouts were performing the annual task of cleaning up the fairgrounds. This time was quite different, however, as it marked the final activity at the current fairgorunds.

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Library to celebrate success with a float in Holmesville

The Prairie Township Library has reorganized as a volunteer organization and is experiencing success in it's first few months. The volunteers plan to celebrate with a float in the Holmesville Homecoming parade.

Do we have happiness, or do we have real joy in our hearts?

Columnist Kyle Snyder thinks that while happiness is an inward feeling of an outward circumstance, joy is an outward expression of an inward feeling.

Let there be music almost everywhere

This week, Mike Dewey returns to the beach just in time for the eight size C batteries in his XM radio to expire: It¿s a story to die for, so to speak.

Turn out the lights, the party’s moving

The lights went down on the Holmes County Fair at its current location for the final time Saturday, Aug. 15. With a new fairgrounds in progress, 2015 marked the last time that kids and adults will generate memories on the grounds near Crissey Memorial Pool. It marks a bittersweet time for many...

Momchilov honored as part of the annual Holmesville Homecoming festivities

The Suzanne V. Momchilov SELEA 5K Walk/Run will highlight a day full of activities at the annual Holmesville Homecoming & Firemen's Festival.

Essay contest to determine new inn and home owner

Carol and Herb Steffey are selling the Garden Gate Get-A-Way through an essay contest. Anyone wishing to own the inn should write an essay saying why they would love to own the property.

Hager rattles off a winner after auctioning off his own swine

Macin Hager entered the auction ring at the junior livestock auction at the Holmes County Junior Fair like any other youth. That didn't last. Hager took the microphone and auctioned off his own swine, much to the delight of a very appreciative crowd.

Recycling increases in Millersburg under the new trash contract

Sugarcreek has also seen recycling increase under a similar contract.

Hard work and family support give Holmes County youth the winning edge

Holmes County has made a mark at the Ohio State Fair, some of its 4-H'ers have made their mark at national shows and every year at the Holmes County Fair judges swoon about the quality of the showmanship and animals at the junior fair. Hard work and family commitment have made Holmes County's youth...

The sound of canning may be simple, but it’s also sacred and worth the work

Bruce Stambaugh shares about some simple but sacred sounds of life.


Smith, Smithies fire on all cylinders in winning The Pines Invite

Smithville took it to the competition at The Pines Invite Monday, Aug.17, firing a 313 to run away from the 14-team field. Braden Smith's even-par 72 earned him medalist honors and helped the Smithies continue their early season hot streak. West Holmes continued to play well, grabbing third place.

Points season comes to an end, champions are named at Hilltop

Hilltop Speedway was buzzing with racers as the 2015 points season came to a close.

Why nobody wants the Indians to make the MLB playoffs

Pitching makes Cleveland one dangerous team in the playoff format.

Hawks fire a blistering 150 in fending off Knights at Willandale

The Hiland Hawks golf team is shaping up to break some ground in the score department. With a 150 under their belts, the boys think they can break into the 140s.

Hiland baseball to host 4-man scramble at Fire Ridge Aug. 29

The scramble is an effort to recoup some of the large expenses incurred during the team's run to the Senior Little League World Series final in Bangor, Maine.

Former Hawk Casey Kaufman named Malone Pioneer’s interim coach

Casey Kaufman, former Hiland Hawk player and coach, has been named interim coach for the Malone University Men's Basketball program.

Pirates tee it up in style as they seek ninth straight state berth

The Pirates golf team, seeking their ninth straight state appearance, is off to a great start with good finishes in its first three tournaments this summer. The team from Garaway will have to watch out for rival Hiland throughout the season.

Kaufman realty claims yet another Class A title with 8-1 pasting of Wood Electric

Kaufman Realty claims another title in the Tuscarawas Class A baseball league. With solid pitching and ringing bats, KR took the win easily against Wood Electric.

Hiland baseball to host its four-man scramble at Fire Ridge GC Aug. 29

The team from East Holmes had a deep run into the Little League World Series. But that run cost the team a chunk of change. To help recoup the costs, the team will host a golf scramble at Fire Ridge Golf Course.

Junior Hawks show heart despite going 0-4 in Central regional

The East Holmes Junior League Little League team enjoyed a run at regionals, but didn't enjoy the success their older counterparts did.

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