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Timothy Kane fell in with the wrong crowd, a decision that led to being sentenced to 25 years to life in a Florida prison. It was there he found a Bible and began reading the pages of the Gospel in the New Testament. Now after 25-plus years in prison, he is sharing with others how God gave him new life and hope.

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Comfort Suites of Berlin has always been a favorite destination for returning guests. But with the addition of upgraded rooms and a new high-tech conference room, it is now also a valuable resource for locals as well.

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The Fall 2017 Ohio Hardwood Furniture Market was the first major nonfair event to take place at Harvest Ridge. After bouncing around from venue to venue, the show now has a permanent place to call home.

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Since 1953 the village of Sugarcreek has hosted the Ohio Swiss Festival on the fourth weekend after Labor Day each autumn. This year's festival is approaching.

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The Friends of Wolf Creek Grist Mill will host its largest fundraising event of the year when Oktoberfest returns to Mohican.

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The gift of life arises from the tragedy of murder for Timothy Kane

Timothy Kane fell in with the wrong crowd, a decision that led to being sentenced to 25 years to life in a Florida prison. It was there he found a Bible and began reading the pages of the Gospel in the New Testament. Now after 25-plus years in prison, he is sharing with others how God gave him new...

Logging Mohican a concern to reader

In this letter to the editor, Ashland resident Ashley Clark expresses her concern for logging in Mohican Forest.

Confess your unpopular opinion: Part deux

Columnist Missy Herrera discusses unpopular opinions as a follow-up to a previous column.

Every time I woke up, it seemed the world had been rocked on its very axis

Columnist Mike Dewey discusses a vacation during his younger years and the game of ping-pong.

For farmers field work doesn't end with the harvest

Columnist Chuck Reynolds discusses things needed done by farmers after harvest.

God is not mad at you

Columnist Amber Miller discusses her view on God's outlook toward sin and sinners.

Ohio Hardwood Furniture Market is finally home at Harvest Ridge

The Fall 2017 Ohio Hardwood Furniture Market was the first major nonfair event to take place at Harvest Ridge. After bouncing around from venue to venue, the show now has a permanent place to call home.

Say goodbye to summer and hello to fall

Columnist Bruce Stambaugh discusses the change of seasons from summer to fall.

Hurricane Irma brings a sooty tern to our area

Columnist Bruce Glick discusses a sooty tern located near Dover.

Driving the interstate highways is not a good way to see the country

Columnist Bob Hanna discusses his return trip from the hunt in Maine.

Sports

The Ohio Floor Company experiences 'Net' gains through work on NBA's Barclays Center floor

Expecting perfection from themselves is why The Ohio Floor Company has continued to make huge strides in the industry. The company recently brought in a slice of New Jersey, refinishing the flooring and artwork for the Brooklyn Nets at the Barclays Center.

Race includes running, paddling and mountain biking

Camp Tuscazoar will host its first Tuscazoar Adventure Race. The race will begin at 9 a.m. at the camp. Participants will run about 6 miles for the first leg, paddle 4 miles on the Tuscarawas River for the second leg and mountain bike 7 miles to complete the race.

Goodwill Golf Classic supports employment training programs

Goodwill Industries of Wayne and Holmes Counties Inc. held its 20th annual Goodwill Golf Classic at the Wooster Country Club.

Pride Valley Force '02 provides a chance for young talent to grow

Pride Valley Force '02 traveling softball team out of Tuscarawas County worked its way into a top-16 finish in a mammoth field of 180 teams at the World Series in Columbus, Ohio.

A huge step in the right direction for the sports world

Columnist Bryan Schaaf discusses why he is happy with the decision Kyrie Irving made to leave the Cavs.


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