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The annual Love INC Der Dutchman fundraiser will take place at Der Dutchman Restaurant in Walnut Creek. As always 15 percent of dinner and bakery sales as well as 100 percent of all tips go to fund the ministry and its many local outreaches.

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New Leaf Center caters specifically to children with rare genetic disorders and special needs.

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Georgia Jaeb purchased 25 ukuleles for the students at Millersburg and Clark elementary schools with the funds provided by the Clark and Millersburg PTO and the West Holmes Music Boosters.

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The Ohio Amish Library serves as a historical resource where one can learn more about Amish and Mennonite history as well as family genealogies.

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The Holmes County Humane Society is joining with The Duncan Theater of Killbuck to present a series of animal-themed films through April.

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Eat with a purpose at Love INCís upcoming fundraiser at Der Dutchman

The annual Love INC Der Dutchman fundraiser will take place at Der Dutchman Restaurant in Walnut Creek. As always 15 percent of dinner and bakery sales as well as 100 percent of all tips go to fund the ministry and its many local outreaches.

Love Center Food Pantry serves 364 families in January

There were a total of 364 different families that came to the Love Center during the month of January.

Walnut Hills honors employees

Walnut Hills Retirement Community recently honored 22 longtime staff members with service awards.

New Leaf Center focuses on special needs children

New Leaf Center caters specifically to children with rare genetic disorders and special needs.

Uke gotta love this teaching tool in West Holmes elementary schools

Georgia Jaeb purchased 25 ukuleles for the students at Millersburg and Clark elementary schools with the funds provided by the Clark and Millersburg PTO and the West Holmes Music Boosters.

ACWH names Students of the Month

Makayla Cummings, Black River High School, and Koltan Boughman, West Holmes High School, were named Career Center Students of the Month for February.

Reader opposes President Trumpís order to build a wall

In this letter to the editor Suzanne Watson expresses her disagreement with President Trump's order to build a wall.

Heritage Ohio thanks Millersburg

In this letter to the editor Joyce Barrett, executive director of Heritage Ohio, expresses her thanks to Millersburg for hosting the Heritage Ohio Main Street Program's Revitalization Training.

Ohio Amish Library is a historical resource

The Ohio Amish Library serves as a historical resource where one can learn more about Amish and Mennonite history as well as family genealogies.

Duncan hosts Animal Film Festival to benefit Humane Society

The Holmes County Humane Society is joining with The Duncan Theater of Killbuck to present a series of animal-themed films through April.

Sports

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.

All-Star Alta Weiss: A baseball legend in her own time

Born in Berlin on Feb. 9, 1890, Alta Weiss would go on to become one of the most famous female baseball players of all time.


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