Archives for June 2016

Maltarich Resigns As FB Coach

The Voice of Holmes has learned that Kevin Maltarich, who has guided the West Holmes football program for the past six years, has resigned.   Maltarich informed Superintendent Bill Sterling of his resignation this week.   Over his six year career as the Knights gridiron coach, his team compiled a record of 30-33.  Continue

Dairy Barn Tradition Remains

  Dr. Eric Shaver on keeping one of Fair's most popular stands...   Continue

Conley Remains Undefeated at Hilltop

By Jessica Mardis Photos by Diane Bemiller   Racing action was sure to excite at the Hill for the $500 to win Rigz Towin mod lite special as well as the mid-season points championship, as there were 107 cars entered in the pits.   With a field of thirteen, the JPR Auto and Tire mini wedges were the first to hit the track Continue

From Zimbabwe To Millersburg

  International Exchange Program Volunteer Bathabile Ncube...   Continue

County Home Car Show

Sean Hoxworth shares photos from Saturday's event...     Continue

“Lady Justice” Comes Home

  Dave Croft Construction remounts renovated statue June 22...   Continue

The Art of “Giftology”

  Cutco Cutlery legend John Ruhlin's new book now available...   Continue

Cavs Throw A Party

A one in a 1.3 million experience captured in photos from Brice Lonsinger's viewpoint of the biggest celebration in Cleveland history.   The Cleveland Cavaliers, after breaking the "curse" of 52 years without a major, professional sports title, show everyone how it's done with a celebration for the ages.   Continue

Rico Abreu Dominates Napa WCS

Monday, June 20, 2016   By Tyler Altmeyer & Mike Swanger   After missing the main event on Sunday at Millstream Speedway, St Helena, California’s Rico Abreu made an impressive rebound and nearly swept round four of Ohio Sprint Speedweek presented by Cometic Gasket at Orrville’s NAPA Wayne County Speedway to win the Duffy Continue

“Flyin Ryan” Claims Holmes Tire Late Model Feature

By Jessica Mardis   Photos by Diane Bemiller   With 111 cars in the pits and the stands packed with fans, Saturday night was filled with non-stop racing, as seven different divisions were in action on the Hill.   Starting out the night’s events were the JPR Auto and Tire mini wedges with a field of thirteen. Heat Continue