Archives for September 2016

Barberton 41 West Holmes 14

Magics come at Knights from all angles in impressive win...     Recap:     Postgame:     Replay:     Continue

4-H Volunteers, Others Honored

The annual 4-H Volunteer Recognition Banquet was held Thursday night, Sept. 29, 2016 at the Carlisle Village Inn in Walnut Creek.   A variety of individuals and clubs were honored for achievements past and present and the event, as always, was well attended.   The following comments were made as the major awards and Continue

Princess, Queen Candidates

Ten candidates will vie for the title of Princess and three for the honor of Queen of this year's Holmes County Antique Festival.   The festival will be held Oct. 8 and 9 and will feature the Princess competition at 10 a.m. with the Queen event following at noon on Oct. 8.     Candidates have been preparing since Continue

Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis

Children may be affected for a short time or a lifetime... Continue

Guggisberg Collects Record Win

On Wednesday, September 28th, 2016, the judging took place for the Ohio Swiss Festival’s cheese competition, where Guggisberg Cheese was awarded Ohio Grand Champion Cheesemaker.   This is the 6th year in a row for Guggisberg, setting a new record for consecutive wins.   The Ohio Swiss Festival cheese competition is the third Continue

Training Center October 2016 Calendar

The calendar of activities for the Holmes County Training Center for October, 2016 has been published.   You can find the calendar here. Continue

In Any Kind of Weather

Delights, Dilemmas, and Delusions of a Modern Midwestern Man... "Send Help" by John C. Lorson and illustrated by Kristin S. Lorson is available locally at Bookworms Bargain Books and Collectables, 34 S. Clay Street, Millersburg and Bookworms, LLC on Facebook. Continue

The Miracle of Teas

Teas have served healthful purposes for thousands of years... Continue

Food Safety Myth, Fact—Part I

What you’ve heard is safe may not pan out scientifically... Continue

College Fair Oct. 17

Event to take place at the Baker Building at Harvest Ridge... Continue