Archives for April 2017

Small Grains Field Day Set For June 13

The OARDC Schaffter Farm located at 3240 Oil City Rd., Wooster, will be the host location for the 2017 Small Grains Field Day scheduled for Tuesday, June 13.   The day begins with registration and sign-in at 9:30 am and the program starts at 10:00am.  The day will conclude around 3:15 pm.   In addition to looking at how small grains are Continue

Starlight Golf Scramble Planned June 2

Pomerene Hospital is planning its 17th annual Starlight Golf Scramble that will take place at Fire Ridge Golf Course on Friday, June 2nd, 2017.   The Starlight Golf Scramble is hosted by the Pomerene Health Foundation.   The event is a unique 9-hole golf scramble played in the dark. The course will be laid out with luminaries Continue

Theater Expansion Announced

  Amish Country Theater—new theater, hotel & events center...   Continue

Lakeville Elementary Newsletter May 2017

The May newsletter for Lakeville Elementary has now been published.   You can find it here. Continue

Life In Another “Country”

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

Cancer Control Month

Steps you can take to help control your risk of cancer... Continue

Jim Dunn Memorial Comes To Hilltop

By Jessica Mardis   Saturday night, April 22, 2017 was filled with nonstop racing action as the third leg of the Jim Dunn Memorial qualifier mini series, sponsored by Jeremy Brehm at American Integrity Electric Supply in Newark, Ohio, made their stop at Hilltop Speedway.   The Holmes Tire late models and the Hangout in Continue

Weber Girls 5K Run

Annual scholarship fundraising event scheduled for May 13... Continue

Spring Tourism Workshop

Amish Country Lodging Council sponsoring May 4th event... Continue

Varsity Singers Earn Superior Rating

The Hiland High School Varsity Singers received a superior rating at the Ohio Music Educators Association State Large Group Contest held on Friday, April 21st at Jackson High School in Massillon.   The choir competed in class AA, the highest possible level.  They performed three selections: At The Round Earth's Imagined Corners by Continue