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Although the Smithville Veterans Memorial was formally dedicated in November, it remains a work in progress. The memorial, which is located in Smithville Village Park, represents the culmination of over three years of planning. Most recently, two granite benches were installed on the site.

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A new co-worker is cruising the halls of Wooster Community Hospital.

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The Ohio Light Opera will present seven productions including four new ones for 2016.

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Ashland University's Dwight Schar College of Nursing and Health Sciences graduated its first student from the Doctorate of Nursing Practice program at AU's Spring Commencement on May 14.

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Local Boy Scouts of America members from Holmes and Wayne counties enjoyed a time of fellowship and learning during the recent camp.

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Local students tour WCSCC

Almost 300 seventh and eighth graders from John R. Lea, Dalton, Wooster and Chippewa middle schools were scheduled to visit the Career Center on Thursday, May 12 for career exploration. Another 360 from Northwestern, Smithville, Orrville and Rittman visited on Friday, May 13.

Memorial Day activities planned at Wooster

On Monday, May 30 Wooster's Memorial Day speaker will be a veteran who saw combat in the Middle East. His remarks will come as the featured event of the Memorial Day Service at the Veterans Memorial at Wooster Cemetery and later at Sherwood Memorial Gardens.

Smithville Veterans Memorial continues to be a work in progress as it receives enhancements in time for Memorial Day

Although the Smithville Veterans Memorial was formally dedicated in November, it remains a work in progress. The memorial, which is located in Smithville Village Park, represents the culmination of over three years of planning. Most recently, two granite benches were installed on the site.

The real kings of Cleveland don’t play on a basketball court

Columnist Bryan Schaaf discusses the various food establishments in Cleveland and how he believes they are wrongly in the shadow of Cleveland sports.

Wooster Symphony Orchestra ‘town and gown’ member loves music and Wooster

Wooster Symphony Orchestra cellist Ann Gregor has been a member of the orchestra for 13 years and is enjoying the 100th anniversary of the orchestra.

Say hello to Harriet

Harriet loves to be around people. She is up for adoption at the Wayne County Dog Shelter now.

Smithville student receives scholarship for perfect attendance

Wayne County Schools Career Center electronics and computer networking student Anthony Carmany of Smithville received a $1,000 college scholarship from Chevrolet of Wooster after his name was drawn at the Career Center¿s annual perfect attendance party.

Smucker family to triple size of scholarship fund

In a move that continues its legacy of generous support for higher education in Wayne County, the Smucker family announced it will increase the size of a scholarship that benefits students at The University of Akron¿s Wayne College to $1 million.

Camp Luz Pool grand opening at Family Fun Day

Months of construction are about to conclude with the grand opening of the new pool at Camp Luz on June 4. Grand opening will take place at 1 p.m. with activities before and after the event.

The 17-year cicadas are about to emerge

Columnist Herb Broda discusses the coming event of the 17-year cicadas.



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