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The Wooster Oilers are off to a 6-3 start this season. But for the individual squad members, the goal is much higher than a winning season here.

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There's a new "Haunted Wayne County" coming to a stage near you. The next Wayne County Performing Arts Council production opens Friday, Oct. 24.

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The road to a healthy life starts with play, just ask Lydia Lytle.

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Wayne County's only contested race pits incumbent county Commissioner Ann Obrecht against former Commissioner David Kiefer, who is running as a write-in.

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Woodcarver Paul Weaver's works are on display at Lehman's.

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New ‘Haunted Wayne County’ will both frighten and amuse theatergoers

There's a new "Haunted Wayne County" coming to a stage near you. The next Wayne County Performing Arts Council production opens Friday, Oct. 24.

Lydia Lytle’s preschool classes are all about child’s play with a purpose

The road to a healthy life starts with play, just ask Lydia Lytle.

Certified Angus Beef posts record sales for eighth consecutive year

It was a record-breaking sales year for Certified Angus Beef -- again.

Seat on County Board of Commissioners is Wayne’s only contested race in Nov.

Wayne County's only contested race pits incumbent county Commissioner Ann Obrecht against former Commissioner David Kiefer, who is running as a write-in.

CCJ’s Demlow, Smith honored with awards

Critchfield, Critchfield & Johnston attorneys Amy Demlow and Rebecca Smith have been named Medina County Athena Award winners.

Weaver’s carvings change the atmosphere at Lehman’s

Woodcarver Paul Weaver's works are on display at Lehman's.

Everybody can get involved at annual Dalessandro memorial run

There are all kinds of ways to participate in the annual Rich Dalessandro memorial run in Dalton Nov. 1. But if you're going to run, beware of the hill.

Dove Award winner Lynda Randle to appear at WCH Auxiliary benefit concert

Dove Award winner and Gaither Homecoming singer Lynda Randle will appear in concert with local musician John Schmid in a benefit for the Wooster Community Hospital Auxiliary's Posies for Mammograms program.

City Council to vote on zoning changes that relax cell tower restrictions

Wooster City Council stands ready to vote on changes to the city 's zoning code that would relax requirements for the construction of cell phone towers.

Exhibition explores issues of evolving masculinities

The College of Wooster Art Museum presents "SHAPESHIFTING: Contemporary Masculinities" through Dec. 7 in the Sussel and Morgan galleries.



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