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The East Central Ohio Forestry Association will have Matthew Shumar to speak on the subject, "Birds in the Forest."

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When it comes to raising lamb, Misty Oaks Farm, only a few miles north of Holmesville, is one of a kind.

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A grant from the Centers for Disease Control and the Ohio Department of Health funded a project to certify local teachers in the Tai Chi: Moving for Better Balance program.

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The Friends of Wooster Memorial Park have created the Fall Hiking Challenge to encourage people to get out and explore the natural beauty of the 325-acre park.

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MCTV recently launched Excellerate, which will bring fiber optic cable directly to area homes. This is the newest fiber-to-the-home internet technology found anywhere in the country and will keep local homes and businesses ahead of the game, whatever their needs.

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ECOFA to host 'Birds in the Forest' program

The East Central Ohio Forestry Association will have Matthew Shumar to speak on the subject, "Birds in the Forest."

A long drive makes for an unforgettable solar eclipse

Columnist Randi Pokladnik discusses her trip to Hopkinsville, Kentucky, where she viewed the recent eclipse in totality.

Local farmers offer lots of insights for would-be breeders

When it comes to raising lamb, Misty Oaks Farm, only a few miles north of Holmesville, is one of a kind.

Orrville church to host Bible and Science Conference

Dr. Don DeYoung, a Christian astronomer, will speak at the Bible and Science Conference, hosted by the Orrville Grace Brethren Church.

Health talks focus on vegan diet and back pain

Aultman Orrville Hospital will host two health talks in September as part of a monthly educational speaker series.

Locals and visitors become certified to teach tai chi

A grant from the Centers for Disease Control and the Ohio Department of Health funded a project to certify local teachers in the Tai Chi: Moving for Better Balance program.

Most of the stuff in the garage is not my responsibility

Columnist Laura Moore discusses her two-car garage and the stuff that has filled it.

The Red Cross is a vital part of the community

In this Red Cross column Lara Kiefer discusses the services provided by the organization and how it has impacted Wayne and Holmes counties.

When we know we're officially on the clock, that's the time to reflect

Columnist Brian Schaaf discusses his view on death and what he hopes to have accomplished with his life when his time comes.

Shorebirds are in the spotlight these days

Columnist Bruce Glick discusses shorebirds he saw during a trip to some flooded fields.


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