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Hope Players Reader’s Theater production presents unique challenges

Hope Players Reader’s Theater production presents unique challenges

HOPEDALE – The Hope Players’ readers’ theater production of Roi Cooper Megrue’s comedy, “Seven Chances,” to be presented this...

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Lakeland Academy begins anew

Lakeland Academy begins anew

By AMY GAREIS, News-Herald Staff Writer  FREEPORT – Lakeland Academy Community School is beginning a new year with a refurbished space and more students...

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Gable’s 113th birthday set

Gable’s 113th birthday set

By AMY GAREIS, News-Herald Staff Writer  CADIZ – Happy Birthday, Mr. Gable! The Clark Gable Foundation Museum will observe what would have been the local...

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Women on a mission

Women on a mission

Deersville United Methodist Church women gather each month for the Woody Paul Blanket Mission, in which homemade coverings are sent to people who are ill, bereaved...

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Dogs 4 Warriors aids vets with PTSD

Dogs 4 Warriors aids vets with PTSD

 By AMY GAREIS, News-Herald Staff Writer  BOWERSTON – A new program aims to match service dogs with wounded warriors who are facing their own battle with...

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Abandoned

Abandoned

Kristen Dingess, at right, and animal rescue organization member Laura Eritano-Partlow recently helped abandoned dog Tinkerbell find a new home. Dingess and friend...

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Ruritan Citizens of the Year honored

Ruritan Citizens of the Year honored

ATWOOD – The Scio Dining Fork Ruritans selected their Citizens of the Year and installed their new officers at their Christmas banquet meeting on December...

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Tree Huggers

Tree Huggers

This certainly isn’t your ordinary tree…because the Dysart Woods historical trees are never cut down, but allowed to stand for ages and ages. Harrison County...

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Mine safety training center gets two-year extension

Mine safety training center gets two-year extension

By AMY GAREIS     News-Herald Staff Writer CADIZ – The Jerry L. Stewart Mine Safety Training Center is staying put for another two years, this after...

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Sounds of the season

Sounds of the season

The Harrison Central Jr./Sr. High School Marching Band, under the direction of Jay Woods, provided a soundtrack for the season during the Cadiz Lighted Christmas...

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