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Tuesday fair highlights

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Tuesday at the Morrow County featured the following events:SENIOR fair eventsBear Hollow Woodcarving—1, 3:30, 6, & 8:30 North side of Fairgrounds9:00 A.M….Open Swine Show and Judging (Show Arena)12:00 P.M….Draft Horse, Pony, & Mule Classes (Draft Horse Arena)1:00 P.M….Flower and Garden Club Judging (Floral Hall)3:00 P.M….Jane Horton (Small Stage)4:30 P.M….Dave and Ethel Smith (Small Stage)5:00 P.M….Swine Breeders Picnic6:00 P.M….Harness Racing (Grandstand)6:00 P.M….Encore! (Small Stage)7:30-10:00 P.M….All for One! (Small Stage)

 

Wednesday fair highlights

Today at the fair:SENIOR fair:Blackstone Insurance Agency/German Mutual Insurance DayBear Hollow Woodcarving—1, 3:30, 6, & 8:30 North side of FairgroundsRonald McDonald joins us on 95.1 WVXG Classic Rock from 4-6 P.M.9:00 A.M……………………………..Open Sheep Show (Sheep Barn)10:00 A.M………………………R...

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Registration begins for Yoga Classes at the Marion Palace Theatre

Marion, Ohio –The Marion Palace Theatre offers Yoga classes for adults year round. The next session of Yoga will begin September 8 for beginning students and September 10 for advanced students. Interested participants are asked to register by phone or in person at least one week before the first class.Yoga students rave about the restorative power that yoga brings to mind and body. Students learn yoga poses, meditation, stretches, relaxation, body awareness, and breathing tec...

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Archery event planned to benefit combat injured veterans

Handlebar Ranch & Sons of Buckhaven are hosting a 3-D Archery Shoot on Saturday, September 20, 2014 from 8 a.m. until ? at the Handlebar Ranch located at 6695 County Road 76. (Home Road)Proceeds from the archery shoot are to benefit the Buckhaven Learning Center “Combat Injured Veterans” “Whitetails for Warriors” which is an all-expense paid Ohio Combat Injured Veteran Archery Deer hunt held on October 15 through the 18, 2014 in Loudonville, Ohio....

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Jones takes first at Northmor Invitational

By ROB HAMILTONMCSSports@civitasmedia.comThe Highland Scots took second place in both the high school boys’ and girls’ races last Monday at the Northmor Invitational.In the boys’ meet, Fredericktown won with 32 points, while the Scots finished second with 54. Kevin Jones was the individual champion in 16:49.9, while Josh Irvin finished fifth in 17:51.51, Devin Johnson took sixth in 18:19.03 and James Hubbard finished seventh in 18:21.76....

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Sports Calendar

Wednesday, Aug. 27• Elgin at Highland, golf, 4 p.m.Thursday, Aug. 28• Centerburg at Cardington, golf, 4 p.m.• Highland at Danville, golf, 4 p.m.• Elgin at Mount Gilead, golf, 4 p.m.• Fredericktown at Northmor, golf, 4 p.m.• Highland at Cardington, volleyball, 4:30 p.m.Friday, Aug. 29• Riverdale at Cardin...

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Lady Scots win own invitational

By ROB HAMILTONMCSSports@civitasmedia.comThe Highland volleyball team improved to 4-0 by winning their own six-team Highland Tournament on Saturday.They opened with a 25-10, 25-11 win over Loudonville. Kam Terry tallied 12 kills and three aces, while Carley Gahm had 18 assists and Ashton Terrill added six kills.In their second match, the Scots finished off Marysville 25-17, 25-19. Terry finished with 15 kills, while both Gahm and Lexi Winkelfoos pic...

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Waterfowl hunting zones have been simplified

Ohio’s waterfowl hunting zones were simplified for waterfowl hunters after the 2014-2015 season dates and bag limits were approved by the Ohio Wildlife Council on Wednesday, Aug. 20. The South Zone, North Zone and Lake Erie Marsh Zone remain the same for waterfowl hunting, but the Lake Erie Goose Zone that previously covered much of northeast Ohio was removed. Also new this year, the canvasback daily bag limit was reduced to one.Opening day for duck and goose hunting is Satur...

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Cardinal Classic held last week

By ROB HAMILTONMCSSports@civitasmedia.comThe Cardinal Classic was held at Cardinal Center Campgrounds over the course of last week. A number of prizes were given out over the six-day event, which ran from Tuesday through Saturday. After the first three events, an Americase $500 gift certificate was won by Jackie Snellenberger of Coldwater, Mich. Joseph Charnigo of Creston won the Thorn Bottom Hunting 4-Man Pheasant, while another Americase $500 gift certificate for event...

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Local Dairy celebrates 100 Years

The Spring Valley Farm in Mt. Gilead, owned and operated by the Creswell family, celebrated 100 years in the dairy business with an open house and ox roast on Saturday August 9.Approximately 250 people took the tour of the dairy farm from noon to 3 p.m. and about 200 people returned that evening for a celebration ox roast.History of the farmThe farmhouse was built in 1914 by Will and Velma Creswell, Robert Creswell’s parents. When Robert...

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Retire/rehire of Northmor principal questioned by residents

The retirement and rehiring of Grades 4-8 Principal Dennis Ervin was a subject of debated during a public meeting held during Northmor’s regular Board of Education August 21, 2014.The hearing was held after a ninety minute executive session that took place eleven minutes into the board meeting. When board members returned from the session, they opened the floor for comments.

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Paperless agenda causes confusion over retire/rehire issue at MG Board Meeting

The Mount Gilead Board of Education’s plan to go paperless caused confusion at their August 19, 2014 board meeting.Though there were less glitches than the previous month, without a paper agenda for attendees to read, there was some confusion from the public in regards to specific agenda items.The biggest item of confusion was the retire/rehire of Superintendent Jeff Thompson.It was unclear to some in attendance that this issue was on the agenda and appr...

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Morrow County Democrats rally for state candidates

Morrow County Democrats rolled out the red carpet at Pine Lakes Golf Club August 14th for candidate for governor, Ed Fitzgerald, candidate for state representative, Jeffrey Lehart and Natalie Haupt, candidate for court of appeals judge. Over 100 Democrats from Morrow County and several from surrounding counties gathered with families and friends to support candidates and hear their message.

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Hospice of Morrow County seeks volunteers

Helping our neighbors and friends is a fulfilling act and now there is an opportunity to carry out that deed by becoming a volunteer with Hospice of Morrow County.The Volunteer Training program is scheduled for Saturday, September 27 at the Hospice office, 228 South Street, Mount Gilead. The training will be held from 10 am to 3 pm with a break for lunch.Ruth Reeve, who wears several “hats” in her volunteer work with Hospice, is the Training Coordinator for t...

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Edison Council to work with Attorney General to collect overdue fees

Edison Village Council members took a new step in collecting delinquent fees at their August 11 meeting.Council passed resolution 2014-02 approving “an agreement for the collection of delinquent debts and authorizing the Mayor and Fiscal Officer to enter into a contract between the Ohio Attorney General and the Village of Edison.”Fiscal Officer, Bruce Seaburn explained to council that there is no cost to the village to go to the State Attorney General for the...

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Allison Vance is Community Center’s first featured Member of the Month

The Morrow County Community Center (MCCC) Board was pleased to announce the first “Featured MCCC Member of the Month” is Allison Vance.“This beauty princess can flip tires and does high intensity weight training,” said MCCC Director Eugene Ambler.Miss Ohio Contestant, Allison Vance has worked out at the Morrow County Community Center in Mount Gilead since mid-May. She’s been doing weight training and worked out at the Center to “look h...

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Tomorrow Center welcomes new treasurer

The Tomorrow Center Board of Directors, at their August 11, 2014 meeting, approved and welcomed Susan Delaney as the treasurer for the Tomorrow Center effective August 1, 2014.“We had qualified candidates, we felt that Susan has the background knowledge and in the best interest of the Tomorrow Center we would like to offer Susan the job,” said Tomorrow Center Director Karen Seckel.Delaney was chosen from a field of five applicants. She replaces Trevor Gummere...

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Twenty one youth worked at various locations around Morrow County for 8 weeks this summer. The program, sponsored by Job and Family Services, helps teach teenagers a good work ethic and earn money towards the expenses of returning to school. The sites for 2014 were Northmor Schools, Park Avenue Summer Program, Red Cross, JFS Maintenance, MCTC, The Tomorrow Center, and the Litter Crew. The Litter Crew is shown with supervisor, Dennis Hazen. The young men covered over 200 miles of county roads ...

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