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The annual TAG Charities Win a Car for Christmas contest has come to a close and Lynsi Richardson has been named the winner. Although she has had plenty of troubles in life, she is working to get back on track with help from God and friends.

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A Carroll County science teacher has collaborated in developing an educational projects that puts students directly in touch with farmers and ag scientists. Using Google Hangouts, the "Farmtastic Agventures!" series lets students find out where their food comes from.

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Two Sugarcreek college students have started an independent film production company. Insert Title Productions is working on expanding its three-minute short "First Date" into a 40-minute film.

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The award winning percussion show comes to the PAC for two shows in January.

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Dover High School Art Club partners with the Recreational Activities Center to explore the artistic merits of graffiti. Students and community artists are invited to express themselves on the walls of the R.A.C.'s urban laser tag arena.

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News

Deadline approaching to apply for Veterans Bonus

The deadline looms for eligible veterans to apply for a bonus payment put in place in 2009.

Mother of two is recipient of car in Win a Car for Christmas contest

The annual TAG Charities Win a Car for Christmas contest has come to a close and Lynsi Richardson has been named the winner. Although she has had plenty of troubles in life, she is working to get back on track with help from God and friends.

Technology brings agriculture into more classrooms

A Carroll County science teacher has collaborated in developing an educational projects that puts students directly in touch with farmers and ag scientists. Using Google Hangouts, the "Farmtastic Agventures!" series lets students find out where their food comes from.

COMING ATTRACTION: Two Garaway grads start independent film production house

Two Sugarcreek college students have started an independent film production company. Insert Title Productions is working on expanding its three-minute short "First Date" into a 40-minute film.

PAC hosts two performances of STOMP

The award winning percussion show comes to the PAC for two shows in January.

Help is a phone call away thanks to local United Way

The United Way of Tuscarawas County is a gateway to many forms of help, including medical, financial and utility assistance. Those in need of help can call 211 to be referred to resources.

Picture this: Art club members add graffiti to local business

Dover High School Art Club partners with the Recreational Activities Center to explore the artistic merits of graffiti. Students and community artists are invited to express themselves on the walls of the R.A.C.'s urban laser tag arena.

End of year signals a time to review your finances

Todd Colucy discusses several good reasons to have a financial adviser.

Beef is just an excuse to make Yorkshire pudding

Scott Daniels explains how to make Yorkshire pudding, and why you absolutely should.

Change, change change: A new year offers room to rejoice

The new year brings with plenty of opportunity to plan for the changes that come in a home with children.

Sports

Tuscarawas County high school girls basketball team capsules

An overview of girls basketball this season in the Tuscarawas Valley.

Basketball season gets underway for Tuscarawas County teams

Dover boys basketball had a strong season last year and is taking on a challenging slate of competitors. Meanwhile, New Philadelphia is in a period of growth after losing several valuable seniors.

Tuscarawas County teams ready for basketball season

Jeffery Williams takes a look at boys basketball prospects around the county.

Selfless Misko a true team guy for Pirates

Zeke Misko doesn't get accolades in the media, but he does push his team to be better. As a real inspirational leader for the team, Misko has done his job well and looks forward to another season with the Pirates.

Frannie Brogan: In the swim of things

Dover High School swimmer Frannie Brogan recently signed a letter of intent with The Ohio State University. In addition to swimming, the senior has excelled in academics and drama.

Annual fish fry benefits Tornado Club projects

Despite some misconceptions in the community, the Tornado Club advocates for all Dover sports, not just football. The club has been around for decades and boasts 115 members.

OSU football alums to visit Union Country Club for fundraising party

Two former Buckeyes players will visit Dover Nov. 15. Cie Grant and Jim Cordle will be guests at a game watch party at Union Country Club. Reservations are available through Nov. 10.

New Philadelphia’s Zucal lives lifelong Buckeye dream

Ethan Zucal of New Philadelphia is living a dream as he completes his final semester of college and suits up to practice with the Ohio State Buckeyes.

Big Red Machine: Griffey reflects on fatherhood and a life in the majors

Ken Griffey Sr. was a Pennsylvania kid who loved basketball and football. But when he made a commitment to play baseball, he decided he'd aim to be the best. Griffey will be on hand at the Nov. 1 Buckeye Book Fair to promote his new book on baseball and fatherhood.

Dodging road apples part of the fun of the Amish Country Half Marathon & 5K

The Amish Country Half Marathon & 5K will take place Nov. 29 in Berlin at Hiland High School. The race features several new events this year, and is widely considered one of the more challenging half marathons in the state circuit. Sign-ups are being taken to participate in any of the races.



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