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At the free drop-in workshop, each person will explore and craft a miniature steampunk landscape. Open to the public, "Do the Mu!" welcomes all ages. All materials are provided, and reservations are not necessary.

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John Herzig began a new collection of funeral service memorabilia that now numbers more than 2,000 pieces from almost as many people who achieved fame for accomplishments in their lifetime.†

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For the 12th year in a row, the Dominic Greco Band presents a summer concert in Sugarcreek.

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In an effort to further connect employees of Starlight Enterprises with their community, the nonprofit organization has opened The Marketplace and Galleria at Starlight. Each Wednesday and Thursday the shop opens for business offering art, garden stones, soap and even lunch.

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Kimberly Hobart began her shooting career 30 years ago, and became interested in the sport after accompanying her father, Russell Hobart, to competitions where he volunteered as a range safety officer in the 1970s.

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Seminar offered for seniors over 50 interested in entrepreneurship

The event will provide an opportunity for those attending to learn more about business ownership, if it is right for them and if so what steps are needed to move forward.

Discount card sale benefits Marching Quakers

The cards include various discounts at area restaurants and businesses.

New Philadelphia church plans first ever community festival

First United Methodist Church of New Philadelphia is planning an event in which the congregation hopes to reach out to the community in love.

Itís difficult for a guy to leave uneaten food on a plate, you see

Leaving food on a plate doesnŅt demonstrate care of the waistline, but rather, obvious waste.

Something as simple as a tomato sandwich brings so much joy

Kyle Valentini provides a simple recipe for a tomato sandwich, ideas on what to grill other than meat and how to attract pollinators to a garden.

Back to School Blast is in its 9th year at Tuscarawas Valley

All Tuscarawas Valley students, families and residents are invited to the ninth annual Back to School Blast and Barbecue, where free food and Walmart gift cards for back-to-school supplies will be distributed to students on a first-come, first-served basis.

Museum offers events to compliment Civil War-era exhibits

At the free drop-in workshop, each person will explore and craft a miniature steampunk landscape. Open to the public, "Do the Mu!" welcomes all ages. All materials are provided, and reservations are not necessary.

Dover museum features an unusual collection that is one of the largest of its kind

John Herzig began a new collection of funeral service memorabilia that now numbers more than 2,000 pieces from almost as many people who achieved fame for accomplishments in their lifetime.†

Part of the plan: Archaeological survey completed at Schoenbrunn

With the final report still weeks away, a couple of interesting facts have already turned up at Schoenbrunn.

Comedy duo, Corn Beef and Cabbage is back in action

Corn Beef and Cabbage will make a special appearance at Berlin Christian Fellowship to help raise funds for mission efforts in Nepal.

Sports

Precision shooting has been a father-daughter activity for 30 years for this family

Kimberly Hobart began her shooting career 30 years ago, and became interested in the sport after accompanying her father, Russell Hobart, to competitions where he volunteered as a range safety officer in the 1970s.

Golf scramble benefits Community Hospice

The annual Community Hospice four-person golf scramble is Wednesday, Aug. 26.

Saints have 3 entering the record book in 6 categories

Three Tuscarawas Central Catholic Saints softball players are entering the Ohio High School Athletic Association state record book in six different categories.

Race to Save Face raises funds and awareness for rare disease

Race coordinator Jessica Ferris of New Philadelphia began the annual event, now in it its fourth year, as a way to raise funds and awareness about trigeminal neuralgia, a painful and debilitating disease.

Itís all downhill from here: Soap Box Derby is an all-American tradition

The Soap Box Derby, a local tradition that goes back 80 years, has a new location in Dover this year.

Student athletes can benefit from sports clinics

Athletes ages 12-16 could benefit from a variety of sports clinics including weight lifting, speed and agility, and running.

Labatt Senior Amateur at Zoar Golf Course

Zoar Village Golf Club held the Labatt Senior Tournament.

Coaches Crawl 5K Run and Walk registration underway

The annual Coaches Crawl 5K is coming up June 17 in Dennison.

Zoar Memorial Amateur Championship included local finishers

Tuscarawas County locals were among the top finishers in the Zoar Memorial Amateur Championship.

YMCA offers a variety of summer camps

Children's summer camps begin as early as June 1 at the Tuscarawas County YMCA.



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