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Children of all ages will recognize the characters of "Dorothy Meets Alice," performed for the first time by the "Trumpet in the Land" cast two Saturdays in August.

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Twenty campers learned about nature and the environment in a five-day camp hosted by Rural Action and the Huff Run and Mud Run Watersheds.

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Farmers markets in the region have greatly improved access to locally produced food for residents of all income levels. Visit a farmers market August 3-9 as national Farmers Week is recognized.

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The Dennison Depot is celebrating the long road from almost being shut down to becoming a National Historic Landmark in 2012 with 25 hours of non-stop events at the museum.

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Guatemalans and other hispanic immigrants can get assistance from MIGUATE, a nonprofit organization that provides social services to people in Tuscarawas County.

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Trumpet cast to perform ‘Dorothy Meets Alice’

Children of all ages will recognize the characters of "Dorothy Meets Alice," performed for the first time by the "Trumpet in the Land" cast two Saturdays in August.

Camp allowed kids to unplug and connect to the outdoors

Twenty campers learned about nature and the environment in a five-day camp hosted by Rural Action and the Huff Run and Mud Run Watersheds.

National Farmers Week draws attention to alternative source for food

Farmers markets in the region have greatly improved access to locally produced food for residents of all income levels. Visit a farmers market August 3-9 as national Farmers Week is recognized.

Tiny Black Rails provide proof of the first successful nesting in Ohio

Columnist Bruce Glick summarizes happenings in the local birding world. This week Bruce reports on the first ever successful nesting of Black Rails in Ohio, right here in our home area. Read more in the "Gone Birding" column.

Nothing wrong with looking ‘normal’ in a film

Tami Lange Mosser visits a classic cinema and notices one way things have changed in the movies.

Dennison Depot plans 25 hour event

The Dennison Depot is celebrating the long road from almost being shut down to becoming a National Historic Landmark in 2012 with 25 hours of non-stop events at the museum.

Applications being accepted for vacancy on library board of trustees

Applications are now being accepted for a position on the Tuscarawas County Public Library Board of Trustees due to the unexpired term of its Strasburg representative.

Human rights: Immigrants leave behind a cycle of poverty

Guatemalans and other hispanic immigrants can get assistance from MIGUATE, a nonprofit organization that provides social services to people in Tuscarawas County.

Civil War historian to speak at Dover Public Library

Learn more about Morgan's Raid in the Civil War when Pulitzer Prize nominated author, Lester Horwitz visits the Dover Public Library to discuss his book.

Dover makes changes to refuse and recyclable curbside collection

Dover residents will see a change in their refuse and recyclable collection beginning August 4.

Sports

Dover goes yard in capturing District 4 LL title

Dover Little League team's players are no strangers to the lights of big-time tournament play. Recently, charged by their electric bats and solid pitching, they charge through the District 4 Little League tournament to claim yet another exciting title. The team will now face an old nemesis in its...

Challenger League hosts season finale

It's the final game of the season for are ball players participating in the Challenger League. Friends and family can cheer on players as they round the bases July 26 at Dover City Park.

Sports for Sound benefits the hearing impaired residents of the region

A new nonprofit will host its first fundraiser Aug. 23 to benefit low-income residents with hearing impairment in Tuscarawas and Carroll Counties. Sports for Sounds invites families to participate in a series of sporting events that include a 5K obstacle course, run/walk and a 3 on 3 basketball...

Take me to the river: Race is 4th annual on the Tuscarawas

Paddlers of all skill levels are encouraged to participate in the Historic canal Dover Association's fourth annual Tuscarawas River Canoe and Kayak race near downtown Dover July 12. Proceeds from the race benefit HCDA's riverfront initiative that aims to develop the location into a recreation area.

The girls of summer: Team headed to softball world series tournament

Fundraising efforts are underway as the Valley Force 10U softball team prepares for the United States Specialty Sports Association Eastern World Series in Ocean City, Maryland July 16-20.

Mutschelknaus goes far riding saddle seat

For Jordan Mutschelknaus, making Arabian Horse Youth Nationals has been in the making since she was young. But now, with a chance to compete for it all, she is excited to see what she can do.

Beginner paddling clinic offered for canoeists and kayakers in Dover

Learn more about paddling at a beginner's paddling clinic June 21 at the Dover Boat and Ski ramp near downtown Dover. Experienced paddler, Mary Jo Monte-Kaser hosts the clinic for beginner paddlers of canoes and kayak to help individuals better prepare for the sport and the upcoming river race in...

Soccer4All makes soccer accessible to children of various skills

In an effort to make the popular game of soccer accessible to more area children, Dover resident Lisa Stigenbauer has coordinated Soccer4All, a division of the Dover Soccer Association that is designed for children with a variety of special needs.

Norma Johnson schedules fishing derby June 21

Children of all ages are welcome to participate in the Norma Johnson Fishing Derby at the center on State Route 39 near Dover. Children under 16 must be accompanied by an adult. Fishing poles are available by contacting the center.

Challenger Baseball League is summer fun for sports fans of all skill levels

The boys and girls of summer are in full swing and that includes members of the Challenger Baseball league. Player ages five to 22 play the favorite game of summer in an environment that fosters patience, sportsmanship and fun. The league is in its fifth year and has grown from nine to 60 players.



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