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Emmanuel Lutheran Church in New Philadelphia called Scott Nellis as new pastor in June after a two-year search. His ministry began on Aug. 14 with his first sermon at Emmanuel.

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New Philadelphia residents have the opportunity to participate in a program that will lower their electric bills and provide new lighting for downtown.

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Tuscarawas Central Catholic football and volleyball players recently helped out at the Hospice garage sale and homeless shelter.

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The second annual Sportsmen for Humanity dinner and auction raised $220,000 for local families Saturday, Aug. 13 in Mt. Hope. The event had numerous fundraising activities with many donors from area businesses lending support and more than 100 rifles being given away.

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The ninth annual Taste of the Pro Football Hall of Fame, benefiting the Akron-Canton Regional Foodbank, will be held on Aug. 30 from 5:30-9 p.m. at the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

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News

Emmanuel Lutheran welcomes new pastor after 2-year search

Emmanuel Lutheran Church in New Philadelphia called Scott Nellis as new pastor in June after a two-year search. His ministry began on Aug. 14 with his first sermon at Emmanuel.

Annual Tuscarawas County Band Preview will be Aug. 31 at Tuscora Park

The annual Tuscarawas County Band Preview will be at Woody Hayes Quaker Stadium in Tuscora Park on Aug. 31.

Dover Public Library will host a program on the National Park Service’s centennial

The Dover Public Library will host a program on the centennial anniversary of the National Park Service on Aug. 31.

YMCA conducting needs assessment

The Tuscarawas County YMCA board of directors is seeking the support and input of the entire community by conducting an online community needs assessment through Aug. 30.

Program will help replace street lamps with high efficiency LEDs

New Philadelphia residents have the opportunity to participate in a program that will lower their electric bills and provide new lighting for downtown.

TCC students volunteer for local organizations

Tuscarawas Central Catholic football and volleyball players recently helped out at the Hospice garage sale and homeless shelter.

Make friends with a gardener and try zucchini

Columnist Scott Daniels discusses the various ways to use zucchini with all the abundance that comes this time of year.

ECOFA to meet Sept. 7

Levi Arnold of the Guernsey County Soil and Water Conservation District Office will present a program about squirrels at the East Central Ohio Forestry Association meeting Sept. 7 at the Dover Public Library, 525 N. Walnut St. in Dover at 7 p.m.

Jerusalem Church welcomes new pastor and youth director

The elders and congregation of Jerusalem Church in New Philadelphia announced a new senior pastor and a new youth director.

Tracking down a winner: Sportsmen for Humanity raises $220,000 for local families

The second annual Sportsmen for Humanity dinner and auction raised $220,000 for local families Saturday, Aug. 13 in Mt. Hope. The event had numerous fundraising activities with many donors from area businesses lending support and more than 100 rifles being given away.

Sports

Challenge accepted and progress made for Pirates and Tigers at Polar Bear Invite

There were other options for the Garaway Pirates and Strasburg Tigers to play in Monday, Aug. 8, but the two Inter-Valley Conference Schools opted to square off with the big boys in facing some of Northeast Ohio's bigger and most talented schools. Both teams played solid games, the Pirates placing...

Tigers tame the field in grabbing win at Pirate Open

The Strasburg Tigers have put the area on notice that they are going to be a force to be dealt with. Strasburg has been on fire during the preseason and picked up right where it left off in devouring the field of 19 teams en route to a tournament crown at the Garaway Open Saturday, Aug. 6 at...

Kent State University at Tuscarawas hires Mark D. Albaugh for new sports program

Mark D. Albaugh of Uhrichsville has been hired as the coach for cross country and track and field at Kent State University at Tuscarawas.

Jim Wright Memorial Golf Tournament raises over 5 thousand

The third Annual Jim Wright Memorial Golf Tournament was held June 25 at Willandale Golf Course in Sugarcreek. The foundation congratulates Philip Ferguson III, Justin Dombrady, Phil Ferguson IV and Mike Ferguson for winning the tournament.

Troyer claims Ohio Amateur Championship as he nears pro career

Jake Troyer, former Garaway High School four-time All-Ohioan, played great golf in capturing the Ohio Amateur and has two big tournaments left to play before turning pro.

Dover to host Williamsport Little League Tournament

The city of Dover is hosting this year's Williamsport Little League 10U State Tournament July 23-30 at Dover City Park.

Local teen knows raw horsepower, hard ridin’ and straight shootin’

17-year-old Natalie Lovell of New Philadelphia participates in Cowboy Mounted Shooting Association competitive events. She is from the Northern Ohio Outlaw Club, which is the largest club of its kind in the world with more than 500 members.

Is footgolf a real thing? Yes, and you can play it in Wooster

Take one part soccer and two parts golf. Add 21-inch diameter holes to an existing golf course, and that's the recipe for the relatively new sport of footgolf. The L.C. Boles Golf Course in Wooster is the home of Ohio's first American Footgolf League certified course.

Tusc. Co. long balls haunt East Holmes in District 4 12U play

The opening game in Berlin where Tuscarawas County found success through the use of big bombs.

Riverfront Canoe & Kayak race is bigger and better in downtown Dover

The annual Tuscarawas River Canoe & Kayak Race isn't just a race anymore. The Canal Dover Association and the Dover Boat & Ski Club have turned the race into a daylong party along the river, which will take place July 9.



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