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The Tuscarawas County Sheriff's Office has appointed Sgt. Ryan Hamilton to be Tuscarawas County's first evidence technician. Donations are needed to help raise money for a specially designed evidence-collection vehicle.

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"Sister's Christmas Catechism: The Mystery of the Magi's Gold" will be at the Performing Arts Center at Kent State University Tuscarawas.

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Olivia Pangrazio, daughter of Nino and Traci Pangrazio of Dennison and a senior at Claymont High School, recently was selected as one of eight winning portfolio applicants for the Destination: Seniors nationwide high school model search.

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The Tusky Valley Athletic Booster Club is offering an opportunity for some lucky member of the community to win as much as $10,000.

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The Heritage Home Association honored Chuck and June Knaack's home with a plaque to mark their home as a historic structure in the county.

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News

Fourth-grade class hosts pajama drive

Kay DeMonte's fourth-grade class at Immaculate Conception School organized a pajama drive in conjunction with Scholastic Books for the ninth annual Great Bedtime Story Pajama Drive.

Sheriff's Office creates evidence specialist position

The Tuscarawas County Sheriff's Office has appointed Sgt. Ryan Hamilton to be Tuscarawas County's first evidence technician. Donations are needed to help raise money for a specially designed evidence-collection vehicle.

Masonry seniors building skills

Two Buckeye Career Center masonry students placed in the ninth annual Holiday Masonry Skills Competition in Amherst, Ohio.

11 artists receive awards at annual show

The Tuscarawas County Art Guild's Fall Art Exhibit at the Tuscarawas County Center for the Arts was attended by more than 65 guests. There were 11 artists who received awards with artist Ed Steffek of Port Washington winning Best of Show.

PAC offers a Christmas show like no other

"Sister's Christmas Catechism: The Mystery of the Magi's Gold" will be at the Performing Arts Center at Kent State University Tuscarawas.

Political activism and the workplace

This "Law You Can Use" column discusses political activism and the workplace.

Scammers use phony tracking numbers to fool online shoppers

Better Business Bureau columnist Kim Thompson discusses phony tracking numbers to fool online shoppers.

Claymont senior chosen for model search competition

Olivia Pangrazio, daughter of Nino and Traci Pangrazio of Dennison and a senior at Claymont High School, recently was selected as one of eight winning portfolio applicants for the Destination: Seniors nationwide high school model search.

Our house wears many hats

Columnist Laura Moore discusses a hawk on the roof and some animal wars around the area of her home.

The last great reminders of how great things could be

Columnist Bryan Schaaf discusses the passing of Jim Nabors and how television has changed over the years.

Sports

You could win $10,000 helping the Trojans

The Tusky Valley Athletic Booster Club is offering an opportunity for some lucky member of the community to win as much as $10,000.

Rockets season to get underway

For the first time, the Rockets will give out the Spirit of Tuscarawas County Award. To be considered for the award, Special Olympics will pick the host school that has the most fans and loudest cheering section.

Rockets have continued a busy fall sports season

The Rockets had numerous athletes place in swimming and placed fourth in flag football. Basketball season has now begun, and the schedule of play has been announced.

Young players go undefeated in Fall Ball season

Playing 10 games in Strasburg for the Fall Ball season in double headers spread over several weeks, the Garaway girls 8U softball team, coached by Courtney and Nathan Miller, emerged with a perfect record.

Joe Burger to speak at Annual Scholarship Game Day event

The Ohio State Alumni Club of Tuscarawas County will host 2016 OSU football captain Joe Burger as the special guest for its Annual Scholarship Game Day event at the Factory Street Pub & Grill in Dover.



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