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This year the Wooster Kiwanis Safety Town will be held at Cornerstone Elementary School.

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On Monday morning, June 19 a nanny pygmy goat at the farm of David Wengerd in Bunker Hill gave birth to a quartet of pygmy goats.

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Bean is a 3-year-old Beagle/Bulldog mix who weighs 39 pounds. He would enjoy a canine companion; however, he will need to be in a feline-free home.

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Seventy-six trombones lead the big parade as the Ohio Light Opera opens its 39th season with "The Music Man."

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Downtown Wooster Farmers’ Market offers fresh, locally grown produce, flowers, baked goods, soaps, and allows patrons to visit with friends and neighbors.

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Long days and slow sunsets signal summer’s here

Columnist Bruce Stambaugh discusses his love for summer.

Safety Town helps youngsters stay safe while at home and away

This year the Wooster Kiwanis Safety Town will be held at Cornerstone Elementary School.

The world welcomes this foursome of fuzzy friends

On Monday morning, June 19 a nanny pygmy goat at the farm of David Wengerd in Bunker Hill gave birth to a quartet of pygmy goats.

Bean likes other dogs

Bean is a 3-year-old Beagle/Bulldog mix who weighs 39 pounds. He would enjoy a canine companion; however, he will need to be in a feline-free home.

It's firefly season

Columnist Herb Broda discusses declining firefly populations and summer activities.

Ohio Light Opera opens its 39th season with 'The Music Man'

Seventy-six trombones lead the big parade as the Ohio Light Opera opens its 39th season with "The Music Man."

Celebrate 20 years of the Downtown Wooster Farmers’ Market

Downtown Wooster Farmers’ Market offers fresh, locally grown produce, flowers, baked goods, soaps, and allows patrons to visit with friends and neighbors.

Right on point: Artisan uses age-old technique

Kevin Noon is a full-time sharpener and will spend a day at Local Roots Market & Cafe in Wooster.

Smithville woman's life interrupted by rare cancer

Smithville resident continues her journey with a very rare cancer. Funds are being sought to help cover expenses as she seeks treatment in Mexico.

My consent is not yours to take

Columnist Missy Herrera shares why consent is the last line of self preservation.


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