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Jon and Sara Hubacher started The Carpenter's Cup in Smithville, a unique café with a carpenter theme in its décor and menu items.

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Travis Riemer is a boat builder, yoga teacher, massage therapist, Tibetan Medicine student and fledging beekeeper, and he recently returned to the local area and began teaching at The Studio on Liberty, where he will offer several new classes this fall.

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During World War II the Japanese Imperial Army was supplied with sex slaves who were also known as comfort women, and Wooster recently became a point on the map of a cross-country trek to educate the world about this human rights issue.

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As Ohio Light Opera summer season comes to a close, three local performers discuss their experience with OLO.

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Meet Rex at the Wayne County Dog Shelter. He enjoys attention and is very friendly. He is a smart dog that knows how to sit, lay and catch treats.

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The Carpenter’s Cup is building community in Smithville

Jon and Sara Hubacher started The Carpenter's Cup in Smithville, a unique café with a carpenter theme in its décor and menu items.

Wayne-Holmes Right to Life will hold Precious Baby Photo Contest at Wayne County Fair

Wayne-Holmes Right to Life is now accepting contestants for their annual Precious Baby Photo Contest, which will be during the Wayne County Fair.

Rising need for information prompts health talk series

Aultman Orrville Hospital will host three health talks in September as part of a monthly education speaker series. All health talks will begin at 6 p.m. in Aultman Orrville community room and are free.

Returning to roots: What could bee better?

Travis Riemer is a boat builder, yoga teacher, massage therapist, Tibetan Medicine student and fledging beekeeper, and he recently returned to the local area and began teaching at The Studio on Liberty, where he will offer several new classes this fall.

Biking for human rights

During World War II the Japanese Imperial Army was supplied with sex slaves who were also known as comfort women, and Wooster recently became a point on the map of a cross-country trek to educate the world about this human rights issue.

Professional dreams coming true right in their own backyard

As Ohio Light Opera summer season comes to a close, three local performers discuss their experience with OLO.

Rex needs a family willing to give him a chance

Meet Rex at the Wayne County Dog Shelter. He enjoys attention and is very friendly. He is a smart dog that knows how to sit, lay and catch treats.

Science Cafe returns for 4th year

The Wooster Science Café will return for its fourth season with a once-a-month event where a presenter provides an introduction to the evening topic and then facilitates a Q-and-A period. See the article for a preview of the topic for each month.

Grace Church of Wooster will go on 23rd Comprehensive Biblical Tour of the Holy Land

Pastor Bob Fetterhoff of Grace Church of Wooster invites people to join the 23rd Annual Comprehensive Biblical Tour of the Holy Land, featuring visits to Israel and Jordan.

Gibbs and Renacci discuss government regulation with Holmes-Wayne Electric Cooperative PAC members

Rep. Bob Gibbs, R-Lakeville, and Rep. Jim Renacci, R-Wadsworth, addressed their concerns with regulatory overreach with members of Holmes-Wayne Electric Cooperative's Co-op Owners for Political Action at a breakfast Thursday morning at the co-op's West Salem office.


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