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After just over an hour of deliberations Friday, a Wayne County jury acquitted Wooster police officer Kenneth Saal of all 18 counts he faced of... [Read More]
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The trial of a Wooster police officer charged with the unauthorized use of a state law enforcement database system began Thursday with the officer's attorney... [Read More]
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The Waynedale Golden Bears were hoping to put the icing on the cake Thursday in the Wayne County Athletic League conference golf tournament at the... [Read More]
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Behind every good hitter is a good setter. And, boy, does Smithville have a good one in Kenzie Brookover. With the senior efficiently moving the... [Read More]
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Much like a closer in baseball, a quarterback in football or a goalie in hockey, being a goalkeeper in soccer can be a lonely job.... [Read More]
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Focused ... fun ... determined. These were just a few of the words that Triway boys soccer coach Jamie Bickel conjured up when asked to... [Read More]
The College of Wooster football team (1-2, 0-2 North Coast Athletic Conference) hosts DePauw University (1-1, 1-0 NCAC) on Black and Gold Weekend. Kickoff from... [Read More]
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Longtime Beloit Village Council member Rodney Sturms has resigned effective Sept. 10 after serving 15 years. "I'd like to see some younger people get involved... [Read More]
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Throughout the season, West Holmes' boys golf team has steadily improved. That came to a culmination Thursday at Mohican Hills, where the Knights fired a... [Read More]
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WOOSTER — The trial of Kenneth Saal, a Wooster police officer charged with unauthorized use of the Ohio Law Enforcement Gateway database system, began Thursday morning.... [Read More]
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Democratic candidate for Ohio's 7th District Ken Harbaugh visited the Darb Snyder Senior Center on Wednesday. Harbaugh, who is running against Republican incumbent Bob Gibbs,... [Read More]
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Nearly 100 walkers (and rollers) hit the Holmes County Trail on Thursday as part of the Holmes County General Health District's injury prevention programs. The... [Read More]
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The Green Local Schools' treasurer, Mark Dickerhoof, who has been covering four districts, including the Southeast, Orrville and Rittman school districts, will be lightening his... [Read More]
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The Wayne County commissioners recognized the Medway Drug Enforcement Agency for its recent Ohio NARCO 2018 Task Force of the Year Award on Wednesday. Medway... [Read More]
Traffic on U.S. 250 is moving in both directions after a four-car accident closed the road at Kidron Road on Thursday morning. The accident... [Read More]
U.S. 250, at Kidron Road, is closed in both directions due to an accident. Emergency personnel are on scene accessing the situation. Motorists are advised... [Read More]
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In a bid to bring affordable, high quality entertainment to the area, Matthew Scruggs, general manager of the Shisler Conference Center on the Wooster campus... [Read More]
The trial of Wooster police man Ken Saal day one in Judge Mark K. Wiest Common Pleas courtroom in the Wayne County Courthouse. [Read More]
Smithville invaded Rittman for a volleyball match. [Read More]
The Ellen Shapiro Natatorium at Wooster High School was modeled and celebrated with an open house Wednesday. The project goal was to raise $1 million. Michael... [Read More]
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