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Redskin Booters Blanked by Rosecrans, Maysville

By Julie LaFollette The Caldwell High soccer team hosted Rosecrans on Tuesday, with the Bishops posting a 4-0 shutout victory. “There is nothing to hang our heads on this one,” said Coach Michael Ontko. “Since we played them already this year, we were familiar with them. We tried to man mark the goal scorers from…

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  ‘Runnin’ Redskin’ Girls Eye Third Straight Trip to State

By Julie LaFollette The Caldwell High cross country teams look to continue their success this season. The girls are looking to return to the OHSAA State Meet for the third year in a row. They finished in 20th place at the state meet in 2020 and were OVAC 1A/2A champions, the District D-III District champions,…

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Carole Wahler’s “Cook’s Humor” Recipe from the May issue of Crossroads Magazine

MAPLE CRESCENT PULL-APARTS Recipe by Carole Wahler, author of “Cook’s Humor,” appearing monthly in Crossroads Magazine. 1/4 cup butter or margarine Save $                                                1/4 cup packed brown sugar Save $ 2 Tablespoons maple-flavored syrup Save $               1/2 cup chopped pecans or 1 8-oz can refrigerated crescent rolls                               walnuts  (optional) 1 tablespoon granulated sugar …

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Shenandoah’s Wheeler to Play Basketball at Bethany College  

By Jeff Harrison She’s moving on to the next level, but “Wheels” will still be wearing green! Shenandoah High senior Ashleigh Wheeler, who scored 1,119 points during her high school career, will take her diverse talents to Bethany College where she will be a member of the Bison women’s basketball program next winter. The 5-3…

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STEM Designation:  Shenandoah High School, Shenandoah Elementary School both selected by the Ohio STEM Committee

By Jeff Harrison Communications Director Noble Local School District  The Noble Local School District has another feather in its cap…and we’re as proud as a peacock! At its yearly STEM Designation meeting, the Ohio STEM Committee voted to designate Shenandoah Elementary and Shenandoah High School as STEM schools. What is a STEM school? STEM stands…

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Thomas “Tom” Harold Bond

Thomas “Tom” Harold Bond age 85, of Caldwell, OH passed away Friday, May 22, 2020 at his home. He was born August 3, 1934 in Caldwell, OH a son of the late Clyde and Clara Perkins Bond Matheny.  Tom and Marilyn were married February 12, 1955. They loved to travel, make items out of wood,…

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Harold G. Haga

Harold G. Haga, age 88, of Caldwell, Ohio, died Tuesday, May 19, 2020, at his home. He was born April 29, 1932, in Dexter City, son of the late Orville Glenn and Ethel Lucille Murray Haga. He was a 1951 graduate of Dexter City High School. Harold was employed by the Village of Caldwell for…

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MWCD Cabins, Marinas, and Park Offices Open Tomorrow, May 15

“We are counting on you to maintain social distancing so that we are able to remain open.” As warmer weather approaches, MWCD is excited to announce that MWCD operated marinas, welcome centers/ park offices, and cabin rentals will resume operations tomorrow, Friday, May 15. Although not all the amenities we normally offer are fully operational just yet, slowly…

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Bonnie E. McCune

Bonnie E. McCune, age 81, of Macksburg, Ohio, died Saturday, April 25, 2020, at Summit Acres Nursing Home in Caldwell. She was born August 8, 1938, in Washington County, Ohio, daughter of the late Clifford and Hilma Morgenstern Barlow. She was a 1955 graduate of Lower Salem High School. Bonnie was a beloved mother and…

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