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  1. William H. Bill Fisher - Canton Repository

    William H. Bill Fisher  Canton Repository

    DALTON – William Harrison "Bill" Fisher, age 85, passed away on August 17, 2019 at Country Lawn Center, Navarre, Ohio. Bill was born on May 26, 1934 to the...

  2. Fugitive wanted for rape, kidnapping and child endangering captured by US Marshals - WJW FOX 8 News Cleveland

    Fugitive wanted for rape, kidnapping and child endangering captured by US Marshals  WJW FOX 8 News Cleveland

    NAVARRE, Ohio -- A man wanted for rape, kidnapping and child endangering has been captured by the Northern Ohio Violent Fugitive Task Force. According to...

  3. Civil rights lawsuit alleges anti-gay harassment of Ohio student - News 5 Cleveland

    Civil rights lawsuit alleges anti-gay harassment of Ohio student  News 5 Cleveland

    A federal civil rights complaint alleges an Ohio high school student faced harassment from school officials and his basketball coach after they learned he was...

  4. Gay Ohio HS basketball player sues school where he says he was bullied - Outsports

    Gay Ohio HS basketball player sues school where he says he was bullied  Outsports

    A northeast Ohio family has filed a federal discrimination lawsuit on behalf of their son — a former high school basketball player— alleging he endured...

  5. Creek Bottom Farm: Three generations come together - Farm and Dairy

    Creek Bottom Farm: Three generations come together  Farm and Dairy

    SALEM, Ohio — A love for Hereford cattle has been passed down three generations at Creek Bottom Farm in Navarre, Ohio. The farm has been in Jeff Johnson's...

  6. Have you seen these men? Adults caught on camera stealing from Fairless school - WJW FOX 8 News Cleveland

    Have you seen these men? Adults caught on camera stealing from Fairless school  WJW FOX 8 News Cleveland

    NAVARRE, Ohio - Brewster police are investigating a crime at Fairless High School. Security cameras captured three men inside the school around 2:30 p.m....

  7. Drowned corn, suffering soybeans, lowest wheat-planting total in 100 years - Norwalk Reflector

    Drowned corn, suffering soybeans, lowest wheat-planting total in 100 years  Norwalk Reflector

    This year's weather has not done too many favors for farmers and their fields, as growth percentages for corn, soybean, wheat and cotton crops suffered a...

  8. Hendrickson to open new trailer suspension plant - Truck News

    Hendrickson to open new trailer suspension plant  Truck News

    NAVARRE, Ohio – Hendrickson has acquired 35 acres in Northeastern Ohio, where it plans to build its sixth trailer suspension plant. “This $50 million,

  9. Kent woman looks back at her 1957 national bee crown - Record-Courier

    Kent woman looks back at her 1957 national bee crown  Record-Courier

    You can forgive Sandra Thompson if she doesn't recall small details of her trip to the Scripps National Spelling Bee. It was 62 years ago. The Kent resident does,...

  10. Crew rescues cat stuck in tree for 3 days after being dropped by hawk - WLWT Cincinnati

    Crew rescues cat stuck in tree for 3 days after being dropped by hawk  WLWT Cincinnati

    Firefighters believe Fluffy was snagged by a hawk and dropped at the top of a pine tree. 

  11. Erie Valley Fire Rescue to host golf fundraiser - Canton Repository

    Erie Valley Fire Rescue to host golf fundraiser  Canton Repository

    The Amy Cupples Memorial Golf Outing will be held in August at Wilkshire.

  12. 47-acre property in Stark Co. includes rustic barn wedding venue: House of the Week - cleveland.com

    47-acre property in Stark Co. includes rustic barn wedding venue: House of the Week  cleveland.com

    Located about 30 miles south of Akron in Stark County, the 47-acre property includes a main house, guest house, storage barn, swimming pool, pond, and The...

  13. Farmers Stockpiling Corn in Response to Tough Growing Conditions - The Wall Street Journal

    Farmers Stockpiling Corn in Response to Tough Growing Conditions  The Wall Street Journal

    Following a spring planting season of relentless rain, some farmers are opting to sit on their unsold grain, banking it against a potentially diminished harvest this...

  14. St. Francis softball wins NEC tournament championship for third straight year - WJAC Johnstown

    St. Francis softball wins NEC tournament championship for third straight year  WJAC Johnstown

    The Saint Francis Red Flash repeated as NEC champions for the thrice time after beating LIU Brooklyn 8-6 in the second game of Title Saturday. Saint Francis...

  15. St. Francis softball exits NCAA Tournament with loss to DePaul - WJAC Johnstown

    St. Francis softball exits NCAA Tournament with loss to DePaul  WJAC Johnstown

    The Saint Francis Red Flash softball team saw its season come to an end with a 3-1 defeat to DePaul in the Ann Arbor Regional. RecapSaint Francis started the...

  16. Kohlmeier's Knox County murder lingers -- more than 50 years later - knoxpages.com

    Kohlmeier's Knox County murder lingers -- more than 50 years later  knoxpages.com

    Not all crimes are created equal. Strange to say, some murders fade away into obscurity while others lodge in the collective memory of a community.

  17. Yes, firefighters do rescue cats from trees - WJW FOX 8 News Cleveland

    Yes, firefighters do rescue cats from trees  WJW FOX 8 News Cleveland

    NAVARRE, OHIO - Yes, firefighters do rescue cats from trees. That's why 'Fluffy' the cat is safe today. Sunday, crews with Erie Valley Fire and Rescue, with the...

  18. MidCap Business Credit, CNH Finance Close $25MM ABL Facility for Alfred Nickles Bakery - News - ABL Advisor

    MidCap Business Credit, CNH Finance Close $25MM ABL Facility for Alfred Nickles Bakery - News  ABL Advisor

    MidCap Business Credit LLC, as Administrative Agent, in conjunction with CNH Finance, announced that it has completed a $25 Million Asset Based Credit...

  19. Juniors compete in Hereford show - Farm and Dairy

    Juniors compete in Hereford show  Farm and Dairy

    The Eastern Ohio Hereford Association recently held its junior show at the Wayne County Fairgrounds in Wooster, Ohio.

  20. SFU softball falls to Michigan in regional opener - WJAC Johnstown

    SFU softball falls to Michigan in regional opener  WJAC Johnstown

    ANN ARBOR, MI -- The Saint Francis softball team fell 8-0 to Michigan in NCAA Regional play on Friday. The Red Flash has opportunities but a combination of...

  21. The Rover Pipeline leaked millions of gallons of drilling fluid into Ohio wetlands - PBS NewsHour

    The Rover Pipeline leaked millions of gallons of drilling fluid into Ohio wetlands  PBS NewsHour

    Energy Transfer Partners is coming under renewed scrutiny for two pipeline spills that released more than 2 million gallons of drilling fluid into Ohio wetlands...

  22. Spotlight on Navarre: One Village, Two Queens - Massillon Independent

    Spotlight on Navarre: One Village, Two Queens  Massillon Independent

    Kaidyn Roberts and Ianna Gallo were both crowned Miss Ohio during the 2017 National American Miss State Pageant. NAVARRE The village has two big...

  23. Ralph Regula, congressman who helped protect public lands, dies at 92 - The Washington Post

    Ralph Regula, congressman who helped protect public lands, dies at 92  The Washington Post

    Ralph Regula, an 18-term congressman from Ohio who became a prominent supporter of protecting public lands — and keeping the name of the Ohio-born...

  24. This isn't your average cat-stuck-in-tree story - Mother Nature Network

    This isn't your average cat-stuck-in-tree story  Mother Nature Network

    When Fluffy the cat disappeared from her home in Navarre, Ohio, her owner spotted her high in a pine tree. She wasn't immediately concerned because...

  25. Rover Pipeline Spills More Than 2 Million Gallons of 'Drilling Fluid' in Ohio Wetlands, One Month After Construction Began - Cleveland Scene Weekly

    Rover Pipeline Spills More Than 2 Million Gallons of 'Drilling Fluid' in Ohio Wetlands, One Month After Construction Began  Cleveland Scene Weekly

    The Rover pipeline spilled an estimated 2 million gallons of drilling fluid pollutants into wetlands "adjacent to" the Tuscarawas River in Navarre, Ohio, last week,.

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