Archive for June, 2017


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Freedom Festival to honor the American Flag

The combined efforts of the Adams County Sheriff's Office and the West Union Lions Club will present the fourth annual Adams County Freedom Festival on Friday, June 30. This year's theme is “A Star Spangled Salute”, a tribute to the 240th birthday of the American flag. The festivities will be held at the Adams County Fairgrounds, with the gates opening at 5 p.m. All evening, a free Family Fun Zone will entertain children with games, crafts, and much more.

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Victor P Price

Victor Paul “Vic” Price, 88, of Hamilton, Ohio passed away on Tuesday, June 20, 2017 at Glen Meadows Nursing Home. Victor was the son of Elsworth and Bernice Price and was born on January 9, 1929 in Adams County, Ohio.

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Caley Grooms is Cattlemen’s Beef Ambassador

Caley Grooms, 18, is the 2017 Adams County Cattlemen's Association Beef Ambassador. She is a 2017 graduate of North Adams High School.

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Wolves in Adams County

Wolves and people have lived alongside one another for eons, yet the relationship between humans and wolves has had a very long and turbulent history. Fueled by misconceptions and misunderstanding, people traditionally have viewed wolves negatively, perceiving them to be either dangerous or a nuisance to be destroyed, according to wolf expert Rachel Lauren.

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Hourglass Quilt Barn returning to Adams County

This barn, owned by Dean and Mary Brown, will be the new site of the Hourglass Quilt Square , which was destoyed by a storm several years ago. The Board of the Adams County Travel and Visitors Bureau recently approved a plan to replace the Hourglass Quilt square which was lost to a windstorm several years ago.

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Stepping to the podiumStepping to the podium

The eyes of Adams County were directed towards the state capital last Saturday morning as a pair of local athletes took center stage attempting to bring home state championships. Sister and brother Jenny and Matt Seas, representing Peebles High School, made their way through district and regional competition to the state's highest platform, the OHSAA State Track Meet, held last weekend at Jesse Owens Stadium on the campus of Ohio State University.

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Reigning Miss Ohio USA will judge 2017 Adams County Fair Queen Pageant

Dinaleigh Baxter of Winchester, Miss Ohio USA 2017, will be judging contestants in the Adams County Fair's Queen Pageant in July. Baxter, who recently participated in the Miss USA 2017 pageant at the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino in Las Vegas, says beauty won't be the only quality she looks for among the Fair Queen contestants.

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Reigning Miss Ohio USA will judge 2017 Adams County Fair Queen Pageant

Dinaleigh Baxter of Winchester, Miss Ohio USA 2017, will be judging contestants in the Adams County Fair's Queen Pageant in July. Baxter, who recently participated in the Miss USA 2017 pageant at the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino in Las Vegas, says beauty won't be the only quality she looks for among the Fair Queen contestants.

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Lady Indians get summer camp season underway

With spring sports now in the rear view mirror, a familiar sound was heard around Adams County last week, that of the basketball hitting the hardwood as the summer camp season began with Coach Billie Jo Justice and her staff holding the 2017 Lady Indians Basketball Camps. Justice and staff held a camp for next year's second through sixth graders from May 22-25 for two and a half hours each morning and then brought in seventh and eighth graders for two hours in the afternoon.

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Lady Indians get summer camp season underway

With spring sports now in the rear view mirror, a familiar sound was heard around Adams County last week, that of the basketball hitting the hardwood as the summer camp season began with Coach Billie Jo Justice and her staff holding the 2017 Lady Indians Basketball Camps. Justice and staff held a camp for next year's second through sixth graders from May 22-25 for two and a half hours each morning and then brought in seventh and eighth graders for two hours in the afternoon.

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