Tuesday, August 21, 2018

Up, Up and Away at Holmes County Fair

The Budget's own Jason Keller had the opportunity to go up in a hot air balloon at the Holmes County Fair last week. Here's...

Coshocton to host Sunflower Festival

Coshocton KOA and McPeek’s Mighty Maze are buttoning up plans for the first Sunflower Festival. Visitors to the festival will get to explore...

ProVia announces expansion, plans to add 200 jobs

By Jacob Mahaffey The Budget The housing market has been booming and ProVia knows that first hand. The company, whose corporate headquarters is in Walnut Creek,...

Pearl Valley sweeps Ohio State Fair Contest

The Ohio Swiss Cheese Association held its second contest of the year to determine the Grand Champion Cheesemaker. The Ohio State Fair Contest was won...

School supplies make great additions to shoeboxes

By Jacob Mahaffey The Budget It’s back to school time. Which means it’s time to start stocking up on all the necessities that every student will...

Bells to ring August 21 at East Holmes

School will be in session for the first full day on Tuesday, August 21. Any parents with children attending East Holmes Schools for the...

Sugarcreek Village Council approves $160,000 offer for Dover Road property

By Beverly Keller The Budget On Monday night, members of Sugarcreek Council agreed to officially make an offer of $160,000 on a .67 acre lot on...

Changes coming at the Holmes County Board of Developmental Disabilities

By Beverly Keller The Budget A slow and steady progression will have the Holmes County Board of Development Disabilities operating a bit differently by 2021 in...

Program works to develop future leaders in Tuscarawas County

By Beverly Keller The Budget The need for an organization to help develop future leaders at the student level was front and center for Cindy Lattner,...

Mt. Eaton Police Officer Joe Clark continues to recover after accident

By Jacob Mahaffey The Budget For first responders, law enforcement, firefighters, and EMS workers, there is always an air of danger that hangs upon every shift...

Nehemiah Released Time Bible Education Program coming to Mt. Hope

By Stacey Carmany The Budget Mt. Hope Elementary students will have the option to attend off-site bible classes this school year as part of a released...

Village of Baltic adds personnel

By Beverly Keller The Budget Members of Baltic Council heard from Alisha Oswald, on behalf of the Baltic Board of Public Affairs, last week. She brought...

Funds needed for food pantry in Holmes

By Stacey Carmany The Budget More than eight months after launching the Orchard of Hope campaign, the Millersburg Church of God is still nowhere close to...

New fall sports rules in effect for athletes

Budget Sports Report There will be some changes seen in the game of football across Ohio when it comes to the high school level this...

H15 building nears completion

By Josh Yoder The Budget More than two years ago, Andy Schafer and his wife Tammy got the keys to a building in downtown Millersburg. They...

Stellar shows on Little Theatre’s list for 18-19

By Ellie Zumbach The Budget The Little Theatre of Tuscarawas County has announced their 2018-2019 season. From hard-hitting theatre works to fun, family musicals, this upcoming...

East Holmes Partners with Holmes Sheriff for security

By Stacey Carmany The Budget The East Holmes school district is partnering with the Holmes County Sheriff’s Department to provide increased security and peace of mind...

Larry Carnes in at Union Hill

By Jacob Mahaffey The Budget There is a new face in the pulpit at Union Hill United Methodist Church. While Larry Carnes is not a new face...

Kaufman Realty still alive in Class A Baseball tourney

Budget Sports Report In the first game of tourney action in Class A baseball, third-placed Kaufman Realty took on Mr. Trailer at Dover Park. Mr. Trailer...

Sugarcreek Show ‘n’ Shine sparkles despite sizzling temps

Sugarcreek Show 'n' Shine was held at the Harvest Barn in Sugarcreek on Saturday. For organizer Brian Sitzlar, the event was more than he...

Building hope one board at a time at Dover First United Methodist

By Stacey Carmany The Budget The Dover First United Methodist Church is seeking volunteers to assist with a community building project that will help address the...

Online Exclusive: Funny money found in Holmes

By Beverly Keller The Budget     In the past 24-hours, the Millersburg Police Department has been called a host of local businesses in reference to...

Ragersville to host community gatherings this weekend

By Beverly Keller The Budget History, friends, and family will be in plentiful supply this weekend in Ragersville where events are set for Friday night, Saturday...

Community help needed for Released Time cabins

*This story first appeared in The Budget's July 18, 2018, Local Edition. By Beverly Keller The Budget After carefully reviewing project plans, the Garaway Released Time Education...