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AMERICAN ASSN OF BOVINE PRACTITIONERS RELEASES NEW BEEF AND DAIRY LAMENESS GUIDELINES Apr. 17, 2014 Source: American Association of Bovine Practitioners news release The American Association of Bovine Practitioners introduces newly created beef and dairy lameness guidelines for its members and the livestock industry.
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Jim and Diane Wiles, 567 Memory Lane, Wooster, OH 44691, celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary on Friday.
Four students from Wooster City Schools traveled with the Wooster YMCA to Columbus for the Ohio YMCA Youth in Government program where they participated in a mock legislature.
A Wooster woman admitted to her role in a plot to hire two men to set her vehicle ablaze for the insurance payout instead of going to trial.
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Honorary degree recipients Elijah Anderson and Liz Putnam will offer a few words of wisdom for members of the class of 2014 when they speak at The College of Wooster's 144th annual commencement ceremony May 12. Anderson, one of the nation's leading urban ethnographers, and Putnam, a pioneering conservationist, will address an estimated 472 ... (more)
Blackboard, blackboard on the wall, who's the smartest of them all? Well, according to a recent survey by Niche, an online enterprise that reviews and ranks colleges and universities in a wide range of categories, professors at The College of Wooster are among the nation's best and brightest.
Members of the inaugural Citizens' Police Academy were given a sobering view of the work police officers do to keep the roads safe.
A new roller accessory from Wooster Brush allows applicators of high-performance floor and roof coatings to ensure the product's proper mil thickness during application.
A GIRL, Deztiny Jolynn Parsons, was born March 20 at Wooster Community Hospital to Casey Lowe and Andy Parsons of Loudonville.
A local pediatrician enthusiastic about being a part of Expanding Your Horizons at The College of Wooster told an equally eager group of fifth- and sixth-grade girls from area schools "a little bit about why I'm excited to be here."
Liberty Bank N.A. announced John A. Holland III, a 25 year business community leader in Holmes and Wayne counties, will head the new Liberty Bank, N.A. Loan Production Office opening in Wooster.
A Wooster man faces criminal charges for allegedly stabbing his girlfriend in the back one day and then assulting and threatening to kill her the following day.
The eyes of Ohio Republicans are watching Wayne County because of the May Republican primary for the restructured 27th State Senate District race between Mr. LaRose and Caleb Davenport.