COLUMBUS – The 10.15-pound smallmouth bass caught in the Ontario, Canada waters of Lake Erie in November 2022 was a 16-year-old female, according to the Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR) Division of Wildlife.
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WILLOW, Alaska — Matthew Failor fell in love with native Alaskan culture during a summer internship at the Mendenhall Glacier nearly two decades ago.
Many local children, their families and a few family pets braved the elements on Saturday afternoon for an Easter Event at the Richland County Dog Warden's Office & Shelter on Home Road. The event started with an Easter Egg hunt on the east side of the facility. Kids could then bring a d…
The Mansfield Playhouse on Friday announced its 2023-2024 schedule, including five main-stage adult shows, two Second Stage shows and two children's musicals.
"Winnie and Friends: Black Belt Bound" follows Winnie and the other residents of the Hundred Acre Wood as they embark on a journey to become martial arts masters.
Beating Heart of the Arts
A 6-part series sponsored by the Renaissance Theatre.
MANSFIELD — Moments before her final curtain call in the St. Peter’s Theater and Performing Arts Department, senior Adrian Allen will sing a metaphor for her own experience in the theater program.
MANSFIELD – Bradley Bunn was named the new Senior Minister of The First Congregational Church, Mansfield, located at 640 Millsboro Road.
MANSFIELD -- The Renaissance Education Department announces that it will again present its Annual Improv Underground “Open Mic” night at 7 p.m. on Thursday, April 20.
Live Well Richland
Richland Public Health wants to see our community thrive, where residents can enjoy optimal physical, emotional, and environmental health. This 6-part series highlights the programs brought to you by RPH and the lives they impact.
MANSFIELD -- April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month. This month and throughout the year, Richland County Children Services (RCCS) encourages all individuals and organizations to play a role in making the community a better place for children and families.
The team heads toward Shaktoolik in the blueberry hills. The Shaktoolik checkpoint comes 777 miles into the race.
The team is headed towards White Mountain, a checkpoint that comes with only about 80 miles left in the 1,000-mile race. The Northern Lights are clear in the skies above.
"Headed towards an Iditarod checkpoint and passing by two ‘walkers’ who are in competition by walking the entire Iditarod trail. They start way before the sled dog race and end after us, but use the same trail. Pretty crazy!" Matthew Failor said.
"Here we just dropped out of the Dalzell Gorge and are near the Rohn checkpoint (nearly 200 miles into the race)," Matthew Failor said.
Courage at Work
Mechanics Bank presents the Courage at Work series recognizing it takes incredible courage to start and run a business. This series will present 9 local stories highlighting some of the unsung heroes of local businesses.