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The Green Spot Closing End of September

The Green Spot Closing End of September

A popular Manchester business will be closing its doors this fall. The Green Spot has been a favorite among area residents since it opened ten years ago, but the owners say it’s time to move on. Janet Schmock owns the Green Spot with her husband, Dave. She says after a decade of dedicating their lives


HS Football: Week 1 Preview

By Jon Swisher-Sports Director: The 2015 high school football season starts up tonight for KMCH area coverage schools. The class 3A fifth-ranked West Delaware Hawks are ready to take the field against one of their highway 20 rivals. Twelfth-year head coach Doug Winkowitsch says his squad is ready to begin the journey: WINK1 8-28 The


W. Delaware Sophomore Football Team Under New Leadership

The West Delaware Sophomore football team opens the season tomorrow night under new leadership.  Nate Lahr takes over the team after Matt Finn accepted a head coaching position at Osage.  Lahr, who also serves as West Delaware Varsity baseball coach, is no stranger to Hawks Football: The Sophomores play most of their games on Thursday


HS Football: WD Hawks Season Preview

By Jon Swisher-Sports Director: The 2015 edition of the West Delaware Hawks Varsity Football team returns a bevy of experience from a squad that finished 10-2 with a district championship and reaching the class 3A quarterfinals. The Hawks bring back 21 lettermen and 10 returning starters. Twelfth-year head coach Doug Winkowitsch talks about his coaching staff and

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Manchester Hosting New Bacon-N-Hops Festival

The Manchester Chamber will host its first-ever Bacon-N-Hops Festival this Saturday. Event organizer Doris Sherman says if you’re a bacon lover, you’ll want to check it out. And committee member Donna Boss says they’ll have plenty of craft beer samples there, too. The Delaware County Madco Home Brewers will be there giving samples and demonstrating how to

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Cash Mob Strikes Delhi Fireman’s Breakfast

The Delaware County Cash Mob struck Delhi on Sunday morning. The Cash Mob – made up of about 50 area residents – spent their money this month at the Delhi Fireman’s Breakfast. The mob met in Delaware, with the long line of vehicles led by area firetrucks into Delhi on Highway 38. The Delaware County Cash

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