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Howland holds summer rec camps

July 13, 2009 The Howland Youth Sport and Recreation Program has been offering activities for children ages 6 to 13 throughout the summer. more »»

Library cuts are harmful

July 13, 2009 With the economy in the tank and people looking for ways to save money yet still enjoy summer activities, its no wonder area libraries are exploding with activity. more »»

Tennis and golf make up summer camps

July 13, 2009 The Howland Township Summer Youth Sport and Recreational Program camps scheduled for the week of July 13 to 17 include tennis and golf. more »»

Howland Tigers say goodbye to seniors, look to future

July 13, 2009 The Howland boys varsity baseball team finished the season 13-13 overall and 2-6 in the All American Conference Red Division. more »»

Barzak gets Tribune’s top honor

July 13, 2009 HOWLAND — When Kelly Barzak had to make a choice between basketball and volleyball on the college level, there was no need to flip a coin. more »»

Music teacher of 35 years retires

June 8, 2009 Describing her family as having ‘‘a lot of Howland blood,’’ teacher Nancy Moore decided that it was time to hang up her teaching credentials and pursue other goals as she prepares for retirement... more »»

Tiger Town gets a facelift

June 8, 2009 Financed by the community and named by Howland students, the playground at the township park known as Tiger Town received a facelift over the winter when students from the classroom of art teacher... more »»

Howland spends on Web overhaul

June 8, 2009 Howland Village trustees recognized Howland student Autumn Heald, whose poster about fire safety was one of the statewide winners in a fourth-grade poster contest selected by the State Fire Marshal’... more »»

Random advice for seniors

June 8, 2009 The Howland Community News would like to congratulate all students who graduated from Howland High School last week. It has been a very long time since my own graduation. more »»

Farmers Market taking off

June 8, 2009 Demand for the Howland Farmers Market, held each summer at the gazebo on East Market Street, has prompted township officials to host the event on a weekly basis this summer. From 9 a.m. more »»

Howland cleans up at speech contest

June 8, 2009 It was a bit of a trip and some stiff competition from students from some big name schools, but the Howland Speech and Debate Team walked away with a lot to be proud of, according to adviser Thom... more »»

Conservation discussed for plan

June 8, 2009 The steering committee for Howland Township may consider making land conservation part of its long-term comprehensive plan for the township. more »»

Hubbard edges Tigers, ends year

June 8, 2009 HUBBARD — Junior pitcher Matt Shelton used his strong right arm to keep the Hubbard Eagles on the field entering the ninth inning. more »»

Back in black

June 8, 2009 AUSTINTOWN — Talent, hard work and determination is the recipe for success. Unfortunately, sometimes it can also cause one to take a few steps back. more »»

Teacher says goodbye after 45 years

May 11, 2009 If Charles Potashnik could do it all again, he would still teach, according to the Howland Social Studies teacher who is retiring this year after more than 45 years in the profession. more »»

Siblings elected prom king, queen

May 11, 2009 HOWLAND — Howland siblings Jessica and John Prokup Jr. were elected prom King and Queen at the Howland High School prom held May 2 at Packard Music Hall. more »»

Community gardens offered to residents

May 11, 2009 Administrators are expecting to fill the 60 garden plots available to township residents as part of the Community Gardens project this year, which is being offered for the first time. more »»

Youth summer camps scheduled for June

May 11, 2009 June will be an exciting month for youth in Howland Township with the wide variety of summer camp programs scheduled. more »»

What is your long-term plan?

May 11, 2009 Most of us first learn about long-term care at the worst possible time — when we or a loved one needs care now. more »»



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