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McKinley Presidential Museum

In March I took two of my kids to one of Canton, Ohio’s premier landmarks.  The William McKinley Presedential Library & Museum (or whatever it’s actually called) is a couple of miles down the road from my house.   48 more words


McCabe: Canton comes back from 0-2 start to make playoffs

Tim Baechler had a plan for attacking Canton’s football season.

He divided the nine games into three distinct groups.

“All off-season I was looking at our first six games and there were six playoff teams right there,” Baechler said. 787 more words


Guest Post from Andy Caton, marketer for Parent Handeling

This has been posted by, Andy Caton a guest blogger on this blog. Andy is a blogger and marketer for Patient Handling. On his free time, he loves taking film photographs and writing poems. 561 more words

Monthly Post 2016

Baltimore Craft Beer Festival

We’ll agree that fall weekends are ideal for hiking, apple picking, and pumpkin carving… but how about those day drinks, though?

This weekend, save Sunday for farms and trails and instead sip suds on Saturday, October 22 waterfront in Canton, at the Baltimore Craft Beer Festival, featuring over 80 local brews as well as a homebrew competition. 84 more words


Football: Walled Lake Western could claim final KLAA title

Brighton, Canton, Northville and Walled Lake Western finished first in their respective football divisions of the Kensington Lakes Activities Association, and there’s probably no one happier about that than Western coach Mike Zdebski. 593 more words



Our oldest grandson playing for the McKinley Bulldogs dribbles the ball while our youngest grandson looks on.

Our middle grandson (15), trying to outrun the Massillon Tigers players. 122 more words


Reality Check

Virtual reality is all the rage, and an interesting phenomenon for sure, but reality itself is weird enough for me.  Last week’s business trip provided plenty of proof. 463 more words