“Labor is Honest and Pluck Wins”

Published: Friday, November 30, 2012 at 12:33 PM.

5.  Classmates always worried about telling her any news or gossip for fear that it might end up in the paper

6.  Her Dad being at most every sporting event in town

“Holmes County town’s sporting events got coverage in the hometown paper as well,” she said. “I also remember my father taking quite a hit on the sidelines from an errant HCHS football player who ran out of bounds (took that hit like a champ and popped back up ready to take more photos)!”

Stephanie said her family is proud to have owned and run this hometown business for over 90 years.

“I feel my father always did his best to report the news in a fair manner with no personal bias,” she said. “His editorial column, ‘Now Hear This,’ on the other hand could be full of personal bias and I read those weekly columns nervously hoping it would be on something non-family related — i.e. not embarrassing for a young, easily embarrassed daughter. I didn’t always get my wish but any embarrassment suffered then has now been forgotten and replaced by pride in knowing that my family kept Holmes County informed for many years.”

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