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It seemed as if two different RedStorm offenses took to the field at VA Memorial Stadium on Friday. Fourteen of Rio Grande's 15 runs on the day came in the… Read More
The best team in the Mid-South Conference hits the road to take on a struggling Rio Grande squad (16-10, 9-6) that has dropped its last three games. The No. 2… Read More
Marietta Pioneers head coach Jon VanderWal must have shook his head in disappoint after the Pioneers latest game. Despite leading the Mount Union Purple Raiders at halftime, 43-40, the… Read More
As the value agricultural products grown in Ohio soars, the number of Ohio farms is decreasing. Newly released census data revealed that the market value of Ohio's agricultural goods saw… Read More
After squandering an opportunity to gain some momentum and move up in the Mid-American Conference standings Wednesday, an injury riddled Ohio (18-8, 8-5) will look to regroup Saturday when it… Read More
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On Feb. 15, the Rio Grande RedStorm women’s basketball team found themselves at what was perhaps the low point of their season. The RedStorm had just fallen to No. 4… Read More
Carole Amber’s children’s book, The Gift of the LadyBug, is helping young people around the nation cope with struggles, tragedy or loss in their lives. Writing the book also helped its author turn one of the most difficult experiences of her life into a celebration of ladybugs.
Amber’s son, TJ, died in April, 2009 at 14 months old due to complications from Leigh syndrome. It was during this dark time in Amber’s life that a story about two horses who become the parents of a ladybug came to life.