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The dynamic duo at The Dog Wizard can teach any dog new behavioral tricks

Cutting-edge dog training has come to Medina. This month, Aurelia & Steve Martin, who own The Dog Wizard Medina training service, are opening a new Training Center on N. State Road, five minutes from downtown. “With the record high number of canine adoptions last year due to the pandemic there is a greater need for dogs to be trained and...

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The unpredictability of life

If there’s something we’ve learned over the past year, it’s that life can be very unpredictable. And it’s that unpredictability that has most people in goal-setting mode right now. In addition to enjoying all that life has to offer, we want to be better prepared for the unexpected. Because life has shown us that we don’t always have...

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Take a swing at the Bunker Hill Golf Course hundred-dollar unlimited golf special

An exhilarating round of golf may be just the antidote for a nagging case of post-Super Bowl cabin fever. And unlimited golf for 61 days for just $100 makes for sweet medicine. “Our unlimited March and April membership gives golfers the opportunity to get back in the swing after a long winter and reacquaint themselves with our newly improved...

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There’s more to a healthier, greener lawn than just having fertilizer applied

Correy Petz, owner of EverGreen Turf Solutions, says a lot of the people who decide to forgo the box company fertilization model in favor of his passionate, personalized, locally owned approach do so for a number of different reasons. Here’s what you need to know about proper fertilization—before the weeds, crabgrass and other lawn...

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Blue Heron Brewery is open for indoor festivities once again

Christmas came early last year at the Blue Heron Brewery. Good thing, too, because when Brewmaster Mike Piazza broke open the stash of his popular Christmas Ale on July 9, little did he realize that the Medina brewpub would be closed because of Covid-19 throughout the real holiday season. The good news is that Blue Heron patrons now have...

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