Register for baseball teams
Hudson Kiwanis Baseball is offering registration for players, ages 5 to 18.
Register online at hudsonkiwanis.com. The deadline is March 1. For information on managing a team or to help coaches, fill out a manager/coach application. Umpire applications also are available for ages 11-18.
In collaboration with the Hudson Baseball Association, Hudson Kiwanis Baseball is offering a coaching workshop presented by Positive Coaching Alliance.
The session is scheduled to to take place March 4 at Hudson Middle School.
Preseason player training sessions, in collaboration with HBA and the Hudson High School baseball staff, are set to take place March 19, April 9 and April 23.
Running events coming to area
The St. Malachi Church Run is scheduled for March 11 at St. Malachi Church in Cleveland.
The Strongsville Super Saturday 5K is set to take place March 18 at the Ehrnfelt Rec & Senior Center in Strongsville.
The Cavaliers, Monsters & Gladiators Community Fun Run 5K and 1 Mile Walk is scheduled to take place March 26 at Quicken Loans Arena/Gateway Plaza in Cleveland. All three running events are set to begin at 9 a.m.
For information on all three events, visit www.heremescleveland.com.
6,000 fewer deer are killed in Ohio
Hunters checked in 182,169 white-tailed deer in Ohio's 2016-2017 deer season, according to the Ohio Department of Natural Resources. Last year, 188,329 deer were checked in.
The ODNR Division of Wildlife remains committed to properly managing Ohio's deer populations. The goal of Ohio's deer management program is to provide a deer population that maximizes recreational opportunities, while minimizing conflicts with landowners and motorists.
Deer hunting regulations over the past two seasons have been designed to allow for moderate herd growth throughout most of the state. Herd growth is achieved by reducing harvest and protecting female deer.
Coshocton County led the deer kill list with 5,929 harvestded, followed by Muskingum 5,118, Ashtabula 5,040, Tuscarawas 5,039 and Licking 4,971. Portage County hunters harvested 2,211 deer.