Friday, November 28, 2014
  • Antwerp students learn ABCs of Thanksgiving
    ANTWERP – Students at Antwerp pre-school have been learning the ABCs of Thanksgiving under the guidance of their teacher, Chad Schindler, over the past few weeks.
  • Fire chief given 90-day suspension
    The conference room normally used to house the bi-monthly meetings for the Payne Village Council was the scene of a small-town courtroom on Monday night.
  • Changes coming to county Extension program
    Without taking provisional and absentee ballots into consideration, the proposed levy to benefit the OSU Extension program in Paulding County failed by just over 110 votes. How will this effect operation at the local Extension office?
  • Local holiday projects help hundreds of children, families
    For many, this special time of year can be more difficult than special. The economy, the spiraling high prices for just the essentials, or a lack of a job leaves little left for any “extras.”As a way to help ease the burden and bring a sense of relief, several holiday projects are being made available in Paulding County to help serve the need.
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  • Hindy visits county in nationwide trek
    When New Hampshire native Greg Hindy stopped at a Payne restaurant last Tuesday morning, he was hungry – really hungry – so hungry that he ordered and downed a large full omelet, toast, meat and a full order of plate-sized pancakes. 
  • Crosby signs letter of intent
    Molly Crosby, a senior at Wayne Trace High School, signed a letter of intent to play collegiate softball at the University of Findlay starting next fall.  
  • Fallie Shelton
    HAVILAND – Fallie Shelton, 61, passed away on Tuesday, Nov. 25 at the CHP Defiance Area Hospice Center. 
  • Think back almost four centuries. Since that first Thanksgiving in 1621, Americans have set aside this time of the year to give thanks for the many blessings that have been bestowed upon them. What was there to be thankful for back then? What are we thankful for today? 

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