Sunday, September 21, 2014
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  • Raiders sweep GMC golf championships
    The Wayne Trace boys and girls golf teams brought home championships on Wednesday afternoon as each Raider squad won the Green Meadows Conference tournament at Ironwood Golf Course.
  • Annual Flat Rock Festival Sept. 19-21
    This year’s 23rd annual Flat Rock Creek Festival will open at 9 a.m. on Sept. 19 and continue through Sunday, Sept. 21, at the Paulding County Fairgrounds.
  • Weary travelers
    A couple of weeping willow trees and a pine tree in the yard of Steve and Deb Plummer, on Road 82 near Latty, played host to several hundred migrating monarch butterflies on Monday.
  • Antwerp bank opens Payne branch
    The doors opened on Monday to the new Payne Banking Center of the Antwerp Exchange Bank, located at the corner of Main and Merrin streets in downtown Payne. “Now we have everything,” said Geoffrey Hyman, vice president of Antwerp Exchange Bank, who heads up the Payne location.
    
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  • After three weeks of playing football outside of conference, the Antwerp Archers traveled to Ayersville for their first game of Green Meadows Conference competition. After trailing Ayersville by a couple of scores at halftime (14-0) the Pilots flew past the blue-and-white after intermission to post a 36-7 league win. 
  • CLOVERDALE – Douglas James Reed, age 61, died Monday, Sept. 15. 
  • The Ohio Development Services Agency’s Office of Community Development (OCD) has awarded 2014 Community Housing Impact and Preservation (CHIP) grant funds to three consortiums in northwest Ohio. Activities in the grant programs include owner-occupied home rehabilitation. 

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