April 24, 2014

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Bookmobile inspires both young and old

By JOE SHOUSE • Progress Correspondent

This year, National Bookmobile Day was celebrated on Wednesday, April 16. Recently, I decided to make a couple of stops along one of their routes and quickly discovered it was a happening place for all ages. Actually, those who take advantage of the Paulding County Carnegie Library’s Bookmobile when it comes to their community range in age from preschool to just over 100 years old.

My first stop was in Latty. On any given Tuesday, there will be 10-15 patrons who will show up. The Latty folks who come out are consistent, according to Bookmobile manager Kathy Heffley.

 
Commissioners confer with state officials about EMA position

By JIM LANGHAM • Progress Feature Writer

PAULDING – Paulding County commissioners met Monday, April 21 with Richard Lauffer, Northwest Ohio Emergency Management director, and Andrew Elder, Preparedness Grants branch chief, to discuss filling the position of former EMA director Randy Shaffer.

Shaffer was fired by commissioners last week following an ongoing dispute over reports involving grant financing and various other organizational disagreements.

 
Archers, Raiders to play at Parkview Field

 
Museum to celebrate the arts, artists of Paulding County

PAULDING – The John Paulding Historical Society has many works of art created by past and present artists from Paulding County.

An exhibit, “Celebrating the Arts and Artists of Paulding County,” featuring oil, acrylic and watercolor paintings, will be held from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturday, May 17.