September 2, 2014

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  • Wellness expert, 3 Lafarge employees reveal wellness program

    By DENISE GEBERS Progress Staff Writer PAULDING – As part of a companywide move, Lafarge North America is expanding its health and wellness agenda to include a program overseen by Cleveland Clinic’s Michael Roizen, M.D. On May 2, as a culminati...
  • Cooper purchases Kettenring C.C.

    DEFIANCE – Eagle Rock Golf Club, formerly Kettenring Country Club, will host an informational meeting on Thursday, May 5 at their Clubhouse on Carpenter Road. Gary Cooper, of Oakwood, recently purchased the club and has begun implementing many improv...
  • Log cabins: firm foundation of pioneer life and beyond

    By Jim Langham The logs were silent but the memories they ignited were alive and filled with love when I recently had the opportunity to spend time with a family as they saw the original hewn structure around which their farm home had been built. Th...
  • A Penny For Your Thoughts

    By Nancy Whitaker ONLY CHOCOLATE BUNNIES ALLOWED Easter candy and the Easter Bunny have been around for years. We all know that is not the reason we celebrate Easter, but Easter candy, baskets and Easter eggs have also became part of our celebration....
  • Varsity Softball April 27

    W. TRACE 4, AYERSVILLE 3 Wayne Trace rallied to post a 4-3 win over Ayersville in Green Meadows Conference action last week. The Raiders fell behind 3-0 after three innings before getting three to even the contest in the fourth. The red, white and b...
  • Varsity baseball April 27

    VAN WERT 9, WAYNE TRACE 3 Wayne Trace traveled to Van Wert in a non-league game last week with the Cougars rolling to a 9-3 win. Van Wert plated eight runs in the fifth to break open the contest and never looked back. ...
  • Varsity games of the week April 27

    Varsity Games of the Week Softball Van Wert 4 Antwerp 3   Paulding 8 LCC 2   Miller City 9 Wayne Trace 6   Antwerp 4 Hicksville 0   Paulding 9 Lincolnview 6   Wayne Trace 4 Ayersville 3   Baseball LCC 6 Paulding 2   Van We...
  • Marathon raises $10,000

    By JIM LANGHAM Feature Writer PAYNE – The 33rd Annual Paulding County Crippled Children and Adult Society Marathon enjoyed good success this past weekend as 118 teams participated in an event that had to be extended an extra three hours to accommod...
  • 2007 homicide 'still an open case'

    By Robert Sullivan Staff writer Palladium-Item (Ind.) RICHMOND, Ind. – Authorities in Paulding County, Ohio, are still looking for answers in the murder of a former Richmond woman identified in court last week as a confidential informant in at lea...
  • United Way accepting allocations requests

    PAULDING – United Way of Paulding County is now considering applications from qualified agencies for the 2010-11 campaign allocation process. Agencies/organizations wishing to be considered for the 2010-11 program may either pick up allocation pack...
  • Rachel Paputsakis and Steven Binnix

    Mr. Pericles Paputsakis of Bowling Green and Mrs. Debra Paputsakis of Paulding announce the engagement of their daughter Rachel, to Steven Binnix, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Binnix of Bucyrus. ...
  • Just a little dab will do you

    By Jim Langham Chimes were sounding from the tower of a large university several years ago as I went for a stroll in the early spring sun. Students, caught in the spirit of the early seasonal warmth were sun-bathing on benches. Others were riding bi...
  • A Penny For Your Thoughts

    By Nancy Whitaker PASSIONATE PASSIONS To do anything really well and succeed at it, you must have passion. Some people have a passion for books, while others like antiques, design, motorcycles, boats, cars, guns, hunting and reading, just to name a f...
  • Varsity Softball April 20

    ANTWERP 14, LINCOLNVIEW 2 The Archers scored 11 runs over a two-inning period en route to a 14-2 win over Lincolnview in non-league play. Jayla Chamberlain got the win, giving up one hit and three walks in six innings of work. Alex North had a singl...
  • Varsity Baseball April 20

    WAYNE TRACE 11, ANTWERP 1 Wayne Trace scored four runs in the first inning and added two in the second as the Raiders posted an 11-1 win over Antwerp in Green Meadows Conference action. The red, white and blue added four markers in the fourth before...
  • Varsity games of the week April 20

    Varsity Games of the Week Softball Antwerp 18 Montpelier 0   Crestview 4 Paulding 2   Wayne Trace 6 Antwerp 5   Paulding 6 Montpelier 1   Antwerp 5 Fairview 2   Paulding 9 Delphos Jeff. 0   Tinora 10 Wayne Trace 1   Antwer...
  • Melrose Council crisis

    By BILL SHERRY Correspondent MELROSE – Melrose Village Council met Monday April 18 with all council members present for the regular council meeting and a special town meeting. The town meeting, which was scheduled to start at 7 p.m., did not star...
  • Path should be clearer thanks to Spartech employees

    By JIM LANGHAM Feature Writer PAULDING – Thanks to volunteers from Spartech Plastics, Gasser Road and County Road 103 should be cleaner along their roadways over the next two years. Through a recommendation from the Environmental Health and Safety ...
  • Unclaimed funds list appears in Progress today

    Ohio Department of Commerce Director David Goodman urges Paulding County residents to join in the 2011 Unclaimed Funds Treasure Hunt by checking the Progress today, April 20. By checking the newspaper advertisement, readers can find out if they are ent...
  • Mr. and Mrs. Donovan DeLong

      Jerry and Pam Brown of Van Wert are pleased to announce the marriage of their daughter, Stephanie Nichole, to Donovan Richard DeLong, the son of Richard and Janie DeLong of Bluffton, Ohio. Donovan and Stephanie DeLong were united as one in marriage...