April 20, 2014

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  • A Penny For Your Thoughts

    By Nancy Whitaker A FRIEND OR A FHONY How many true friends do you have? How many are just acquaintances? How many could you call at midnight and say, “I need your help?” Everyone likes to think that they have a lot of friends. Friends are usuall...
  • Lady Raiders claim share of GMC title

      By KEVIN WANNEMACHER Sportswriter HAVILAND – On senior night at the Palace, it was a senior and a junior who made sure the Wayne Trace faithful went home on a happy note. Continental gave the Lady Raiders all they could handle until Wayne Trac...
  • Archers claim two weekend wins

      By STEVE MAJOR Sportswriter ANTWERP – The Antwerp Archers notched two very big wins that put them where they wanted to be. First on Friday night, Antwerp claimed a tough GMC win 49-41 at Ayersville to keep pace at the top of the league. Then the ...
  • Varsity games of the week February 16

    Varsity Games of the Week Girls’ basketball Paulding 64 Fairview 52   Wayne Trace 59 Continental 45   Ayersville 47 Antwerp 37   Paulding 54 Ada 38   Wayne Trace 70 Edgerton 48   Boys’ basketball Kalida 59 Wayne Trace 45 ...
  • Lilly's care from Grandma's Diary

      By NANCY WHITAKER Progress Staff Reporter PAULDING — Four- year-old Lilly Dearing of Paulding was diagnosed with an Intrinsic Pontine Glioma (inoperable brain tumor) in January. Lilly, the daughter of Mandy Briner and Todd Dearing, is a beautiful...
  • Recorder addresses reports of questionable mailings

      By DENISE GEBERS Progress Staff Writer Across the country, people are receiving mail from a company called State Record Retrieval Board. It has now shown up here in Paulding County, and people are shouting, “Scam!” Last week, Paulding County ...
  • Alt selected as WT interim superintendent

      By JAROD ROSEBROCK Correspondent HAVILAND – The search for a new superintendent of Wayne Trace Schools took a new turn at Monday night’s regular meeting of the Wayne Trace school board. The board voted to approve Wayne Trace High School guidanc...
  • Wayne Trace takes big step toward GMC title

      By KEVIN WANNEMACHER Sportswriter HAVILAND – Wayne Trace girls survived a sluggish beginning and took a huge step towards an outright Green Meadows Conference championship with a 51-44 win over county rival Antwerp at the Palace on Thursday nigh...
  • Big fourth quarter propels Archers past Raiders

    By STEVE MAJOR Sportswriter ANTWERP – As coaches are fond of saying, “Throw the records out when it comes to a rivalry game.” And that was the case last Friday night when Wayne Trace gave Antwerp all it could handle on its home court for three pl...
  • Varsity games of the week February 9

      Varsity Games of the Week Girls’ basketball Antwerp at Crestview canceled   Paulding at Fairview ppd. to Feb. 7   Wayne Trace 51 Antwerp 44   Lincolnview 52 Paulding 40   Paulding 48 Continental 43   W. Trace vs. Miller Ci...
  • 'Colors of Cancer' Kickoff a teamwork event for Relay

    By JIM LANGHAM Feature Writer When Carrie Lero decided she wanted to become involved with the Relay For Life of Paulding County, she thought of her Mary Kay business and how she could use that to help benefit the local fund-raising drive. “I have a...
  • Lilliana in Texas for treatment

    By NANCY WHITAKER Progress Staff Writer PAULDING — Lilliana Dearing, age 4 of Paulding, is currently at the Bursynski Cancer Treatment Center in Texas undergoing treatment for brain stem cancer. Lilly, daughter of Mandy Briner and Todd Dearing, was...
  • Winter gangs up on county

    By JIM LANGHAM Feature Writer Three storms roared through Paulding County last week leaving the county buried under an estimated 12-15 inches of snow coupled with icy roads and plenty of snow-covered fields to blow around at any gust of wind. “The ...
  • Diggin out of a mess with the help of good samaritans

      The doctor who has been so gracious to our family in our native community of Berne was the first to stop that frustrating evening outside of Berne a couple of weeks ago. I was driving down a country road and a car came from the other direction at a f...
  • A Penny For Your Thoughts

    By Nancy Whitaker EXCUSE TO PARTY DAY Everyone loves a good party and a reason to celebrate. I know I do. In addition to all the regular holidays through the year, I personally consider Super Bowl Sunday a reason to celebrate and have a party as well f...
  • 2 huge wins for Lady Raiders

    By KEVIN WANNEMACHER Sportswriter In an average season, teams may get the chance to win a road game against a state-ranked team once a year. Last week, Wayne Trace got that opportunity twice with games at Delphos Jefferson and at Tinora. The Lady ...
  • Archers capture two wins

    By STEVE MAJOR Sportswriter ANTWERP – The Antwerp Archers put together back-to-back road wins by beating GMC-rival Fairview 56-35 Friday night and besting North Central 51-48 the next night. With the wins Antwerp improves to 8-5 on the season, but ...
  • Varsity games of the week February 2

    Varsity Games of the Week Girls’ basketball Continental 41 Antwerp 36   Tinora 51 Paulding 42   Wayne Trace 70 Delphos Jeff. 59   Antwerp 62 Fairview 23   LCC 57 Paulding 44   Wayne Trace 60 Tinora 55   Boys’ basketball...
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  • Little Lilly needs the gift of 'life'

      By NANCY WHITAKER Progress Staff Writer PAULDING – Lilliana Jenean Rose Dearing, 4-year-old daughter of Amanda Briner and Todd Dearing II of Paulding, needs your prayers and support. The little preschooler was diagnosed with Diffuse Intrinsic Pon...