April 24, 2014

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  • A night at the museum with wine & cheese

      • WHAT: Wine and Cheese Tasting Party • WHEN: Saturday, Feb. 12, 7:30-9 p.m. • WHERE: John Paulding Historical Museum in Paulding • WHO: Sponsored by the historical society; host is local wine connoisseur Mark Marenberg • ADMISSION: $10 ...
  • Spike & The Bulldogs Concert to aid food pantry

      • WHAT: Spike and the Bulldogs concert • WHEN: Friday, Feb. 11, 8-11 p.m. • WHERE: Paulding County Extension Building, Paulding Fairground • WHO: Sponsored by Holly, Wood and Vine • ADMISSION: A freewill donation will be accepted with al...
  • Lilly Jenean Rose Dearing

    Beautiful little 4-year-old Lilly of Paulding, Ohio, is fighting each day to live while her frail little body is fast succumbing to the devastating effects of a Diffuse Intrinsic Pontine Glioma (inoperable brain tumor). The once vibrant, healthy, glowin...
  • Lady Archers post 2 wins

    By STEVE MAJOR Sportswriter ANTWERP – The Antwerp Lady Archers caulked two road wins last week, including a key GMC victory. First Antwerp beat Lincolnview 39-34 and then took at GMC scalp at Edgerton 50-47. In both games the Lady Archers had to over...
  • WT picks up wins

    By KEVIN WANNEMACHER Sportswriter HICKSVILLE – Wayne Trace’s boys basketball team recorded a pair of wins last week as the Raiders recorded road victories over Montpelier and Hicksville. The Raiders posted a Green Meadows Conference win over the...
  • Varsity games of the week January 26

    Varsity Games of the Week Girls’ basketball Antwerp 39 Lincolnview 34   Delphos Jeff. 57 Paulding 30   Antwerp 50 Edgerton 47   Wayne Trace 66 Hicksville 18   Wayne Trace 74 Edon 50   Boys’ basketball Wayne Trace 51 Montp...
  • Progress to launch new E-Edition

    By NANCY WHITAKER Progress Staff Reporter PAULDING – The Paulding County Progress is pleased to announce the launch of our new Web site and our new e-Edition (“electronic edition”). Starting Feb. 3, readers will be able to see the complete Prog...
  • McCreery's retiring after fostering over 30 kids

    By NANCY WHITAKER Progress Staff Writer PAULDING – Paulding Job and Family Services recently honored Ed and Dodie McCreery for their service in the foster care of children. As the award was presented, DJFS said, “We just want to thank Ed and Dodi...
  • Ladd retires from food pantry

    By JIM LANGHAM Feature Writer Former Wayne Trace school superintendent John Ladd sits in the comfort of his country home these days and admires the cardinals flying in and out of his bird feeder. He talks about the regular visits of herds of deer to hi...
  • First grandchild: There's no way to describe this

    It’s been over 30 years since I heard my parents make that statement at the birth of our children, Julie, Sandi and Jason. I knew that they were telling the truth, but it still didn’t really sink into – until 1:35 p.m. last Friday afternoon when ...
  • A Penny For Your Thoughts

    By Nancy Whitaker WHY SAY CHEESE? What is this? It is something that is done at birth, birthday parties, christenings, baptisms, and graduations. They do it at school, church, or outdoors. It can be done on a horse, on a chair, lying down, or in a swi...
  • Panther boys' wins are more than victories

    By JIM LANGHAM Sportswriter The Paulding boys won two basketball games over the weekend. In so doing, they accomplished much more than chalking up “Ws” in the win columns. Their 49-37 win over Crestview on Friday evening vaulted the Panthers square...
  • Wayne Trace girls post two wins

    By KEVIN WANNEMACHER Sportswriter HAVILAND – Wayne Trace improved to 10-0 last week with a road win at Ayersville on Friday before rolling past Parkway Saturday at the Palace. In Green Meadows Conference action at the Pilot Hangar, the Lady Raider...
  • Varsity games of the week January 19

    Varsity Games of the Week Girls’ basketball Crestview 48 Paulding 31   Holgate 38 Antwerp 26   Wayne Trace 75 Ayersville 32   Van Wert 46 Paulding 43   Wayne Trace 91 Parkway 30   Boys’ basketball Antwerp 30 Holgate 21  ...
  • Wind farm donates to historic preservation project

    Blue Creek Wind Farm, which is under construction by Iberdrola Renewables LLC, has donated $5,000 to the John Paulding Historical Society for a “ghost town” project. Society president Les Weidenhamer said the funds will be used to identify as many ...
  • Arnolds named winners of 'Antwerp Has Talent'

    ANTWERP – The Antwerp Athletic Booster Club hosted the third annual “Antwerp Has Talent Show” (formerly known as “Antwerp Dancing with the Stars”) on Sunday, Jan. 16. Talent included dancing, singing, and instrumental music with all proceeds ...
  • Historical society hosts annual meeting

    By BILL SHERRY Correspondent On Jan. 16, the John Paulding Historical Society held its yearly organizational meeting. It was announced that the Blue Creek Wind Farm, which is beginning to be constructed in southwestern Paulding County by Iberdrola Re...
  • Agronomy Day in Paulding County

    Paulding County Extension has scheduled an Agronomy Day Program for Wednesday, Jan. 26 in the OSU Extension Building. Registration begins at 8 a.m. and the program is scheduled from 8:30 a.m.-2:45 p.m. The program will have updates from The Paulding SW...
  • Planning starts for John Paulding Days

    The Paulding Chamber of Commerce has started making plans for this year’s John Paulding Days, set for Thursday through Saturday, June 9-11. An organizational meeting is set for 5:15 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 27 in the chamber office, located in the lower lev...
  • Heck's big night sends WT to win over Holgate

    By KEVIN WANNEMACHER Sportswriter HAVILAND – In games between two good defensive teams, it comes down to which team’s role players step up and make the big plays. In Friday night’s Green Meadows Conference battle between Wayne Trace and Holg...