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  • Raiders win tri-match

      Submitted by Dianna Clemens HAVILAND – A tri-meet was held at Wayne Trace High School consisting of teams from Paulding, Spencerville and Wayne Trace. The Raiders defeated both teams. The scores were Wayne Trace 50 Paulding 20 and Wayne Trace 45 ...
  • Varsity games of the week January 12

    Varsity Games of the Week Girls’ basketball Wayne Trace 63 LCC 56   Woodlan 42 Antwerp 40   Paulding 49 Columbus Grove 40   Antwerp 31 Tinora 29   Wayne Trace 47 Holgate 43   Boys’ basketball Paulding 63 Hicksville 44   Ti...
  • Why did my CAUV values increase?

    YIELD UPDATES FOR TY 2010 • For 2010, the factor is based upon yield data from 1999-2008 • Soil yields from 1984 were increased by the following percentages: Corn: 18.73% Soybeans 12.88% Wheat: 52.50% Source: Ohio Department of Taxation By S...
  • County seeking new dog warden

    By NANCY WHITAKER Progress Staff Writer PAULDING – The Paulding County commissioners are currently seeking to fill the post of dog warden for the county. According to the commissioners’ journal, an executive session was held on Dec. 29 with Pauld...
  • Annual 'Antwerp Has Talent' to be January 16

    ANTWERP – The third annual “Antwerp Has Talent” show will be held at 1:30 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 16, in the Antwerp School Auditeria. Formerly known as “Antwerp Dancing with the Stars,” this year’s event will feature five dancing groups, two sin...
  • Questions & answers about a revaluation

    By Susan K. Simpson County Auditor Many questions have been raised with recent tax bills and the 2010 Paulding County Revaluation. As Paulding County auditor, it has always been a priority to keep the public informed. Even though my time as county audi...
  • Oakwood to host Chocolate Extravaganza

    OAKWOOD – Get ready to set sail on The Love Boat on Feb. 5 and 6. The Love Boat, which will be loaded down with huge amounts of chocolate delicacies, is about to set sail out of the Cooper Community Library in Oakwood as planners are preparing for the ...
  • Raiders pick up big non-league win

      By KEVIN WANNEMACHER Sportswriter HAVILAND – Wayne Trace got a much-needed victory and hopefully ignited a fresh start to the second half of the season as the Raiders rolled past cross-state rival Woodlan 83-52 in non-league boys basketball acti...
  • Lady Panthers regrouping for NWC fight

    By JIM LANGHAM Sportswriter BRYAN – After taking it on the chin in the Bryan Holiday Tournament, the Paulding girls basketball team is regrouping for conference competition. The first challenge will come on Thursday night when the Panthers host Colum...
  • Varsity Games of the Week January 5

      Varsity Games of the Week Girls’ basketball BRYAN TOURNEY Bryan 43 Paulding 38   Bowsher 70 Paulding 38   Wayne Trace 71 Ft. Jennings 45   Boys’ basketball ROUTE 49 TOURNEY Edgerton 51 Antwerp 44   Antwerp 38 Hicksville 25...
  • Governor appoints Rister county court judge

    From Staff Reports Last week, Gov. Ted Strickland appointed Suzanne Shuman Rister to fill the vacancy in Paulding County Court. Rister, 48, a private practice attorney from Antwerp, will take the bench effective Friday, Jan. 7, replacing Judge Tiffany...
  • Missouri man apprehended by Antwerp PD after foot chase

    By NANCY WHITAKER Progress Staff Writer ANTWERP – A Missouri man led Antwerp police on a foot chase on Sunday evening, Jan. 2. Charges of pandering and importuning were filed against the adult male who authorities say traveled to Ohio, believing he w...
  • A look back at 2010...part 2

    By MELINDA KRICK Progress Editor Part 2 of 2 A continuation of the recap of 2010 local news stories as reported by the Progress: July Week of July 7 – As part of the Hometown Marine billboard campaign, Staff Sgt. Mark S. Barnes of Paulding was ho...
  • Audit Committee hears tax bills higher

    During a recent session, Commissioners Tony Zartman, Tony Burkley and Edward Straley met with members of the Audit Committee. Lou Ann Wannemacher announced the tax bills would be sent Dec. 27. First half taxes are due Feb. 8. Wannemacher also noted a...
  • Find out about 4-H

      The Paulding County Carnegie Library is sponsoring two programs to introduce children and their parents to Paulding County’s exceptional 4-H program. A representative from the Extension office will be on hand during each program to answer questio...
  • Cheryl's Christmas story

    After visiting with Cheryl a few days ago, I’ve had a totally different outlook this holiday season. It’s nearly a year and a half since she found out that she was suffering from a rare form of bile duct cancer, one so rare that even the Mayo Clinic...
  • A Penny For Your Thoughts

    By Nancy Whitaker A PAIR OF SHORTS AND A HOT STOVE It is always nice to feel warm in the winter and cool in the summer. In today’s world, staying warm or keeping cool is a lot easier than it was years ago. One of my first memories of how to get war...
  • Antwerp Girls are 49 Classic Champs

      By STEVE MAJOR Sportswriter ANTWERP – The Lady Archers won the 49 Classic last week by besting Edgerton in the championship game 43-38 after beating Edon 33-27 in the opening round. The victory marks just the third time that the Antwerp girls h...
  • Panthers nearly upset undefeated Van Wert

      By JIM LANGHAM Sportswriter PAULDING – Following Paulding’s narrow 54-51 loss to Van Wert on Dec. 21, Panther head coach Shawn Brewer was convinced that his club can be competitive with any team in the area, regardless of how strong. ...
  • 2010: Paulding County's Year in Review

      By MELINDA KRICK • Progress Editor Part 1 of 2 What will you remember most about 2010? Although many families are still struggling with economic conditions, unemployment and home foreclosures, problems don’t appear as dire now as they did one...