July 26, 2014

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  • Vantage part of Green Energy Ohio Tour Oct. 1-2

    GEO to Host Largest Green Energy Ohio Tour Ever Oct. 1 and 2! Vantage Career Center One of 260 Sites Across Ohio   COLUMBUS – Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 1 and 2, the public is invited to take the FREE “Green Energy Ohio Tour” and network with...
  • In My Opinion

    By Mary Beth Weisenberger Hair today, gone tomorrow I just got a haircut. Please, dear readers, do me a big favor and drive downtown right away so you can see my new haircut and realize what it’s supposed to look like. Come and catch a glimpse o...
  • Mr. & Mrs. Robert Phillips

    Mr. and Mrs. Robert Phillips will be celebrating their 50th wedding anniversary on September 30, 2011. Robert Phillips and Diane Stumphy were married on September 30, 1961 at Catholic Chapel U.S. Naval Air Station in Corpus Christi, Texas. They are ble...
  • Lawsuit threatens Manor House

      By DENISE GEBERS Staff Writer ANTWERP – Residents of the Manor House Assisted Living at 204 Archer Drive in Antwerp are in danger of losing their place to stay. In mid-September, Antwerp Holdings LLC, owner of the property, filed a lawsuit in P...
  • Dallas Lamb Home to close doors

    By NANCY WHITAKER Progress Staff Writer PAYNE – The Dallas Lamb Foundation Home in Payne is set to close its doors in 30-90 days. The decision was made following a meeting at Dallas Lamb on Thursday, Sept. 22. The Dallas Lamb Nursing Home, which ...
  • Oct. 11 is voter registration deadline

    All people who are not registered to vote and wish to vote in the upcoming General Election on Tuesday, Nov. 8 must register by Tuesday, Oct. 11, at the board of elections. Or, register to vote at an office of any deputy registrar of the Ohio Bureau ...
  • Dallas Lamb issues press release on closure

      The following press release was sent at 5:51 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 22 by Lanette Briley, LNHA, administrator of Dallas Lamb Foundation Home:   The Trustees of Dallas Lamb Foundation are saddened to announce the closing of the facility immediately. A...
  • State could hold Hotel Barnes hearing in October

    By MELINDA KRICK Progress Editor PAULDING – The owners of the vacant Hotel Barnes in Paulding did not request an appeal hearing for a state fire marshal’s citation for building code violations. On Sept. 13, The Division of State Fire Marshal ma...
  • Homespun

    By Jim Langham For several years, I wrote a column for a publication entitled, “Between the Dates.” The columns honored people who made a special niche’ in my heart, or the hearts of others, often by the small “behind the scenes” things that...
  • RACHEL UTTERBACK and NATHAN WIECHART

    BRICETON – Louie and Kim Utterback of Briceton are pleased to announce the engagement and upcoming marriage of their daughter, Rachel Lynn, to Nathan Thomas Wiechart, son of Robert and Nancy Wiechart of Ft. Jennings and Eric and Debra Kerns of Middle...
  • MR. and MRS. DARWIN RILEY

    PAULDING – Darwin and Ursula Riley will be celebrating 50 years of marriage. Darwin and Ursula Riley were married on Sept. 23, 1961, at the Church of Christ in Payne, by the Rev. Glen Hall. They were blessed with four children, Renee Marie (decea...
  • Raiders mean business in GMC win

    By JIM LANGHAM Sportswriter HAVILAND – The Wayne Trace Raiders football team came out with a mission in mind on Friday evening. Within minutes of the opening kickoff, the Raiders’ intentions of being a team to reckon with in the Green Meadows Con...
  • High school golf results

    Ladies post win Ashley Saylor carded a 42 and three other Raiders added 45’s as Wayne Trace defeated Ayersville 177-222 at Pleasant Valley Golf Course on Thursday. Christina Klinker, Ashley Goeltzenleuchter and Emilie Linder all had 45’s for the...
  • 'Drag for Dollars' to be September 24

    By NANCY WHITAKER Progress Staff Writer PAULDING – On Saturday, Sept. 24, the second annual “Drag for Dollars” will be held at Paulding Eagles to raise money for breast cancer awareness and Pretty In Pink. So far, 24 local men have volunteere...
  • TIFFANY MATTHEWS and MATTHEW NICKOLS

    BROUGHTON –  Tiffany A. Matthews and Matthew A. Nickols, both of Broughton, have announced their engagement and approaching wedding. The bride-elect is a alumna of Wayne Trace High School employed at Insource Technologies, Paulding. She is the dau...
  • A Penny For Your Thoughts

    By Nancy Whitaker NANCY LAMPOONS SUMMER VACATION It is always nice to go on a “vacation” and “get away from it all.” We plan and plan for that special time, but even the best mapped out plans can go awry. We love to go up around the Shipshe...
  • WT CC invite

    By KEVIN WANNEMACHER Sportswriter GROVER HILL – All three county schools ran in the Wayne Trace Invitational at Welcome Park in Grover Hill. Van Wert captured team championships in the varsity boys, varsity girls, junior varsity boys and junior ...
  • Small towns, big hearts

    By Jim Langham My first recollection of people in a small community reaching out to others during a tragedy occurred when our neighbor’ s house burned. In fact, I was the one that discovered the fire, on April 8, 1958 when an elderly lady by the nam...
  • A Penny For Your Thoughts

    By Nancy Whitaker: SPECS APPEAL When did you get your first pair of glasses? When I first started school ages ago, we used to get our eyes tested at school once a year and all we had to do was look at a chart and name the letters. Those of us who cou...
  • Undefeated Raiders focus on rival Crestview

    By JIM LANGHAM Sportswriter HAVILAND – With the first two games of the season under their belt, the Wayne Trace Raiders turn their sights to the south as they host rival Crestview this Friday night. Even though the Knights come to the 2-0 Raiders...