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County's crops are in the 'sweet spot' PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, July 01, 2014 9:22 PM

By JIM LANGHAM

Feature Writer

PAULDING – Paulding County OSU Extension Agent Sarah Noggle said recently that in spite of some heavy rains and storms last week, the local county is still the “sweet spot of Northwest Ohio” for countywide consistency and crop conditions.

While noting that most farmers would probably prefer a drying period with sunshine and heat, Noggle said that most crops in the county are looking good and that in many cases, beans benefited from the rain.

 
Dog kennel distributes reading incentives PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, July 01, 2014 9:22 PM

PAULDING – The Paulding County Dog Kennel is distributing “Paws to Read” incentives to the first 10 people who adopt dogs from the kennel beginning June 30.

The incentives are part of the Paulding County Carnegie Library “Paws to Read” adult summer reading program and include a bandana for the dog, a flying disk, book bag and informative brochures about disaster preparedness for your dogs. It also includes a list of books on dog care available in the library collection.

 
Legislative reps view PPEC's new technologies PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, July 01, 2014 9:16 PM

PAULDING – Representatives from Gov. Kasich’s office and Congressman Bob Latta’s office visited Paulding-Putnam Electric Cooperative (PPEC) in Paulding last week to hear more about the co-op’s renewable energy units.

On Wednesday, June 25, Chase Eikenbary, regional liaison for the governor, and Ryan Mack, district representative for Latta, viewed the co-op’s onsite wind and solar energy units. They were joined by county economic developer Jerry Zielke.

George Carter, PPEC’s general manager and CEO, said the wind and solar units have been at the facility for three years. Co-op members have been very interested in the units, he said. Current data on the wind turbine and solar panels can be found on their website’s home page at www.ppec.coop.

 
Holiday picnic planned for senior citizens PDF Print E-mail
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Monday, June 30, 2014 6:45 PM

PAULDING – A Fourth of July picnic in the park is being sponsored for senior citizens by the Paulding County Senior Center.

Beginning at 11:30 a.m. on Thursday, July 3, lunch will be served at the Herb Monroe Community Park at the northwest corner of Main and Jackson streets.

“Herb loved our annual picnics on the patio, so this year it’s only fitting that we move our event to the park,” said Marsha Yeutter, senior center director.

“You can come to the center and ride down in our vans or you can meet at the park,” she continued.

Menu for the day is grilled cheeseburgers, broccoli salad, tomato and cucumber salad, tropical fruit, Goldfish crackers and ice cream floats.

Citizens 60 years of age and older may make reservations until 5 p.m. Wednesday, July 2 by calling the center at 419-399-3650.

Lunch will also be served at the center for those who do not wish to go to the park, according to Yeutter.

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County 911 service down temporarily over weekend PDF Print E-mail
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Monday, June 30, 2014 4:22 PM

PAULDING – On Saturday, June 28, the Paulding County Sheriff’s Office experienced technical difficulties with the 911 system.

“We are not receiving any 911 calls at this time, and the calls are not rolling over to our neighboring county as they should in this situation,” was Sheriff Jason Landers’ initial statement concerning the situation.

Personnel from the phone company worked on the issue until nearly 7:30 a.m. Sunday, June 29 when a second press release indicated the matter had been corrected.

“The issues we were experiencing with our E911 system have been resolved,” said the sheriff. “I apologize for any inconvenience this might have caused. We strive to bring the best customer service possible to our citizens.

“I praise the representatives from Windstream that worked swiftly to resolve this problem,” he concluded.

Any questions or concerns about the matter should be directed to the sheriff’s office at 419-399-3791.

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Board of health member needed PDF Print E-mail
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Monday, June 30, 2014 4:21 PM

PAULDING – The Paulding County District Advisory Council will be accepting resumes from any county resident interested in completing the remaining term of a current board of health member for the term ending in March 2018. It is planned to have the selected member assume the position in August 2014.

A special district advisory council meeting will be held July 22 to select the board member to complete the board of health term.

Resumes will be accepted at the Paulding County Health Department until the close of business on July 18. Resumes should be addressed to: Dr. Larry B. Fishbaugh, Health Commissioner, 800 E. Perry St., Paulding, Ohio 45879.

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