Monday, May 25, 2015
  • Anti-bullying video winner of "Video Challenge"
    It was the song “Hey Bully” that inspired a Fort Jennings student’s theme for this year’s Video Challenge Competition hosted by the Putnam County Task Force for Youth. Lexi Heitmeyer had the winning entry in this year’s competition.
  • Fortman's again host cornhole fun for United Way
    Fortman Insurance is donating $580 to the Putnam County United Way from their 8th Annual Cornhole Tournament, held May 15 at the Fortman office in Ottawa.
  • Lehman pitches Wildcats to regionals
    ELIDA — Miller City has had their share of disappointments at the Division IV district tournament at Elida's Ed Sandy Field.
  • Bidding adieu to Sts. Peter and Paul crossing guard
    Holding crossing guard signs on Friday morning, the students at Sts. Peter and Paul Catholic School gave a final farewell to Don Gerding, who is retiring after serving as the crossing guard at the school for fourteen years. The students also bid farewell to kitchen workers Rose Schroeder and Linda Niese.
    
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  • It was the song “Hey Bully” that inspired a Fort Jennings student’s theme for this year’s Video Challenge Competition hosted by the Putnam County Task Force for Youth. Lexi Heitmeyer had the winning entry in this year’s competition. 
  • LIMA  – The Memorial Day Holiday weekend has always been important on the racing calendar as major league open wheel and stock car events are among the biggest sports happenings around the world. 
  • Eunice A. Thrasher, 92, of Kalida, went home to be with Jesus at 7:00 p.m. Tuesday, May 19, 2015 at Community Health Professionals Hospice, Van Wert.  
  • Federal investigators have determined that an Amtrak train that crashed in Philadelphia, killing at least seven people, was careening through the city at 106 mph before it ran off the rails along a sharp curve where the speed limit drops to just 50 mph, but they still don't know why it was going so fast. 

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