Monday, March 19, 2018
  • Ottoville comes up short against Minster
    COLUMBUS — Ottoville and Minster, part 2, was beginning to look like the teams first meeting back in January. Only the stakes were a little bigger this time.
  • Elevate 2018: Connecting people with employers
    On Thursday March 20, 2018 all residents of Putnam County and the region are encouraged to attend the Elevate 2018 Careers and Connections event from 3 - 6 p.m. at the Putnam County YMCA at 101 Putnam Parkway Ottawa, Ohio.
  • Active shooter training scheduled for Palm Sunday
    Beginning on Saturday, March 24 and continuing through Sunday, March 25, a special ‘active shooter’ training will take place at Kalida High School.
  • Titans fall to Blue Streaks
    BOWLING GREEN — Archbold took a page out of the Ottawa-Glandorf playbook Wednesday night.
  • 2017 sales tax collection complete
    Generally speaking, the collection of sales tax offers an indicator of local economic conditions.
  • County communities benefit from Ohio Capital Budget bill
    Three Putnam County projects will receive funding from the State of Ohio’s $2.6 billion Capital Budget, billed as “an investment in Ohio’s infrastructure and local community projects,” should state legislators in both houses pass the bill into law.
  • Commissioners proclaim March Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month
    “The most effective way to increase awareness is through everyone’s active participation in community activities, and the openness to learn and acknowledge each individual’s contribution,” said County Commissioner Michael Lammers as he read aloud the proclamation declaring March 2018 Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month.
  • Man on the run
    What began as a routine traffic stop in Columbus Grove early Monday afternoon evolved into a potentially deadly high speed chase across rural Putnam and Allen Counties.
  • Former Leipsic Chief of Police arrested in Arkansas
    A former Ottoville resident who served as Leipsic Village Chief of Police was arrested in Brookland, Arkansas, early last week.
  • Kalida defeats Columbus Grove in double overtime
    FINDLAY — Kalida scored with 2.3 seconds left in double overtime Tuesday night to defeat Columbus Grove 42-40 in a Division IV district semi-final game at Liberty-Benton.
  • Start leads Ottawa-Glandorf past Liberty-Benton
    ADA — Ottawa-Glandorf jumped on Liberty-Benton early Tuesday night on their way to a 48-37 win in a Division III regional semi-final basketball game at the King Horn Center on the Ohio Northern University campus.
  • Ottawa to foot bill for Tawa Maintenance Project within the village
    During Monday’s meeting of the Ottawa Village Council, members came out strong for homeowners along that portion of Tawa Run coursing through the village.
  • Possible parks projects discussed in Grove
    A meeting was held by the Columbus Grove Parks Board prior to the regular village council meeting this past Monday. The purpose was to discuss ideas for park improvements in anticipation of placing a levy on the fall ballot in support of the parks.
  • County educators react to proposed legislation
    During a press conference on Wednesday, February 14, State Representative Bill Reineke (R, Tiffin) unveiled a plan to create a new cabinet level agency called the Ohio Department of Learning and Achievement (DLA).
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