Wednesday, April 25, 2018
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  • Protect your loved ones and report elder abuse
    Let’s have a real conversation, no fluff just the facts. In 2017, Putnam County had 70 new cases with elder victims, 54 through the Elder Victim Ministry program at Crime Victim Services and 16 through Putnam County Adult Protective Services.
  • Medical marijuana preparation training offered to businesses
    On September 8, 2018, Ohio’s medical marijuana bill becomes fully operational. Just a few months away, the time for area businesses to become aware of the law and its impacts is now.
  • A 'Supreme' opportunity realized
    Ohio’s Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, Maureen O’Connor, arrived with a warning for the students assembled at Ottawa-Glandorf High School last Wednesday.
  • Otto tosses no-hitter for Miller City
    FORT JENNINGS — One week ago, Miller City's Noah Otto took a no-hitter into the fifth inning in an eventual 2-0 loss to Kalida.
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