Saturday, November 18, 2017
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  • Weed scientists express concern over Dicamba Drift
    “No Drift Zone.” Anybody driving through farmland virtually anywhere in the nation, including Putnam County, have seen these words emblazoned on signs planted in the verge adjacent to fields.
  • Ottawa set to join fight
    The Village of Ottawa will join a coalition of Ohio municipalities challenging legislation already enacted by the State.
  • Art and War
    The veterans of wars both recent and still surprisingly present filtered into the brightly lit gymnasium of Miller City-New Cleveland school.
  • Pandora native attends FBI training academy
    According to the FBI, the executive level police officers who attend the 11-week course at the National Academy in Quantico, Virginia represent the one percent of the one percent in law enforcement.
  • Art exhibit commemorates veterans' service and sacrifice
    Art, it is said, is many things, and as often as not — when the art is intended to be more than simple decoration, a splash of color on a wall — a conglomeration of diametrically opposed concepts: suffering and enlightenment, pleasure and pain, beauty and baseness.
  • Office of Public Safety finally home
    Following nearly two years of planning and negotiations between Putnam County and Mercy Health, the Office of Public Safety finally has a permanent home.
  • PC Habitat for Humanity receives donation
    This past June, The Sentinel reported on the selection of Pandora farmer Daryl Bridenbaugh as one of just three finalist in John Deere’s contest, “Small Machines. Big Impact.”
  • Candidate Races — Election results: November 7, 2017
    The results of local area candidate races are as follows.
  • Issues & Levies — Election results: November 7, 2017
    The results of local and state-wide issues and levies are as follows.
  • Today's edition delayed
    This week’s edition of the Putnam County Sentinel will not be included with today’s mail.
  • The future of Pheasants Forever
    Early this past Saturday morning, 85 youngsters from around Putnam County did not turn on the television to watch morning cartoons. They also did not pick-up a game controller. Nor did they log into any social media network for any significant length of time, or visit any other part of the internet.
  • Maas named Veteran of the Year
    Saturday night was the first time many Putnam County Vietnam veterans had been given a welcome home ceremony.
  • A ditch divides two counties
    Should you hear the Van Wert County Commissioner’s tell the story, you might be excused for believing that contractors hired by Putnam County crossed county lines in the dead of night.
  • Township, Council, School Board races fill November ballot
    County-wide, more than four dozen elections for open seats face Putnam County voters in next week's election.
  • Kalida native on the ball
    For every job one might have, for every role a person might play in any type of organization, there is a pinnacle to be reached. A metaphorical mountain that must be climbed in order for the sum of your talents to be fully realized. Most everyone welcomes this climb. It is natural to want to know the measure of your abilities and how you might perform when up against the very best in your field. For Neil Rampe, Kalida native and current Head Athletic Trainer for the Los Angeles Dodgers, that moment is now.
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