Saturday, March 28, 2015
 
  • Putnam County ranks second in state health assessments
    For the third straight year, Putnam County was second in Ohio in Health Outcomes according to the County Health Rankings just released by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and University of Wisconsin Population Health Institute. 
  • Kalida, O-G top Scholastic League Tournament

    OTTAWA — The Putnam County Scholastic League Tournament took place Thursday at the Putnam County Educational Service Center, two weeks after late winter weather postponed the annual match.

     
  • During the past year, village administration has successfully accomplished road resurfacing projects, park improvements and signing the village into an electricity aggregation agreement with plans to continue with more improvement projects throughout 2015. 
  • Five local 'gliding stars' take to the ice in Findlay
    Five Putnam County residents took to the ice on March 15 as they performed during the 14th Annual Gliding Stars performance at The Cube in Findlay. 
  • Service meets the 'baby needs' of county
    Putnam County expectant parents and parents of children up to age three will soon have a new service which will provide them with education and materials to support healthy growth and development of their little ones. 
  • Easter egg hunts in the region
    Numerous Easter egg hunts are planned in the region by service clubs and churches. Below is a list of these special events.

    Christ U.M. Easter egg hunt

     
  • Park and roadwork continues in Fort Jennings
    During the past year, village administration has successfully accomplished road resurfacing projects, park improvements and signing the village into an electricity aggregation agreement with plans to continue with more improvement projects throughout 2015. 
  • Oh No! Snow in spring
    THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IS PREDICTING SNOW FOR TODAY.
     
  • On Monday, March 16, Kalida council members welcomed a new officer to the village’s police force. 
  • Maag's Hotel will soon be nothing more than a memory
    Maag’s Hotel, the decrepit Leipsic landmark that has proven a concern for the village’s administration for years, will soon be nothing more than a memory. 
  • Federal grand jury indicts Kalida man for making false financial statements
    A federal grand jury returned a three-count indictment against Barry J. Von Der Embse, 53 of Kalida, Ohio, alleging three separate counts of making false financial statements in an indictment returned in Dayton. 
  • Putnam County Arts Festival combines music and visual arts
    Pandora-Gilboa Schools was the site for this year’s Putnam County Arts Festival, a combined exhibition of musical and visual art as produced by the area’s elementary and high school students. 
  • Cancer Assistance Program fundraiser set for March 28
    The Putnam County Cancer Assistance Program will host their annual benefit dance and auction on Saturday, March 28, at the Kalida K of C 
  • Ceremony to make FJ most 'Military Supportive' community
    The ESGR (Employer Support of The Guard and Reserve), an office of the Department of Defense, is working with Fort Jennings Memorial Association and Fort Jennings Park Board to organize a “Military Supportive” event in Fort Jennings. 
  • Ottawa Twp. Trustees still looking for I-9 answers
    While a plan designed to alleviate flooding along the Blanchard River, particularly within the Village of Ottawa, has been proposed and funding for the effort has also been attained, consensus on the need for the project is still up in the air. 

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