Friday, October 31, 2014
  • Continental man injured in early Friday morning crash
    At 3:04 a.m., Friday, Oct 31, the Putnam County Sheriff's Office received a 911 call from a resident on Road E reporting that there was a male subject at their home stating he had been in an accident and he appeared and he appeared to be injured. 
  • Steps continued toward having regional water and sewer district
    rogress continues on a study to form a regional water and sewer district in Putnam County. The district would be formed under the Authority of Chapter 6119 of the Ohio Revised Code. 
  • Two county-wide issues on Nov. 4 ballot

    In addition to a governor’s race and attorney general race, the Nov. 4 ballot will include two county-wide issues for voters to decide in addition to a commissioner candidate contested by a write-in candidate. The ballot also includes several renewal and additional tax levies for villages, townships and schools.

  • Trick or treat schedule
    Check out the time to dress up your children to go trick-or-treating in your community. 
  • Resurrected Haunted Hall dies a second time
    There are those in Fort Jennings who would say that the most disruptive of ghosts have nothing on at least one member of their community. For the second time in ten days, an entertainment ostensibly intended to benefit residents was derailed by an anonymous phone call. 
  • KMI expanding
    By adding footage to its current manufacturing facility at 801 Ottawa St., Kalida, KMI Manufacturing will be able to add a press capable of applying 2,500 tons of pressure to form automotive parts, as well as another 600-ton stamping press. 
  • Leipsic girl injured in one vehicle crash near Columbus Grove
    On Sunday, Oct. 26, at 4:08 p.m., the Putnam County Sheriff's Office received a 911 of a single vehicle crash with one victim at 8514 Road Z.  
  • Ohio State's victory over Penn State was only one reason for celebration and laughter during the annual St. Bonifest in Glandorf.

  • Kalida may see new downtown park by Pioneer 2015
    Village of Kalida council members heard plans Monday night for a new park in the downtown area. 
  • Annual St. Bonifest set for Saturday in Glandorf
    This will be the fifth annual St. Bonifest celebrated at St. John the Baptist Church in Glandorf. It is always held the last Saturday of October. 
  • Barn dance provides snug alternative to blustery Friday night lights
    At 12433 CR 13, south of Glandorf, one solid old structure still stands at the Norm and Donna Recker homestead. Last Friday night, that barn was the site of a good old-fashioned barn dance. 
  • Cancelled Haunted Hall event rises from the grave
    The Fort Jennings Memorial Haunted Hall plans hit a snag with the State Fire's Marshall's Office, but have been moved to a barn for this weekend. 
  • Council on Aging unveils legacy of love
    On Thursday, the Putnam County Council on Aging unveiled a sculpture designed and constructed by New Cleveland artist/craftsman Lawrence Recker. 
  • Paranormal program given at library
    On Thursday evening, Chris Page and Karlo Zuzic, two-thirds of the nucleus of Ohio’s top paranormal team, ORBS (Ohio Researchers of Banded Spirits), presented scientific evidence that the afterlife really does exist during a program at the Putnam County Library

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