Wednesday, June 28, 2017
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  • Small Machines, Big Impact
    Readers wishing to support a great cause and a good man are invited to visit https://impact.deere.com and use their email address to vote for Pandora farmer Daryl Bridenbaugh.
  • PC Relay for Life's Mission Possible
    On Friday, June 2, an annual tradition of giving and grass roots action played out in Ottawa. The 2017 Relay for Life of Putnam County’s Mission Possible was an eight-hour marathon of creative philanthropy.
  • Putnam County remembers
    Putnam County residents acknowledged the sacrifices of this nation's military men and women on Memorial Day.
  • Drug recovery unit to open in Ottawa
    The first Recovery Housing unit in Putnam County is slated to open this July or August in Ottawa.
  • Shoopman pleads guilty
    Less than a week before appearing in a full jury trial, a Pandora woman charged with two counts of robbery pleaded guilty in Allen County Common Pleas Court on Thursday.
  • Kalida kids get ‘hands-up’ governing experience
    Kalida third and fourth-graders got a taste of what it takes to govern late last week.
  • Former Pandora sub teacher sentenced
    A former Pandora couple was sentenced this week in two separate hearings. The charges for both stemmed from a party the couple hosted late last year at which Pandora-Gilboa High School students had access to alcohol and Jessica Storer, 29, a former substitute teacher, engaged in sex with a student from the school.
  • When belief never waivers
    Students at Glandorf Elementary received a special visitor before the annual talent show this past Friday.
  • BCI returns to PCSO
    Word was released of requests for two additional BCI investigations into the actions of officers within the umbrella of the Putnam County Sheriff’s Office.
  • Semi hits pole along SR 65
    A semi struck a power pole shortly after 3 p.m. on Thursday, May 11, stopping traffic in both directions along State Route 65.
  • Ottawa man hospitalized after motorcycle/SUV accident
    A motorcycle/SUV accident on Wednesday has hospitalized an Ottawa man.

    According to a report from the Highway Patrol, Christina Qualls, 41, of Findlay, was driving a 2016 GMC Yukon east on Road 5F shortly before 7 a.m. Troopers said Qualls failed to yield at a stop sign and entered the intersection where a 1994 Yamaha Virago motorcycle that was traveling north on Road 5 struck her vehicle.

  • Healthcare reform bill passes house
    The American Healthcare Act passed in Congress last Thursday, finally overcoming opposition from moderate Republicans and a unified Democratic party.
  • Luebrecht case reopened
    A Fort Jennings man found guilty of drowning his son over a decade ago may have a new lease on life. On Friday, Putnam County Common Pleas Court Judge Randall Basinger approved a request allowing Michael Luebrecht, 48, to withdraw a 2007 guilty plea in the matter.
  • Paraphernalia found at Ottoville accident site
    Putnam County Sheriff’s deputies found more than broken glass and battered fenders at the scene of a two-car crash in Ottoville on Wednesday.
  • Med pot grower rules go into effect
    On this upcoming Saturday, May 6, the rules for medical marijuana growers will go into effect
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