RSS Feed : Local News A feed of current articles not set 2014-09-22T10:23:25.1286212Z O-G hosting annual 'Parade of Bands" this Saturday, Sept. 20 The Ottawa-GLandorf "Parade of Bands" is this Saturday, Sept. 20 Local News Columbus Grove residence fully engulfed when firefighters arrive A Columbus Grove residence is considered a total loss after an early Friday morning fire. Local News Classes held to help elderly avoid falls Several local agencies have partnered to offer classes assisting senior citizens in ways to avoid falls. Local News Two county-wide issues on Nov. 4 ballot <p>In addition to a governor&rsquo;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.&nbsp;</p> Local News O-G grad competes in Louisville Ironman Former Ottawa resident Tim Odenweller completed his first full Ironman competition in Louisville, Kentucky on Aug. 24, which was billed as &ldquo;a quintessential North American race in the county&rsquo;s bluegrass capital.&rdquo; Local News Attorney General grants anti-heroin funds to Lima hio Attorney General Mike DeWine has established a group violence reduction program called the Safe Neighborhoods Initiative, using $7 million in funds from the National Mortgage Settlement. Local News Challenged Champions offers new program for veterans A new program for veterans is now available at the Challenged Champions Equestrian Program in Putnam County. Local News Fire truck show added to Leipsic Fall Fest A fire truck and car show will be featuring during this year&rsquo;s Leipsic Fall Fest this Saturday, Sept. 20.&nbsp; Local News Brookhill staff members accept icy challenge &nbsp;Staff members at Brookhill Center accepted a challenge last Wednesday. It was an icy challenge to raise money for ALS (Lou Gehrig's Disease). Local News Picnic enjoyed by Habitat board members and homeowners &nbsp;Pastor Nestor Reyes called volunteers for Habitat for Humanity angels. He was speaking during the first annual picnic for Putnam County Habitat for Humanity board members and home owners. Local News