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  • Over 700 PC acres signed into new Ohio buffer program
    Just over two weeks ago, on May 1, the first sign-up period ended for the hay/forage portion of the state’s new Working Lands Buffer Program. According to information provided by Putnam County’s Soil & Water Conservation District, farms representing nearly 3800 acres were enrolled in the program, making Putnam the top county with the most acres enrolled in the state. To date, 36 contracts have been signed involving 51 tracts of land and just over 708 acres of buffer strips.
  • Putnam County law enforcement will show zero tolerance
    As the unofficial start of summer, the Memorial Day holiday weekend is a busy time for Americans. Each year, the highways fill with families in vehicles, on their way to start their summer vacations.
  • County's coming bicentennial discussed at Chamber meeting
    Putnam County will have a notable occasion in 2020. Created in 1820, Putnam County will be 200 years old.
  • Awareness increased, cars slowed
    Last fall, near the start of the presently concluding school year, a new type of sign went up along Putnam Parkway and N. Locust Street in front of Ottawa Elementary and Sts. Peter & Paul Catholic School, respectively.
    
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  • Just over two weeks ago, on May 1, the first sign-up period ended for the hay/forage portion of the state’s new Working Lands Buffer Program. According to information provided by Putnam County’s Soil & Water Conservation District, farms representing nearly 3800 acres were enrolled in the program, making Putnam the top county with the most acres enrolled in the state. To date, 36 contracts have been signed involving 51 tracts of land and just over 708 acres of buffer strips.
  • DEFIANCE - Ottawa-Glandorf scored a run in the top of the seventh inning Saturday to defeat Paulding 2-1 in a Division III sectional final at Defiance High School.
  • The search by Mrs. John Lammers for her daughter, Anna, ended last week, when word was received that her body had been found in Buffalo.

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