Tuesday, June 25, 2019
  • Grove's alumni weekend: a gathering that matters
    Intermittent showers put a damper on, but certainly failed to stop, the festivities in Columbus Grove this past Friday evening and Saturday as the village celebrated Alumni Weekend.
  • Flexibility needed in fight against addiction
    An article in last week’s paper regarding the ADAMHS Board’s efforts to find ways of spending grant funding earmarked for opioid abuse received a fair amount of attention. A number of readers, it seems, were left with the impression that the issue is one unique to Putnam County. This is not the case.
  • Solar farm negotiations center on costs, community needs
    A recent article on a proposed 150 mw solar farm in the Miller City area included a question on whether or not the county’s commissioners should stick with the Alternative Energy Zone (AEZ) legislation, or perhaps negotiate a Payment in Lieu of Taxes (PILOT) agreement.
  • Taking it to the streets
    Vaughnsville residents fight polling center closure.
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  • During its regular meeting on Tuesday, June 11, Mayor Matt Miller updated the Continental Village Council on the status of the community income surveys, as well as gave updates on numerous projects around the village.
  • Clara E. Schroeder, 100, of Leipsic died 11:05 a.m., Saturday, June 22, 2019 at The Meadows of Kalida.
  • Miguel A. Nunez, 37, Continental, pleaded guilty to domestic violence, sentenced to 30 days jail, suspended, fined $150 and complete mental health assessment.
  • Generally, our fields are planted and crops emerged and growing at this time of year. Yet, very little corn or soybeans have been planted in Putnam and surrounding counties because of abnormally wet conditions.
  • June 23, 1944: Edward Kerner, farmer of near Kalida, and clerk of Union township, suffered a multiple fracture of the left leg when he fell while loading hay on the Ignatius Rieman farm west of Kalida, Friday. He was removed to St. Rita’s hospital in the Fischer and Sons invalid coach. Hospital attaches report that his leg is broken in two places, but his condition is very good.


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