Saturday, July 20, 2019
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  • Witnessing the launch of humankind's greatest leap (so far)
    The adjacant photo was taken from Titusville, Fl., directly across from the Apollo 11 launch site by the parents of Janine Keller of Leipsic.
  • Putnam County Senior Expo
    The 2019 Putnam County Senior Expo will again be held at Ottawa Elementary, 123 Putnam Parkway, Ottawa on Friday, August 2 from 8:30 a.m. to 12 p.m.
  • Ottawa composer honors heroic sacrifice with music
    Baransy's "We Stick Together" records history of WWII's Sullivan Brothers.
  • "Just don't pay attention to the 100 foot drop below you."
    Over a year ago, the Village of Columbus Grove received a $17,000 quote for cleaning its water tower from an area construction company. With that price in mind, the village first considered doing the job itself, though it lacked the expertise, and working 135 feet in the air introduced obvious safety issues.
  • Leipsic breaks ground on new athletic track
    Leipsic track standouts Reece Dulle and Lyndie Hazelton hold a rendering of the over $1 million athletic track soon to be constructed in Leipsic.
  • POET's TLC for TLCC
    The Leipsic Community Center has received a generous donation from POET Biorefining that not only covers the cost of the existing community meals that have been in place, but also allows them to now provide a second meal each month.
  • Something old...
    A piece of the Higley family homestead adorns wedding reception.
  • Pedaling for a purpose
    Glandorf's Dan Klear battles kid's cancer on two wheels.
  • Sisters of St. Francis' continuing mission
    “We ask for the great blessing,” said Bishop Daniel E. Thomas last Friday, June 28, during a special Mass recognizing the 150th anniversary of the Sisters of St. Francis of Tiffin, OH. “That the Lord may continue to speak through our hearts. So that we might respond to him in love, and in truth.”
  • Youth say YES to a weekend of service
    Nearly 100 area youth and adults were busy during the Father’s Day weekend doing services for residents in the St. George Deanery.
  • The Missionaries of the Precious Blood are pleased to announce the 40th anniversary of the ordination of three priests with ties to Putnam County.
  • Expressions of faith from those who have lived it
    The Sisters of St. Francis would be very different without Putnam County.
  • The Board of Health will hold a special meeting to discuss hiring a new employee(s) for Putnam County Homecare & Hospice.
  • Charity Film Festival
    Approximately 40 youth and young adults ranging from aged five to 20 years old made original five-minute movies and submitted them into the Kids’ Clips Film Festival on June 11 from 6:30-8:30 p.m.
  • Pioneer Days theme announced
    Shelby Jerwers submitted the winning theme for this years Pioneer Days parade in Kalida.
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