Thursday, November 14, 2019
  • Phillips arraigned
    Last Wednesday, November 6, James M. Phillips made his first court appearance connected to the alleged abduction of Addie Kiene of Columbus Grove on Saturday, November 2, 2019.
  • Ottawa to study traffic issue at 65 and Meadow Glen
    Ottawa’s village council made short work of a relatively brief agenda on Monday, with the meeting’s brevity likely spurred on by the evening’s unseasonable weather.
  • What you need to know during the ACA's open enrollment period
    The open enrollment period for the Affordable Care Act (ACA) began on November 1. For those who purchase their health insurance through, or directly with a health insurance provider, there may be a few things to check-for as insurance options are reviewed.
  • "They listened. They learned."
    Veterans view artwork created from their experiences.
  • TLCC gives the gift of reading
    Through Chapters for Children, a holiday program established to distribute books to area children, TLCC gifts kids with every possibility, real or imagined.
  • From war, art
    P-G students find inspiration in local veterans
  • Election results from around the county
    From competitive mayoral races in Fort Jennings and Leipsic; to contested town and township seats in the Village of Ottawa, Jackson Township, Monroe Township and Monterey Township; to well-populated school board races in Continental, Leipsic, and Pandora-Gilboa; along with a number of levies—Putnam residents came out to vote on Tuesday. Results for contested local and county elections, and for those in which the outcome is certain, are as follows (with winners and their vote counts in bold):
  • Abduction in Columbus Grove
    This past Saturday, November 2, 2019, James M. Phillips reportedly abducted Columbus Grove resident Addie Kiene just outside the Dollar General store in the Village of Columbus Grove.
  • Titan volleyball advance to regional finals
    MILLBURY — Ottawa-Glandorf's volleyball team will be playing for a trip to Division III state volleyball tournament Saturday afternoon.
  • Continental increases water and sewer rates
    Continental Village Council proceeded with the increase in water and sewer rates, tabled two applications for building permits, and discussed the possibility of a cost of living increase for the maintenance employees during its regular meeting on October 22.
  • "It's got to be good for everybody"
    Mayor Liechty discusses LifeWise's plans in Pandora.
  • A walk through Ottawa's history
    Bruce Stowe recreated, from photographs and personal recollection, four store fronts, several of which pay homage to the businesses which were there before or after them. Walking the roughly 70-foot length of the piece — a work it took Mr. Stowe the better part of three months to complete — viewers travel back and forth through over a century of the village’s commercial history.
  • OGCTA votes on tentative agreement
    On Tuesday night, OGCTA members met at Pike Run Golf Course to discuss and vote on a tentative agreement between Ottawa Glandorf Classroom Teachers Association and Ottawa-Glandorf Local Schools administrators.
  • Miller City claims district championship
    NAPOLEON — Just over two weeks ago, Leipsic swept Miller City in a Putnam County League match to win the league title.
  • Mat Makers weave support for homeless
    For all those whose lives have taken a hard right away from comfort, whose homes are the alleys and streets of more metropolitan areas, who have nothing between them and the elements, there are still others working to provide some level of relief.
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