Thursday, November 21, 2019
  • Landfill fodder to functional art
    Leipsic students put the three Rs into practice.
  • PCHD receives immunization award
    The Putnam County Health Department was recently awarded the Pediatric Immunization Coverage Excellence Award for achieving immunization rates of 90% or higher for children who are up-to-date on their immunizations at 24 months of age.
  • Continental discusses COL pay increases for village employees
    The primary topic of conversation during Continental Village Council’s regular meeting on November 12 resulted in setting a specific date for annual employee reviews.
  • Supporting Team Red, White & Blue
    On Nov. 1, the Ottawa-Glandorf Titans football team played a military appreciation game, suiting up in specialized uniforms provided by the National Guard. When Nate Huber, owner of Phantasm Designs in Ottawa first heard about the game, he thought it would make a fantastic opportunity.
  • Motions heard in Huizenga trial
    Polygraph admitted, Jane Doe to testify via video.
  • One injured in two-vehicle collision on Road X & 10.
    A two vehicle accident at the intersection of Roads X and 10 early Tuesday morning resulted in the injury of a Leipsic man.
  • Successful canine rescue near Cloverdale
    A reminder to pet owners as wintery weather advances this season. Those with dogs who love to run, and perhaps enjoy an occasional game of chase with nearby ducks, can easily find themselves on thin ice, literally. Keeping your pet on a leash when outdoors is always advised.
  • Plum Creek, three years later
    A little over one year later, at a regular meeting of the Columbus Grove Village Council held on Nov. 27, 2017, Columbus Grove Mayor, Ken Wright, vented his frustration at what he viewed as a lack of progress, laying specific blame at the feet of County Engineer Mike Lenhart.
  • Habitat volunteers come together for veteran's Critical Home Repair
    Hammering on their roof last Saturday didn’t bother Larry and Mary Elkins. They sat in their home in Keiferville of 43 years and smiled as they heard volunteer workers repairing their roof.
  • LifeWise on hold in Pandora
    Additional payments continue being made on the loan for the Arthur-Lugibihl Community Center and the proposed LifeWise Academy ran into a slight bump.
  • World War I & II memorabilia unveiled at historical society
    Two showcases featuring memorabilia from Word War I and World War II are on display in the military room at the Putnam County Historical Museum in Kalida.
  • For eligible veterans, benefits are available
    “We don’t really get to see them until they absolutely need it,” said Joe Moenter, Veterans Services Officer with the Putnam County Veterans Services Commission. He was speaking at the most recent meeting of the Ottawa Area Chamber of Commerce, discussing what he and fellow Veterans Services Officers Kristi Powell and Bob Kroeger do for those in the community who have served our nation.
  • 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.
  • County students Make Some Noise
    Inter-school competition bears anti-drug message.
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