Thursday, November 14, 2019
  • 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.
  • "They listened. They learned."
    Veterans view artwork created from their experiences.
  • County students Make Some Noise
    Inter-school competition bears anti-drug message.
  • 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.
  • 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 healthcare.gov, or directly with a health insurance provider, there may be a few things to check-for as insurance options are reviewed.
  • 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.
  • Fired Up for a Cure
    Leipsic, Glandorf, Ottawa VFDs exercise mutual aid.
  • Street sweeper replacement tops Grove's agenda
    Recently, the village’s street sweeper became permanently disabled. Village workers have been renting and testing replacement street sweepers on the town’s streets, the cost of which has been covered by insurance. However, due to how the village’s insurance coverage was set-up, purchasing a new or used street sweeper will likely require council to approve a healthy contribution from the general fund.
  • 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
  • O-G School Board approves contract
    In the space of time it took to read the names of five school board members and for those individuals to reply in the affirmative, 16 months of often fractious negotiations between the Ottawa-Glandorf School District administration and the Ottawa Glandorf Classroom Teachers’ Association came to an end.
  • Business Advisory Council pursues opportunities for area students
    Last Friday at the county’s Educational Services Center in Ottawa, representatives of local businesses, along with area school administrators and teachers, approximately 25 people total, held their second Business Advisory Council (BAC) meeting.
  • Soto to stand trial for murder
    In a slip opinion issued late last week, justices on the Ohio Supreme Court announced they had overwhelmingly reversed a lower court’s decision barring the prosecution of Travis Soto on a charge of aggravated murder.
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