Thursday, June 21, 2018
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  • It can be hot, as hot as it was Sunday and Monday, and a hot cup of coffee is still the ticket that begins the day.

  • June 21, 1918: On last Friday, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Blosser, residing near Columbus Grove, received word from the Government, that their son Leon, was severely wounded.

  • I don’t know what signals your morning wake-up. My cellphone alarm is set to “Morning Flower,” a gentle canned melody.
  • The Honor Flags for Ottawa and Ottawa township have been located.
  • Rev. Duane Kemerley reminded me of my days at news desks.
  • The following is an excerpt from a presentation given by Bob Kroeger, Veteran Service Officer, Putnam County Veterans Service Commission, during Memorial Day ceremonies in Continental on Monday.
  • The last sad rites over the remains of Mr. John C. Raabe, were held last Wednesday afternoon at two o’clock, from the Lutheran church, Ft. Jennings, where many sorrowing relatives and friends had gathered to pay their last respects to the departed.
  • Two fields faced each other across a one-lane road; one plot with a north easement and the other, south.
  • Farmers in the 81st House District are working harder than ever, but family farmers are hurting.
  • Big Brothers Big Sisters of Putnam is hosting its 7th annual Golf for Kids’ Sake-4 person scramble on Sunday June 24th 2018 at 1 p.m. at Pike Run Golf Club.
  • We went to Minnesota last weekend. This is what we saw.

  • The Draft Board for this county this week, received orders to call for sixty-one men to entrain for camp on next Wednesday, May 29th.
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