Monday, May 20, 2019
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  • The search by Mrs. John Lammers for her daughter, Anna, ended last week, when word was received that her body had been found in Buffalo.
  • Nobody ever wants the nightmare that your house is on fire.
  • Have you ever been made uncomfortable by people who have accused you of benefiting from white privilege, male privilege or being an Old White Guy (OWG)?
  • As Ohioans filed their taxes this spring, more and more people saw President Trump’s and Congressional Republicans’ tax scam for what it really is – a handout to millionaires and billionaires at the expense of working families.
  • While engaged in tearing down a shed on the farm of Ben R. Recker, one and one-half miles south of Continental, Ben Westenbarger, 35, of Kalida, was instantly killed.
  • There are so many things we take for granted.
  • How concerned should we be about America’s $22 trillion National Debt? The Treasury Dept. tells us that amount is $67,000 for every man, woman and child in this country and the debt load is only going to escalate.
  • The trophy Train, consisting of seven or eight cars loaded with trophys captured during the worldwide war, arrived in Ottawa on last Tuesday evening at 6:10 o’clock P.M. and remained here until 10:30 o’clock.
  • Spring is not the time to engage in the Noble Silence, the Buddhist search for the beautiful state of mind that comes when one’s mind is free from rambling thoughts.
  • Are you the same person you were 25, 35 or 50 years ago? Should you be defined or held accountable solely for a few reckless actions you may have done when you were a teenager, or a college student?
  • If we want hard work to pay off, we have to get the cost of college under control.
  • Happy National Joe Day! If your name is Joe, this is your day to celebrate the label your parents gave you somewhere around the day that you first breathed cool air.
  • Last week a large barn on the farm of Jesse Blakely, one and a half miles north of Ft. Jennings, this county, was destroyed by fire, together with a large amount of grain and hay and many agricultural implements.
  • I feel compelled to write regarding the article in the March 6 edition of the PC Sentinel. Growing up in a loving family, on a farm in Putnam County, I dare to say, we would wish the best for all of our siblings. The world seems to have changed. Everywhere you look, there is dissension and ill will.
  • Last week Ottawa-Glandorf High School hosted the Division IV girls district basketball tournaments. We thank them for their hospitality, but that is not the point of this letter.
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