Thursday, December 18, 2014
  • Quick start propels Raiders past Panthers, 69-54
    HAVILAND – In the annual early-season battle of a pair of county rivals, a quick start proved to be the difference as host Wayne Trace jumped in front quickly and made it stand up en route to a 69-54 win over Paulding Saturday evening.
  • GenFed robbed for second time
    A credit union in Antwerp was the target of a second armed robbery in less than two months.
  • Local calendar of Christmas events
    Christmas is two weeks away! Music, lights, food, fun and helping others are among the holiday events happening this month in Paulding County and nearby. Mark your calendar now to attend:
  • Raiders claim Tip-Off title over Crestview
    VAN WERT – In the final version of the Van Wert County Hospital Tip Off Classic, rivals Wayne Trace and Crestview squared off in the championship contest Saturday night.
    
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  • County’s 2015 appropriations top $5 million
    The Paulding County Commissioners have approved the 2015 annual appropriations to provide the current expenses and other expenditures for Paulding County for the fiscal year ending Dec. 31, 2015. 
  • HAVILAND – Kevin G. Pease, 54, of Haviland, died at 4:25 a.m. Wednesday, Dec. 17 at his residence. 
  • I know, as you read this topic, you thought, “what is he thinking?” With packed, cold, heavy icy snow lying on the ground, where there seems to be no green in the coming future, what has the tree done for you lately? 
  • TOLEDO – The USDA NRCS Environmental Quality Incentives Program (EQIP) provides financial and technical assistance to farmers to implement a wide variety of practices designed to improve resource management. Ohio NRCS recently announced a Jan. 16 deadline. Farmers are welcome to submit applications to EQIP on an ongoing basis. 

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