Tuesday, October 21, 2014
 
  • State-ranked Tinora stops Archers 48-6
    DEFIANCE – The Antwerp Archers knew it would be an uphill battle last Friday night. Traveling to Tinora, the Rams were undefeated, ranked at the top of region 20 in play off points while being ranked at No. 4 in the Division VI state rankings. When the final gun sounded, it was the Rams still undefeated at 8-0 overall and 5-0 in GMC play as they derailed the Archers 48-6.
  • Explosive Columbus Grove offense too much for Panthers
    Paulding’s Panthers ran into an explosive offense on Friday night and came out on the short end of the game with a 42-0 loss to a powerful Columbus Grove team.
  • Trio of runners move on to regionals
    District cross country meets were held on Saturday with three Paulding County runners advancing to the regional meet this coming Saturday in Tiffin.
  • Ribbon cutting Payne bank
    The new Antwerp Exchange Bank in Payne had its grand opening and a ribbon cutting on Friday, Oct. 17.
    
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  • DEFIANCE – The Antwerp Archers knew it would be an uphill battle last Friday night. Traveling to Tinora, the Rams were undefeated, ranked at the top of region 20 in play off points while being ranked at No. 4 in the Division VI state rankings. When the final gun sounded, it was the Rams still undefeated at 8-0 overall and 5-0 in GMC play as they derailed the Archers 48-6. 
  • HAVILAND – Mildred “Millie” Rotzoll, 58, of Haviland, passed away Sunday, Oct. 19. 
  • The travel industry calls this the shoulder season. No longer summer, when travel is at its highest point and vacationers are taking advantage of the beautiful summer weather, but not yet winter, when people book their escapes from normal life and cold weather to places where summer perpetually reigns. 

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