Tuesday, September 16, 2014
  • Weary travelers
    A couple of weeping willow trees and a pine tree in the yard of Steve and Deb Plummer, on Road 82 near Latty, played host to several hundred migrating monarch butterflies on Monday.
  • Antwerp bank opens Payne branch
    The doors opened on Monday to the new Payne Banking Center of the Antwerp Exchange Bank, located at the corner of Main and Merrin streets in downtown Payne. “Now we have everything,” said Geoffrey Hyman, vice president of Antwerp Exchange Bank, who heads up the Payne location.
  • Panthers take control early to claw to their first win
    The Paulding Panther football team had been handled easily in its first two games and a win on Friday night would certainly take away some of the sting to a tough start. For the Antwerp Archers, a win on the road to even their record would be a bonus to their season. One of the teams would find success on the gridiron Friday night while the other would walk off the field still searching for answers to a lackluster start.
    
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  • Raiders have no answer  for Zaleski, Knights
    Wayne Trace entered Friday’s game at Crestview in virtually a must-win situation. As for the OHSAA playoffs, the Raiders missed out on securing much needed non-league playoff points. 
  • Jim Jackson
    PAULDING – James “Jim” John Jackson, age 67, died Tuesday, Sept. 16 at his residence. 
  • The Paulding Village Council held its regular meeting Monday, Sept. 15. Among the items of business were a new sidewalk for a village-owned lot, Safe Routes project and more street repairs. 
  • REBEKAH BECKMAN and COREY KIPFER
    PAYNE – Steven and Tane Beckman, of Hoagland, Ind., announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Rebekah Rose, to Corey William Kipfer, the son of Donald and Marlene Kipfer, of Payne. 
  • It was August of 1962 and I was excited as any junior high boy could be. A group of energetic boys met in front of our Sunday School teacher’s house for a “first” for most of us. We were going to a major league ball game in Cincinnati. 
  • The “ALS” ice bucket challenge has taken the country by storm in recent weeks. But, even though there has been a lot of publicity about these challenges, there are still many people who don't know much about ALS, also known as Lou Gehrig’s Disease. 

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