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  • Today's News Briefs July 19

      Today’s News Briefs – July 19, 2012 Antwerp Class of 1962 will be celebrating 50th anniversary ANTWERP – The Antwerp High School Class of 1962 will celebrate at the 2012 Antwerp School Reunion on Aug. 10-11.   ...
  • Photo gallery: Storm Damage Payne/Grover Hill/Oakwood

    Progress photos of storm damage from June 29, 2012 in the areas of Payne, Grover Hill and Oakwood. Click on image to view slideshow. Please leave a comment after you view! Also, feel free to share via Facebook. Thank you for watching.   ...
  • Ohio Victims of Damaging Winds and Severe Weather Eligible for Reduced Interest Rates through Renew & Rebuild Programs

        COLUMBUS - Residents across Ohio impacted by damaging winds and severe weather during storms the weekend of June 30 could be eligible for emergency assistance in the form of reduced interest rates on loans under Ohio Treasurer Josh Mandel's Rene...
  • State offers insurance claim tips to help those impacted by severe weather

      COLUMBUS – Ohio Lieutenant Governor and Department of Insurance Director Mary Taylor is advising Ohioans impacted by recent severe weather on how they should attend to damaged property and offered tips on the insurance claim filing process. Taylor a...
  • Troopers investigating injury crash near Antwerp

    ANTWERP – The Ohio State Highway Patrol’s Van Wert Post is investigating a serious injury crash that occurred at 12:45 a.m. Monday morning, June 18 on U.S. 24 at the intersection of County Road 21, Carryall Township, in Paulding County. The crash was ...
  • State Patrol investigating fatal crash near Paulding

      PAULDING – The Ohio State Highway Patrol’s Van Wert Post is investigating a fatal crash that occurred at 2:00 P. M. Sunday afternoon on US127 just north of SR613, Paulding Township, in Paulding County.  The crash was approximately three miles sou...
  • State Patrol investigating serious injury motorcycle crash

      PAYNE – The Ohio State Highway Patrol’s Van Wert Post is investigating a serious injury crash on SR49 at SR114 south of Payne, in Paulding County, Benton Township.  The crash occurred at 11:19 AM Monday, May 28. A 2011 Harley Davidson motorcycle...
  • Groups to conduct Memorial Day Services

    By NANCY WHITAKER Progress Staff Writer Memorial Day activities in honor of deceased veterans will be held around the county on Monday, May 30. The public is encouraged to share in these Memorial Day activities. Please, take a few minutes from your...
  • Today's News Briefs April 27

    Today’s News Briefs – April 27, 2012 Mark Twain 100 years later PAULDING — The Paulding County Carnegie Library will present Mark Twain, 100 years later at 7 p.m., Wednesday, May 7, at the Youth Leadership Building at the Paulding County Fairgroun...
  • Varsity games of the week April 25

    Varsity Games of the Week Softball Paulding 9 LCC 1   Wayne Trace 13 Miller City 3   Crestview 5 Wayne Trace 0   Antwerp 5 Bryan 0   Lincolnview 4 Paulding 3   Ayersville 3 Wayne Trace 1   Antwerp 4 North Central 2 Antwerp 6 ...
  • Today's News Briefs April 23

      Today’s News Briefs – April 23, 2012 River otter going on display at museum KALIDA – Last January, a river otter was accidentally caught in a raccoon trap. It was the first river otter seen in Putnam County in 100 years. Today the Putnam Count...
  • Today's News Briefs April 20

    Today’s News Briefs – April 20, 2012 Special needs classrooms across Ohio receive $200,000 in funding for assistive technology initiatives COLUMBUS – eTech Ohio announces the recipients of 20 $10,000 Mobile Assistive Technology grants. Funds were...
  • Today's News Briefs April 18

      Today’s News Briefs – April 18, 2012 An old sport offered a new opportunity in Antwerp ANTWERP – With the help of the Paulding County Area Foundation, the Antwerp Community Fellowship & Care Campus (ACFCC) board has just finalized the purc...
  • Varsity games of the week April 18

    Varsity Games of the Week Softball Crestview 15 Paulding 1   Antwerp 10 Wayne Trace 4   Montpelier 5 Paulding 2   Fairview 3 Antwerp 2   Paulding 14 Delphos Jeff. 0   Wayne Trace 10 Tinora 0   Antwerp 13 Lincolnview 2   Par...
  • School bus/van crash slideshow

    On Tuesday, April 17 at approximately 4:30 p.m., a Hicksville school bus collided with a van at the intersection of Ohio 111 and Ohio 49 between Payne and Antwerp. Several persons were injured. Samaritan air ambulance reportedly took two people from the s...
  • Today's News Briefs April 17

      Today’s News Briefs – April 17, 2012 Nature walk slated at local preserve CECIL – The Black Swamp Conservancy will be conducting a nature walk in the Forrest Woods Nature Preserve on Saturday, April 28 beginning at 10 a.m.   John Jaeger, fo...
  • Today's News Briefs April 16

      Today’s News Briefs – April 16, 2012 Taking applications for Head Start NOCAC Head Start is now taking applications in Defiance, Henry, Fulton, Paulding, and Williams counties. This is a free preschool program for income eligible 3-5 year olds. ...
  • Today's News Briefs April 13

      Today’s News Briefs – April 13, 2012 Relay For Life team garage sale The Relay For Life team Cancer-vive is having a five-family garage sale next weekend, April 20-21, at 608 S. Erie St. in Antwerp. All proceeds will be donated to the Relay team...
  • Chief Good Neighbor Day is April 17

    Chief Supermarket to donate a portion of sales to local food pantries. Be a Good Neighbor. Help us fight hunger in our community. DEFIANCE — The effects of the downturn in our economy are being felt in West Central and Northwest Ohio, where the numbe...
  • Today's News Briefs April 12

    Today’s News Briefs – April 12, 2012   Mark Twain: 100 Years Later! PAULDING – “The only sure things are death and taxes. But at least death doesn’t get worse every year.” – Mark Twain. Come and be a part of living literary history as Ma...