Monday, July 6, 2020
  • God isn't done with Snip
    God isn't done with Snip
    After spending over two months in the hospital, Paulding resident Dan Vogel is finally recovering at home.

    Vogel is a longtime barber with a shop on the square in Paulding. Many of his friends and customers know him by the nickname of “Snip”. He is one of the Paulding County residents who contracted the COVID-19 virus.
  • Peaceful protest congregates around Courthouse
    Peaceful protest congregates around Courthouse
    By JENNIFER DEMPSEY
    Progress Editor
    PAULDING – On Sunday, June 14, over 60 people gathered together on the courthouse lawn. Almost everyone was wearing a mask and quite a few were carrying signs.
  • Paulding County 4-H and FFA kids stay resilient
    Paulding County 4-H and FFA kids stay resilient
    From Sarah Noggle, Extension Educator, Agriculture, and Natural Resources, Paulding County with an excerpt from Michael Schweinsberg, Extension Educator, 4-H Youth Development
    This week is one of my favorite weeks of the year, but this year, this week is bittersweet. Usually, the first county fair in the State of Ohio, our fairgrounds and barns, are sitting empty. You won’t hear the laughter of 4-H and FFA members from the barns.
  • First Federal Bank and Home Savings Bank reveal new logo and brand identity
    First Federal Bank and Home Savings Bank reveal new logo and brand identity
    DEFIANCE – First Federal Bank of the Midwest (First Federal Bank) and Home Savings Bank, recently revealed their newly designed logo and brand identity for Premier Bank including their “Powered by People” tagline that honors the longstanding commitment both banks have to their customers, communities and employees. The combined 78 branches will begin adopting the Premier Bank name and branding platform in June and complete the transition in conjunction with full system integration from their merger in mid-July.
    
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  • After spending over two months in the hospital, Paulding resident Dan Vogel is finally recovering at home.

    Vogel is a longtime barber with a shop on the square in Paulding. Many of his friends and customers know him by the nickname of “Snip”. He is one of the Paulding County residents who contracted the COVID-19 virus.
  • Sinn signs with Ohio Dominican
    Wayne Trace graduating senior Claire Sinn has signed a National Letter of Intent to further her academic and athletic career at Ohio Dominican University in Columbus.
  • PAULDING – Paulding Village Council held an abbreviated meeting Tuesday, Feb. 18, briefly reviewing several recent committee meetings and scheduling several more.

    The meeting was postponed one day due to the Presidents Day holiday on Monday.
  • It is Tuesday evening here in Michigan at the Eicher homestead. All is quiet with only son Kevin and daughter Loretta home with Joe and me. The rest of our children here at home went to a wedding for supper.

    Daughter Susan and Mose are making living quarters in the finished side of our pole barn. They are over at their home tonight working on their garden, house, etc. We are enjoying having our grandchildren living next door to us for the time being.
  • This was submitted by an anonymous source. The majority of the information written is by the author, there are parts that have been adjusted by staff to accompany the author. The author has written this piece as an attempt to reach out for help from the community.

    Many of you will never forget the beautiful little girl who stole our hearts in 2011. Little Lilliana (Lilly) Rose Dearing who fought a short, yet powerful, ten week battle to overcome a deadly and rare D.I.P.G brain tumor. Sadly, little Lilly lost her battle April 2, 2011.

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