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  • Communications takes center state on night two of the Sheriff's Citizen's Academy
    By JOSHUA STRALEY
    Staff Writer
    Week two of the Paulding County Sheriff’s Citizen’s Academy featured the means and methods sheriff’s deputies and dispatchers use to coordinate and respond to emergencies. 
  • Park Board dedicates new boat dock at Five Span Park
    By JUDY WELLS
    Feature Writer
    Saturday morning, Sept. 14 dawned sunny, cool and a bit breezy. It was a perfect day for a boat ride and a picnic lunch on the Auglaize River. And thanks to the Paulding County Parks District board, visitors to the Five Span Park can now do just that.
  • Memory flagpole dedicated at Ft. Brown
    The Oakwood Arbor #759, of the Gleaner Insurance Co. Adrian, Mich. recently held a dedication service on Sept. 1, at Ft. Brown. The event was held during the 100th anniversary celebration of the Oakwood Homecoming. 
  • Lyons takes over United Way
    By JOSHUA STRALEY
    Staff Writer 
    Paulding County United Way is under new leadership. The new director, Lora Lyons, wants to change the organization’s perception and the lives of those in the county she has called home for her entire life. 
    
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  • By BRUCE HEFFLINGER
    Sports Writer
    With the Northwest Conference regular-season boys golf play completed, Kolson Egnor is the front runner for Player of the Year honors.
  • HELEN L. MOTT
    PAULDING: Helen L. Mott, age 100, died Friday, Sept. 13 at The Gardens of Paulding.
  • PAULDING - Paulding Village Council met briefly Tuesday, Sept. 3, considering legislation regulating farm animals in the village, agreeing to replace one block of Walnut Street with concrete pavement and buying a new snow plow.
  • Gordon Water Treatment open for business
    CECIL – Paulding County Economic Development is pleased to welcome Dalton Gordon with Gordon Water Treatment LLC located at 8736 County Road 192 Cecil to the Paulding County business community. 

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Start Time: 10:00 AM
Location: 600 Fairground Drive
PO Box 93
Paulding, OH 45879
End Time: 4:00 PM
Email: jphs45879@yahoo.com
Website: www.facebook.com/jphsmuseum
John Paulding Historical Society Museum is open every Tuesday 10am-4pm. Free admission.
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Start Time: 7:00 AM
Location: 503 Fairground Drive
Paulding, OH 45879
End Time: 5:00 PM
Phone: Highlights info row image (419) 399-5215
Email: pauldingchamber@gmail.com
Website: https://www.facebook.com/flatrockcreekfest
Traditionally held during the third weekend in September, the Flat Rock Creek Fall Festival is a celebration of old time engines and vintage farm equipment. The air is crisp with the cool suggestion of fall, and filled with the smells of apple cider, kettle corn, corn on the cob, and smoke from hot engines. Hundreds of people fill the Paulding County Fairgrounds and enjoy browsing hundreds of craftspeople and flea market stands. Favorites each year include the vendor of old and antique tools, holiday handicrafts from area craftsman, the icy cold goodness of freshly churned ice cream and great food provided by local non-profit agencies. The event features antique tractor pull competitions as well as champion draft horse teams vying for the top pulling honors. Bluegrass, country, and classic rock music draw an audience of 1,000s as they pull up their chairs and lay out their blankets under the stars. Old-time fiddlers, banjos and other musical offerings fill the air with sweet sounds. Folks are hard-pressed to identify all the wonderful smells, tastes and sounds that are overflowing their senses. The Antique and Classic Truck Show is held on the final day of the festival across the street from the Fairgrounds at the John Paulding Historical Museum. Step back in time to see beautifully restored trucks. For more information about this event, call 419-399-5215 or visit www.flatrockcreekfestival.com
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Start Time: 7:00 AM
Location: 503 Fairground Drive
Paulding, OH 45879
End Time: 5:00 PM
Phone: Highlights info row image (419) 399-5215
Email: pauldingchamber@gmail.com
Website: https://www.facebook.com/flatrockcreekfest
Traditionally held during the third weekend in September, the Flat Rock Creek Fall Festival is a celebration of old time engines and vintage farm equipment. The air is crisp with the cool suggestion of fall, and filled with the smells of apple cider, kettle corn, corn on the cob, and smoke from hot engines. Hundreds of people fill the Paulding County Fairgrounds and enjoy browsing hundreds of craftspeople and flea market stands. Favorites each year include the vendor of old and antique tools, holiday handicrafts from area craftsman, the icy cold goodness of freshly churned ice cream and great food provided by local non-profit agencies. The event features antique tractor pull competitions as well as champion draft horse teams vying for the top pulling honors. Bluegrass, country, and classic rock music draw an audience of 1,000s as they pull up their chairs and lay out their blankets under the stars. Old-time fiddlers, banjos and other musical offerings fill the air with sweet sounds. Folks are hard-pressed to identify all the wonderful smells, tastes and sounds that are overflowing their senses. The Antique and Classic Truck Show is held on the final day of the festival across the street from the Fairgrounds at the John Paulding Historical Museum. Step back in time to see beautifully restored trucks. For more information about this event, call 419-399-5215 or visit www.flatrockcreekfestival.com
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