Paulding County Newswire (Page 2)

Paulding County Newswire (Page 2)

Comprehensive Real-Time News Feed for Paulding County, OH. (Page 2)

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  1. Drug problems, peace among concerns for 2017Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 3 | The Times Bulletin

    ... I realized that I had survived through some of the most trying days that have been dealt to me," commented Paulding County's Jillene Mayer McMichael. "I have also been blessed with some of the best. I have realized some fairly tough challenges, but ...

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  2. Library to hold free genealogy workshopRead the original story

    Tuesday Jan 3 | Paulding Progress

    PAULDING The Paulding County Carnegie Library will hold a genealogy workshop from 6-7:45 p.m. on Thursday, Jan. 12 at the main library in Paulding. This free workshop will cover basic information to help get your started on tracing your family's roots.

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  3. Commissioners' Journal Dec. 12 - " 2017 appropriationsRead the original story

    Tuesday Jan 3 | Paulding Progress

    ... is the Eaton Cemetery site. He assured the commissioners once decided on, the site will be maintained by the Paulding County Park District. Zartman expressed concern over placing the launch site at the Eaton Cemetery location. He is concerned about ...

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  4. O Christmas tree ... what do we do with you now?Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 2 | Paulding Progress

    ... is then used for landscaping in parks and recreation areas or as a covering for walkways and hiking paths. Paulding County does not have any of these recycling stations, however, so homeowners are left to come up with alternative ideas for disposing ...

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  5. Mary GrayRead the original story

    Monday Jan 2 | The Times Bulletin

    She was born March 27, 1923, in Paulding County, the daughter of Fredrick and Bessie Mae Hartwig, both preceded her in death. She is survived by a son, Rex Gray, Paulding; five grandchildren; four great grandchildren; brothers, Fred Hartwig of Van Wert and Ray Hartwig of Haviland; and sisters, Frieda Hammons of Cloverdale and Deanna Adkins of Oak Hill, Ohio.

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  6. Slideshow - 2016: The Year In Progress Front PagesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 29 | Paulding Progress

    Top stories of the year in Paulding County, as reflected by the front pages of the Paulding County Progress from Jan. 1-Dec. 31, 2016.

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  7. Commissioners' Journal Dec. 7Read the original story

    Tuesday Dec 27 | Paulding Progress

    The commissioners inquired as to the progress on the adoption policy. Renollet has contacted other counties and is in the process of writing a policy for Paulding County.

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  8. Work begins on 4-H horse barnRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 27 | Paulding Progress

    ... like to make a tax-deductible donation to the 4-H horse barn renovation project, make checks payable to the Paulding County Area Foundation and write "horse barn" on the memo line. For more information, contact Lisa McClure at the foundation office, ...

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  9. 2016 Year In Review Part 1Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 27 | Paulding Progress

    Paulding County residents experienced a turbulent year punctuated by several unusual events: a tornado, two fires that destroyed long-time businesses, the discovery of a homicide victim and a double murder. The year also marked some new beginnings and some milestones and achievements .

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  10. Bargain bin opensRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 27 | Paulding Progress

    PROCRASTINATOR'S PARADISE The Bargain Bin of Paulding County concluded its three-day special Christmas sale event Dec. 19-21 at its new facility. Rhonda Smalley said business was brisk during the sale and those who attended expressed appreciation for the service and excitement for the building project.

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  11. Christmas brings mixed feelings to area residentsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 23 | The Times Bulletin

    VAN WERT/PAULDING COUNTY - Nearly all area residents agree that the real meaning of Christmas comes from deep within, from memories that remain as treasures of their hearts, well beyond material and financial expectations, connected in many cases to the gift of the Christ child Himself. Haviland resident Steve Bowersox reflected a sense of that spirit when he explained the meaning of Christmas in his heart.

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  12. Nutrient Management Plan development to be offered in PauldingRead the original story

    Friday Dec 23 | Paulding Progress

    PAULDING Ohio State University Extension Nutrient Management Plan writers will make two visits to Paulding County to assist farmers in developing free Nutrient Management Plans in the Western Lake Erie Basin of Ohio. The program is for grain, vegetable, hay producers and/or non-CAFO livestock producers.

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  13. Looking back on a centennial celebrationRead the original story

    Friday Dec 23 | Paulding Progress

    ... that the library would serve the entire county through book deposit stations. Mr. Carnegie agreed, and the Paulding County Carnegie Library became the first Carnegie funded library in the United States to serve an entire county. In 2013, we ...

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  14. Paulding County BriefsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 22 | Douglas County Sentinel

    All Paulding County Government offices will be closed Friday, Dec. 23, and Monday, Dec. 26, in observance of Christmas. Offices will re-open, Tuesday, Dec. 27 at 8 a.m. During a Level 2 Drought Response, outdoor landscape watering is only allowed two days a week determined by odd and even-numbered addresses.

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  15. McIver named new 4-H agent in PauldingRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 22 | Douglas County Sentinel

    Paulding County welcomes Patty McIver as the new 4-H agent with Paulding County UGA Extension. Patty assumed this position on Dec. 1 and has hit the ground running.

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  16. Austin delivers farewell address as BOC chairmanRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 22 | Douglas County Sentinel

    Paulding County Commission Chairman David Austin gave his final address as Commission Chairman to Paulding business leaders at the December Chamber Luncheon in Dallas. Austin titled his remarks "Thanks for the Memories" and tracked his two-term career as Paulding's Commission Chairman, which began in 2009 and concludes with the final December Board of Commissioners meeting.

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  17. ABLE orientation setRead the original story

    Thursday Dec 22 | The Times Bulletin

    Find Apollo Career Center's ABLE/GED /ESOL in the surrounding five county areas, including: Allen, Auglaize, Mercer, Van Wert and Paulding counties. The next orientation for all five county locations will be held Tuesday, Jan. 10, 2017, or Monday, Jan. 9, 2017, at Allen County Ohio Means Jobs location.

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  18. Nurturing poinsettias beyond the holiday seasonRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 21 | The Times Bulletin

    It is possible to nurture a poinsettia long after the holiday season. In fact, says Sarah Noggle, Ohio State University Extension educator in Paulding County, the beautiful flowers that have traditionally become associated with the Christmas season can actually be extended for years if they are given the proper and precise care.

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  19. Rematch Repeat: Lady Canes roll in mirror-image winRead the original story

    Wednesday Dec 21 | Daily Tribune News

    Just like over the weekend, a big second-quarter run saw the Cartersville Lady Canes basketball team separate from Paulding County, and a consistent effort down the stretch brought them home for a blowout win Wednesday. The Lady Canes ran over Paulding for the second time in five days, beating the Lady Patriots 62-37 behind double-digit scoring nights from India Reid, Madison McKinney and DeAsia Jefferson.

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  20. Canes pull away from Paulding for second straight winRead the original story

    Wednesday Dec 21 | Daily Tribune News

    Inside? Outside? It didn't matter for T.J. Horton Wednesday as the junior scored 15 fourth-quarter points and 24 overall to lead Cartersville to a 69-52 victory over Paulding County. Horton hit two 3-pointers and also battled inside for two tough putbacks in his fourth-quarter barrage, showing off a wide range of skills to give the Canes the victory in a rematch of Saturday's shootout between the two teams.

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