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  • Rockets strike quick to defeat Leipsic
    LEIPSIC — Pandora-Gilboa set an early tone at Leipsic Friday night in a battle of unbeaten teams.
  • New Director selected for PCCIC
    PUTNAM COUNTY — Last Wednesday, the board of directors of the Putnam County Community Improvement Corporation was introduced to the agency’s new director. After weeding through dozens of applicants, the CIC’s executive hiring committee selected Amy Sealts to serve as point in matters related to the county’s economic development. Sealts replaces outgoing director Curt Croy, who announced his resignation last July.
  • Rural high-speed internet may soon get a boost

    PUTNAM COUNTY — A bipartisan effort in the Ohio legislature led by local State Senator Cliff Hite (R-Findlay) and Joe Schiavoni (D-Boardman) may soon result in a $50 million per year grant program to advance rural broadband internet access. According to media release provided to the Sentinel, funding for the grant program would come from Ohio Third Frontier bond revenue, an economic development initiative administered by the state. The measure would not require any new taxes, fees, or similar sources of revenue.

  • Sheriff deputies and local police respond to threats of violence towards Columbus Grove students

    This story was updated the morning of Friday, September 22 with new information provided by the Sheriff's Office.

    COLUMBUS GROVE — On the evening of Wednesday, September 20 the Sheriff office received a call from the Ohio school safety tip line about threats of violence being made on social media. These threats were directed towards students of Columbus Grove Local Schools in retaliation for remarks allegedly made by a Columbus Grove student about a student from a school district in Allen County.

    
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  • PUTNAM COUNTY — Last Wednesday, the board of directors of the Putnam County Community Improvement Corporation was introduced to the agency’s new director. After weeding through dozens of applicants, the CIC’s executive hiring committee selected Amy Sealts to serve as point in matters related to the county’s economic development. Sealts replaces outgoing director Curt Croy, who announced his resignation last July.
  • Charles J. "Jim" Critten, Sr., 74, of Leipsic died at 7:23 p.m. Thursday, September 21, 2017 at his residence.
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