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  • County to implement prison alternatives
    A pilot initiative begun in 2016 to reduce the number of inmates sent to Ohio State prisons for one year or less has proved successful enough to be expanded statewide on a voluntary basis, and Putnam County is taking advantage of the funding.
  • A 'Supreme' opportunity realized
    Ohio’s Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, Maureen O’Connor, arrived with a warning for the students assembled at Ottawa-Glandorf High School last Wednesday.
  • Help Brock beat cancer
    Before March 7, 2018, Brock Meader was a typical happy, healthy, fun-loving six year old.
  • Hawkey's Pharmacy in Grove to close
    First opened by George Hawkey in 1948, Hawkey’s Pharmacy’s final day of business will be Saturday, April 21, following approximately 70 years in business.
    
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  • A pilot initiative begun in 2016 to reduce the number of inmates sent to Ohio State prisons for one year or less has proved successful enough to be expanded statewide on a voluntary basis, and Putnam County is taking advantage of the funding.
  • Paul A. Schieber, 80, of Miller City died 6:31 a.m. Tuesday, April 17, 2018 at The Meadows of Leipsic.
  • I had the opportunity to chaperone a trip to our nation’s capitol this past week with 7th and 8th graders from St. Mary’s School in Leipsic. It was a phenomenal experience, to see...
  • O-G's 24th annual Dinner Theater
    Ottawa-Glandorf High School’s 24th annual Dinner Theater. “A Year in Songs” featured a variety of genres and time periods that took the audience on a musical journey.
  • “Children should be seen and not heard” is a saying familiar to most of us. Just as many parents don’t cotton to the saying — certainly not in retail stores, where tired wails reverberate off high ceilings.

  • During Monday evening’s meeting of Kalida’s village council, the Park Board submitted its goals for 2018, to be completed through cooperation with the village.
Amore Per Te
Amore Per Te by the Columbus Grove High School Band Chorus
A Veteran and Star serve together
2017 Putnam County Art Show
Glandorf Elementary and ONU students do STEM projects together
2017 "Run for the Roses" Hospice Benefit

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