Ask Me… Miss C!

Dear Miss C, Ok so I am terrified. I am 50 years old and getting ready to start dating for the first time in about 30 years. I have invited a young lady out for our first date, and now I am stuck because I don’t know where to take her! Can you give me…

Fat Shaming Leaves Lasting Negative Impressions

The Nurturing Well by: Jill Starbuck More than 30 years ago, I was a sixth grader walking down a hallway when a high school student pointed at me and loudly proclaimed, “Now that’s what I call fat!” I can tell you what I was wearing that day, how I felt afterwards, how I feel about…

Bethel College troupe to perform show about Eusebius Hershey at New Horizons Fellowship in New Haven

The Bethel College Genesians, a traveling drama troupe from Mishawaka, Ind., will perform Sunday, March 1st, at New Horizons Fellowship. The free performance begins at 6:00 p.m. Hershey is described as the first missionary in the history of the Missionary Church to answer the call “to serve Christ in ‘inhospitable lands.’” This season’s production is…

What Are the Basics to Fulfilling Ministry?

Winning the Battle for a Generation by: Pastor Rick Jones There have been times in my ministry when I’ve had to take inventory: what is ministry about, what does it mean to “take care of business” when it comes to fulfilling ministry obligations? There has always been and probably always will be those who would…

Meals Ready to Eat gets Mixed Reviews

Parent volunteer Robert Phillips helps sixth graders Eli Molitor (seated), Rylan Brooks (standing), Carmen Cruz (seated), and Molly Reinhart (holding package).

The Antwerp VFW Post #5087 extended their generosity to Mr. Tempel’s science class at Antwerp Middle School in acquiring some MREs (Meals Ready to Eat). The class explored how chemical heat is used by the military to heat meals in the field. Students prepared 27 different meals and had differing opinions about which meals tasted…

The Dress Event Comes to Antwerp!

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The AHS Class of 2017 After-Prom Committee is sponsoring and organizing a Consignment Prom Dress and other occasion dresses event – The Dress Event. Plan to attend on Saturday, February 28th from 10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. or Sunday, March 1st from 12:00-4:00 p.m. There will be a wide array of dresses to choose from.…

Spring Registration for Free ABLE Classes

Vantage Career Center is offering Adult Basic Literacy Education (ABLE) classes in Paulding County. Many adults attend ABLE classes to refresh basic skills in reading, writing and math, improve skills needed for employment or further education, or prepare for the GED® exam to obtain a high school equivalency diploma. ABLE classes are offered at convenient…

CMH team remind people to Go Red for Women!

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Did you know that heart disease is the #1 killer of women? Each year one in three women will die as a result of heart disease or stroke. CMH team members want to remind you to know your risks and to reduce your risk through health eating and exercise. For more information, visit this site,…

Chamber Awards Expanding Business at Banquet

Award Recipients: Jim Brown (PPEC), Guy Dasher, Erika Willitzer, and Chamber Director Peggy Emerson

The Eagle’s Lodge hosted a full house at the Annual Paulding Chamber Banquet on February 17 and everyone enjoyed a spectacular meal provided by Kim’s Classic Catering. After a few words by the new Chamber Director, Peggy Emerson, the financial reports were read and the ambitions plans for the future were laid out, mentioning both…

Major Drug Bust in Oakwood

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Oakwood, Ohio—On February 23, 2015, a search warrant for narcotics was executed at 113 East Harmon Street in the Village of Oakwood. Investigators with the West Central Ohio Crime Task Force seized suspected heroin and paraphernalia. At the time of the search warrant investigators located four adult residents and six children ranging from 1-16 years…