Category: Community

Archer boys fall to Fayette, Jennings

A pair of games over the weekend went the wrong way for the Antwerp boys basketball team as the Archers fell to both Fort Jennings and Fayette last weekend. Against the Eagles, the Archers fell behind 11-2 after one quarter and were unable to recover as Fayette posted a 51-39 victory. The visitors from Fulton…

EAST ALLEN UNIVERSITY STUDENT RECEIVES HIGH HONORS AT STATE LEVEL

INTESOL (Indiana Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages) Journal editors accepted original K-12 ELL student artwork for consideration for the cover of the Fall 2017 journal issue. Artwork of any medium such as sketching, painting, sculpture, collage, etc… were accepted from several students throughout the State of Indiana. The 2017 Fall journal cover…

Synergy does fall clean-up

Students from SYNERGY Learning Center recently spent time at Hiestand Woods Park in Van Wert, doing a fall clean-up, and putting picnic tables away for winter.  The students are:  Owen Denny (Wayne Trace), Michael Nash (Van Wert), Justin Roberts (Van Wert), Larry Stahl (Wayne Trace) James West (Lincolnview), Max Maroney (Crestview), Mr. Dan Kline (SYNERGY…

Paulding Putnam Electric’s Heather Hunt Graduates from Two Year Training Program

Paulding Putnam Electric Cooperative (PPEC) would like to congratulate Human Resource Manager Heather Hunt for recently graduating from a leadership course called RELITE, which stands for: Rural Electric Leaders in Training Exchange. RELITE is a two-year program created to help develop cooperative employees into knowledgeable, committed and effective leaders for their cooperatives and communities. Hunt…

NSCC’s Medical Assisting AND Phlebotomy Technician Students Recognized in Ceremony

Nine students completing Northwest State Community College’s medical assisting associate degree or phlebotomy technician certificate program were recently recognized in a special ceremony held for the graduates. Both options lead to entry-level positions in the health care field, and students earning the phlebotomy technician certificate may choose to continue their education for an associate degree…

Rain forest Live @ Antwerp Elementary

On Monday, December 4, 2017, The Rainforest Live out of Wapakoneta visited Antwerp Elementary School to give students a rainforest experience through an educational assembly during the school day and a full-length show later that evening. Students were able to see and learn about monkeys, birds, snakes, lemurs, alligators, and sloths up close and personal.

No Shave November @ pc sheriff’s office

Sheriff Landers’ employees donated money to participate in “No Shave November” with their donations going to “Pretty in Pink Fund”. This non- profit fund was created in memory of Elaine Manz to assist with financial needs for cancer patients.

Paulding FFA Chapter Competes at District Job Interview Contest

By: Emma Horstman, Paulding FFA Reporter Recently, three Paulding FFA members headed to Arlington for the district Job Interview CDE. They were able to compete at district after placing 1st or 2nd in the sub-district job interview at Kalida on November 6th.  Members who competed were Junior Kalyn Strahley, Sophomore Kaylie Tressler, and Freshman Sydney…

students recognized for winning poster contest

Fourth grade Antwerp Elementary students Brianna Dzib and Amelia Graham were recently recognized for winning the annual recycling poster contest sponsored by Paulding County Waste Management Education and Awareness (WMEA). Dzib won first place at Antwerp and earned $25 for her artwork. Graham was one of four county winners who will have her artwork displayed…

68th Annual Paulding SWCD Banquet Highlights Many Accomplishments

By: Patrick Troyer, Education Specialist Recently, the Paulding SWCD held its 68th Annual Banquet & Supervisor Election “A Community Conservation Celebration”. The community came out to celebrate a year’s worth of many great accomplishments for the Paulding Soil & Water Conservation District in the areas of technical assistance, educational programming, nutrient management, ditch maintenance, and…

Panthers Lay Down the Law in Court

The Panthers opened up their boys basketball season with the first game on Friday, December 1 taking place at home against Continental. This night opened strong for the home team. These boys were fast and hit the target from the beginning after Ethan Rhonehouse tipped the ball to his players. Five 3-point baskets laid the…