Parkinson’s Program

Pictured are participants in Paulding County Hospital’s first Delay the Disease program for Parkinson’s Disease. The twelve-week long program features…

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Woodlan Girls fall to Leo Despite 4th Quarter Lead

Rivals Leo and Woodlan Girls Basketball met at the Warrior home court on Thursday, January 30. The home team got off to a fantastic start and the game looked like Woodlan had the Lions in a trap with all the points Gerbers was putting through the hoop. The second quarter was reversed but only by…

Wayne Trace Girls Trounce Tinora

Green Meadows Conference Rivals Tinora and Wayne Trace fought it over girls basketball at the Palace on Thursday, January 30. The home JV team lost the first game 30-15. The varsity game started with Wayne Trace scoring the first basket. The Rams retaliated with a basket of their own. The first half ended with the…

Local Art Teachers Compete in Snow Fest

Recently, some local artists traveled to Frankenmuth Michigan for their annual Snow Fest Snow Carving competition. Unfortunately, they did not place this year but as always had fun competing , and completing their project. Sandy Dobbelaere PHS Art teacher Kinsey Dobbelaere Lincolnview HS Art Teacher and Eric Miller, Frucheys Iron Worker were Team Ohio World…

Drown Out Dry Weather

The Nurturing Well by: Jill Starbuck Have you noticed that you don’t seem to drink as much water during the dry winter months? We don’t seem to get as thirsty because the weather is cooler and our body temperatures are lower. We aren’t working up a sweat as often. However, water is essential to our…

Paulding Students Job Shadow at PCH

Pictured are Ashlyn Laney, Sue Beck, and Andrea Singer. Ashlyn and Andrea, both seniors at Paulding High School, recently job shadowed at Paulding County Hospital. Job shadowing is a vital component in deciding upon a healthcare career and is considered when assessing application for scholarships. The Paulding County Hospital Foundation awarded $6,500 in scholarships last…