Tag: Antwerp

POTACC & 3 Others Cross the Border

On Sunday February 11th, POTACC and 3 other members of the Antwerp Conservation Club crossed the state border to compete in a High Power match held at Fort Wayne Rifle and Revolver. Club members in attendance were Alex Campbell, Aaron Kohler, Gary Mabis and Keith Mueller. It was a 100 yard, offhand, center fire rifle…

Mt. Calvary Lenten Activities

Members and friends of Mt Calvary Lutheran Church in Antwerp participated in a Family Lenten Project on an icy February 11 Sunday morning. A Lenten display featuring a cross and symbols of Christ’s crucifixion and resurrection was fashioned by each family for use at home and sharing with others. A Song for Lent was learned…

Area Sports Round Up

Lady Panthers roll past Ada ADA – Paulding held a slim lead after 1 quarter and broke the contest open from there in rolling to a 68-41 victory over Ada in Northwest Conference girls basketball action Thursday night. The Lady Panthers were on top 15-13 after 1 quarter before opening the game up in the…

Stan’s Ramblings: The End of the Pentagon

By: Stan Jordan We finished using a story from Wikipedia about the big Pentagon in Washington D.C. it is considered the biggest office building in the world. Now we are going to do a story on the remodeling of the White House in Washington in the late 1940’s and 50’s when Harry S. Truman was…

Mike & Belinda Renno Announce Retirement

A fixture couple in Antwerp, Ohio finish their work in the small town and move on. Mike and Belinda Renno have officially announced their retirement. Mike and Belinda have owned the Antwerp Pharmacy for many years. Belinda actually started at the pharmacy back in 1978. She then left for a few years, but came back…

Rams Hold Off Archers for GMC Win

ANTWERP – Tinora improved to 9-5 overall on the season and 3-1 in the Green Meadows Conference with a 39-36 win over Antwerp in boys basketball action Friday night. Tinora jumped in front 14-8 after one quarter and held a 22-17 advantage at the midway point of the contest. The Rams were on top 28-23…

Robert “Bing” Bissell,

ANTWERP, OHIO Robert “Bing” Bissell, 92, of Payne passed away Friday, January 19, 2018 at Chandler, AZ Memory Care. Bing was born in Antwerp, Ohio on January 2, 1926, a son of the late Gertrude Hattie (Bissell) Ours and Harry Ronless Bissell. He proudly served in the U.S. Navy as a Seaman 1C in WW…

Close Match for Archers/Aces

The Lady Aces travelled to the Antwerp home court on Friday, January 19. The program was set up for the veterans by the Ohio High School Athletic Association. They set this date for the schools in Ohio to honor the veterans in their community. Athletic Director, Drew Altimus, scheduled everything with the men and women…

Community Memorial Hospital Looks to Expand in Antwerp

Right now, it looks as if the facility has been out grown and is in very much need of an expansion. The property previously known as River Street Market and prior to that was Kammeyer Market, has been purchased from Tommy Claire who bought the lot after the fire destroyed the building on the premises.…

Oakwood Elementary Spelling Bee winners

Oakwood Elementary held their annual Spelling Bee on Friday, January 5th.  After several rounds of competition, Jamy Hunt correctly spelled “barrette” to be this year’s Spelling Bee Champion!  She will compete in the Paulding County Spelling Bee at Antwerp on February 6th.  Royce Cooper and Victoria Quiroz are the Spelling Bee Runners Up!  Congratulations Jamy,…

Cathleen Joy Harris

CATHLEEN JOY HARRIS, 89, passed away Saturday, January 13, 2018, at Hickory Creek at Hicksville. Born in Paulding County, Ohio on April 11, 1928 to Orvel and Florence (Manson) Keck, Joy was a homemaker and had been active in many community organizations, including Milan Homemakers, Woodlan Band Parents, and the March of Dimes. She held…