Tag: Antwerp

Antwerp Flower Shop and Boutique Opens

By: Lindsey Sharp Petals and Vines in Antwerp, Ohio celebrated its grand opening last Saturday, October 28. This flower shop and boutique offers a wide variety of local art and antiques alongside made-to-order floral arrangements for all occasions. “I am beyond excited to begin our new adventure and hope you will all stop in and…

Richard Lee Hitchcock

Richard Lee Hitchcock, 66, of Antwerp, passed away Thursday, November 9, 2017 at Parkview Regional Medical Center, Fort Wayne. Dick was born in Lima  on August 11, 1951 a son of the late Charles & Mary (Minch) Hitchcock. He retired from General Motors in 2011. He enjoyed bowling, fishing & mushroom hunting. Dick will be…

Latta Speaks at Launch of Antwerp Schools’ Solar Array; Attends Other Meetings in Paulding County

Congressman Bob Latta (R-Bowling Green) participated in a roundtable, toured a manufacturing plant, and spoke at the launch of a brand new solar array in Paulding County. Latta participated in a roundtable discussion at the Paulding County Fairgrounds with county Emergency Management Agency Directors from around Ohio’s 5th Congressional District where they discussed federal efforts…

Smalley – Radabaugh

Tricia Smalley, daughter of Joe and Kathy Smalley of Antwerp and Jimmy Radabaugh, son of Anthony and Amy Radabaugh of Edgerton, will be united in marriage on November 11, 2017 at St. Mary’s Catholic Church in Edgerton, OH. Tricia is a 2012 graduate of Antwerp High School and graduated from Mercy College of Ohio in…

Game Over for Archers at Sectional

The Antwerp Archers took on the Parkway Panthers on Monday, October 16 in the first game of the sectional tournament. The Lady Archers had a phenomenal season early on, but appeared to peak just after half, making it a struggle for the young ladies coming into tournament. Antwerp won the first set and then the…

Rams blank Archers, keep playoff hopes alive

ANTWERP – Tinora entered week nine of the high school football season needing wins in each of its final two games to keep alive its playoff chances for week 11. The Rams got the first half of that equation done on Friday night as the green and white blanked host Antwerp 34-0 in Green Meadows…

Mr. & Mrs. Greg Geyer Celebrate 50 years of Marriage

Greg and Charlene Geyer are celebrating their 50th wedding anniversary on October 28, 2017. They were married at St. Lutheran Church in Paulding in 1967. They have two children: Melissa Deputy of Fort Wayne, IN and Chad (Missy) Geyer of Antwerp. They have five grandchildren and one great-grandchild. The family celebrated the occasion with the…

Quick start propels Aces to Homecoming Win over Archers

HICKSVILLE – It was Homecoming Night in Hicksville Friday night and the hometown Aces wasted no time getting their crowd into the game. Hicksville scored 21 points in the first quarter and the Aces never looked back from there as they cruised to a 47-7 victory over visiting Antwerp. Jake Greer threw for 193 yards…

Bulldogs run past Archers in GMC battle

ANTWERP – Edgerton ran for 386 yards and the Bulldogs scored the game’s first 35 points in rolling past Antwerp 56-13 Friday night in Green Meadows Conference football action. Hunter Prince rushed for 194 yards on 13 carries and Cameron Jordan added 134 yards on nine rushes to lead the Bulldogs, who improve to 5-2…

Habitat Hog Run Raises over $11,000

On Saturday, October 7 area people made the Paulding County Habitat for Humanity a successful date for this year’s Hog Run. This year the Toledo Road Runners worked to make this a very professional and successful run to help Habitat. On this day over $11,000 was raised and they will soon know an exact amount.…

Edgerton, Fairview Top Antwerp Invite

The Archers hosted 9 teams at this year’s Antwerp Cross Country Invitational event on Saturday, October 7 at the Riverside Veteran’s Memorial Park in Antwerp. The morning was the perfect conditions for the running events that involved from elementary all the way to whatever age you were! The day started with the seniors being recognized…