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Letters To The Editor

Letter to the Editor Small Business Saturday is Saturday, November 25th.  Please save a few items from your Black Friday shopping list to purchase from your local businesses.  Those businesses not only have what you need, when you need it but give back to their community. As I browsed the Westbend newspaper this week, I…

Mary Ellen Clark

Former Paulding resident, Mary Ellen Clark age 87 died Monday, October 16 at Brookview Health Care Center, Defiance. She was born March 5, 1930 in Farmer, Ohio, daughter of the late Jesse “Don” and Mary (Barnes) Gorrell.  On April 9, 1951 she married Thomas J. Clark who preceded her in death on April 1, 2001. …

Mount Calvary Lutheran Church Celebrates 50/500

Mt. Calvary Lutheran Church, located at 3497 County Rd. 424 in Antwerp, Ohio, is celebrating what they have termed the “50/500.”   The present church building was erected and completed in September 1967, making 2017 a marker of 50 years of ministry at the present location in the Antwerp community.  Further, the 500th anniversary of…

Kiwanis Program Shares Uber-Like Service in Van Wert, County

Kim Bruns (right), NW Ohio Area Manager of Liberty Mobility Now, spoke at a recent Kiwanis meeting in Paulding. Liberty currently serves Van Wert County as a rural and small urban Mobility as a Service MaaS) provider. Available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, Liberty connects individuals with safe, reliable transportation partners. Customers…

Taylor Sarrazine – Indiana FFA State Chorus Secretary

Taylor Sarrazine, daughter of Micheal and Connie Sarrazine, who is a proud Woodlan FFA member was recently elected at the 88th Indiana FFA State Convention as the 2017 – 2018 Indiana State FFA Chorus Vice-President. Taylor enjoys singing, dancing, swimming, show choir, and life guarding. Taylor is excited for the upcoming year. She has been…

Letter To The Editor

Too Much Whine Why are dimms the only ones who feel they can spew out outrageous insults to whomever they please when incidences do not coincide with their political beliefs ? We have a group of fascists showing up to quell someone’s free speech and these fascists come ready for battle. They bring bottles filled…

Antwerp Middle School Pizza Party

During the first week of school, the eighth graders at Antwerp Middle School (AMS) held their annual “profit sharing” pizza party for the AMS Tomato Co-op. As seventh graders, these students planted tomato seeds and sold the plants as part of a class-designed company in Mr. Kurt Tempel’s science class. Once the expenses were deducted…

Antwerp Local School Staff On Local News

On Monday, August 21st, before the start of the first day of school for students, WANE TV visited Antwerp Local School as part of its Back to School feature. Reporter Chris Darby interviewed Dr. Marty Miller, Mr. Travis Lichty, Mrs. Amy Hammer, and Mr. Drew Altimus. Their interviews aired live on the station and then…

Emergency Food And Shelter Funds Available 

Paulding County has been awarded federal funds made available through the Emergency Food and Shelter Program (EFSP). EFSP is a federally funded grant program that is administered by the Department of Homeland Security’s Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). Paulding County will receive $3,829 for Phase 33 (2016) and $3,888 for Phase 34 (2017) to supplement…