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Galaxy International Purchasing, LLC, Cincinnati, was granted an agreed judgment of $15,971.58, plus interest and costs from Kelly M. Selby, Columbus Grove. The judgment includes $300 payments made payable by the 15th day of the month. May 17. Crystal Warner, 32, Lima, was sentenced to eight months in jail for...
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Putnam rape suspect waives speedy trial rights

OTTAWA — An Ottawa man charged with raping a woman who prosecutors say was “substantially impaired” due to her advanced state of intoxication at the time of the alleged incident on Thursday waived his constitutional right to a speedy trial. Brian Gonzales, 33, appeared before Putnam County...
PUTNAM COUNTY, OH
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This week’s updates on the coronavirus pandemic

• There was one death attributed to COVID-19 reported in Allen County in the last week, according to the Ohio Department of Health. • Community transmission, or the probability of being exposed to the virus, is high in Allen, Auglaize, Hardin, Putnam and Van Wert counties, according to the CDC. Still, CDC data indicated the overall disease burden in the region remains low, as only 1.1% of inpatient hospital beds were in use by COVID-19 patients.
ALLEN COUNTY, OH
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Investigators Seek Information in Putnam County Arson

State Fire Marshal offers reward for information on Leipsic arson. The fire started in a detached garage at a home at 17 E. Center St in Leipsic. The owner came home and saw evidence of the fire after it self-extinguished. Investigators from the fire marshal's office say the fire was intentionally set and they are offering a reward of up to $5,000 for any information that leads to the arrest of the person or people responsible. You can report information by calling the Leipsic Fire Department at 410-943-2421 or the State Fire Marshal's tip line at 1-800-589-2728.
LEIPSIC, OH
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USDA awards grant for Ottoville Industrial Park expansion

OTTOVILLE — A revolving loan fund is set to be established to help fund improvements made to the Ottoville Industrial Park, thanks to a grant announced Tuesday by the U.S. Department of Agriculture. The $300,000 grant is part of the USDA’s Rural Economic Development Loan and Grant Program, with...
OTTOVILLE, OH
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FAA awards grants to four local airports for improvements

Local airports are getting federal funding to make some improvements. The Federal Aviation Administration has awarded grants to six airports in Northwest Ohio totaling more than $4.6 million. The Allen County Regional Airport got $141,660 to replace a piece of equipment to help airplanes on their approach to the runaway.
ALLEN COUNTY, OH
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Putnam County court records

Matthew P. Mailhot, 42, Painesville, was sentenced to one day in jail for telecommunications harassment. He was placed on five years community control and must successfully complete all counseling and treatment recommended and have no contact with the victim. Barbara Lauth, Ottawa, and Thomas Lauth, Ottawa, were granted a dissolution...
PUTNAM COUNTY, OH
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Continental Local Schools Board of Education Meeting – May 17, 2022

The regular meeting for the Continental School Board was held at 6:00 p.m. on May 17, 2022 in the administration. office. The meeting was called to order by board president Dean Bidlack, who opened the meeting with the Pledge of. Allegiance. Hearing of the Public:. Mrs. Tracy Potts, Elementary Principal,...
CONTINENTAL, OH
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Area airports receive FAA grant funding

LIMA — U.S. Sen. Sherrod Brown, D-Ohio, announced Thursday that three area airports will benefit from grants issued by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). The Allen County Regional Airport Authority and Board of Commissioners received $141,660 to install a replacement Runway 10 precision approach applicator to improve runway access and make the airport more accessible. The Auglaize County Board of Commissioners received $287,751 to update a current master plan study to address the future needs of the local airport. The Putnam County Airport Authority and Board of Commissioners received $250,200 to perform sealing, crack repair and joint filling to the existing apron surface, pavement and taxi lane of its airport to extend the life of that pavement.
ALLEN COUNTY, OH
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O-G Rotary honors Macke for volunteer service

OTTAWA — Ted Macke, a long-time community volunteer and president of the Ottawa-Glandorf athletic boosters, was honored for his work Wednesday by the Ottawa-Glandorf Rotary Club. Macke’s volunteer efforts have taken many forms. He has assisted SS. Peter and Paul School as a crossing guard and volunteered in the...
OTTAWA, OH
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Kcats Perfect Against Pirates in PCL Baseball

On Thursday Kalida High pitcher Justin Siebeneck pitched a 5 inning perfect game against host Continental in both teams final Putnam County League game of the season. After a scoreless first first the Wildcats took the lead with 2 runs in the second. The Wildcats added 3 runs in the third and 5 runs in the fourth to put their total at 10 while holding the Pirates scoreless. Wildcats 10-0 final.
CONTINENTAL, OH
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Pirate Softball Picks Up Win 2 Against Kcats

On Friday Continental Softball battled back twice to defeat visiting Kalida in Putnam County League action. After a scoreless first the Wildcats took the early lead by plating 3 in the top of the second. The Pirates would make it a 1 run game in the bottom of the third when they scored 2 runs. Wildcats 3-2 after 3. The Pirates would tie the game in the bottom of the fourth 3 all after 4. The Wildcats would regain their lead in the top of the 5th when they scored 2 runs for a 5-3 lead. The Pirates would take their first lead in the bottom of the 5th when they scored 3 for a 6-5 Pirate advantage after 5. The Pirates would end the game when they would plate 9 in the bottom of the 6th. Pirates 15-5 winner.
CONTINENTAL, OH
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Nashville Crush opens ‘22 Rotary Music in the Park

DELPHOS — The Delphos Rotary Club has announced its upcoming 17th annual Music in the Park lineup for 2022. Nashville Crush will open this year’s concert series on June 12. Nashville Crush is a homegrown band with roots stemming from Putnam County. They have been performing for 12 years and have made a name for themselves as one of the best live bands around. The band is a perfect balance of country and rock music provided by some of the best musicians and vocalists in the business. They are a party on stage no matter where they go.
DELPHOS, OH
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Putnam County court records

Knott Fuels, Inc., Fort Jennings, was granted judgment from Joseph E Siler, Leipsic, in the amount of $7,500 and $392,500, plus interest and costs from Jennifer E. Siler, Leipsic, and Siler Pitt Stop, LLC, Leipsic. May 3. Jacob E. Garrick, Ottawa, and Ashley N. Garrick, Ottawa, were granted a dissolution...
PUTNAM COUNTY, OH

Grove boys, Spencerville girls win titles

CONVOY – It can be challenging to defeat a track-and-field team that has depth in each event. At Saturday’s Northwest Conference Track-and-Field Championships at Crestview, the Columbus Grove boys and Spencerville girls demonstrated how difficult it can be as both programs pulled away in the running events to notch team titles.
SPENCERVILLE, OH
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Celebrate Senior Citizens Day in Kalida

KALIDA - The Putnam County Council on Aging, Inc. will be holding a Senior Citizens Day Celebration in honor of Older American’s Month from noon to 2 p.m. Tuesday, May 24 at the Knights of Columbus Hall, 718 Napoleon Road, Kalida. Five outstanding senior citizens who go above and...
KALIDA, OH
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Garage Sale @ Christ United Methodist Church – May 13 & 14

The Women’s Group at Christ United Methodist Church on South Main Street is taking part in the Continental Community Garage Sales. The ladies have gathered a large assortment of items for all ages and filled the basement with bargains. All items will be by donation – pay what you want. The ladies will use these funds for their many mission projects.
CONTINENTAL, OH