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  • Ottawa resident reflects on trip to South Korea
    OTTAWA — Angie Stokes, an Ottawa resident and art teacher at Wayne Trace Junior/Senior High School in Paulding County was one of sixteen teachers given the opportunity to travel to South Korea this summer. Through written observations on her experience, as well as an interview with the Sentinel, Stokes described a vibrant country that recognizes and honors its history even as it fully embraces its present role as a manufacturing and technological powerhouse.
  • No High Zone
    OTTAWA TWP — For the first time since Ohio legislators penned and passed medical marijuana legislation in June of 2016, a Putnam County governing body has taken action to control its presence in the area. On Tuesday of last week, the Ottawa Township Trustees — Chair Jim Leopold, Steve Leopold and Don Croy — unanimously approved a resolution prohibiting the wholesale cultivation and processing of medical marijuana within Ottawa Township and implemented a ban on all retail dispensaries.
  • PCSO to hold 2nd annual Running with the Law fundraiser
    KALIDA — Area athletes who might still be interested in participating in the second annual ‘Running with the Law’ 5k run or the separate sprint triathlon competition, both set for this upcoming Saturday, there is still time. Day-of registration will be available for either of the events, though a T-shirt cannot be guaranteed. The sprint triathlon starts at 10 a.m. and the 5k run kicks-off at 10:30 a.m., with both events held at Kalida’s Four Seasons Park. Additional information can be found at: www.putnamsheriffrace.com.
  • Budd enters guilty plea
    PUTNAM COUNTY — On Friday in Putnam County Common Pleas Court, with family members of the victims present, a Continental man entered guilty pleas to three of four charges facing him, the most serious of which involved the rape of an infant. Last April, a Putnam County grand jury indicted Budd on charges of rape, a felony of the first degree; two counts of illegal use of a minor in nudity-oriented material, one a second degree felony and the second a felony of the fifth degree; and pandering obscenity involving a minor, a felony of the second degree. In exchange for his guilty plea, the prosecution agreed to drop the fifth degree felony charge of illegal use of a minor in nudity oriented material.
    
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  • OTTAWA — Angie Stokes, an Ottawa resident and art teacher at Wayne Trace Junior/Senior High School in Paulding County was one of sixteen teachers given the opportunity to travel to South Korea this summer. Through written observations on her experience, as well as an interview with the Sentinel, Stokes described a vibrant country that recognizes and honors its history even as it fully embraces its present role as a manufacturing and technological powerhouse.
  • M. Jeanette Makley, 87, died at 12:34 p.m, Monday, August 21, 2017, at St. Rita’s Medical Center, Lima.
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