Friday, April 20, 2018
  • New state law combats deed scams
    Putnam County Recorder Cathy Recker announced that legislation to help protect Ohio’s senior citizens and other unsuspecting populations against deceptive marketing practices has unanimously passed both the Ohio House and Senate chambers.
  • Medical marijuana preparation training offered to businesses
    On September 8, 2018, Ohio’s medical marijuana bill becomes fully operational. Just a few months away, the time for area businesses to become aware of the law and its impacts is now.
  • County to implement prison alternatives
    A pilot initiative begun in 2016 to reduce the number of inmates sent to Ohio State prisons for one year or less has proved successful enough to be expanded statewide on a voluntary basis, and Putnam County is taking advantage of the funding.
  • A 'Supreme' opportunity realized
    Ohio’s Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, Maureen O’Connor, arrived with a warning for the students assembled at Ottawa-Glandorf High School last Wednesday.
  • Crime Victim Services (CVS) is an Ohio non-profit, United Way partner agency serving victims of unsolved, misdemeanor, felony, and juvenile crimes in Allen County since 1981 and Putnam County since...
  • Revenue from housing Hancock Co. inmates
    The extra space available in the Putnam County Jail continues to be used by other area agencies. The amount of revenue generated by the jail by housing Hancock County inmates has...
  • Help Brock beat cancer
    Before March 7, 2018, Brock Meader was a typical happy, healthy, fun-loving six year old.
  • National Library Week celebrated throughout Putnam County
    This week, all eight locations of the Putnam County District Library join libraries nationwide in celebrating the many ways libraries lead their communities through the transformative services, programs and expertise they offer.
  • April 9 - 15 has been designated a week of appreciation for Ohio professionals on the front lines of the Opioid epidemic.
  • Hawkey's Pharmacy in Grove to close
    First opened by George Hawkey in 1948, Hawkey’s Pharmacy’s final day of business will be Saturday, April 21, following approximately 70 years in business.
  • Senior Center Bazaar and Bake Sale
    On Wednesday, April 4 and Thursday, April 5, the Senior Center held its regular Bazaar and Bake Sale.
  • Edelbrock indicted
    Shortly before noon on May 29, 2015 officials with the Ohio Bureau of Criminal Identification and Investigation, the Putnam County Sheriff’s Office and the Delphos Police Department arrested Jennifer Ann Edelbrock at her Kalida home.
  • As he approaches his 88th birthday, Ottawa resident Carl Maag is not ready to slow down. Instead, he is excited about a new business he has started, and the future possibilities it holds.
  • National Telecommunicators Week
    Across the nation in times of intense personal crisis and community-wide disasters such as the events of September 11 and Hurricane Katrina, the first access point for those seeking all classes of emergency services and homeland security information is 9-1-1.
  • Nearly seven years after six regional Knights of Columbus councils and parishes raised enough money to purchase Heartbeat of Lima its first ultrasound machine, those same organizations, and more, have delivered the clinic a new machine.
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