Friday, April 19, 2019
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  • Gothic Altar reaches toward Heaven in Zion Lutheran Church
    SCHUMM – The large Gothic altar at the front of the sanctuary in Zion Lutheran Church, located on Schumm Road east of Willshire, centers around the moving figure of the risen Lord. The figures of art surrounding the body of the resurrected Christ point worshipers and those celebrating communion points from the frailties of earth toward Heaven through the grace of Christ.
  • Exploring In-Demand Jobs with the Paulding County Sheriff’s Office Explorers
    PAULDING – The Black Swamp Area Council’s Paulding County Sheriff’s Office Exploring Post, in conjunction with In-Demand Jobs Week, will be hosting an open house on May 8, from 5-7 p.m. The Exploring program is for students that are 14-20 years old that are going into the ninth grade all the way to the first couple years of college. In this program, youth get invaluable hands-on experience, networking opportunities, and will gain exposure to a career field.
  • Nebraska tragedy becomes reality to local farmers
    VAN WERT – A large caravan of local farmers who took supplies to storm-stricken Nebraska farmers saw for themselves first-hand what their western friends had gone through recently as a result of heavy rainstorms, blizzards, and strong winds.
  • Two vehicles damaged in crash on Ervin Road
    VAN WERT — Traffic was slowed around noon on Ervin Road as the result of a two-vehicle crash near Shannon Street.
    
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  • Gothic Altar reaches toward Heaven in Zion Lutheran Church
    SCHUMM – The large Gothic altar at the front of the sanctuary in Zion Lutheran Church, located on Schumm Road east of Willshire, centers around the moving figure of the risen Lord. The figures of art surrounding the body of the resurrected Christ point worshipers and those celebrating communion points from the frailties of earth toward Heaven through the grace of Christ.
  • VAN WERT — Van Wert baseball has been playing excellent baseball this season but have really found their stride over the last few weeks. Since a pair of setbacks to state respected programs in Defiance and Fairview the Cougars have been on a streak outscoring their opponents 32-1 over the past three games.
  • Carla Jean Harter

    DELPHOS — Carla Jean Harter, 92, of Delphos, died Thursday, April 18, 2019, at The Meadows of Delphos.

  • Colorado schools reopen as FBI examines teen suspect's past

    LITTLETON, Colo. (AP) — The suicide of a Florida teenager who authorities say was obsessed with the Columbine shooting and may have planned to carry out her own attack will not end an investigation to determine if she had any accomplices, officials said as Denver schools reopened Thursday and preparations to mark the 20th anniversary of the tragedy resumed.

  • VAN WERT — Van Wert baseball has been playing excellent baseball this season but have really found their stride over the last few weeks. Since a pair of setbacks to state respected programs in Defiance and Fairview the Cougars have been on a streak outscoring their opponents 32-1 over the past three games.
  • Spring is upon us which means we will start to see a lot of newborn wildlife. I always love watching young birds learn to fly with a bit of fuzz still on their heads, and each year I seem to get a few litters of wild rabbits around my house. While I love seeing this new life, there is one animal that we all need to work together to help keep under population control – cats.

  • Exploring In-Demand Jobs with the Paulding County Sheriff’s Office Explorers
    PAULDING – The Black Swamp Area Council’s Paulding County Sheriff’s Office Exploring Post, in conjunction with In-Demand Jobs Week, will be hosting an open house on May 8, from 5-7 p.m. The Exploring program is for students that are 14-20 years old that are going into the ninth grade all the way to the first couple years of college. In this program, youth get invaluable hands-on experience, networking opportunities, and will gain exposure to a career field.
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