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DEFIANCE On Wednesday, March 16, Duo Favorito


will present a free concert in
Defiance.
The Los Angeles-based
musical duo is made up of
violinist Lydia Favorito and
bassoonist Andrew Favorito,
a 2011 graduate of Paulding High School. They will
be joined by pianist Grace
Gavrilas of Detroit.
The concert will begin at 7
p.m. in Schomburg Auditorium on the campus of Defiance College.
This concert is made possible through the support of
Defiance College, the Defiance Hampton Inn, Bob Estle
Chevrolet and Rettig Music.

OPSB schedules
local hearing

COLUMBUS The Ohio


Power Siting Board (OPSB)
will hold a public hearing
to provide area residents an
opportunity to testify about
Paulding Wind Farm IIIs
proposal to construct a 138
kilovolt (kV) transmission line
and associated switchyard in
Benton and Harrison townships, Paulding County.
The 8-mile long transmission line would connect the
Timber Road I and III wind
farms to American Electric
Powers 138 kV Lincoln-Sterling transmission circuit.
The public hearing is scheduled for 6 p.m. on Thursday,
April 21 at Wayne Trace
Junior-Senior High School,
4915 U.S. 127, Haviland.
The adjudicatory hearing in
the case will begin at 10 a.m.
April 28 at the offices of the
Public Utilities Commission
of Ohio, hearing room 11-D,
180 East Broad Street, Columbus.
Additional information
regarding the proposed transmission line is available on
the OPSB website at www.
OPSB.ohio.gov in case number 15-1737-EL-BTX.

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Coaches Josh Neilson (left) and George Clemens III (center) react after Wayne Trace senior George Clemens IV is named state wrestling champion on Saturday.

Clemens finishes 50-0, Goeltzenleuchter takes 5th


By KEVIN WANNEMACHER
Sportswriter
COLUMBUS For the first time in
Paulding County history, the county
claimed a state wrestling championship
as Wayne Trace senior George Clemens
won the 126 pound weight class Saturday at the Jerome Schottenstein Center
on the campus of The Ohio State University.
Clemens capped off a perfect season

on the mats, posting a 2-1 win over Genoas Damian DEmilio to finish the
year with an unblemished 50-0 record.
Wayne Trace head coach George Clemens couldnt have been prouder of his
top wrestler and son for his accomplishments.
Words cannot describe the emotions
I felt and still feel, commented the elder Clemens Sunday afternoon when
contacted at home. Having George

become the first state champion in wrestling from Wayne Trace is something
to be very proud of. Then, also to be
the first state champion from Paulding
County is another accomplishment as
well. I am just so proud of him.
Clemens concluded his Raider career
with an overall record of 187-15. He
was 46-3 as a freshman before following that up with a 47-5 record as a sophomore. A year ago, he finished 44-7 and

took sixth in the state tournament to set


up this years tremendous ride.
He really committed himself over
the summer, noted the Raider mentor
of his son. He took part in a lot of meets
in working with other schools and just
really put in a lot of extra time to improve himself. He was basically a man
on a mission after reaching the podium
See STATE, page 2A

Library celebrates centennial


By MELINDA KRICK
Progress Editor
PAULDING On March 3,
the Paulding County Carnegie
Library, the first Carnegie library to serve an entire county, celebrated the centennial of
its opening on March 3, 1916.
The event included tours
of the historic building and
Bookmobile,
presentations
by dignitaries, a brief history,
blessing and dedication, and
a ribbon cutting ceremony to
welcome the next century of
library service.
Library director Susan Hill
Pieper led the ceremony.
Pastor Roger Emerson of
Paulding United Methodist
Church offered a blessing and
dedication.
Proclamations commemorating the centennial were reSee LIBRARY, page 2A

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WELCOMING A NEW CENTURY Last week, a reception and ribbon cutting were held to commemorate the opening day 100 years
ago of the Paulding County Carnegie Library. Residents and local dignitaries gathered to cut a ribbon signifying a new century of
library service.

US Marshals offering $1,000 reward

By MELINDA KRICK
Progress Editor
PAULDING The U.S. Marshals have
announced a $1,000 reward for information
leading to the arrest of a local man wanted
for murder.
Authorities are searching for Frank Tracy Jr., 47, who is suspected of killing his
21-year-old girlfriend, Hannah Fischer, in
Paulding. Her body was found Feb. 9 in
their apartment on West Perry Street.
U.S. Marshal Chris Hodge, whose office
is located in Toledo, said he reached out to
Paulding County Sheriffs Office and Paulding Police Department on Monday, Feb. 29
offering assistance in locating Tracy.
The reward information was first released

the afternoon of Wednesday, March 2 and


almost immediately, the marshals office
started receiving calls.
We were out there all day (Wednesday), Hodge said. Weve been working
nonstop.
He spent 11 hours in Paulding and Defiance counties on Monday, including searching a property.
We have put a ton of man-hours in this
case so far, Hodge said. We have gotten
some tips and check every single one. At
this time, we have no viable leads.
Anyone with information on Tracys
whereabouts may call toll-free 1-866-4926833. All callers remain anonymous, Hodge
said. For the reward to be paid, the informa-

tion must lead directly to Tracys arrest.


Tracy hasnt been seen since early February. Authorities dont know what type of
vehicle, if any, he may be driving.
Hodge notes that Tracy does have a
criminal record; hes been in and out of prison before. Anyone wanted for murder is potentially dangerous.
Most recently, Tracy was released from
prison in August 2015 after serving less than
a year on a drug charge.
Hodge declined to comment on any details surrounding the homicide discovered
four weeks ago, saying that police are still
investigating.
My only job is to look for Mr. Tracy,
Hodge said.

2A - Paulding County Progress Wednesday, March 9, 2016

Greear likes the small


town feel of Broughton

By JOE SHOUSE
Progress Staff Writer
Part 5 of 5
BROUGHTON Its just a
nice community where everyone gets along. When someone
needs help, they know they
have a neighbor who will offer
a hand, said Broughton Mayor
Donna Greear, as she describes
the village she calls home.
Greear was elected mayor
back in November 2015 and
looks forward to serving the
small village of Broughton
where shes lived her entire life.
Simply put, Greear said when
describing why she wanted to be
mayor, Im from here, everyone knows everyone and takes
care of everyone and I wanted
to help continue the process of
developing the character of this
great town.
Since January, when Greear
officially began her initial fouryear term, she admits seeing a
community that has no huge
issues, but at the same time she
knows that her office, as well
as the six member council, will
work together to provide the
leadership necessary to keep
Broughton the kind of community of which everyone can be
proud.

The community, founded in


1882, currently has a population
of around 120, but Greear has no
trouble expressing the positives
on why Broughton is her choice
to call home.
When looking to the future,
Greear has one shortterm goal
she would like to see accomplished. She has a desire to see
a playground built, possibly near
the town hall, where the kids in
the community would have a
place to call their own.
Greear is an optimist who
loves her town and will use her
leadership skills to continue
doing what makes it a special
place.
There really isnt anything
broke about Broughton and so
there isnt much that needs to be
fixed. Hopefully we can maintain what we have done in the
past and enjoy the small-town
feel where everyone desires the
best for their neighbor, concluded Greear.
Note: Five new mayors took
office in the county in January:
Steve Wobler of Payne Village,
Ray DeLong of Antwerp Village,
Joe Shouse/Paulding County Progress
Brian Ripke of Oakwood Village, Greg Reinhart of Paulding Broughtons new mayor, Donna Greear, loves her town and
Village, and Donna Greear of will use her leadership skills to continue doing what makes it a
special place.
Broughton.

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ceived from the Ohio Senate,


Ohio House of Representatives and Gov. Kasich.
Prior to the ribbon cutting,
Pieper offered a brief history
of the library and a look to the
future.
Just think about it a hundred years ago today, this library opened its doors for the
very first time, Pieper said.
With todays state-of-the-art
technology and connectivity,
she wondered, What would
Carnegie have thought?
I just want to dedicate this
ribbon cutting and this ceremony to the next 100 years of
providing engaging and compelling services for children,
introducing kids to books and
literature and reading, introducing parents with new ways
to engage their children with
literature and reading aloud
to their children, to teenagers
and what theyre going to be
doing in the future, said the
director.

We have high-speed Internet connections here. Our


technology is state-of-the-art
and sometimes you want to
run when you hear that. Its a
big effort to provide this and
knowing that this library is going to be standing when were
long dust. What would Carnegie have thought? concluded
Pieper.
A video of a portion of
Piepers talk has been posted on our website www.progressnewspaper.org.
The library had on display
scrapbooks from past decades,
a selection of books that were
on the shelves on the librarys
opening day, and furniture
pieces original to the library
still in use.
The library has scheduled
a major birthday event on
Saturday, July 9, during John
Paulding Days. Plans include
a hog roast and picnic, games,
vintage car show and culminating in a fireworks display.

Buckeye Trail
program planned

NAPOLEON The Maumee Valley Heritage Corridor


will host an informative program about the Buckeye Trail
on Saturday, March 19, from
10:30 a.m. until noon.
It will be held at the Leisure
Time Winery, 16982 Road M2,
located between Road 17C and
Ohio 424, southwest of Napoleon. The public is invited and
while there is no admission
charge, the Heritage Corridor
will be accepting free-will donations to support this activity.
Featured speakers will be
authors and seasoned hikers
Connie Pond and her husband
Bob Pond who will discuss
their adventures on the trail
and their book, Follow the
Blue Blazes, now in its second
edition. Bob first published the
work in 2003 after hiking the
trail accompanied by naturalists. In 2013, the couple hiked
together to update this com-

prehensive guide, adding color


photography, new maps with
GPS coordinates, and contact
information for local attractions.

Payne woman dies in


crash near Van Wert
VAN WERT A two-vehicle crash Monday morning
on US 30 in Van Wert County
claimed the life of a Paulding
County motorist and injured a
second driver.
Dead is Linda Page, age 77,
from Payne.
According to the Van Wert
Post of the Ohio State Highway Patrol, at approximately 11 a.m. March 7, a 2009
Chevrolet Malibu, driven by
Page, was southbound on Liberty Union Road in Van Wert
County when she attempted to
cross US 30. Pages vehicle
was struck by a westbound
2015 Hyundai Elantra, driven
by Sarah Leslie, age 41, of Columbus.
Leslie was transported to

Van Wert County Hospital for


treatment of non-life threatening injuries.
Page was transported to Van
Wert County Hospital where
she was pronounced dead
from the injuries sustained in
the crash.
The crash resulted in a brief
closure of US 30 at Liberty
Union Road. The roadway has
since been reopened.
Both drivers were wearing
seat belts and alcohol use is
not believed to be a factor in
the crash. The crash remains
under investigation.
The Van Wert Post was assisted by the Van Wert and
Paulding County Sheriffs Offices, Convoy Fire and EMS
and Brickner EMS.

Paulding Council
welcomes Boyd
By SAMANTHA HABERN
Correspondent
PAULDING The Paulding
Village Council met in regular
session on March 7.
The council welcomed Robert Boyd as a new councilman.
He replaces Jim Guelde, who
resigned in January.
Mayor Greg Reinhart suggested to council the idea of
hiring a local firm to do the income taxes for the village. Currently, a firm from Cleveland
is being utilized and Reinhart
recommended that council consider a local firm.
Council heard the first reading of Ordinance 1517-16
authorizing declarations of official intent under U.S. Treasury regulations with respect to

reimbursements from proceeds


of bonds, notes or other obligations of temporary advances
made for payments prior to the
issuance, and related matters.
An emergency was declared
and the ordinance was unanimously passed.
The following committee
meetings were scheduled:
Recreation committee,
Thursday. March 10 at 7 p.m.
Committee of the Whole
meeting on Monday, March 14
at 5:30 p.m.
Utility committee, 5:30
p.m Wednesday, March 16.
Republican probate juvenile
judge nominee Michael Wehrkamp introduced himself to the
council. He shared ideas he had
to improve the juvenile court.

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Wayne Trace wrestler Ruger Goeltzenleuchter has a grip on Brandon White from Cadiz Harrison
Central that keeps him from escaping the Raiders hold. Ruger won the match 4-2.

n STATE
Continued from Page 1A
last year and he said from day
one he was going to win the
state title this year.
While Clemens was claiming the state title, Wayne Trace
also was well represented by
another member of its squad.
Junior Ruger Goeltzenleuchter wrapped up a fifth place
finish by defeating Massillon
Tuslaws Isaac Elliott 11-9 in
the 120 pound weight class.
Ruger worked extremely
hard as well this year, commented the Raider head coach.
Like George, Ruger put in a
lot of extra time last summer
and has worked very, very
hard.
Both Ruger and George
took part in the Disney Duals
as part of a team that consisted
of a lot of Delta kids last summer, added the elder Clemens.
It was a very special experience for both of them. They
both got a tremendous amount
of experience taking part in a
lot of extra matches in the offseason.
Both Clemens and Goeltzenleuchter won their opening
matches at the state tournament

as Clemens pinned Galion


Northmors Aaron Kitts in 2:41
while Goeltzenleuchter won a
4-2 decision over Cadiz Harrisons Brandon White 4-2.
Clemens followed that up
with a 9-2 win over Logan Kissell of Garrettsville Garfield in
the championship quarterfinals
before knocking off Akron
Manchesters Joey Bowen 5-3
in the championship semifinals.
Meanwhile,
Goeltzenleuchter fell 6-2 to Massillon
Tuslaws Isaac Elliott in the
championship quarterfinals to
fall into the losers bracket. He
rebounded with an 8-4 victory
over Cameron Gessner of Sandusky St. Marys in the consolation quarterfinals but fell to
Rootstowns Seth Hayes 7-5.
It was pretty cool to see
Wayne Trace on the team
points board at the Schottenstein Center, commented the
Raider head coach. It was the
first time we had really shown
up on that and we finished 11th
as a team so that is a great accomplishment for these two
guys.
I want to thank all of the

Wayne Trace administration,


parents, other wrestlers and the
rest of the Raider community
for their support of our program
and these two guys especially,
Clemens continued. It was really appreciated and we were
really pleased and proud to be
from Wayne Trace.
Clemens is hopeful to use
this as a springboard for further
success in the future.
This is fifth or sixth year
that we have had somebody
place at state, added the Raider head coach. Hopefully, we
are able to use this excitement
and continue to build the program going forward. We feel
like we have some good young
wrestlers coming in the future.
I am just so proud of both
of these guys, concluded the
Raider mentor. As a father,
I cant be prouder of what
George has accomplished. But
Ruger has had a tremendous
season as well and what he has
done has been awesome. Both
of these guys have put so much
work in and just to see them
have the success they have had,
it has been great.

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Obituaries Updated weekdays at www.progressnewspaper.org


ESTELLA
STOCKMEIER

1920-2016
SOUTH ELGIN, Ill. Estella Ruth Stockmeier, nee
McClure, 95, formerly of Napoleon and Oakwood, died
Sunday, Feb. 13, 2016. Arrangements were handled by
Countryside Funeral Home,
Roselle, Ill.

DOROTHY
SOBIECK HOOKER

1934-2016
PAULDING Dorothy
Ann Kohart Sobieck Hooker
of Paulding passed away Friday, Feb. 26.
Dorothy was born in 1934
in Defiance to Fred and Marvilla (Scott) Kohart. On April
2, 1954, she married Carl F.
Sobieck, who precededher in
death in 1972. On July 7, 1975,
shemarried Edward A. Hooker, who preceded her in death
in 1992.
Dorothy graduated from
OakwoodHigh School and
attended Defiance College.
In her early years, she took
pleasure in raising horses, and
then enjoyed being a wife and
mother and traveling. Before
retiring,she held a number of
positions in sales, office and
retail work.

She
is
survived
by
foursons,Ronald Sobieck,
Montrose, Colo., Michael
(Jennifer) Sobieck, Defiance, Thomas Sobieck, Lillian, Ala., and Daniel (Brenda) Sobieck, Grove City; five
stepchildren, Joanne Houston, Woodstock, Ga., Carol Hooker, Virginia Beach,
Va., Harry (Rebecca) Hooker, Katy,Texas,James (Vicki)Hooker, Mesa,Ariz., and
David Hooker, Mesa,Ariz.;
grandsons, Nathan and Chase
Sobieck; granddaughter, Taylor Sobieck; five stepgrandchildren; six great-stepgrandchildren;brothers, Franklin
(Jean) Kohart and Alan (Barbara) Kohart; sisters, Phyllis
Crossland, Paulding, and Alys
Keck,Defiance; and sister-inlaw, Carol Kohart, Van Wert.
Preceding her in death were
her parents; one brother, David Kohart; and a daughter inlaw, Jean Santoro Sobieck.
A memorial service was
held Friday,March 4 at First
Presbyterian Church, Paulding.
Inlieuof flowers, preferred
memorials are to CRU (Campus Crusade for Christ) in
support of her grandson Nathan. They can be made online
via: give.cru.org/0661418 or
mailed to: CRU: Campus Crusade for Christ, c/o Nate Sobieck, 318 Campbell Hill Rd.,
Suite 94, Bowling Green OH
43402.

HARRY
DUNN SR.

BERNARD
RYAN


1926-2016
DEFIANCE Bernard J.
Ryan, 89, of Defiance, passed
away on Monday, Feb. 29 at
Twin Rivers Care and Rehabilitation Center in Defiance.
He was
born
on
Sept. 16,
1926
to
John and
Frances
(Moser)
Ryan
in
Defiance.
On Sept.
12, 1953, he married Ann
(Carman) Ryan, who preceded him in death on Sept. 27,
2014.
Bernard served our county in the U.S. Army during
WWII from 1945-48. He was
a member of St. Michaels
Catholic Church and the Holy
Name Society. He was an active communion lay distributor and lector. Bernard owned
and operated Ryan Implement
John Deere Sales in Jewell,
then he worked at Liechty
Implement in Archbold, and
Archbold Equipment, selling
farm equipment for over 40
years. He was a member of
Jewell American Legion, Defiance Elks, Knights of Columbus, and was an Adams
Township trustee. Bernard
also loved to farm.
Bernard will be greatly
missed by his family, daughters Colleen Sewell of Toledo,
Maureen Ryan of Northville,
Mich., Amy Ryan of Bradenton, Fla., and Mollie (Eric) Elliot of West Mansfield; seven
grandchildren, Ben, Aubrey,
Emma, Casey, Joe, Grace,
Briar and Justin; brother, Bob
(Pat) Ryan of Defiance; and
sisters, Mary (Jack) Schriner
of Defiance and Kathleen Homer of Toledo.
He was preceded in death
by his parents; wife Ann Ryan;
daughter Janet McCloud; and
sister Joanne Davis.
A Mass of Christian Burial
was held at 11 a.m. on Saturday, March 5 at St. Michael
Catholic Church, Defiance,
with Father Robert Kill officiating. Burial was in St.
Michael Catholic Cemetery.
Military graveside rites were
conducted by VFW #3360.

Schaffer Funeral Home, Defiance, was in charge of arrangements.


Memorials are suggested to
Defiance County Hospice or to
St. Michael Catholic Church. We have entered the month
Online condolences can be of March. Our weather made a
given at www.Schafferfh.com. change from warm sunny days
to cold, ice, and snow again.
Schools in our area were closed

DARRELL Thursday and Friday of last week

PEASE SR. and Wednesday of this week.
Our son Joseph, 13, is still on

1939-2016
PAULDING Darrell crutches, but only missed two
Duane Pease Sr., age 76, died days of school since three were
cancelled due to the weather.
Tuesday, March 1.
He was born in Paulding on X-rays showed there isnt a fracApril 7, 1939, the son of the ture, just a badly bruised knee. He
late Otis Leroy and Doris Ar- still cant put too much pressure
on it. It swells up if he uses it too
lene (Metz)
much. He did manage to milk our
Pease. On
cow Bessie a few times but is limSept. 13,
ited in what he can do. We really
1958, he
miss his help. We had to laugh
married
because older brother Benjamin,
Freda Mae
16, said he didnt think Joseph did
Howard,
that much of the chores but now
who surhe can see how much Joseph revives. He
ally does do.
retired in
2001 from Lafarge, Paulding, While we are having cold and
after 38 years. He was a mem- snow, my sisters Verena and Suber of the U.S. Army Reserve, san are enjoying the sunny south.
Paulding United Methodist I talked to them over the phone
Church, Paulding VFW Post and they are having a good time.
#587 and Paulding Eagles They saw an alligator up close.
They had 80 degree weather on
#2405.
He is also survived by two the day I talked to them while
children, Lisa (Roger) Rhone- here in Michigan the temperature
house, Paulding, and Mark was in the teens.
(Diane) Pease, Mark Cen- Mose (daughter Susans speter; a daughter-in-law, Peggy cial friend) has been busy cookPease, West Unity; a brother, ing maple syrup. He tapped our
Max (Joan) Pease, Latty; trees and also sister Emma and
two sisters, LaDonna Miller Jacobs trees. He also helps his
and Sharon (Jerry) Manson, dad with their own trees. The sugboth of Paulding; a sister-in- ar content is really low this year
law, Laura Pease, Paulding; so it takes gallons and gallons of
eight grandchildren; and 22 sap to make one gallon of maple
syrup.
great-grandchildren.
He also was preceded in Son-in-law Timothy is also still
death by a son, Darrell Duane on crutches, from the chain saw
Pease Jr.; and a brother, Paul accident he had several weeks
ago. He is still not allowed to
Pease.
Funeral services were con- put any weight on his foot. He
ducted Saturday, March 5 at was determined to try to go back
Paulding United Methodist to work this week. He runs the
Church with Pastor Roger Em- saw at the saw mill. He sat on a
erson officiating. Burial was step stool or something to run the
in Pleasant Grove Cemetery, saw. After a day at work his foot
Paulding County. Den Herder was so cold since he cant wear
Funeral Home, Paulding, was shoes yet. He stayed home a day
and went to get toe warmers and
in charge of arrangements.
In lieu of flowers, the fam- thicker socks. At this writing, I
ily requests donations made havent heard if he managed to
to Alzheimers Research or make it through the rest of the
Honor Flight of Paulding week.
Sunday evening we took supCounty Paulding-Putnam.
Online condolences may per to Timothy and Elizabeth and
be sent to www.denherderfh. had a nice evening with them. It
was warm so we walked to the
com.
river behind their house. Timothy
does pretty well on his crutches

Obituaries are posted daily

The Paulding County Progress posts obituaries daily as we


receive them. Check our Web site at www.progressnewspaper.
org and click on For the Record.

Grants will be awarded to public


safety projects in local communities

COLUMBUS Applications are being accepted for the Local


Government Safety Capital Grant. Initiated by the Ohio House
of Representatives and included in the state operating budget
1937-2016
SCOTT Harry E. Dunn for fiscal years 2016 and 2017, these grants can help to fund
Sr., of Scott, died at 1:23 p.m. public safety projects in local communities throughout Ohio.
Saturday, Feb. 27 at Van Wert Funding for eligible projects must be used for purchasing vehicles, equipment, facilities and/or systems utilized by police,
County Hospital.
fire, and/or EMS providers to enhance public safety. The total
request amount for projects is $100,000 per individual political
subdivision.
Applications must be submitted online and will be accepted
is Paulding Countys
through March 21. The Local Government Innovation Council
newspaper of record. is administering the program.
More information on the application process can be found at
www.development.ohio.gov/bs/bs_lgscgp.htm.

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Kasich can fix


nations problems
Dear Editor,
2016 is shaping up to be
the most divisive election
in our nations history. The
way some of these candidates
talk to or about each other is
absolutely disgusting. When
we all grew up, our parents
taught us basic morals: be
respectful, have manners,
stand up for what you believe
in but dont be a jerk. Unfortunately, however, on one
hand, were teaching our kids,
or our friends to be respectful,
and on the other, we support
candidates that completely
undermine those values.
Its easy to say that we are
going to make everything great
or that were just going to win
or that were just simply good
speakers, but America needs to
a leader with experience.
I hope everyone remembers
that we are not voting for
class president. We are electing the next president of the
United States!
For the past eight years,
the Republicans and the GOP
have been complaining about
the one-term senator from Illinois without any experience
leading our nation. On-thejob training does not work
Barack Obama has proved
that. One-term senators cannot
be president - Barack Obama
has proved that. And a good
voice is certainly not a qualification to be president Barack
Obama has proved that. Do
we, the Republicans, have amnesia? We have to wake up!
John Kasich inherited a
mess when he was elected
governor in 2010. We lost
360,000 jobs, we had a record
$8 billion deficit, 89 cents in
the rainy day fund, and a bad
credit - Ohio was a basket
case. Kasich was told that he
couldnt fix it. They said he
couldnt do it.
However, the governor
laughed at the impossible and
just went for it. He looked
at the problems square in
the eye and defeated them.
Today, Ohio has created over
410,000 jobs, we now are at
a $2 billion surplus, upgraded credit, and he did all that
while cutting taxes by $5 billion, the most out of any sitting governor in the country.
That explains why he has a 62
percent approval rating here,
and is defeating Hillary Clinton by the most out of any
other candidate, 11 points.
If youre angry and frustrated with the politicians,
believe me, we all are. But
we cannot elect someone who
will diminish our standing
in the world and divide this
country. In order to fix the
problems in Washington, we
need someone who has a record of shaking things up.
John Kasich will shift the
power, the money, and the
influence out of Washington
and put it back into our pockets. John Kasich will restore
the American dream, create
jobs, regain respect on the
world stage, and balance our
nations budget.
I hope youll consider voting
for our governor on March 15.
Buckle up - John Kasich is
ready to hit the ground running.
Owen Brigner
Payne

Cruz, not Trump, Riedel can


represents values move us forward
Editor,
of conservatives Dear
This year, we have the oppor-

Dear Editor:
Conservatives or conservative
thinkers ... This letter is addressed to you.
How important to you are
these values? Are they important
enough to you that you would
refuse to compromise or deny
them? I ask everyone to consider the preposition that when
we have values that are rooted
in substance, we should never
compromise them. Many conservatives are also Christians, and
it says in the Scriptures that, as
a man thinketh in his heart, so is
he. Thus our values define us,
and should never be indiscriminately compromised.
What is all this about? It is
about our vote in the Primary
Election on March 15. We have
several options to choose from;
and there is a broad spectrum of
candidate policies and positions.
As voters, we need to determine how their views and policies truly align with our own.
Many people seem to be
rallying around Donald Trump,
and these folks term themselves
conservatives and evangelical
Christians. But their support for
him seems inconsistent with the
long held and Biblically basis
positions of conservatives and
Christians. Such beliefs are prolife, marriage between a man and
a woman, anti-deception, pro
compassion and graciousness.
In addition to these inconsistencies, Trump holds political
views that are at odds with our
typical principles. Trump has all
but endorsed the single-payer
health insurance system; and
says that his solution to the
healthcare dilemma consists of
simply removing the state borders for insurance sales purposes.
This will help, but it will come
nowhere close to solving the
problem; and he knows that, but
do we?
He has said that Planned Parenthood has done tremendous
good for women ... Outside of
providing them with abortions,
I would like to know what that
is. They simply do not provide
many of the technical services
they purport to provide. He
would do nothing to actually
reign in abortion in this nation.
That may not matter to us, but
I will go on the limb and say it
matters to God. Is that our kind
of society?
Other political issues we believe in are smaller constitutional
government; responsible spending; balanced budgets; fair taxation; less regulation. Trump has
said nothing concrete on these
issues.
And concerning protection of
religious liberty, I do not think
Trump would lift a single finger
to offer any effort to stem the
anti-Christian tide that is sweeping our culture, where people
have bought the lie that the First
Amendment is not Freedom
of Religion, but Freedom from
Religion. Trump would be of no
consequence there. If not there,
would he support other Bill of
Rights freedoms? It seems his
support would be in doubt.
Enough negatives. The positive in all of this, is that we
do have a candidate who has
indeed gone on the line time
and time again for these values.
And his name is Ted Cruz. He
has litigated before the Supreme
Court nine times and won in
multiple Bill of Rights issues. He
has written numerous briefs for
that court. We 2nd Amendment
believers have our freedom of
firearms now because Ted Cruz
dared to stand before Obamas
panels and testify about the fallacy of those programs. We, who
cherish freedom above fortune,
owe Ted Cruz a debt of appreciation.
Since Ohio has become a
winner-take-all state this election
cycle, we dare not waste our
vote on any candidate who has
no chance of winning if we feel
Donald Trump does not truly
represent our values while someone else does. This is especially
true if that person has a chance to
surpass him in the Primary, and a
better chance of winning in November. I believe Ted Cruz has
to be our choice. Please consider.
Robert Cooper
Payne

tunity to designate an eager and


enthusiastic man by the name
of Craig Riedel for the next
state representative for the 82nd
House District. I have known
Craig and his family all of my
life and cannot think of a more
worthy and deserving individual.
He is a family man, a business
man, and an all around loyal individual.
Craig and his family initially
settled in Defiance in 1989.
Later, they lived in Grand Rapids for a few years, but shortly
returned to Defiance in 2002 and
have been vigorous supporters
of the Defiance community ever
since. Their children, Steve and
Renee, both graduated from Defiance High School and went on
to pursue higher education at The
Ohio State University where they
graduated and went on to attain
professional jobs in the Columbus and Chicago areas. Craigs
children, and his wife, Danette
are his biggest supporters.
Recently retired, Craig is
highly motivated to pursue his
passion for public service and
is determined to outshine the
incumbent from Payne at the
Republican Primary on March
15.
Craig has 27 years of experience in the private business
sector and possesses a strong
background in strategic planning.
He is fiscally conservative and
comprehends the limitations
of industrial regulations. Craig
is an outstanding communicator, listener, and team player.
He conveys a strong Christian
leadership and a work ethic that
will have a substantial impact on
Wapakoneta and the surrounding
areas.
Northwest Ohio has been in
a state of inaction or suspension
for too long. It is time for the
politicians in Columbus to be
challenged. Craig Riedel will
challenge them. He is the right
candidate for the position. I believe that he can overcome the
hurdles and move us forward.
Subsequently, I ask that you join
me in supporting all of his hard
work and dedication by casting
your vote for him in the March
15 Republican Primary for the
state representative of the 82nd
House District.
Maria A. Dobie
Wapakoneta

career politician. To me, his experience in county government


is an asset. We are fortunate to
have someone with his level of
experience.
Thank you for reading, and
please vote on March 15. I already voted early!
Jill Hoverman
Van Wert

Burkley is proven
conservative
for state rep
Dear Editor,
With the liberal media painting a harsh perspective of the
conservative movement, many
have no idea what it means to
be a conservative anymore.
Fortunately, in the race for state
representative, we have a candidate who is a true conservative, and thats Tony Burkley.
We need a leader who has a
strong record of protecting our
faith and family while defending our 2nd Amendment rights
and tightening the purse strings
of government.
As a small business owner,
Burkley knows firsthand what
impact an overreaching government has on the private sector. As a member of the Ohio
House, Burkley helped balance
our states budget without raising taxes. He is also working
with his colleagues to address
the CAUV issue facing the
farming community.
When leading conservative
organizations looked for the
right candidate in this race,
they turned to Tony Burkley.
Since announcing his run for
re-election, Ohio Right to Life,
NRA, Ohio Chamber of Commerce, and NFIB have thrown
their support behind him due
to his record of results in the
legislature. Tony Burkley has
stood for the de-funding of
Planned Parenthood and has
taken steps toward addressing
the crippling drug epidemic
facing our communities.
As we head to vote this
March 15, lets remember
what is at stake this election
cycle. Tony Burkley is the
best candidate for state representative and I urge the
citizens of the 82nd House
District to vote for him.
Terry McClure
Grover Hill

Candidate will
Burkley works
be strong voice
hard for farmers, Dear Editor,
Craig Riedel is a man of
small business
integrity, a good listener and
Dear Editor,
Like most people, Im fed up
with all the negative political
attack ads, and one specific
race not only makes me mad,
but its clearly untruthful. Its
the ad attacking Tony Burkley
for state representative.
Larry and I first met Tony
and his wife Nancy when they
began attending our church
here in Van Wert over 20 years
ago. We were drawn to them as
a couple, and through the years
we have done many, many
things with them. We know the
Burkleys. We know and believe
in Tony so much that when he
first ran for state representative,
we along with our kids helped
him with his campaign by passing out his pamphlet in parades
around our county, going door
to door in Van Wert and a few
surrounding towns, and placing
signs in yards.
Tony is a Christian man of
integrity who owns his own
business in Paulding. Being a
business owner means he understands the risks and responsibilities that come with owning your own business which
is why he works so hard for
small businesses and farmers ...
he understands their everyday
concerns. Tony has been able
to grow and expand his own
business several times
because of his conservative
fiscal management, and he promotes legislation that reflects
his conservatism.
A false point made in this
TV/radio ad is that Tony voted
to give himself a raise. The
fact is the legislature voted to
give LOCAL elected officials a
raise. They did not take a raise
themselves.
And, I dont consider Tony a

will be a strong voice as our


state representative in the
82nd District. With over 27
years in private business experience, Craig understands
the local economy and appreciates farming as an integral
part of our northwest Ohio
economy. I believe he will
represent the district and the
districts agricultural community very well when he is
elected to the Ohio House of
Representatives. Please join
me in casting a vote for Craig
Riedel on March 15, 2016 in
the Republican Primary Election.
Keith Schroeder
Defiance

Writers support
retaining Burkley

Dear Editor,
We are writing in support
of incumbent State Representative Tony Burkley.
Tony brings an excellent
blend of experience to Columbus on behalf of northwest Ohio. He is a small
businessman (NAPA True
Value in downtown Paulding), active in Kiwanis and
his church. He served several
terms as a Paulding County
commissioner, making him
acutely aware of how actions
in Columbus affect local government.
We count Tonys experience as a definite plus, and
encourage you to support
Tony Burkleys re-election for
state representative in the Primary Election on March 15.
Stan and Barb Searing
Paulding

when I say that Craig will make


a difference, and he is up for the
challenge.
Craig is a Republican canDear Editor:
didate for state representative
On March 15, Republicans
for Ohios 82nd House District
in the 82nd House District will
and he needs your support. He
have the opportunity to vote for needs your vote. On March
our partys nominee for state
15, you have an opportunity to
representative. It is important that elect Craig as the Republican
we choose the individual that is
nominee; a chance to do the right
going to proactively represent
thing for you and your family.
our interests in Columbus. Too
Trust in Gods plan for Ohios
many of our rights and values are 82nd House District and elect
under attack by those who think Craig Riedel as the Republican
government holds the answer to nominee for state representative.
any problem and are all too willAlan Stark
ing to ask taxpayers to pay for
Howell, Mich
it. It is time we shed the concept
of establishment politics and
bring fresh new ideas to Columbus. We need someone not only
with knowledge of the issues, but
also with the business acumen
Dear Editor:
and energy to represent us in a
I am writing in support of
proactive way and be the voice
of the 82nd District in the State- Craig Riedel. He is running for
state representative in the 82nd
house.
House District.
Craig Riedel possesses that
As a long time business owner
energy and the business skills
to be that voice. His 27 years of and executive in northwest Ohio
I believe the number one issue in
business experience in the private sector along with his strong this election is workforce development/economic development.
commitment to community involvement have given him a sol- The representative from the
id foundation for understanding 82nd House District cant sit back
and wait for something to happen
the needs of our businesses and
relative to this critical topic. We
our communities. Having been
need a representative who will
raised on a farm in Ohio, he is
also very aware of the challenges proactively pursue initiatives and
facing the agricultural communi- public/private partnerships to
create workable solutions to these
ty.
challenges. Government cannot
Craig is a fiscal conservative
do this alone, they need to clear
who will be a strong watchdog
a pathway for business, get out
on government spending. He
of the way, remove unnecessary
will fight against taxes and regregulatory burden and enhance
ulations that have weighed so
the business environment to make
heavily on all of our businesses
it conducive to investment, ecoand communities.
nomic growth and employment
Craig is a solid family man
and his conservative values align opportunities.
with the people of the 82nd Dis- We can no longer spend our
limited financial resources on
trict. He will work diligently to
improve our schools and defend subsidizing renewable energy!
our values. He knows the impor- We must allocate those precious
tance of education and the need resources to properly training
to develop a strong workforce to and developing a knowledgeable
and competitive workforce to
drive economic growth. Craig
will work hard to restore Ohio to meet the ever changing demands
of this global economy.
prominence.
I believe we need an individu- Craig Riedel has 27 years of
al in Columbus who will be pro- business experience and no expeactive and not reactive on issues rience as a politician. I think that
is a wonderful combination to
of importance to our district.I
believe Craig Riedel is the right lead us to places we have never
been before. We dont need
person to do this for the 82nd
the same follow the crowd
District.
Bill Small approach we have had for the
Defiance past four years in Columbus.
Craig can and will lead from the
front on this important issue.
A vote for Craig Riedel is a
vote for strong leadership.
Sam Strausbaugh
Defiance
Dear Editor,
I first met Craig Riedel in
1988. He had been hired by
Nucor shortly after graduating
from Ohio State and he was
excited with his new job with
Dear Editor,
Vulcraft/Nucor. I remember tell- Its been said that elections
ing him that by working hard he have consequences and that
would climb the corporate ladder every vote matters. That is why,
and have a successful career with this election cycle, it is important
Nucor. I wasnt wrong.
that we send the right person to
Craig worked at our fabricathe Statehouse, someone who
tion shop at Vulcraft in St. Joe,
will fight for our values and
Ind., as a design engineer for
stand for the most vulnerable
three years before being proamong us. As voters, we need to
moted to district sales manager in support pro-life leaders for electGrand Rapids. Three years later, ed office. In the race for state
he transferred to the sales office representative, Tony Burkley is
in Springfield and in 2002, Craig the proven candidate for the job.
was promoted to sales manager
Having spent my career in pubfor the Vulcraft Indiana Division. lic service fighting for the pro-life
Craig, Danette and their two
movement, I know how vital it
children returned to Defiance
is to have a collaborative effort
to reunite with old friends. As
and strong leadership to stand for
sales manager for Vulcraft, Craig those who cannot defend themmanaged six district sales offices selves. At every opportunity, Tony
throughout the Midwest, guiding Burkley has been a strong ally
our sales force through some
in the pro- life mission. He did
turbulent times, which included not hesitate to support me when
the Great Recession of 2009. The I sponsored the Heartbeat Bill,
construction market has finally
signing on as a cosponsor of legreturned to more robust times
islation and supporting it on both
and in 2014 and 2015, Vulcraft
occasions in which it reached the
enjoyed profitable years.
House floor. The Heartbeat Bill
In June of 2015, Craig anwould have prohibited abortions
nounced his retirement from
of unborn babies with a detectable
Nucor to pursue a strong passion heartbeat.
in life, politics. Are you kidding More recently, he voted to
me? Who gives up a great job
defund Planned Parenthood and
and promising career with a For- other organizations that perform
tune 500 company to seek a po- non-therapeutic abortions. That
litical career that will likely pay
legislation instead redirects state
less and open oneself to constant funds to groups and initiatives
scrutiny?
that support the healthcare needs
Once you meet Craig Riedel, of women and children, as well
he will tell you that he is anas try to lower Ohios devastating
swering a call from God to turn
infant mortality rate.
to a life of political service. Just
For his tireless efforts, Tony
imagine the kind of faith it takes Burkley rightfully earned the
to leave a secure job and pursue endorsement of Ohio Right
a calling from God.
to Life. And when it comes to
Most of us are skeptical of
supporting the life and dignity of
anyone running for office, but I
the unborn, I know I can always
can assure you that Craig Riedel count on Rep. Tony Burkley, and
has the highest ethics and moral you should too on March 15.
values. Many have told Craig
Lynn Wachtmann
that a change in our current leadNapoleon
ership is welcomed. Trust me

Statehouse
needs fresh ideas

A vote for strong


leadership

Leadership
change welcome

Burkley is trusted
pro-life candidate

Wednesday, March 9, 2016 Paulding County Progress - 5A

Property transfers
The term et al. refers to and others; et vir., and husband; et ux.,
and wife.

Adam Vance (center) was the speaker at the Kiwanis Club of Paulding County. Vance is promoting a concert being co-sponsored by the Paulding Church of the Nazarene and Paulding United
Methodist Church on Wednesday, March 16. We Are Leo is a nationally acclaimed Christian rock
band that has a focus toward teens, young adults and family ministry. The event will be held at the
Nazarene church, 210 Dooley Drive in Paulding, with doors opening at 6 p.m. and the concert starting at 6:30 p.m. The goal of the concert is getting younger people interested in attending church.
Vance is seeking donations to help pay the cost of putting on the concert. Helping him are his wife,
Elizabeth (left) and Austin Thomas.

Crane Township
Bradbury Farms to Cecil A.
Hook IV and Alicia L. Hook;
Sec. 7, 10.01 acres. Survivorship deed.
Harrison Township
John Molitor Jr. trustee to
Kevin L. and Trinity L. Crites;
Sec. 14, 2.37 acres. Fiduciary
deed.
Elmer J. Conley, dec. to Rebecca P. Conley; Lot 2, Horney Parcels #2, 0.344 acre.
Affidavit.
Latty Township
Mark W. and Karen M.
Eddy to Mark W. Eddy,
trustee and Karen M. Eddy,
trustee; Sec. 27, 2.32 acres and
Sec. 28, 40 acres. Quit claim.
Jeffrey C. Black, dec. to
Virginia L. Bidlack; Sec. 9,
139.7 acres; Sec. 22, 19.98

County Court
Monica A. Wattawa, South Lyon,
Mich., 89/65 speed; $100 fine, $95 costs,
pay all by April 29 or turned in for collection (POC).
John Robert McGinnis, Ohio City,
52/35 speed; $43 fine, $85 costs.
Tina Marie Kaladek, Romulus, Mich.,
87/65 speed; $43 fine, $80 costs.
Jarell A. Daniely, Columbia, Md.,
83/65 speed; $43 fine, $80 costs.
Stephanie N. Sanford, Toledo, 82/65
speed; $43 fine, $77 costs.
Hannah R. Colias, Munster, Ind., following closely; $53 fine, $80 costs.
Gregory J. Cavanaugh, Ottawa, stop
sign; $53 fine, $77 costs.
Mary M. Thomas, Fort Wayne, 77/65
speed; $33 fine, $77 costs.
Caroline A. Kurth, Wayne, Mich.,
75/65 speed; $43 fine, $77 costs.
Dale A. Jaech, El Cajon, Calif., 66/55
speed; $33 fine, $80 costs.
Stacy E. Bidlack, Cecil, stop sign; $53
fine, $77 costs.
Benjamin T. Major, Antwerp, 69/55
speed; $33 fine, $77 costs.
Camilla T. Smith, Antwerp, 65/55
speed; $33 fine, $80 costs.
Katie K. Armstrong, Defiance, seat
belt; $30 fine, $55 costs.
Zachary M. Dietz, Harrison, 69/55
speed; $33 fine, $77 costs.
Broyny Dena Vitatoe, Fort Wayne,
78/65 speed; $33 fine, $77 costs.
Teresa Eyvonne Silva, Harlan, Ind.,
81/65 speed; $43 fine, $80 costs.
Brian R. Spenn, Fort Wayne, 82/65
speed; $43 fine, $77 costs.
Julian M. Trejo, Ottoville, seat belt;
$20 fine, $47 costs.
Jamie D. Crum, Bellefontaine, 70/55
speed; $43 fine, $80 costs.
Rodney A. Jones, Wheeler, Ind., seat
belt; $30 fine, $47 costs.
Thomas E. Wyss, Ada, 73/55 speed;
$43 fine, $77 costs.
Rebecca A. Reed, Latty, seat belt; $30
fine, $47 costs.
John T. Krukenberg, Lima, 68/55
speed; $33 fine, $77 costs.
Michael A. Gloor, McClure, 76/65
speed; $33 fine, $80 costs.
Andrew N. Fox, Fort Wayne, 77/65
speed; $33 fine, $80 costs.
Thuy Vy Le, Sterling Heights, Mich.,
77/65 speed; $33 fine, $80 costs.
Anthony A. Hobart, McKinney, Texas,

76/65 speed; $33 fine, $80 costs.


Laurie M. Barlow, Kokomo, Ind.,
84/65 speed; $43 fine, $80 costs.
Gudelia Mora Garduno, Fort Wayne,
left of center; $53 fine, $80 costs.
Donald L. Howard, Paulding, 82/55
speed; $43 fine, $77 costs.
Ronald E. Rohdy, Paulding, OVI/under influence; $375 fine, $884 costs, pay
$100 regularly, Dec. 16 POC, 3 days jail,
6-month license suspension; may attend
DIP program in lieu of jail, March 16 jury
trial vacated, community control ordered,
15 hours community service, 177 days
jail reserved.
Ronald E. Rohdy, Paulding, OVI/urine/
drugs; dismissed.
Ronald E. Rohdy, Paulding, stop sign;
dismissed.
Markita Nishea Jackson, Cleveland,
driving under FRA suspension; $100 fine,
$87 costs.
Markita Nishea Jackson, Cleveland,
following closely; $50 fine.
Stacy A. Landis, Antwerp, OVI/breath
low; $375 fine, $265.23 costs, 3 days jail,
6-month license suspension; may attend
DIP program in lieu of jail, March 31
POC date, community control ordered,
motion to suppress withdrawn, ALS vacated, 177 days jail reserved, pay restitution to victim.
Alfredo Carlos Molina, Yorkshire,
physical control; $375 fine, $95 costs,
April 29 POC date, 60 hours community
service, 90 days jail reserved.
Alfredo Carlos Molina, Yorkshire, no
operators license; $200 fine, April 29
POC.
Alfredo Carlos Molina, Yorkshire, stop
sign; $50 fine.
Spencer C. Adams, Paulding, driving
under FRA suspension; $100 fine with
$50 suspended, $95 costs, March 31
POC.
Brittany S. Baird, Toledo, display
plates; $68 fine, $85 costs.
Laurence J. Mills-Gahl, Cleveland
Heights, 77/65 speed; $33 fine, $80 costs.
Sheila J. Harris, Troy, 66/55 speed; $33
fine, $80 costs.
Ryan L. Fraley, Melrose, failure to control; $68 fine, $77 costs.
Kumbo P. Bushabu, Fort Wayne, stop
See COUNTY COURT, page 6A

Common Pleas
The term et al. refers to and others; et vir., and husband; et ux.,
and wife.

Jefferson Capital Systems


LLC, Saint Cloud, Minn. vs.
Jeff Pieper, Paulding. Money
only.
In the matter of: Lisa Anne
Walker, Payne and Kim Owen
Walker, Auburn, Ind. Dissolution of marriage.
Balynda L. McGough, Grover Hill vs. Matthew R. McGough, Grover Hill. Divorce.
In the matter of: David A.
Talbott, Grover Hill and Jessica L. Talbott, Continental.
Dissolution of marriage.
Linda M. Sholl, Cecil vs.
Anthony V. Sholl, Cecil. Divorce.
Jessica L. Verfaillie, Paulding vs. Brant S. Verfaillie,
Paulding. Divorce.
Gregory Lammers, Payne
and Jane Lammers, Payne vs.
Marilyn Kipfer, Paulding and
Progressive Insurance Company, Perrysburg. Personal
injury.
Civil Docket Concluded
Mark A. Boroff, Oakwood
vs. Theresa Rose Ann Boroff,
Delphos. Divorce granted.
Cassie R. Jennings, Paulding vs. Aaron M. Jennings Sr.,
Lima. Divorce granted.
Robert D. Fry, Defiance vs.
Danielle R. Fry, Fort Wayne.
Divorce dismissed.
In the matter of: Julie R. Andrews, Oakwood and Edward
L. Andrews, Oakwood. Dissolution of marriage granted.
In the matter of: Pamela A.
Stotz, Bryan and Phillip W.
Stotz, Bryan. Dissolution of

90, Noneman Emerald Acres


Allotment #1, 0.258 acre. Affidavit.
Scott Village
Janet D. Speelman, dec. to
Kenneth L. Speelman; Lots 43
and 44, 0.7 acre. Affidavit.

Vendors
Licenses
Fostoria Scrap Corporation,
dba Powertrax Equipment
Sales, Paulding; machinery,
equipment and supplies.
Professional Office Systems, Cecil; direct selling establishment.
Grant Morrow, Hicksville;
other building, dwelling services.
Artelcom LLC, Defiance;
telecommunications.

Guest Column

Civil Docket:
Capital One Bank (USA) N.A., Richmond, Va. vs. Fern Keys, Cecil. Money
only, satisfied.
Midland Funding LLC, San Diego vs.
Breck Adams, Oakwood. Other action,
satisfied.
Midland Funding LLC, San Diego vs.
Breck Adams, Oakwood. Other action,
satisfied.
Credit Adjustments Inc., Defiance vs.
Denise Starry, Antwerp. Small claims,
satisfied.
Van Wert County Hospital, Van Wert
vs. Misty Dawn Landwehr, Paulding and
James A. Landwehr, Paulding. Other action, judgment for the plaintiff in the sum
of $649.61.
Village of Melrose, Melrose vs. Tony
Miller, Oakwood. Other action, dismissed.
Credit Adjustments Inc., Defiance vs.
Meghan E. Van Vlerah, Defiance. Small
claims, judgment for the plaintiff in the
sum of $682.23.
Michael S. Boggs DDS Inc., Hicksville vs. Matthew Glass, Paulding. Small
claims, judgment for the plaintiff in the
sum of $628.46.
Criminal Docket:
Jaime R. Lambert, Paulding, domestic
violence; dismissed with prejudice per
State, $314 costs.
Michael Edgar Ladd, Convoy, two
counts telecommunication harassment;
both dismissed with prejudice per State,
costs waived for each.
Emily J. Schlater, St. Henry, failure to
confine; dismissed without prejudice per
State, $170.73 costs.
Breana F. Blair, Van Wert, underage offense; $200 fine, $295 costs, 30 days jail
concurrent with a Van Wert case and 60
days suspended, maintain good general
behavior.
Johnathon A. Coyne, Defiance, falsification; $150 fine, $118 costs, $200 restitution, 3 days jail concurrent with a Common Pleas case and 180 days suspended;
maintain general good behavior.
Johnathon A. Coyne, Defiance, criminal damage; $50 fine, maintain general
good behavior.
Stacy A. Landis, Antwerp, animal at
large; case dismissed per State, $104
costs; shall have no animals at large.
Traffic Docket:

Civil Docket

acres; Sec. 23, 20 acres and


Sec. 26, 2.05 acres. Certificate
of transfer.
Paulding Township
Louise S. Birkhold and Jon
S. Birkhold, trustees to Louise
Birkhold; Sec. 2, 120.55 acres.
Warranty deed.
Louise S. Birkhold to Jon
S. Birkhold, trustee; Sec. 2,
120.55 acres. Warranty deed.
Oakwood Village
Jakie J. Meeker, dec. to
Sherrie S. Meeker; Lot 12,
Grove Addition, 0.194 acre.
Certificate of transfer.
Paulding Village
James R. Guelde to Suzanne
Guelde; Lots 193 and 208,
0.176 acre. Quit claim.
Betty M. McGuire, et al. to
Lewis W. and Linda McGuire;
Lot 53, Dix First Addition, 0.1
acre. Quit claim.
Linda J. Buchman, dec. to
Raymond J. Buchman; Lot

marriage granted.
In the matter of: Ricky
S. Rickard Jr., Paulding
and Justina Rickard, Paulding. Dissolution of marriage
granted.
In the matter of: Brandon N.
Smith, Paulding and Jamie C.
Smith, Payne. Dissolution of
marriage granted.
Melinda K. Porter, Paulding vs. Healthcare Ventures
of Ohio LLC, Columbus and
Ohio Bureau of Workers
Compensation, Columbus.
Workers compensation, dismissed with costs from deposit.
Union Savings Bank, Cincinnati vs. Cynthia Lee Montoya, individually and as
co-executor Nancy K. Burns
Estate, plus her unknown
spouse if any, Fort Wayne
and Jeffrey Alan Ott, individually and as co-executor
Nancy K. Burns Estate, plus
his unknown spouse if any,
Andrews, Texas and Kathryn
Holbrook-McCollister and her
unknown spouse if any, Fort
Wayne and James Burns and
his unknown spouse if any,
Butler, Ind. and Ricky Burns
and his unknown spouse if any,
Antwerp and Randy Burns,
and his unknown spouse if
any, Pleasant Lake, Ind. and
Estate of Nancy K. Burns,
address unavailable. Foreclosures, notice of dismissal filed
with costs to plaintiff.
The State Bank and Trust
Company, Defiance vs. Tami
L. Kamphaus and her unknown spouse if any, Fort Jennings and Federal Home Loan
Bank of Cincinnati, Cincinnati

and Second National Bank,


Newark and Paulding County
Treasurer, Paulding. Foreclosures, case dismissed without
prejudice.
Paulding County Treasurer,
Paulding vs. Robert A. Lehman and his unknown spouse
if any, Paulding and MERS,
Flint, Mich. and United Financial Mortgage Corp., Wilmington, Del. and Ohio Department of Taxation, Columbus
and Credit Adjustments Inc.,
Defiance. Foreclosure of real
property tax, Sheriffs sale
confirmed and proceeds distributed.
Crescent Bank & Trust,
Chesapeake, Va. vs. Jessica
Shutt, Defiance. Money only,
dismissed without prejudice at
plaintiffs costs.
Ohio Department of Transportation, Columbus vs. Robert F. Howell, Paulding and
Daniel C. Howell, Paulding
and Marsha Franklin, Antwerp
and Tonya L. Meyer, Paulding
and Tamara Shrider, Paulding
and Clayton E. Howell, Paulding and Marjorie E. Howell,
Paulding and Ohio Department of Taxation, Columbus
and Paulding County Auditor, Paulding and Paulding
County Treasurer, Paulding.
Appropriation, ordered that
all rights, titles and interest in
the property described as Parcel No. 4-WD be vested in the
State of Ohio.
Lewis Weaver Sr., Paulding
vs. Paul J. Stuckey, Paulding
and Loretta Heingartner, Albion, Ind. and Doris Smith,
Paulding and Glenna Doster,
Scott and Harold Weaver,
Payne. Quiet title, dismissed.

Marriage Licenses
None.
Administration Docket
In the Estate of Thomas
(Jane) D. Rash, last will and
testament filed.
In the Estate of Marguerite
M. Stoller, last will and testament filed.
Criminal Docket
Andrew J. Martin, 26, of
Payne, will be in Court April
11 for a pretrial regarding his
indictment alleging involuntary manslaughter (F1), two
counts corrupting another with
drugs (F2), and illegal manufacture of drugs (F3). Results
of his evaluation at the Court
Diagnostic and Treatment
See COMMON PLEAS page 6A

Ohios heroin emergency

By Mike DeWine
Ohio Attorney General
Unintentional drug overdoses claimed the lives of 2,482
Ohioans in 2014. Thats nearly four deaths every day, and an
alarming jump more than 17 percent over 2013s drug-induced fatalities.
Heroin infests every county in Ohio. No city, town, or village urban or rural escapes its clutches. In fact, Ohio is
mired in the worst drug epidemic I have witnessed in my lifetime. In my travels around the state I hear stories from Ohioans whose lives heroin has turned upside-down. Their stories
have made me determined to sound the alarm and do whatever
I can to prevent other Ohioans from experiencing their pain.
But no government office, whether federal, state or local,
can single-handedly solve the heroin problem. We cant arrest
or convict our way out of it. We can, however, attack the heroin problem holistically and seek solutions collaboratively.
But some obstacles arent easy to overcome.
For example, the psychological barrier the hesitation
even habitual drug consumers had about putting that stuff in
their veins has all but disappeared. Likewise, families may
ignore drug abuse in their own homes, fearing what the CBS
60 Minutes segment Heroin in the Heartland called the
stigma and shame compounding the epidemic.
That cautionary psychological barrier must be rebuilt. And
families whose loved ones struggle with addiction must be
encouraged to seek assistance.
Also, the drug cartels changed their business model and
moved the market for heroin into the suburbs and small towns.
Send the right text or make the right phone call and a dose of
heroin can be delivered to your doorstep as conveniently, and
for about the same price, as a deluxe pizza.
My office has taken actions to reduce the number of lives lost,
families devastated, and communities diminished as a result
of the damage heroin inflicts on our state.
In 2013 we combined some assets and created the AGO
Heroin Unit to pursue opiate traffickers and support community leaders, law enforcement and schools in their battles with
the heroin epidemic. During the 2015 fiscal year, we prosecuted more than 150 heroin-related cases.
Our Community Outreach Team has worked with community leaders in nearly every Ohio county. As part of the Taking
Back Our Communities: Combatting the Opiate Epidemic
conferences the team conducts around the state, theyre helping those leaders craft strategies and solutions.
Peace officers may now carry and administer Naloxone, an
antidote that reverses an opioid overdose. To help defray the
cost and make Naloxone more accessible, my office negotiated with the drugs manufacturer Amphastar Pharmaceuticals
Inc. who agreed to provide rebates for Naloxone syringes
bought by non-federal Ohio agencies. Last year, we distributed $91,272 in rebates to communities throughout Ohio.
Weve also responded to Ohios heroin epidemic outside the
conventional box. For example:
My office produced Marins Story: The Battle Against
Heroin, a powerful video about one young womans struggle
with heroin addiction. So far the video has reached some 10
million viewers on social media.
Through a pilot project were funding in northwest Ohio,
my office partnered with law enforcement and victim advocates in Lucas County to establish an innovative Drug Abuse
Response Team.
The 60 Minutes segment I mentioned earlier also highlighted the work of our Bureau of Criminal Investigation.
In January we convened an emergency summit where
hundreds of community, law enforcement, and public safety
representatives from all over the state learned about new and
successful ideas for fighting the heroin epidemic.
We supported CVS Pharmacies and Kroger when representatives of each retail chain announced their Ohio stores
will sell Naloxone on an over-the-counter basis, making the
antidote even more widely available to save Ohio lives.
Well continue to look for ways we can alert Ohioans about
and engage them in this battle.
Were stronger together than we are on or own. By sharing
ideas and building on each others strengths we can diminish
and ultimately defeat Ohios heroin epidemic.
Mike DeWine is a guest columnist for the Paulding County
Progress.
The opinions stated are those of the writer, and do not necessarily reflect that of the newspaper.

Paulding Mayors Court


These cases are listed on a monthly basis as they are
paid in full.

Michael W. Andrews, Detroit, disobeyed


traffic control ordinance; dismissed.
Michael W. Andrews, Detroit, parking in
roadway; $150 fine and costs.
Kenneth R. Birt, Elida, speed; $110 fine and
costs.
Daniel P. Cole, Warren, Mich., disobeyed
traffic control ordinance; dismissed.
Daniel P. Cole, Warren, Mich., parking in
roadway; $150 fine and costs.
Jason Edds, Cecil, disorderly conduct; $170
fine and costs.
Rex R. Flory, Jewell, speed; $135 fine and
costs.
Angela M. Fry, Paulding, no turn signal;
$110 fine and costs.
Dennis J. Gallo, Paulding, failure to control;
dismissed.
Dennis J. Gallo, Paulding, no license plate
light/no tail light; $150 fine and costs.

Kerry A. Geiger, Cecil, improper backing;


$110 fine and costs.
Ali A. Hassan, Ripley, Tenn., disobeyed
traffic control ordinance; dismissed.
Ali A. Hassan, Ripley, Tenn., no licence
plate/tail light; $150 fine and costs.
David M. McMichael, Cecil, failure to yield
right of way; $115 fine and costs.
Calixto Munoz, Paulding, expired operators license; $120 fine and costs.
Calixto Munoz, Paulding, violated no left
turn sign; $110 fine and costs.
Jonathan L. Overmyer, Cecil, disorderly
conduct; $170 fine and costs.
Douglas D. Reinhard, Haviland, speed;
$150 fine and costs.
Michael G. Skiles, Anderson, Ind., brake
light violation; $150 fine and costs.
Paul H. Waesch, St. Marys, speed; $110 fine
and costs.
Webster S. Workman, Paulding, improper
backing; $110 fine and costs.

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sign; $53 fine, $80 costs.

Patrick
B.
Baumle,
Haviland, seat belt; $30 fine,
$47 costs.
Larry D. Alexander, Indianapolis, 77/65 speed; $33 fine,
$80 costs.
Joseph R. Grimes, Antwerp,
69/55 speed; $33 fine, $80
costs.
Jared W. Deatrick, Cecil,
child restraint; $68 fine, $77
costs.
James P. Ringler, Payne,
stop sign; $53 fine, $77 costs.
Shelyce S. Brown, Defiance, 77/65 speed; $33 fine,
$80 costs.
Trunnis Goggins, Indianapolis, 77/65 speed; $33 fine,
$80 costs.

n COMMON

Tania M. Walters, Paulding,


69/55 speed; $43 fine, $95
costs; points waived.
Christian X. Riley, Van
Wert, 42/25 speed; $63 fine,
$80 costs.
Steven J. Strahm, Payne,
stop sign; $53 fine, $77 costs.
Salam F. Potres, Farmington Hills, Mich., 85/65 speed;
$43 fine, $80 costs.
Sue M. Zielke, Antwerp,
seat belt; $30 fine, $47 costs.
William A. Durham Jr., Indianapolis, 81/65 speed; $43
fine, $80 costs.
Thomas P. Sullivan, Indianapolis, seat belt; $30 fine,
$50 costs.
Zackery L. Wesley, Paulding, seat belt; $30 fine, $47

costs.
Brian J. Roop, Holland, following closely; $53 fine, $80
costs.
Blake W. Baltrip, Cloverdale, stop sign; $130 bond
posted.
Jeffrey C. Dix, Defiance,
seat belt; $30 fine, $50 costs.
Nancy S. Bank, Livonia,
Mich., 77/65 speed; $33 fine,
$80 costs.
Patricia A. Babcock, Logansport, Ind., 78/65 speed;
$33 fine, $80 costs.
Summer R. Carr, Hicksville, 70/55 speed; $43 fine,
$80 costs.
Larry R. Greathouse, Grover Hill, failure to control; $53
fine, $77 costs.

PLEAS

Continued from Page 5A


Center to determine his competency to stand
trial will be reviewed.
Donald A. Fee Jr., 54, Paulding, was scheduled for a March 21 pretrial conference, following a polygraph test, for his indictment
alleging possession of meth (F5) and burglary
(F4).
Jason A. Brown, 37, address unavailable,
will appear for a pretrial conference for burglary (F2) on March 11.
Ashley Dalton, 28, of Paulding, entered a
guilty plea to possession of cocaine (F5) and
possession of drugs (F5). She will be sentenced on March 21.
Wendy J. Tillery, 44, of Grover Hill, will be
in court for a pretrial conference on March 11
for possession of methamphetamine (F5).
Larry J. Copsey, 44, of Antwerp, was sentenced to five years community control sanctions for non-support of dependents (F5).
Conditions of the sanctions include 20 days
jail with credit for 1 day served and he was
allowed work release on specific dates if he
qualified, get and keep a job, have a child support evaluation with Paulding County Child
Support Enforcement Agency every three
years, pay child support when its due, pay all
arrearages during the sanction period, no drugs
or alcohol, submit to random tests, and file income tax by deadline. Court costs were $280.
Jerel A. Tousley, 40, of Oakwood, entered
a not guilty plea to possession of drugs (F5)
and possession of meth (F5). He waived extradition and was released on his own recognizance on the conditions of no arrests, no drugs
and no alcohol. His pretrial conference will be
March 30 with a May 10 jury trial.
John Reed Jr., 40, of Paulding, will have a
status conference regarding his nonsupport of
dependent (F5) charge on April 4.
Michael W. Elders, 30, of Defiance, was
sentenced after a change of plea recently.
A charge of breaking and entering (F5) was
amended to receiving stolen property (F5)
a second was dismissed. A grand theft (F3)
charge was amended to theft (F5). He pled
guilty to receiving stolen property and theft.
He was sentenced to two 11-month terms with
Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction for 22 months total. He received credit
for 85 days served. He was also ordered to
pay restitution to 25 victims plus court costs,
which totaled $3,946.
Jonathan A. Coyne, 28, of Van Wert, was
sentenced to a 17-month stated prison term
with ODRC for receiving stolen property

(F4). Five days credit was given for time


served. He was also ordered to pay restitution
of $5,057.60 to two victims plus court costs,
for a grand total of $5,651.09.
Jonathan P. Delarber, 30, of Continental,
entered a not guilty plea to breaking and entering (F5). After waiving extradition, he was
released on his own recognizance on the conditions of no arrests and no contact with his
victim. Pretrial conference will be March 30
with a May 10 jury trial.
Misty R. Mattern, 40, Payne, entered a not
guilty plea to possession of drugs (F5) and was
released on her own recognizance on the conditions of no arrests. She is scheduled for an
April 4 pretrial conference with a May 10 jury
trial date.
Brittney A. Farris, 22, of Grover Hill, entered not guilty pleas to two counts of unlawful sexual conduct with a minor (F4). She will
have a pretrial conference March 30. She was
released on an OR bond on the conditions of
no arrests and no contact with her alleged victim.
Aaron R. Pogue, 37, of Fort Wayne, was released on his own recognizance following arraignment for nonsupport of dependent (F4).
Conditions of the release include no arrests
and to continue making child support payments. His pretrial conference is scheduled for
April 25.
Joseph M. Farmer, 35 of Payne, had his
community control sanctions continued with
additional penalty after a violation of the sanctions was confirmed. He was ordered to spend
30 addition al days in jail and pay $65.50 costs.
He was sentenced to five years of the sanctions
in 2011 for nonsupport of dependents (F5).
Melinda E. Gonzales, 31, of Paulding, had
her community control sanctions revoked and
was sentenced to the reserved 11-month and
12-month prison terms with ODRC for forgery
(F5) and failure to appear (F4), respectively.
She received credit for 446 days already
served.
Christina Dunderman, 30, of Antwerp, had
her community control sanctions revoked and
was sentenced to 11 months with ODRC for
theft (F5) and nonsupport of dependents (F5).
She must also pay costs.
Anthony L. Parcher, 24, of Paulding, had his
community control sanctions revoked and was
ordered to serve 11 months with the ODRC for
trafficking marijuana (F5). Credit was given
for 54 days served. He must also pay $150 restitution and $500 costs previously ordered.

ACCIDENT REPORTS
None.
INCIDENT REPORTS
Wednesday, Feb. 24
9:24 a.m. Harassment on
Facebook was the complaint
from Nancy Street.
12:21 p.m. A business
alarm sounded on North Main
Street. Police found an employee set it off.
Thursday, Feb. 25
12:30 a.m. Officers were
called to Paulding County
Hospital ER for an unruly
patient. The man was found
walking along the roadway.
Friday, Feb. 26
8 p.m. A van backed into another vehicle on Water Street
at Jackson Street. No further
information was available.
Saturday, Feb. 27
10:05 a.m. A North Dix
Street resident told police
they believed someone tried to
break into their house because
their storm window was laying in the yard.
3:58 p.m. Family disturbance on West Jackson Street
was looked into.
Sunday, Feb. 28
3:43 a.m. Police assisted
Paulding County Sheriffs
deputies in their lobby with a
male cited for DUI.
3:45 p.m. Suspicious person was seen in a van at an
East Perry Street business. It
was gone when police arrived.
3:59 p.m. Officers assisted
with a welfare check on Bittersweet Drive where a deceased
person was found, deemed to
have died of natural causes.
5:27 p.m. Theft of a .22
caliber revolver from Hoover
Avenue was entered into the
LEADS system. The case is
under investigation.

9:21 p.m. Unruly juvenile


complaint was handled on
Emerald Road.
Monday, Feb. 29
1:15 p.m. Unwanted person
on Nancy Street was told to
leave and complied.
4:15 p.m. Responding to a
business alarm on North Main
Street, police found the system was being worked on.
5:57 p.m. An juvenile
missing from North Williams
Street was located and returned home.
9:35 p.m. A West Perry
Street resident told police he
had been in a confrontation
with a felony parolee. A report
was sent to the parole officer
and the prosecutors office.
11:20 p.m. Report of a
prowler on a porch on East
Perry Street did not turn up
any problems.
Tuesday, March 1
11 a.m. A break-in on South
Main Street was investigated.
Property owner found tools in
the trash, a hole in the wall,
things moved about and the
fire extinguisher set off.
11:40 a.m. A Flat Rock
Drive resident told police
someone shot their car with
paintballs.
12:30 p.m. Items were

Weatherreport weekly summary as recorded at Paulding Villages water treatment


plant

Observations recorded for the 24 hours ending at 7:30 a.m. on the morning of:


PRECIPITATION


24-HOUR AMOUNTS
S n o w / I c e o n
DATE
H I G H L O W Rain-Melted snow Snow-Ice the ground

March 1
March 2
March 3
March 4
March 5
March 6
March 7

42
53
53
32
36
35
44

23
20
20
26
26
30
32

Ohio, which is more particularly


described as follows:
Beginning at a point on the westerly right-of-way line of South
Main Street (St. Rte. #49) and
the easterly line of said Lot #1,
said point of beginning being
Twenty-nine and zero hundredths
(29.00) feet S. 20 deg. 05 00 E.
(assumed bearing for purposes
of description) from the West
River Street right-of-way, (using
33 feet as the distance measured
from centerline of said street);
thence S. 20 deg. 05 00 E., on
the easterly line of said Lot #1 and
the westerly right-of-way line of
South Main St. (State Rte. #49),
Forty-four and twenty hundredths
(44.20) feet to a point; thence S. 68
deg. 13 20 W., on and along the
southerly line of an existing brick
wall between Shaffer Hardware
and the Village Apothecary, and
said wall line extended One Hundred Three and zero hundredths
(103.00) feet to a point; thence N.
20 deg. 05 00 W. , Forty-three
and zero hundredths (43.00) feet to
a point; thence on a line N. 67 deg.
33 00 E., which becomes the
northerly line of an existing brick
wall between Black Creek Properties, Inc. and Shaffer Hdwe.,
One Hundred Three and zero hundredths (103.00) feet to the point
of beginning, hereby reserving the
right-of-way as an open alley in
the westerly 10 of the above-described land, perpetually, together
with all the appurtenances and hereditaments thereunto belonging.
Parcel Nos.: 12-10S-007-00; 1210S-008-00; 12-10S-009-00; 1210S-009-01
The Plaintiff further alleges that by
reason of default of the Defendants
Mark A. Marenberg and Village
Square, Inc., dba Village Apothecary, in the payment of a certain
Promissory Note and Security
Agreement, according to its tenor,
the conditions of a mortgage given
to secure the payment of said note
and conveying the premises described, have been broken, and
the same has become absolute.

The Plaintiff prays that the Defendant Ying Ma, aka Ma Ying,
be required to answer and set up
her interest in said real estate or be
forever barred from asserting the
same, for foreclosure of said mortgage, the marshalling of any liens,
and the sale of said real estate, and
the proceeds of said sale applied
to the payment of Plaintiffs claim
in the property in the order of its
priority, and for such other and further relief as is just and equitable.
THE DEFENDANT NAMED
ABOVE IS REQUIRED TO
FILE HER ANSWER TO SAID
COMPLAINT WITHIN TWENTY-EIGHT (28) DAYS OF
THE LAST DATE OF PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE
WHICH WILL BE ON MARCH
30, 2016.
Michael C. Jones,
Supreme Court Reg. #0020805
Attorney for Plaintiff
3239 Winding Woods Drive
Powell, Ohio 43065
(740) 881-0018
LEGAL NOTICE
The Annual Financial Report of
Paulding for 2015 has been completed. The report is available at
the Village of Paulding, Office of
the Finance Director, 116 South
Main Street, Paulding, OH 45879.
Annette D. Hasch
Finance Director
Public Notice
The Village of Payne, Paulding
County, Ohio is letting bids to
enter into a contract for the collection and removal of garbage,
rubbish, refuse, and bulky waste
pickup from the Village of Payne,
Paulding County, Ohio and allowing businesses to independently
contract for such service. Bid
packets are available from the
Mayor and Fiscal Officer Offices.
Bids will be accepted till March
28, 2016 until 7:00 p.m. when all
bids shall be opened and taken
under advisement for awarding.

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ACCIDENTS:
Saturday, Feb. 20
9:10 p.m. Riley James Bidlack, 18, of Cecil, was cited
for failure to yield following a
two-vehicle crash at the intersection of Ohio 114 and Road 107
in Blue Creek Township. He was
traveling north on Road 107 in a
2001 Ford Ranger when reports
say he failed to stop for the stop
sign and entered the path of a
second vehicle. A 2005 Pontiac
Montana mini van operated by
Jane M. Linder, 50, of Paulding,
collided with him. Both vehicles
were disabled and towed. Bidlack and his passenger, Logan
Riley Hasch, 16, of Defiance,
were taken by Scott EMS to
Paulding County Hospital for
assessment of possible injuries.
Linder was not transported.
Sunday, Feb. 21
7:23 p.m. A two-vehicle crash
on US 127 north of Road 162
in Crane Township resulted in

a citation, but no injuries. Con


W. Shuherk, 50, of Paulding,
was stopped on the highway in a
1999 Chevy pickup truck to pull
into a driveway. The truck was
struck from behind by a 2010
Chevy Cobalt driven by Catherine Ann Sweinhagen, 17, of
Defiance. She was cited for assure clear distance. Damage was
minor to the truck and functional
to the car.
Thursday, Feb. 25
2:10 p.m. Roberta S. Garrett, 61, Oakwood, was cited
for failure to control following
a single-vehicle accident on
Road 209 north of Road 166
in Auglaize Township. While
northbound, she lost control of
her 2004 Pontiac Vibe on snowy
roads. The car slid off the right
where it sideswiped a pole.
Damage to the car was functional and it was towed. She was not
hurt.
2:14 p.m. Riley J. Moore, 19,

NOTICE OF DELINQUENT
UTILITY ACCOUNTS
Notice is hereby given that persons
owning properties, described in
the continuation of this notice, are
hereby notified that certain water
and/or sewer charges against the
described properties are delinquent
and past due. If delinquent charges
are not paid within fifteen (15)
days after the publication of this
notice the Village Council of the
Village of Paulding, Ohio shall authorize said charges to be entered
upon the tax duplicate and be a
lien upon such properties from and
after the date of entry.
The list of property owners and lot
description is as follows:
Sonya M. Geckle
Lot 19 Dix 1st Add
Paulding Village

to Michele Ann Bayes. The


hearing on the application will
be held on the 21st day of April,
2016, at 10:00 oclock a.m. in
the Probate Court of Paulding,
County, located at Courthouse 2nd Floor - Office 202.
Michele A. Michael
113 S. Main St., P.O. Box 642
Payne, Ohio 45880

Legals
LEGAL NOTICE
The Antwerp Exchange Bank
Company v. Mark A. Marenberg,
et al., Case No, CI-14-066
The Defendant Ying Ma, aka Ma
Ying whose last known address is
Ying Ma, 4-31-45, Feng Cheng
Street, Wang Hua District, Fu
Shun City, Liao Ning Province,
China 113001, and whose present address is unknown, will take
notice that on April 17, 2014, The
Antwerp Exchange Bank Company filed its Complaint for Foreclosure in Case No. CI-14-066 in
the Court of Common Pleas of
Paulding County, 115 North Williams Street, Paulding, OH 45879,
seeking foreclosure and alleging
that the Defendant Ying Ma has or
may claim to have interest in the
real estate commonly known as
105-109 South Main Street, Antwerp, Ohio 45813 and described
below:
Tract I
Being a part of Lots Number One
(1) and Two (2) in Daggetts Addition to the Village of Antwerp,
Ohio, and bounded and described
as follows:
Commencing on the East line of
said Lot #1, Seventy-six (76) feet
south of the Northeast corner of
said Lot #1; thence westerly and
parallel with the north line of said
lot, One Hundred and three (103)
feet; thence southerly and parallel with the east line of said lot to
within thirty (30) feet of the south
line of said Lot #2; thence easterly
and parallel with the south line of
said Lots #1 and 2 to the east line
of said Lot #1; and thence northerly on the east line of said Lot #1
to the place of beginning.
The west ten (10) feet of the land
hereby conveyed/described to be
kept free, perpetually, as and for
an alley.
Parcel Nos.: 12-10S-003-00; 1210S-004-00; 12-10S-005-00; 1210S-006-00
Tract II
Being a part of Lots #1 and #2 in
Daggetts Addition to the Village
of Antwerp, Paulding County,

stolen from a garage on Flat


Rock Drive. These included
an air compressor, drill and
bits, power saw, case of tools,
electric screwdriver set, electric sander and a saw.
1:29 p.m. An East Jackson
Street resident allegedly took
items belonging to another.
The case is under investigation.
4:03 p.m. A tire fell off
a moving vehicle on North
Williams Street and struck a
parked truck. The first vehicle
was towed.
9:55 p.m. Violation of a police no contact order is under
investigation. It occurred on
North Williams Street.
Wednesday, March 2
3:12 p.m. Police handled a
five-vehicle accident on North
Williams Street. There were
no injuries or damage. None
of the drivers requested a report be filed.
5:25 p.m. Unruly juvenile
missing from their West Jackson Street home was found
and returned.
10 p.m. An out-of-state caller requested a welfare check
on a subject due to remarks on
social media. The matter was
turned over to the sheriffs office.

LEGAL NOTICE
The Annual Financial Report of
the Community Improvement
Corporation of Paulding for 2015
has been completed. The report
is available for inspection at the
Village of Paulding, Office of the
Finance Director, 116 South Main
Street, Paulding Ohio 45879.
Annette D. Hasch
Treasurer
PROBATE COURT OF
PAULDING COUNTY,
OHIO
JOHN A. DEMUTH, JUDGE
IN RE: CHANGE OF NAME
OF Michele Ann Michael (Present Name) Michele Ann Bayes
(Name Requested).
Case No. 20166003
NOTICE OF
HEARING ON CHANGE OF
NAME
[R.C. 2717.01]
Applicant hereby gives notice to
all interested persons that the applicant has filed an Application
for Change of Name in the Probate Court of Paulding County,
Ohio, requesting the change of
name of Michele Ann Michael

NOTICE
The following matters are the
subject of this public notice by
the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency. The complete public
notice, including any additional
instructions for submitting comments, requesting information, a
public hearing, or filing an appeal
may be obtained at: http://www.
epa.ohio.gov/actions.aspx or
Hearing Clerk, Ohio EPA, 50 W.
Town St. P.O. Box 1049, Columbus, Ohio 43216. Ph: 614-6442129 email: HClerk@epa.ohio.
gov
Proposed Revocation of NPDES
Permit Porters BP Paulding Bulk
Plant *
315 N Dix, Paulding, OH
Facility Description: Wastewater-Miscellaneous
Receiving Water: unnamed trib.
to Opossum Run ID #: 2IN00184*DD
Date of Action: 02/26/2016
NOTICE
As specified in the Ohio Revised Code 319.11, the unaudited 2015 Financial Statement
for the Joint Solid Waste Management District of Defiance,
Fulton, Paulding and Williams
Counties is available for inspection in the Williams County
Auditors Office located on the
second floor of the Courthouse,
Bryan, OH. Office hours are
8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., Monday
through Friday.
Williams County Auditor
Julie Beagle
SWD Fiscal Officer

of Payne, was cited for failure to


control after a single-truck accident on Road 144 west of Road
93 in Paulding Township. His
2002 Chevy Silverado slid off
the road while traveling west. It
went through a ditch before hitting a pole. He was unhurt.
7:57 p.m. Lisa Cox, 52, of
Oakwood, was cited for failure
to control after a slide-off from
Ohio 637 west of Road 201 in
Auglaize Township. She was
driving west in a 2003 Chevy
Blazer when she lost control in
slush on the road. The SUV went
off the left and rolled. The vehicle was disabled and towed. Cox
was transported by Oakwood
EMS to Defiance Regional
Medical Center for assessment
for possible injuries.
Monday, Feb. 29
7:34 a.m. Allison Jean Santo, 23, of Paulding, was cited
for failure to control following
a single-car accident on Road
133 north of Ohio 111 in Jackson Township. She was driving
north in a 2011 Chevy Malibu
when she veered off the right,
striking two mailboxes. The car
crossed the road and went off
the left side, going up a pond
embankment then down toward
a creeks edge. The car was disabled and towed. Santo wasnt
harmed.
Tuesday, March 1
6:36 p.m. Richard H. Risner, 47, of Defiance was cited
for failure to control when the
truck/dolly combo he was driving jack-knifed on US 24 west
of US 127 in Crane Township.
Both eastbound lanes were
blocked. His 2003 GMC truck
suffered disabling damage and
was towed. The car he had been
towing, a 2003 Nissan Sentra,
received minor damage. Risner
was not hurt.
INCIDENTS:
Wednesday, Feb. 24
9:05 a.m. Theft of gas was investigated on Road 155 in Washington Township.
10:23 a.m. Dog complaint
was handled on Road 192 in
Carryall Township.
10:48 a.m. Suspicious van
was observed in Melrose.
7:25 p.m. Slide-off accident
on Ohio 637 in Jackson Township was handled. Paulding
EMS assisted at the scene. No
further information was available.
8:08 p.m. Deputies handled a
crash on US 24 in Crane Township. No further information was
available.
9:20 p.m. Paulding fire and
EMS units assisted at the scene
of a slide-off accident on US 24
in Crane Township. Further information was not available.
10:10 p.m. A vehicle hit a
guardrail along US 24 in Crane
Township. No further information was available.
Thursday, Feb. 25
6:50 a.m. Paulding EMS
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Wednesday, March 9, 2016 Paulding County Progress - 7A

n SHERIFF

In My Opinion

Continued from Page 6A


made a transport from an accident on US 127 north of Ohio
613 in Paulding Township.
Paulding fire units were also on
scene. No further information
was available.
7:20 a.m. Payne EMS transported a subject from the scene
of an accident on Ohio 49 in
Harrison Township. Payne Fire
Department assisted at the scene.
Further information was not
available.
7:20 a.m. Damage to a front
yard along Road 168 in Emerald
Township was reported.
8:55 a.m. A truck backed into
a pole in Melrose. Deputies processed the information.
9:05 a.m. A car was seen in a
ditch along US 127 in Paulding
Township.
12:34 p.m. Report of a semi
stolen from US 30 in Benton
Township was investigated.
4:11 p.m. A hog was noted
running loose along Ohio 500 in
Benton Township.
4:13 p.m. Dog complaint was
lodged from Cecil.
5:05 p.m. Juvenile matter was
handled on Ohio 613 in Brown
Township.
7:08 p.m. Deputies delivered
a message from Williams County Sheriffs office to an address
on Road 179 in Brown Township.
7:45 p.m. Paulding Police Department requested an EMS unit
on Klingler Road.
7:51 p.m. A slide-off from US
127 north of Paulding near Road
162 was investigated. No further
information was available.
Friday, Feb. 26
8:30 a.m. Both canine units
were deployed in the Paulding
Schools on North Water Street.
1:43 p.m. Dog complaint was
handled in Payne.
7:27 p.m. Car window was
broken along Ohio 613 in Jackson Township.

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7:37 p.m. Car/deer crash on


US 127 in Crane Township was
handled.
8:03 p.m. Car/deer collision
on Ohio 111 in Emerald Township was documented.
10:35 p.m. Threats by phone
were reported by a Cecil resident.
Saturday, Feb. 27
1:52 a.m. Car/deer wreck on
Road 232 west of Road 115 in
Emerald Township was taken
care of.
12:34 p.m. Two deputies responded to a domestic complaint
on Road 250A in Carryall Township. Antwerp EMS was called
for a woman with a broken nose;
she was transported.
5:30 p.m. Canine unit was deployed on South Williams Street
in Paulding.
10:15 p.m. Deputies arrested
Frederick Ginter on a warrant.
11:47 p.m. A deputy reported possession and paraphernalia complaint on Road 108 in
Brown Township.
Sunday, Feb. 28
12:04 a.m. Three deputies
responded to a bar fight call on
Road 171 in Auglaize Township.
They were there about five minutes.
3:43 a.m. Domestic complaint
was handled on East Perry Street
in Paulding.
8:16 a.m. Canine unit was
deployed on East Perry Street in
Paulding for less than 10 minutes.
2:24 p.m. Deputies responded
to a call on Road 138 in Jackson
Township.
4:21 p.m. Paulding police requested an EMS unit on Bittersweet Drive.
5:44 p.m. Sheriffs staff entered a gun into LEADS as stolen for Paulding Police Department.
Monday, Feb. 29
5:08 a.m. A truck was seen at
an abandoned property on Road
24 in Benton Township.
5:28 a.m. Car/deer crash on
Road 143 in Emerald Township
was documented.
5:44 a.m. Motion alarm
sounded on Road 191 in Brown
Township.
10:15 a.m. An Auglaize
Township resident of Ohio 637
told deputies their car had been
keyed.
12:11 p.m. Theft by means of

a fake check was investigated on


Road 138 in Brown Township.
5:05 p.m. Dog complaint was
handled on US 127 in Jackson
Township.
6:08 p.m. Trespassing was the
complaint lodged by an Auglaize Township resident of Road
10.
Tuesday, March 1
3:19 a.m. Suspicious vehicle
was seen parked in a warehouse
lot in Latty Township.
9:12 a.m. Dog complaint was
handled on Road 218 in Emerald
Township.
1:05 p.m. Canine unit was deployed at a traffic stop on North
Williams Street in Paulding.
1:53 p.m. Theft from a camper on Road 203 in Washington
Township was investigated.
4:31 p.m. Residential burglar
alarm sounded from Road 5 in
Benton Township.
7:17 p.m. Motor vehicle accident on Road 115 north of Road
162 in Emerald Township.
6:55 p.m. Slide-off accident
on US 24 in Emerald Township
was handled. No further information was available.
9:50 p.m. A caller from Payne
indicated concern for a childs
welfare.
Wednesday, March 2
6:16 a.m. Car/deer crash that
had occurred the previous evening on Road 111 west of Road
123 in Jackson Township was
documented.
10:14 a.m. A caller from
Road 132 in Paulding Township
reported seeing a man exit their
garage and go around the building.
12:04 p.m. Dog complaint
was lodged from Road 132 in
Paulding Township.
2:37 p.m. A deputy assisted
Job and Family Services at the
Paulding Schools.
2:39 p.m. Job and Family Services requested a deputy to assist
them in Cecil.
2:46 p.m. Paulding Police
Department reported a dog complaint.
3:20 p.m. Traffic control was
provided for Paulding police.
5:45 p.m. Multiple persons
were reportedly taking items
from a house in Cecil.
9:33 p.m. Threats on social
media were reported by an Auglaize Township resident of Road
1038.

The annual Best of awards


Well, the high school basketball regular
Ayersville 42-40. A Sam Williamson put
season is over and the tournament is in full
back off of a Matt Jones miss as the buzzer
swing with most area teams already prepping sounded. The two-point game turned out to
for spring sports. With that in mind, I will
be the only conference loss the Pilots sufunveil my Best of categories and my obser- fered.
vations and opinions for the 2015-16 season.
Best Individual Effort: Again, there are
I confess, since I cover Antwerp sports and
two that come to mind. Runner-up: In the Anour two other writers do a fine job covering
twerp win over Ayersville, junior Matt Jones
Wayne Trace and Paulding,
scored 20 points including
most of my observations
six 3-pointers. Best IndiIn My
come as a result of attendvidual Effort goes to Sam
ing Archer games. Keep in
Williamson, who scored 48
Opinion
mind, this is my opinion.
points against North Central
So, here it is ... drum roll
to break the school record
please, Erik Buchan....
for the most points in a sin Best Popcorn: After eatgle game.
Joe Shouse
ing so much popcorn, I have
Best Regular Season
to admit it was all pretty
Game With a Tournament
good. By the end of the seaAtmosphere: Antwerp girls
son it all tastes about the same or I am so sick defeating 12th ranked Wayne Trace 46-40.
of it that I really dont care. I dont want to
Best Rendition of the National Anthem:
sound too negative but the popcorn at EdgerAntwerps Barry DeLong always did a
ton must have been left over from the game
masterful job, never missing a note. Archer
play a week earlier.
sophomore Taylor Provines, representing her
Best Concessions: Stryker, hands down!
school and country, did an excellent job each
Loaded nachos, stuffed pretzels, pork nachos, time. A great sister duo, Olivia and Faith
pulled pork sandwiches, giant hot dogs and
Kuhlman from Holgate, was at the top of my
walking tacos, and very good popcorn ... need list until a group of six young ladies from
I say more. Honorable mention at Antwerp
Antwerp School blended their voices and
thanks to the Archer burger.
harmonized to perfection. Blair and Paige
Best Pep Band: The Paulding band is
Rebber, Megan and Kristen Prince, Mariah
good and did an excellent job and I award
and Marissa Elkins job well done.
them with two drum sticks. But for the third
Best Wardrobe Change: While shopyear in a row the Antwerp band was tops.
ping at the local thrift stores for my latest
They were loud, entertaining and enjoyable
attire and never making a positive fashion
for all the fans. Many times I heard comstatement, I want to thank the Antwerp boys
ments from the opposing fans complimenting basketball team for coming to my rescue. At
the Antwerp band. I give them three drum
Christmas time, I was given an autographed
sticks. Being from Indiana I want to give the
Archer shirt from the team. I wore it with
Edon Bombers band special recognition for
pride to each game because of who it repreplaying the Indiana University fight song. I
sented. Thanks; your thoughtfulness is apprefelt I was back home and I even noticed a few ciated.
others take notice. Speaking of the best of ...
Thats it for this year. The season seems
did I mention that the Hoosiers won the Big
to go by so quickly but after 80-plus games,
10 regular season championship?
boys and girls varsity and junior varsity
Best Cheerleaders: All cheerleaders did
its time to think spring.
a great job. I must admit that I am not a fan
To all the coaches, athletes and those many
of the way they line up in the corner of the
volunteers who make attending games a
gym prior to the varsity team coming out
pleasant experience thanks for all you do!
on the floor. Waiting for each performance
Joe Shouse is a staff writer for the Paulding
always seems a little awkward; call me
County Progress.
old-fashioned. Speaking of the cheerleaders,
The opinions stated are those of the writer,
the Tinora cheer outfits were sharp, sleek and and do not necessarily reflect that of the newsclassy. Not being a fashion designer, I dont
paper.
know much more to say about the subject.
Best Finish of a Game: Since I cover
Antwerp, I dont have the opportunity to see
many teams other than those who the Archers
Be a Facebook fan
face, but of the games I was able to witness, I
The Progress has a Facebook page as a
have two in mind. I give second place to the
way for readers to get more information from
Archers outlasting Continental 79-72 in three
its community newspaper. Join our more than
overtimes.
3,000 fans. Go to facebook.com/pauldingpa My number one finish didnt go into overper then click the Like button.
time, but was a dandy: Antwerps win over

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NOTICE OF PROPOSED MAJOR


UTILITY FACILITY

Paulding Wind Farm III LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of EDP Renewables North America, LLC, is proposing to construct the Timber Road III
Transmission Line with associated point of interconnect (POI) switchyard in Paulding County. The proposed facility will consist of a new 138
kV transmission line and a new POI switchyard which will be used to
deliver power generated by the Timber Road I Wind Farm and the Timber Road III Wind Farm to the regional power grid. The Timber Road
III Wind Farm collection substation will be located along Road 124 just
west of the intersection with Road 33 in Harrison Township. The Timber
Road III transmission line will run south from the collection substation to
the existing 138 kV Lincoln-Sterling Circuit where the proposed Timber
Road III POI switchyard will be constructed. A preferred route and an
alternate route have been identified for the proposed transmission line.
The primary purpose of the facility is to deliver electricity generated by
the Timber Road I Wind Farm and the Timber Road III Wind Farm
from the collector substation to the Timber Road III Wind Farm to the
proposed Timber Road III POI switchyard to be located adjacent to the
existing American Electric Power 138 kV Lincoln-Sterling circuit.
The preferred transmission line route will traverse approximately 8.5
miles of land in Harrison and Benton Townships, connecting the wind
farm collection substation and the Timber Road III POI switchyard. The
alternate transmission line traverses approximately 11.6 miles of land in
Harrison and Benton Townships, connecting the wind farm collection
Proposed layout of the facility.
substation and the Timber Road III POI switchyard. The POI switchyard
is proposed to be on approximately 2.1 acres in an area enclosed by a
chain link fence and will be located on the south side of State Route 114 in Benton Township, just east of the intersection with Twp.
Road 27, immediately west of the existing Timber Road II POI switchyard.
Paulding County Commissioners Klopfenstein, Zartman and Holtsberry as well as the Paulding County Economic Development,
Inc., 101 E. Perry St., Paulding, OH 45879 have received a copy of the accepted, complete application in accordance with the Ohio
Power Siting Board rules. A copy of the accepted, complete application was also sent to the Benton Township Trustees (Crosby, Noggle and Thome) and the Harrison Township Trustees Benschneider, Stabler and Olwin. A copy of the application was also served on
the following libraries: the Paulding County Carnegie Library, 205 S. Main St., Paulding, OH 45879; the Antwerp Branch at 205 N.
Madison St., Antwerp, OH 45813; and the Payne Branch located at 101 N. Main St., Payne, OH 45880. A copy is also available for
inspection at the offices of the Ohio Power Siting Board, Docketing Division, 180 E. Broad St., 11th Floor, Columbus, OH 43215 and
is also available for inspection online at http://www.opsb.ohio.gov/opsb/.
Paulding Wind Farm III LLC has filed with the Ohio Power Siting Board an application for a certificate to construct, operate and
maintain the Timber Road III electric transmission line and associated POI switchyard in Case No. 15-1737-EL-BTX, which is now
pending before the Board.
The following eight criteria are set forth in section 4906.10(A) of the Revised Code and used by the Board in reviewing an application
for a certificate to construct, operate and maintain such a facility:
1. The basis of the need for a facility if the facility is an electric transmission line or a natural gas transmission line;
2. The nature of the probable environmental impact;
3. That the facility represents the minimum adverse environmental impact, considering the state of available technology and
the nature and economics of the various alternatives and other pertinent considerations;
4. In the case of an electric transmission line or generating facility, that the facility is consistent with the regional plans for expansion of the electric power grid of the electric systems serving this state and interconnected utility systems and the facility
will serve the interests of electric system economy and reliability;
5. That the facility will comply with Chapters 3704, 3734, and 6111 of the Revised Code and all rules and standards adopted
under those chapters and under sections 1501.33, 1501.34, and 4561.32 of the Revised Code. In determining whether the
facility will comply with all rules and standards adopted under section 4561.32 of the Revised Code, the Board shall consult
with the Offices of Aviation of the Division of Multi-Modal Planning and Programs of the Department of Transportation
and section 4561.341(4561.134.1) of the Revised Code.
6. That the facility will serve the public interest, convenience and necessity;
7. In addition to the provisions contained in divisions (A)(1) to (6) of this section and rules adopted under those divisions,
what its impact will be on the viability as agricultural land of any land in an existing and agricultural district established
under Chapter 929 of the Revised Code that is located within the site and alternative site of the proposed major utility
facility. Rules adopted to evaluate impact under division (A)(7) of this section shall not require the compilation, creation,
submission or production of any information, document or other data pertaining to land not located within the site and
alternative site.
8. That the facility incorporates maximum feasible water conservation practices as determined by the Board, considering
available technology and the nature in economics of the various alternatives.
Section 4906.07 of the Revised Code provides:
(A) Upon the receipt of an application complying with section 4906.06 of the Revised Code, the Power Siting Board shall
promptly fix a date for a public hearing thereon, not less than sixty nor more than ninety days after such receipt and shall
conclude the proceeding as expeditiously as practicable.
(B) On an application for an amendment of a certificate the Board shall hold a hearing in the same manner as hearing being
held on an application for certificate if the proposed change in the facility would result in a material increase in any environmental impact of the facility or a substantial change in the location of all or a portion of such facility other than as provided
in the alternatives set forth in the application.
(C) The chairman of the Power Siting Board shall cause such application filed with the Board to be investigated and shall, not
less fifteen days prior to the date of any application is set forth hearing, submit a written report to the Board and to the
applicant. A copy of such report shall be made available to any person upon request. Such report shall set forth the nature
of the investigation, and shall contain recommended findings with regard to division (A) of section 4906.10 of the Revised
Code and shall become a part of the record and served upon all parties in the proceeding. The public hearing shall consist
of two parts:
(a) a local public hearing, pursuant to Section 4906.08(C), Revised Code, where the Board shall accept written or oral
testimony from any person commencing on April 21, 2016 at 6:00 p.m., at Wayne Trace Junior-Senior High School,
4915 U.S. 127, Haviland, Ohio 45851; and
(b) an adjudicatory hearing commencing on April 28, 2016 at 10:00 a.m., at the offices of the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio, 180 E. Broad St., 11th Floor, Hearing Room 11-D, Columbus, OH 43215-3793.
Section 4906.08(C) of the Revised Code provides that the Board shall accept written or oral testimony from any person at the
public hearing, but the right to call and examine witnesses shall be reserved for parties. However, the Board may adopt rules
to exclude repetitive, immaterial or irrelevant testimony.
Petitions to intervene in the adjudicatory hearing will be accepted by the Board up to 30 days following publication of the notice
required by Rule 4906-5-08(C)(1), O.A.C., or by April 4, 2016, whichever is later. However, the Board strongly encourages
interested persons who wish to intervene in the adjudicatory hearing to file their petitions as soon as possible. Petitions
should be addressed to the Ohio Power Siting Board, 180 E. Broad St., Columbus, OH 43215-3793, and site the above-listed
case number.
The above map shows a proposed layout of the facility.

nificant benefits:
Growth potential U.S.
stocks have achieved good
returns for long stretches of
time. Yet in any given year,
markets in other countries can
outperform those in the United
States. By looking beyond our
borders, you can invest in regions with different prospects
for economic growth. For example, in mature economies,
such as those found in Western Europe, you can find investment possibilities in companies that produce high-quality, well-known products. Like
many of the best American
businesses, these foreign companies are likely to remain
competitive far into the future
which means they can be attractive to serious, long-term
investors.
Diversification If you
only own domestic investments, and the U.S. financial
markets suffered a downturn,
your portfolio would likely
take a big hit. But if you spread
your dollars between both U.S.
and international investments,
you could lessen the impact of
the U.S.-based volatility. The
U.S. financial markets do not
always move in tandem with
global markets, so when were
down, they might be up. (Keep
in mind, though, that diversification by itself cant guarantee
profit or prevent losses.)
While investing internationally offers some advantages,
it also carries some specific
risks. Here are a few to consider:
Political or economic in-

stability A quick glance at


the headlines can tell you that
different parts of the world
may be undergoing political
or economic turmoil or both
at the same time. This instability can obviously affect the investment outlook within these
regions.
Fluctuating exchange
rates The exchange rate between U.S. and foreign currencies fluctuates all the time.
This movement can decrease
or increase the dollar value of
your investment even if its actual price remains unchanged.
Difficulty in obtaining information Financial information about specific companies in emerging markets can
be hard to obtain, which is
why it may be better to invest
using professional managers.
Given these factors, if you
are going to invest internationally, its probably a good
idea to do so with the help
of a financial professional
someone with the resources
and experience to help you
avoid potential pitfalls. But
dont ignore the opportunities
available internationally. The
appropriate amount of international investments in your
portfolio depends on your risk
tolerance, goals and time horizon.
The world is a big place
and exploring international investments could help broaden
your investment horizons.
This article was written
by Edward Jones for use by
your local Edward Jones Financial Advisor.

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Blue Creek Cemetery Clean-Up

All floral arrangements, grave blankets, plant hangers and shepherd hooks are to be removed from Blue Creek Cemetery by
March 12th, 2016. The trustees will dispose of anything remaining on graves and stones between March 12, 2016 and
March 26, 2016. Decorations may be placed back on graves
after March 26, 2016. Due to safety issues and concerns,
shepherd hooks and plant hangers are prohibited on all grave
sites. Thank you in advance for your cooperation.
Blue Creek Township Trustees

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PAULDING Paulding High School seniors Taylor Schooley, Kacie Karlstadt, and Emilee Ringler have created an FCCLA project titled Bahama Blessings.
This is in response to Hurricane Joaquin that hit the Bahamas
in the fall of 2015. The people of the Bahamas lack basic everyday necessities such as towels, socks, shirts, and miscellaneous
toiletry items.
The girls have been collecting items at the Presbyterian
Church located in Paulding and any further contributions will
be collected at there as well.
Questions should be directed to the FCCLA advisor, Mrs.
Krietemeyer, at Paulding High School at 419-399-4656 Ext.
1144.

You may not have thought


about it. And that may not be
all that surprising, because
when Americans check market updates, they typically
see data for the Dow Jones
Industrial Average, the Standard & Poors 500 Index and
the Nasdaq Composite, all
of which provide information for essentially one asset
class: large-capitalization domestic stocks. Yet, U.S. equities actually only represent
slightly more than one-third
of world equities, according to
Bloomberg, a financial news
service. So if youre confining
yourself to the U.S., you may
be missing out on an opportunity.
By investing internationally,
you can gain at least two sig-

Wednesday, March 9, 2016 Paulding County Progress - 9A

PAU LD I N G PRO G R E SS

COMMUNITY
Zika virus: Outbreaks in Ohio unlikely, public offered advice

By Sarah Noggle
OSU Extension Educator,
Agriculture and Natural
Resources
Paulding County
Zika virus has been an emerging story in the news for the past
several weeks. As with any new
disease, anxiety and fears of the
unknown are common. One of
the roles of the Ohio State University Extension is to provide the
latest research on issues that may
be a concern for Ohioans. The
following article on the Zika virus has been adapted from information from Dr. Pete Permarini,
veterinarian entomologist, OSU
Department of Entomology.
At this time, it is known that
the Zika virus is transmitted
to humans by a certain type of
mosquito. This particular type
of mosquito has to feed on a host
that has the virus before it can
transfer the virus to another human. The yellow fever mosquito, Aedes aegypti, is the specific
mosquito that can carry the Zika
virus.
It is also responsible for
spreading the viruses that cause

yellow fever, dengue fever and


chikungunya fever in humans.
This is an invasive insect that is
found throughout Central and
South America and the southern
part of North America (Mexico
and the southern U.S.).
Since it is a tropical mosquito, it does not exist in the colder
temperate climate of Ohio.
The Zika virus was first discovered in the 1940s in primates
of the Zika Forest in Uganda.
The disease has occurred in Africa and Asia, but was not until
recently considered a global
health concern.
It was first detected in the
Western Hemisphere around
2013-14 in an outbreak that occurred in French Polynesia and
Easter Island. The Zika virus
reached Brazil in May 2015. It is
thought that an infected French
Polynesian soccer player may
have brought it to Brazil during
the 2014 World Cup games.
To date, the virus has spread
north to Puerto Rico, the U.S.
Virgin Islands, Haiti and the Dominican Republic.
Symptoms of the Zika virus

include fever, rash, joint pain,


muscle pain, headache and red
eyes common symptoms for
many diseases. For most people,
the symptoms are mild and last

the defect, but as a precaution,


the U.S. Center for Disease
Control recommends pregnant
women or women who plan a
pregnancy avoid travel to coun-

for a few days to a week.


However, since the virus arrived in Brazil, there has been
an unusually large number of reported cases of microcephaly, a
birth defect in babies that causes
abnormally small heads and incomplete brain development.
There has been no direct evidence that the virus has caused

tries where the Zika virus is


known to occur.
The likelihood of an outbreak
of Zika virus in Ohio is very
low. There have been a few reported cases of individuals with
the Zika virus in Ohio, but the
infection occurred while visiting
countries with the disease.
The virus has not been detect-

ed in any U.S. mosquito populations. The virus would have to be


become adapted to mosquitoes
in Ohio before it would become
a concern. The current mosquito
carrier, the yellow fever mosquito, is not found in Ohio.
There is a closely related species called the Asian tiger mosquito, Aedes albopictus, which occurs
in Ohio and throughout much of
the eastern U.S. It is not a common mosquito in the state, but it is
unknown at this time whether the
Asian tiger mosquito could be an
effective future carrier.
However, at this time Zika
viral outbreaks in Ohio would
be remote since the virus would
have to become established in
an Ohio mosquito population,
which are thought not to be effective carriers, and then before it
entered that mosquito population,
a mosquito would have to feed on
an individual that has the virus.
It is still recommended that
Ohioans take steps to avoid being bitten by a mosquito since
there are other diseases that they
may get from mosquitoes, such
as West Nile and La Crosse vi-

ruses.
These steps would include
the use of insect repellants, wear
long sleeves and long pants, and
eliminate potential mosquito
breeding grounds near residences. Keep gutters and downspout
clean of debris, changing the
water in bird baths, outside pet
water bowls, rain barrels, and
draining water from tires stored
outside are all mosquito breeding sites.
Even though the Zika virus is
not a concern in Ohio this year, it
would still be a good idea during
spring cleaning activities to fix
window and door screens and
remove items that may allow
water to collect for mosquito
breeding.
For additional information on
the Zika virus, visit www.odh.
ohio.gov/zika or contact Sarah
Noggle, Paulding County Extension Educator Agriculture
and Natural Resources at noggle.17@osu.edu. One can also
visit the OSU Extension Office
at 503 Fairground Drive, Paulding, or call 419-399-8225 Extension 28.

Business News

FIRST FINANCIAL WELCOMES


DAWSON First Financial Bank
is pleased to welcome Brent Dawson as a commercial relationship
manager. Dawson will focus on
providing local businesses with the
resources and customized solutions they need to build and grow
their business. He will serve clients
in the West Central Ohio region and
will work from the First Financial
banking center located in Van Wert.
Dawson has been working in banking for the past 23 years and specifically in business and commercial
lending since 2006. Contact him at
419-623-1134 or emai Brent.Dawson@bankatfirst.com.

We Salute

Nolan Tucker and Ladonna Shisler of Paulding County have


made a contribution of $1,000 to the Paulding Putnam Electric
Cooperatives (PPEC) Honor Flight fundraiser. Here, Ladonna
(left) presents their donation to Annette Schreiner, a member of
the PPEC employee Honor Flight fundraising committee.

Several local businesses and individuals have contributed to Paulding Putnam Electric Cooperatives (PPEC) Honor Flight fundraiser. Employees of Dilly Door, which is based in Defiance, along
with the company itself, recently donated $1,000 to the program. The goal of PPEC employees is
to raise $70,000 for an entire Honor Flight. Currently $40,000 has been raised, thanks to the generosity of PPEC members and organizations in and around PPECs service territory.

Birthdays

U.S. Air ForceAirman Dakotah M. Cereghin graduated


from basic military training at
Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San Antonio, Texas.
Cereghin is the son of Paula
Muncy of Cecil and Brian Cereghin of Defiance. He graduated in 2015 from Defiance
High School.

March 12 Ella Cook, Timothy Heck, Florence Lucas,


Anna Meraz, Donald Shull,
Logan Tope, Robert E. Vance,
Jennifer Wenninger, Tom
Whitaker.
March 13 Alicia Aldrich,
Tom Doan, Alexander Heck,
Becky Ringler.
March 14 Sharon Arend,
Kelly Douglas, Robert Gunderman, Betty Hofacker, Jaylyn Marais, Trinity Salazar, Joe
March 18 Jerry and Linda Schrimshaw, JaNahn Sinn.
Scarbrough, Kory and Jayme March 15 Sherrie Crone,
Devin Emerling, Lisa GenThomas.

Anniversaries

KG Lawn Services, owned by Mike Bok and based in Cecil, has


ero, Genevieve May, Ashley Kathy Denny, Connie Dobbe- donated $500 to Paulding Putnam Electric Cooperatives (PPEC)
Noffsinger, Roberta Norling, laere, Floetta Newland, Jean Honor Flight fundraiser. Currently $40,000 has been raised toward
their $70,000 goal. For more information, visit www.PPEC.coop.
Noah Smith.
Verfaillie.
March 16 Joan Buchman,
Angie Dockery, Cyndie English, Kynsie Etzler, Jordan
Fuller, Monique Goings, AbDo you remember
igail Johnson, Rylin Moore,
Shelia Webb.
Teacher Mr. T,
March 17 Gabriel BuchTerry Miller
man, Laura Butler, Darlene
from Wayne Trace?
Good, Tara Laukhuf, Emma
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10A - Paulding County Progress Wednesday, March 9, 2016

Huge tracks have been placed on county property located along County Road 192 in Crane
Township, disrupting farming practices. Efforts to more strictly patrol the area are under way.

County land being damaged


along County Road 192
By JIM LANGHAM
Feature Writer
CRANE TOWNSHIP
Paulding County commissioners said on Monday morning
that they are on the verge of
taking stringent steps against
perpetrators who have been
trashing county property along
Road 192 in Crane Township
north of the Maumee River.
Commissioner Roy Klopfenstein said that someone has
been throwing major deposits
of trash in the field belonging to the county and into the
Eaton Farm Cemetery, located north of the river. In some
cases, those scanning the
area have found furniture, including a large sofa, that was
tossed into the field.
In addition, various vehicles, including four-wheel
drives and pickups, have been
driving through the field,
farmed by a contracted rent-

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field. In some cases, the vehicles have even driven through
the cemetery, causing deep
ruts and destroying sections of
grass.
It makes it extremely difficult to mow and maintain
the cemetery with that kind of
damage, said Klopfenstein.
The commissioner said that
the county board doesnt want
to point fingers at any particular individual or group, but
Sheriff Jason Landers has
tightened up his effort at patrolling the area in search of
what is going on.
Make no mistake about it,
those who are apprehended
will be fully charged and punished according to the laws
protecting the property, noted
Commissioner Tony Zartman.
There is no way that this is
going to be tolerated in any
way.
That renter is planting and
farming this land in good faith.
These destructive attempts are
ruining the farmers efforts
and cutting back on the opportunity to have a successful harvest in that land, said
Klopfenstein. We will not
stand for this.

All proceeds benefit the hospital

The Paulding County Emergency Management Agency held a Firefighting Foam Operations
Class on Saturday. Fifteen firefighters from five fire departments in the county participated in the
class. Some of the topics throughout the morning session included the different types of foams
and their uses, application techniques to be used for vapor suppression of flammable liquids or
fighting flammable liquid fires. The class learned of additional resources in Paulding County and
the surrounding areas. Those fire departments that participated went over their foam equipment
and trouble shot the typical issues that occur at an incident. After lunch, the firefighters went outside and flowed training foam that was purchased by the Paulding County LEPC. R&B Fabrication
for provided lunch for the class. Here Cecil/Crane Township Fire Department provided a pumper
for the class and the EMA regional foam trailer was brought over from Defiance County EMA.

Commissioners Corner

NOW TAKING ORDERS

Easter
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Commissioners Journal February


17, 2016
This 17th day of February, 2016, the
Board of County Commissioners met
in regular session with the following
members present: Tony Zartman, Roy
Klopfenstein, Mark Holtsberry, and
Nola Ginter, Clerk.
MEETING NOTES OF APPOINTMENTS
Jerry Zielke, PCED, met briefly with
the commissioners to present information from the recent mayors meeting.
One of the handouts was a copy of
the PowerPoint from RCAP (Ohio
Rural Community Assistance Program).
RCAP is a national, non-profit organization that provides technical assistance
and training on water, wastewater and
other community development issues.
Ohio RCAP is part of the Great Lakes
RCAP region. Traditionally, RCAP
works with communities to build tech-

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Klopfenstein urged anyone noting suspicious activity


in that area to take pictures,
copy license plates, do anything necessary to assist in
identifying the individual and
turn their information into the
Paulding County Sheriffs Office.
We have lots of ideas in
our minds right now. Obviously were not very happy
about this, said Klopfenstein.
Weve even considered cutting back on hunting permits,
issuing permits on a different
basis or shutting off hunting
altogether in these areas.
We hate to punish everybody because a few people
go back there, commented
Klopfenstein. This is very
disrespectful and uncalled
for.
Commissioners noted that
105 hunting permits had been
issued in the area last year.
There are a lot of good
people in this county; many of
them help pick things up and
keep the ground clean. Many
are enjoying these grounds
in a very appropriate way. It
would be very sad to see a few
ruin it for everyone, noted
Klopfenstein.

The Oakwood Volunteer Fire Department recently received a generous donation from the Cooper Family Foundation. The funds were used to purchase several sets of new turnout gear that
will greatly improve the safety of the firefighters. Dianne Cooper of The Cooper Family Foundation
poses with Garry Keller of the Oakwood Fire Department. Gary is wearing one of the sets of new
turnout gear purchased with the donation.

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nical, managerial and financial capacity


to construct and operate water and sewer
infrastructure. In Ohio, RCAP has expanded to offer many other community
and economic development services;
however, water and sewer infrastructure is still a major component of the
program.
RCAP also offers grant funded and
low-cost services for rural communities.
It helps with project planning, engineer
selection process, project funding, governing board and staff training, and financial management, among other services.
Zielke also included a copy of the
helpful contact information for villages report, which can be utilized by
mayors as a handy reference.
Chris Collier, Black Swamp Conservancy, presented information regarding
the acquisition of property by the Black
Swamp Conservancy (see resolution
below). The goal is to provide recreational activity (fishing, boating, picnicking, etc.) while preserving the land.
Collier emphasized that the local Park
District Board would be taking care of
the day-to-day operations of the property once it has been acquired.
Larry Colley, fair board, met with
the commissioners to discuss the recent
filling activity at the fairgrounds. He
reported the land being filled is not in
the flood plain.
Colley announced an upcoming

event at the fairgrounds on May 6 and


7. He then discussed the high electric
bill at the fairgrounds and the rental of
the grounds and its various buildings.
All agreed there needs to be communication and coordination between the fair
board and the commissioners office.
County Auditor Claudia Fickel - The
commissioners reviewed the General
Fund Revenue and Expense reports presented by Fickel.
She also presented the treasurers report, noting a 6% delinquent rate for first
half (2015, pay 2016) real estate taxes.
Fickel reported dog tag sales are about
the same as 2015. Cybersecurity and
credit card policies were also discussed.
Don Foltz, Foltz Insurance Agency,
presented a copy of an e-mail from John
Brownlee, CORSA risk manager, stating that Paulding County will receive
100% of the incentive credit for the
2015-2016 program year in the amount
of $4,813. He noted the credit will be
applied to the 2016-2017 program year
invoice.
The commissioners commended
Foltz for his diligent work in completing the requirements to qualify for the
incentive credit. As our local insurance
agent, Foltz has been instrumental in
working with CORSA, attending training session and meetings as required.
The commissioners agreed to appoint
Foltz as the Loss Control Coordinator
for Paulding County for 2016-2017 (see

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Colley encouraged anyone interested
in donating to the cause, suggesting a
veteran, or being a guardian, to stop in
at the Paulding-Putnam office, look on
the website, or call.
EXECUTIVE SESSION
A motion was made by Klopfenstein
to go into executive session at 8:10 a.m.
with the Paulding County Prosecutor
and the Personnel Committee of the
Paulding County Economic Development to discuss personnel matters.
At 8:41 a.m. all members present
agreed to adjourn the executive session
and go into regular session.
IN THE MATTER OF AUTHORIZING AND SUPPORTING BLACK
SWAMP CONSERVANCY TO
PRESERVE LAND IN PAULDING
COUNTY
Holtsberry moved to adopt the following resolution;
WHEREAS, The Black Swamp
Conservancy (the Conservancy) is a
charitable organization whose mission
is the conservation and protection of
natural and agricultural lands in northwest Ohio for the benefit of future generations; and
WHEREAS, the Clean Ohio Green
Space Conservation Program (Clean
Ohio) helps to fund preservation of open

Paulding County Fish & Game Club

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resolution below).
Foltz noted he had attended a BCI
training in London as part of the Loss
Control Coordinator duties. He also reported he does the MVR for employees
driving county vehicles.
Steve Colley, Paulding-Putnam Electric Co-op, met with the commissioners
to introduce the Honor Flight program.
The program allows for US veterans
to visit Washington, D.C. and its war
memorials for a day. The employees of
Paulding-Putnam Electric Co-op have
decided to work towards sponsoring an
Honor Flight.
Honor Flights fly from the Fort
Wayne International Airport directly to
Washington, D.C. The flight is free to
US veterans. Each veteran must have
a guardian to accompany them on
their flight. Guardians pay for themselves. Upon the flights return to Fort
Waynes airport, the veterans enjoy
being welcomed back by family, friends
and neighbors.
Colley noted it costs approximately
$70,000 per flight. He stated flights are
usually scheduled in spring and fall for
best weather conditions. Colley noted
there are 450 veterans on the waiting
list. He emphasized that World War II
and Korean veterans are reaching the
age to where time is of the essence. He
showed a brief video of veterans visiting
the memorial sites and pointed out how
their lives were touched by being able to

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Tate Church, Westin Sinn, Nick Durre, Arlyn Cooper, Scott Wenninger with mentor Trent Church are
members of the Wayne Trace High School robotics team, Raider Robotics. They have become the first
such team to represent Paulding County in semi-regional national competition coming up in Iowa.

Raider Robotics team advances to


semi-regional national competition
CHAPMANVILLE, W.Va.
Raider Robotics has won the
West Virginia State Championship Robotic Competition tournament held this past Saturday in
Chapmanville, W.Va. In addition
to winning the tournament, the
team also received the Rockwell
Collins Innovate award.
The team has now qualified to
participate in the super-regional
robotic competition held in March
17-19 in Cedar Rapids, Iowa.
The Innovate award celebrates a team that not only thinks
outside the box, but also has the
ingenuity and inventiveness to
make their designs come to life. It
is given to the team that has most
innovative and creative robot design solution.
Raider Robotics was also chosen to receive the runner- up Inspire award.
Raider Robotics is the very first
FTC Robotics Team to represent
Paulding County. The team consists of four Wayne Trace High
School seniors and one sophomore who have a love for science
and engineering technology.

The team consists of Arlyn


Cooper, Scott Wenninger, Trent
Church, Nick Durre, Westin Sinn,
and college mentor Tate Church.
Their team is part of a non-profit
worldwide organization called
FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science & Technology).
The mission of FIRST is to inspire
young people to be science and
technology leaders. The founder of
FIRST believes that one day some
of these very young people will find
cures to cancer, Alzheimers, and
design devices to help move science, engineering, and technology
forward for the world.
Each season opens in September when the rules for the years
competition are released. At the
release, approximately 5,100
teams (500,000 individuals) from
all over the world learn the rules
for what the robot that they will
build must be able to do, and what
materials can be used to build it.
Many teams meet untold hours
to begin designing their robot.
They enter robot competitions in
winter and spring in an attempt to
qualify to participate in semi-re-

gionals with the ultimate goal is to


qualify to participate in the world
championships.
The Raider Robotics team
met a major hurdle when their
team captain, Trent Church was
diagnosed this past fall with an
inoperable brain tumor. He was
transferred to Houston for several
months for treatment. Despite
these obstacles, this pioneer team
for Paulding County has designed
and built a very competitive robot
and continues to persevere in consistently improving their robot.
They are excited to advance
to semi-regionals in Cedar Rapids, said coach Suzanne Cooper.
This is an outstanding accomplishment for a first-year team.
The team is currently sponsored by Cooper Farms, R&B
Fabrications, Alliance Automation, Igus and Solidworks.
The team is currently fund
raising for their Iowa trip. Anyone interested in helping sponsor
this team in their future endeavors, should feel free to contact the
team coach Suzanne Cooper at
419-796-0011.

Some of the cast members of Antwerp High Schools spring musical, Disneys The Little Mermaid include, from left - Kortney Smith, Blaire Rebber, Megaen Price, Anne Miesle, Marissa Elkins,
Alexandra Hindenlang and Brooke Hatlevig.

AHS drama dept. goes under


the sea for annual musical

ANTWERP Antwerp High


School is excited to present the
musical Disneys The Little Mermaid this weekend in the Antwerp Local School Auditeria.
Three performances are scheduled. On Friday, March 11 and
Saturday, March 12 the drama
begins at 7 p.m. A matinee is set
for Sunday, March 13 at 2 p.m.
Tickets are available in the
high school office or at the doors
the day of the show. Prices are
$8 for students and $10 for
adults.
Ariel is dissatisfied with life
under the sea and curious about
the human world. Her father,
King Triton, and Sebastian the
crab warn her that contact between merpeople and humans is
forbidden, but Ariel still longs to
be part of the human world and
ignores their warnings.
One day, Ariel, Flounder and
Sebastian travel to the ocean
surface and see Prince Eric, with
whom Ariel falls in love. A pair
of eels, Flotsam and Jetsam,
convince a crying Ariel that she
must visit Ursula the sea witch,
if she wants all of her dreams to
come true.
Ursula makes a deal with Ariel
to transform her into a human

for three days. Within these


three days, Ariel must receive
the kiss of true love from Eric;
otherwise, she will transform
back into a mermaid on the third
day and belong to Ursula. As
payment for legs, Ariel has to
give up her voice.
Will Ariel ever find true love
and get back her voice? Come to
the show to find out.
A large cast and crew has been
assembled, working diligently to
put forth their best efforts.
Cast members include: Ariel
- Beth Hawley; King Triton Matthew Dooley; Prince Eric Erik Buchan; Sebastian - Kirsten
Price; Grimsby - Brandon
Laney; Ursula - Mariah Elkins;
Scuttle - Mikayla Boesch;
Flounder - Annie Miesle; Flotsam - Paige Rebber; Jetsam Maggie Wilson; Aquata - Alex
Hindenlang; Arista - Brooke
Hatlevig; Atina - Blaire Rebber;
Allana - Marissa Elkins;
Adella - Kortney Smith; Andrina
- Megaen Price; Pilot - Evan Hilton; Windward - Ian Blair; Leeward - Brian Geyer; Chef Louis
- Joel Steiner;
Maids - Kaitlyn Clevinger,
Amanda Roberts, Serenity Clark,
Iris Sorrell; chefs - Iris Sorrell, Han-

nah Schneider, Erica Meyer, Emma


Butzin, Riley McAlexander, Hacki
Oellers, Kimberly Puckett, Becca
McCroskey; and sailors - Aaron
Hawley, Rylan Brooks, Ian Blair,
and Brian Geyer.
Members of the chorus are
Alex Lehman, Alex Ade, Chelsea Banks, Emma Shuherk, Kristine Boylan, Shaelin McCrea,
Taylor Tuto, Julia Steiner, Sayge
Bonifas, Sydney Miller, and Breanna Fulk.
Chorus members who are also
dancers include Alli Reinhart,
Brady Hatlevig, Emerson Litzenberg, Grace Jones, Hailey Grant,
Ilse Zijlstra, Jaidis Getrost, Kennedy Trabel, Madison Smith,
Mia Altimus, Aaron Hawley,
Katie Oberlin, Mallory Ehrhart,
Molly Reinhart, Sierra Octaviano, Adison Hindenlang, Aleyah
Cline, Ellie Wolf, Kaitlyn Titus,
Madison Boesch, Melanie
Wann, Rylan Brooks, Lauren
Schuller, Grace Schuette, Chloe
Saul, and Morgan Boesch.
Directing the production are
Mrs. Mary Smith, Mrs. Katie
Scharr, Mr. Cord Ehrhart, Mrs.
Corrie Ehrhart, and Ms. Crystal Brooks. Choreographers
are Mrs. Scharr and Mikayla
Boesch.

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TEAM PLACES FIRST The Paulding High School Engineering Teams competed at the Technology
Student Associations TEAMS competition held at Ohio Northern University on Thursday, March 3. Students participated in a multi-part test, consisting of multiple choice and essay questions, and an on-site
hands-on design, build and reflection analysis. The Paulding varsity team placed first in its division. The
JV team placed seventh. Team members include, front from left Brian Matson, Gabby Stahl, Dayton
Pracht; second row Chantal Monnier, Christine Clapsaddle, Allison Harpel, Emma McMaster; back row
Hunter Vogel, Robert Deitrick, William Deisler, Aaron Horstman and Zach Buchman. Team members
not pictured: Lucas Arend, Damon Egnor, Chris Elder, Jarrett Sitton and Ryan Woodring.

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12A - Paulding County Progress Wednesday, March 9, 2016

PAULD I N G PROGR E SS

SPORTS
Spencerville ends Raider season at district semi
By KEVIN WANNEMACHER
Sportswriter
LIMA Four seniors saw their careers
come to a close on Thursday evening as
the Wayne Trace boys basketball team
fell to Spencerville 64-53 in Division III
district semifinal action at Lima Senior
High School.
The quartet helped lead the Raiders to
an 85-17 record over the past four seasons (.833 winning percentage) as well
as four Green Meadows Conference
championships, three sectional championships, two district championship, one
regional championship and a final four
berth their junior year.
It is a group that has a lot to be proud
of despite the disappointing ending last
Thursday.
What a great group of seniors, commented the Raider mentor. They have
played in regionals two years, a district
tournament and at state. They have just
been a tremendous group to work with
and are great kids.
Shepherd totaled 18 points and four
rebounds, hitting 9 of 11 shots from the
field. Vest chipped in eight points while
also recording two rebounds and one
assist. Miller added seven markers and
added five assists, two steals and two rebounds. Speice pitched in two points and
a rebound for the Raiders, who close the
season at 17-8.
In Thursdays game, Wayne Trace was
just unable to get enough defensive stops

to drop the contest.


They were very good, commented
Raider head coach Jim Linder. It just
seemed like we couldnt get a defensive
stop when we needed it, especially there
late in the game. They had a lot of offensive weapons and people who could
drive to the basket and that was a tough
matchup for us.
Meanwhile, the Bearcats shut down
the Raider offense over the final 4:37 of
the contest, limiting Wayne Trace to two
points down the stretch.
The big shot of the game came with
Spencerville on top 52-51 as Zach
Goecke hit a 3-pointer at the 2:04 mark
to put the Bearcats in front 55-51. The
shot came as a result of a Bearcat offensive rebound and turned the tide in the
Spencerville favor.
Wayne Trace would never recover
from that point on.
We challenged the guys to get one
stop, noted Bearcat head coach Kevin
Sensabaugh following the contest. It is
something we work on in practice and
we felt if we could get one stop and then
score after it, it would be big. We finally
did that in the fourth quarter.
Two free throws by Goecke made it
57-51 before a Cole Shepherd basket
got Wayne Trace within 57-53 with 1:06
left.
However, Wayne Trace would not
score again and Spencerville closed out
the contest by hitting seven of eight free

throws to seal the victory.


Another key area in the second half
was rebounding. The Bearcats doubled
up Wayne Trace 14-7 in the second half,
including six offensive rebounds, in winning the battle 27-23 overall.
Rebounding was big, Linder added. They were bigger, more physical
than we were at every spot on the floor.
It seemed like they got every loose ball
tonight.
For three quarters, the game was almost as tight as it could be.
Neither team led by more than four
points in the first three periods. Wayne
Trace posted a 10-6 advantage midway
through the opening quarter while Spencerville held a 43-39 advantage with
1:10 left in the third quarter.
However, the Raiders closed the gap
as Ethan Linder hit one of two foul shots
with 43 seconds left in the quarter.
After a Dakota Prichard foul shot
pushed the margin back to 44-40, Linder
converted an old-fashioned 3-point play
with two ticks left on the clock to get
Wayne Trace within 44-43 after three
quarters.
Goecke led Spencerville with 17
points while Mason Nourse added 16
points and five assists. Dakota Prichard
chipped in 14 for the Bearcats. Prichard
Jim Bowers/Paulding County Progress
and Bailey Croft also posted nine and
Playing in his final game as a Raider, Alec Vest #32 tries to
eight rebounds, respectively.
Linder aided the Raider cause with 15 get a fourth period score as Wayne Trace was eliminated from
tournament play by a big physical Spencerville team 64-53.
points, six assists and six rebounds.

Wayne Trace duo comes home to heros welcome


By JOE SHOUSE
Sportswriter
COLUMBUS For George Clemens IV and Ruger Goeltzenleuchter, the clock was nearing midnight
as the two Wayne Trace wrestlers
approached the school parking lot
on Saturday night. The clock would
strike 12, but the two wouldnt have
to worry about waking up from a
dream what was happening was real
no make believe tonight.
They were not alone as the two
were perched on the Grover Hill fire
truck as they were escorted from Grover Hill to the school along with several additional units as well as 20 plus
cars and more than 50 fans.
On a cold March night, those
who gathered near the entrance of
the school were there to honor their

friends, classmates and in a way


their heroes. Both young men had
spent three days representing their
school, their community, their families and both came home winners.
Clemens had just capped off a stellar season with a state title in the 126
weight bracket. Clemens finished his
senior season 50-0, becoming the
first Paulding County wrestler to be
crowned champion.
For Goeltzenleuchter, a junior who
finished his junior season with a superb 48-5 record, will return next year
with high aspirations for a state title.
He took fifth place at 120.
Goeltzenleuchter, who lost to Isaac
Elliott from Massillon Tuslaw in his
second match continued through the
consolation bracket to eventually
have the opportunity to wrestle Elliott

again.
With fifth place in the balance, the
Raider junior dug down a little deeper
and defeated Elliott 11-9 to garner a
top five finish.
Standing under the dark sky after
the long journey back from Columbus, Ruger walked among the gathered crowd receiving congratulatory
remarks. The soft spoken Goeltzenleuchter, wearing a dark blue hoodie was appreciative to all those who
came out to the mini-celebration.
It was a tough three days. When
I dropped the match to Elliott, I was
really upset with myself. I wasnt very
happy with the way I came out and
wrestled. So, having another opportunity to wrestle him turned out really
well for me, he said.
With the wrestling season now over

and a fifth place finish to his credit,


Ruger was asked what his plans were
for Sunday. The competitor wasted
no time and quickly answered, Practice. Wrestling is what I work on year
round and tomorrow will be no different.
Clemens, who wrestled just four
matches, ended his career at 187-15.
He was 46-3 as a freshman before following that up with a 47-5 record as
a sophomore. A year ago, he finished
44-7 and took sixth in the state tournament to set up this years tremendous
ride.
With the Wayne Trace faithful
surrounding their wrestling winners, many wanted to hear from their
champion.
Clemens said, Im tired. Its been
a long weekend, but I want to thank

the fans for all their support. The thing


that I will remember the most about
this experience is not that I won the
championship but I will always recall
how after winning, witnessing my dad
crying while standing in the hallway.
Prior to everyone walking back to
their vehicles, coach George Clemens
thanked everyone including fans, parents and school staff for their support.
Today we set the bar a little higher
with our wrestling program. Having
two from Wayne Trace finish in the
top five is an amazing thing. Our program will continue to get better and
it begins now with Ruger. We have
some younger kids in the program
who can also make it to Columbus
and if they work hard like these two
have done then they can do it, concluded Clemens.

Dan Kleman/DHI Media

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Ruger Goeltzenleuchter stays in control of his match with Isaac Elliott. The 11-9 win secured a
fifth place finish for the Wayne Trace junior in the 120 pound weight class.

George Clemens attempts to wrestle Damian DEmillo to the mat in his championship match.
Clemens successfully defeated his opponent from Genoa 2-1 to win the state title at 126.

GMC names Linder POY; Williamson First Team


Wayne Trace junior Ethan Linder. This is a team award Second Team honors went
Linder was named the Green
Meadows Conference Player
of the Year in voting by the
leagues coaches recently.
Linder led the Raiders by
averaging 22.7 points per
game and 6.7 rebounds a
contest as Wayne Trace won
its fourth consecutive GMC
championship, sharing the title with Ayersville.
Ethan has worked extremely
hard and it is an honor for him to
receive this award, commented
Wayne Trace head coach Jim

though as he has been privileged


to have very good teammates
throughout his career.
Linder also totaled a teamhigh 75 assists and 59 steals
this season and also led Wayne
Trace by hitting 41 3-pointers
on the season.
Joining Linder on the GMC
First Team were Antwerps
Sam Williamson, Ayersvilles
Dauson Dales, Edgertons
Alex Michael, Fairviews
Matthew Kozumplik and
Tinoras Logan Bailey.

to Ayersvilles Mikey McGuire, Holgates Jack Clady,


Tinoras Brevin Renollet,
Wayne Traces Luke Miller
and the Hicksville duo of Garrett Crall and Dakota Harvey.
Receiving Honorable Mention were Antwerps Matt
Jones, Ayersvilles Ethan
Schlachter, Edgertons Mitchell Cercone, Fairviews Justin
Smith, Hicksvilles Payton
Tunis, Holgates Jake Grim,
Tinoras Reid Anders and
Wayne Traces Alec Vest.

Williamson, Mohr First Team GMC


Paulding County was well represented on the

Green Meadows Conference girls basketball


Jim Metcalf/DHI Media team.
George Clemens defeated Aaron Kitts from Galion Northmor in his first match at the state wres- Antwerp sophomore Rachel Williamson and
senior Erin Mohr from Wayne Trace garnered
tling tournament in Columbus. Clemens pinned his opponent at 2:41 of the first period.
First Team honors.
Second Team all GMC included Gracie Gudakunst, a sophomore from Wayne Trace.
Joining Williamson and Mohr on the First
Team were junior Chelsey Taylor (Hicksville)
and senior Sarah Niese (Holgate). Rounding out
the First Team were Ayersville teammates Kyra
Waldron and conference player of the year Molly

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Hammersmith.
Second Team selections joining Gudakunst
are Edgertons senior Natalee Landel, Hicksville
sophomore Addison Bergman, Tinora junior Gina
Norden, and the Ayersville senior duo of Brittany
Addington and Kylee Tressler.
Receiving Honorable Mention were Antwerp
senior Kiana Recker, Ayersville junior Kelsey
Johnston, Edgerton sophomore Cloey Whitman,
Fairview sophomore Allison Vetter, Hicksville
junior Katelynn Berenyi, Holgate freshman Madilyn Hohenberger, Tinora junior Kasey Wilkerson
and Wayne Trace junior Danae Myers.

Wednesday, March 9, 2016 Paulding County Progress - 13A

SPECIALS
THE MUSIC MAN ON STAGE THIS WEEKEND Paulding High School Drama Department presents Meredith Wilsons The Music
Man this weekend. This classic musical comedy follows fast-talking traveling salesman Harold Hill, played by junior Christopher Elder,
as he cons the people of River City, Iowa, into buying instruments and uniforms for a boys band he vows to organize this despite the
fact he doesnt know a trombone from a treble clef. His plans to skip town with the cash are foiled when he falls for Marian the librarian
(Tori Bradford), who transforms him into a respectable citizen by curtains fall. Come and see how the troubled citizens of River City
cope with this fast-talking salesman on Friday and Satuarday, March 11-12 at 7:30 p.m., and on Sunday, March 13 at 3 p.m. in the high
school auditeria. Presale tickets are available now in the high school office for $6. All tickets at the door will be $10.

Parent Mentor Program sponsors training

HAVILAND Parents, care givers, district staff,


and professionals are welcome to attend free training next week.
Helping Students Who Have Experienced
Trauma is the topic of the Coffee and Dessert
Parent and Professional Training series. The twohour program will begin at 4:30 p.m. on Thursday,
March 17 at the Wayne Trace Jr./Sr. High School.
Presenters will include Megan Tuttle, LISW, Westwood Behavioral Health Center; Cindy Maldonado-Schaefer, child grief specialist, Erins House for Grieving Children; and Rhonda Samples, guidance counselor,
Bryan City Schools with Ike the therapy dog.
Participants will gain a better understanding of
children who have experienced a crisis at home,

such as a death, divorce, incarceration, etc., who


may also demonstrate effects of that stress at
school. The goal of this session is to help parents,
caregivers and district staff recognize students having difficulty and give practical ways to help.
These Coffee & Dessert Parent-Professional
Trainings are sponsored by the Parent Mentor Program, Western Buckeye ESC, Paulding County.
Certificate of Attendance available upon request.
There is no cost to attend. Pre-registration is preferred by contacting Cathy Ruiz, parent mentor at
her office,419-399-4711 or by cell phone at 419203-7364. She may also be reached by email at
cruiz@wb.noacsc.org.
The school is located at 4915 US 127, Haviland.

Troopers continue focus on impaired drivers


the Van Wert Post arrested 243
impaired drivers in this area.
The public is encouraged
to call #677 to report impaired drivers, drug activity or


PAULDING Kristas
Avengers are hosting a fund
raising event next Saturday
to support their friend, Krista
Gonzales, in her fight against
cancer.
Fired Up for a Cure is being
held at the Paulding VFW Post
587 beginning at 2 p.m. on Saturday, March 19.
Pizza, live auctions and raffles will be featured during the
event. All proceeds will go directly to Gonzales of Paulding

Grover Hill Elementary students of the month for February were David Fiedler, Karson
Miller, Brooke Tigner, Leah
Bland, Aubree Miller, Torree
Sinn, Cayley Caldwell, Jared Varner, Sydnee Sinn, Anna
Miller, Abbie Stoller, Libby
Meraz, Kassidy Lewis, Kodi
Fairchild, Nicholas Sinn, Tatum
Tigner and Ava Stoller.

WTHS students
of the month

Wayne Trace teachers recently


nominated, voted and named their
February Students of the Month.
stranded motorists.
Winners areseventh grader Katie
To view a copy of the entire Stoller, eighth grader Jacob Hull,
statistical recap, visit www. freshman Brant Heck, sophostatepatrol.ohio.gov/do c/OVI_ more Austin Young, junior Ethan
Bulletin_2016.pdf.
Crates, and senior Blair Ludwig.

Gonzales benefit to be held

who is undergoing a second


battle with cancer.
Gorrell Bros. will conduct the
live auction starting at 6 p.m.
T-shirts, fleece jackets and
sweatshirts may be ordered in
advance of the benefit by contacting Brian Tope at 419-7690072.
Tope can also make arrangements to accept donations for
the event.
The Post is located at 214 N.
Water St. in Paulding.

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Ohio State Highway Patrols
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impaired driving enforcement
and these efforts are paying off.
For the fourth year in a row,
troopers removed well over
24,000 impaired drivers from
Ohio roadways.
OVI-related crashes accounted for 35 percent of all
fatal crashes in Ohio in 2015,
a percentage that has remained
steady for the past 3 years.
There were 14,227 OVI-related crashes on Ohio roadways, killing 395 and injuring
8,478. Speed was a contributing factor in 60 percent of all
OVI-related crashes. Of drivers
considered at-fault in OVI-related crashes, 54 percent were
in their 20s and 30s, and 71
percent were male.
We need motorists to commit to keeping our roads safe
by planning ahead to designate
a driver and insisting that everyone in the vehicle is buckled up, said Lt. Tim Grigsby.
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419.399.3136

Hardware Hours: Mon-Sat 7:30-7:30 Sun 11:00-4:00


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Wednesday, March 9, 2016 Paulding County Progress - 1B

PAULDING COUNTY PROGRESS


2016 ALL-COUNTY BASKETBALL TEAM
PLAYER OF THE YEAR

Ethan Linder

wayne trace high School


Junior, #30

Ethan is a complete player. He has been our leading scorer the last two seasons but maybe his biggest asset is that he is a great teammate and wants the team to succeed first.
Raider head coach Jim Linder

ALL-PAULDING COUNTY FIRST TEAM

Alex Arellano
Paulding
Senior, #32

Luke Miller

Sam Williamson

Wayne Trace
Senior, #10

Matt Jones

Antwerp
Senior, #24

Antwerp
Junior, #3

Alex Vest
Wayne Trace
Senior, #32

HONORAbLE MENTION

Corbin Edwards
Paulding
Senior, #2

Josh Longardner
Antwerp
Senior, #42

Cole Shepherd
Wayne Trace
Senior, #20

WTs Linder selected Player of the Year


PAULDING In recent
voting by the countys head
coaches, Wayne Trace junior
guard Ethan Linder was the
unanimous choice as Paulding
County Player of the Year.
Linder led the way for the
Raiders in scoring (23.0 points
per game), rebounding (6.5 per
game), assists (66), steals (58)
and 3-point field goals made
(39).
Ethan has been a three-year
starter, commented his father
and Wayne Trace head coach
Jim Linder. He has been our
leading scorer the last two
seasons but maybe his biggest
asset is that he is a great teammate and wants the team to
succeed first.
The Raider junior also topped
Wayne Trace at the free throw
line, hitting 123 of 156 attempts
for 79 percent. He also shot 64
percent inside the 3-point arc
this year, connecting on 133 of
209 attempts. The junior guard
was second on the team in offensive rebounds with 41 and
recorded a team-high 103 defensive rebounds.
He is a complete player,
added the elder Linder. He
leads us in assists and steals
as well as points so he does so
much more than score for us. It
is a team game and he has been
blessed with many good teammates at Wayne Trace as well.
Other First Team members
include Pauldings Alex Arellano, Antwerps Matt Jones
and Sam Williamson and the
Wayne Trace duo of Luke
Miller and Alec Vest.
Alex Arellano topped Paulding at 18.0 points per game and
led the Panthers on the boards

with 202 total rebounds on the


season. The Panther forward
also was second on the squad
with 18 3-point field goals
while recording a team high 48
assists and 42 steals.
Sam Williamson averaged
18.8 markers a night for Antwerp and led the Archers with
6.8 rebounds a game while
also posting a team-high 94 assists and 49 steals. Williamson
connected on 31 treys for the
season and paced the Archers
by hitting 84 percent at the free
throw line.
The senior set a school record for the most points in a
game 48 points against North
Central and finished his career
as Antwerps second leading
scorer with 1,135 points.
Matt Jones posted 13.4
points per contest and was
second on the squad with 4.6
boards a night. Jones paced the
blue-and-white with 49 3-point
field goals and chipped in 73
assists and 29 steals.
Luke Miller was one of
three Raiders averaging in double figures, posting 11.6 points
per game while also pulling
down 3.5 rebounds a contest.
The red-white-and-blue guard
also finished second on the
squad with 48 assists and 44
steals. Miller also was second
on the Wayne Trace roster with
38 3-point field goals.
Alec Vest posted 10.1 markers a contest for Wayne Trace
and hauled in 4.3 rebounds a
night. Vest dished off for 31
assists and posted 34 steals for
the Raiders while connecting
on 29 3-point field goals.
Receiving Honorable Mention are Antwerps Josh Lon-

gardner, Pauldings Corbin Edwards and Wayne Traces Cole


Shepherd.
Corbin Edwards was second on the Panthers at 10.5
points per game and led the
maroon-and-white with 21
3-point field goals on the year.
The Panther guard also dished
out 19 assists and recorded
20 steals while totaling 65 rebounds for the season.
Josh Longardner averaged
8.5 points a night for Antwerp
and grabbed 76 rebounds on
the year. Longardner also
dished out 21 assists for the Archers and posted 15 steals.
Cole Shepherd, who battled a foot injury for most of
the season, finished the season
averaging six points and five
rebounds per game for Wayne
Trace.

County Players
of the Year

For more than 15 years, the


Paulding Progress has chosen an
All-County Boys Basketball Team.

2016: Ethan Linder/WT


2015: Corbin Linder/WT
2014: Corbin Linder/WT
2013: Lance Foor/PHS
2012: Justin Bute/AHS
2011: Devan Bermejo/PHS
2010: TJ Short/AHS
2009: TJ Short/AHS
2008: Aaron Hockenberry/WT
2007: Aaron Hockenberry/WT
2006: None
2005: Aaron Taylor/AHS
2004: Nathan Overmyer/WT
2003: Nathan Overmyer/WT
2002: Andrew Estle/PHS
2001: Chris Shepherd/WT
2000: Gabe Denning/WT

County boys basketball stats

2015-16 statistics for Paulding County high school boys basketball, compiled by sportswriter Kevin Wannemacher:

SCORING
PLAYER/HS
Ethan Linder/WTHS
Sam Williamson/AHS
Alex Arellano/PHS
Matt Jones/AHS
Luke Miller/WTHS
Corbin Edwards/PHS
Alec Vest/WTHS

GP
22
23
22
23
22
22
23

REBOUNDING

PTS
506
440
396
313
256
232
233

AVG
23.0
19.1
18.0
13.6
11.6
10.5
10.1

TWO-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE


PLAYER/HS
Josh Longardner/AHS
Ethan Linder/WTHS
Alex Arellano/PHS
Sam Williamson/AHS
Luke Miller/WTHS

FGM
77
172
145
144
90

FGA
133
311
295
298
187

FG%
57.9
55.3
49.2
48.3
48.1

THREE-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE


PLAYER/HS
Matt Jones/AHS
Luke Miller/WTHS
Ethan Linder/WTHS
Sam Williamson/AHS

FGM
49
38
39
31

FGA
127
99
102
91

FG%
38.6
38.4
38.2
34.1

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE


PLAYER/HS
Sam Williamson/AHS
Ethan Linder/WTHS
Alec Vest/WTHS
Eli Sinn/WTHS
Matt Jones/AHS
Alex Arellano/PHS
Corbin Edwards/PHS
Josh Poulson/AHS

FTM
121
123
46
34
52
88
29
30

FTA
144
156
61
48
74
129
45
48

FT%
84.0
78.8
75.4
70.8
70.3
68.2
64.4
62.5

PLAYER/HS
Alex Arellano/PHS
Sam Williamson/AHS
Ethan Linder/WTHS
Cole Shepherd/WTHS
Matt Jones/AHS
Justin Speice/WTHS
Alec Vest/WTHS

GP
22
23
22
12
23
20
23

ASSISTS

PLAYER/HS
Sam Williamson/AHS
Matt Jones/AHS
Ethan Linder/WTHS
Alex Arellano/AHS
Luke Miller/WTHS
Eli Sinn/WTHS

STEALS

PLAYER/HS
Ethan Linder/WTHS
Jason Williamson/AHS
Luke Miller/WTHS
Alex Arellano/PHS
Eli Sinn/WTHS
Alec Vest/WTHS
Preston Ingol/PHS

REB
202
156
144
60
106
92
99

No.
94
73
66
48
48
47

No.
58
49
44
42
37
34
30

AVG
9.2
6.8
6.5
5.0
4.6
4.6
4.3

2B - Paulding County Progress Wednesday, March 9, 2016

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419-263-2713

PAULDING COUNTY

BOYD AUTOMOTIVE LTD

143 N. Main St., Payne

419-399-2886

221 W. Perry St., Paulding

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You need not be present to win. Each winner will be notified.


Anyone OVER 18 years of age is eligible to participate.
Only one ham may be won by a family. Decisions of judges will be final.
ENTRIES BROUGHT IN BY CHILDREN WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED.
Clip the ham coupons on this page. Fill in your name, address and phone
number on each one. Deposit each coupon in the Ham Contest Bucket in the
store of the sponsoring merchant where a drawing will be held to determine
the winner of the free ham for EACH store.
Only one entry per person per location.
Drawing Wednesday, March 23rd.
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Odds of winning are based on the number of entries.
No copies accepted.

113 S. Williams St., Paulding

419-399-4015

Wednesday, March 9, 2016 Paulding County Progress - 3B

Paulding County
SATURDAY, MARCH 12, 2016
11-12:00808 Tom Tim Dr, Paulding Seller has
relocated & says Sell, Lg 3 BR, 2 Bath Immaculate
Home ready to move in .New Price $119,900

SUNDAY, MARCH 13, 2016

1-1:45 7263 Rd 72, Payne 4 BR, 3 bath, master suite, pole barn & much more. Seller Has RELOCATED, WILL LOOK AT ALL OFFERS!!! ..
Reduced. $169,900
2-2:45325 Main St. Payne, New Listing!! 2 BR,
1 Baths, SELLER HAS RELOCATED & says
SELL!!!....$66,000

3-3:453977 Rd 96, Payne 3 BR Mobile Home


on 2+ Acres-Many Updates. SELLER HAS RELOCATED, WILL LOOK AT OFFERS!! .. Only
$40,000
4-4:45726 Hoover, Paulding3 BR, 2 Baths,
Updates Generator & More. SELLER HAS RELOCATED & SAYS SELL!!! .. Reduced to $110,000
HOSTED BY: Don Gorrell (399-7699), Aaron Timm (769-5808), Joe DenHerder (769-7684)

Land Auction
290 Acres
Sec. 24 & 25
Jackson Twp., Pldg. Co.
Sat., April 9th @ 10 A.M.

Offered in 4 tracts of 24+-acres; 77+-acres; 115+acres; 75+-acres and combinations .... Located 5 mi
southeast of Paulding; Buyer Receives Spring possession to farm the land not planted to wheat for
2016 ... Buyer receives landlords share of growing
wheat .... Watch this paper for detailed ad or call or
stop in the office for brochure, surveys, soil maps,
FSA maps and auction information .... Sellers: Keck
/ Bennett Family, Norman E. Cook, Attorney
.... Auction location: Gorrell Bros. Auction Facility
@ 1201 N. Williams St., Paulding, OH .... Terms:
$5,000 earnest money for each tract with closing before May 9, 2016..... Larry D. Gorrell, Broker - Don
Gorrell, Nolan Shisler, Aaron Timm, Auctioneers

A LOCAL Manufacturer
Has An Immediate
Opening For A
Corporate Controller.
This Position Reports
Directly To The
President And Is
Responsible For All
Accounting And
Financial Functions For
Multiple Entities. This
Position Also Will Assist
In Developing And
Maintaining Accounting
Policies And
Procedures, Prepare
Operational And
NOTICE
Financial Reports And
WILTSIE CEMETERY
Make Recomedations To
All grave decorations, inThe President To
cluding artificial flowers,
Improve Profits.
pots & grave blankets
The Successful
must be removed by Candidate Must Have 3
March 15, 2016 for
to 5 Years Of
spring clean-up and
Manufacturing
should not be returned
Experience With A
until April 15, 2016.
Bachelor's Degree In
Kathy Feasby,
Accounting, Previous
Fiscal Officer,
Controller
Harrison Township
Responsibilities And
ERP System
Experience Is Preferred.
Send Resume
And Salary
Requirements To
The Times Bulletin
Department 136
PO BOX 271
Van Wert, Ohio
45891
THE 2015 Annual Financial Report for Harrison
Township Trustees is
complete and available
for review. Contact
Kathy Feasby for an appointment 419-2630247. The Harrison
Township Trustees will
hold their monthly meetings on the second
Tuesday of the month at
7 p.m.
Kathy Feasby,
Fiscal Officer,
Harrison Township

Auction

40 Acres - Richland Twp.


Sat., March 19 - 10:00 A.M.

Farm Location: 30511 Thieroff Rd., Holgate; 4 mi east of Defiance on Rt. 281 to Snyder Rd; Then south 1 mi to Thieroff Rd;
Then east mi. - watch for Auction signs.

Parcel 1 ---- 3+- acres, 3 bedroom ranch home, garage,


pole barns, large stocked pond, - Ayersville School District ..
Open Inspection: A Gorrell Bros. Agent will be at Parcel
1 on Thurs., March 10 from 4:00 P.M. to 5:00 P.M. .
Parcel 2 ---- 37+- acres of land, Hoytville soil - Multi Parcel
Bidding Terms: $3,000 earnest money, closing on or before
April 19, 2016. Possession: At closing - buyer farms the
land for 2016 ... Call for FSA, Survey & Other information
Auction Location: Indoors at Family Christian Center; 1834 E.
Second St., Defiance - free refreshments .. Seller: Hoellrich
Family . Gorrell Bros. Auctioneers & Real Estate
Larry D. Gorrell, Broker - Don Gorrell - Aaron Timm - Nolan
Shisler - Auctioneers

211 N. Main
Paulding, OH

419.399.4444
HOME OF THE WEEK

7827 Rd. 1031, Antwerp


Very
well
updated
3bedroom, 2 bath, 2
car garage, ranch. New
roof, bath and kitchen
remodel, new flooring and
paint. Owner may help
finance, $0 down and 0
closing cost possible!
Dont let others tell you
no, contact us about this
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$89,900 Approx mo pmt
$640.27 PITI

Very well updated


3 bedroom, 1 bath, 2 car
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HELP WANTED

762 N. WILLIAMS
PAULDING- $74,900
CALL BILL419-203-4616

Wayne Trace Schools VERY well kept ranch

3 and 1 with new kitchen and bath; turn the


key and move in; #419 Jeff 419-399-2511

w/ Welcome Home $5K approximately $200


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FULL TIME SALES


CLERK - Looking
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and self motivated
person with a willingness to learn.
Sales clerk will do
everything from
checking customers out and performing basic customer service tasks
to running inventory and back stock.
Knowledge on computers would help
but is not a must.
Would prefer a person who likes to
make things better
and takes pride in
what they do.
Contact Logan at
Paulding Ace Hardware:
419-399-3136 or
pauldingacehardware@yahoo.com

PRODUCTION TIG/ Mig


Welder. Fabrication skills
a plus. Vacation and Benefit package available
after probation period.
Send resume to:
jan@mansfieldwelding.c
F A R M W O R K E R S om
Wanted: Full and Part
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shop maintenance,
RMS OF Ohio
equipment repair. No Inseeking PT direct care
surance, Arthur area.
staff to assist adult
419-231-2538
individuals with
LPNS needed: Vancrest of Antwerp
(formerly Manor House)
and Vancrest of Payne
Assisted Livings currently have openings for
Full and Part time LPNs
on first and second
shifts. We are also seeking LPNs to help with
medpass 2 hours in the
morning and in the evening at the Antwerp Facility. Applications available at either facility or
send resume to lshipman@vancrest.com

disabilities in Van Wert


County. Please call
(419) 222-8806 for more
details.
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FOR RENT
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NO PETS 419-7893981.
NOW LEASING: One &
Two Bedroom Apartments in Paulding, Ohio.
For information, please
call Straley Apartments
at 419-399-4068.

COMPLIANCE ASSOCIATE

Hornish Bros. Inc. is looking for a compliance associate. This position will be
the hands-on person processing e-logs,
licensing, permitting, etc. to ensure DOT
compliance. This person should have a
depth of knowledge of DOT and HOS regulations. This person will also be responsible for managing the pre-employment
process, orientation, drug-testing and
hiring of new drivers. This is a full-time,
hourly position with benefits. Interested
persons should email his/her resume to
stevec@hornishbros.com. E.O.E.

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY
County Auditors office seeking full-time
employee--Real Estate Department.
Accuracy and attention to detail a must.
Knowledge of real estate and deeds
helpful. EOE
Please send resume to:
Claudia Fickel, Paulding County Auditor
115 N. Williams St.
Paulding, OH 45879
claudiaf@pauldingcounty-oh.com

PUBLIC NOTICE
HOSPITAL BOARD POSITION

NOW ACCEPTING RESUMES


Needed for busy Physicians Office.
Medical Assistant. Full time position.
Please send resume with references to:
Van Wert Family Physicians
Attn: Jayne Smith
1178 Professional Drive
Van Wert, Ohio 45891
No phone calls please.

Applications will be accepted at the Paulding County Commissioners Office, 115


North Williams Street, Suite B-1, Courthouse, Paulding, Ohio, until 4:30 p.m. on
Monday, March 14, 2016, for two positions, each for a six year term, as Paulding
County Hospital Trustee expiring March,
2022. Please pick up an application at the
Commissioners Office for this position
between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 4:30
p.m., Monday through Friday. Previous
applicants must reapply.
Nola Ginter, Clerk
by order Board of
Commissioners,
Paulding, Ohio
Tony Zartman,
Roy Klopfenstein,
and Mark Holtsberry

HELP WANTED
PAULDING COUNTY HEALTH
DEPARTMENT AND WIC
REGISTERED NURSE: The Paulding County Health Department will be accepting resumes for a part time, 21 hours per
week, registered nurse. Immunization and community health
experience preferred. Starting pay is $20.00 per hour.
ASSISTANT CLERK/BILLER: Ability to perform medical billing, strong organization skills, attention to detail, work with
little supervision, be able to prioritize and multi-task. This position is part time with a minimum of 14 hours per week and
starting pay is $10.00 per hour.
BREASTFEEDING PEER HELPER: Currently on WIC or formerly a WIC Client. Must have breastfed at least one baby
for a minimum of 6 months. This is a part time position of
at least 10 hours per week with a starting pay of $12.00
per hour.
Please forward your resume and indicate which position
you are applying for to:
Paulding County Health Department
800 East Perry Street, Paulding, Ohio 45879 or email to
paulcohd@odh.ohio.gov.
Deadline for applications
is March 25, 2016.
EOE

HOUSE FOR RENT

OWNER WILL help


finance, 621 Harrison St.
Paulding- 3 bedroom, 1
bath, 2 car garage,
updated kitchen and
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video tour and details or
419-586-8220.
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FOR SALE

ARTS AND CRAFTS


VENDORS WELCOME,
Art-in-the-Park, Defiance Library, Fort
grounds, 320 Fort St.
Last Sunday of June.
June 26, 2016. 10:30
a.m. to 4 p.m. Booth
rental 10x15, $30;
15x20, $40. Early registration May 18th. Contact: Gary Boyer 419784-3205, 813 Elbert,
Defiance, OH 43512.

FOR SALE

$150 QUEEN pillowtop


mattress set. New in
plastic, can deliver 260493-0805,
15X31 POOL, new covers, filter, pump, deck,
chemicals. Call 419-3995526
TWO LAMPS, $15; light
blue couch, excellent
condition, $150; entertainment center, $20; kitchen table with chairs,
$25. 419-399-4005.

4 WOODED acres near


Sherwood $19,900,
$1,000 down, $225 mo.;
6 a c r e s n e a r Ar th ur
$19,900, $1,000, $225
mo.; 2.5 acres near
Sherwood $11,900,
$1,000 down, $135 mo. DJ SERVICES - Music
for all occasions. 30
352-341-2843
years experience. Call
John Martinez at 419399-4583
BUYING COINS,
stamps, comic books,
old toys, knives, old jewelry, antiques, collec- E V E L Y N ' S E X C U R t i o n s . C a l l 4 1 9 - 3 9 9 - SIONS Spring Travel
3353.
Party: Sun., Mar. 13
1:30-4pm, Quality Inn,
BUYING ANTIQUES,
Exit 13, Ohio Turnpike.
old photographs, old
Lots of day and multiphoto albums, military
day tours. Entertainitems, old signs,old postment: "Hot Flashes" from
cards, old toys, antiques,
Pemberville, OH - Music
etc. 419-393-2107
of the 50s and 60s. Free!
No reservations needed!
FLEA MARKETS/BAZAARS
www.evelynsexcursions.
GUN SHOW/Flea Mar- com
ket-March 12th/13th, 95. Vendors welcome. FREE & LOW PRICE
5278 County Road 424,
MAYTAG
Antwerp, OH 45813. The
DISHWASHER
old Dana Building. 574available for free, must
298-6199
pick up. Call
419-399-7243 to make
arrangements.
PAULDING MINI Stor- Dishwasher worked okay
age: For unit sizes and
when it was removed,
prices please call 419take as is
399-4068.
(no guarantees).

SERVICES

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TRAVEL

STORAGE

THE WILLIAMS COUNTY

ANTIQUE SHOW
SATURDAY MARCH 19th 9-4
SUNDAY MARCH 20th 12-4
MONTPELIER SCHOOLS
FOOD 1015 E. Brown Rd., Montpelier, OH

Admission: $2.00 Appraisals $5.00 (2 Items)


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TOUR OF
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NOTICES

Sponsors: Bryan Historic Homes Association, Montpelier


Chamber of Commerce, Vintage Homes of Montpelier,
Williams County Historical Society

POSITIONS
AVAILABLE
Lakeview Farms, LLC , a manufacturer
of quality food products, is seeking
qualified candidates for its Delphos, OH
operation. Applicants must enjoy a fastpaced, growth-oriented company with
opportunity for advancement in a team
atmosphere. Solid math and reading
skills are required. Food manufacturing
experience is helpful.
Company benefits include medical,
dental, life and short term disability
insurance, paid vacation and holidays,
along with a company 401K and tuition
reimbursement. Additional incentives
include weekly performance, referral,
and holiday bonus, shift incentives and
attendance recognition program. Were
looking for people who are dependable,
detail
oriented,
critical
thinkers,
problem solvers, quality conscious and
mechanically inclined to fill the following:

Formulators
Forklift Operators
Machine Operators
Maintenance Technicians
Sanitation Technician
Applicants who are 18 or older may obtain
an application in person Monday through
Friday 8:00AM to 5:00PM or submit a
resume to:

Lakeview Farms, LLC


Attn: Human Resources Department
1700 Gressel Drive, P.O. Box 98
Delphos, OH 45833

recruiter@lakeviewfarms.com

4B - Paulding County Progress Wednesday, March 9, 2016

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES:
PRODUCTION STAFF ENGINEER

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES:
PROdUCTION CONTROL

FCC (Adams), an automotive parts manufacturer is expanding


its operations. Production Staff Engineer is needed to assist
Production, Engineering and Maintenance with Assembly Room
processes. Position requires proven troubleshooting/root cause
analysis methods to improve OEE and lower scrap. Industrial
Maintenance degree or equivalent technical experience.

Get in on the ground floor of a growing company! FCC (Adams)


is an expanding Tier 1 Automotive Parts Manufacturer who
is looking for energetic and dedicated team players. We
offer a competitive benefits package and the opportunity for
advancement. Business degree and/or equivalent hands-on
experience.

Experience needed:
General maintenance skills including Electrical, Mechanical,
Pneumatics, Robotics, Fanuc Controls and good trouble
shooting skills.
Good communication skills ability to initiate corrective
actions using PDCA.

Experience needed:
Production Scheduling
Procurement
Inventory Accuracy
Problem Solving
Professionalism in customer relations
Proven trouble shooting/root cause analysis methods.

Hands of Hope Pregnancy Services


is hiring a new Executive Director.
This position will require 10-15 hours per week.
The person filling the position will work closely with
the Board of Directors, Nurse Manager, and volunteers. The director will be responsible for formulating
and overseeing operational policies, and keeping
accurate records and statistics. They will also handle
correspondence pertaining to the operations of the
center, and oversee all fundraising activities and
newsletters.
Excellent oral and written communication skills will be
needed to communicate with all audiences/constituencies using a variety of formats.
Interested persons should send their resume to:
Hands of Hope Pregnancy Services, c/o Doug Roop,
1030 W. Wayne Street, Suite A, Paulding, Ohio 45879.

If you are seeking a challenging and stable career you may apply
in person or via email to resumes@e-fcca.com or send resume to:

FCC (Adams), LLC


Attn: Human Resources
936 East Parr Road
Berne, IN 46711

Class A CDL Drivers needed

FCC is an equal opportunity employer.

Keller Trucking, a family owned company located in Defiance,


OH is hiring Class A CDL drivers with 12 months verifiable
experience. If youre looking for a company to call home, Thats
Close to YOUR Home, Join the Keller Crew today! We provide
our drivers a Guaranteed Pay Program, Newer Equipment,
and No Charge Access to Activate Health Care Clinic for you
and your eligible dependents. Interested? Call Lauren today at

419.785.3252
EOE

00161574

Were looking for a dependable, honest


automotive technician who will be able to
transition into a Service Manager position
with ease. Applicants must have at least 2 years
experience, tools, valid drivers license and
ability to lift at least 50 pounds. Potential
candidates should be able to: Diagnose drivability and other mechanical failures, Inspect
and determine service/repair needs, Perform work as outlined on repair orders with
efficiency and accuracy, Speak effectively with
customers about repairs and maintenance
recommendations. Applicants must be knowledgeable with computer equipment, have good
problem solving skills and the ability to deliver
exceptional customer service. Pay is commensurate with experience & ability.
Paid holidays and vacation time.

FCC (Adams), LLC


Attn: Human Resources
936 East Parr Road
Berne, IN 46711
FCC is an equal opportunity employer.

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES:
DIE CAST PRODUCTION
PROCESS ENgINEER

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www.kellerlogistics.com/drivers

If you are seeking a challenging and stable career you may apply
in person or via email to resumes@e-fcca.com or send resume to:

FCC (Adams), an automotive parts manufacturer is expanding its


Die Cast facility. Die Cast Production Process Engineer is needed
to assist Production, Engineering and Maintenance with Die Cast
processes. Position requires proven trouble shooting/root cause
analysis methods to improve OEE and lower scrap. Industrial
Maintenance degree or equivalent technical experience.
Experience needed:
Previous Aluminum Die cast experience (high pressure cold
chamber casting)
Background in mechanical, electrical and hydraulics
Supervisory experience a plus: encourage, evaluate
and implement employees suggestions for continuous
improvements of procedures and methods
Design and set-up of manufacturing operations, new design
and product development
If you are seeking a challenging and stable career you may apply
in person or via email to resumes@e-fcca.com or send resume to:

FCC (Adams), LLC, Attn: Human Resources


936 East Parr Road, Berne, IN 46711
FCC is an equal opportunity employer.

Email resume to THeckley@HeckleyAuto.com

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Vancrest Health Care Center of Convoy has


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manage the nursing operations of the 46-bed
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RESPONSIBILITIES:

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Must be high school graduate
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First year students start at $10.00/hour. This entry level position involves two years of practical training and
two years of hands on training in the appropriate departments. The apprenticeship program also includes
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Wednesday, March 9, 2016 Paulding County Progress - 5B

PAU LD I N G PRO G R E SS

RELIGION
Spotlight on Antwerp
United Methodist Church

By JOE SHOUSE
Progress Staff Writer
ANTWERP Established
in the mid 1840s the Antwerp
United Methodist Church continues to have a presence and a
purpose in the community it has
called home for some 175 years.
Lead pastor, Mike Schneider
has served the Paulding County
church for nearly 11 years while
being in pastoral ministry for 23
years.
This is my fourth appointment
and when I first came to Antwerp
I thought it was a mistake. I came
kicking and screaming thinking
this was not the place for me.
However, after being here over
ten years, I love the community,
its people and the church, confessed Schneider.

The church, located at 202


East River Street averages 120130 each Sunday and for most
of the year offers contemporary
worship at 8:30 a.m. and a traditional service at 10:30 with Sunday school sandwiched between
the two services.
There are times when we
have just one service. Usually
during holidays, Easter, Palm
Sunday, advent, and other special occasions we will have just
one service at 10 with Sunday
school at 9 a.m. The one service
concept promotes connectivity
and fellowship. It brings us together and I think that is important, said Schneider.
The church has a presence
in the Antwerp community including the local food pantry

EASTER

sponsored by the Antwerp Area


Ministerial Association. Also, as
a way of community outreach,
the church offers a free meal
each Thursday from 4:30-6:30
p.m. The idea for the meal was
presented to the church and a
group of three or four dedicated
women prepare the meal and its
been a great opportunity for the
church.
The meal is free of charge
and we have people who come
each week to not only enjoy the
meal but it allows them to stretch
their resources when funds are
sometimes limited. The setting
allows people to visit and get
better acquainted, said Pastor
Schneider.

We would like to include


all your churches Easter
activities and services in
our Wednesday, March
23 issue of the Paulding
Progress.
CONTACT US at 419399-4015 or email us at
progress@progresspaper.org with all the
details of your Maundy
Thursday, Good Friday
and Easter service
times, as well as any
other Easter related
activities.
The deadline for
this information is
Wednesday, March 16.

See SPOTLIGHT page 6B

CHURCH C ALENDAR
Wednesday, March 9: Lenten Lunch
PAULDING March 9 and 16, there will be a lunch
and a brief time of worship at the Presbyterian
Church hosted by the Paulding Ministerial Association. Service time is noon until 1 p.m.
Wednesday, March 9: Lenten Services
MELROSE The Melrose United Methodist Church
will host the final Lenten service in the OakwoodMelrose area this Wednesday at 7 p.m. Pastor
Wayne Karges will bring the message.
Wednesday, March 9: Free Community Dinner
PAULDING First Presbyterian Church of Paulding
will be hosting a free dinner at 5:30 p.m.
Thursday, March 10: Gospel Jam Session
PAULDING Bluegrass gospel and country gospel jam session will be conducted at the Paulding
Family Worship Center beginning at 6:30 p.m. The
church is located at 501 W. Perry St.
Sunday, March 13: Egg-stravaganza
PAULDING Paulding United Methodist Church is
set for a family Easter Egg-stravaganza from 3-5
p.m. The free event will include songs, crafts and a
story followed by an Easter egg hunt and a simple

meal. This Egg-stravaganza is intended for families of all types, so children must be accompanied
by adults. say organizers.
The church is located at 321 N. Williams St.
Wednesday, March 16: Youth Concert
PAULDING We Are Leo band will be in concert
at the Paulding Church of the Nazarene located at
210 Dooley Drive from 5:30-8:30 p.m. The Christian rock band has a focus toward teens, young
adults and family ministry.
Tickets can be purchased at the door for $5.
The concert is being coordinated by the Nazarene
Church and the Paulding United Methodist Church.
Saturday, March 19: Mini Bible School
MELROSE Melrose United Methodist Church
family is inviting children to come to a mini Bible
School from 11 a.m.-1 p.m. at the church, located
two miles west of Oakwood on Ohio 613.
During the session the Easter story will be shared,
crafts will be made and refreshments served plus
some surprises. Children from kindergarten to fifth
grade are encouraged to attend.

Scripture of the Week:


In the New Testament, John 6:35, Jesus declared, I am the
bread of life. Whoever comes to me will never go hungry ...

The other evening I went


to bed early. I was tired and
slept good all night until
about 4 a.m. When I woke
up, I laid there for about
45 minutes and realized
that I wasnt going back to
sleep so I got up, had a cup
of coffee, while watching
Sportscenter.
It was sometime after 5
a.m. that I felt hungry and
had a bowl of cereal. My
hunger was no longer and it
was time to watch the local
news, check for school delays or closings and get the
day started.
My kind of hunger is
one kind that is easily taken care of with a trip to the
kitchen even at 5 a.m.
There is another kind of
physical hunger, more severe than what I encountered, but a hunger that is
felt around the world and is
very real.
The United Nations estimates that up to a billion
people in the world struggle
with food insecurity. Thats
about one out of every seven people.
But a different kind of
hunger is even more prevalent: spiritual emptiness
and insecurity that has no
boundaries. It extends from
the poor to the rich, and
from the young to the old.
Of course, exact statistics on spiritual hunger
are impossible to come
by. But its safe to assume
that the number of those
who are spiritually hungry
and thirsty in this world is

much higher than a billion.


And when our stomachs are
full, our spiritual emptiness
often becomes even more
pronounced.
Jesus pointed to himself as the ultimate bread
of life, and he promised
living water for all who
would believe in him.
In John 4:10 Jesus responds, if you knew the
gift of God and who it is
that asks you for a drink,
you would have asked him
and he would have given
you living water.
Verse 14 says, but whoever drinks the water I
give them will never thirst.
Indeed, the water I give
them will become in them a
spring of water welling up
to eternal life.
John 7:38 ... Whoever
believes in me, as Scripture
has said, rivers of living
water will flow from within
them.
In the Middle East of
that day, it was impossible
to imagine a meal without
a good loaf of bread. Bread
was easy to keep and transport. And fresh water was
precious and often scarce
in the desert-like climate of
the Middle East.
Jesus graciously invited
his listeners to come to him
and satisfy their spiritual
needs.
Please come to Jesus if
you struggle with hunger
and thirst in your heart! He
alone can satisfy whether
its 5 a.m. or 5 p.m. or any
other time.

PAULDING COUNTY CHURCH DIRECTORY


ANTWERP AND SURROUNDING AREA

- Antwerp Community Church, 704 S. Erie St., SR 49, Antwerp; Pastor Ricky L. Grimes
258-2069. Contemporary worship 10:30 a.m.
- Antwerp United Methodist Church, East River Street; Rev. Pastor Mike Schneider,
258-4901, Contemporary service Sunday 8:30 a.m., Traditional Service 10:30 a.m.
- Divine Mercy Catholic Parish, 303 S. Monroe, Antwerp; Office: 417 N. Main, Paulding,
399-2576, Rev. Joseph Poggemeyer; Mass on Sunday at 8:30 a.m.
- First Baptist Church, 5482 CR 424; Pastor Todd Murray, 258-2056, Sunday worship 10 a.m.
- First Presbyterian Church, 126 W. River St., Pastor Mike Pennington, 258-2864, Sunday worship 10 a.m.
- Kingdom Hall of Jehovahs Witnesses, 2937 US 24; 258-2290. Public talk 10 a.m.
Sunday.
- Mt. Calvary Lutheran Church, Rev. Derek Evans. Sunday worship at 10 a.m.
- Riverside Christian Church, 15413 SR 49, Antwerp; 258-3895, Pastor Regan Clem.
Sunday gathering 10:30 a.m.

ARTHUR/FIVE SPAN AREA

- Apostolic Christian Church, 13562 Road 147, Defiance (Junction); 399-3121, William
Schlatter, Elder, Sunday services 10:15 a.m. and 12:30 p.m.
- Bethel Christian Church, Ohio 66, Defiance (Arthur), Pastor Christopher Baker, Sunday
worship 10:30 a.m.
- Church of Christ, corner of County Roads 166 and 191; Evangelist Lonnie Lambert,
399-5022. Worship 10:30 a.m.
- Junction Bible Christian Church, County Road 111, Defiance (Junction); 393-2671,
JunctionBible@copper.net, interim Pastor D. Richardson, Sunday worship 10:30 a.m.
- Pleasantview Missionary Baptist Church, Road 180, Defiance (Junction); Rev. Alan
Ray Newsome, Sunday worship 11 a.m.
- Rock Church, SR 637, Five Span-Arthur area; Pastor Bobby Branham 393-2924, Sunday worship 10:45 a.m.

GROVER HILL AND SURROUNDING AREA

- Bible Baptist Church, corner of Cleveland and Perry streets, Grover Hill; Pastor Pat
Holt, 587-4021, Sunday worship 11 a.m.
- Grover Hill Church of the Nazarene, Maple and East Jackson streets; Pastor Jonathan
L. Hoagland, 587-3376, Sunday morning worship 10:30 a.m.
- Grover Hill Zion United Methodist Church, First and Harrison streets; 587-3941; Pastor Mike Waldron, 419-238-1493 or 419-233-2241 (cell). Sunday worship 10:20 a.m.
- Mandale Church of Christ in Christian Union, Ohio 66; 786-9878, Sunday worship
10:30 a.m. and 6 p.m.
- Middle Creek United Methodist Church, County Road 24, Grover Hill; Pastor Eileen
Kochensparger, Sunday worship 8:45 a.m.
- Mt. Zion United Methodist Church, County Road 151, Grover Hill; Pastor David Prior, Sunday worship 10:30 a.m.
- Pioneer Christian Ministries, 3606 Slane Rd., Grover Hill; Rev. Chuck Oliver, Sunday
worship 10:30 a.m.

- Roselms Christian Church, Ohio 114; Pastor Gary Church, 594-2445, Sunday worship
10:30 a.m.

HAVILAND/LATTY/SCOTT AREA

- Apostolic Christian Church, 12867 Road 82, Haviland; 399-5220, Worship service
10:30 a.m.
- Country Chapel United Methodist Church, Haviland; 622-5746, Sunday worship
10:15 a.m.
- Latty Zion Baptist Church, Latty; Pastor Levi Collins Jr., 399-2748, Sunday worship
service 11:15 a.m.
- Harvest Field Pentecostal Church of God, 13625 Road 12, Scott; Pastor Terry Martin,
622-2026, Sunday morning worship 10:30 a.m.
- Friends United Methodist Church, Latty; Pastor Ron Johnson. Sunday worship 9 a.m.

OAKWOOD/MELROSE AREA

- Auglaize Chapel Church of God, rural Oakwood, 3 miles south and 1/2 mile west on
Road 60; Pastor Stan Harmon, 594-2248, Sunday worship 9 a.m.
- Melrose United Methodist Church, Melrose; 594-2076, Pastor Eileen Kochensparger
399-5818; Sunday worship at 10:30 a.m.
- Twin Oaks United Methodist Church, corner of Harmon and Second streets, Oakwood; Pastor Brady Feltz. 594-2992. Sunday worship at 9:30 a.m.
- Prairie Chapel Bible Church, 1 mile east and 1/2 mile north of Oakwood, corner of
Roads 104 and 209; Pastor Earl Chapman, 594-2057, Sunday worship at 10:30 a.m.

or Sister Brenda Richardson, 399-9205 or 796-8718, Sunday worship at 3 p.m.


- New Beginnings Church (Church of God), Cecil; Pastor Roy Burk, 399-5041, Sunday
worship 11 a.m.
- Paulding Church of Christ, East Perry Street, Paulding; Minister Christopher Reno,
399-4761, Sunday worship 10:30 a.m.
- Paulding Church of the Nazarene, 210 Dooley Dr., Paulding, 399-3932, Pastor Jeremy
Thompson, Sunday worship 10:30 a.m.
- Paulding Family Worship Center, 501 W. Perry St., Paulding; 399-3525, Rev. Vincent
Kroterfield, Sunday worship 10:30 a.m.
- Paulding United Methodist Church, 321 N. Williams St., Paulding; 399-3591, Rev.
Roger Emerson, Worship service at 8 a.m. and 10 a.m.
- Pentecostal Church of God, 601 W. Caroline St., Paulding; Elder George Robinson,
Sunday sworship service at noon.
- Rose Hill Church of God, corner of SR 637 and Charloe Trail, Paulding; 399-3113,
Pastor Ron Hofacker, Sunday worship at 10:30 a.m.
- St. John Lutheran ChurchELCA, 7611 Road 87, Briceton; Pastor Karen Stetins, 3994962 or 399-2320. Sunday worship at 8:30 a.m.
- St. Paul Evangelical Lutheran Church, 601 Flat Rock Drive (P.O. Box 156), Paulding;
Pastor Karen Stetins, 399-2320, Sunday worship at 10:30 a.m.

PAYNE AND SURROUNDING AREA

PAULDING AND SURROUNDING AREA

- Bethel United Methodist, Forders Bridge, Cecil; Pastor Kevin Doseck, Sunday worship
service 10:30 a.m.
- Bethlehem Temple Pentecostal, 818 W. Jackson St., Paulding; Rev. Burpo, Sunday
worship at noon.
- Branch Christian Fellowship, (Armory Building) 109 N. Main Street, Paulding; Pastor
Greg Cramer, Sunday worship at 10 a.m.
- Cecil Community Church, 203 S. Main St., Cecil; Pastor Ted Ramey. Sunday worship
service 11 a.m.
- Cecil First Presbyterian Church, Main Street, Cecil; Sunday worship at 8 a.m.
- Divine Mercy Catholic Parish, 315 N. Main, Paulding; 399-2576, Rev. Joseph Poggemeyer, Masses: Saturday at 6 p.m.; Sunday at 10:30 a.m.
- Emmanuel Baptist Church, 1275 Emerald Road, Paulding; 399-5061, Sunday worship
services at 10:45 a.m. and 6 p.m.
- First Christian Church (Disciples of Christ), 1233 Emerald Road, Paulding; 399-4576,
Sunday worship service 10 a.m.
- First Presbyterian Church, 114 W. Caroline St.; 399-2438. Pastor David Meriwether,
www.firstpresbyterianpaulding.com. Traditional worship service Sunday 10:30 a.m.
- Grace Community Church, West Wayne Street (Ohio 111) across from Paulding County
Hospital. Pastor Cameron Michael, Sunday service at 10 a.m.
- House of Love Ministries, 220 N. Williams St.; Pastor Predest (Dwayne) Richardson

- Divine Mercy Catholic Parish, 203 W. Townline, Payne; 399-2576, Rev. Joseph Poggemeyer, Mass at Saturday at 4 p.m.
- Edgerton Wesleyan Church, 1717 Bertha St., Woodburn, (Edgerton) Ind.; Pastor Dave
Dignal, 260-632-4008, Sunday worship 10 a.m.
- Living Water Ministries, For location information, contact Pastor Rich Phelan, 263-2728.
Contemporary worship service Sunday at 10 a.m. and 6:30 p.m.
- Payne Church of Christ, 220 W. Merrin St., Payne; Pastor Mikeal George, 263-2092;
or 419-574-2150 (cell), Sunday worship 9:30 a.m.
- Payne Church of the Nazarene, 509 E. Orchard St. (Ohio 500) Payne; Pastor Mike
Harper, 263-2422, Sunday worship 10:30 a.m.
- St. Jacob United Church of Christ, southwest corner of Oak and Hyman streets, Payne;
Rev. Jim Langham, 263-2763. Sunday service 10 a.m.
- St. James Lutheran Church NALC, West Townline Street (P.O. Box 42), Payne; 263-2129,
Pastor Fred Meuter, 260-492-2581. Sunday worship 10 a.m.
- St. Paul United Methodist Church, (P.O. Box 154) 312 S. Main St., Payne; Rev. David
Rohrer, 263-2418, Parsonage: 263-2017, Sunday worship at 8 a.m. and 10 a.m.
Editors Note: If your church doesnt have service times listed, please contact the
Paulding County Progress office to notify of Sunday service times.

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n SPOTLIGHT
Continued from Page 5B
Currently the church is actively involved in several projects according to Pastor Schneider. On March 19, the church
will host a Mom-2-Mom Sale
from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. A fundraiser
for church camp, the idea is for
moms to set up booths in order
to sell items that appeal to other
moms. Admission is just a dollar
and will also include a bake sale.
This is an opportunity for
moms to pick up items at a good
price. Its a win-win situation
for everyone, said Schneider.
During Easter week the
church will have a 10 a.m. service on Palm Sunday followed

by a Passover seder meal on


Maundy Thursday (March 24)
at 7 p.m.
The community Good Friday
service will be at 1 p.m. at the
Antwerp Community Church.
Prior to the Easter Sunday
activities, the Antwerp United
Methodist Church will offer to
the children an Easter egg hunt
at 11 a.m. on Saturday.
Resurrection Sunday, March
27, the church will begin with
a sunrise service at 7:30 a.m.
followed by a breakfast at 8:15
a.m. Donations will be accepted
for the breakfast and will be
used towards the summer camp

program. One worship service


will be held at 10 a.m.
Schneider and his wife Kimberly have four children. David
and his wife Abby live south of
Antwerp while daughter Lydia
is married to Nathan and live in
Indiana where Nathan attends
Bethel College. Son Aaron is a
sophomore at Kent State with
their youngest, Hannah is a junior at Antwerp High School.
The church has a wide range
of ages attending with programming offered to the youth each
Wednesday during the school
year from 6 - 7:30 p.m. The
Midweek Adventure is offered

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grade four. Route 56 is geared
toward students in fifth and
sixth grade. Bible learning and
service projects are on their
agenda throughout the year.
The third youth group, still in
the planning stage, is for the
junior and senior high age and
will focus on community and
service projects as well.
There is a lot going on here
at Antwerp United Methodist
Church. We are a friendly congregation that looks forward to
welcoming those who desire a
church to attend, concluded
Pastor Schneider.

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