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Crime Victim Services has coordinated their 7th annual free credit check on Wednesday, November 30th. A total of five financial institutions and 18 branch locations in Allen and Putnam Counties are participating this year. The Better Business Bureau recommends checking your credit report twi… More >>Crime Victim Service's Free Credit Check arrives just in time for holiday shopping season

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The Findlay District of the Ohio State Highway Patrol calls their 11th annual “Light for Lives” a success.  Troopers in Northwest Ohio, worked with law enforcement from 12 different counties, including Allen, Putnam, Hancock, Hardin, and Van Wert counties to stop as many motorist that they s… More >>Nearly 900 citations were issued by law enforcement in NW Ohio for the start of Thanksgiving travel

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Press Release from the Paulding Putnam Electric Cooperative: PAULDING, OH — Paulding Putnam Electric Cooperative (PPEC) recently gave the Village of Ottoville a $360,000 loan for industrial park infrastructure expansion through the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA)’s Rural Econo… More >>Village of Ottoville receives $360,000 loan from Paulding Putnam Electric Cooperative for industrial park expansion project

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While late spring planting caused a later start to harvest, Mother Nature has proved unusually cooperative for field work with very dry weather. We spoke to a farmer in Harrod who says this year is set to rank in the top five of what they've produced, and the little rain we've had this fall … More >>Farmers enjoy a dry harvest season

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State Fire Marshal Kevin Reardon urges all Ohioans to check their home’s smoke alarms regularly and replace when expired. “We see the life-saving impact properly functioning smoke alarms can have when the worst happens,” Reardon said. “Working smoke alarms save lives, cutting your risk of dy… More >>Change Your Clocks and Check Your Smoke and CO Detectors reminds State Fire Marshal