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Postal museum celebrates holidays early
Written by Nancy Spencer   
Friday, July 25, 2014 8:00 PM
Jim and Anita Dunlap take a spin on the dance floor during Christmas in July, Friday evening at the Delphos Museum of Postal History. More than 40 guests enjoyed wine and hors d’oeuvres by twinkling Christmas lights and other decorations at the museum’s fundraiser. The Dunlaps were enjoying the music of Chuck Sommers & His Trio. (DHI Media/Nancy Spencer)
 
Fair passes now on sale throughout county
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Friday, July 25, 2014 8:00 PM

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VAN WERT — Season passes for the 2014 Van Wert County Fair are now available at various locations throughout the county. Passes are the same price as last year at $18 and allow admission for all five days of the fair, Aug. 27–Sept. 1. Single day admission is $5 for adults or $3 kids 9-15. Ages 8 and under are free.

 
Cloverdale man dies in ATV crash
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Friday, July 25, 2014 8:00 PM

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CLOVERDALE — A Cloverdale man was pronounced dead at the scene of an ATV rollover accident reported at 2:20 a.m. Friday.

The Putnam County Sheriff’s office responded to a field west of the 120000 block of Road 23-L south of Cloverdale where they found Andrew Altenburger, 28, in the field with life-threatening injuries. Altenburger had been ejected from the ATV when it struck a surface drain and rolled.

 
Ottawa house fires labeled ‘suspicious’
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Friday, July 25, 2014 8:00 PM
Ottawa Fire Chief Dan Rieman labeled two house fires in Ottawa “suspicious” after both caught fire early Friday morning. Officials from Columbus are investigating the blazes which took place in deserted homes recently taken over by the Village of Ottawa. (DHI Media/Nancy Kline)

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OTTAWA — Four fire departments were on the scene Friday morning for two house fires and a fire near a shed, all in the same neighborhood in Ottawa. The state fire marshal’s office has been called in to investigate the fires.

 
NPAC ticket sales release for season openers
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Friday, July 25, 2014 8:00 PM
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VAN WERT — ?The Niswonger Performing Arts Center, along with season ?sponsor?s Statewide Ford and Van Wert Federal Bank?, ?are pleased to announce the release of ticket sales for three dynamic stage events that include familiar faces, new faces and friends from far away places.?

?The musical artistry begins Oct. 4 with the Annie Moses Band performing “Rhapsody In Bluegrass: The Art Of American Music.” Rhapsody In Bluegrass is a panoramic exploration of America and her music. Featuring favorites from Aaron Copland, George Gershwin, and other quintessential American legends, Rhapsody in Bluegrass fuses Appalachian bluegrass, Irish fiddle, beloved classical themes, and roots music to create a beautiful and transporting concert experience. From The Grand Ole Opry to Carnegie Hall, ?t?his musical ?six-member ?ensemble ?known for their virtuosic strings, faith infused lyrics, and creative re-imaginings of American classics, has a unique musical style ?that ?spans classical crossover, Christian, Americana, folk, and jazz influences. Their cutting edge sound feature strings, keyboards, guitar, and rhythm. The family that makes up the Annie Moses Band is musically diverse - their converging artistry on stage creates a unique and beloved style. With accolades that include 1,200+ hours on PBS, the Annie Moses Band brings a distinctive style to American music. Together they are leading an artistic renaissance, inspiring all generations to join the beauty and excitement of highly skilled musicianship. ? Tickets for the Oct. 4 concert at the Niswonger are on sale now and range from $20-$30.

 
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