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Farm Credit breaks ground for new Delphos office
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Tuesday, April 15, 2014 8:12 PM
Farm Credit Mid-America leaders and customers, members of the Delphos Chamber of Commerce and city officials attended a ground-breaking ceremony Monday morning for the new office in Delphos which will be located at 1625 East Fifth St. (Submitted photo)

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DELPHOS— Farm Credit Mid-America, an agriculture lending cooperative serving farmers, rural residents and agribusinesses throughout Indiana, Ohio, Kentucky and Tennessee, broke ground for a new office in Delphos to be located at 1625 East Fifth St.

A ground-breaking ceremony was held Monday morning and was attended by local officials, Farm Credit leaders and Farm Credit customers.

From the Archives - April 16, 2014
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Tuesday, April 15, 2014 8:09 PM

One Year Ago

The bombings that rocked the Boston Marathon on Monday hit particularly close to home for many Van Wert residents as a Van Wert native found himself in the midst of the chaos. Van Wert High School graduate Craig Leon had finished the marathon in 10th place hours before the first explosion near the finish line.


BAH draws crowd of more than 50
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Tuesday, April 15, 2014 8:08 PM
Amy Hoehn, left, Donna Berger, Barb Mesker and Ann Moreo were among more than 50 who enjoyed the Delphos Area Chamber’s Business After Hours Tuesday evening. The event was sponsored by host The Rustic, First Federal Bank, A&J Woodworking and Robert J. Klausing Carpentry. The evening included Tax Day Trivia, a 50-50 drawing and door prizes. The next Business After Hours will be hosted by H.G. Violet Equipment with co-sponsors Union Bank, The Delphos Herald and Gilden Insurance. (Delphos Herald/Nancy Spencer)
Appeals court makes ruling in former Kalida coach's case
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Tuesday, April 15, 2014 8:06 PM


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A former coach at a Putnam County school will have his consecutive sentences for sex-related charges re-examined after a ruling by the Third District Court of Appeals.

In a unanimous decision issued on Monday, the three-judge appeals panel overruled all but one of Jeremy Stober’s nine claims that errors were made in his 2013 trial for gross sexual imposition, sexual battery and importuning for charges related to incidents with former students at Kalida High School.

Board finishing upgrades at park
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Tuesday, April 15, 2014 8:05 PM


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FORT JENNINGS — Park Board Vice President Kari Amstutz reported to council the remodeling work inside the Recreation Center at the park is close to being complete. She said the flooring is finished and there are a few odds and ends to take care of.

She added the backstop at the ball diamond is complete and the remaining work — pouring concrete walkways — will be finished when the weather permits.