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    WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 2014

     Volume 141 No. 11, Paulding, Ohio One Dollar USPS 423630

    ALL COUNTY VOLLEYBALL TEAM 3B Senior Attractions 6B

    2015 LOCAL RACES 2B  The Results are In!

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    County  Church serving  free dinner    PAULDING – The First Presbyterian Church of Pauld- ing will be serving a free meal to the public today, Nov. 4, at 5:30 p.m. The church is locat- ed at 114 W. Caroline, at the corner of Caroline and Cherry streets.

     Volunteer at county libraries   PAULDING – Have you ever wanted to volunteer at a library? Do you enjoy being

    around books? Would you like to help out at a storytime? Would you like to oversee a  book club for children? There are many potential opportu- nities to volunteer throughout the Paulding County Carnegie Library system.   Beginning Jan. 1, all volunteers for the library will be required to ll out an application and submit a clear background check. The  possibilities to help out your award-winning library system are many. Please contact Su- san Pieper, library director, for more information.

     Weather report  A summary of October’s weather highs and lows, as recorded at Paulding’s water treatment plant:   • Maximum temperature: 79° on Oct. 6, 9, 10 and 13.   • Low temperature: 27° on Oct. 18.   • Most rain in a 24-hour  period: 1.09 inches on Oct. 28.   • Total rainfall for the month: 2.12 inches.

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     Williamson, Buchan

    off to state XC meet

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      Senior duo Sam Williamson (left) and Erik Buchan will

    represent theArchers at the Division III state cross country meet in Colum- bus on Saturday.

    By KEVIN WANNEMACHER  Sportswriter

      TIFFIN – Antwerp will send a pair of individuals to the state cross country meet this weekend as both Sam Wil- liamson and Erik Buchan advanced out of the Division III regional race at Tifn this past Saturday.   Williamson captured the regional ti- tle, completing the course with a time

    of 15:34, while Buchan took seventh with a time of 16:36.   As a squad, the Archers came up short of moving on as a team but wrapped up a very successful season with an 11th place nish in the region- al meet.   Other Archer nishers includ-

    Driver crashes bank’s ‘Customer Appreciation Day’

    One hurt

    in semi

    crash on US 24

    Melinda Krick/Paulding County Progress

      A Payne woman was cited for failure to control after her car crashed into First Financial Bank in downtown Paulding last week. No one was seriously injured.

    By MELINDA KRICK 

    Progress Editor   PAULDING – A car crashed through the front window of a downtown Pauld- ing bank just before noon on Friday. No serious injuries were reported, although several people were in the bank lobby at the time for the bank’s Customer Ap-  preciation Day.   Lorraine M. Papp, age 91, of Payne, was attempting to back her 1999 Chevy

    Lumina into a parking space on Main

    Street at about 11:32 a.m. Oct. 30. Po- lice said that Papp accidentally hit the accelerator and ran over the curb, across the sidewalk and backed through sever- al windows at First Financial Bank at the corner of Main and Jackson streets.   Papp was not injured in the mis- hap, nor was her passenger, Lucille H. Schmidt, 82, of Payne.   Two persons inside the bank sus-

    tained minor injuries, reportedly from

    ying glass. One was the bank manag- er, Steven Myers.   Paulding EMS transported one of the individuals to Paulding County Hospi- tal, while the second person drove to the Emergency Room.   On Monday, First Financial Bank’s regional manager Andrew Kiess, said

    PAULDING – A Toledo man was seriously injured in a crash involving two semi-trucks on U.S. 24 last Wednesday afternoon.   The Ohio State Highway Pa- trol’s Van Wert Post said the inci- dent occurred at 3:29 p.m. Oct. 28 on U.S. 24, one-half mile west of Road 115 in Emerald Township.   The crash immediately closed  both lanes of westbound U.S. 24.   A 2015 Volvo semi-truck, driv- en by Daniel W. Guy Jr., age 42,

    of Toledo, was westbound on US 24. Guy came upon a slower mov- ing semi-truck driven by Maurice W. Waller Jr., age 26, of Philadel-  phia, driving a 2016 International semi-truck pulling a loaded at-  bed trailer.   Troopers said Guy did not slow or change lanes to account for the slower semi-truck and struck the atbed trailer. Guy’s truck cab  became separated from the frame, trapping him in the driver’s seat.   Paulding Fire Department and EMS responded to the crash scene, and with the help of Gideon’s Towing and Recovery, Guy was extricated from the wreckage. He was transported by air ambulance

    to a Fort Wayne hospital, where he is being treated for critical injuries.   As of late Monday, Guy’s con- dition had been upgraded from “serious” to “fair” condition at Parkview Regional Medical Cen- ter in Fort Wayne.   Waller was not injured in the

    Escaped inmate caught in Michigan From Staff Reports

      PAULDING – A Paulding County jail inmate who escaped from custody Friday evening was apprehended early Tuesday in

    Michigan.   Sheriff Jason Landers an- nounced J. Tucker Harman, age 26, was taken into custody in Cheboygan County, Mich., on a Paulding County Common Pleas

    Warrant for escape, a third-degree felony.   At approximately 6:30 p.m. Fri- day, Oct. 30, the sheriff’s ofce learned that Harman walked away

    from 333 E. Hamilton St., Bryan, while on a medical furlough.   According to authorities in Che-  boygan County, Harman and Mari- ah Beedle, age 23, were located at a residence just a few miles south of

    the Mackinac Bridge. Harman and Beedle were in possession of an al- leged stolen vehicle out of Indiana. The vehicle the duo was operating  broke down on I-75, which lead to

    law enforcement being contacted.   Harman and Beedle, both of Paulding, had been indicted in October, Harman on one count of having weapons while under dis- ability, a third-degree felony, and

    Beedle for one count of identity fraud, a fth-degree felony. Beedle had been released from custody on  bond.

    “The report I obtained early this

    morning from Cheboygan County authorities indicates Harman and Beedle initially provided false names to law enforcement,” said

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    n ESCAPE Continued from Page 1A

    n STATE Continued from Page 1A

    n CRASH Continued from Page 1A

    n BANK  Continued from Page 1A

    2015 General Election unofficial results PAULDING COUNTY  GENERAL ELECTION

    NOV. 3, 2015 Registered Voters Total ......12,219 Ballots Cast — Total .............6,241 Provisional Ballots cast   (not yet counted) ................ 109 Precincts Reporting .........16 of 16

     VILLAGE CANDIDATES  ANTWERP VILLAGE MAYOR   Ray DeLong .................................322

     Thomas D. VanVlerah ..................159  ANTWERP VILLAGE COUNCIL (2)   Jan Reeb .....................................339   Ken Reinhart ................................281   Michael A. Rohrs .........................220 BROUGHTON VILLAGE MAYOR   Donna Greear ................................29   Ronald Hunter ...............................18 BROUGHTON CLERK-TREASURER   No ca