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The names of four papers that were published in Antwerp’s immediate vicinity are listed below. In addition, there are 45 papers on the list that were published in the Antwerp region. We found 49 papers within 22 miles [35.4 km]1> of Antwerp in total.
Not all of the papers have been listed in order to prevent this list from being too lengthy. We have another list of all of the articles organized alphabetically. The full list can be found on the Antwerp Extended Newspaper Website.
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The Ladies Literary Society of Paulding set aside $2.00 each in 1893 to provide a circulating library. Mrs. Wm J. Wheeler, the librarian, bought and kept standard books at her home. Public access to books was given for a weekly fee of 5 cents per volume. More books were purchased with this money. The library could be located in a number of locations, including private residences, downtown shops, and a Main Street storefront.
The Federation of Literary Societies of Paulding gathered in 1903 to rally support for a public library. The Public Library Association was formed as a result of this meeting, and 600 books were placed on the shelves.
Rebecca S. Latty, the widow of Alexander Sankey Latty, donated four lots on South Main Street and a large piece of land that extended to the middle of Flat Rock Creek, including the “Old Tail Race” portion, in 1913.
Mr. Andrew Carnegie gave $40, 000 to establish a library in the same year, thanks to Mr. C. H. Allen of Paulding’s efforts. This was the first Carnegie-funded library in the United States to serve an entire county.
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Antwerp Manor Assisted Living, located at 204 Archer Drive in Antwerp, Ohio, is pleased to welcome you. We’ve been a busy community despite the heavy rain. The residents threw a fun party to commemorate the Kentucky Derby. Snacks were served, hats were donned, and everybody had a nice time. As a result, Karen Sanders selected the winning horse…
TRIBE ON! Stan Jordan wrote this post. The American League’s Cleveland Indians have just hung up a record that will be remembered for a long time. The team had a 22-game winning streak. That is a modern-day feat, but the New York Giants won 25 games in a row in 1916…
C.A. Bissell (1857–1943) was an American businessman who lived from 1857 to 1943. Stan Jordan wrote this post. I hope you enjoy reading this story about Charlie Bissell, one of Antwerp’s last pioneers. I was familiar with him and valued him, as did everyone else. The remainder of this story is from Mr. Ehrhart’s book “A Century…” and is based on my own experiences.
On December 7, 2016, Antwerp Elementary fifth graders graduated from the Paulding County Sheriff’s Office D.A.R.E. program. Before they could graduate, each student had to write an essay. The D.A.R.E. curriculum consists of 12 lessons, and the essay helps students to focus on what they have learned. Essays explain what they are…
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At just after 5 p.m., a deputy was sent to Antwerp’s South Erie Street to assist a village police officer in the search of a vehicle stopped for traffic violations. Before the deputy arrived, however, the suspect’s car had fled the scene.
The chase continued on State Route 49, with speeds hitting 100 miles per hour. Later, the driver collided with a southbound pickup truck. The suspect’s car then veered off the lane, colliding with a power pole and rolling before coming to a stop against a tree on SR 49 near SR 11 in Harrison Township.
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