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Coffee & Conversation – Saturday, February 24 @ 10:00am

All are invited to Bloomers Boutique & Coffee on Saturday, February 24 at 10am for the monthly non-denominational Coffee & Conversation gathering. This is a time of lifting up our community and country in prayer and enjoying the fellowship of our neighbors. Several churches are...

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Post 541 All-You-Can-Eat Fish Fry is Back!

All you can eat fish dinners old school style. Use the small hall door near the American flag. Stop in for all you can eat fish, frog legs, baked tater, Cole slaw, apple sauce, roll,...

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  1. Early Morning Fire – Local Home is a Total Loss

    Early Morning Fire – Local Home is a Total Loss

    On Wednesday, February 21 at 3:59am, the Putnam County Sheriff’s Office received a 9-1-1 call reporting a house fire at 3734 State Route 634, north of Continental (residence of Greg & Sandy Spitnale). Caller advised everyone was out of the home, but no other details were available. Continental Fire Department reported flames showing when arriving on the scene. One firefighter...

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  2. Career Opportunity @ Matson Family Chiropractic

    Career Opportunity @ Matson Family Chiropractic

    Matson Family Chiropractic will be taking resumes for a Part-Time (16 hours per week), Long-Term Position: Thursdays and Fridays 9-5. Position will require 1 Saturday every other month as well as ability to fill in Monday – Wednesday. Looking for a highly motivated, flexible, dedicated, organized, team-oriented person to become a long-term chiropractic assistant. If you or someone you know...

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  3. This Week in Continental, February 19 – 25

    This Week in Continental, February 19 – 25

    Monday, Feb 19: Presidents Day Tuesday, Feb 20: 2:00 Worship Service @ Ottawa Meadows 6:00 Continental Board of Education Meeting 9:00 Post 541 Weekly Drawing Wednesday, Feb 21: Thursday, Feb 22: 10:00 Story Time @ Continental Branch Library Friday, Feb 23: 5:00 Post 541 All-You-Can-Eat Fish Fry Saturday, Feb 24: 10:00 Coffee & Conversation @ Bloomers Sunday, Feb 25:

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  4. Career Opportunity @ Matson Family Chiropractic

    Career Opportunity @ Matson Family Chiropractic

    Matson Family Chiropractic will be taking resumes for a Part-Time (16 hours per week), Long-Term Position: Thursdays and Fridays 9-5. Position will require 1 Saturday every other month as well as ability to fill in Monday – Wednesday. Looking for a highly motivated, flexible, dedicated, organized, team-oriented person to become a long-term chiropractic assistant. If you or someone you know...

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  1. Bronc Busters 4-H News

    Bronc Busters 4-H News

    Bronc Busters 4-H club held their third meeting on February 4,2018. President Christan Keller called the meeting to order and also led the club in their pledges. The members answered roll call with their favorite T.V. show, Courtney Weaver explained about 4-H camp. Kelly passed out the project books. The club then discussed what they would like to do for...

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  2. Danny L. Cass, 1951 – 2018

    Danny L. Cass, 1951 – 2018

    OTTAWA – Danny L. Cass, 66, of Ottawa died at 2:20 a.m. Monday, February 19, 2018 at the Putnam County Ambulatory Care Center, Glandorf. He was born April 3, 1951 in Lima to the late Willard and Doris (Quigley) Cass. On October 27, 1984 he married Marie M. Niese who survives in Ottawa. Also surviving are five children, Ryan (Stephanie)...

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  3. Velma Shalter, 1919 – 2018

    Velma Shalter, 1919 – 2018

    CONTINENTAL — Velma Shalter, 98, of Continental died 5:15 a.m. Monday, February 12, 2018 at Putnam Heritage, Ottawa. She was born August 31, 1919 in Cloverdale to the late Randolph J. and Josephine (Leatherman) Marriott. On January 11, 1941 she married Willis D. Shalter, who preceded her in death on April 20, 1994. Velma is survived by a son Michael...

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  4. Louella V. Rau, 1927 – 2018

    Louella V. Rau, 1927 – 2018

    Louella V. Rau, 90, of Defiance, peacefully passed away on Tuesday, February 6, 2018 at Vancrest Healthcare Center in Holgate, Ohio. She was born on June 8, 1927 in Arlington, Ohio. She was raised by Jessie and Frances Frayer in Melrose, Ohio. On February 28, 1945 she married Donald Rau, who preceded her in death on September 14, 2011. Louella...

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  5. You Can Still Make It In Time for the Putnam County Reunion in Florida!

    You Can Still Make It In Time for the Putnam County Reunion in Florida!

    The annual Putnam County Reunion in Florida will be held on Thursday, February 8, 2018 at Duff’s Restaurant located on the corner of St. Rt. 41 and 6010 14th St. West in Bradenton, Florida. Fellowship starts at 10:30, lunch will start at 11:00. For further information contact Marv Rau at 419-789-9332 or email rauar15@tds.net. Spread the word – grab your...

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  6. James J. Lehman, 1959 – 2018

    James J. Lehman, 1959 – 2018

    CONTINENTAL – James J. Lehman, 58, of Continental, died at 11:54 p.m. Friday, February 2, 2018 at his residence. He was born June 5, 1959 in Defiance to James L. and Betty J. (Floehr) Lehman. His father is deceased and his mother survives in Defiance. On November 19, 1983, he married the love of his life and best friend, Patricia...

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  1. Lady Pirates Advance to Sectional Finals

    Lady Pirates Advance to Sectional Finals

    The Archbold Girls Division IV District games on Tuesday went according to Hoyle as the lower seeds all won at Defiance, Wednesday night was upset special as both higher seeds pulled out upsets as #11 seed Continental and #8 seed Edgerton both won. Edgerton played in the late game at Bryan and defeated #6 seeded Edon 37-22 to move on...

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  2. 8th Grade Pirates Take Kalida Game Into OT

    8th Grade Pirates Take Kalida Game Into OT

    On Tuesday night, the Middle School boys basketball teams hosted Putnam County rival, the Kalida Wildcats. The 8th grade game was exciting from start to finish. With 30 seconds left in the game, the Pirates were down 36-31. Andrew Hoeffel connected with three to close the gap to 36-34. At the regulation buzzer, Gavin Huff put in a 2 point...

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  3. Continental Board of Education Meets

    Continental Board of Education Meets

    ​The regular meeting for the Continental School Board was held at 6:00 p.m. on February 20, 2018 in the administrative office. The meeting was called to order by the president Dean Bidlack. ​ ​ ​ Mrs. Tracy Potts, Elementary Principal, reported: •Students participated in Random Acts of Kindness the month of February. •The Elementary Book Fair is scheduled for March...

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  4. Pirate Lunch Menu, February 26 – March 2

    Pirate Lunch Menu, February 26 – March 2

    Monday, Feb 26: Egg and Sausage Sandwich, W/G Bun, Hash Browns, Broccoli and Cheese Sauce, Fruit Choice, Milk Tuesday, Feb 27: Hamburger Sandwich, W/G Bun, Cheese Slice, Peas, Pickles, Fruit Choice, Milk Wednesday, Feb 28: Turkey Sub Sandwich, W/G Bun, Baked Beans, Fresh Carrots, Ranch Cup, Fruit Choice, Milk Thursday, March 1: Chicken and Noodles, Mashed Potatoes, Cheese Stick, W/G...

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  5. Pirates in Action, February 19 – 23

    Pirates in Action, February 19 – 23

    Girls Varsity basketball opens up their week with a Sectional Semi Final game against Ayersville. The two teams have splett two games this year so expect a great game at Bryan. If the Girls win they will return to action on Saturday in the Sectional Final. The Boys Varsity finish off their regular season on the road as they visit...

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  6. Wildcats 43, Pirates 21

    Wildcats 43, Pirates 21

    On Friday night Kalida High hosted the Pirates in a Putnam County League game. Two quarters would be troublesome for the Pirates in this night that also served as the Wildcat homecoming. The reserve game served as a precursor to the Varsity as the Pirates had an early lead but had the Wildcats comeback in the second half for a...

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  7. Wildcats Spoil Lady Pirates Senior Night

    Wildcats Spoil Lady Pirates Senior Night

    Amber Logan and Kaitlyn Alvarado stepped out on the home court one last time as Continental High hosted Putnam County League rival Kalida in the final Girls Varsity home basketball action of the year. Logan leads the team in scoring by averaging almost 12 points per game while Alvarado checks in at almost 5 points per game. Kalida won the...

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  1. Hoops Gains Support from Fellow Applicants for the 81st House District Seat

    Hoops Gains Support from Fellow Applicants for the 81st House District Seat

    Barnhart, Lankenau, Meyer Encourage Republicans to Back Hoops: NAPOLEON, OH – Following an announcement that the Ohio House of Representatives selected former legislator Jim Hoops to fill the vacant 81st House District, three fellow applicants acknowledged the process for appointment as fair and encouraged northwest Ohio Republicans to back Jim Hoops, the incumbent, in the May primary. The former Mayor...

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  2. PPEC Members See Lower Electric Bills in December

    PPEC Members See Lower Electric Bills in December

    Paulding, OH-(12-12-17) Paulding Putnam Electric Members will see a lower electric bill around the holidays. That’s because Paulding Putnam Electric Cooperative’s Board of Trustees recently approved to return $1.4 million to the Cooperative’s members. Members will be seeing a credit on their December bill. The money is being returned to members in the form of capital credits, also known as...

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  3. Village of Dupont Notice

    Village of Dupont Notice

    The Village of Dupont is accepting applications from interested residents for an open council position. The position will be available beginning on January 1, 2018. Interested residents should submit a letter of interest to P.O. Box 100 Dupont, Ohio 45837. All letters must be received prior to the meeting on Monday, December 11, 2017 at 5:30 p.m. Sara Thomsen Fiscal...

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  4. Barnhart Announces Decision to Seek Appointment to Vacant 81st House District Seat

    Barnhart Announces Decision to Seek Appointment to Vacant 81st House District Seat

    Leipsic, OH – The following statement can be attributed to Justin Barnhart: “After much thoughtful consideration and consultation with my family, I have decided to put my name forward for consideration to fill the vacant 81st Ohio House District seat. Our district has been well served by the leadership of State Representative Rob McColley, and I offer him my best...

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  5. Get Your Fishing Gear Ready!

    Get Your Fishing Gear Ready!

    Over $5000.00 in prizes at the Continental Lions Club Fishing Day on Sunday, July 16! Thank you to the many businesses and individuals who supported the club’s efforts to make this one of the best fishing days ever. Fishing starts at 1pm; no fishing gear allowed on the pond bank before 6am on the day of the derby. Fishing Derby...

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  6. DC Students Pair Up With Children’s Lantern for Marketing Project

    DC Students Pair Up With Children’s Lantern for Marketing Project

    Pictured left to right: DC students RT Mann, Baily Weatherwax, Carolin Klein, Erica Smay, with Alyssa Tracy, Children’s Lantern Ministry Advancement, Adam Tracy, Children’s Lantern Executive Director, and William Sholl, Assistant Professor of Practice of Marketing. A group of Defiance College students are taking part in the 2017 Google Online Marketing Challenge (GOMC) with Children’s Lantern as their partner. The...

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  7. From the Putnam County Engineer Highway Department….

    From the Putnam County Engineer Highway Department….

    ​In an ongoing program to help improve traffic safety, the Putnam County Engineer Highway Department will install reflective metal strips to more traffic sign posts this year. The reflective strips help most during nighttime travelling so the sign is more visible to warn the driver of upcoming intersections and road hazards. The reflective strips will be added to regulatory signs...

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  8. CHS Drama Department News

    CHS Drama Department News

    The Continental Drama Department is offering a Sunday afternoon matinee for their Spring production of the Wizard of Oz. The musical will be on April 7 and 8 at 7pm and on April 9 at 2:30pm in the Irene Casteel auditorium. Please consider becoming a Drama Booster and support the Arts at Continental Local School! Would you like to be...

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