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Grime Remains At The Helm

Jamie Grime, the superintendent at Montpelier Schools, will stay on for another five years. The school board there approved his contract extension. Grime has led Williams County’s second largest school district for over a decade, now. He tells reporters he has a wish list for the district…including building up Montpelier’s …

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First Reading For Tax Renewal In Edon

Edon Northwest Local Schools is moving to put a tax renewal on November’s ballot. Officials say it is for operating funds for the district. A first reading of the proposal took place at the district’s board of education meeting…continuing the 1 percent tax on earned income for five years. The …

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More On The Hill Controversy

An Indiana legislator wants an investigation into the possible impeachment of state Attorney General, Curtis Hill. over allegations that he drunkenly groped a female lawmaker and three female legislative staffers at a bar. Democratic Rep., Ed DeLaney of Indianapolis says he submitted the request Thursday…asking that the House Judiciary Committee …

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A Move On The Warrant Problem By DeWine

Gov. DeWine has created a task force to study changes to Ohio’s arrest-warrant system. Among several issues before the task force is prioritizing warrants for serious offenders, who pose threats to public safety. DeWine wants recommendations by June or earlier. Several newspaper reports uncovered numerous flaws in Ohio’s and the …

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Marvin L. Hunter, 80

Marvin L. Hunter, 80 years, of Bryan, passed away Thursday, February 14, 2019 at Community Health and Wellness Centers Emergency Room, Bryan.  Marvin was born July 4, 1938, in Bryan, Ohio, the son of the late Glen LeRoy and Leva Alice (Hubbell) Hunter.  He married Winifred Eileen Miller on February …

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Train V Car In Stryker

No one is hurt after a Norfolk Southern smashes into a car in Stryker. Officials say the woman in the car did not clear enough ice off of her windshield to see as she tried to negotiate the weather on Defiance Street. They say she saw the railroad crossing gates …

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Police Catch Up To Burgess

A passerby sees a man walking in the weather on Ohio 15 and calls officers, thinking the man on foot could use some help. Officers arrive…Joshua Burgess sees them and runs away. He didn’t get far in the snow. Burgess has warrants for failing to appear to a Fulton County …

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Accidental Shooting In Edgerton

A man is wounded accidentally in a gun related incident northeast of Edgerton. The victim was flown to an area hospital. They say he is in stable condition for injuries to his hands and left leg. The investigation continues in the County Road 6 shooting.

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More Accolades For Vashaw

A Bryan Elementary School employee is named the Ohio School Social Work Association’s 2019 School Social Worker of the Year. We have reported on Sarah Vashaw before. She is known for her work with children and families, and in part for the foundation she helped create which made social worker …

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Where Were You In 55

A purse, with items from the 1950’s is returned to its now 82-year-old owner after workers find it while demolishing part of an Indiana high school. Martha Everett lost the black stitched purse at the old Jeffersonville High School, where she was a senior back in 1955…its contents?…a wallet, a …

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