National News

Cold For Halloween, But No Snow This Year

Remem­ber com­plain­ing about the heat this past sum­mer? Well, think about this now… The first snowflakes of the year could show up today accord­ing to the National Weather Ser­vice. Here is the fore­cast: Today, rain show­ers before 2 p.m., then rain and snow show­ers. High near 44. Winds could gust as high as 30 mph. …

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A Very High Level Visit

Both the cur­rent Gov­er­nor, and the Lt. Gov­er­nor, made cam­paign stops in north­west Ohio this week. Gov­er­nor Kasich and Lt Gov­er­nor Mary Tay­lor stopped by the Han­cock County Repub­li­can head­quar­ters in Find­lay on Wednes­day, then went on to Arch­bold where they spoke at a Ful­ton County Get Out the Vote event. Tay­lor talked about an …

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Airport Improvements Explained

Work con­tin­ues toward improve­ments at the Williams County Air­port. It’s all part of an ongo­ing improve­ment plan for the air­port, and it has been quite not­i­ca­ble for the past few weeks if you have been there, with the resur­fac­ing of the run­way being a big pri­or­ity. The Bryan Kiwa­nis Club is inter­ested in what’s hap­pen­ing …

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Agreement Inked In Edon

The Edon-Northwest Board of Edu­ca­tion and the Edon North­west Teach­ers Asso­ci­a­tion have agreed in prin­ci­ple to a one-year con­tract. Accord­ing to pub­lished reports in the Bryan Times, the deal was reached between the board and the ENTA Tues­day and the board rat­i­fied the con­tract at a spe­cial board meet­ing Thurs­day after­noon. The vote was 5–0 …

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Husband Of Steuben County Woman Killed In Crash Now Arrested

The hus­band of a Steuben County woman who died in traf­fic acci­dent back in August, has been arrested and charged with Oper­at­ing While Intox­i­cated Caus­ing Death. 41-year-old Daniel Shroyer was arrested over the week­end, and released from jail on Sat­ur­day night after post­ing 10 per­cent of a $10,000 bond. The war­rant for his arrest was …

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Wauseon Wins Paint The Plow Award

A local high school has come away as a win­ner in a statewide con­test. Wauseon High School has been selected as a win­ner in the Ohio Depart­ment of Transportation’s Dis­trict 2 Paint the Plow con­test. Six­teen high schools from Williams, Ful­ton, Henry, Lucas, San­dusky, Seneca, and Wood coun­ties par­tic­i­pated in this year’s con­test, which was …

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