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Garrett Hep Case Surfaces

Health officials are urging customers of a Garrett bar to get the Hepatitis A vaccine after a possible exposure was discovered at Martin’s Tavern on N Randolph St. Officials say an employee was diagnosed with Hepatitis. The infectious period when the employee worked was two weeks ago. Health officials say …

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Who Do Cited Drivers Pay

Two months after the New Haven city court closed, questions remain about unpaid traffic tickets. The court, once located at New Haven City Hall was closed at the end of 2018, but unresolved cases and unpaid tickets were still in the system at the time. Police Chief, Henry McKinnon tells …

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Gas Tax Increase Unveiled

Gov. DeWine’s administration recommends increasing the state gas tax by 18 cents a gallon, beginning July 1 and annually adjusting that tax for inflation to provide sufficient funding for maintenance of roads and bridges. Ohio’s Department of Transportation director, Jack Marchbanks, introduced the $7.43 billion transportation budget proposal to the …

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Deadly Accident On 6

One person is killed in a crash on Highway 6 in Napoleon. Another is in serious condition at an area hospital. The two car crash resulted in an unidentified driver thrown from the wreckage…dying at the scene.

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New Yorkers Brought In

Four people are brought in after a traffic stop on the Turnpike, north of West Unity. Officials say the car was going over 80. Officers smell marijuana and a supply of drug paraphernalia is found. All four men were from the Bronx, New York, and taken to the lockup in …

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Bakle Faces DUI Charges

A Bryan man is arrested for DUI. David Bakle was pulled for other traffic offenses when it was found he was impaired. He then skipped his ensuing court date. He’s held in Stryker.

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Beware Of Scam

People in the area have received phone calls someone saying they are from the Social Security Administration. They tell the victim due to illegal activity with a citizen’s Social Security number or account, the call recipient will be arrested or face other legal action if they fail to call a …

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Sounds Like Something Howard Hughes Would Do

It was a big job and it tied up traffic and everything else for a time. Massive equipment…heading to an oil refinery in Oregon…was being hauled on the streets, east of Toledo. So big…streetlights and power lines had to be moved…then put back as the procession of vehicles past. The …

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Eyesore No More

That cleanup at the abandoned A&P gas station site in Bryan will continue after local officials get a $250,000 state grant for the plot on S. Main St. The money will take care of environmental testing, remediation and landscaping of the site.

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