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24 Months For Wallace

Ernest Wallace of Wauseon was in a Fulton County courtroom. He pled guilty to felonious assault. The arrest report shows on or about Aug. 18, he caused serious physical harm to another. He gets two years in prison, and is ordered to pay prosecution costs and court-appointed counsel fees.

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Injury Crash Hurts Boys In Harlan

Two boys are hurt badly after a minivan hit the pony wagon they were riding in on Trammel Road in Harlan. Officials tell reporters the 9 and 14-year-old were taken from the scene to the hospital after the incident. The driver of the minivan stayed on the scene, telling police …

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So Long, Don

We have some bittersweet news to announce. An old friend to the area, Don Allison served as one of the editors at the Bryan Times. He was there for over 37 years. This Friday is his last day at the paper. Don says don’t feel bad for him though…adding he …

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Does He Know Travis Bickle

This person obviously didn’t like what he saw on the tube. Bryan Police bring in a man for firing a gun within city limits. Nicholas Phillips, is charged with using a weapon while intoxicated, improperly discharging a firearm near a school and endangering children. He was taken to the Corrections …

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Chase Ends In Injuries

A car theft leads to a high speed pursuit and injuries. Officials tell reporters the suspect stole a vehicle in Avilla. Minutes later, it’s spotted east of Kendallville by officers, on Highway 6, near State Road 27. The chase begins. Reaching speed over 100 mph, the pursuit gets on I …

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The Latest In The Aquifer

Officials in Pioneer decide to shelve a proposal that would have stopped public comment on the plan to sell water from the area aquifer to other communities. Artesian of Pioneer, owned by Pioneer Mayor Ed Kidston, wants to drill into the aquifer to sell up to 14 million gallons of …

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Crash On 127

Officials suspect someone getting sick behind the wheel is the cause of an area crash on Highway 127, near County Road F. Investigators say the solo crash resulted in the vehicle rolling off the roadway for some distance before ending up in a creek bed. Crews from Bryan assisted in …

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Bomb Threat In Montpelier

A bomb scare leads to the evacuation of an area school. A threat, written on the wall of a bathroom on campus in Montpelier put officials into their crisis response plan. The police were called and the buildings were cleared out. Toledo Police’s bomb sniffing dog was brought in to …

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Buggy v Truck In LaGrange Co

Another car versus buggy crash over in LaGrange County. This time, responders were dispatched to a County Road 200 North location at the County Road 400 intersection. Investigators tell reporters the buggy driver, Laura Miller should have given the right of way to pickup truck driver, Jamie Heisler of Bryan. …

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Welcome Home And Thanks

About 200 members of an Indiana National Guard unit are back home after a 10-month deployment to the Middle East. A large crowd stood and cheered as soldiers from the 38th Sustainment Brigade marched into an aircraft hangar at Indianapolis International Airport for the brief homecoming ceremony. The Brigade conducted …

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