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Hit And Run In DC

Authorities want a hit and run suspect in Dekalb County. Garrett Police says someone was hit in an area parking lot. Check their website for a photo of the person of interest if you can help in the case.

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Someone Else Is Sore About The Water Plan

The Concerned Citizens of Dekalb County are holding an informational meeting about the aquifer. They appear to be largely against Pioneer mayor, Ed Kidston’s plan to pump and distribute millions of gallons of water to communities in the region. They use water from the aquifer themselves and are concerned about …

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Fatal Crash Near Convoy

One man is dead after a head-on collision on Highway 30 East, near Convoy. Another victim is critically hurt at this hour. Troopers got reports someone was driving the wrong way. A few minutes later, emergency dispatchers got another call, reporting there had been a crash in the eastbound lanes, …

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Power Outage In And Around New Haven

More than 1,900 customers in the New Haven area go without power during much of the early morning hours. Officials say it is not clear what caused it. Utility crews made repairs and most customers had power restored in roughly two hours. Several traffic lights were out during the interruption. …

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Disappointing News For One Area Project

It looks like there will be some changes for one area infrastructure project. Officials in Bryan report parts of a multi-million dollar wastewater treatment plant improvement project are behind schedule…so, some items on the list of things to do with the project are now being stricken from it. The Bryan …

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Edon Council Makes Funding Commitment

Councilmembers in Edon vote to put a quarter of its tax revenues towards capital improvements in the area. It begins with the new budget year. At current levels, the city takes around 20 percent of those revenues and spends it on improvements. At one point, officials considered upping the number …

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Main Street Will Be Looking Good Soon

Bryan gets approval for $1.4 million in grant funding to repave almost the entire length of Main Street. The project includes a new road surface and work on sidewalk handicap ramps at some of the intersections along the roadway. The plan is for work to begin by the summer of …

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Gordon Is Tapped For Music Program

Bryan City Schools Orchestra Director, Brandon Gordon is picked as one of just 16 school music directors in the country to take part in a program that looks to change the way music is taught in America. Gordon and the other directors selected have already begun showing their students entire …

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Suspect Gets Away From Police

A suspect escapes custody of Fayette Police officers. Axle Roark is on the run. Officers suspect he may be in the Fayette area as the search for him is on. They say he was not armed but should be considered dangerous just the same. They add if you see him, …

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No Injuries In Swancreek Twp Blaze

Four people escape a house fire in Swancreek Township on County Road 1. Fire officials say it began in an attached garage and spread to the residence. No one was injured in the blaze. No cause has been determined. Crews from Swanton, Delta, Whitehouse, and Liberty Center assisted at the …

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