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Corrections Center of Northwest Ohio housing almost 600 inmates

Jim Dennis, executive director at the Corrections Center of Northwest Ohio, said Wednesday’s population stood at 597 or 94 percent, a record high for 2017. He said the population stood at 526 in February and climbed to 587 in March. During the meeting, Mr. Dennis said CCNO needs to diversify …

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Paulding Exempted Village Board of Education hires new principal

The Paulding Exempted Village Board of Education hired a new principal at Paulding Elementary School for the 2017-18 school year. The board approved a two-year contract with Greg Puthoff as Paulding Elementary School principal, effective Aug. 2. Puthoff replaces Stephanie Tear, with whom the district came to a settlement agreement, …

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$1 million bond set for murder suspect

A Fulton County grand jury indicted the man accused of killing his ex-girlfriend and kidnapping their infant son Tuesday on more than 20 counts. James Ramey is accused of shooting Mandi Mangas before kidnapping their son and Mangas’s mother. It all began on March 14, where the kidnapping spawned an …

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Auburn man was hospitalized early Tuesday after traffic accident

A 40-year-old Auburn man was hospitalized early Tuesday after his car veered off a county road as he was adjusting his cruise control and sailed over a pair of driveways before it came to rest in a yard. The DeKalb County Sheriff’s Department say their officers and area medics were …

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City of Bryan officials cracking down on property appearances

With spring and summer conditions arriving, City of Bryan officials are asking residents to keep their properties presentable and in line with local law. City Planning and Zoning Department Director Andrew Waterston said at Monday’s regular Bryan City Council meeting that the city has received some complaints about election or …

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41st Annual Quilt Show at Sauder Village scheduled for May 2 – 7

The 41st Annual Quilt Show at Sauder Village is again expected to draw quilters from across the country to Sauder Village from May 2-7. This annual event is a celebration of this traditional craft featuring hundreds of quilts, a new vendor market, special exhibits, and workshops. For six days starting …

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Bryan City Schools’ Shaffer Field will get a facelift this summer

Bryan City Schools’ Shaffer Field will get a facelift this summer. The Bryan Times reports the board of education on Monday approved advertising for bids for a project that will bring the field’s terraced north seating section into Americans With Disabilities Act Compliance after a court order was issued. Superintendent …

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A motion to dismiss murder case filed on Monday in Paulding County Common Pleas Court

The attorneys for a Fort Wayne man accused of murder in Paulding County have filed a motion to dismiss the case on Monday in Paulding County Common Pleas Court. Defense attorneys filed a motion to dismiss for lack of territorial jurisdiction in the case involving 34 year olde Daniel Zerbe …

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Angola man facing multiple traffic charges after nearly striking juvenile

The Steuben County Sheriff’s Department say an Angola man was arrested Saturday afternoon for nearly striking a juvenile with his car. Reports indicate that police received a call around 4 p.m. Saturday to Lane 100 Lake Charles East after someone reported a child was nearly hit by a vehicle. During …

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Michigan man dies in motorcycle deer accident

A Michigan man died over the weekend from injuries he suffered late Friday night when his motorcycle collided with a deer in Hillsdale County.The Michigan State Police say that 54 year old John McCormack of Jerome tried to brake for the deer but he struck the animal and was thrown …

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