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Alfred R. Cornell, 92

Alfred R. Cornell, age 92, of Edon, Ohio, passed away at 12:09 A.M. on Sunday, August 6, 2017, at his home. Alfred was the owner of Tri-State Machining and Cornell Farms. He was a member of the Edon United Methodist Church and entertained many people over the years as a …

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Sherrie A. Kaiser, 87

Sherrie A. Kaiser, age 87, of Edon, Ohio, passed away unexpectedly on Saturday, August 5, 2017, in her home. Mrs. Kaiser was a 1948 graduate of Edon High School and a 1951 graduate of Riverside Nursing School in Toledo, Ohio. After many years of being a homemaker and raising her …

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State Fair Tragedy Update

Four people injured when a thrill ride fell apart at the Ohio State Fair remain hospitalized, including a woman in a coma. An 18-year-old man was killed and seven people injured when the swinging and spinning Fire Ball ride broke apart July 26 on the state fair’s midway. Tyler Jerrell’s …

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CHS Numbers Are Down

Community Health Systems, the parent company of Lutheran Health Network, reported a $137 million loss in the second quarter. Breakouts of financials pertaining to Lutheran Health Network were not made available. It’s customary for company’s reporting financial information to not provide individual breakouts.

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Tax Talk In Seneca

An important levy will likely be on the ballot for voters in Seneca County, to support the area mental health board. The Mental Health and Recovery Services Board needs to put a new levy on the November ballot to continue the work they have been doing for the last nine …

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BG Man Avoids Charges

Bowling Green Police decide not to file charges against a man they believed was involved in a break-in at Campus Polleyes early Thursday morning. Police say the incident took place at the restaurant on East Court Street around 1 a.m.

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David E. Batt, Sr., 82

David E. Batt, Sr., age 82, of Bryan, Ohio, died at 4:55 P.M. on Tuesday, August 1, 2017, at The Inn at Fountain Park. He was a welder and supervisor at Bil-Jax in Archbold, Ohio, retiring after 41 years with the company. Mr. Batt was a member of Bryan Eagles …

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Step One At Innovation Park Complete

Angola city, along with some state leaders, broke ground on the future site of Angola’s Innovation Park. It’s being called a “true community partnership” between the State of Indiana, City of Angola, local businesses and community leaders. The future park, located near the intersection of I-69 and U.S. 20, has …

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MPD Wants A Dog

Montpelier Police wants a way to literally sniff out crime in order to take a bigger bite out of Williams County’s drug problem. The department is raising funds for the purchase of a K-9 unit, the training of an officer and the outfitting of a cruiser to facilitate travel with …

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Heads Up, BMU Customers

The Bryan Board of Public Affairs is considering changes to its electric rates that would amount to a slight increase in most residential customers bills, with decreases for large industrial customers. Most customers would pay more per kilowatt-hour of electric use, but less per month in power supply cost adjustments, …

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