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A Fair Turnout In IN

Roughly 20 percent of Indiana’s registered voters cast ballots in last month’s midterm primary. That’s according to the Indiana Secretary of State’s office. They just released figures Thursday for the May 8 Republican and Democratic primaries. Officials say it’s a significant increase over the 2014 midterm primary turnout, but a …

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Sessions Speaks In FTW

Attorney General, Jeff Sessions spoke in Fort Wayne before a crowd of about 250 people, where he defended the Trump administration’s immigration policy. Outside Parkview Field, where Sessions delivered his remarks, protesters gathered to voice their displeasure with the policy. Session warned states that have been resistant to Trump administration …

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Boy Saved In Blaze

Angola firefighters save a 3-year-old boy from a burning house on County Road West 100 North in Steuben County. Officials say three policemen were first to arrive and were hurt trying to rescue the boy. When firefighters arrive, heavy fire is seen throughout the home. Fire crews went inside to …

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LaGrange County Remains Identified

Skeletal human remains recovered in April from a field in LaGrange County are identified as Tiffany Huffmann, missing since 2012. The cause of death hasn’t been determined, but foul play isn’t suspected. A property owner spotted the remains. A forensic anthropology team from the University of Indianapolis assisted with the …

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Teen Faces Court For Drugs

A Wauseon teen faces drug charges. Jamon McConnell plead guilty to trafficking in marijuana back in December. He was sentenced to two years of community control, and ordered to pay prosecution costs, serve two days in the Corrections Center of Northwest Ohio, with credit for days served and he is …

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A Wet Bust

A man accused of stealing from a gas station in Whitehouse surrenders after leading police on a chase and being pulled out of Swan Creek. Police said when the man was confronted about the alleged shoplifting, he took off on foot and jumped into the creek. The man eventually gave …

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Bongiorno Heads To Jail

Paul Bongiorno of Wauseon is sentenced to 14 months in prison for handling firearms in a motor vehicle, and 10 months in prison for aggravated possession of drugs. He pled guilty back in August for those charges.

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Noble County Arrests Made

An off-duty Indiana State Trooper makes an arrest in Noble County. The officer was on State Road 9, when he sees a man in a car wanted on an outstanding warrant. He tried to pull Tony Jacobs over. Jacobs pulled into a driveway…then takes off running. Jacobs soon after surrendered …

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New Digs Celebrated

A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held for the second medical office building on the ProMedica Defiance Regional Hospital campus. The 41,000- square-foot facility cost $12 million.

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Mary Jane Yarger, 85

Mary Jane Yarger, 85 years, of Bryan, passed away Friday, June 8, 2018 in her residence in Bryan. Mary Jane was born December 20, 1932 in Wooster, Ohio, the daughter of the late Roy Edward and Edna May (Morr) Davis. She was a 1950 graduate of Bryan High School. Mary …

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