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Good News At The Fair

The Williams County Fair announces it will offer free admission for two days at the fair this year in Sept. Fair officials say Williams County beef, pork and dairy producers groups made a donation, as well as the Montpelier Eagles Aerie club, 2246. They add the fair could use some …

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Donald Edward Beck, 88

Donald Edward Beck, age 88, of Stryker, passed away Friday, April 20, 2018, after a brief illness. He passed away at Fairlawn Haven in Archbold, surrounded by his loving family. Prior to his retirement he had worked in the manufactured home business, having been the plant manager at the former …

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SC Remains Identified

A body found in a recreation area in Steuben County last Friday has been identified. Investigators say the body of 29-year-old Nigel Headley of Lansing was discovered by workers off Feather Valley Round. An autopsy was conducted. Steuben County Coroner, William Harter determined Headley died of multiple blunt force traumatic …

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Napoleon Blaze An Accident

State officials rule a fatal fire last year at a Napoleon auto salvage yard was accidental. Jeffrey Keehn was using a blow torch to cut parts off of a vehicle when the explosion occurred. Investigators say, gasoline was leaking from the pickup truck and the vapors were set off by …

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Officials Find Way To Make Jail Repairs

Hancock County voters turned down a sales tax to raise money to upgrade their county jail. Now, the county will have to borrow money to make mandated upgrades. Earlier this week, Hancock County Commissioners approved to fund $1.26 million worth of repairs and upgrades at the Hancock County Jail. To …

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Carsons Expected To Close

Bon-Ton, which operates 260 department stores in the U.S. including Carson’s, is expected to go out of business, this after two liquidation firms became the highest bidders at an auction for the bankrupt company’s assets. Carson’s has 15 Indiana stores, including those in Fort Wayne, Warsaw, Marion, Muncie and Kokomo, …

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Aurora “A.J.” Johnson, 29

Aurora “A.J.” Johnson, age 29, of Bryan, Ohio, passed away Wednesday, April 18, 2018. A.J. was a graduate of Bryan High School and had been attending Northwest State Community College preparing to enter their nursing program. She was a member of St. Patrick Catholic Church. A.J. was a loving mother …

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Worley Gets Death

Fulton County Judge, Jeffrey Robinson accepts the jury’s recommendation and sentences James Worley to death for murdering Sierah Joughin. Prior to the sentencing Worley, of rural Delta, addressed the court. He declared his innocence. Worley’s execution date is set for June 2019.

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Beware Of Scam

Defiance County deputies warn of scam calls where the caller claims to be a member of the Sheriff’s office…claiming they are investigating unpaid debts. No one in law enforcement does it that way…so hang up.

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Hoskins Heads To Prison

Clarence Hoskins of Tennessee is sentenced in a Steuben County courtroom to over 11 years in prison. Hoskins is accused of breaking into a Fremont home and terrorizing a 12-year-old boy. Hoskins will serve his time in an Indiana prison.

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