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SCHOOL PLANS REVEALED

Bryan school dis­trict res­i­dents on Wednes­day got to see architect’s ren­der­ings which show the pro­posed grade 6–12 school’s place­ment north of Foun­tain Grove Drive, and illus­trate the approx­i­mate size and design of the struc­ture. Also shown in the plans unveiled yes­ter­day, are the park­ing lots and the traf­fic flow, which …

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Amber Alpaugh-Davis, 38

Amber J. Alpaugh-Davis, 38 of Montpelier passed away Tuesday morning at St. Rita’s Medical Center in Lima, Ohio after an extended illness.  She was born on August 21, 1975 in Hicksville, Ohio to Jeff A. and Jeanine (Springer) Alpaugh and they survive in Montpelier. Amber graduated from Montpelier High School in …

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BRYAN PD REPORT

Bryan Police say on Tues­day after­noon around 5:43, they arrested 23 year old Joshua E. Yates of Bryan on a bench war­rant out of Bryan Munic­i­pal Court for fail­ing to appear for sen­tenc­ing. Yates was taken to CCNO. On Sat­ur­day around 6:40 PM, Wendy J. Jones of Bryan, was picked …

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EDGERTON BUSINESS UPSETS MANY

Some Edger­ton res­i­dents expressed con­cern Tues­day to Edger­ton Vil­lage Coun­cil about a new busi­ness in town. That busi­ness, accord­ing to The Bryan Times, is Bizarro… a place that sells pot­pourri, a syn­thetic ver­sion of mar­i­juana. Even though vil­lage lead­ers aren’t thrilled with the new shop, they say that what is …

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BRYAN LIGHTS TO COST MORE THAN PROJECTED

The Bryan Board of Pub­lic Affairs on Tues­day, reluc­tantly approved a cost­lier pur­chase of new street­light poles than what was orig­i­nally expected. In July, the board autho­rized pur­chase of new, more mod­ern poles to replace the old poles on a por­tion of South Main Street at a cost of $748 …

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OHIO TEXTING AND DRIVING RECORDS RELEASED

A new tex­ting while dri­ving law took effect in Ohio about a year ago, but so far, it hasn’t had a very big impact across the Buck­eye state. Traf­fic cita­tion sta­tis­tics show there hasn’t been a big upswing in tick­ets for Ohio dri­vers who insist on tex­ting while dri­ving. The …

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INTERSECTION CHANGES THURSDAY IN STEUBEN COUNTY

The Indi­ana Depart­ment of Trans­porta­tion said on Tues­day, that the inter­sec­tion of Indi­ana 1 and Metz Road in Steuben County will become a four-way stop effec­tive Thurs­day, weather per­mit­ting. Stop signs, stop bars and “Stop Sign Ahead” signs will be placed at all approaches to the inter­sec­tion. The state­ment, released …

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LABOR DAY TRAFFIC STATS

This Labor Day week­end, troop­ers were crack­ing down on drug activ­ity and aggres­sive dri­vers. Troop­ers made 263 drug arrests through­out the hol­i­day report­ing period of Mid­night on Fri­day, August 30 through 11:59 p.m. on Mon­day, Sep­tem­ber 2. In addi­tion, aggres­sive dri­ving cita­tions totaled 3,727 dri­vers cited and OVI arrests came …

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Nancy Wood, 86

Nancy L. Wood, 86 years, of Bryan, Ohio and formerly of Toledo, Ohio, Birmingham, Michigan and Shelby, North Carolina,  passed away Sunday, September 01, 2013 at Community Hospitals and Wellness Center, Bryan.  Nancy was born June 24, 1927 in Shelby, North Carolina, the daughter of the late James Ogburn and Anne Mae …

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Jimmy Moody, 57

James A. “Jimmy” Moody, 57 years, of Bryan, went home to be with his best friend, Jesus, Friday, August 30, 2013 at Genesis HealthCare-Bryan Centre after a short illness.  He was born October 6, 1956 in Bryan, son of the late James B. and Dorothea M. (Beaviers) Moody.  He was a 1975 …

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