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Sue Ann Harvey, 83

Sue Ann Harvey, 83 years, of Bryan, passed away Wednesday, September 11, 2013 in her residence with her family at her side.  Sue was born February 15, 1930 in Temperance, Michigan, the daughter of Merle and LaMoile (Brittain) Gordon.  She was a 1950 graduate of Bryan High School.  Sue married Zale A. Harvey …

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NEW WASTEWATER PLANT SET FOR PULASKI TOWNSHIP

Accord­ing to a press release issued by the Ohio Devel­op­ment Ser­vices Agency, Williams County will soon be receiv­ing $78,000 as a Com­mu­nity Devel­op­ment Block Grant to improve waste­water col­lec­tion north of Bryan. The money will be used at the Oak­wood mobile home park in Pulaski Town­ship. Offi­cials there plan to …

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PROSECUTORS ALLEGE FAY LIED

Accord­ing to tes­ti­mony Tues­day in Put­nam County Court, the teenager who is charged with the May 9th deaths of two Ottawa broth­ers, 17 year old Blake and 14 year old Blaine Romes, lied to author­i­ties. 18 year old Michael Fay faces charges of aggra­vated mur­der, abuse of a corpse and …

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SEWER PROJECT UNDERWAY IN DEFIANCE

Defi­ance City Coun­cil, at their meet­ing on Tues­day night, approved an addi­tional con­tract for an east­side project which will also make drainage improve­ments related to the city’s long-term sewer con­trol plan. Accord­ing to the ordi­nance approved Tues­day, the city will con­tract with the engi­neer­ing firm Burgess and Niple, Inc. at …

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WILLIAMS FAIR TARGETED BY PETA

The Williams County Fair board recently drew crit­i­cism from a national orga­ni­za­tion. PETA (Peo­ple for the Eth­i­cal Treat­ment of Ani­mals) sent out let­ters as well as started a Face­book cam­paign ask­ing the fair board to can­cel ele­phant rides at the fair, claim­ing that Nosey the ele­phant has been mis­treated. Accord­ing …

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NEW BANK FOR CONTINENTAL??

There could be some money com­ing to one area vil­lage… lit­er­ally! Con­ti­nen­tal Vil­lage Coun­cil on Tues­day night learned of the pos­si­bil­ity of a new bank open­ing up shop in town. An offi­cial at the Fort Jen­nings State Bank says the bank is seri­ously con­sid­er­ing open­ing up a new branch bank …

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Gloria Miller, 90

Gloria J. Miller, 90, of Montpelier passed away Monday evening at Parkview Regional Medical Center in Ft. Wayne, Indiana.  She was born on January 11, 1923 in Walnut Springs, Texas to Frank P. and Johnnie W. (Veal) McElroy.  Gloria graduated from Walnut Springs High School in 1940 and then went on to …

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BRYAN PD BLOTTER

On Tues­day after­noon around 3:30, Bryan Police arrested 29 year old Kurt Andrews of Bryan on a bench war­rant from Bryan Munic­i­pal Court that the Williams County Sheriff’s Depart­ment held. Andrews was turned over to the sheriff’s depart­ment and then taken to CCNO.

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CAREER CENTER GETS GRADE A

The Ohio Depart­ment of Edu­ca­tion has released grades for Ohio’s Career Tech­ni­cal Schools and the news was good news for Four County Career Cen­ter. The Bryan Times reports that Four County Career Cen­ter, serv­ing 22 asso­ciate schools in the four-county area, was one of only eight career tech­ni­cal schools in …

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EDGERTON BOARD OF ED TOURS BUILDING

The Edger­ton Board of Edu­ca­tion held their monthly meet­ing Tues­day evening. The board kicked off last night’s meet­ing with a tour of the old mid­dle school build­ing. Super­in­ten­dent Andy Morr showed the board the lat­est improve­ments, includ­ing a coat of paint, new floor­ing in place of old car­pet and a …

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