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Vivian Murray, 85

Vivian M. Murray, 85, of Pioneer, Ohio died early Thursday morning at Evergreen Manor Nursing Home in Montpelier, Ohio.  She was born on February 1, 1928 in Jefferson Township, Ohio to Walter D. and Grace L. (Stine) Mercer.  Vivian graduated from Pioneer High School in 1946. For most of Vivian’s life she …

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Judith Apt, 71

Judith Ann Apt, age 71, of Montpelier, Ohio passed away on Thursday, May 30, 2013, at Community Hospitals and Wellness Center in Bryan. She was a homemaker. Judith was born on July 10, 1941, in Hudson, Michigan, the daughter of Jacob and Geraldine (Roberts) Carmean. Judith is survived by her …

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Alvin Schubert, 81

Alvin C. Schubert, 81 years, of Sherwood, passed away Wednesday, May 29, 2013 at Community Health Professionals Inpatient Hospice, Defiance.  Alvin was born September 24, 1931 in Continental, Ohio, to the late Bert and Edna (Durham) Schubert.  He was a 1949 graduate of Oakwood High School.  He then attended Defiance College. Alvin was …

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Bryan PD Arrests Bryan Man On Bench Warrant

Bryan Police arrested a Byran man yes­ter­day morn­ing. 22 year old Cody Fen­ton of South Main Street in Bryan was arrested on a bench war­rant out of Bryan Munic­i­pal Court for fail­ing to appear at at hear­ing in Bryan. He was taken to Bryan court, and then released.

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Water Issues Need To Be Addressed

Den­nis Miller, from the Maumee Val­ley Plan­ning Orga­ni­za­tion, met with Williams County Com­mis­sion­ers Thurs­day after­noon. Accord­ing to the Bryan Times, there’s a prob­lem that needs some seri­ous atten­tion. Miller said that in 2006 the North­west Water Dis­trict bor­rowed $2.2 mil­lion from the Ohio Water Devel­op­ment Agency to finance a water …

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Latta Stops At Henry

Con­gress­man Bob Latta was in Henry County Thurs­day to visit with con­stituents. Latta said busi­ness reg­u­la­tion is a top issue fac­ing the coun­try right now. out in the real world,” Latta said. Latta also dis­cussed IRS tar­get­ing of con­ser­v­a­tive groups. The con­gress­man said he felt there will be more inves­ti­ga­tions …

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Defiance Trustees Meet

Defi­ance Town­ship trustees, at their recent May meet­ing, dis­cussed res­cue and fire con­tracts with the city of Defi­ance and road projects. The fire con­tract cov­ers ser­vice in the rural sec­tion of the town­ship. Quar­terly pay­ments will total $13,414. The res­cue ser­vice con­tract remains at $30,000 plus insur­ance col­lec­tions. Trustees also …

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Non Profit Deal Shielded

Pro­ceeds of the state’s $1.5 bil­lion liquor deal with a job-creation non­profit would be shielded from pub­lic audit under a late addi­tion to a fast-tracked bill now headed to the governor’s desk. The move is meant to clear up an ongo­ing dis­pute over whether the state audi­tor has the author­ity …

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Fathers Day At The Library

You’re invited to cel­e­brate Father’s Day on June 14 with a make-and-take cup­cake day at the Wauseon Pub­lic Library. Come in between the hours of 10:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. to dec­o­rate your own Father’s Day cup­cake. The event is free and open to the pub­lic. For more infor­ma­tion, con­tact library direc­tor …

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Vehicle Slams Into House And Starts Blaze

A vehi­cle slammed into a home in Mal­inta early Wednes­day morn­ing, set­ting fire to the house. The Henry County Sheriff’s Office says it hap­pened just before 1am Wednes­day when 36 year old Jef­fery Lauharn of Toledo lost con­trol of his vehi­cle, hit a pile of mulch, and then slammed into …

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