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Bill Weaner, 86

William J. “Bill” Weaner, 86 years, of Sherwood passed away suddenly on Thursday, May 23, 2013 at Genesis Healthcare – Bryan Center in Bryan, Ohio. Bill was born March 22, 1927 in Delaware Twp, Ohio, the son of the late Peter and Theresia (Weaver) Weaner.  He was a 1945 graduate of …

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Norbert Koppenhofer, 93

Norbert H. Koppenhofer, age 93, of Wauseon passed away late Wednesday May 22, 2013 at Fairlawn Haven in Archbold. Mr. Koppenhofer was a lifelong area Farmer. He had also worked for the Ohio Turnpike for 18 years. Mr. Koppenhofer was born on December 2, 1919 the son of the late …

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MEMORIAL DRIVING REMINDERS

The Ohio State High­way Patrol is remind­ing dri­vers to not get behind the wheel impaired this Memo­r­ial Day week­end. Troop­ers will be work­ing along­side local law enforce­ment offi­cers in an effort to have a week­end free of impaired-fatal crashes. Memo­r­ial Day week­end is tra­di­tion­ally a dan­ger­ous hol­i­day period on Ohio …

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WILLIAMS COUNTY TO PAVE RUNWAYS

The Fed­eral Avi­a­tion Admin­is­tra­tion has a prob­lem with the Williams County Air­port, and it’s just the right kind of prob­lem to have. Air Traf­fic at the Williams County Air­port has more than dou­bled over the last 18 months. Due to the increased usage, the Bryan Times reports that the FAA …

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WEST UNITY ANNOUNCES PLANNED STREET REPAIRS

The vil­lage of West Unity has announced that two street paving projects will begin in June. ODOT will mill and pave U.S. 127, both north and south of the village’s down­town limit. Gerken Paving is the sub­con­trac­tor for that job. In addi­tion, M&M Asphalt, accord­ing to the Bryan Times, will …

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FACEBOOK PAGE AIMS TO OUST COMMISSIONERS

The con­tro­versy con­tin­ues to brew over the Pauld­ing County com­mis­sion­ers’ deci­sion to put daily over­sight of the county Emer­gency Man­age­ment Agency and dog war­den office under the sheriff’s office. Now, it’s being taken to social media. A Face­book page called Recall Pauld­ing Ohio Com­mis­sion­ers has been started. The site had …

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HOW OLD IS YOUR REFRIGERATOR?

Does your refrig­er­a­tor look like some­thing out of the old Jackie Glea­son show? Or maybe I Love Lucy? Well, it doesn’t have to be so old as to be called and ice­box, but if you have an older refrig­er­a­tor, you could just be a win­ner. AEP Ohio is join­ing forces …

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Dorothy Crawford, 93

Dorothy J. Crawford, age 93, of Edon, Ohio, died at 6:30 P.M. on Monday, May 20, 2013, at St. Anne’s Home in Fort Wayne, Indiana where she was a resident. Mrs. Crawford was a lifelong resident of Edon, graduating from Edon High School in 1937 and from Warner Beauty College …

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LeRoy Swalley, 61

LeRoy Swalley, age 61, of Stryker passed away early May 22, 2013 in his home surrounded by his loving family following a battle with cancer. Mr. Swalley was born on May 30, 1952 in Defiance, Ohio the son of the late Gilbert Lester and the late Ruth Viola (Fackler) Swalley. …

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Andy Moody, 74

Wilbur “Andy” A. Moody, 74, of Bryan died Tuesday night at the Community Hospital and Wellness Center in Bryan, Ohio. He was born on September 16, 1938 in Montpelier, Ohio to George Wilbur and Dorothy Julia (Jenkins) Moody. Andy attended Montpelier High School. After high school he proudly served his …

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