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Joe White, 82

Herbert “Joe” M. White, 82, of Montpelier died Wednesday at his home.  He was born on November 25, 1930 in Fort Wayne, Indiana to Clarence Merle and Adaline Christina (Chester) White.  Joe proudly served his country in the United States Army during the Korean War, stationed in Germany.  While serving he married his …

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BRYAN PD ARRESTS

Bryan Police made quite a few arrests on Wednes­day. 18 year old Sean Crocker of Bryan, was arrested for Under­age Con­sum­ing. He was released. 19 year old Dustin Swank of Mont­pe­lier, was also arrested for Under­age Con­sum­ing. He too was released. 50 year old Larry McIn­tosh of Bryan, was arrested …

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FREE RX CARDS

As mil­lions of Amer­i­cans strive to deal with the eco­nomic down­turn, loss of jobs, fore­clo­sures, high cost of gas,and the ris­ing cost of pre­scrip­tion drug costs, Amer­i­can Con­sul­tants Rx has announced the re-release of the Amer­i­can Con­sul­tants Rx com­mu­nity ser­vice project which con­sists of mil­lions of free dis­count pre­scrip­tion cards …

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GOOD FOLKS IN BRYAN

Dr. Rick and Char­lene Hess were hon­ored Wednes­day evening when they were named the Bryan Area Foundation’s Good Cit­i­zens of 2013. Rick and Char­lene have been Bryan res­i­dents since 1972 accord­ing to the Bryan Times, when they moved to Bryan with their chil­dren when Rick accepted a posi­tion as pedi­a­tri­cian …

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POLICE TARGET METH

The Pauld­ing County Sheriff’s Office is report­ing a lot of meth lab activ­ity lately. The sheriff’s office had three busts in three weeks. Last year the office cleaned up about a dozen meth labs as well as some meth trash in the county. Meth trash refers to the empty bot­tles …

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29 INJURED IN BUS/CAR CRASH ON INTERSTATE

The Ohio High­way Patrol now says that 29 peo­ple were injured in a crash between a com­mer­cial bus and a car Tues­day on Inter­state 75 in north­west Ohio. The crash hap­pened at about 10:30 Tues­day night when a 2001 Blue­bird bus ran into the back of a 1995 Toy­ota Camry …

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Charles Walls, 85

Charles E. Walls, 85 years, of Bryan, passed away Tuesday, May 21, 2013, at Community Hospitals and Wellness Centers, Bryan, where he had been a patient.  Chuck was born July 24, 1927 in Effingham, Illinois, to the late Sanford and Bernice (Becker) Walls.  He served in the National Guard for four years.  He …

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SAUDER GOES BLUE STAR

Sauder Vil­lage announced on Tues­day, the launch of Blue Star Muse­ums, a col­lab­o­ra­tion among the National Endow­ment for the Arts, Blue Star Fam­i­lies, the Depart­ment of Defense, and more than 2,000 muse­ums across Amer­ica to offer free admis­sion to all active duty mil­i­tary per­son­nel and their fam­i­lies from Memo­r­ial Day …

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AREA UNEMPLOYMENT RATES ON THE DECREASE

Fig­ures released by the Ohio Depart­ment of Job and Fam­ily Ser­vices on Tues­day show that Williams County’s unem­ploy­ment rate decreased from 7.4 per­cent in March to 6.6 per­cent in April. Williams County Unem­ploy­ment which pre­vi­ously was listed as the high­est in the state just a few years ago, is now …

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BRYAN BOARD OF PUBLIC AFFAIRS MEETS

On Tues­day the Bryan Board of Pub­lic Affairs passed a res­o­lu­tion to accept a con­tract with Michi­gan Under­ground LLC for the 2013 Nor­lick Place elec­tric pri­mary and sec­ondary replace­ment project for $54,898. Accord­ing to the Bryan Times, it’s the sec­ond time the project has been sub­mit­ted for bids. The first …

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