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BRYAN PLANE CRASH CLAIMS MICHIGAN MAN’S LIFE

Since 1982, seven planes have crashed in the Bryan area. One more went down over the week­end. A Michi­gan man’s plane crashed Sat­ur­day morn­ing just north of Bryan. The pilot, 62 year old Leslie Dean of Ann Arbor died Sat­ur­day after­noon at Mercy St. Vin­cent Med­ical Cen­ter in Toledo where …

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ALCOHOL LISTED AS CAUSE OF SATURDAY NIGHT WILLIAMS COUNTY CRASH

One man was arrested Sat­ur­day after a crash near the Ohio-Indiana bor­der. It hap­pened just before 10:30 Sat­ur­day night on Steuben County Road 1000 E at the inter­sec­tion of Williams County Road L. Police say 30 year old Logan Nor­ton of Pleas­ant Lake, Ind., was trav­el­ing west on County Road …

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NO ARRESTS DURING BRYAN SOBRIETY CHECKPOINT

The High­way Patrol announced on Fri­day that there would be a sobri­ety check­point in Williams County over the week­end. There was, and for­tu­nately none of the over 500 vehi­cles processed at that check­point in Bryan Sat­ur­day night turned up an intox­i­cated dri­ver. There were no arrests result­ing from the check­point …

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WAUSEON POLICE RECEIVE NEW LASER SPEED GUN

The Wauseon Police Depart­ment has been awarded a valu­able new piece of equip­ment. At a dis­trict grant meet­ing held in Bowl­ing Green on Fri­day, the Ohio Traf­fic Safety Office pre­sented the depart­ment with a new Laser Tech­nol­ogy TruSpeed 100 laser speed gun. The Wauseon Police Depart­ment plans to put it …

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PAULDING COMMISSIONER APPOINTED TO POSITION BY GOVERNOR

Pauld­ing County Com­mis­sioner Fred Pieper was appointed by the Gov­er­nor last week to the Ohio Advi­sory Coun­cil for the Aging. The board includes 12 mem­bers who are appointed along with four other indi­vid­u­als from leg­is­la­ture and state depart­ments of men­tal health, devel­op­men­tal dis­abil­i­ties, health and job and fam­ily ser­vice. Respon­si­bilites …

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BRYAN SCHOOLS TO HOST PUBLIC MEETING ON FACILITIES

Bryan City Schools is host­ing a pub­lic meet­ing to dis­cuss school facilities.Info will be pre­sented on the school facil­ity mas­ter plan and there will be updated news from the Ohio School Facil­i­ties Commission.Meeting is Tues­day night at 7pm in Bryan Mid­dle School Commons.

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HICKSVILLE MAN CONVICTED ON SEX CHARGES

A Hicksville man has been found guilty by a Defi­ance County jury of 10 child sex­ual abuse charges. The jury decided that 42 year old Jerry Stairhime was guilty of six counts of rape; three counts of gross sex­ual impo­si­tion; and one count of sex­ual impo­si­tion. Sen­tenc­ing is set for …

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Vester Hylton, 99

Vester L. Hylton, 99, of Edon passed away April 27, 2013 at Community Health Professionals Inpatient Hospice, Defiance. He was a welder who worked in the steel yards that were used in constructing the Golden Gate Bridge and the Neighborhood Community Church in California. He worked for many years at …

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Waver Keck-Dhaenens, 85

Waver Lee Keck-Dhaenens, age 85, of Bryan, Ohio, joined her heavenly father at 10:47 P.M. on Friday, April 26th, 2013 while at Community Hospitals and Wellness Center in Bryan. Prior to devoting her life as wife and mother, Waver Lee was employed as secretary by the 50 Corporation and Ohio …

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Floyd Miller, 78

Floyd O. Miller, age 78, of Edgerton, Ohio, died at 7:47 P.M. on Friday, April 26, 2013, at Community Health Partners Inpatient Hospice in Defiance. Mr. Miller was employed as a tool and die maker and supervisor at Edgerton Manufacturing for 28 years and retired from Spangler Candy Company in …

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