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Governor Visits Bryan

Leaders from the United Way of Williams County meet with Governor, DeWine and the Ohio First Lady. They discussed efforts to expand the Ohio Governor’s Imagination Library Program, statewide. The program, funded by the Ohio legislature for two years, helps promote early childhood literacy in children from the time they …

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Crash In DKC

DeKalb County Sheriff’s Deputies are called to the scene of a crash at U.S. 6 and Commerce Drive, near County Road 31. Officials say a 17-year-old female who was traveling northbound on 31, failed to yield right of way to a second vehicle. The cars collided and came to rest …

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Pipeline Owners Want Changes

Developers of two new natural gas pipelines in Ohio want to reduce their valuation, which would decrease by millions the anticipated tax dollars coming to schools and communities. Owners of the Rover and NEXUS pipeline systems filed separate requests with the Ohio Department of Taxation earlier this month to have …

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First Harbor Moves

A subsidiary of FirstEnergy Corp. that operates Ohio’s two nuclear plants, is planning to move its headquarters early next year, from its current headquarters in West Akron to the former Akron Post Office. The utility filed for bankruptcy last year and intends to operate as an independent company under the …

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New Hours At USAF Museum

Aerospace fans, who have trouble fitting a museum visit into daytime hours, will have the opportunity next year to make evening visits to the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force in Ohio. The extended schedule once a month will give busy families and other people with time crunches more …

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Fire Squelched In Delphos

Crews from Middle Point, Van Wert, Delphos, Ohio City and Spencerville are called to a home on Converse Roselm Road, just west of Delphos to take on a house fire. Officials tell reporters the homeowners and pets were able to escape. No injuries reported. The cause of the fire was …

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Trail Project Moves Forward

In Montpelier…the Village Council takes one more step on the Iron Horse River Trail project. The village has received approval for $850,000 in grants from the state Transportation Alternatives Program, through the Ohio Department of Transportation. The grant is for development of a recreational trail generally along the St. Joseph …

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OH Discusses Death Penalty Repeal

House Republicans in Ohio are discussing a repeal of the death penalty, as executions remain on hold, amid the state’s struggles to obtain lethal injection drugs. GOP House Speaker, Larry Householder tells reporters members of his majority caucus are discussing various options, including doing away with capital punishment. This, as …

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More Internet May Be Coming

High-speed internet would spread to about 1 million unserved or underserved Ohioans along rural routes and highways, previously off-limits, to private development under a strategic plan. If approved by the Department of Agriculture, the aggressive blueprint for expanding and improving broadband access across the state also would give extra points …

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Whitehead Indicted

Hugh Whitehead, the Bryan man accused of raping and assaulting a woman, is indicted by a Williams County grand jury. Prosecutors say it happened on Dec. 6. The indictment further contends that Whitehead is a sexually violent predator. He has another court date in January.

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