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Clinton Street Bridge Work Continues

Workers will pour the concrete deck on the Clinton Street bridge in Defiance in one continuous 14-hour period, beginning late Friday. Great Lakes Construction Company of Hinckley is the contractor on the project that completely replaces the former two-lane bridge, carrying Ohio 15, 18 and 66 over the Maumee River …

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WC Dems Like Biden

Williams County voters favored Democratic Party presidential frontrunner, Joe Biden by a sizable margin in a straw poll taken during the Williams County Fair. Biden drew 117 votes to 79 for Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders. Local GOP officials say their party isn’t polling because of the President’s high popularity in …

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J And J To Pay In Opioid Suit

Johnson & Johnson reaches an agreement worth more than $20 million with two Ohio counties, becoming the latest company to settle a lawsuit from the first federal trial over the nation’s opioids crisis. The deal comes a little more than a month after an Oklahoma judge ordered the New Brunswick, …

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Cops Looking For Chase Suspect

Officers from Edgerton Police, along with Williams County deputies give chase to a suspect after a failed traffic stop. Several police cars were in pursuit of the green pick-up truck, along Ohio 49, County Road 4.50 County Road D.50 and County Road 3 at a high rate of speed. After …

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No Cause Given In MetalX Blaze

The cause of that big fire at MetalX in Delta on Sept. 16 may never be known, but it doesn’t appear to be foul play. Delta Fire Chief, Scott Smith says the origin of the blaze is accidental but undetermined in nature. The ruling is due to the amount of …

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Local Airports Get Funding

Two area airports are among 16 in Ohio that will receive infrastructure grants from the Federal Aviation Administration. Officials say the FAA will award $986 million in airport infrastructure grants, the fifth allotment of the total $3.1 billion in Airport Improvement Program funding for airports across the United States. That …

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EEE Found In LaGrange Co

A rare mosquito-borne virus that has caused deaths in other states, including Michigan, is found in two horses in LaGrange County. At least two area counties plan to conduct mosquito control spraying. Eastern equine encephalitis virus is primarily transmitted by mosquitoes. People infected with it can develop severe inflammation in …

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Bomb Threat In SC

Steuben County deputies respond to the McDonald’s on North Old 27 in Jamestown Township for a possible bomb threat…phoned in to the restaurant. The place was closed and cleared out. The bomb squad comes in and combs through area…while several roadways were closed off. Nothing was found…and the place opened …

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New Happenings At Industrial Park

There was a groundbreaking at the industrial park in Bryan. S&S Directional Boring…Advanced Rehabilitation Technology…and OBIC will make the move from their current County Road 17 home to a $2.5 million, 48,000-square-foot facility, set to be finished in April. The move will see the three firms’ collective payroll rise from …

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The Supreme Court Is Coming

The Ohio Supreme Court will hold court in Williams County on Oct. 23. Officials say the bench will present official, open-to-the-public arguments on several ongoing cases in the auditorium at Montpelier Schools. The hearings will be attended by upperclassmen from schools across the county, in sessions of 200 per case, …

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