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School Threat Non Existent

Classes will be in session as usual at Eastside High School, after the DeKalb County Sheriff’s Department investigated an alleged threat. The department’s School Resource Division received the report. Investigators found that while inappropriate comments were made, there is no threat to the school. The student at the center of …

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Jobs Numbers For Fulton County

The unemployment rate in Fulton County was up slightly during the month of July, according to the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services. The rate increased to 4.2 percent from 3.9 percent in June. Fulton County’s unemployment rate in July 2018 was 5.0 percent. The labor force in the …

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Nuke Plant Battle Update

Opponents, hoping to overturn the financial rescue of Ohio’s nuclear power plants and two coal-fired plants have cleared an initial hurdle to put the issue before voters next year. Ohio’s attorney general certified revised language submitted by Ohioans Against Corporate Bailouts is a fair, truthful summary of the proposal. That …

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EEE In OH

State officials say the Eastern equine encephalitis virus has been found in a horse in Ohio. Ohio Department of Agriculture State Veterinarian, Dr. Tony Forshey says the confirmed case was in Ashtabula County. State officials say there have been no reports of any human cases associated with this latest outbreak …

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Injury Crash In Bryan

A 16-year-old boy is flown to Parkview Regional in Fort Wayne after a crash at Walnut and Wilson streets in Bryan. Officials tell reporters the driver of a vehicle heading south on Walnut, ran a stop sign hitting a motorcyclist. The rider has lower body injuries. The driver of the …

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Wirges Gets 5

A pretrial hearing for Williams County Sheriff, Steve Towns is postponed for two months. Towns is facing four misdemeanor charges in an incident in which he posted around 400 pages of documents related to child abuse cases and other complaints…that Towns alleges chronicles the systematic and investigative failure of county …

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Savings At CCNO

Because of cost-saving efforts by Corrections Center of Northwest Ohio staff over the past nine months, the five member counties of the regional jail will see a reduction in their per diem costs in 2020.

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Lauber Gives Money Handling Courses To Students

Lauber Insurance Group donates Dave Ramsey’s Foundations in Personal Finance curriculum to a trio of local schools. Pettisville, Archbold and Wauseon high schools will receive the material. Ramsey created Foundations in Personal Finance to teach students the value of saving, spending and giving to guide them down the path of …

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In Remembrance

With the Remembering Our Fallen Tribute Towers memorial coming to the Williams County Fair this year, the woman who brought it to here is seeking to have people welcome its arrival on Sept. 6. Gold Star mom Tarry Eicher, who lost her son, Marine Corps Sgt. Michael Hodshire, in Iraq …

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Some Area Roadwork Completed

Good news, motorists. Highway 6, between county roads 20 and 23, is back open…with lane restrictions…after being closed for two weeks…this, to accommodate work to replace two bridges.

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