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Father Beaver Case Update

Williams County prosecutors announce they have closed the investigation involving a sex offense by Father Nelson Beaver over 25 years ago at Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Montpelier. The investigation was closed at the request of the alleged victim, now an adult. Beaver was a priest of the Diocese of …

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Police Want Driver

A high-speed joyride out of Indiana, ends north of Edon…the driver remains at large. Williams County deputies responded to an agency assist request from Steuben County for a police pursuit on Metz Road. The driver crashes on County Road 1.50, where Metz Road turns into County Road M.75.. They say …

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Child Porn Bust

A DeKalb County man is arrested on drug and child pornography charges after an investigation by Indiana State Police. It began Wednesday, when a laptop was dropped off at a computer repair business with images of child pornography. According to police, the laptop contained between 5,000 and 7,000 child porn …

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Body Found In WC

Williams County deputies find the body of Anthony Wyse in the St. Joseph River, near McKarns Lake. Wyse, of Montpelier, was last seen leaving work, last Monday. Eight-and-a-half hours later, deputies found his vehicle in the lake’s upper parking lot while responding to a 911 call. The lake itself was …

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Injury Accident In DKC

Police in DeKalb County are investigating a crash that leaves three people hurt on IN-8, near County Road 7. Officials say a man driving a pickup truck was heading east on 8 when he crossed the centerline. The pickup truck then hit a car heading the other way. That vehicle …

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Wire Fire In Angola

Electric wiring in the basement is thought the likely cause of a fire north of Angola, on North State Road 127. First units on the scene found the two-story residence with heavy fire showing from both floors. Crews quickly knocked down the flames. Officials tell reporters it started in the …

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BSC Makes Buy

A mile-and-a-half strip of riverbed is now owned by the Black Swamp Conservancy for protection and long-term enjoyment by northwest Ohioans. The 226 acres, on the Little Auglaize River in Paulding County, is now a wildlife reserve. The Conservancy says it plans to remove invasive species, enhance forested habitat cover …

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Holiday City Wants More Space

The Holiday City Village Council approves a design plan to add an addition to the city building, there. Officials say it will be a few months before the project goes to bid. They add they hope a new structure will be up within a year.

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Vashaw Assumes National Role

Kirk Vashaw, chairman and CEO of Spangler Candy, is elected chairman of the Board of Trustees of the National Confectioners Association. It represents more than 550 member companies in the confectionery industry throughout the country, many of which are small, family-owned businesses. Spangler has been family-owned and operated in Bryan …

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Moves Coming Up For Some Paulding Kids

Action is taken by the Paulding school board on elementary redistricting, that will mean more students in the district will attend Oakwood Elementary School, beginning next year. The board voted 5-0 to change the attendance line that separates elementary students that attend Paulding Elementary School and Oakwood from Ohio 637, …

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