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An OH Honor For Old Ski Nose

An exhibit, exploring comedian Bob Hope’s major tours and travels during World War II is set to open this month at the National Veterans Memorial and Museum in Ohio. “So Ready for Laughter: The Legacy of Bob Hope” opens Friday and runs through April 17 at the museum in Columbus. …

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Funds Raised In The Blizzard Auction

People in the Bryan area helped raise more than $10,000 for a local non-profit during the 42nd annual Blizzard Auction, on Saturday. Sarah’s Friends, a Bryan-based outreach committed to empowering survivors of domestic violence and other crime in Williams County, posted about fundraiser on Facebook. Each year, the event, which …

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Man Dies In Steuben Co

A Snow Lake man dies after falling through the ice while fishing. Deputies responded to the North Snow Bay area of the lake and found 19-year-old Lance Lennen, unresponsive with a faint pulse. He was taken to an area hospital soon after but was pronounced dead a short time later. …

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A Break In Hicksville Arson Case

A juvenile is arrested for arson following a Hicksville church fire. The suspect was taken to the Northwest Ohio Juvenile Detention Facility, and will appear in a Defiance County courtroom at a later date. The juvenile will face a charge of aggravated arson, with more potentially to be filed, pending …

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Whitman Accused Of Rape

A DeKalb County man is arrested and charged with rape after an investigation by Indiana State Police. Officers began investigating Butler Creative Touch Massage in Butler after a woman accused the business of non-consensual sexual activity when getting a massage in early January. Another woman came forward to police alleging …

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Disabled Person Attacks Officer

A Bryan man with a developmental disability was briefly taken into custody after an assault on a Bryan police officer. Officers got a call to aid a caregiver with an unruly young adult on Glen Arbor Drive. Investigators say that person hit a Bryan patrolman several times with a closed …

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Towns Goes To The Supreme Court

Williams County Sheriff, Steve Towns, files with the Ohio Supreme Court to get his name on the ballot for re-election in the March 17 Republican primary. On Jan. 3, responding to complaints from other candidates on the ballot, citing the Ohio Revised Code section that a candidate cannot run for …

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Road Work Set For Edgerton

The Edgerton Village Council awards a bid for the completion of road and water main work on East and West Hull streets. The project has faced some problems along the way, as the initial engineering by Poggemeyer Design Group underestimated the transportation costs of materials by around $100,000. This resulted …

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Changes In Pioneer

The Pioneer Village Council approves an electric credit and raising the trash fees at its meeting. Village residents will receive a $200 credit on their electric bill. Customers will also see an increase in trash fees. The monthly fee for a single-person household will raise from $6.15 to $10, while …

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Dangerfield Trial Set

Ryan Dangerfield, accused in last year’s stabbing death of Dylan Bible at the Colonial Manor Motel, is now scheduled to stand trial this summer. The five-day proceedings in Williams County is set for June 1. Dangerfield is being held at the Corrections Center of Northwest Ohio on $2 million bond. …

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