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It’s time to head to Hicksville for the Defiance County Fair. The 142nd addition begins on Saturday. They say there will be some changes to the fair this year. Rides will not open until 1 p.m. Sunday, and there will be some new midway entertainment, including an exotic petting zoo …

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Frisbie To Be Remembered

Mick Frisbie, the Williams County deputy who died earlier this year, will be honored on Saturday during Stryker’s Heritage Day festivities. A 5K memorial run that will start off the day is set up at Jagger Cone on Ellis St. Frisbie will also posthumously receive the Good Neighbor Award from …

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Butt Receives Punishment

Kaycee Butt of Hilliard, pleads no contest to petty theft in a Defiance County courtroom. She was given a suspended six-month jail sentence at Stryker, and ordered to make $3,635 restitution to Defiance College within six months. Butt was accused of stealing money from the college in 2018, while serving …

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Drunken Crash Near 75A

Indiana Conservation Officers are investigating an off-road vehicle accident in the area of CR 75A in DeKalb County. Officials say Jeffery Lepper of Saint Joe, was on a four wheeler…when he leaves the roadway, hitting a fence, then a tree. The vehicle then rolls, pinning Lepper underneath. He was treated …

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One Suspect Loose After Robbery

Charges are pending against two people after an armed robbery at an Angola gas station turns into a car chase. One officer was near the location. He saw a black vehicle…believed to be connected to the robbery investigation, leaving the area. The two men inside refused to pull over, starting …

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A Big Chase Ends In Arrest

A McClure man is brought in after a chase with police that lasts more than an hour…through four counties. Henry County deputies tried to pull over William Roth on eastbound 6, west of Damascus Township, for speeding. The pursuit goes through through Henry, Wood, Lucas and Fulton counties before returning …

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Brackman Faces Charges

Kyle Brackman of Delta is now behind bars for having conversations of a sexual nature online with an Iowa teenager in recent months. He waived a detention hearing.

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Lights Out In New Haven

Power is cut to hundreds in New Haven after a vehicle hits some utility poles along Lincoln Highway West, near Hartzell Road. The stretch was closed to traffic while crews worked to repair the poles. New Haven High School and New Haven Middle School, as well as the East Allen …

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Woeful Ag Numbers

Production of corn and soybeans is projected to fall from last year, while maturation lags behind and will likely lead to a late harvest in Ohio. The Department of Agriculture says corn is forecast at 13.9 billion bushels, down 4 percent. Soybeans are seeing a bigger drop.

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