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Injury Accident On 20

An Edon man is hurt after a head-on crash between a pickup truck and a semi on U.S. 20 in Steuben County. Franklin Figgins of Edon tried to pass a vehicle. then left the south side of the highway…across the center line…head on into another vehicle. Figgins was flown to …

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Robbery Suspects In Custody

Two Defiance men, identified as persons of interest in a robbery last month at Keck’s Market, on S. Jefferson Ave. are arrested. Adam Bryant was picked up after a traffic stop in town. He was taken to the lockup in Stryker. Ryan Druhot turned himself in to the police on …

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Body Still Unidentified

The Lucas County coroner can’t identify a man’s body found floating near the Cecil Bridge in Paulding County on May 24, south of Sherwood. The body is said to be a white male, five-foot, four inches tall and weighing about 150 pounds. The investigation continues.

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Schafer To Assume Post

Bryan City Schools has its new treasurer. Kevin Schafer will take over. This comes after Rob Rosswurm announced in April that he will retire from the post. A recommendation for approval of Schafer’s hire will officially be brought before the Bryan City School Board on June 17, at its monthly …

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Tornado Help On The Way

The state will provide $500,000 to help workers who lost their jobs as a result of tornadoes that hit in Montgomery County. Ohio’s Department of Jobs and Family Services says the money will fund employment and work support services. County officials estimate last month’s tornadoes affected more than 200 businesses. …

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Injury Accident In Henry Co

Four people are hurt in a two-car crash in Henry County. Investigators say Jack Higgins was eastbound on Ohio 34, stopped at the U.S. 6 intersection…and then pulled into the path of a westbound vehicle, driven by Gregory Michael. Higgins and his passenger, Ashton Borgelt were taken to the University …

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House Fire Extinguished in Edgerton

Edgerton Fire puts out a blaze at a home on E. Lynn St. A man and 3-year-old child both got out okay. The cause of the fire is still under investigation. Officials tell reporters the fire started with a mattress on the second floor and is not believed to be …

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Culver Case Update

David Culver, the Florida man accused of trying to hire a hitman in Bryan to kill a social worker, pleads not guilty in federal court. Culver has family in Bryan. The targeted social worker was involved in an investigation that resulted in Culver being separated from his children. He is …

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Bartley Case Shelved

The reckless homicide case against Alexandria Bartley of Van Wert, is dismissed in Paulding County. In June 2017, Scott Bunnell and Bartley were both driving on Ohio 49, south of Paulding County Road 230 in Carryall Township, when their vehicles collided. Bunnell was later pronounced dead. Investigators were unable to …

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Fair Winds, Jim

After 45 years in education, the past 23 serving as superintendent of Northeastern Local Schools, Jim Roach has announced his retirement. He has held several other posts in the region during his career. He steps down in December.

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