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Clinton St Bridge Update

Slowly, the outlines of Defiance’s new Clinton Street bridge are emerging. The concrete columns that will support the new structure, being built by Great Lakes Construction Co. of Medina County, have gone up in recent weeks, and are visible from Fort Street and elsewhere. But what may get more attention …

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IN Lawsuit Emerges

A former contract worker has filed a lawsuit claiming she was retaliated against by the leader of the Indiana National Guard after she reported concerns about his affair with a subordinate. Shari McLaughlin filed in Marion County Superior Court against Major General Courtney Carr, Adjutant General of the Indiana National …

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Shooting In NH Ends In Arrest

A New Haven man is charged with shooting his ex-wife during an argument over the welfare of their child at a mobile home park on Moeller Road. Raul Espinosa faces attempted urder and more in the shooting of Michelle Malone. Officers arrived and found Malone in a neighbor’s yard, suffering …

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Brandon Comes Home

Funeral services for Army Pfc. Brandon Kreischer are announced. The Stryker native, died last Monday after a firefight in southern Afghanistan. Another soldier died in the gunfire exchange. There will be a processional at 4:40 p.m. today from Toledo Express Airport. The route begins west on U.S. Route 20A through …

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Landmark Land Case In IN

A northwestern Indiana landlord wants the U.S. Supreme Court to wade into his dispute with the city of Hammond and overturn a city order directing him to remove five apartments that he’s leased to tenants in what was once a single-family home. Jose Andrade, who argues that Hammond’s order violates …

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Burke Case Continues

It was an emotional day of testimony as the jury heard from several student-athletes about actions of a former coach who made them feel uncomfortable. The trial of Randy Burke entered its second day in a Henry County courtroom. Burke faces several charges of gross sexual imposition…involving girls who were …

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New Leadership In Swanton

Swanton officials announce the appointment of a new Deputy Fire Chief who will assume the role of Fire Chief later this year. Mayor Ann Roth picked Anthony Schaffer as the new Deputy Chief, effective Aug. 11. Schaffer will assume the role of Fire Chief effective Dec. 1

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DeWine Wants Results

Governor, DeWine bucks his party to call for expanded gun laws. A racist screed remained the focus of police investigating the massacre at a Walmart store in El Paso, Texas, while the FBI opened an investigation into the mass shooting in Dayton, citing the gunman’s interest in violent ideology. The …

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New Traffic Funds For IN Cops

Dozens of Indiana police departments are getting a combined $380,000 to boost traffic enforcement at school bus stops and help impose new penalties for motorists who put children in danger by driving past them when stopped. The funding from the Indiana Criminal Justice Institute comes as children are heading back …

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Burke Trial Underway

Randy Burke…the former Napoleon High School coach and teacher charged with sexual imposition…has his case begin this week Jury selection in the trial is now finished. It consists of 10 women and four men. Two of the 14 are alternates. Three witnesses, two former athletics directors at Napoleon High School …

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