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Heroes In Montpelier

Two people are heroes after getting involved in an area fire. Kent Brown and Jennifer Julius are insurance agents. They were driving on County Road 10, when they see fire erupting from a home, pickup truck and nearby barn. Brown pulls up, gets out of his car and starts pounding …

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Crews Fix Main Break

A water line break in Defiance gets crews to work. It flooded front yards and interrupted service to a number of homes for several hours, but was soon repaired. Officials say a 12-inch cast iron line broke at Ottawa and Karnes avenues. Much of the water receded after city crews …

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Burke Trial Update

A trial date is set Randy Burke…the Napoleon High School teacher and coach accused of sex crimes against students. Burke, 55, of Hamler, had a pretrial hearing in Henry County. He faces six counts of gross sexual imposition, all felonies and more. A jury trial is now scheduled for June …

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Fire In Noble Twp

Crews were called to a house fire. Two local teams and the Noble Township fire department responded to the blaze on Buckskin Road, near Flickinger Road. Officials tell reporters an electrical fire started on the outside of the house. The residents were home but no one was injured. They are …

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Car Crash Into School

No one is hurt after a 17-year-old male student at North Central Local Schools crashes a car into the school’s exterior. The vehicle hit the building near the new high school office, causing minor exterior damage. No citations were issued. Officials say it looks like a mechanical problem led to …

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Local Job Loss

An area employer shuts down. The ArcelorMittal plant, in Pioneer, will close on Oct. 31. Workers at the Kexon Drive facility were informed during meetings on Friday. Company officials say the closing will impact about 50 salaried and hourly employees on two shifts. The plant is owned by ArcelorMittal Tailored …

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Garage Fire Put Out In Bryan

Crews take on a garage fire in Bryan on S. Lynn St. They say the it was fully involved when crews arrived at the scene. The building was unoccupied. Fire teams from Montpelier and Edgerton assisted in the operation. The blaze remains under investigation.

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Johnson Brought In

Detectives with the Indiana State Police located Timothy Johnson, 27, of Garrett, wanted on an active warrant for multiple felony offenses. When detectives conducted a traffic stop, Johnson pulled over and fled on foot into a wooded area, north of State Road 46 near State Road 37. Officers then took …

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Crash Near Leo

Two people are taken to the hospital after a car crashes into an off road vehicle on Hosler Rd, south of Viberg Rd, near Leo. Witnesses told authorities that Richard Clauss of Garrett, was driving an SUV when he lost control. The vehicle then slid sideways into the path of …

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Tickets For BOC On Sale

We reported last week the folks at the Williams County Fair netted a 1970’s rock supergroup as the lead act this year at the fairgrounds. Now, more info. Tickets sales for Blue Oyster Cult starts tomorrow at the fairgrounds ticket office…hours 8 to 1…then you can get online access after …

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