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Montpelier Man Arrested On Sex Charges

A Mont­pe­lier man has been indicted on 10 crim­i­nal counts of child sex­ual abuse. 30 year old Randy Kirk­endall is charged with com­mit­ting the crimes against a 6 year old girl between last July and up until ear­lier this month. Among the charges against him, inves­ti­ga­tors say Kirk­endall pho­tographed the …

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Flames Destroy Henry Barn

Flames destroyed a barn in Henry County. The Napoleon Fire Depart­ment was called to the barn fire Wednes­day after­noon just before 5 near Napoleon. Fire crews from Ridgeville Town­ship, Florida, Jew­ell and Mal­inta all pro­vided mutual aid. Hol­gate EMS also assisted. The barn, owned by the Stephen Strange fam­ily, was …

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Cemetary Rates Going Up In Defiance

Defi­ance City Coun­cil met Tues­day and decided to move for­ward with rate increases at River­side Ceme­tery. Coun­cil on Tues­day, approved an ordi­nance amend­ing cur­rent leg­is­la­tion con­cern­ing Riverside’s fee struc­ture. The River­side ordi­nance passed, 6–1, fol­low­ing a third read­ing. Fol­low­ing council’s action Tues­day, rates for con­tigu­ous River­side Ceme­tery grave lots will …

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CCNO Community Corrections May Be Expanding

Com­mu­nity ser­vice is our main goal to include help­ing com­plete projects that rou­tinely get put on the back burner in com­mu­ni­ties,”… That was the state­ment issued by Exec­u­tive Direc­tor Jim Den­nis when describ­ing the two com­mu­nity works pro­grams cur­rently being offered through the Cor­rec­tions Cen­ter of North­west Ohio. While cur­rent …

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Blood Donors Needed

The Amer­i­can Red Cross is ask­ing for more blood donors to help pre­vent a sum­mer short­age. Donors of all blood types are urged to sched­ule an appoint­ment now, espe­cially those with types O neg­a­tive, B neg­a­tive and A neg­a­tive. To encour­age more peo­ple to make time to donate blood before …

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Dairy Days Are Here Again!

Dairy Days is hap­pen­ing right now at his­toric Sauder Vil­lage. The event began yes­ter­day and runs through Sun­day. Dairy Days Cel­e­brates National Dairy Month and the role dairy farm­ing played in the lives of the early pio­neers and the role it plays in our lives today. Sauder Village’s Dairy Days …

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Big Retirement Party Planned

You are invited to a big retire­ment party. The Bryan Times this morn­ing is report­ing that William J Mapes… Bill Mapes to most peo­ple, is retir­ing after 30 years of build­ing houses and edu­cat­ing stu­dents. Mapes is retir­ing as senior car­pen­try instruc­tor at Four County Career Cen­ter, and will be …

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Defiance Courthouse Project Still On Schedule Despite Minor Delays

It’s still on track… The Defi­ance County cour­t­house ren­o­va­tion project is mov­ing for­ward on sched­ule, despite a num­ber of ques­tions raised dur­ing county com­mis­sion­ers’ meet­ing ear­lier this week, and some red tape in secur­ing a tem­po­rary loca­tion for one cour­t­house office. Archi­tects met with com­mis­sion­ers Mon­day for about 90 min­utes …

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Bryan PD Make An Arrest

Bryan Police made an arrest last night around 9:20, when they nabbed 54 year old Ray Ridg­way of 804 Haver Drive, Bryan, and charged him with Dis­or­derly Con­duct and Pos­ses­sion of Mar­i­juana. AFter being processed, Ridg­way was released.

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Smile At The Birdie In Antwerp

Fol­low­ing some recent van­dal­ism, cam­eras have now been installed at the vil­lage park in Antwerp. Antwerp Police say a num­ber of van­dal­ism cases, includ­ing one inci­dent of a razor blade attached to a swing set, have been reported. Those inci­dents lead coun­cil to call for the instal­la­tion of cam­eras in …

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