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Angola Home Invasion

Angola Police say two peo­ple broke into a home wield­ing a BB pis­tol and a knife taped to a three-foot metal club last week­end. The two said they were look­ing for some­one named To Jo and wanted cash for an X Box. The home­owner later said he had no clue …

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Vets Workshop Planned

Ohio Trea­surer Josh Man­del is part­ner­ing with Defi­ance, Ful­ton, Henry and Williams County Vet­eran Ser­vice Offices to pro­vide a finan­cial work­shop for Vet­er­ans. The Smart Money Choices Work­shop will be held Mon­day May 19 from 2:00 p.m. — 5:00 p.m. at Ridgeville Cor­ners Amer­i­can Legion Hall. The Vet­er­ans Smart Money …

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New Williams County Library App Available

A new library app hs been intro­duced at the Williams County Pub­lic Library. Book­Myne™ makes it quick and easy to access the library on the go and on your mobile device. Now, it’s easy to search the library, down­load items, man­age your account, and find sug­gested read­ing instantly with your …

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Fatal Crash In Defiance County

The Ohio State High­way Patrol reports a one-vehicle fatal crash Sun­day morn­ing in Defi­ance County’s Delaware Town­ship. Police say 26 year old Jarad Sharp of Sher­wood, died when he lost con­trols of his vehi­cle on Coy Road at 2:36 a.m. Accord­ing to the police report, Sharp’s vehi­cle trav­eled off the …

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30-Years For Dealing Meth

In case dat­ing back to the fall of 2006, a man was handed a 30 year sen­tence Mon­day in Steuben Supe­rior Court. Mark Allen Voges entered a guilty plea to a Class A felony of Deal­ing in Metham­phet­a­mine last month. At his sen­tenc­ing yes­ter­day, five years was sus­pended and Voges …

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Henry County Court Shorts

From Henry County Com­mon Pleas Court… 40 year old Greg Belcher of Napoleon was placed on com­mu­nity con­trol for five years and ordered to spend 30 days behind bars after he pled guilty to Oper­at­ing a Motor Vehi­cle while Intox­i­cated. 19 year old Chance Roberts of Napoleon pled guilty to …

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6-Years For Burglary

A Hicksville man was sen­tenced Mon­day in Steuben Supe­rior Court to 6 years in prison after he entered a guilty plea to a bur­glary charge. 23-year-old Jason Steck­ley was also placed on pro­ba­tion for two years, after hav­ing two years of his sen­tence sus­pended. Steck­ley will also have to pay …

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Commencement Schedule

Tomor­row is the big day… It’s grad­u­a­tion day for 405 stu­dents at North­west State Com­mu­nity Col­lege. The com­mence­ment cer­e­mony is set to get under­way at 2pm Sat­ur­day, just north of the atrium. The keynote speaker will be Christina Keller, pres­i­dent of CK Tech­nolo­gies. As of now, the pro­gram is sched­uled …

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Hicksville Plant Sale

It’s Moth­ers Day Week­end, and the Hicksville Beau­ti­fi­ca­tion Com­mit­tee is hold­ing the annual Mother’s Day plant sale today until 6 p.m. and tomor­row from 9 a.m.-1 p.m at the Hicksville Town­ship build­ing, right across from the school. Annu­als and peren­ni­als are being sold in flats, indi­vid­ual pots, hang­ing bas­kets and …

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Benefit Concert Saturday

The Bryan Amvets Post 54 will be pre­sent­ing Wounded War­rior Ben­e­fit Con­cert this Sat­ur­day from 8 p.m. until mid­night at the post. There will be live per­for­mances by local musi­cians: Earl P and Fam­ily Tree, Doug Stayner, Brian King, Jeff Mont­gomery, Dude McDon­ald, Aaron Mar­tinez, Debra Keller, Tommy Schilt and …

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