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Bryan PD Report

Bryan Police have been keep­ing busy. They report: 20 year old Nicholas Bishop of Bryan was arrested and charged with con­sum­ing under­age. He was released on his own recog­ni­zance. 19 year old Joshua Cox of Bryan was arrested and charged with two counts of fur­nish­ing alco­hol to a minor. He …

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Police Say Alcohol Involved In Crash

Police say alco­hol is sus­pected to be behind the crash in Put­nam County Thurs­day night which sent an Ottawa man by air ambu­lance to St. Rita’s Med­ical Cen­ter, Lima. The Ohio High­way patrol reports that a vehi­cle dri­ven by 27 year old Gre­gory White Jr was west­bound on U.S. 224 …

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Angola Fire

Flames early Fri­day morn­ing destroyed a home and vehi­cle in Steuben County about 15 min­utes from Angola. Four peo­ple who were in the home at the time the fire broke out, were all able to escape safely. Stephanie Hol­loway and her hus­band, Jason, along with their two chil­dren, 2 year …

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Cub Scout Leader Charged With Theft

A Wauseon woman has been indicted by a Ful­ton County grand jury for con­vert­ing money from a Cub Scout pack to her own use. 42 year old Kathryn Fau­verr was charged fol­low­ing a four week inves­ti­ga­tion by police who say she embezzeled more than $1500 from Cub Scout Pack 8’s …

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The Sheriff Talks

Sher­iff Steve Towns met with the Williams County May­ors’ Asso­ci­a­tion on Wednes­day night. The Sher­iff told the group that con­cealed carry per­mit requests sky­rock­eted in 2013 after the Sandy Hook school shoot­ing and the push for gun-control leg­is­la­tion after­wards. He also told the group that he’s assigned one deputy as …

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Stuck In Germany

Thirty-three peo­ple on Tinora High School’s spring break trip to Ger­many have had their flight can­celled due to a work­ers’ strike in Ger­many. Accord­ing to the Cres­cent News, the group will remain stranded in Frank­fort for an extra day after hun­dreds of flights sched­uled at Ger­man air­ports were can­celled when …

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Paulding Road Work Set To Kick Off

Dri­vers in Pauld­ing County will soon see road crews out there, who will be doing mea­sur­ing and mak­ing plans for the 16 miles of resur­fac­ing work that will get under­way later this year. It’s going to be a pricey job, with an esti­mated price tag of $1.1 mil­lion. The county …

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Nester Honored

Joe Nester, owner/consultant with Nester Ag Man­age­ment at Bryan, has been named the 2014 Cer­ti­fied Crop Advi­sor of the Year. The award, spon­sored by DuPont Pio­neer, rec­og­nizes indi­vid­u­als who deliver excep­tional cus­tomer ser­vice for farmer clients in the areas of nutri­ent man­age­ment, soil and water man­age­ment, inte­grated pest man­age­ment and …

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Blood Drive Monday

There will be an Amer­i­can Red Cross blood drive in Henry County at the Lib­erty Cen­ter High School from 1–7 p.m. on Mon­day. The com­mu­nity drive is open to the pub­lic. To sched­ule an appoint­ment, call 800-RED-Cross.

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Quadco News

The board of direc­tors of Quadco met in a plan­ning ses­sion on Tues­day and dis­cussed the empha­sis being placed on com­mu­nity employ­ment and inte­gra­tion for indi­vid­u­als with dis­abil­i­ties across the coun­try and in the state of Ohio. The board learned that deci­sions by the Depart­ment of Jus­tice and Cen­ters for …

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