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Dogs Killed In Attack

It appears that charges are pend­ing fol­low­ing a reported dog attack Mon­day after­noon. Two dogs are now dead fol­low­ing the after­noon attack on South Emmett Street in Bryan. The Bryan Times reports that Bryan Police and Williams County Sheriff’s deputies responded to a vicious dog com­plaint Mon­day, when a pit …

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Wauseon Makes Decision On Dogs

Wasuseon is mov­ing for­ward with plans to remove breed-specific lan­guage from the city dog ordi­nance. On Mon­day night, a meet­ing was held in which it was decided that the change would make pit bulls and pit bull mixes no longer deemed vicious — prompt­ing reg­is­tra­tion and insur­ance require­ments — by …

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Accused Sex Offender In Bryan Could Get Life Behind Bars

A Bryan man was indicted Tues­day on charges that could result in a manda­tory term of life in prison with­out parole if he is even­tu­ally found guilty. Richard A. Mojica Jr., is already serv­ing time at the Cor­rec­tions Cen­ter of North­west Ohio. He is fac­ing two charges of first degree …

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Donation Thief Collared

An arrest in Wauseon comes fol­low­ing the theft of Christ­mas Cheer cans from area con­ve­nience stores. The Bryan Times reports that 49 year old Don­ald McLeod of Arch­bold was charged on Tues­day with theft in con­nec­tion with that crime. Accord­ing to the Ful­ton County Sheriff’s Office, McLeod would dis­tract store …

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Bryan Discusses Amtrak Station

Bryan City Coun­cil met on Mon­day, and accord­ing to the Bryan Times, city offi­cials expressed hope that some­one might develop the Amtrak sta­tion at Paige and Lynn streets. In fact, the news­pa­per reports that Bryan Mayor Doug John­son spoke with Amtrak offi­cials about the sta­tion just last week. In the …

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Fulton County Truck Crash Fatal For North Carolina Driver

The Ohio High­way Patrol is con­tin­u­ing to inves­ti­gate a crash that took the life of a truck dri­ver from North Car­olina on the Ohip Turn­pike Mon­day morn­ing. It hap­pened in Ful­ton County when a trac­tor trailer dri­ven by 56 year old Anthony Lilly of Clare­mont, North Car­olina flipped while on …

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CSX Railroad Viaducts Now Better Marked In Defiance

It just got a lit­tle safer for tall vehi­cles to pass through Defi­ance. Low clear­ance at sev­eral CSX Rail­road viaducts are now more clearly marked, due to the place­ment of new-permanant signs on two Defi­ance streets. The new 10-foot high signs are now plainly vis­i­ble on either side of the …

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Edgerton Appoints Treasurer

The Edger­ton Local board of Edu­ca­tion held a spe­cial meet­ing Thurs­day morn­ing to fill the posi­tion of trea­surer. The board approved con­tin­u­ing the shared ser­vice agree­ment with the Edon North­west Board of Edu­ca­tion for the employ­ment of dis­trict trea­surer. At their Dec. 9 meet­ing, the Edon North­west board approved the …

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Mack Stepping Down

Defiance’s assis­tant police chief will step down at the end of next month. The Cres­cent News reports that 52 year old Jeff Mack, a 28-year vet­eran of the city police depart­ment, plans to retire on Jan. 30. Mack said he has sent a let­ter to city offi­cials announc­ing his inten­tion …

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Robbery Reaction’s Swift

Local res­i­dents are express­ing a mix of emo­tions fol­low­ing the sec­ond rob­bery of Gen­Fed Finan­cial Credit Union in less than two months. On Thurs­day, four armed ban­dits robbed the finan­cial insti­tu­tion and left the scene with an undis­closed amount of money. The Pauld­ing County Sheriff’s Office and the FBI con­tinue …

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