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Tax Decision Up To The Voters In Bryan

Deci­sion day is just around the cor­ner, and next Tues­day will be a big day for the peo­ple of Bryan. On Tues­day, vot­ers will decide whether to renew Bryan’s expir­ing 1/2 per­cent income tax, which funds street and sewer main­te­nance and improve­ments and the Police and Fire Com­plex. The Bryan …

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Resignation In Defiance

A res­ig­na­tion from the Defi­ance city coun­cil… 76 year old Ward II rep­re­sen­ta­tive Larry Bryant sub­mit­ted his let­ter of res­ig­na­tion this week, stat­ing that he was step­ping down due to his age and some health issues. Bryant has been on the coun­cil since 2008, and he was re-elected to a …

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Rape Allegation Made At Paulding Exempted Board Meeting

Accu­sa­tions of rape were lev­eled at a meet­ing this week of the Pauld­ing Exempted Vil­lage Board of Edu­ca­tion. Barry Vance of Pauld­ing asked the Board of Edu­ca­tion to remove a rock placed in honor of a for­mer Pauld­ing Mid­dle School teacher from school prop­erty. Vance told the board that when …

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Man Arrested For Driving After Lifetime Ban

Angola Police arrested a LaGrange man for dri­ving a car after his license had been sus­pended for life. 36-year-old Leroy Titus III was pulled over after an offi­cer noticed he had plates which expired last Decem­ber. Titus told the offi­cer that the vehi­cle was not his and he did not …

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New School Going To The Voters

If it is approved on the bal­lot, another Williams County dis­trict will have a new school. The Bryan Times reports that North Cen­tral Local Schools is ask­ing vot­ers to approve a 1.4-mill levy for 37 years to pay for a new high school that would con­nect to the junior high …

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Bryan Power Outage

About 300 Bryan Munic­i­pal Util­i­ties cus­tomers lost power Tues­day evening. Bryan Munic­pal Util­i­ties reports that at about 7:30 last evening, power was lost on the main feeder out of the Daggett sub­sta­tion. Two elec­tric crews were called to make the repair. They found a bad insu­la­tor on County Road 16 …

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Get Ready For The Farmers Market

It must finally be spring! Well, almost… The 2014 Farm­ers Mar­ket sea­son will open on May 22 on the north side of the cour­t­house square in Bryan. This year’s mar­ket will run until dusk and resume again at 7 a.m. Tues­day morn­ing, May 27, and run till noon. The mar­ket …

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Student Driver And Instructor Killed In Crash

A stu­dent dri­ver and his instruc­tor ran a stop sign at an inter­sec­tion on Mon­day near Water­ville, and were hit by a mini­van. Both were killed in the crash. Police say the car made no attempt what­so­ever to stop, and was knocked off the road, then flipped over, and landed …

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Steuben County Fatalities

A man from Orland, Indi­ana is now dead after being injured Fri­day night in a Steuben County traf­fic acci­dent. 29-year-old Jeremy Maguire was flown to Parkview Regional Med­ical Cen­ter, where he later died. The Steuben County Sher­iffs Depart­ment says Maguire’s pickup truck went off of County Road 550 West near …

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Gas pains!

Gas prices are creep­ing closer to $4 a gal­lon, just as the sum­mer dri­ving sea­son is approach­ing. There was another spike of about 25 cents a gal­lon Tues­day. Prices in the Angola area hit $3.89 a gal­lon. Gas yes­ter­day was a slight bit cheaper in Ohio. Sta­tions in Edon and …

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