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Dog Licenses Due

The Ful­ton County Auditor’s Office has sent out a reminder that Jan. 31st is the last day to renew dog tags in that county. License appli­ca­tions sub­mit­ted after Jan. 31 will be sub­ject to a late penalty. Renewals can be processed at the auditor’s office, 152 S. Ful­ton Street, suite …

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Fatal Crash On Icy Auburn Area Road

Indi­ana State Police say a three-vehicle crash Tues­day morn­ing near Auburn on the icy and snow cov­ered County Road 50, claimed the life of a Kendal­lville man. Police say a dump truck, dri­ven by 57-year-old Steven Westrick of Auburn, col­lided with a south­bound semi, dri­ven by 38-year-old Daniel Lee Crow­ell …

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Hicksville Man Killed In Crash

The High­way Patrol says a Hicksville man died in a crash Wednes­day morn­ing on Ohio 49. Police say it hap­pened just after 10 yes­ter­day morn­ing when 45 year old Mark Sin­clair lost con­trol of the vehi­cle, trav­eled off the left side of the road, hit a con­crete retain­ing wall, and …

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B-Rock Blizzard Auction This Saturday

B Rock is hav­ing its 35th annual Bliz­zard auc­tion this Sat­ur­day start­ing at 8am. We’ve held the auc­tion every year at this time to com­mem­o­rate the Bliz­zard of 1978, and each year an orga­ni­za­tion in NW Ohio is a recip­i­ent of the pro­ceeds of the auc­tion. This year, it’s the …

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Bryan Salt Supplies Hit Hard

Bryan Mayor Doug John­son told City Coun­cil on Tues­day that the city has already used the 500 tons of rock salt it had stored for the win­ter. The Bryan Times reports that John­son said the city then ordered another 194 tons, which was fol­lowed by another order for another 73 …

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High Speed Internet Finally To Be A Local Reality

The 21st Cen­tury is clos­ing in fast on Bryan.. Accord­ing to the Bryan Times, cus­tomers of Bryan Munic­i­pal Util­i­ties’ Inter­net ser­vice soon should notice some faster speeds and bet­ter con­nec­tions. A recent upgrade to the util­i­ties’ cur­rent 45 Mbps ded­i­cated cir­cuit to a 500 Mbps eth­er­net cir­cuit sup­plied by Sprint …

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Cold Weather Proclamation Issued By Governor

The cold win­ter weather is back with a vengeance, and it appears as though it’s going to stick around for at least a few more weeks. On Sun­day, in response to the unusu­ally cold tem­per­a­tures, the Gov­er­nor issued a “propane emer­gency” for all of Ohio’s 88 coun­ties. The governor’s dec­la­ra­tion …

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Count The Homeless

A point-in-time home­less count is held locally as well as across Ohio each year. Statewide, there were 12,325 home­less found dur­ing the count, accord­ing to the 2013 Ohio Home­less Report from the Coali­tion on Home­less­ness and hous­ing in Ohio. This year’s point-in-time count here in our region will take place …

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WEATHER WATCHERS SHOULD APPLY

If you’re look­ing for a career change and you are fascinated by the weather, you just might want to talk to the folks at the National Weather Ser­vice. Accord­ing to the Bryan Times, the agency is look­ing for some­body who would like to take over weather obser­va­tion duties for the …

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PAULDING HOSPITAL AWARDED

Pauld­ing County Hos­pi­tal has received a clean finan­cial bill of health by audi­tor of the state Dave Yost’s office. In fact, Pauld­ing County Hospital’s excel­lent record keep­ing has earned it the Audi­tor of State Award. The Audi­tor of State Award is pre­sented to local gov­ern­ments and school dis­tricts upon the …

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