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Salt Prices Skyrocketing

With sum­mer pretty much behind us already, and Labor Day now in the rear view mir­ror, thoughts are, whether we want them to or not, turn­ing to the colder months ahead. Some com­mu­ni­ties in our area are now find­ing out that the cost of road salt has sky­rock­eted. For instance, …

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Steuben Commissioners Say Names Will Stay On-Line

Steuben County Com­mis­sion­ers on Tues­day, rejected a request from two county employ­ees who asked that their names be removed from the county web site. It all began when a threat made against a Steuben County judge prompted a review of the county’s pol­icy in July about remov­ing names. After that, …

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Former Councilman Pleads No Contest To Felony Charge

A for­mer Wauseon City Coun­cil­man pleaded no con­test Tues­day to a felony count of theft in office for steal­ing county prop­erty while he was Ful­ton County’s inspec­tor of weights and mea­sures. 62 year old Fred Allen allegedly stole unspec­i­fied “prop­erty or ser­vices” owned by the county. Allen was a mem­ber …

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Pettisville School Meeting Set

The Pet­tisville Local Board of Edu­ca­tion has informed us that they plan to hold a spe­cial meet­ing on Thurs­day morn­ing at 7:30 in the east con­fer­ence room at the school. There will only be one item on the agenda of the early morn­ing meet­ing, and that is the approval of …

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Paulding Court Action

In Pauld­ing County Court, an Oak­wood woman was sen­tenced for OVI. Rose­mary Hall was slapped with a $525 fine and 20 days in jail for the offense. Hall may attend DIP pro­gram in lieu of three jail days. In addi­tion, com­mu­nity con­trol was also ordered, along with 30 hours of …

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Police Seeking Hit And Run Perpetrator

In Mont­pe­lier, police say they are try­ing to locate the dri­ver of a vehi­cle that ran into and injured a man Sat­ur­day morn­ing. The Ohio State High­way Patrol says 50 year old Troy Pres­nell was rid­ing a bicy­cle east on Ohio 107 very early in the morn­ing, when some­body hit …

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Bryan Police Report

A cou­ple of arrests over the hol­i­day week­end by Bryan Police… On Sun­day, police col­lared 18 year old Kyle Finch of Elbar Drive in Bryan, and charged him eith Under­age Con­sum­ing. He was released. Also on Sun­day, pllice arrested 36 year old Rebekah Ellis of E. Wil­son Street in Bryan. …

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Home Schoolers Invited To Sauder

Sauder Vil­lage invites home school fam­i­lies from through­out the region to Home School Appre­ci­a­tion Days — Sep­tem­ber 9–13 and Sep­tem­ber 16–20. Fam­i­lies are encour­aged to call and pre-register to receive dis­counted admis­sion and spe­cial coupons for this great oppor­tu­nity to con­nect your chil­dren to local his­tory. Kim Krieger, PR/Media Rela­tions …

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Auction Raises $$ For Honor Flight

Some money was raised over the week­end in Auburn which will now be used to fly vet­er­ans to Wash­ing­ton DC. A 1964 Chevy Impala SS was put up for bid at Auc­tions Amer­ica on Sun­day. It sold for $26,000, and now that money will be used to help raise funds …

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Sauder Has Lots Of Labor Day Programs Planned

Lots of activ­i­ties are planned for the Labor Day Week­end at Sauder Vil­lage. Many will come to stay at the Inn or Camp­ground, play in the pool, visit unique shops, enjoy great food, and make spe­cial mem­o­ries while vis­it­ing the His­toric Vil­lage. Rec­og­nized as Ohio’s largest living-history vil­lage, the award-winning …

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