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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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GOV SPEAKS OUT ON PROPANE SHORTAGES

The gov­er­nor has issued a statewide energy emer­gency dec­la­ra­tion in order to expe­dite ship­ments of propane and help ease tight propane gas sup­plies which have been brought on by the extreme cold weather. Now, the gov­er­nor is also ask­ing the fed­eral gov­ern­ment to take sim­i­lar steps so that propane gas …

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HENRY REPORTS 162 SICKENED WITH FLU

The Henry County Depart­ment of Health reports that 162 cases of influenza have been reported to the depart­ment, along with sev­eral hos­pi­tal­iza­tions and one flu death so far this year in Henry County. The depart­ment goes on to state that, while it seems high and any death related to the …

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NAPOLEON HOSTS PANCAKE BREAKFAST

The Napoleon Fire Depart­ment will be hold­ing a pan­cake break­fast on Feb. 9 from 7 a.m.-1 p.m. at the depart­ment. Items to be served will include pan­cakes, scram­bled eggs, sausage links and pat­ties, toast and bev­er­ages. The break­fast will be for a free-will dona­tion with pro­ceeds going to improve the …

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Trial for Animal Shelter Owner

The owner of a local animal shelter is headed to trial on charges that she abused the animals entrusted to her care. Vickie Cornell, owner of Skinny Little Buddy’s Animal Shelter of Edon is facing 20 counts of cruelty to animals after more than 50 animals were rescued from her …

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Jail Time in Home Invasion

A Michigan woman has been sentenced to nine months in jail in a home invasion last year where $2 in change was taken. 20-year-old Karlissa Hawkins was sentenced Monday in Hillsdale County Circuit Court in Michigan on one count of attempted second-degree home invasion after pleading guilty. Hawkins also was …

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Register now for the Bryan Chamber Banquet

Registrations are being accepted for the Bryan Area Chamber of Commerce annual banquet which is set for Thursday in the Bryan Middle School gymnasium. From 5-7 p.m. there will be a sampling various dishes provided by local restaurants. The business agenda gets underway at 7 p.m. Registrations may be made …

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