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School Drug Testing Considered

Stu­dents in the Wayne Trace School Dis­trict may soon be rou­tinely tested for drugs. The school board on Mon­day evening dis­cussed the mer­its of a drug test­ing pol­icy for junior high/high school student-athletes. Teach­ers, coaches, and admin­is­tra­tors pre­sented infor­ma­tion about how a drug test­ing pro­gram for the 2014–15 school year …

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Escapee Sought

A fugi­tive escaped from the Lenawee County Court Lock-up Tues­day morn­ing, and author­i­ties say he could be in our area. 27-year-old Scott War­ren Hen­ning walked out of the cour­t­house in Adrian around 10:15 yes­ter­day morn­ing, when the lock on a cell mal­func­tioned. Hen­ning was serv­ing 93 days in jail for …

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Drug Raid Nets Two In Defiance

A raid at a Defi­ance home turned up sev­eral meth labs and resulted in the arrests of two peo­ple ear­lier this week. The Defi­ance County Sheriff’s Depart­ment says that on Mon­day, the Multi Area Nar­cotics Task Force searched a home on Defi­ance Cross­ing and found sev­eral one-pot meth labs. 38 …

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Bryan School Board Special Meeting Set For Today

A Spe­cial Meet­ing of the Board of Edu­ca­tion of the Bryan City School Dis­trict is being held today. Accord­ing to the announce­ment of the meet­ing, the pur­pose of today’s meet­ing was to hold a Board plan­ning retreat and any other busi­ness that may be pend­ing. We’ll try to have more …

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Paulding Fair Lists Days Activities

The Pauld­ing County Fair began Mon­day and it runs through Sat­ur­day. Admis­sion is free. Today is senior day at the fair. All seniors age 60 and older are wel­come to com­pli­men­tary refresh­ments start­ing at 8 a.m.. A com­pli­men­tary lunch — sand­wich, salad, fruit, cookie and drink — will be pro­vided …

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Moving Wall Coming To Defiance

The Mov­ing Wall-Vietnam Vet­er­ans Memo­r­ial will be at Defi­ance Col­lege from Thurs­day through Sun­day to mark the 50th anniver­sary of the Viet­nam War. Begin­ning Thurs­day morn­ing at 9, the Wall will have a motor­cy­cle escort, with more than 1,000 motor­cy­clists who plan to take part in the pro­ces­sion. That motor­cy­cle …

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Steuben Man Sentenced In Meth Case

An Angola man learned Mon­day in Steuben County Court, that he will spend six years of a 12 year sen­tence in prison, after enter­ing a guilty plea to Deal­ing Metham­phet­a­mine. 30-year-old Steven Jack­son was arrested last Novem­ber in a meth bust. His guilty plea was part of a plea agree­ment, …

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Blood Drive Thursday

The Amer­i­can Red Cross has announced that the Blood­mo­bile will be in Bryan on Thurs­day from 11 to 5 at the Bryan Knights of Colum­bus on Buf­falo Road. As always, blood dona­tions of all types are needed. The Red Cross says dur­ing the sum­mer months, with folks trav­el­ing and on …

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Special School Board Meeting Set For Tomorrow

Notice has been given that there will be a Spe­cial Meet­ing of the Board of Edu­ca­tion of the Bryan City School Dis­trict. The spe­cial meet­ing will be held tomor­row morn­ing at 9 at the New Era Build­ing. Accord­ing to the announce­ment of the meet­ing, the pur­pose will be to hold …

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First Sauder Lecture This Evening

Sauder Vil­lage in Arch­bold is host­ing a free Agri­cul­tural Lec­ture Series at the Her­itage Inn. The first lec­ture of the sea­son is sched­uled for 7:30 this evening, and is enti­tled “The Dawn of the Golden Age of Agri­cul­ture — Early 20th Cen­tury Farm­ing in the Heart­land.“ The pro­gram is free …

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