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Tax Levy Questions To Appear On Defiance County Ballots

In Defi­ance County, vot­ers in four town­ships will see requests on their bal­lots for new taxes. Two will be for fire/EMS ser­vice and two oth­ers will look for money for road and bridge main­te­nance. Defi­ance and Mil­ford town­ships need the money for fire/EMS ser­vice con­tracts with other polit­i­cal sub­di­vi­sions while …

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Wauseon Mayor Calls It Quits

The long­time Mayor of Wauseon, Doug Shaw, says he plans to retire in Novem­ber. Shaw made the announce­ment that he was step­ping down dur­ing a Mon­day evening meet­ing of the Wauseon City Coun­cil. Shaw’s cur­rent term of office began Jan. 1, 2012, and, had he stayed till the end of …

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NSCC Holding Entrepreneurship Forum

If you have ever dreamed of own­ing your own busi­ness or turn­ing an idea into a prod­uct, the upcom­ing Entre­pre­neur­ship Forum at North­west State Com­mu­nity Col­lege may be the launch­ing pad you are look­ing for. Atten­dees will have five min­utes to present their ideas to a panel of entre­pre­neur­ship experts …

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Absentee Ballots Now Available In Williams County

The Williams County Board Of Elec­tions has asked us to tell you that absen­tee bal­lots are now avail­able at the Board of Elec­tions Office, for the Novem­ber 4th Gen­eral Elec­tion. Reg­is­tered vot­ers who want to vote by absen­tee bal­lot by mail, must make their appli­ca­tion prior to the dead­line of …

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Bryan Officials Invest In The Future

Bryan city offi­cials made a large invest­ment toward cre­at­ing jobs in Williams County Mon­day night. At a spe­cial joint meet­ing, the Bryan Board of Pub­lic Affairs and City Coun­cil approved pur­chas­ing approx­i­mately 80 acres to develop a sec­ond indus­trial park in the city of Bryan. The prop­erty for the new …

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Fulton County Planning Blitz

The Ful­ton County Sheriff’s Depart­ment will be con­duct­ing a high vis­i­bil­ity traf­fic blitz that will begin this Fri­day and end Oct. 26. The sheriff’s office will be work­ing this blitz in cor­re­spon­dence with the Wauseon, Arch­bold and Delta high school home­com­ing foot­ball games and dances, with deputies on the look­out …

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Williams County Fair Elections To Be Held Saturday

The Williams County Agri­cul­tural Soci­ety has announced that the Fair Board is hold­ing its annual elec­tions from 1–7 p.m. this Sat­ur­day at the fair­grounds in Mont­pe­lier. Fair Board elec­tions nor­mally are held the Mon­day of the fair. This year how­ever, the elec­tions were delayed due to an admin­is­tra­tive mix-up accord­ing …

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Bryan Police Want To Talk To Crash Witness

Bryan Police are putting out the word that they han­dled a non-injury crash on Mon­day between 5:30 PM and 5:45 PM at S. Wal­nut St. and E. High St. Now, Bryan Police are look­ing for any wit­nesses who might have observed that crash. If you were in that area, and …

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BMU Celebrating Public Power Week

Bryan Munic­i­pal Util­i­ties is cel­e­brat­ing Pub­lic Power Week, Oct. 5–11, along with more than 2,000 other community-owned elec­tric util­i­ties across the U.S. that pro­vide elec­tric­ity on a not-for-profit basis. As part of the cel­e­bra­tion of Pub­lic Power Week, Bryan Munic­i­pal Util­i­ties is invit­ing com­mu­nity mem­bers to attend an open house …

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Paulding Getting Grant Money For Traffic Safety

Some money for some local law enforce­ment efforts… The Ohio Depart­ment of Pub­lic Safety’s Traf­fic Safety Office has awarded $26,417 in fed­eral traf­fic safety fund­ing to the Pauld­ing County Sheriff’s Office. The Sheriff’s Office plans to put the money to use to fund sev­eral blitz cam­paigns, includ­ing their par­tic­i­pa­tion in …

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