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WEATHER AFFECTED BUSINESS

Some area busi­nesses say the Level Three snow emer­gency that was declared for Mon­day and Tues­day in most of our area did more than clear the roads, they say it cleared out their stores, and also their cash reg­is­ters. Many area busi­nesses say they that they will feel the eco­nomic …

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AYERSVILLE MEETING TODAY

This reminder… The Ayersville Local Board of Education’s orga­ni­za­tional and spe­cial board meet­ing that had orig­i­nally been sched­uled for Tues­day, has been resched­uled for 5 this after­noon in the high school library. The reg­u­lar meet­ing for Jan. 20 is still on as orig­i­nally scheduled.

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LATEST FROM ODOT

Over 100 ODOT crews through­out our area con­tinue to plow state and fed­eral roads. As winds con­tinue to gust, crews are report­ing drift­ing on some routes, espe­cially in rural areas. ODOT says Dri­vers should take cau­tion and be aware of chang­ing con­di­tions on the road­ways. Due to the extreme cold …

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MORE JOBS FOR AUBURN

A scrap metal recy­cling com­pany announced plans Tues­day to open a new facil­ity in Auburn. Met­alX LLC says the new plant will cre­ate as many as 80 new jobs by 2017. The com­pany, which is based in Water­loo, says it will spend $12.4 mil­lion to buy, ren­o­vate and equip a …

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PARKING BAN IN DEFIANCE

The City of Defi­ance has con­tin­ued the snow emer­gency through Wednes­day. City offi­cials are advis­ing motorists to take extreme cau­tion on the road­ways. A park­ing ban in the down­town area is being enacted to help allow crews to clear the streets. Any vehi­cle parked on a des­ig­nated “no-parking” street will …

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WATER NOT FLOWING? CALL BRYAN MUNCIPAL UTILITIES

The severe cold is affect­ing many facets of daily life here in the area, includ­ing sim­ple things like keep­ing warm and hav­ing fresh water. If you live in the city of Bryan and you don’t have any water, yet the pipes inside your house are not frozen, you should call …

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CAREER NIGHT SET

Four County Career Cen­ter will hold a career night open house from 5 to 7:30 p.m. next Mon­day at the cen­ter, which is located at State Routes 66 and 34, just south of Arch­bold. Prospec­tive stu­dents will have an oppor­tu­nity to tour the cam­pus and see the 30 career and …

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90-Year Old Woman Dies From Exposure

On Mon­day, the snow stopped falling, but the wind picked up. 20 mile per hour wind gusts and –30 degree wind chills made travel extremely dan­ger­ous… and deadly. A Wauseon woman has died because of the record cold. Police say 90 year old Vir­ginia McFeters was found dead, face down …

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Lights Out In Auburn

About 6,000 Auburn Elec­tric Util­ity cus­tomers lost power Mon­day night as the tem­per­a­tures dipped to well below zero. The city’s util­ity is fed power by Indi­ana Michi­gan Power, and that feed was bro­ken and the whole city was affected. The the out­age at the Auburn sub­sta­tion occurred at 6:35 p.m. …

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Level Three Emergency Declared

Most areas remain under a level three snow emer­gency. In Defi­ance County, the Sheriff’s Office reports that the level three emer­gency will remain in effect until fur­ther notice, and all county offices are closed today. At a level 3, all road­ways are closed to every­one except emer­gency per­son­nel. No one …

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