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Epinephrine Bill Discussed

A fed­eral Con­gres­sional bill is in the works to offer finan­cial incen­tives to states to stock­pile epi­neph­rine at schools. Epi­neph­rine is used for severe aller­gic reac­tions to food aller­gies and insect bites — the type of reac­tion that can cause death in an aller­gic per­son. Epi­neph­rine is given to the …

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BRYAN PD

Bryan Police say that on Sun­day, they arrested 25 year old Kyle I. Fields of 1120 Buf­falo Rd, Bryan. Police say Fields was stopped after run­ning through a stop sign. He was then arrested for OVI, and then released.

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MAN DEAD AFTER CRASH

A Hav­i­land man is dead after being involved in a one-vehicle crash Thurs­day. The Ohio High­way Patrol says 63 year old Tim­o­thy Palte died Fri­day of injuries he received in the craxh on Ohio 613 near Pauld­ing County Road 95 last Thurs­day after­noon around 5 o’clock. Police say Palte’s vehi­cle …

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CLOVERDALE CLEANUP CONTINUES

Peo­ple have turned out in droves to help those in Cloverdale who are try­ing to recover from the dev­as­ta­tion of the recent tor­na­dos that hit there. Due to an over­whelm­ing response from peo­ple will­ing to donate cloth­ing, offi­cials in Cloverdale are ask­ing that no more items be brought in at …

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HENRY SELLING ORNAMENTS

The Henry County Chamber’s annual Christ­mas orna­ment is now avail­able. This year’s orna­ment fea­tures the Trail Drive-In. The orna­ment is mist blue in color with black and gold let­ter­ing and design. Each orna­ment is $9. There is only a lim­ited amount of orna­ments avail­able for pur­chase and in recent years, …

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COUNTIES REACH DEAL ON INMATE HOUSING

A $250,000 pris­oner hous­ing agree­ment between Pauld­ing and Put­nam coun­ties has been signed with both coun­ties ben­e­fit­ting. Under the mem­o­ran­dum of under­stand­ing between the two coun­ties, Pauld­ing County will pay Put­nam County $250,000 annu­ally through Dec. 31, 2015, to house pris­on­ers as long as Pauld­ing County’s jail doesn’t reopen. Pauld­ing …

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OLD TYME GATHERING

The sev­enth annual Olde Tyme Gath­er­ing returns to Mont­pe­lier tomor­row. The main event is the parade which will be held at 6 p.m. A crafts and gift show will be at the school audi­te­ria from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Author Bobbi Schlosser will be sign­ing her book, “Pil­grim,” at …

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OOPS! TIME FOR A RECOUNT

Oops.. false alarm. A mis­take in count­ing some early votes in Defi­ance County has over­turned the out­come of Defi­ance City Hall’s 0.3-percent income tax request. On Elec­tion Day the count was 1,430 votes for the tax and 1,445 against. How­ever, the final cer­ti­fied tally made Wednes­day by the county’s board …

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CLOVERDALE RECOVERING SLOWLY

Some elec­tric­ity has been restored and most roads have been reopened fol­low­ing that tor­nado that dev­as­tated much of the vil­lage of Cloverdale and sur­round­ing areas. Put­nam County offi­cials say elec­tric­ity has been restored to the vil­lage of Cloverdale, although many res­i­dences are still with­out elec­tric­ity due to the extent of …

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ANOTHER SUIT FILED AGAINST HENRY COMMISSIONERS

A Napoleon busi­ness­man has now filed a sec­ond law­suit in Defi­ance County Court against Henry County com­mis­sion­ers and oth­ers. Dou­glas Pelmear and his com­pany, HP2G, LLC, in Napoleon, is seek­ing judg­ment against Henry County’s three com­mis­sion­ers and oth­ers. The suit is sim­i­lar to one filed ear­lier this month in com­mon …

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