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New TV Channel In Bryan

A new cable chan­nel in Bryan. Bryan Pub­lic Util­i­ties has announced that WGTE is now being car­ried on chan­nel 18 in Bryan. The new chan­nel car­ries arts and crafts shows, along with cook­ing, gar­den­ing, home improve­ment, and travel pro­grams. The Bryan Times reports that the com­mu­ni­ca­tions depart­ment also is adding …

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Liberty Center Talks Calamity Days

Lib­erty Cen­ter Local Board of Edu­ca­tion met on Mon­day night. Items on the table included dis­cus­sion of future con­struc­tion of a pre-K through 12 school, first quar­ter income tax fig­ures, and calamity days. The sub­ject of calamity days was of par­tic­u­lar inter­est due to the extreme amounts of snow we’ve …

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Napoleon Coucil Meets, Discusses Sewers

Napoleon coun­cil met on Mon­day and went over plans to han­dle sewer line repairs, and just who will be held respon­si­ble for the cost of those repairs. Coun­cil directed staff to come-up with a writ­ten pro­ce­dure to address the issue, most likely a fund from a monthly charge on sewer …

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Edgerton Eyes Action Against Homeowners Who Don’t Clear Snow

Edger­ton Vil­lage Coun­cil met Mon­day evening. The meet­ing wasn’t really all that long either accord­ing to the Bryan Times. Vil­lage Admin­is­tra­tor Kevin Brooks told coun­cil that snow removal let­ters have gone out to offend­ing home­own­ers who are not clear­ing their walks. The vil­lage plans to watch that sit­u­a­tion. Plans are …

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Fire Companies Plead: Please Keep Hydrants Clear!!

There’s a lot of snow out there in case you haven’t looked recently. Unfor­tu­nately, we’ve also had a higher than nor­mal num­ber of house fires here in North­west Ohio so far this win­ter. Both are prob­lem­atic, but one we can do some­thing about. Fire­fight­ers say be extra cau­tious with any­thing …

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Bah Humbug Says Lenawee Commissioner

One sher­iff in Michi­gan sent out Christ­mas cards last hol­i­day sea­son, and now he is defend­ing the use of pub­lic money used to do it. Lenawee County Sher­iff Jack Walsh sent Christ­mas cards to employ­ees, vol­un­teers and other law enforce­ment agen­cies last Decem­ber. County com­mis­sion­ers at the time approved the …

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Snowfall Reaching Near Record Level

That’s right, we’ve got­ten a lot of snow so far this win­ter. Now it’s offi­cial… After the area offi­cially received 4.1″ of snow on Mon­day, we now only need 0.8″ to break the all-time snow record. Now, it comes down to this… do we root for a lit­tle more snow …

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More On Bomb Threat

It’s now been learned that a bomb threat that was scrawled on the wall in the Edon North­west Local School build­ing was behind the shut-down of the school Wednes­day after­noon. The Bryan Times reports that police say the threat was dis­cov­ered by a stu­dent around 12:30 Wednes­day. Police were imme­di­ately …

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Defiance DAV Plans Auction

Accord­ing to the Crescent-News, the Defi­ance DAV Chap­ter plans to auc­tion off on its build­ings on March 8th as part of it’s con­tin­u­ing efforts to down­size. The 11 acres behind the build­ings have already been sold, and are planned for farm­land now. The DAV reports that they plan to con­tinue …

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Search On For New Chief

The search has begun for a new fire chief in Defi­ance. A meet­ing is set for Tues­day to dis­cuss replac­ing Dave Schmaltz, the for­mer fire chief who left at the end of Jan­u­ary to take a posi­tion in Bat­tle Creek, Michi­gan. Right now, Assis­tant Fire Chief Tim Bowl­ing is serv­ing …

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