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Jobs Remaining In Bryan And New Jobs Coming Too

Job­sO­hio reported Mon­day, that Unique-Chardan Inc. in Bryan will be expand­ing, adding 30 new jobs and retain­ing 52 oth­ers. Unique-Chardan is an advanced auto parts man­u­fac­turer, and was acquired ear­lier this year by Michigan-based Unique Fab­ri­cat­ing. Com­pany offi­cials had been con­sid­er­ing mov­ing oper­a­tions out of Ohio. Instead of relo­cat­ing though, …

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Check Your Water Supply

The Ohio State Uni­ver­sity Exten­sion Ser­vice says we all should take a closer look at our water sup­plies. Accord­ing to the Ohio Depart­ment of Health and the Ohio Envi­ron­men­tal Pro­tec­tion Agency, many peo­ple that live out­side of a rural water dis­trict or vil­lage, must rely on pri­vate wells for drink­ing …

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Shotgun Thieves Identified

The Lenawee County Sheriff’s Depart­ment says that, thanks to tips, two sus­pects have been iden­ti­fied and are cur­rently in police cus­tody in con­nec­tion with the theft of a shot­gun from an Adrian sports store ear­lier this month. Their names have not yet been released, but accord­ing to inves­ti­ga­tors, the two …

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Pig Diarrhea Epidemic Behind Pork Price Increase

An epi­demic diar­rhea virus known as PEDv is rag­ing through hog farms and affect­ing piglets in the United States. Now, some con­sumers are won­der­ing if pork will be avail­able just as the bar­be­cue sea­son begins to heat up. Oth­ers are con­cerned about what it may cost too. The Bryan Times …

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Kids Getting Computers

Soon, all stu­dents at Wauseon High School and Wauseon Mid­dle School will be get­ting com­put­ers. The Wauseon Exempted Vil­lage Board of Edu­ca­tion announced that the dis­trict will launch a one-to-one tech­nol­ogy ini­tia­tive for the 2014–15 school year. The pro­gram, which will par­al­lel sev­eral oth­ers in the area such as in …

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Bryan PD Report

Bryan Police on Fri­day arrested 47 year old Vicki L. Wil­son of Bryan on a bench war­rant for Fail­ing to Appear. The orig­i­nal charge was Dis­or­derly Con­duct. She was taken to CCNO. Also on Fri­day, Bryan PD picked up 46 year old Scott D.Wilson of Bryan on a bench war­rant …

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Hong Kong Murder Case With Local Connection

It’s not often we have a story from Hong Kong that has local rel­e­vance, but this one does. The top court in Hong Kong last week, rejected a final bid for an appeal by a woman from Adrian who was con­victed of drug­ging her wealthy banker hus­band and then bash­ing …

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Recovery Services Gets Accreditation

Recov­ery Ser­vices of North­west Ohio has earned a renewal of its three-year CARF accred­i­ta­tion for all of its loca­tions, pro­grams and ser­vices. The men­tal health and addic­tion ser­vices agency has main­tained CARF accred­i­ta­tion since 2004. Accord­ing to CARF Inter­na­tional, this accred­i­ta­tion rep­re­sents the high­est level of accred­i­ta­tion that can be …

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Work Release May Be A Thing Of The Past Soon

Offi­cials at the Cor­rec­tions Cen­ter of North­west Ohio are giv­ing seri­ous con­sid­er­a­tion to clos­ing the work release pro­gram at the regional jail. At the board meet­ing this week, CCNO Exec­u­tive Direc­tor Jim Den­nis said jail offi­cials have been study­ing the par­tic­i­pa­tion in the work release pro­gram at CCNO for the …

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Barn Fire

Flames tore through a pole barn and destroyed it and all of its con­tents Wednes­day after­noon. A passerby first noticed the flames just before 2 yes­ter­day after­noon at the barn on Ohio 49. By that time, the fire had already begun to destroy a trac­tor that was parked inside. The …

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