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DEFIANCE CRIME REPORT

The Defi­ance Sheriff’s Office has been kept busy. Early Sat­ur­day morn­ing around 3:24 a.m., on Sny­der Road in Rich­land Town­ship, a north­bound vehi­cle dri­ven by 49 year old Tracy Whet­stone ran off the road and into a ditch, then flipped over. Whet­stone was cited for fail­ure to con­trol. Sat­ur­day morn­ing …

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HENRY COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE BUSY

The Henry County Sheriff’s Depart­ment says that on Sat­ur­day morn­ing around 7:25 a.m., on US.6. in Har­ri­son Town­ship, a north­bound vehi­cle dri­ven by 22 year old Chelsea Smith of Napoleon, lost con­trol on an icy bridge and struck a median bar­rier. Dam­age to the vehi­cle was heavy. Also on Sat­ur­day …

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FULTON CONSIDERING OPTIONS TO ADDRESS LANDFILL LEAKS

Ful­ton county com­mis­sion­ers are con­sid­er­ing devel­op­ment of their own waste­water treat­ment plant. The pro­posed new facil­ity would treat 600,000 gal­lons of waste­water a day. Although the plant would treat other liq­uids, it would also tar­get leachate from the old Ful­ton County Land­fill. The land­fill has been closed since 1981, yet …

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DON’T MISS THIS QUILT SHOW

From Tues­day, April 30 through Sun­day, May 5, guests from across the coun­try will gather in Arch­bold for the 37th annual Quilt Show at Sauder Vil­lage. Again this year, the tal­ents of quil­ters from through­out the Mid­west will be cel­e­brated with a dis­play of more than 400 quilts, unique quilt­ing …

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WILLIAMS COUNTY SHERIFF HAS BEEN BUSY

Williams County Sher­iff Steve Towns has released a pre­lim­i­nary sum­mary of activ­ity for the Sheriff’s Office for the first quar­ter of 2013. So far this year, his office has han­dled 862 calls for ser­vice includ­ing: 87 crashes, 42 Domes­tics, 36 Fraud cases, 22 Tele­phone Harass­ments, 29 Traf­fic Com­plaints, 20 Thefts, …

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WILLIAMS COUNTY ISSUES METH BOTTLE WARNING TO DITCH CLEANERS

The Williams County Sheriff’s Depart­ment is warn­ing peo­ple clean­ing up ditches and other areas this spring to be very care­ful to not come in con­tact with any plas­tic bot­tles that may be part of a meth lab. They Sher­iff says these bot­tles could pos­si­bly have a pow­der residue inside, have …

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DIVERSIFIED MACHINE TO SHUT DOWN IN EDON

Pub­lished reports this morn­ing say that Diver­si­fied Machine in Edon is clos­ing it’s doors for good. Accord­ing to the Bryan Times, employ­ees of the Edon plant were told that due to eco­nomic con­di­tions the com­pany is clos­ing the plant in Feb­ru­ary 2014. The first jobs elim­i­nated will be in July, …

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CENTRAL ED BOARD LOOKING FOR SUPERINTENDENT

The search is on at the Cen­tral Local Board of Edu­ca­tion. Ear­lier this week, the board met and announced that the inter­view­ing process has begun for can­di­dates to take over David Bagley’s spot as dis­trict super­in­ten­dent. Bagley will retire as school super­in­ten­dent this sum­mer. No one would spec­u­late on how …

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MAN ACCUSED OF STEALING $300,000 WORTH OF STATE LOTTERY TICKETS

This guy really wanted a win­ning ticket… bad! A man accused of steal­ing more than $300,000 worth of lot­tery tick­ets from his for­mer employer faced a judge Wednes­day. Samer Musa is charged with steal­ing 600 books of lot­tery tick­ets between Jan­u­ary and Novem­ber last year from a con­ve­nience store in …

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BRYAN SCHOOL BOARD PLANS SPECIAL MEETING

A Spe­cial Meet­ing of the Board of Edu­ca­tion of the Bryan City School Dis­trict is planned for Tues­day, April 30th at the Bryan Mid­dle School Com­mons. The meet­ing will begin at 7:00 p.m., and is being sched­uled for the pur­pose of hold­ing a pub­lic dis­cus­sion relat­ing to school dis­trict facil­ity …

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