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BRYAN POLICE REPORT

Bryan Police say they picked up a man on a domes­tic vio­lence charge. 41 year old William Asbury of Oak­wook Avenue in Bryan was arrested and charged with Domes­tic Vio­lence on Wednes­day just before 6pm. Asbury was locked up in CCNO. Bryan Police also report an injury Crash on E. …

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LUCKY LOTTERY WINNER X 2!!

You gotta play to win as they say… Defi­ance res­i­dent Dwight Bowen has, for the sec­ond time within four years, won the $200 mil­lion Extreme Cash game prize of $50,000 a year for 20 years, or $1 mil­lion. The 65 year old Bowen,had a win­ning ticket in the Ohio Lottery’s …

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CHALK AT CENTER OF SUIT IN DEFIANCE

Legal mat­ters dom­i­nated the Defi­ance City Coun­cil meet­ing Tues­day night, includ­ing an Amer­i­can Civil Lib­er­ties Union (ACLU) law­suit filed against the city Tues­day in fed­eral court in Toledo. Coun­cil learned that City Hall will be reim­bursed for funds spent defend­ing two health­care law­suits and dis­cussed a deci­sion made last week …

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PAULDING EMA PLANS

Enhanced county-wide par­tic­i­pa­tion dur­ing emer­gency exer­cises was the main topic of dis­cus­sion dur­ing the orga­ni­za­tional meet­ing of the new Pauld­ing County Emer­gency Man­age­ment Agency (EMA) advi­sory coun­cil. The meet­ing was held Mon­day at the OSU Exten­sion build­ing, with the pur­pose of orga­niz­ing the advi­sory coun­cil. The coun­cil is to advise …

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DEFIANCE BRIDGE IN NEED OF REPLACEMENT

Accord­ing to state offi­cials, the Clin­ton Street Bridge in Defi­ance is ten­ta­tively sched­uled for replace­ment within the next six years, though Ohio offi­cials say it remains safe for travel in the mean­time. The state has been keep­ing an eye on the bridge’s box beams for sev­eral years, accord­ing to the …

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QUADCO MEETS

Quadco Reha­bil­i­ta­tion Cen­ter (QRC) is ready to offer res­i­den­tial ser­vices for peo­ple with dis­abil­i­ties in the area. At the monthly meet­ing of the Quadco joint Admin­is­tra­tive and Non-Profit boards, board mem­bers were told that adding res­i­den­tial ser­vices is one way that QRC can offer an enhanced list of ser­vices to …

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Edon Declares War On Drugs

Edon could be the next local com­mu­nity, fol­low­ing the lead of Bryan and Mont­pe­lier, to place a pro­hi­bi­tion on the sale and dis­tri­b­u­tion of syn­thetic mar­i­juana and other drugs. Vil­lage coun­cil mem­bers voted at their meet­ing Mon­day evening to have the Vil­lage Solic­i­tor draw up an ordi­nance which they will …

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Edgerton Energy Program Tossed About

The Edger­ton Vil­lage Coun­cil on Mon­day night, moved toward par­tic­i­pat­ing in a village-wide energy effi­ciency pro­gram. Accord­ing to the Bryan Times, Coun­cil Pres­i­dent Trevor Weaver met with a rep­re­sen­ta­tive from Effi­ciency Smart (ES), the non­profit pro­gram pre­sented to coun­cil at its last meet­ing. That’s a ser­vice of Amer­i­can Munic­i­pal Power …

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Henry Humane Society In Jeopardy

The Henry County Humane Soci­ety is expe­ri­enc­ing a severe finan­cial cri­sis, and peo­ple there say they could be on the verge of clos­ing their doors for­ever. The shel­ter is seek­ing mon­e­tary assis­tance by send­ing requests to more than 600 area busi­nesses. Oper­a­tions man­ager Diana Riefers says the humane soci­ety in …

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More On Adrian Stabbing

A sol­dier charged with stran­gling a man and stab­bing another is fac­ing a key hear­ing in a south­east­ern Michi­gan court. A judge must decide whether there’s enough evi­dence to send 31-year-old Brian Gogue to trial on charges of mur­der and attempted mur­der. Joel Krutsch of Adrian was killed Oct. 5 …

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