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MOTORCYCLE CRASH INJURES TWO

Two motor­cy­cle dri­vers were taken to hos­pi­tals with injuries after a motor­cy­cle crash in Henry County. It hap­pened on State Route 109 near Cherry Street in Lib­erty Cen­ter. The police report says two motor­cy­cles were involved. Inves­ti­ga­tors say it appears that one biker rear-ended the other, caus­ing the first motor­cy­cle …

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MULTI-COUNTY DRUG BUST

Arrests and prop­erty seizures resulted from a big drug sweep through the area. More than $1 Mil­lion worth of mar­i­juana plants were seized by area law enforce­ment offi­cers through­out a five county area includ­ing Williams, Ful­ton, Henry, Put­nam, and Defi­ance coun­ties last week. The total was actu­ally 1,176 pot plants …

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WATER SAFE AGAIN IN PAULDING

You may already know, but if not… that boil advi­sory for water in the vil­lage of Pauld­ing has been lifted. The vil­lage util­i­ties depart­ment reports that water in the dis­tri­b­u­tion sys­tem has been tested and is safe to use for drink­ing and cook­ing with­out hav­ing to boil it. Pauld­ing had …

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DANGEROUS INTERSECTIONS GETTING A CLOSER LOOK

Pauld­ing County com­mis­sion­ers are tak­ing a seri­ous look at some dan­ger­ous inter­sec­tions along U.S. 24. Com­mis­sion­ers have met with other agen­cies to dis­cuss the inter­sec­tions at length in order to get to the bot­tom of what may be the cause of the many acci­dents where county roads cross the high­way. …

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CAR HITS TROOPER

A two car crash resulted in injures to an Ohio State High­way Patrol trooper Sun­day after­noon. The High­way Patrol reports that it hap­pened on State Route 576 at County Road R just after 3:00 PM yes­ter­day. 25 year old Nathan Rios of Angola was west­bound on County Road R when …

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GAS STATION ROBBERY

A Mont­pe­lier gas sta­tion was robbed Wednes­day night and police are look­ing for the man who did it. Mont­pe­lier Police say a white male entered the Valero Main Stop just past 10pm on Wednes­day, grabbed a sta­tion employee and made off with cash and three car­tons of cig­a­rettes. Accord­ing to …

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STRYKER HOMECOMING

Stryker’s annual home­com­ing cel­e­bra­tion is this week­end. It starts tomor­row with break­fast by the Boy Scouts at St. John Lutheran Church between 6 and 10am. That will be fol­lowed by a fun run, a parade, a cruise-in, a bas­ket­ball tour­na­ment, a car wash, golf chip­ping game, arm wrestling, corn­hole, and …

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TORNADO SIRENS OPERATIONAL AGAIN

The vil­lage hall tor­nado siren in Hol­i­day City is oper­a­tional again after being out of ser­vice for about a year. Over time, Mohr Elec­tron­ics has replaced all the com­po­nents of the siren. Accord­ing to the Bryan Times, the cost to get it back in work­ing order, includ­ing parts and labor, …

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WATER CLEARED IN PAULDING

That boil advi­sory for the vil­lage of Pauld­ing has now been lifted. The vil­lage util­i­ties depart­ment reports that water in the dis­tri­b­u­tion sys­tem has been tested and is safe to use for drink­ing and cook­ing with­out hav­ing to boil it any longer. Pauld­ing had been under a boil advi­sory after …

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NAPOLEON TALKING CHANGES IN DISPATCH SERVICE

Dis­patch ser­vices was the big topic of con­ver­sa­tion Wednes­day evening dur­ing a spe­cial meet­ing of the Napoleon City Coun­cil. The mayor told coun­cil that he esti­mates the city could save between a half and three quar­ters of a mil­lion dol­lars over a four year period if it were to con­tract …

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