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Henry County Sentencings

Some recent sen­tenc­ings in Henry County Com­mon Pleas Court… Daniel Bet­tis of Hamil­ton, Ohio pled guilty to Impor­tun­ing, and Unlaw­ful Sex­ual Con­duct with a Minor involv­ing ille­gal con­tact with a juve­nile through the inter­net or telecom­mu­ni­ca­tions, to engage in sex­ual activ­ity. Bet­tis was sen­tenced by Judge John Col­lier to a …

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Detour near Auburn

A sec­tion of Indi­ana 8 east of Auburn will be closed for sev­eral days this month for a pipe replace­ment. The road will close between DeKalb County Roads 49 and 51, begin­ning June 10 and through the end of the day June 14, weather per­mit­ting, accord­ing to the Indi­ana Depart­ment …

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Bryan PD Arrests Bryan Man On Bench Warrant

Bryan Police arrested a Byran man yes­ter­day morn­ing. 22 year old Cody Fen­ton of South Main Street in Bryan was arrested on a bench war­rant out of Bryan Munic­i­pal Court for fail­ing to appear at at hear­ing in Bryan. He was taken to Bryan court, and then released.

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Water Issues Need To Be Addressed

Den­nis Miller, from the Maumee Val­ley Plan­ning Orga­ni­za­tion, met with Williams County Com­mis­sion­ers Thurs­day after­noon. Accord­ing to the Bryan Times, there’s a prob­lem that needs some seri­ous atten­tion. Miller said that in 2006 the North­west Water Dis­trict bor­rowed $2.2 mil­lion from the Ohio Water Devel­op­ment Agency to finance a water …

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Latta Stops At Henry

Con­gress­man Bob Latta was in Henry County Thurs­day to visit with con­stituents. Latta said busi­ness reg­u­la­tion is a top issue fac­ing the coun­try right now. out in the real world,” Latta said. Latta also dis­cussed IRS tar­get­ing of con­ser­v­a­tive groups. The con­gress­man said he felt there will be more inves­ti­ga­tions …

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Defiance Trustees Meet

Defi­ance Town­ship trustees, at their recent May meet­ing, dis­cussed res­cue and fire con­tracts with the city of Defi­ance and road projects. The fire con­tract cov­ers ser­vice in the rural sec­tion of the town­ship. Quar­terly pay­ments will total $13,414. The res­cue ser­vice con­tract remains at $30,000 plus insur­ance col­lec­tions. Trustees also …

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Non Profit Deal Shielded

Pro­ceeds of the state’s $1.5 bil­lion liquor deal with a job-creation non­profit would be shielded from pub­lic audit under a late addi­tion to a fast-tracked bill now headed to the governor’s desk. The move is meant to clear up an ongo­ing dis­pute over whether the state audi­tor has the author­ity …

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Fathers Day At The Library

You’re invited to cel­e­brate Father’s Day on June 14 with a make-and-take cup­cake day at the Wauseon Pub­lic Library. Come in between the hours of 10:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. to dec­o­rate your own Father’s Day cup­cake. The event is free and open to the pub­lic. For more infor­ma­tion, con­tact library direc­tor …

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Vehicle Slams Into House And Starts Blaze

A vehi­cle slammed into a home in Mal­inta early Wednes­day morn­ing, set­ting fire to the house. The Henry County Sheriff’s Office says it hap­pened just before 1am Wednes­day when 36 year old Jef­fery Lauharn of Toledo lost con­trol of his vehi­cle, hit a pile of mulch, and then slammed into …

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Farm Accident In Putnam

A fatal farm acci­dent occured Wednes­day after­noon in Put­nam County. 84 year old Harold Barn­hart of Cloverdale was pro­nounced dead by Put­nam County Coro­ner Dr. Anna Horstman after offi­cials say Barn­hart was work­ing with a planter in a field near his home when it fell on him. He was found …

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