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MEMORIAL DRIVING REMINDERS

The Ohio State High­way Patrol is remind­ing dri­vers to not get behind the wheel impaired this Memo­r­ial Day week­end. Troop­ers will be work­ing along­side local law enforce­ment offi­cers in an effort to have a week­end free of impaired-fatal crashes. Memo­r­ial Day week­end is tra­di­tion­ally a dan­ger­ous hol­i­day period on Ohio …

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WILLIAMS COUNTY TO PAVE RUNWAYS

The Fed­eral Avi­a­tion Admin­is­tra­tion has a prob­lem with the Williams County Air­port, and it’s just the right kind of prob­lem to have. Air Traf­fic at the Williams County Air­port has more than dou­bled over the last 18 months. Due to the increased usage, the Bryan Times reports that the FAA …

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WEST UNITY ANNOUNCES PLANNED STREET REPAIRS

The vil­lage of West Unity has announced that two street paving projects will begin in June. ODOT will mill and pave U.S. 127, both north and south of the village’s down­town limit. Gerken Paving is the sub­con­trac­tor for that job. In addi­tion, M&M Asphalt, accord­ing to the Bryan Times, will …

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FACEBOOK PAGE AIMS TO OUST COMMISSIONERS

The con­tro­versy con­tin­ues to brew over the Pauld­ing County com­mis­sion­ers’ deci­sion to put daily over­sight of the county Emer­gency Man­age­ment Agency and dog war­den office under the sheriff’s office. Now, it’s being taken to social media. A Face­book page called Recall Pauld­ing Ohio Com­mis­sion­ers has been started. The site had …

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HOW OLD IS YOUR REFRIGERATOR?

Does your refrig­er­a­tor look like some­thing out of the old Jackie Glea­son show? Or maybe I Love Lucy? Well, it doesn’t have to be so old as to be called and ice­box, but if you have an older refrig­er­a­tor, you could just be a win­ner. AEP Ohio is join­ing forces …

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BRYAN PD ARRESTS

Bryan Police made quite a few arrests on Wednes­day. 18 year old Sean Crocker of Bryan, was arrested for Under­age Con­sum­ing. He was released. 19 year old Dustin Swank of Mont­pe­lier, was also arrested for Under­age Con­sum­ing. He too was released. 50 year old Larry McIn­tosh of Bryan, was arrested …

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FREE RX CARDS

As mil­lions of Amer­i­cans strive to deal with the eco­nomic down­turn, loss of jobs, fore­clo­sures, high cost of gas,and the ris­ing cost of pre­scrip­tion drug costs, Amer­i­can Con­sul­tants Rx has announced the re-release of the Amer­i­can Con­sul­tants Rx com­mu­nity ser­vice project which con­sists of mil­lions of free dis­count pre­scrip­tion cards …

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GOOD FOLKS IN BRYAN

Dr. Rick and Char­lene Hess were hon­ored Wednes­day evening when they were named the Bryan Area Foundation’s Good Cit­i­zens of 2013. Rick and Char­lene have been Bryan res­i­dents since 1972 accord­ing to the Bryan Times, when they moved to Bryan with their chil­dren when Rick accepted a posi­tion as pedi­a­tri­cian …

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POLICE TARGET METH

The Pauld­ing County Sheriff’s Office is report­ing a lot of meth lab activ­ity lately. The sheriff’s office had three busts in three weeks. Last year the office cleaned up about a dozen meth labs as well as some meth trash in the county. Meth trash refers to the empty bot­tles …

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29 INJURED IN BUS/CAR CRASH ON INTERSTATE

The Ohio High­way Patrol now says that 29 peo­ple were injured in a crash between a com­mer­cial bus and a car Tues­day on Inter­state 75 in north­west Ohio. The crash hap­pened at about 10:30 Tues­day night when a 2001 Blue­bird bus ran into the back of a 1995 Toy­ota Camry …

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