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COUNCIL MEETS IN DEFIANCE

Defi­ance City Coun­cil met on Tues­day night, and the forced annex­a­tion pro­gram, along with truck traf­fic on Power Dam Road took up much of the meet­ing. Other items were dis­cussed how­ever. Coun­cil received a pre­sen­ta­tion on a com­mu­nity health improve­ment plan and an update from a per­son pro­mot­ing the city’s …

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RED CROSS SCHEDULES BLOOD DRIVE FOR NAPOLEON

The Amer­i­can Red Cross of Henry County will hold a blood drive on Sep­tem­ber 5th, from 1–6 p.m. at St. Paul’s Lutheran Church in Napoleon Town­ship. Walk-ins are wel­come. To sched­ule an appoint­ment, call 800-RED-CROSS.

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WILLIAMS GRAND JURY HANDS DOWN INDICTMENTS

A Williams County Grand Jury has handed down indict­ments against a num­ber of peo­ple on var­i­ous charges. Indict­ments were handed down Tues­day against: Jes­sica L. War­ren of Edger­ton; Edward S. R. Ramirez of Bryan; Sammy C. Brown of Mont­pe­lier; Tim­o­thy L. Dull of Hamil­ton, Indi­ana; Christo­pher D. Ervin of But­ler, …

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INDIANA MEN FACE ADDITIONAL INDICTMENTS

Two men from Indi­ana who were already charged with car thefts from Williams County, and allegedly cook­ing meth, were indicted Tues­day on more charges. The Williams County grand jury list of indict­ments released Tues­day includes 24 year old Tim­o­thy Dull of Hamil­ton, Indi­ana, and 22 year old Christo­pher Ervin of …

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SHERIFF’S SHORTFALL PREDICTED

Accord­ing to the Bryan Times, the Williams County Sheriff’s Office could be over bud­get by the end of the year. Williams County Com­mis­sion­ers addressed their con­cerns in an open let­ter to the Sher­iff on Mon­day. That let­ter said that based on a review con­ducted July 31st, nine bud­getary line items …

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STREET FAIR PLANNED

The Bryan First Church of Christ is host­ing a street fair for kids in the church’s park­ing lot between the library and the church and on Wal­nut Street between 11 a.m. and 2 p.m Sat­ur­day. Wal­nut Street will be closed between High and Bryan streets for the fair. Every­thing will …

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MOTORCYCLE CRASH INJURES THREE

Three peo­ple were injured in a motor­cy­cle crash in Henry County on Mon­day evening. The Henry County Sheriff’s Office reports the crash hap­pened at about 8PM at East and Plum streets, when a motor­cy­cle dri­ven by 31 year old Toby Borstel­man of Lib­erty Cen­ter ran into the rear of a …

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FAKE MONEY REPORTED IN THE AREA

Some funny money has turned up in the area, and busi­nesses are not laugh­ing. Sev­eral Pauld­ing County busi­nesses, espe­cially gas sta­tions, have found some coun­ter­feit $20 bills in their tills. The cur­rency looks and feels dif­fer­ently, the color is a lit­tle darker and the cut around the edge in uneven, …

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EDGERTON DEFICIT IS TROUBLESOME

Edgerton’s fis­cal deficit was the main con­cern at the Edger­ton Vil­lage Coun­cil meet­ing Mon­day evening. Fire Chief Scott Blue told coun­cil he got a bid for a much-needed new fire truck. The cost of the new tanker would be $248,202, with the bulk of it to be paid by a …

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BRYAN DECIDES ON TWO STORY SCHOOL

The Bryan City Board of Edu­ca­tion agreed at their Mon­day night meet­ing that the pro­posed new build­ing for grades 6–12 will be designed as a two-story struc­ture. The two-story plan was approved fol­low­ing exam­i­na­tion of archi­tects’ esti­mates on the con­struc­tion and main­te­nance of a one-story vs. a two-story build­ing. The …

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