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DEFIANCE AIRPORT IMPROVEMENTS

The Defi­ance County Regional Air­port Author­ity will soon be handed more than $300,000 fed­eral funds to com­plete improve­ments. It was announced on Mon­day that the Fed­eral Avi­a­tion Admin­is­tra­tion has awarded $344,781 to the Defi­ance Air­port Author­ity and the Defi­ance County com­mis­sion­ers. The funds will be used to install a new …

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EDGERTON CRASH VICTIM STILL CRITICAL

An Edger­ton man was still listed in crit­i­cal con­di­tion Mon­day after he was involved in a motor­cy­cle acci­dent on Sat­ur­day. The Steuben County Sheriff’s Office says Sat­ur­day around 1PM, 53 year old Thomas Brodock was dri­ving a motor­cy­cle on Indi­ana 120 near Clear Lake, when he ran off the road­way …

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MONTPELIER UTILITY RATE INCREASES COMING

Mont­pe­lier res­i­dents could soon be look­ing at increases in their water and sewer bills. The Vil­lage Coun­cil held the first read­ing of two ordi­nances to raise the ser­vice charge on both bills at Monday’s meet­ing. Under the pro­posed ordi­nance, the cost for usage would not rise, but the ser­vice charge …

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CCNO LAUNCHES NEW PROGRAM

The Cor­rec­tions Cen­ter of North­west Ohio has launched a new Com­mu­nity Ser­vice Work Pro­gram. Offi­cials say it’s a test pro­gram. Each mem­ber of the work detail has been con­victed of a non-violent felony and sen­tenced through the Williams County Court of Com­mon Pleas, but they are not prison inmates. They …

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HEALTH SCREENINGS SCHEDULED

The ProMed­ica Defi­ance Regional Hos­pi­tal will offer free skin can­cer screen­ings on Fri­day, Sept. 20, by appoint­ment only. Screen­ings take approx­i­mately 10–15 min­utes, and include a skin exam, edu­ca­tion, and follow-up sup­port. Appoint­ments are lim­ited. To sched­ule an appoint­ment, call 419–783-6911. The Defi­ance County Health Depart­ment will hold its “Know …

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WAUSEON MAN CHARGED WITH SEX CRIMES

A man from Wauseon has been con­victed in Ful­ton County Com­mon Pleas Court, of sex­ual offenses involv­ing a vic­tim under the age of 13. 32 year old Justin Smith was found guilty of two counts of Gross Sex­ual Impo­si­tion. Smith was sen­tenced to 30 months in prison, and he was …

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BRYAN RECEIVES PERFECT REPORT

For the third year in a row, Bryan got an Audi­tor of State award from State Audi­tor Dave Yost for hav­ing a per­fect audit. Accord­ing to The Bryan Times, Yost’s office says that in order to be con­sid­ered a “clean” audit, the audit must be filed timely with the state …

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WILLIAMS ALZHEIMERS WALK SET

The Williams County Walk to End Alzheimer’s will be held on Sept. 14 at the Bryan Recre­ation Park at 3 p.m., with reg­is­tra­tion start­ing at 2 p.m. There will be lots of activ­i­ties includ­ing face paint­ing, DJ, mem­ory gar­den and gift bas­ket raf­fles. Orga­niz­ers will also be pro­vid­ing free water …

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9–1-1 CELEBRATION SLATED

The pub­lic is invited to join North­west State Com­mu­nity Col­lege fac­ulty, staff and stu­dents for a 9/11 trib­ute cer­e­mony on Wednes­day, Sep­tem­ber 11 at 12:15 p.m. Sen­a­tor Cliff Hite will pro­vide the keynote address for the cer­e­mony, which will include a moment of silence and patri­otic music. The Col­lege is …

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SAUDER HOSTING ARTISANS WEEK CELEBRATION

From Tues­day through Sun­day this week, Sauder Vil­lage will host “Cel­e­brate Our Arti­sans” Week — a spe­cial trib­ute to the com­mu­nity of men and women who share their tal­ents with guests at His­toric Sauder Vil­lage. Through­out this spe­cial week guests can watch the Sauder Vil­lage crafts­men at work in their …

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