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Forums In Bryan

Three candidates for the Bryan City Schools Board of Education discussed funding and vocational training, among many other topics, during the Meet the Candidates forum. Incumbent, Tom Lingvai and newcomers, Dustin Schlachter and Ben Camarillo are vying for two open seats on the board..

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New Health Funding In OH

The state says it will provide $31 million in new funding to support families of Ohio children with behavioral needs, who need help from multiple systems. The funding includes $8 million in direct aid to help parents avoid having to surrender custody of their children to get them needed treatment …

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Health Day Coming Up

Coming up on Saturday, October 19th, Sauder Village guests can have a blast in the past…while also learning about how to lead a healthy and safe lifestyle. Health and safety professionals from throughout the region will gather at Sauder Village for the annual Community Health Day, featuring informational displays, health …

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School Stress In Montpelier

Montpelier teachers meet to protest the lack of progress being made by the District Administration to improve the culture of the school district, there. Teachers identified some of the areas of concern…including an atmosphere of bullying…reprisals for raising concerns…favoritism for certain individuals depending on friendships and family relationships…to name a …

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Kendall Found Guilty

A jury finds Andrew Kendall of Bryan, guilty of three felony counts of possession of methamphetamine, drug trafficking and for taking some of the stuff into a correctional facility. The trial covered two incidents from March, as well as the circumstances of his arrest in Williams Center in May. The …

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Bartley Case Update

Zane Bartley, charged in connection to the 2018 death of a Cecil man in his home, pleads guilty. Prosecutors say Bartley trespassed in the home of Philip Koenn, knowing someone was in the place…aiding Michael Loop in committing a crime. Koenn died in the shooting. Bartley was then charged with …

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Biden To Visit OH

Democratic presidential candidate, Joe Biden plans to make a return visit to Ohio two weeks after he’s in the state for a debate. Biden’s campaign announced he will be in Columbus on Oct. 31. Biden and his rivals for the Democratic nomination will be near Columbus for an Oct. 15 …

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Melton Throws Hat Into The Ring

A Democratic state senator formally enters the Indiana governor’s race. First-term state Sen., Eddie Melton announced his campaign before several dozen supporters. Melton is the third Democrat to enter the race for the party’s nomination to challenge Republican Gov. Eric Holcomb in next year’s election.

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Smith Enters Plea

John Smith, the Edon man accused of vehicular homicide, enters guilty pleas in a Williams County courtroom…in connection to a fatal crash last year. Sentencing is scheduled for the 29th. He is being held at the Corrections Center of Northwest Ohio. Prosecutors say Smith was operating a vehicle under the …

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Increased Appropriations In Edgerton

The Edgerton Village Council is increasing 2019 appropriations by $25,000. The additions were made due to changes in the solicitor’s salary as well as tax refunds from the Regional Income Tax Agency. The solicitor’s salary goes up by $5,000, while general income tax refunds were $16,000.

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