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WAUSEON FIRE

A fire that inves­ti­ga­tors say started on the side porch of a Wauseon triplex early Sat­ur­day morn­ing, caused dam­age esti­mated at $50,000. Wauseon fire­fight­ers responded just before 1 a.m. to the two-story, wood-frame struc­ture at 131 Beech St. When they arrived, the five per­sons inside the three apart­ments had got­ten …

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TEXAS MAN HELD ON BURGLARY CHARGES IN PULASKI TWP

The Williams County Sheriff’s Office reports the arrest of a Bay­town, Texas man in con­nec­tion with a string of bur­glar­ies in Pulaski [pull-a SKY] Town­ship. 22 year old Travis L. Hicks hasn’t been liv­ing in the area all that long, accord­ing to Steve Towns. The sher­iff told the Bryan Times …

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HUBER NEEDS HEAT

It could be a long cold win­ter for the Huber Opera House and Civic Cen­ter. The hot water boiler there is at least forty years old accord­ing to direc­tors, and it’s just plain shot. They say it’s got a huge crack in it and it leaks water faster than it …

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NAPOLEON HOLDING A HEART WALK SATURDAY

The Amer­i­can Heart Asso­ci­a­tion (AHA) is spon­sor­ing the North­west Ohio Heart Walk on Sat­ur­day in Napoleon. More than 150 peo­ple will be par­tic­i­pat­ing in the event which starts with reg­is­tra­tion at 8 a.m. tomor­row morn­ing in Napoleon. The walk will begin at 9 a.m. and refresh­ments will be offered along …

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GAS LEAK EVACUATES SCHOOL

Stu­dents and staff at St. Anthony’s School in Colum­bus Grove were evac­u­ated Wednes­day after­noon after a gas leak was dis­cov­ered nearby. The Put­nam County Sheriff’s Office says stu­dents and staff were evac­u­ated by bus to Colum­bus Grove Local Schools around 12:30 as a pre­cau­tion­ary mea­sure while the leak was repaired. …

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SHERIFF ISSUES WARNING

Steven Towns, Sher­iff of Williams County, says again and again the Williams County Sheriff’s Office receives calls report­ing that some­one has either been a vic­tim of, or has been tar­geted by, scam­mers. The Sher­iff says scams come in all forms and use many dif­fer­ent meth­ods to con­tact you. If you …

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WILLIAMS STOLEN PROPERTY ARRESTS

The Williams County Sheriff’s Office got infor­ma­tion about some pos­si­ble stolen prop­erty near where two bur­glar­ies occurred in Pulaski Town­ship. Sheriff’s deputies, while inves­ti­gat­ing, dis­cov­ered that a man liv­ing where the stolen items were found, Tommy Yates, was on pro­ba­tion through the Williams County Adult Probation/Parole Office. Because Yates is …

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OPERATION BLUE LIGHT RESULTS ANNOUNCED

The Ohio State High­way Patrol, in con­junc­tion with the Indi­ana State Police say they plan to release results today from the nearly three-month enforce­ment effort dubbed “Oper­a­tion Blue Light” Oper­a­tion Blue Light focused on Inter­state 70 from the West Virginia/Ohio state line to the Indiana/Illinois state line. The effort ran …

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BRYAN MAN SENTENCED IN STALKING AND EXPLOSIVES CASE

A Bryan man was sen­tenced Wednes­day to five years of com­mu­nity con­trol for plant­ing home­made bombs at the home of a Van Wert woman a year ago. Ronald McBride was accused of blow­ing up some­thing and start­ing fires on the front yard of the woman’s home on Zook Road last …

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SCHOOL PLANS REVEALED

Bryan school dis­trict res­i­dents on Wednes­day got to see architect’s ren­der­ings which show the pro­posed grade 6–12 school’s place­ment north of Foun­tain Grove Drive, and illus­trate the approx­i­mate size and design of the struc­ture. Also shown in the plans unveiled yes­ter­day, are the park­ing lots and the traf­fic flow, which …

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