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ALCOHOL BELIEVED TO BLAME FOR SUNDAY CRASH

Bryan woman sus­tained seri­ous injuries in an early Sun­day morn­ing crash. 23 year old Cora Gonyea of Bryan, was north­bound on U.S. 127 near County Road 17 when her vehi­cle trav­eled off the west side of the road and flipped sev­eral times. Gonyea was thrown from the vehi­cle. The High­way …

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HENRY RELAY FOR LIFE RAISES FUNDS

A record num­ber of par­tic­i­pants and vis­i­tors turned out for the Relay for Life of Henry County on Fri­day evening and Sat­ur­day morn­ing at the Henry County Fair­grounds in Napoleon. Offi­cials report that $210,768 dur­ing the relay, which they say, in com­bi­na­tion with events yet planned, may be a record …

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SENIOR FAIR IN DEFIANCE

Defi­ance County seniors are all invited for a healthy and infor­ma­tive Tues­day at the Health Expo. The expo will be held tomor­row from 9 a.m.-2 p.m. at the Defi­ance County Senior Cen­ter at 140 E. Broad­way Ave. in Defi­ance. The Health Expo is a free heath fair with a con­ti­nen­tal …

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THINGS ARE HAPPENING TODAY

The vil­lage of Pauld­ing build­ing and grounds com­mit­tee will meet to dis­cuss build­ings and prop­er­ties at 5:15 this after­noon in the coun­cil room of the munic­i­pal build­ing. The Wauseon City Coun­cil will meet this after­noon in the coun­cil cham­bers, 230 Clin­ton St., Wauseon. The meet­ing begins at 5 p.m. The …

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TORNADOES CONFIRMED BY NWS

The National Weather Ser­vice in north­ern Indi­ana has con­firmed three tor­na­does in Henry County from last week’s storm. The first tor­nado was con­firmed one mile north of Ham­ler where a barn was destroyed. The tor­nado, at 11:59 p.m. Wednes­day, was rated an EF-0 with an esti­mated wind speed of 85 …

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NORTHWEST WATER DISTRICT FACING DIFFICULT DECISION

The North­west Water Dis­trict is fac­ing a dif­fi­cult deci­sion. It may have to return a $496,000 state grant if a water plant con­tin­ues to sit idle. It the plant goes into pro­duc­tion on the other hand, the dis­trict will lose more than $28,000 per year. The $496,000 came from a …

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BRYAN JUBILEE NEXT WEEK

For more than 65 years, The Bryan Jubilee has been held. This year it will return to the square on Tues­day for another five-day run. The Bryan Times reports that return­ing to the Jubilee this year after a short hia­tus is the laser light show on Fri­day and Sat­ur­day. New …

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WEST UNITY PAVING PROJECT HITS DELAY

Repaving of the south half of U.S. 127 at West Unity has been delayed. ODOT says it needs to replace a 36-inch diam­e­ter drainage tile which crosses under the road near the cor­ner of 127 and U.S. 20-A. ODOT reports that the bro­ken tile has caused an under­ground sink­hole. Mean­while, …

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HICKSVILLE GIANT GARAGE SALE KICKS OFF

Hicksville’s 12th annual com­mu­nity garage sale is this week­end. The sale will take place through­out the entire town today and Sat­ur­day from 9 a.m.-6 p.m. Some how­ever, say they will open before 9am for the early birds. This year, about 50 are tak­ing part dur­ing the two-day period. Although the …

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PLEA IN DEFIANCE

A man entered pleas to six felonies Thurs­day in Defi­ance County Com­mon Pleas Court, includ­ing an aggra­vated rob­bery charge. 19 year old Stephon Davis of Defi­ance pleaded guilty to aggra­vated rob­bery; and four counts of bur­glary; and no con­test to ille­gal use of a minor in nudity-oriented mate­r­ial. He already …

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