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Jobs Shine In Williams Co

The great employment numbers continue in Williams County. The non-seasonally adjusted unemployment rate for May rose slightly to 2.6 percent, from 2.5 in April…that’s down from 3.2 percent in March. The mark put it in the top 5 in the state for lowest unemployment rates and continued its stay well …

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Solar Buy In Millcreek

Millcreek-West Unity Local Schools will be buying approximately seven acres of land at a cost of $6,000 per acre for the installation of solar panels. The equipment will initially be leased by the district. It will be installed through the solar technology firm, Entrust Energy. The district is expected to …

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Dangerfield Apprehended

Ryan Dangerfield, the suspect in a fatal stabbing in Bryan is picked up by police in Hillsdale County on a voluntary manslaughter charge. Dangerfield was wanted in connection to an attack at the Colonial Manor Motel on East High Street in Bryan. Dylan Bible, the victim, died at an area …

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Bauer Quickly Nabbed

A man facing the court in Bryan on drug charges briefly escapes proceedings. Officers were able to capture Travis Bauer on South Cherry Street, not too far from the courthouse. Bauer was taken to the hospital in Bryan, then taken to the Corrections Center of Northwest Ohio. The original case …

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Issa Faces Drug Charges

Police in Auburn arrest a Garrett woman after officers find marijuana, paraphernalia and three pounds of marijuana edibles during a traffic stop on Touring Drive. Police pulled Lacey Issa over after her vehicle was spotted swerving…her car had an expired registration, also.

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Clean Up After The Storms

Ohio’s Department of Transportation says its employees have spent more than 20,000 hours helping with cleanup from tornadoes and other severe weather that swept through parts of the state last month. The department says damage caused in the severe storms, straight-line winds, flooding and landslides has totaled more than $500,000. …

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Deadly Assault Case In Bryan

One man is dead as officers respond to a report of an assault at the Colonial Manor Motel on E. High St. in Bryan. Dylan Bible is the victim…he was pronounced dead at an area hospital. Officers tell reporters Ryan Dangerfield, of Hillsdale County, Michigan is a person of interest …

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Crash In DKC

A woman is sent to the hospital after a rear-end crash in DeKalb County on State Road 8. Officials say Brandy Williams was westbound when smoke began to obscure her vision…that’s when she rear-ended a truck. The driver of the truck, 19-year-old Samuel Beechy, told investigators that his vehicle wouldn’t …

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Vandalism Case Involves Several Suspects

A 19-year-old Kendallville man is arrested after investigators say he damaged several vehicles, street signs, and buildings by spraying them with paint, using squirt guns in the area of North Main Street. Someone reported several people spraying paint from a moving SUV in the area. Officers found it…and pulled it …

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MI Pipeline Could Close

Operators of refineries in Ohio are worried that a potential shutdown of a Great Lakes oil pipeline in Michigan could push up their costs or even force them to close. Gov. DeWine sent Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer a letter, asking her to not let the pipeline shut down permanently. Talks …

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