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Guilford Case Update

The sentencing of Bruce Guilford, the Hicksville man, accused of gross sexual imposition, has to wait…it has been continued for a second time. A new hearing date has not been set. Guilford is free on a personal-recognizance bond.

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Allegations Against Beaver Deemed True

Allegations the Rev. Nelson Beaver sexually abused minors about a quarter century ago, are deemed substantiated after a review by the Roman Catholic Diocese of Toledo. They agree Beaver, who served as pastor at Sacred Heart Catholic Church, in Montpelier, from 1984 to 1994 is not suitable for the ministry. …

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Defiance Bridge Project Continues

Things continue to take shape at the Clinton Street Bridge project in Defiance. The span’s concrete deck is poured and now cured. Crews are now working on the structure’s north approach and readying the ground on North Clinton Street…between the bridge and High Street…for new asphalt pavement. Next week, attention …

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Levy Placed On The Ballot

Voters in the Ayersville Local Schools District will decide on Nov. 5 to pass a 1% income tax levy for operating expenses of the district. The levy, which is for three years, is for an additional 1% in income tax revenue. The current 1% income tax levy passed in 2007, …

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New ID Deadline Reminder

Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine is reminding travelers they have less than a year to obtain federally compliant driver’s licenses and IDs needed for future air travel. State officials say fewer than one in three Ohioans have obtained the beefed-up identification, which requires extra documents, including at least two showing proof …

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Buzzard Arrested

Indiana agents arrest a Steuben County man, concluding a lengthy ten month child exploitation investigation. Officers arrived at Stephen Buzzard’s Lake Pleasant home, shortly after the warrant was issued. He was taken to Noble County Jail, where he will remain in custody until he is transferred back to Steuben County. …

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Be Careful On The Road

Indiana governor, Eric Holcomb has a reminder for drivers…move over or slow down while passing emergency vehicles stopped alongside the road. The governor has declared the week of October 13-19 as Indiana Move Over Week. In 1999, Indiana became the first state in the nation to pass such a law…requiring …

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Brown To Speak At OSU

Sen. Sherrod Brown is set to deliver the commencement address at Ohio State University. The school announced he will speak to 3,600 students graduating this December in Columbus. The three-term senator is an alumnus of the university after he received his master’s degrees in education and public administration from the …

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Nominations For Hall Of Famers

Ohio’s Department of Aging is accepting nominations for the state’s Senior Citizens Hall of Fame. It honors current or long-time Ohio residents, age 60 and older, who have made and continue to make a lasting impact on their communities, professions or vocations. The department says 486 older Ohioans have been …

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Big Aquifer Update

Big news on the Aquifer front. The Northwest Water & Sewer District, along with Sylvania officials, decide to make a long-term commitment to getting their drinking water from Toledo. Those two entities join Monroe County, Maumee, Whitehouse, and Fulton County in approving contracts with wholesale water rates with Toledo. Lucas …

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