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A Healthy Economic Number

A report shows Williams County ranks sixth in the state for counties where it makes the most sense to own a home versus renting. The HUD study found families earning $100,000 annually with a typical mortgage, yielded an average monthly payment of $549 with an average home price of $127,914. …

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DD Board Update

The Williams County Board of Developmental Disabilities board reviewed superintendent applications from the Ohio Association of County Boards. Interviews are expected to begin in April.

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Yost Backs ACA

Ohio’s attorney general will file a court brief, opposing a federal judge’s ruling that declared the Affordable Care Act unconstitutional, potentially leaving nearly 2 million state residents with pre-existing medical conditions without health insurance, should the decision be upheld. Attorney General Dave Yost told reporters U.S. District Judge, Reed O’Connor …

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Hydrant Missing

Officers in Fulton County are looking for whoever took a fire hydrant from a County Road 2 location in Swanton. They say it was broken and a repair crew arrived to find the hydrant gone. The total value of the loss is $3,000. Anyone with information on this is asked …

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Edgerton Schools Backs Away From Levy

Edgerton school officials removed the district from consideration of a measure that would have asked voters to consider a five-year levy. They say it would generate $500,000 for each district across the four-county area, to fund special education and security measures….adding such a measure would be decided by a simple …

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Gray Assumes Treasurer Post

Kellie Gray is the new Williams County treasurer. Gray will replace Vicki Grimm, who was elected to the treasurer position in 2017. In November, Grimm ran for and won the position of Williams County auditor. Gray is on the Millcreek-West Unity Local Schools Board of Education. She will finish Grimm’s …

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Child Info Bill Passes

The Indiana Senate unanimously approves a bill that would ban the release of details in child neglect or abuse deaths to safeguard criminal cases. The bill now goes to Gov. Holcomb. The wide-ranging legislation includes a provision that would stop the release of information from the Indiana Department of Child …

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Car Theft In Bryan

Officers are looking for a vehicle, stolen from a County Road 10 home, north of Bryan. The driver left the keys in it. Anyone with information about the red vehicle or who stole it is asked to contact the sheriff’s office.

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Jones Brought In

A Fulton County man is arrested on rape charges, as well as failing to register as a sex offender. Kurt Jones is currently being held at the Corrections Center of Northwest Ohio.

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