Home / News (page 2)

News

Ped Death On 24

A pedestrian dies on U.S. 24 in Defiance. Officials tell reporters William Wales stopped his vehicle on the right shoulder with the flashers and ignition on. He got out of his vehicle, crossing the westbound lanes of 24…that’s when he was struck and killed by an SUV heading westbound. Wales …

Read More »

Big Rig Wreck In HC

A semi rolls over on Ohio 15. The driver was trying to turn left onto Traxler Drive in Holiday City. He refused treatment and was cited by Ohio State Highway Patrol for failure to control. No other vehicles were involved.

Read More »

Cable Rates Increase

The Bryan Board of Public Affairs approves an increase to Bryan Municipal Utilities cable television rates. BMU’s basic cable package goes up $4 per month and its extended basic package, also by $4. The digital basic package increases by a dollar. To help some customers, BMU is offering a $4 …

Read More »

DeWine Wants Disaster Proclamation

Ohio governor, Mike DeWine sends a letter to Agriculture Secretary, Sonny Perdue, requesting a USDA Secretarial disaster designation for Ohio, amid heavy rainfall impacting farmers in the state. DeWine notes the rain through the spring planting season has been devastating to Ohio farmers, with flooding and saturated fields preventing them …

Read More »

They Returned To The Scene Of The Crime

Police in Steuben County arrest three people in a burglary case. Deputies were called to a N. Gerald Lett Ave. location. There, police found a dog had been shot and a cat had been kicked, leaving both animals injured. Police viewed surveillance footage from the home that showed a suspect …

Read More »

A Shooting By Mistake Hurts Official

A DeKalb County Community Corrections employee is accidentally shot during a training exercise with Auburn Police. Officials tell reporters Pretrial Services Coordinator, Quentin Young discharged a semi-automatic pistol. Young shot himself in the upper right leg. He was taken to a Fort Wayne hospital, treated and released. An investigation is …

Read More »

Water Project Funding Is Passed

The Bryan City Council approves funding for a proposed study of the city’s groundwater. $50,000 dollars now goes to the water project, which involves development of a test well network to monitor water levels, as well as water quality and more. Officials say it will help BMU better monitor its …

Read More »

New Leadership At Wauseon Schools

The Wauseon Board of Education offers former Wauseon Primary School principal, Troy Armstrong the position of superintendent, beginning this upcoming school year. Armstrong will replace Larry Brown, who will resign as superintendent on July 31 to accept the same position with Fort Recovery Local Schools in Mercer County. Brown has …

Read More »

Crash On 20A

No serious injuries reported after a car leaves the roadway on Highway 20 along Beaver Creek. Officials say the car hit some water, hydroplaned…and careened into the creek below. The driver, Seth Altaffer of Montpelier was shaken up but is okay. Crews have removed the vehicle. An investigation into the …

Read More »

Area Healthcare On TV

Maumee Valley Guidance Center’s Mental Health First Aid prevention program will be featured on CNN on Tuesday. Last weekend, CNN filmed a story about the community-centered program. The story is scheduled to air on Tuesday morning, during the network’s final hour of New Day. It will feature interviews with staff …

Read More »