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Coronavirus Concerns At Bryan Schools

Bryan City Schools and other districts across the state are not yet addressing makeup days in the coronavirus battle…should the closure of schools end at three weeks as planned, and barring further guidance from the state. Currently, students across the state are being marked as attending. Officials add in-need students’ …

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Closures In Delta

The Delta Municipal Building is closed to the public until further notice in the fight against the coronavirus. Municipal staff will still be available to assist residents by phone or email. Street, Water and Wastewater departments will continue operation but will limit access to the public.

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Virus Grows In IN

Indiana state officials announce four new coronavirus cases, bringing the total number statewide to at least 19. They involved residents of Hamilton and Marion counties. For most people, the coronavirus causes only mild or moderate symptoms, such as fever and cough. For some, especially older adults and people with existing …

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OH Schools Close

Gov. DeWine orders schools to close for three weeks, starting today, and a ban on gatherings of more than 100 to stop the spread of the coronavirus. Last week, five confirmed cases have been reported in Ohio. At the conclusion of three weeks, further action will be considered. In a …

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OH Restaurants And Bars Close

All bars and restaurants in Ohio are closed until further notice. Gov. DeWine makes the call. He says if something to keep people apart isn’t done now…it will be too late. Takeout and delivery is still allowed. He added he knows its tough on small businesses…some steps may be taken …

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Sheriff Election Approaches

Voters in the primary election Tuesday will pick among three candidates for sheriff in the Republican primary. And with Sheriff, Steve Towns agreeing to resign after the primary as part of a plea deal to avoid felony charges, Williams County Commissioners say Tuesday’s winner almost certainly will be appointed as …

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Heads Up, Motorists

Ohio 108 in Henry County will be closed between Ohio 281 and Henry County Road K, south of Napoleon, for bridge replacement starting today and continuing through May. The Ohio Department of Transportation’s suggested detour is Ohio 281 to 109 to U.S. 6 to Ohio 108. From March 16 through …

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Car Fire In Bryan

Firefighters and police respond to a car fire on Elm Drive in Bryan. The cause is unknown. Officials at the scene say the owners heard a lot of noise and a bang…then found the car in flames. It was fully engulfed when crews arrived. No injuries were reported. The investigation …

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DeWine Fights Back In Coronavirus Battle

Governor DeWine and the Ohio Department of Health signs an order, prohibiting mass gatherings of 100 people or more in the state, in an effort to stop the spread of coronavirus. The governor also ordered all Ohio schools…including all K-thru-12 schools in Williams County…to close for three weeks, starting on …

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Opioids Settlement Clears Hurdle

Officials, representing nearly 85% of Ohio’s residents, have agreed to a plan to share any money brought in from settlements with companies over the toll of opioids. Gov., DeWine and Attorney General, Dave Yost announced acceptance of the proposal. They told reporters the communities who have agreed to the plan …

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