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Closures In Montpelier

The Village of Montpelier has taken several precautions to fight the coronavirus. The first was closing down the village office, including the utilities department. Officials say it’s all done to keep with social distancing practices. Starting with the April 15th bill, the village is allowing people to go on payment …

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WC Commission Has New Schedule

The Williams County Commissioners will meet once per week, rather than twice, as a precaution to slow the spread of the coronavirus. Meetings will take place on Thursdays. Commissioners met in a special, executive session on Monday at the Williams County Court, to discuss the details of security arrangements and …

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Trine Locks It Down

To comply with Gov. Holcomb’s Stay-At-Home order, Trine University will close its Angola main campus, Fort Wayne Center for Health Sciences and all TrineOnline offices. Trine University President, Earl Brooks, also has declared a university-wide Pandemic Emergency in accordance with university policy. Students have been asked, with few exceptions, to …

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Coronavirus Scare In WC

Initial reports by the Williams County Health Department early Saturday of the first positive test result for coronavirus in Williams County are incorrect. Officials say it is someone from Defiance County. At one time, this person had been a Williams County resident. The Ohio Department of Health reports over 200 …

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BMU Helps Out

Bryan Municipal Utilities suspends all utility disconnections for non-payment to customers. The utility says it’s in order to give those experiencing financial hardship extra time to make their payments during coronavirus. The suspension applies to home and business accounts alike. BMU directed anyone experience difficulty with making their utility payments, …

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Fees Waived In Pioneer

In a special meeting, the Pioneer Village Council declares an emergency and waives all utility fees through June in response to the coronavirus. Officials say village utilities, water, sewer and electric, have surpluses in their budget that will allow them to temporarily waive fees for water and sewer in April, …

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Unity During Coronavirus

Hundreds of Bryan City Schools students and their families line up outside their homes, and at Recreation Park, to greet their teachers who paraded through town. The teachers remained in their vehicles but waved, honked and shouted greetings during the parade, which winded throughout the city. Ohio schools have been …

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Victor G. Perez, 47

Victor G. Perez, age 47, passed away Friday, March 20, 2020, at CHP – Defiance Area Inpatient Hospice. He had worked in Wauseon at McDonalds, Wendy’s and Burger King. Victor was born in Wauseon on March 20, 1973, the son of Pablo Perez, Sr. and Sue (Harrison).  Surviving is his …

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ONG Activated

Gov. Mike DeWine has activated 300 members of the Ohio National Guard to help ensure needy communities get food…while the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services says it received 111,055 unemployment insurance benefit applications online in the past four days. The state has nearly 120 confirmed cases of the …

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Two Die From Coronavirus In IN

Two people in Indiana have died from the coronavirus in two days. State health officials confirm the Johnson County residents were in their 60’s. They were in an area hospital. The health department also reported six new additional confirmed illnesses, giving the state 30 cases across 15 counties.

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