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Lights Out In New Haven

Power is cut to hundreds in New Haven after a vehicle hits some utility poles along Lincoln Highway West, near Hartzell Road. The stretch was closed to traffic while crews worked to repair the poles. New Haven High School and New Haven Middle School, as well as the East Allen …

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Woeful Ag Numbers

Production of corn and soybeans is projected to fall from last year, while maturation lags behind and will likely lead to a late harvest in Ohio. The Department of Agriculture says corn is forecast at 13.9 billion bushels, down 4 percent. Soybeans are seeing a bigger drop.

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Watch For That Blight On The Leaf

The Williams County Ohio State University Extension Office is keeping an eye on a couple of diseases and pests in the county while encouraging farmers to continue scouting fields as growing season continues. Officials say producers should look out for leaf diseases in what few corn acres were planted this …

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Disaster Loans Available

16 Ohio counties are designated by the USDA as primary natural disaster areas…most all connected to the bad weather earlier this year. This designation allows the government to extend much-needed emergency credit to producers recovering the events. Emergency loans can be used to meet various recovery needs. The deadline to …

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Gonzalez Brought In

A Napoleon man is arrested on two charges at the Walmart there. Bryan Gonzalez, 33, was charged with obstruction of official business and resisting arrest, second-degree misdemeanors. Gonzalez was found to be unarmed. He was taken to the Corrections Center of Northwest Ohio.

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Murder Case In PC

A Paulding County man is shot and killed at a County Road 187 location in Oakwood …a family member has been charged in connection with the death. Anthony Richcreek died from an apparent shotgun wound to the chest. Investigators tell reporters his brother, Donald Richcreek has been charged with murder. …

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Clinton St Bridge Update

Slowly, the outlines of Defiance’s new Clinton Street bridge are emerging. The concrete columns that will support the new structure, being built by Great Lakes Construction Co. of Medina County, have gone up in recent weeks, and are visible from Fort Street and elsewhere. But what may get more attention …

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IN Lawsuit Emerges

A former contract worker has filed a lawsuit claiming she was retaliated against by the leader of the Indiana National Guard after she reported concerns about his affair with a subordinate. Shari McLaughlin filed in Marion County Superior Court against Major General Courtney Carr, Adjutant General of the Indiana National …

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Shooting In NH Ends In Arrest

A New Haven man is charged with shooting his ex-wife during an argument over the welfare of their child at a mobile home park on Moeller Road. Raul Espinosa faces attempted urder and more in the shooting of Michelle Malone. Officers arrived and found Malone in a neighbor’s yard, suffering …

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Brandon Comes Home

Funeral services for Army Pfc. Brandon Kreischer are announced. The Stryker native, died last Monday after a firefight in southern Afghanistan. Another soldier died in the gunfire exchange. There will be a processional at 4:40 p.m. today from Toledo Express Airport. The route begins west on U.S. Route 20A through …

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