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Music And Fun, 1…Covid 0.

The Bryan City Band is gearing up to start up for the summer. Local leaders say it’s just too valuable to the local community to skip…so coronavirus does not win on the stage. The first of the band’s open rehearsals will be held on Wednesday at the MacDonald-Ruff Ice Arena …

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Kids Need Shots?

Drive-through immunization clinics, put on by the Williams County Health Department have been scheduled for each of the County’s school districts in July and August. All school-age children, needing immunizations, are eligible. The department asks that, in order decrease traffic and maintain safety, parents should call the Health Department to …

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New Jobs Numbers

In April, about 21% were out of work in Williams County…but that percentage drops to 14.9% in May. People are returning to work. May’s numbers show the second full month since the state enacted widespread COVID-19 precautionary measures that either closed or shrank operations for many of businesses. Ohio’s state …

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CCNO Gets Funds

CCNO officials outline the jail’s ongoing adaptation to COVID-19, as well as its use-of-force protocols. CCNO is one of the first 65 criminal justice agencies in Ohio to receive funding from the congressional Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security Act. 43 thousand dollars go for personal protective equipment and additional …

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Need Shots?

Drive-through immunization clinics put on by the Williams County Health Department are now scheduled for each of the school districts in July and August. All school-age children needing shots are eligible. The department asks to decrease traffic and maintain safety, parents should call the Health Department to preregister and schedule …

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Man Drowns In Steuben County

Indiana Conservation Officers are investigating a drowning on Lake James in Steuben County. Officials tell reporters they got a call a swimmer had gone under in the area of the Lake James sandbar. They say a bystander jumped in and recovered the victim. Rocky Rutledge, 61, of Romeoville, Illinois, was …

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Foreclosure Decision In Columbus

The Ohio Supreme Court rules that a foreclosure process that sells homes without compensating owners for their equity is legal. At issue before the court was a process known as administrative foreclosures. The process sends abandoned properties to the county board of revisions…who can send the properties to the local …

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ID In Area Deaths

Bryan Police identifies the deceased couple found Monday in their home on Cardinal Drive as Gerald Foust, 70, and his wife, Carolynne Foust, 78. Police responded to the residence after a 911 call indicated there had been a death in the home. The incident remains under investigation through the state’s …

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Hillside Reports Covid Case

In Williams County, Hillside Country Living is reporting its first lab-confirmed case of COVID-19. A staff member at the county-owned nursing, memory care and assisted living facility was confirmed positive for the virus earlier this week. Officials say all staff have been screened daily for COVID-19 and are following all …

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Osborne In Court

Michael Osborne of Wauseon is indicted for counterfeiting, theft and possession of drugs in a Fulton County court room. Prosecutors say Osborne passed a counterfeit obligation or other financial security. They add back in May, he allegedly stole property valued at more than $1,000. The drug charges stem from another …

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