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OPERATION BLUE LIGHT RESULTS ANNOUNCED

The Ohio State High­way Patrol, in con­junc­tion with the Indi­ana State Police say they plan to release results today from the nearly three-month enforce­ment effort dubbed “Oper­a­tion Blue Light” Oper­a­tion Blue Light focused on Inter­state 70 from the West Virginia/Ohio state line to the Indiana/Illinois state line. The effort ran …

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BRYAN MAN SENTENCED IN STALKING AND EXPLOSIVES CASE

A Bryan man was sen­tenced Wednes­day to five years of com­mu­nity con­trol for plant­ing home­made bombs at the home of a Van Wert woman a year ago. Ronald McBride was accused of blow­ing up some­thing and start­ing fires on the front yard of the woman’s home on Zook Road last …

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SCHOOL PLANS REVEALED

Bryan school dis­trict res­i­dents on Wednes­day got to see architect’s ren­der­ings which show the pro­posed grade 6–12 school’s place­ment north of Foun­tain Grove Drive, and illus­trate the approx­i­mate size and design of the struc­ture. Also shown in the plans unveiled yes­ter­day, are the park­ing lots and the traf­fic flow, which …

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BRYAN PD REPORT

Bryan Police say on Tues­day after­noon around 5:43, they arrested 23 year old Joshua E. Yates of Bryan on a bench war­rant out of Bryan Munic­i­pal Court for fail­ing to appear for sen­tenc­ing. Yates was taken to CCNO. On Sat­ur­day around 6:40 PM, Wendy J. Jones of Bryan, was picked …

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EDGERTON BUSINESS UPSETS MANY

Some Edger­ton res­i­dents expressed con­cern Tues­day to Edger­ton Vil­lage Coun­cil about a new busi­ness in town. That busi­ness, accord­ing to The Bryan Times, is Bizarro… a place that sells pot­pourri, a syn­thetic ver­sion of mar­i­juana. Even though vil­lage lead­ers aren’t thrilled with the new shop, they say that what is …

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BRYAN LIGHTS TO COST MORE THAN PROJECTED

The Bryan Board of Pub­lic Affairs on Tues­day, reluc­tantly approved a cost­lier pur­chase of new street­light poles than what was orig­i­nally expected. In July, the board autho­rized pur­chase of new, more mod­ern poles to replace the old poles on a por­tion of South Main Street at a cost of $748 …

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OHIO TEXTING AND DRIVING RECORDS RELEASED

A new tex­ting while dri­ving law took effect in Ohio about a year ago, but so far, it hasn’t had a very big impact across the Buck­eye state. Traf­fic cita­tion sta­tis­tics show there hasn’t been a big upswing in tick­ets for Ohio dri­vers who insist on tex­ting while dri­ving. The …

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INTERSECTION CHANGES THURSDAY IN STEUBEN COUNTY

The Indi­ana Depart­ment of Trans­porta­tion said on Tues­day, that the inter­sec­tion of Indi­ana 1 and Metz Road in Steuben County will become a four-way stop effec­tive Thurs­day, weather per­mit­ting. Stop signs, stop bars and “Stop Sign Ahead” signs will be placed at all approaches to the inter­sec­tion. The state­ment, released …

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LABOR DAY TRAFFIC STATS

This Labor Day week­end, troop­ers were crack­ing down on drug activ­ity and aggres­sive dri­vers. Troop­ers made 263 drug arrests through­out the hol­i­day report­ing period of Mid­night on Fri­day, August 30 through 11:59 p.m. on Mon­day, Sep­tem­ber 2. In addi­tion, aggres­sive dri­ving cita­tions totaled 3,727 dri­vers cited and OVI arrests came …

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WEEKEND AUCTION SUCCESSFUL

The annual Auc­tions Amer­ica Labor Day auc­tion at Auburn, Indi­ana took place over the Labor Day week­end, get­ting under­way on Thurs­day and run­ning through Sun­day. More than 1,100 vehi­cles were auc­tioned off. The huge event also fea­tured celebrity auto­graph sign­ings, a car cor­ral and a swap meet.

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