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BUSINESSMAN DEAD

A well known area busi­ness­man is dead. The Bryan Times is report­ing that 62 year old Jim Thomp­son, founder of Thomp­son Con­struc­tion, died Mon­day at Parkview Regional Med­ical Cen­ter in Fort Wayne fol­low­ing a sud­den ill­ness. Thomp­son was born in Wauseon, grew up in West Unity and grad­u­ated from Bryan …

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DOG SAVES NAPOLEON WOMAN’S LIFE

A Napoleon woman is with­out a home after a fire early Tues­day morn­ing, but her life may have been saved by her dog. Flames were vis­i­ble at 12:20am Tues­day when crews from Napoleon Fire Depart­ment arrived at the Erie Street home of Car­olyn Miller. Miller and her dog, Casper, were …

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PAULDING BARN RAISIN’ ON THE HORIZON

The Pauld­ing County Fair­grounds may soon have some new barns. Work is under­way to replace the barns that house the poul­try, sheep, goats and swine. An anony­mous $100,000 match­ing dona­tion has been given toward the $250,000 project which will really help the efforts. The three build­ings will each be gain­ing …

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DAIRY DAYS ARE HERE AGAIN

Take time to cel­e­brate the rich agri­cul­tural his­tory and rural her­itage of North­west Ohio dur­ing the Dairy Days and Trac­tor Event at Sauder Vil­lage. Guests of all ages are invited to enjoy life on the farm dur­ing Dairy Days from June 11–16. Sauder’s Kim Krieger explains…KIM KRIEGER – 2013 DAIRY …

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BRYAN POLICE ARREST A MAN

Bryan Police say they arrested 28 year old Daryl Housh of Napoleon on a war­rant out of Bryan Munic­i­pal Court. Housh is charged with fail­ing to com­plete first timers pro­gram and fail­ing to pay fines. He was served and remained at CCNO.

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CONVICTED CAT KILLING COP RECEIVES FURTHER DISCIPLINE

Stryker Police Chief Steve Schlosser, already sen­tenced in court, received addi­tional dis­ci­pline from vil­lage coun­cil at their meet­ing Mon­day for his involve­ment in the killing of stray cats. The chief had been fined $500 plus court costs after plead­ing no con­test to a first-degree mis­de­meanor May 24. Yes­ter­day, Stryker Vil­lage …

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EDGERTON HOUSE FIRE LEAVES DAMAGES OF $100,000

Fire severely dam­aged an Edger­ton home Mon­day morn­ing The blaze started just before 6am at 02867 County Road 6. The home was a total loss at an esti­mated $100,000. The Bryan Times reports that the build­ing was insured, but the renters were not. No one was injured. Julio Machado and …

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BRYAN OFFICIALS DISCUSS THE MASTER PLAN FOR SCHOOLS

The Bryan City Schools dis­trict is look­ing at a 7.45-mill, 28-year bond issue to con­sol­i­date all its stu­dents at one site. The Bryan Times reports that the board reached that deci­sion fol­low­ing Mon­day evening’s pub­lic forum. The bond issue would fund the local share, which would in turn, be sup­ple­mented …

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BRYAN BAND CONCERT TO COMMEMORATE HARTMAN’S 100TH

This week’s Bryan City Band con­cert is being held in honor of the late John Hartman’s 100th birth­day. Hart­man directed the band from 1962 until he retired in 2009. Hart­man died last Novem­ber 8th. Band offi­cials say the con­cert will begin at 8 p.m. Wednes­day on the square. In the …

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BEWARE OF FRAUDULANT CHECKS IN THE AREA

Mid­west Com­mu­nity Fed­eral Credit Union says four new accounts have been opened with fraud­u­lent checks. All of the newly opened accounts were opened with new Ohio non dri­ver IDs and fraud­u­lent pay­roll checks from known local busi­nesses. The checks were drawn off of Chase and Bank of Amer­ica and were …

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