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Taylor Trial Update

A former Bryan dog groomer, caught abusing pets on video last summer, is found guilty in a Fulton County courtroom. Theresa Taylor faced five counts of cruelty to a companion animal. The jury of eight men and four women deliberated for over three hours before returning the guilty verdict. She …

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Solo Crash On The Turnpike

A truck driver ends up with minor injuries in a solo crash on the Ohio Turnpike, west of Wauseon. Officials say the dump truck, driven by Edward White of Toledo was eastbound at Mile Post 30.3…when he noticed the bed of the truck was raising. It then hits the County …

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Masks On In OH

A day after a statewide address pushing the importance of personal responsibility in combating the coronavirus, Gov. DeWine orders nearly 60% of Ohioans to wear a mask in public…as the state reports 1,290 positive cases, with 28 deaths and 115 virus-related hospitalizations…more than double what they were last month…as the …

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Dale F. Krill, 89

Dale F. Krill, age 89, of Edgerton, Ohio, passed away at 5:10 P.M. on Wednesday, July 15, 2020, at Community Health Professionals Inpatient Hospice near Defiance, Ohio, after a brief illness.  Mr. Krill was a 1949 graduate of Edgerton High School and also was a graduate of The Ohio State …

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New Covid Cases In DKC

DeKalb County Health Department officials confirm two new cases of COVID-19, there. The two patients are a 41-year-old who is recovering at home and a 39-year-old. It brings the county’s total to 172 cases, this after Steuben County saw another death caused by the virus this week. DeKalb County reports …

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Easements Approved

The Ohio Department of Agriculture announces Fulton County is among 25 counties approved for local sponsors to purchase agricultural easements on 39 family farms, representing 5,012 acres. To be eligible for the program, farms must be larger than 40 acres or next to a preserved farm. Landowners may use the …

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OH On Quarantine List

States once hard-hit by the coronavirus have now ordered a quarantine mandate for visitors from Ohio as the number of reported daily cases in the state continues to push over 1,000. Visitors traveling from Ohio to New York, New Jersey or Connecticut must quarantine for 14 days to help prevent …

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Research Fraud Uncovered

A medical researcher and professor, who had been working most recently at Ohio State University, is facing federal charges in what prosecutors say was a sophisticated scheme to transfer U.S.-backed research to China. Song Guo Zheng and his research groups secured more than $4.3 million dollars in grants from the …

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Schools Reset In Montpelier

The Montpelier School Board approves a school restart plan. It’s a short, one-page idea that can be viewed online at the school’s website. It is also subject to change at a moment’s notice. The plan includes transporting two students per seat on a bus, with siblings allowed three per seat. …

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Culver Case Update

A sentencing hearing for a former Bryan resident, accused of trying to hire a hitman to kill a Williams County Job & Family Services employee, is postponed. David Culver, the Fountain, Florida man, pled guilty in November 2019 to one count of use of interstate commerce facilities in the commission …

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