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Barbara Ann Weber, 84

Barbara Ann Weber, age 84, of Wauseon passed away late Monday August 19, 2013 in her home surrounded by her loving family. Prior to her retirement, she was a dental assistant and after that along with her husband Richard “Jim” Weber, owned and operated the former Weber Plumbing and Heating …

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Coralee Hoste, 83

Coralee M. Hoste, age 83, of Wauseon, passed away Monday, August 19, 2013 at Fulton Manor in Wauseon. Prior to her retirement she had worked at Perfection Finishers and the former Sheller-Globe in Wauseon. She had also been a cook at Smith’s Restaurant, near Wauseon. Coralee was born in Wauseon …

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WILLIAMS GRAND JURY HANDS DOWN INDICTMENTS

A Williams County Grand Jury has handed down indict­ments against a num­ber of peo­ple on var­i­ous charges. Indict­ments were handed down Tues­day against: Jes­sica L. War­ren of Edger­ton; Edward S. R. Ramirez of Bryan; Sammy C. Brown of Mont­pe­lier; Tim­o­thy L. Dull of Hamil­ton, Indi­ana; Christo­pher D. Ervin of But­ler, …

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INDIANA MEN FACE ADDITIONAL INDICTMENTS

Two men from Indi­ana who were already charged with car thefts from Williams County, and allegedly cook­ing meth, were indicted Tues­day on more charges. The Williams County grand jury list of indict­ments released Tues­day includes 24 year old Tim­o­thy Dull of Hamil­ton, Indi­ana, and 22 year old Christo­pher Ervin of …

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SHERIFF’S SHORTFALL PREDICTED

Accord­ing to the Bryan Times, the Williams County Sheriff’s Office could be over bud­get by the end of the year. Williams County Com­mis­sion­ers addressed their con­cerns in an open let­ter to the Sher­iff on Mon­day. That let­ter said that based on a review con­ducted July 31st, nine bud­getary line items …

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STREET FAIR PLANNED

The Bryan First Church of Christ is host­ing a street fair for kids in the church’s park­ing lot between the library and the church and on Wal­nut Street between 11 a.m. and 2 p.m Sat­ur­day. Wal­nut Street will be closed between High and Bryan streets for the fair. Every­thing will …

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MOTORCYCLE CRASH INJURES THREE

Three peo­ple were injured in a motor­cy­cle crash in Henry County on Mon­day evening. The Henry County Sheriff’s Office reports the crash hap­pened at about 8PM at East and Plum streets, when a motor­cy­cle dri­ven by 31 year old Toby Borstel­man of Lib­erty Cen­ter ran into the rear of a …

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FAKE MONEY REPORTED IN THE AREA

Some funny money has turned up in the area, and busi­nesses are not laugh­ing. Sev­eral Pauld­ing County busi­nesses, espe­cially gas sta­tions, have found some coun­ter­feit $20 bills in their tills. The cur­rency looks and feels dif­fer­ently, the color is a lit­tle darker and the cut around the edge in uneven, …

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Paul O’Brien, Jr., 70

Paul E. O’Brien, Jr., age 70, of Bryan, Ohio, died at 12:20 A.M. on Monday, August 19, 2013, shortly after admittance to Community Hospitals and Wellness Centers in Bryan. Mr. O’Brien attended Gahanna High School and upon moving to Bryan worked as a draftsman for Bryan Metals, retiring in 2000 …

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Mike Huard, 78

Basil M. “Mike” Huard, age 78, of Edon, Ohio, died on Saturday, August 17, 2013, at Park View Nursing Center in Edgerton, Ohio, where he was a patient. He was a 1952 graduate of Edon High School and worked for Siebenaler Equipment for over thirty years and then for Thiel …

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