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SENIOR FAIR IN DEFIANCE

Defi­ance County seniors are all invited for a healthy and infor­ma­tive Tues­day at the Health Expo. The expo will be held tomor­row from 9 a.m.-2 p.m. at the Defi­ance County Senior Cen­ter at 140 E. Broad­way Ave. in Defi­ance. The Health Expo is a free heath fair with a con­ti­nen­tal …

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THINGS ARE HAPPENING TODAY

The vil­lage of Pauld­ing build­ing and grounds com­mit­tee will meet to dis­cuss build­ings and prop­er­ties at 5:15 this after­noon in the coun­cil room of the munic­i­pal build­ing. The Wauseon City Coun­cil will meet this after­noon in the coun­cil cham­bers, 230 Clin­ton St., Wauseon. The meet­ing begins at 5 p.m. The …

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TORNADOES CONFIRMED BY NWS

The National Weather Ser­vice in north­ern Indi­ana has con­firmed three tor­na­does in Henry County from last week’s storm. The first tor­nado was con­firmed one mile north of Ham­ler where a barn was destroyed. The tor­nado, at 11:59 p.m. Wednes­day, was rated an EF-0 with an esti­mated wind speed of 85 …

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Holly Yeich, 46

Holly A. Yeich, 46, of Montpelier died late Wednesday evening at Parkview Regional Medical Center in Fort Wayne, Indiana.  She was born on January 24, 1967 in Montpelier to Robert D. “Buck”, Sr., and Wendy E. (Edwards) Taylor.  Holly graduated from Montpelier High School in 1985. Holly worked at Pioneer Custom Moldings …

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NORTHWEST WATER DISTRICT FACING DIFFICULT DECISION

The North­west Water Dis­trict is fac­ing a dif­fi­cult deci­sion. It may have to return a $496,000 state grant if a water plant con­tin­ues to sit idle. It the plant goes into pro­duc­tion on the other hand, the dis­trict will lose more than $28,000 per year. The $496,000 came from a …

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BRYAN JUBILEE NEXT WEEK

For more than 65 years, The Bryan Jubilee has been held. This year it will return to the square on Tues­day for another five-day run. The Bryan Times reports that return­ing to the Jubilee this year after a short hia­tus is the laser light show on Fri­day and Sat­ur­day. New …

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WEST UNITY PAVING PROJECT HITS DELAY

Repaving of the south half of U.S. 127 at West Unity has been delayed. ODOT says it needs to replace a 36-inch diam­e­ter drainage tile which crosses under the road near the cor­ner of 127 and U.S. 20-A. ODOT reports that the bro­ken tile has caused an under­ground sink­hole. Mean­while, …

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HICKSVILLE GIANT GARAGE SALE KICKS OFF

Hicksville’s 12th annual com­mu­nity garage sale is this week­end. The sale will take place through­out the entire town today and Sat­ur­day from 9 a.m.-6 p.m. Some how­ever, say they will open before 9am for the early birds. This year, about 50 are tak­ing part dur­ing the two-day period. Although the …

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PLEA IN DEFIANCE

A man entered pleas to six felonies Thurs­day in Defi­ance County Com­mon Pleas Court, includ­ing an aggra­vated rob­bery charge. 19 year old Stephon Davis of Defi­ance pleaded guilty to aggra­vated rob­bery; and four counts of bur­glary; and no con­test to ille­gal use of a minor in nudity-oriented mate­r­ial. He already …

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BATTERY THEFTS REPORTED IN PAULDING

The Pauld­ing County Sheriff’s Office is inves­ti­gat­ing reports of bat­ter­ies being stolen out of farm trac­tors and barns in the area. Offi­cers say there is a sus­pect and vehi­cle descrip­tion in one of those thefts. The sus­pect is a white male with a heavy build, tat­toos on his neck and …

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