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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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Charlotte Cox, 97

Charlotte Crossett Staples Cox, 97, died peacefully on Sunday, June 9, 2013, at The Inn at Fountain Park in Bryan where she had been a resident in the memory unit since July 2011. Descended from New Englanders, Charlotte was born on November 3, 1915, in West Trenton, New Jersey, to …

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Sam Koch, 85

Clarence Samuel “Sam” Koch, age 85, of Bryan, Ohio, died at 8:15 P.M. on Monday, June 10, 2013, at Fountain Park Inn and Villas in Bryan, where he was a resident. Mr. Koch was a 1945 graduate of Farmer High School and was employed as a truck driver and station …

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Jill Gallant, 52

Jill Kay Gallant, 52 years, of Bryan, passed away Saturday, June 8, 2013 at the University of Toledo Medical Center after a 3 year battle with cancer.  Jill was born January 22, 1961 in Montpelier, the daughter of Clinton “Clint” and Wanda H. (Lloyd) Fitzenrider.  She was a 1979 graduate of North …

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Art VanCoppenolle, 45

Arthur “Art” E. VanCoppenolle, 45, of Montpelier died Saturday evening at his home.  He was born on October 26, 1967 in Montpelier to Thomas A. and Kathleen (Robarge) VanCoppenolle.  Art graduated from Montpelier High School in 1986. Art worked at a meat processing plant in Napoleon, Ohio. Art is survived by his …

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