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BRYAN PD MAKE SEVERAL ARRESTS

Bryan Police arrested a man from Bryan on Tues­day. 22 year old Logan Smith of Beech Street was picked up on a shoplift­ing charge. Smith was released after pro­cess­ing. Also on Tue­day, Bryan PD nabbed 35 year old Jed Apger of Cherry Street in Bryan. Apger was arrested on an …

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SPRING ON THE FARM SET FOR THIS WEEKEND

With baby ani­mals, fes­tive music, and many hands-on expe­ri­ences — Spring on the Farm con­tin­ues to be a favorite event for fam­i­lies to enjoy together! On Sat­ur­day, May 11 guests will be wash­ing win­dows, mak­ing rope, plant­ing beets and churn­ing but­ter to cel­e­brate Spring at Sauder Vil­lage!

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WILLIAMS COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY NAMES NEW EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

For the past eight years, Pam Schroeder has been the office admin­is­tra­tor with United Way of Williams County. Now she’s step­ping into a new posi­tion as exec­u­tive direc­tor of the Williams County His­tor­i­cal Soci­ety. Schroeder’s appoint­ment was announced dur­ing Wednesday’s Bryan Kiwa­nis Club meet­ing. The Bryan Times reports that Schroeder …

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WILLIAMS COUNTY HABITAT TO BREAK GROUND

Habi­tat for Human­ity of Williams County soon will have a new home under con­struc­tion. The group announces that they will be break­ing ground on their first home in Edger­ton. A cer­e­mony will take place at noon next Tues­day, May 14, at the build­ing site which is at 417 N. Oak …

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CANDIDATES MEET FILING DEADLINE

Many can­di­dates locally met Monday’s fil­ing dead­line for Inde­pen­dents seek­ing office in the Novem­ber elec­tion. In Henry County, two incum­bent Repub­li­cans (Travis Sheaf­fer and Jim Her­sh­berger) have cho­sen to run as Inde­pen­dents for Napoleon City Coun­cil. Chal­lenger Heather Wil­son also filed as an Inde­pen­dent and Repub­li­can write-in John Tassler has …

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NO SIDEWALK CHALK ALLOWED IN DEFIANCE

It’s entirely con­sti­tu­tional… That’s how Defi­ance Law Direc­tor David Williams por­trayed Defiance’s side­walk ordi­nance at Tues­day night’s Defi­ance City Coun­cil Meet­ing. Williams told coun­cil that the city’s ordi­nance pro­hibit­ing “paint­ing” on side­walks is “entirely con­sti­tu­tional,” and indi­cated that the word “paint­ing” is a verb refer­ring to the act of inscrib­ing …

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BRIDGE CLOSED THIS MORNING

The bridge on Town­ship Road 17, approx­i­mately 6/10 mile north of US 6 near Bryan is sched­uled to be closed this morn­ing. This clo­sure is for repairs of the bridge which may take at least a week. Dri­vers should plan alter­nate routes.

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WILLIAMS COUNTY POLL RESULTS

Both of the issues appear­ing on Tuesday’s spe­cial elec­tion bal­lot in Williams County were approved by vot­ers. The Williams Soil and Water Con­ser­va­tion Dis­trict levy for 0.4 mills will col­lect $271,000 each year and was approved by more than a 57% mar­gin. A Millcreek-West Unity Local School Dis­trict emer­gency levy …

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SPANGLER CANDY WELL APPROVED

By a three to one mar­gin, The Bryan Board of Pub­lic Affairs voted Tues­day to allow Span­gler Candy Co. to replace a fail­ing 1940 water well with a new well. Accord­ing to the Bryan Times, by lan­guage in the agree­ment, Span­gler acknowl­edges that in case of emer­gency, the com­pany “will …

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NAPOLEON SAYS NO TO TAX

Napoleon Area School Dis­trict vot­ers Tues­day turned down a 1/2 per­cent earned income tax by a 53% major­ity. The district’s deficit spend­ing in fis­cal 2012 is pro­jected to increase each year through fis­cal year 2017. That’s when pro­jec­tions call for the dis­trict to go broke. The tax, had it been …

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