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HENRY COMMISSIONERS DISCUSS ELEVATOR PLANS

The Henry County com­mis­sion­ers dis­cussed work on the ele­va­tor at the Henry County cour­t­house at their reg­u­lar meet­ing this week. The com­mis­sion­ers met with rep­re­sen­ta­tives of Tech­ni­cian Design Group to dis­cuss bid spec­i­fi­ca­tions for the reha­bil­i­ta­tion of the ele­va­tor at the cour­t­house. The com­mis­sion­ers also met with Judges Denise McCol­ley …

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SPECIAL MEETING SET FOR WAUSEON

A spe­cial meet­ing of the Wauseon City Coun­cil has been sched­uled for today in the coun­cil cham­bers in Wauseon. Coun­cil will meet to con­sider two leg­isla­tive items, includ­ing a res­o­lu­tion autho­riz­ing the finance direc­tor to amend cer­tain line account appro­pri­a­tions, and another autho­riz­ing the police depart­ment to adopt the Wauseon …

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NEW RIVER CROSSING FOR NAPOLEON GETTING CLOSER

Rep­re­sen­ta­tives with The Man­nik and Smith Group and the Henry County engineer’s office pre­sented res­i­dents, busi­ness­men, and city and county offi­cials, with an update on the pre­ferred alter­na­tive for a new River cross­ing in Napoleon dur­ing a pub­lic forum which was held on Mon­day. The pro­posed cross­ing will pro­vide a …

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E. Jean Good, 94

E. Jean (DeGroff) Good, 94 years, of Bryan, passed away Monday, December 16, 2013 at Community Hospitals and Wellness Centers, Bryan.  Jean was born March 7, 1919 in Williams County, Ohio, the daughter of the late Clarence E. and Florence Belle (Laser) DeGroff.  She was a 1937 graduate of Bryan High School.  She …

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Agencies Move Into East Annex

Today’s the day seven county gov­ern­ment offices will begin mov­ing into the new East Annex offices com­plex. The 14 depart­ment heads of the agen­cies mov­ing in got to tour the build­ing on Mon­day and were excited with the ameni­ties pro­vided by the new facility.

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Bryan Contractor Installing Water Line Beneath Maumee River

Bryan Con­trac­tor S&S Direc­tional Bor­ing is fus­ing together seg­ments of a new water pipeline which will be pulled through a tun­nel bored beneath the Maumee River in Defi­ance. The 20 inch pipe will run 4 feet under the river and should be in place by the end of the month. …

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Fort Wayne Poised for Economic Upturn

Ball State Uni­ver­sity eco­nomic researchers say the most under­val­ued city in the state of Indi­ana is Fort Wayne, and it is more likely for an eco­nomic and devel­op­ment turn­around than other areas of Indi­ana. The aver­age income in Fort Wayne went up 5% last year, faster than the rate in …

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Mega Millions is Won

At least two win­ning tick­ets hit the Mega Mil­lion num­bers. One at a gift shop in San Jose, Cal­i­for­nia, and the other at a news­stand in Atlanta. It is pos­si­ble other win­ners could be announced.

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No White Christmas

The Bryan Times says the long term fore­cast will dash hopes for a white Christ­mas, despite all the snow in recent days. The National Weather Ser­vice in North Web­ster, Indi­ana, says tem­per­a­tures tomor­row will hit forty, and rain later will melt the rest of it by the weekend.

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Mildred Walkup, 93

Mildred E. Walkup, 93, of Pioneer passed away late Sunday night at her home.  She was born on September 2, 1920 in Muncie, Indiana to Wayne O. and Lucille (McKinley) Cook.  Mildred was raised by Carl and Deliah Cook.  She graduated from Pioneer High School in 1938, and then earned her Secretary’s degree …

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