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WEST UNITY VOTES FOR NEW TRUCK

West Unity Vil­lage Coun­cil voted unan­i­mously Thurs­day night to move for­ward towards the pur­chase of a used vac­tor truck. The 1994 truck will cost the vil­lage $105,000, and will be used for sewer clean­ing and leaf pickup. It replaces a 1980 model that has been in use for around 16 …

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REMEMBERING THE WOLFMAN

It’s been almost 40 years since a “wolf­man” was reported to be run­ning around loose in Defi­ance. Since then, the wolf­man or were­wolf of Defi­ance has got­ten a lot of atten­tion, which has now increased in the Inter­net age. A search of wolf­man and Defi­ance, Ohio, pulls up many pages. …

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BRYAN PD REPORT

A West Unity man was arrested Wednes­day by Bryan Police. 26 year old Daniel Gip­ple was picked up on a war­rant out of Bowl­ing Green Munic­i­pal Court. Gip­ple was also charged by Bryan Police for pos­ses­sion of drug para­pher­na­lia and abuse of harm­ful intoxicants.

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NEW OFFERING FROM QUADCO

Quadco is now offer­ing some­thing brand new. “The Ride,” is now being offered to peo­ple not typ­i­cally served by Quadco. The new pro­gram offers trans­porta­tion to Williams County res­i­dents in need of… well, a ride. Here’s how it works. Peo­ple sim­ply call 888–982-1011 at least 24 hours in advance for …

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ANTIQUE TRACTOR SHOW AT FAIRGROUNDS

The Annual Antique Trac­tor Show will be held on the Williams County Fair­grounds this Fri­day, Sat­ur­day and Sun­day. This year marks the 23rd annual trac­tor show. There will be a parade start­ing at 5pm on Sat­ur­day. Also included in the line up this year is a chicken bar­be­cue Fri­day after­noon …

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WILLIAMS CRASH WITH INJURY

The Williams County Sheriff’s Office reports that one per­son was injured and taken by heli­copter to an area hos­pi­tal fol­low­ing a one-car crash Wednes­day after­noon around 4pm on Ohio 191 about a quar­ter mile south of Stryker. First respon­ders were called out to the acci­dent, includ­ing Stryker Fire Depart­ment, Williams …

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NAPOLEON APPROVES LEVY RESOLUTION

The Napoleon Area Board of Edu­ca­tion voted unan­i­mously on Wednes­day to approve the sec­ond of two required res­o­lu­tions to place a 2.9-mill, five-year prop­erty tax levy on the Nov. 5 bal­lot. The pro­posed levy would cost the owner of a $100,000 home an addi­tional $101 per year. It will be …

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CONTINENTAL MOVES COBLE UP

Con­ti­nen­tal assis­tant fis­cal offi­cer Shelly Coble has been moved up to full-time fis­cal offi­cer. The move came dur­ing a short Con­ti­nen­tal Vil­lage Coun­cil meet­ing Tues­day. For­mer fis­cal offi­cer Susan Gibbs requested the change, say­ing she needed some per­sonal time and will serve as an assis­tant to Coble. Gibbs also asked …

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Muriel Tuttle, 92

Muriel H. Tuttle, 92 years, of Bryan, passed away Tuesday, July 23, 2013 at Hillside Country Living, where she was a resident.  Muriel was born February 7, 1921 in Waldoboro, Maine, the daughter of the late Kenneth and Ethel (Foss) Ham.  Muriel was a graduate of Rochester High School in Rochester New …

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QUADCO CLASSIC SHOW SUCCESSFUL

A recent cruise-in held by Quadco Reha­bil­i­ta­tion Cen­ter fea­tured a good turnout of clas­sic cars Bill Priest, direc­tor of mar­ket­ing, said dur­ing Tuesday’s meet­ing that he was pleased with the turnout at the cruise-in. He reported that there were 26 dri­vers who reg­is­tered, and many of the peo­ple Quadco serves …

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