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Napoleon Accepts Resignation

Napoleon City Coun­cil on Mon­day evening, accepted the res­ig­na­tion of Coun­cil­man Patrick McCol­ley fol­low­ing his sub­mis­sion of a let­ter of res­ig­na­tion to the city on Feb. 26. The per­son­nel com­mit­tee will meet this evening at 6:30 to dis­cuss it, and also, accord­ing to the Cres­cent News, to review appli­ca­tions for …

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Williams Board Of Elections Meets

The Williams County Board of Elec­tions held their reor­ga­ni­za­tional meet­ing on Mon­day. Scott Tow­ers if North­west Town­ship, will serve as the board’s chair­man. Spring­field Town­ship res­i­dent Jeff Erb will serve as vice chair­man. Paul Dug­gan of Bryan and Mark Fox of Spring­field Town­ship were re-appointed as board mem­bers. Stephanie Shook …

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Electric Rates May Increase

Bryan Util­i­ties Direc­tor Brian Car­lin told the Bryan Board of Pub­lic Affairs Tues­day, that the extreme cold weather, along with other market-driven con­di­tions have increased Bryan Munic­i­pal Util­i­ties’ power sup­ply costs. That means that some cus­tomers may have higher elec­tric bills than usual. Accord­ing to The Bryan Times, Car­lin said …

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Jobs In Auburn

Tech­nol­ogy Solu­tions, Inc., a firm spe­cial­iz­ing in med­ical soft­ware and archery equip­ment, announced plans today to expand its oper­a­tions in Steuben County, cre­at­ing up to 26 new jobs by 2016. The com­pany says it will invest $1.89 mil­lion to pur­chase, ren­o­vate and equip a 20,280 square-foot facil­ity in Ash­ley. The …

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Bryan Police Arrest Man Already In Jail

Bryan City Police say on Mon­day they nabbed 27 year old Jason A. Gon­za­les of Port­land Street in Bryan. Gon­za­les wasn’t dif­fi­cult to find… he was already locked up at CCNO when offi­cers dis­cov­ered that he had a war­rant out of Bryan Munic­i­pal Court. Police served him the war­rant and …

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Edgerton Council President Quits

The res­ig­na­tion of Edgerton’s coun­cil pres­i­dent was announced at Mon­day night’s reg­u­lar meet­ing. The Bryan Times reports that the Mayor asked coun­cil to “regret­fully accept” the res­ig­na­tion of Coun­cil Pres­i­dent Trevor Weaver, who had served on coun­cil since 2006. Weaver had just been re-elected for another two-year term in Novem­ber. …

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Gonzales Resigns

A res­ig­na­tion in Williams County. County com­mis­sion­ers on Mon­day, accepted a let­ter of res­ig­na­tion from Anthony Gon­za­les, effec­tive April first. Gon­za­les worked in the Depart­ment of aging main­te­nance and trans­porta­tion. His res­ig­na­tion states that he is step­ping down in order to retire.

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Bryan Tax Discussed

At Monday’s Bryan Coun­cil meet­ing, coun­cil mem­bers and the mayor dis­cussed the ½ per­cent income tax levy Bryan vot­ers will be asked to replace. They say it’s noth­ing new… It’s been in place since 1986 and has been renewed every 9 ½ years. The tax, accord­ing to the Bryan Times, …

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Blood Drive Set For Next Tuesday

Mark your cal­en­dar. The Henry County Amer­i­can Red Cross will hold a blood drive next Tues­day, March 11th, at the Napoleon Moose Lodge on Oak­wood Avenue, Napoleon. This blood drive is spon­sored by the Amer­i­can Can­cer Soci­ety. Walk-ins are wel­come. To sched­ule an appoint­ment, call 800-RED-CROSS. After the tough win­ter …

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Tom Pryslak, 66

Thomas M. “Tom” Pryslak, 66 years, of Pioneer, passed away Sunday, March 2, 2014 at Community Hospitals and Wellness Centers, Bryan after a sudden illness.  Tom was born September 5, 1947 in Elmira, New York, the son of Steve and Mary (Opper) Pryslak.  He was a 1965 graduate of Thomas Edison High …

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