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Mac and Cheese is Headed Our Way

It sure looks like a lot of macaroni and cheese is headed our way. According to The Bryan Times, the United Way of Williams County is going to host a massive “food packaging event” March 1 in the Bryan Middle School. The United way plans to package 50,000 meals in …

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Ohio State Police Report

Ohio State Police report that at least one person was injured Thursday afternoon when a semi-rig swerved off the westbound lane of the Ohio Turnpike, slid into the median, went over an embankment, and then got wedged between the overpasses on County Road 15. A number of tow trucks were …

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Sharon Oliver, 76

Sharon D. Oliver, 76 years, of Angola, passed away Wednesday, January 15, 2014 in her home with her family at her side.  Sharon was born on October 23, 1937 in Warsaw, Indiana, the daughter of the late Dale T. and Weltha (Jordan) Hughes.  She married Paul D. Oliver on August 21, 1954 …

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Ralph Hollingshead, 81

Ralph Edwin Hollingshead, 81 years, of West Unity passed away Tuesday, January 14, 2014 at St. Joseph Hospital, Fort Wayne, Indiana.  Born August 31, 1932 in Archbold, Ohio to Alta (Durham) and E.P. Hollingshead.  He graduated from West Unity High School in 1950.  Ralph married Ann Altman on August 22, 1954.  He attended The …

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Margaret Alvaney, 90

Margaret P. Alvaney, 90 years, of Bryan, passed away Wednesday, January 15, 2014 at The Inns and Villas at Fountain Park, where she was a resident.  Margaret was born May 18, 1923 in Laurel, Mississippi, the daughter of the late Roderick and Lula (Locke) Pittman.  Margaret was a 1940 graduate of George …

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Seldon Schad, 88

Seldon W. Schad, age 88, of Bryan, Ohio, died Wednesday, January 15, 2014, at his residence. Mr. Schad was a 1943 graduate of Ney High School and a US Army veteran of World War II. He worked at Libby Glass in Rossford, Bryan Welding Shop, was Plant Manager at Pepsi …

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Delta Woman Pled Guilty

A woman from Delta pled guilty Tuesday to the attempted murder of her own son. Fulton County Prosecutors say 57 year old Candis Sherman pled guilty to attempted aggravated murder with a firearm specification in connection with a shooting last July at Sherman’s home when a 15-year-old boy was flown …

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Costs Of Snow Removal Are Rising

The costs are still piling up and the bills are still coming in for snow removal from the last storm. While the total hasn’t been reached yet, officials so far say the figures are in the millions of dollars. Following the dumping of up to almost a foot and a …

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Fire Alarm At Defiance College’s McReynolds Hall

A fire alarm at Defiance College’s McReynolds Hall Wednesday morning has been attributed to a small fire in a stairwell which was already extinguished by the time crews arrived. The Defiance Fire Department says there was no significant damage to the building and no injuries were reported. An investigator from …

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Death of a Napoleon Native Being Treated As Homicide

According to the Lucas County Coroner’s Office, the death of a Napoleon native now is being treated as a homicide. 22 year old Austin Carr died July 20 after suffering injuries in a 2011 assault in Sandusky. Austin was first treated, following the assault, for a closed head wound and …

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