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EDON GETS AN ARMORED TRUCK!

The vil­lage of Edon now has some­thing unique… an armored vehi­cle. That’s right, Edon now has an armored truck. The truck came at no cost from the gov­ern­ment, but accord­ing to the Bryan Times, it did come with some con­tro­versy. At Mon­day night’s meet­ing, Edon Vil­lage Coun­cil was informed that …

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BRYAN SCHOOL BOARD OFFICIALLY ACCEPTS GRANT. NOW IT’S UP TO THE VOTERS

The Bryan City Board of Edu­ca­tion on Mon­day, voted to offi­cially accept the Ohio School Facil­i­ties Commission’s con­di­tional award of $18.88 mil­lion which will go toward a new grade 6–12 school and remod­eled mid­dle school for grades pre-K-5. Now, the vot­ers will decide on Novem­ber 5th whether or not to …

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NORTH CENTRAL FINANCES LOOK GOOD

Some good news Mon­day for the North Cen­tral Board of Edu­ca­tion regard­ing dis­trict finances. The five-year fore­cast was pre­sented and shows rev­enues exceed­ing expen­di­tures for the com­ing four years, with deficit spend­ing fore­cast in the fifth year, but with a car­ry­over bal­ance. School offi­cials say it’s all because per­son­nel costs …

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HOME-SCHOOLERS IN HILLTOP CAN PLAY

Good news for home­schooled stu­dents at Hill­top. Those stu­dents are now eli­gi­ble to par­tic­i­pate in extracur­ric­u­lar activ­i­ties. At Monday’s reg­u­lar meet­ing, the Millcreek-West Unity Board of Edu­ca­tion approved an amend­ment to the Hill­top High School and Junior High School’s student-athletic hand­book, which will also apply to all applic­a­ble Millcreek-West Unity …

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TOLEDO EDISON EXPLAINS WEEKEND POWER OUTAGE

The power was out for some cus­tomers in our area over this past week­end. Toledo Edi­son says more than 7,000 cus­tomers from the Defiance-Holgate areas were with­out power Sun­day evening due to an equip­ment fail­ure. It hap­pened around 7 p.m. when an insu­la­tor failed at the Rich­land sub­sta­tion along U.S. …

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BRYAN PD REPORT

Bryan Police say that on Sat­ur­day, Sarah G. Rroz of Bryan, was arrested for OVI and Speed. She was released. Also, on Sat­ur­day, Holly Kast of Bryan, was arrested for Abuse of Harm­ful Intox­i­cants. She was served with her charge and released; Don Shan­non of Bryan, was arrested for Abuse …

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SENIOR SEMINAR SET

With equal empha­sis on the rewards com­ing with new inter­ests and the know-how to unlock skills for every­day use of dig­i­tal, hand– held devices like smart­phones and dig­i­tal cam­eras, Sem­i­nar Fifty at the Cen­ter for Life­long Learn­ing offers area adults 55 plus an unusual oppor­tu­nity on Sep­tem­ber 27. In the …

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NEW SUPERINTENDENT GETTING SETTLED IN

Vicki Brunn is the new super­in­ten­dent of the Cen­tral Local School Dis­trict, and already she says she feels right at home here. Brunn says she was born in Elwood, Pa.,but spent part of her for­ma­tive years in Find­lay. Her fam­ily then spent years in Ney, Edon and Desh­ler before mov­ing …

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HUSTED MAKES PUTNAM APPOINTMENTS

Sec­re­tary of State Jon Husted on Fri­day appointed Anthony Wobler and Carla Tooman as mem­bers of the Put­nam County Board of Elec­tions. Wobler and Tooman will com­plete the unex­pired terms of Ann Dillinger and Mar­tin Kuhlman, who were recently removed from the board by Husted after being found to have …

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FAMILY TAKEN BY FLAMES

A fam­ily in Tif­fin is mourn­ing the loss of six lives, includ­ing five chil­dren, who died in a fire early Sun­day morn­ing. Police iden­ti­fied the vic­tims as 25 year old Tim­o­thy Fresch, along with his son, 2-yr-old Dominic Fresch and his girl­friend Anna Angel’s four daugh­ters 3-yr-old Sun­shine Huey, 4-yr-old …

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