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Jack A. Favourite, 76

Jack A. Favourite, age 76, of Montpelier, Ohio, passed away at 10:48 A.M. on December 3, 2019, at Community Hospitals and Wellness Centers – Bryan, after a brief illness. Mr. Favourite was a member of the Montpelier American Legion Post #109 and the Williams County Gun Club. He enjoyed trap …

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Wilma E. Krill, 94

Wilma E. Krill, age 94, of Cincinnati, Ohio, and a long time Williams County resident, passed away at 10:12 P.M. on Thursday, November 28, 2019, at the Hospice of Southwest Ohio.  Wilma was a homemaker and a member of the First Baptist Church in Bryan. Wilma E. Krill was born …

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Douglas Joel Hall, 51

Douglas Joel Hall, age 51, a lifelong resident of Toledo, Ohio, passed away at 12:12 A.M. on December 2, 2019, at SKLD Healthcare Center in Bryan where he was a resident.  Mr. Hall was a self employed roofing contractor.  He loved music, enjoyed playing the guitar and was an avid …

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Prescott Faces Charges

A Hicksville man is brought in for a November break-in at the Sunoco G-Mart in Antwerp. James Prescott is charged with receiving stolen property. Defiance County deputies searched a W. High Street home in Hicksville. Several items in connection to the burglary were discovered there. Prescott faces the court, this …

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Richcreek Trial Put On Hold

Donald Richcreek, the Oakwood man charged with murder has his case delayed, due to illness of the presiding judge. The pretrial hearing for Richcreek will take place at some point in Paulding County. Richcreek is charged with the Aug. 10 shooting death of his brother. He had previously pled not …

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Cops Dont Buy His Story

A Henry County man is charged with theft after falsifying a robbery report. Zane Lanzer of Liberty Center faces those charges. Officers responded to the scene at the Liberty Main Stop on Ohio 109. Lanzer, the store employee reported that a black male had entered the store and brandished a …

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Arson In Hicksville

State investigators want help in finding out who set fire to an abandoned home in Hicksville on Friday, over on Perry Street. Officials say the house was empty for many years and was in the process of being demolished.

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Kendall Will Appeal

Andrew Kendall, recently convicted on several drug charges will appeal. The Bryan man is set to serve at least 11 years in prison, and as many as 14, under new, more flexible felony sentencing laws. In early October, Kendall was found guilty of possession of methamphetamine, drug trafficking and more. …

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Contractors Law Tardy

A new state law that requires home inspectors in Ohio to be licensed has been delayed. The law will now take effect April 5. State lawmakers approved the legislation in January, and the law had been expected to take effect now. It establishes education and skill requirements and requires applicants …

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New Water Testing Announced

Ohio’s governor is announcing how the state will test for potentially harmful chemicals in the state’s drinking water. The manmade chemicals, known as PFAS, have been turning up in drinking water and some foods across the U.S. The chemicals are used in products ranging from carpeting, cookware, microwave popcorn bags …

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