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Craig J. Rigelman, 55

Craig J. Rigelman, 55, of Montpelier, passed away unexpectedly on July 30, 2019 in Sidney, OH. He was born on March 12, 1964 in Hillsdale, MI to Clarence J. and Kay E. (Millard) Rigelman. Craig graduated from Montpelier High School. Craig enjoyed his work as a truck driver, which allowed …

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An Effort Well Done

Two local teams of junior high and high school students earn top honors at a robotics competition, earning one team a trip to the Johnson Space Center in Houston. The high school team, Cryptic Cyborgs, consisting of students from Bryan, Wauseon, Delta, Napoleon and Archbold, is based out of Northwest …

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Pesticide Disposal Day Set

The Ohio Department of Agriculture will be sponsoring a collection for farmers wishing to dispose of unwanted pesticides on August 21 from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. at the Fulton County OSU Extension Office on State Route 108 in Wauseon. The pesticide collection and disposal service is free of charge, …

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New Drug Facility Opens

The state of Ohio plans to open a facility that will assist local police with drug trafficking investigations. Officials announced the creation of the Ohio Narcotics Intelligence Center, which will be part of the Department of Public Safety. The intel center will have offices in Columbus and one near Cleveland. …

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Injury Accident On 69

A four vehicle crash shuts down Interstate-69 in both lanes for a time. Officials say the accident happened in DeKalb County near County Road 11-A in Auburn, along mile marker 326. Traffic was snarled for over an hour. The crash sent at least 3 people to hospital. They say driver …

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Ohio Honors Kreischer

Gov. DeWine has ordered flags in parts of the state lowered to half-staff to honor an Ohio soldier killed in Afghanistan. This…at all public buildings and grounds throughout Williams County and at the Ohio Statehouse, the Vern Riffe Center and the Rhodes State Office Tower in Columbus. The order honoring …

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Saneholtz Moves On

After two years as Edgerton Elementary principal, Brent Saneholtz has resigned and a new administrator has been hired in his place. Saneholtz is departing for a job as an educational consultant at the Northwest Ohio Educational Service Center in Archbold. Prior to his time at Edgerton, Saneholtz served in a …

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Changes Made To Disaster Declaration

While not initially included as receiving disaster declaration for farmers from the United States Department of Agriculture, a second declaration was issued by the department, covering both Williams and Fulton counties. According to an estimate from the Williams County Farm Service Agency, 70 percent of corn acres in the county …

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Execution Drugs A Problem In Columbus

Ohio is still struggling to find supplies of lethal injection drugs amid fears it could be cut off from drugs needed for medicinal purposes…if their makers learn they’re also being used for executions. That has left the fate of executions in the near future in limbo. They have been on …

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Viola Pressler, 92

Viola Pressler, 92, of Montpelier passed away on July 31, 2019 at Fountain Park Inn and Villas in Bryan. She was born on January 7, 1927 to R. Earl Robison and Blanche (Hilton) Robison. Viola graduated from North Central High School. On October 27, 1946 she married Richard E. Pressler …

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