Recent Posts

Bush Will Not Speak At TU

Presidential daughter, Barbara Pierce Bush cancels her planned commencement address at Trine University. The college announced the daughter of George W. Bush pulled out of the address planned for Saturday because of a family health emergency. The university says Lt. Gov. Suzanne Crouch now will deliver the commencement address. Crouch …

Read More »

Yost Takes Blame For Video

Ohio’s attorney general removes a publicly funded video from his state website after a Columbus newspaper reports it was linked to a campaign fundraising email. Dave Yost, a Republican elected last November, concedes the video’s inclusion “sends a wrong message.” Yost says he takes full responsibility for his campaign staff …

Read More »

Tragic Crash In Steuben Co.

Three people die in a Steuben County car crash. Investigators tell reporters a 6 year old and 18 month old, both of Montpelier, were killed in the accident. A third person, Stephanie Hogan of Auburn also died. Patricia Bittle was on Steuben County Road 800 South. She stopped at a …

Read More »

Serious Accident On 24

A man dies behind the wheel on Highway 24 in Henry County. Officials say Edward McCray of Farmington Hills was flown to Mercy St. Vincent’s in Toledo, in critical condition. McCray’s semi was eastbound on 24 when it left the roadway, through a guardrail…down an embankment. It rolled before hitting …

Read More »

Kendallville Standoff Ends Well

A standoff at a N. Riley Street address in Kendallville ends peacefully. Officials say officers talked with a man at the house when he pulled out a handgun and threatened to use it. That’s when police set up a standoff. The man fired several rounds and Indiana State Police…that’s when …

Read More »

BPD Recognized In Chambers

Bryan Police Chief, Michael Willis took time during the city council meeting to recognize and commend several officers. BPD was on scene Dec. 12, for a kitchen fire at a N. Cherry St residence. Officers, Steve Doctor and Jared McCann used a fire extinguisher to fight the blaze. Officer, John …

Read More »

Electric Bill Money Helps Those In Need

More than $12,400 in grants is given to 11 local organizations through Paulding Putnam Electric Cooperative’s Operation Round Up program. Participating members “round up” their monthly electric bills to the next dollar, with the extra pennies being used to help fund community charities and groups. Since Operation Round Up’s inception …

Read More »

Losoya Brought In

Police capture a Defiance shooting suspect. Officials say Wood County deputies brought in Pablo Losoya…after a warrant had been issued for his arrest. The shooting occurred on Power Dam Road in Defiance on April 28. A shots fired call resulted in George Mack’s arrest, we reported…officers say a car was …

Read More »

Tax Vote Approaches

Two issues affecting voters in Montpelier, West Unity and Millcreek are on the ballot in Tuesday’s special election. Voters in Montpelier precincts A and B will cast ballots for or against a renewal of a 0.3 percent income tax levy for improvements and debt service on the village’s sewage and …

Read More »

Medicaid Fixes In OH

Federal regulators direct the state to work on resolving its backlog of more than 70,000 applications from poor and disabled Ohioans seeking Medicaid benefits. Regulators have indicated Ohio isn’t where it needs to be regarding Medicaid applications and remain concerned, even though the number of pending applications has dropped about …

Read More »