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Rev. Paul King, 94

Paul King was born March 6, 1925 in Lipsic, Ohio. He went home to be with his Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ from his home in Piedmont, SC the morning of November 25, 2019. He was a faithful son, husband, father, grandfather, and preacher of the gospel to the very end. …

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Thomas Lee Zimmerman, 71

Thomas Lee Zimmerman, age 71, of Archbold, and formerly of Fayette, passed away unexpectedly on Tuesday, November 26, 2019, in his home. Prior to his retirement he been a custodian at the former Peter Stamping in Fayette and then at Fairlawn Haven Nursing Home in Archbold. Thomas was born in …

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Crash Snarls 469

A semi crashes through the median on I-469 in New Haven, causing traffic delays. It happened at the 19 mile marker exit, at State Road 930. No word on what caused it. In the end, the trailer of the big rig was in the southbound lanes and the semi…in the …

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Jobs Numbers For Fulton Co

The unemployment rate in Fulton County increased slightly in October, that’s according to data from the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services. The rate for October was 4%, compared to 3.8% in September. It was at 3.8% last October. The estimates show a workforce of 22,400 in Fulton County, …

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Controversial Case Shelved

An Indiana judge cancels a trial, challenging limits on the state’s religious objections law…finding conservative groups failed to prove they were harmed by changes the Republican-dominated Legislature approved, shortly after then-Gov. Mike Pence signed it. In calling off the trial, scheduled for February, Hamilton County Judge, Michael Casati agreed with …

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Amazon Story Gains Traction In IN

Indiana’s governor is facing calls from Democrats to explain his role in Amazon being cleared of responsibility for a warehouse worker’s death, despite initial findings of four major safety violations. Gov. Holcomb denies any involvement in the state Department of Labor’s investigation of the September 2017 death at Amazon’s Plainfield …

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Phyllis E. Clark, 93

Phyllis E. Clark, 93, of Camden, Michigan passed away on Tuesday, November 26th at Hillsdale Country Living.  She was born on June 22, 1926 in Melbern, Ohio to Marion E. and Carma W. (Miller) Wines.  Phyllis graduated from Pioneer High School in 1944.  She married Bernard Clark and he preceded …

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Barker Brought In On Sex Charges

Robert Barker, a Defiance man, is arrested. Defiance County deputies picked Barker up at his Breckler Road address. He is accused of inappropriate contact with minors over several years. Barker faces sexual battery, and gross sexual imposition charges. Prosecutors say this all happened between 2016 through 2018. The victims were …

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Bryan Metals Edged Out Of Merger

An area employer closes its doors, soon. Officials say Bryan Metals on South Main Street is set to shut down sometime in the near future. The plant employs 22 workers and specializes in products sold in the automotive and electronic components markets. The jobs will not be reassigned elsewhere. Workers …

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A Buckeye Hero Comes Home

The remains of a World War II pilot from Ohio are identified, 75 years after his plane was shot down over Germany. The remains of Army Air Forces 1st Lt. Steve Nagy will be buried in his hometown of Lorain at a date yet to be determined. He was 23 …

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