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No Arrests For Drunk Driving

There were no OVI arrests made from a checkpoint on North Main Street in Bryan. Officials say roughly 450 vehicles were checked. One arrest for misdemeanor possession of marijuana was made.

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Injury Crash On 6

Officials tell reporters a woman heading west on Ohio 6 rear ended another vehicle, carrying a woman and a young child. They were taken to Defiance for treatment of minor injuries. The driver of the first car is okay. A citation of failure to maintain proper following distance is pending. …

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Shooting Suspects Picked Up

Garrett Police arrests two juveniles in connection to a shooting that left one man hospitalized last week. We reported a man was shot on East Keyser Street in Garrett. The man, identified later as Thomas Bryant was taken to the hospital in serious condition. After an investigation, officials say leads …

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Mary A. Hoover, 78

Mary A. Hoover, age 78, of Edgerton, Ohio, passed away at 8:31 P.M. on Saturday, September 7, 2019, at Laurels of DeKalb in Butler, Indiana, with her family at her side, following an extended illness.  Mrs. Hoover worked in health care for many years as a private health care aide …

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It Is Fair Time In WC

“Ridin’, Rockin’ and Livestockin’” is the theme for the 120th Williams County Fair, which will bring in the fall season in earnest when it opens Saturday at the county fairgrounds, on E. Main St., in Montpelier, for an eight-day run. Daily adult admission prices are $5, with children 12 and …

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Holcomb In Asia

Indiana’s governor is on an overseas trip, meeting with business and government leaders in South Korea. Gov. Holcomb then heads to Japan before ending the trip on the 10th. The Indiana Economic Development Corp. says Holcomb and state business leaders met with the South Korean prime minister in Seoul, on …

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Vaping Illness Suspected In Latest Round Of Reports

Health officials say they’re investigating 11 additional reports of Ohioans who vape who experienced severe breathing illnesses. The Ohio Department of Health adds three previous illnesses under investigation were likely caused by vaping. All required hospitalization. The state has asked healthcare providers to report all suspected cases of serious pulmonary …

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Nuke Plant Battle Grows

The owner of Ohio’s two nuclear power plants is asking the state Supreme Court to block a proposed statewide vote that aims to overturn a financial rescue for those facilities. FirstEnergy Solutions argues in a lawsuit the financial rescue approved by state lawmakers in July can’t be overturned by voters …

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Lucile Ann Gurto, 82

Lucile Ann Gurto, 82, of Montpelier passed away Thursday morning at Northwest Ohio Hospice in Toledo, Ohio.  She was born on September 17, 1936 in Reading, Michigan to Leon and Clara (Kinney) Kulow.  Lucile graduated from Reading High School, Elkhart University and Bob Jones University in Greenville South Carolina.  She …

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Burke Is Sentenced

Randy Burke, the former Napoleon High School coach and teacher is sentenced in Henry County on sexual imposition charges. He gets five years of community control and 180 days incarceration at the Corrections Center of Northwest Ohio. Last month, a jury found him guilty. The 2018 incident in question centered …

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