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New IN Gun Rules

Indiana residents who’ve had felony convictions expunged from their criminal records are eligible, in most circumstances, to again buy and obtain a license to carry guns. The legal opinion responded to a question from an Indiana State Police lawyer about the gun rights of people who’ve had criminal charges removed …

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Paul Edward “Pete” Butt, 83

Paul Edward “Pete” Butt, 83 years, of Bryan, passed away Thursday, December 26, 2019 in his residence.  Pete was born January 26, 1936, in West Unity, Ohio, the son of the late Horace Edward and Margaret E. (McFarland) Butt.  Pete was a lumber cutter at the Ney Lumber Company for …

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Tammy L. (Carter) Zedaker, 61

Tammy L. (Carter) Zedaker, age 61, of Bryan, Ohio, passed away at 5:11 P.M. on Tuesday, December 24, 2019, at Parkview Regional Medical Center in Fort Wayne, Indiana, after a brief illness. She was a graduate of Pittsford High School in Pittsford, Michigan, and was currently employed by Tru-Fast in …

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Crash On 15

Everyone is okay after a two car crash at Ohio 15 and Ohio 576. Officials say a pickup turned onto County Road I…and into a pickup, heading south on 576. The six people in the second vehicle, including a few kids, were treated at the scene and released. The driver …

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Injury Accident In GT

A Michigan man is hurt in a solo crash in Gorham Township. Troopers say a semi, with Tonin Beleshi of Sterling Heights behind the wheel, went off the left side of the road on Highway 20 at County Road 22. The big rig then overturns into a power pole. Beleshi …

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Holcomb Touts Ed Boost

Indiana Governor, Eric Holcomb says last year’s historic unprecedented education spending increase is just now finding its way to teacher paychecks. Holcomb says the raises were negotiated district by district between September 15 and November 15. He tells reporters his goal is to put Hoosier teacher pay in the top …

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OH Heroes Remembered In WH Message

Six police officers, who responded to an Ohio mass shooting over the summer, are included in the White House holiday message. A one-minute video tweeted by the First Lady, shows images of the six officers, as they were honored at the White House in September, where they received the medal …

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Young Pushes For Judges

A Republican U.S. senator from Indiana is urging Congress to add two judges to one of the nation’s most overworked federal courts, but district judge appointments have stalled due to the upcoming presidential election. The District Court for the Southern District of Indiana is the state’s most overworked and ranks …

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Gladys Maxine Donson, 99

Gladys Maxine Donson, 99, of Bryan, passed away peacefully in her sleep in the comfort of her life-long home the morning of Saturday, December 21, 2019. The last six months were increasingly difficult for Gladys and due to the amazing, loving care of her caregivers, Becky Rhodes, Scarlet Smith, and …

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Modestus “Dusty” Fry, 91

Modestus “Dusty” Fry, age 91, of rural Bryan, Ohio, died at 7:28 A.M. on Friday, December 20, 2019, at SKLD Bryan. Dusty was a farmer and worked at the former Aro Corporation for 31 years. He was a US Army Veteran serving during the Korean Conflict from 1951 to 1953. …

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