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Burke Trial Underway

Randy Burke…the former Napoleon High School coach and teacher charged with sexual imposition…has his case begin this week Jury selection in the trial is now finished. It consists of 10 women and four men. Two of the 14 are alternates. Three witnesses, two former athletics directors at Napoleon High School …

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Barn Consumed In Blaze

A barn is destroyed in a County Road 19 fire, near Millcreek Township. One firefighter was treated at the scene by medics for heat exhaustion, but was not transported. No other injuries were reported. They later determined the fire appears to have started when the wind shifted direction and blew …

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Counterfeit Bills Reported

Phony money reported in Bryan. Police officials are warning businesses and consumers to be aware of counterfeit bills in the area. Investigators tell reporters a number of businesses received counterfeit $100 bills in Williams County…all over the weekend. If you know anything about this, give Bryan PD a call.

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Another Setback For Alliance

The Williams County Board of Elections turns down a request by the Williams County Alliance to forward a letter to the Ohio Secretary of State’s Office, protesting the board’s decision to reject the Alliance’s proposed county charter initiative. The elections board ruled July 8 that though the Alliance had submitted …

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Cherie Elaine Schenck, 77

Cherie Elaine Schenck, of Wauseon, Ohio, died Sunday, August 4, 2019. She was 77. Committal will be private. Cherie was born and raised in Wauseon, later attending West Suburban Hospital School of Nursing, near Chicago, graduating in 1963. She then moved to New York City, where she worked at Columbia …

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Joseph “Joe” C. Bohner, 34

Joseph “Joe” C. Bohner, 34, of Montpelier passed away Friday at Community Hospitals and Wellness Centers in Montpelier.  He was born on October 16, 1984 in Bryan to Joseph R. and Debra “Deb” E. (Lockhart) Bohner.  Joe graduated from Montpelier High School in 2003.  On May 5, 2010 he married …

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Officers Investigate New Haven Shooting

A woman suffers non-life threatening injuries after being shot at a mobile home park in New Haven. Officers were sent to Glenridge Manor on Moeller Road on a shots fired call. The suspect was believed to still be in the residence. When officers arrived on the scene they found the …

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School Theft In NH

Police in New Haven want the suspect, who posed as a construction worker to swipe cash raised through fundraisers to support the New Haven High School athletic department. Investigators released a surveillance video and image that show a man walking in a hallway at New Haven High School. They say …

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Sports Books Approach

Indiana casinos are racing ahead with preparations to launch legalized sports betting in early September, looking to seize an advantage over competitors in Chicago and other nearby large markets, where such wagers aren’t yet allowed. A new state law approved this spring allows betting to start Sept. 1 on dozens …

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Rush Vote Comes

Indiana’s Judicial Nominating Commission is set to vote later this month on reappointing Loretta Rush as chief justice of the state’s highest court. Rush will interview with the commission on Aug. 21. The appointment of the Indiana Supreme Court’s chief justice occurs every 5 years. The court’s four other justices …

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