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Phyllis Forstie, 85

Phyllis I. Forstie, 85, of Alma, Michigan and formerly of Montpelier, passed away Wednesday at Mid Michigan Medical Center in Alma.  She was born on October 4, 1928 in Montpelier to Jay L. and Della E. (Rohr) Tressler.  Phyllis graduated from Montpelier High School in 1945.  On December 26, 1979 she married …

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Wayne Schlosser, 71

Larry “Wayne” Schlosser, 71, a lifelong resident of Montpelier passed away Thursday afternoon at Genesis Healthcare Center in Bryan.  He was born on August 23, 1942 in Bryan to Carl Floyd and Wilma Carlene (Beck) Schlosser.  Wayne attended Montpelier High School.  He retired in 2002 from Powers and Sons. Wayne is survived by …

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Tuesday, January 7, 2014, Closures and Cancellations

School & College Closures: Bryan Montpelier Edon Edgerton Millcreek West Unity – BOE Meeting is at 6pm Tuesday North Central Stryker Pulaski Headstart – AM/PM 4 County Career Center Central Local Northeastern-Tinora Northwest State Defiance College Bowling Green Toledo   Sporting Event Cancellations: -Bryan JV Girls and Boys Basketball Games …

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BRYAN POLICE REPORT

On Fri­day, Bryan Police reported the arrest of 46 year old Kelly J. Mitchell of Bryan on charges of Crim­i­nal Dam­ag­ing, Crim­i­nal Tres­pass and Dis­or­derly Con­duct. Mitchell was taken to CCNO where she was locked behind bars. On Sat­ur­day, Bryan Police say they arrested 57 year old Ronald Pat­ton of …

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SEVERE COLD WARNING

IT’s cold out there! Very Cold! As of 7:45 Sun­day evening, Williams County was placed under a Level 3 snow emer­gency. That means only essen­tial per­son­nel should be on the road­ways. State and local offi­cials on Sun­day warned that the severe win­ter weather and extreme cold could poten­tially be deadly …

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WATCH PETS IN COLD

Res­i­dents are being reminded not to for­get their four legged friends in this bit­ter cold. With the tem­per­a­tures out­side dip­ping well below freez­ing, peo­ple need to make sure their pets are warm and safe. Out­door pets should also be checked to ensure they have ade­quate shel­ter, food and water. If …

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BLOOD DRIVE SET

The Amer­i­can Red Cross will have a blood drive from 2–6 p.m. Jan. 11 at the Pauld­ing VFW Post, 214 N. Water St. The drive will be held in honor of Don Egnor. To donate, call 800–733-2767 or visit www.redcrossblood.org.

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NEW POLICE DOGS

Two local county sheriff’s deputies grad­u­ated from K9 unit train­ing Fri­day. Defi­ance County Sheriff’s deputy Adam Shafer and Pauld­ing County Sheriff’s deputy Gary Deitrick each com­pleted the 14-week class in Fort Wayne. Shafer is the han­dler for Boomer, and Deitrick is the han­dler for Jano (pro­nounced Ya-no). Both are Ger­man …

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Dale Hornung, 88

Dale Allen Hornung, 88 years, of West Unity, passed away Tuesday, December 31, 2013, at Community Hospitals and Wellness Centers, Bryan. Dale was born November 9, 1925, in Highland Township, Defiance County, Ohio, the son of the late Arthur C. And Blanche M. (Kellermier) Hornung. He was a 1944 graduate …

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MINIMUM WAGE CHANGES

As of New Years Day, Ohio became one of more than a dozen states which raised the min­i­mum wage. Most work­ers on min­i­mum wage will see an increase from $7.85 to $7.95 per hour for non-tipped employ­ees, and from $3.93 to $3.98 per hour for tipped employ­ees. But the increase …

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