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Layla Swiger, 2 months

Infant Layla Haven Rose Swiger, 2 months, of Bryan, passed away suddenly on Sunday, November 17, 2013 in the emergency room of Community Hospitals and Wellness Centers, Bryan.  Layla was born August 21, 2013 in Bryan, the daughter of Joseph M. and April E. (Fullwood) Swiger, Sr. Surviving in addition to …

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THIEF PLEADS GUILTY

A Pulaski man has now admit­ted that he’s respon­si­ble for being a part of some bur­glar­ies that were actu­ally com­mit­ted by a friend of his. 55 year old Tommy Yates plead guilty Mon­day in Williams County Court to obstruct­ing jus­tice and receiv­ing stolen prop­erty. It all comes about after Yates’ …

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BRYAN BUDGET SLASHED

It’s a huge reduc­tion! More than $1 Mil­lion less… Bryan Munic­i­pal Util­i­ties’ pro­jected bud­get for 2014 is greater than $1 mil­lion below the 2013 bud­get. The announce­ment came on Tues­day, and it was wel­come news. The utility’s total pro­jected bud­get for 2014 is $28,321,383. The Times reports that works out …

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STORM REPORT UPDATE

The National Weather Ser­vice now has released more details regard­ing the tor­nado that struck Cloverdale. They now can con­firm that an EF-2 tor­nado struck Pauld­ing and Put­nam coun­ties on Sun­day. The tor­nado had max­i­mum wind speeds of 130 mph and cut an 8-mile path of destruc­tion that was 440 yards …

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HICKSVILLE TALKS METERS

The Hicksville Vil­lage Coun­cil on Mon­day, dis­cussed water flow meters. Coun­cil dis­cussed the fact that the meters, which mon­i­tor water flow, cost $1,100 a month to keep. As Hicksville con­tin­ues to work to improve its water sys­tem with­out the time-consuming and expen­sive option of a sewer and storm sewer sep­a­ra­tion …

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DRUG ARREST IN ANGOLA

The Steuben County Sheriff’s Office reported Tues­day that a man has been arrested in con­nec­tion with the sale of look-alike drugs at an Angola busi­ness. 33 year old Richard New­some, who has addresses in Angola and in Cold­wa­ter, Michi­gan, was charged with two counts of felony deal­ing in a look-alike …

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NEW JOBS COMING TO STEUBEN

A recy­cling com­pany announced Tues­day, that it plans to locate its first Indi­ana plas­tics facil­ity in Steuben County, cre­at­ing up to 22 new jobs. The com­pany which is based in Hol­land, Michi­gan, says it will pur­chase, ren­o­vate and equip a new 120,000 square-foot facil­ity in Fre­mont. The plant is expected …

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Clarence Cupp, Jr., 83

Clarence James Cupp, Jr., age 83, of Bryan and formerly longtime resident of Los Angeles, California, died at 10:40 A.M. on Monday, November 18, 2013, at Genesis HealthCare-Bryan where he was a resident. Mr. Cupp was a career golf caddie in the LA Area and caddied for many notable celebrities …

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BRYAN SCHOOL PROJECT TO MOVE FORWARD

The Bryan City Board of Edu­ca­tion opened their Mon­day evening Bryan school board meet­ing with a big thank you to the vot­ers for approv­ing the school con­struc­tion and ren­o­va­tion plans in the Novem­ber 5th elec­tion. Actual con­struc­tion prob­a­bly will not get under­way until some­time in 2015, which will be the …

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OTTAWA TEEN SENTENCED FOR MURDERS

An Ottawa teenager was sen­tenced on Mon­day for the mur­der of two broth­ers back in May. 18 year old Michael Fay will spend the next 30 years to life in prison for each of two counts of aggra­vated mur­der. The sen­tences are to be served con­sec­u­tively, mean­ing Fay will not …

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