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Walk For Will’s Sake Scheduled For Saturday

In Bryan, the 6th Annual Walk For Will’s Sake will be held on Sat­ur­day at the Jaycee Pavil­ion in Bryan Recre­ation Park. Reg­is­tra­tion begins at 9 a.m. and the walk will start at 10. William Bur­ton is the 7 year old son of Robert and Angie Bur­ton, who expe­ri­enced com­pli­ca­tions …

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ODOT Announces Highway Safety Improvement Plan

The Ohio Depart­ment of Trans­porta­tion says it plans to improve the U.S. Route 24 cor­ri­dor in Pauld­ing, Defi­ance and Henry coun­ties. The announce­ment yes­ter­day, comes fol­low­ing a num­ber of acci­dents which have occurred at the at-grade inter­sec­tions along the route. Among the planned changes are the place­ment of video cam­eras …

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Murder Trial Delayed

A mur­der trial in Steuben County Court has been delayed for a sec­ond time. The jury trial of 41-year-old Kenny Rogers Fletcher has been re-scheduled from Octo­ber 27th to Jan­u­ary 26th. The new trial date marks the sec­ond delay in the trial. Fletcher is charged with the stab­bing death almost …

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Bryan PD Make Arrests

Bryan Police report the arrest Wednes­day of 19 year old Chance Davis of Louisiana. Police say Davis was arrested for Assault, Under­age Con­sum­ing and Resist­ing Arrest. Bond was posted and he was released. Also last evening around 8:40, Bryan Police arrested a 19 year old from Texas for Assault and …

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Felicia Rosamond Altman-Sickmiller, 97

Felicia Rosamond Altman-Sickmiller, 97 years, of West Unity, Ohio completed her life Sunday, October 5, 2014 at Governor’s Village near Cleveland, Ohio.  Born in Archbold, Ohio on September 30, 1917 to Anna (Gigax) and Henry Swalley, Flip was a graduate of Archbold High School in 1936.  She married Robert Altman in 1938 …

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Bob Grundish, 73

Robert Joseph “Bob” Grundish, age 73, of Warsaw, Indiana, went home to be with the Lord on Tuesday, September 30, 2014, passing away peacefully in his home after an extended illness. Bob was a 1959 graduate of Edgerton High School, where he was a starting member of the 1959 Ohio …

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Lois Biddle, 86

Lois Marie Biddle, age 86, of Wauseon passed away Monday October 6, 2014 at Fulton Manor in Wauseon. Prior to her retirement she had worked for Perfection Finishers and the former McCord Corporation both of Wauseon. Mrs. Biddle was born in Henry County on October 7, 1927 the daughter of …

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Tax Levy Questions To Appear On Defiance County Ballots

In Defi­ance County, vot­ers in four town­ships will see requests on their bal­lots for new taxes. Two will be for fire/EMS ser­vice and two oth­ers will look for money for road and bridge main­te­nance. Defi­ance and Mil­ford town­ships need the money for fire/EMS ser­vice con­tracts with other polit­i­cal sub­di­vi­sions while …

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Wauseon Mayor Calls It Quits

The long­time Mayor of Wauseon, Doug Shaw, says he plans to retire in Novem­ber. Shaw made the announce­ment that he was step­ping down dur­ing a Mon­day evening meet­ing of the Wauseon City Coun­cil. Shaw’s cur­rent term of office began Jan. 1, 2012, and, had he stayed till the end of …

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NSCC Holding Entrepreneurship Forum

If you have ever dreamed of own­ing your own busi­ness or turn­ing an idea into a prod­uct, the upcom­ing Entre­pre­neur­ship Forum at North­west State Com­mu­nity Col­lege may be the launch­ing pad you are look­ing for. Atten­dees will have five min­utes to present their ideas to a panel of entre­pre­neur­ship experts …

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