Defiance restaurant owner Karl Kissner continues to enjoy notoriety two years after discovering a treasure trove of baseball cards in the attic of a home once owned by his grandfather. It was a pristine, never circulated collection of baseball cards distributed with candy at the turn of the last century including players like Ty Cobb, Honus Wagner, Cy Young and more. They could be worth in total 3 million dollars. Two years ago he went on the Today show to tell the story to Matt Lauer. Now two other networks have sent cameras to interview him this summer. One for the new HGTV show called Who’s Live in My House. And the other for a new series on Fox Business Network called Strange Inheritance.
Voters in most unincorporated areas of Williams County will vote in March on whether they want to allow electric aggregation to be available.
Voters in most unincorporated areas of Williams County will vote in March on whether they …