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Over at NSCC

Northwest State Community College and the Support Staff bargaining unit of the Northwest State Community College Education Association have approved an amended agreement. At the Board of Trustees meeting, it was noted that negotiating teams for the College and the Support Staff entered into negotiations in August to review salary …

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The Vote Approaches

Ohio Republicans will seek to retain their hold on every branch of state government this Election Day as Democrats look to a competitive U.S. Senate race as a possible pickup. The top race has Democratic U.S. Rep. Tim Ryan facing Republican JD Vance for the chance to succeed the GOP’s …

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Bullets Fly In PC

The Paulding County Sheriff’s Office is investigating a drive-by shooting. No injuries reported. Deputies were called to Road 72 in Blue Creek Township.

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At Court

A Henry County grand jury returns an attempted murder charge in a recent strangulation case. Craig Heuerman was indicted. The case continues.

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The Ballot Is On

Williams County residents have been turning out to vote early this year, keeping the County Elections Board busy. The General Election is Nov. 8 and early voting is already underway across the state. As of late Tuesday morning, 1,154 people have come to the elections office to vote, officials say. …

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A Buy

AIM Media Midwest announces it has acquired the Bryan Publishing Company and Napoleon, Inc. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed. AIM announced the hiring of all current employees and the operations will remain under the direction of current resident, Sally Heaston, who is being promoted to publisher. The publications …

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A Possible Change In Voting

Republicans in Ohio are promoting a measure on the Nov. 8 ballot that would prohibit noncitizens from voting in local elections, fighting back at what they see as a push for such access in liberal enclaves such as San Francisco and New York City. It would make Ohio the seventh …

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In Hot Water

A high-tech indoor farming company in Appalachia promoted by JD Vance and financed in part by his venture capital firm is facing five lawsuits, alleging it misled regulators and duped investors. The shareholder suits against Morehead, Kentucky-based AppHarvest were filed between November 2021 and August 2022 by individual investors and …

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Sturtevant Heads To Prison

An Edgerton man has been sentenced in Williams County Common Pleas Court to a long prison term on two rape charges. Christ Sturtevant, 21, was given 14 years to 17 1/2 years by Judge J.T. Stelzer on the two first-degree felony offenses. He was given credit for 211 days served …

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Over At NSCC

The Northwest State Community College Board of Trustees passed an amended agreement for support staff and eligible part-time employees at its regular meeting. The agreement is for the three-year period from July 1, 2021 through June 30, 2024, and includes a 5% increase for all members of the support staff …

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