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Work Begins At Nova

In Delta…site work is underway at Nova Tube and Steel on County Road H, east of State Route 109. It has been estimated that the approximately $70 million dollar project will eventually bring 102 jobs to the area. Construction of the up to 200,000 square-foot facility was expected to begin …

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Gilbert Steps Down

One year after taking office, the mayor of Delta has resigned, after asserting the Village Council demanded it. Bob Gilbert declined to comment. Frank Wilton, Delta Village Council president, will assume the office. Gilbert served on the council for 10 years before running unopposed in 2019, to replace outgoing mayor, …

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So Far, So Good.

Concerns over violent protests at the Ohio Statehouse on Sunday faded…as a small number of armed but peaceful demonstrators were considerably outnumbered by state troopers and National Guard members during an afternoon rally. Gov. DeWine says he was pleased with the outcome but stressed the state’s concerns over the protests …

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DNA Implicates Marshall

A 54-year-old northwest Indiana man is arrested…in connection with a slaying and sexual assaults that occurred about two decades ago in Ohio. Kenneth Marshall was arrested Friday, outside his Hammond home…after a DNA sample matched evidence from the Ohio cases. A 19-year-old woman was raped and slain in her Toledo …

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Elder Goes To Prison

A Defiance man is sentenced to prison for a domestic-related assault last year. Barron Elder gets 54-months, behind bars. Elder will be eligible for early release after six months in custody. Elder is accused of attacking his girlfriend, last March. Prosecutors told the court, he choked and stomped on the …

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A New Covid Site

Ohio is rolling out an online tool, to allow state residents to look up locations where the coronavirus vaccine is available by county and ZIP code. Gov. DeWine tells the media it will be available on the state’s coronavirus web site…today! The state will begin offering vaccines to people 80 …

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FirstEnergy Case Update

Ohio’s top lawyer asks the court to block FirstEnergy from collecting special fees from customers…that were set up under a now-tainted nuclear bailout bill…to allow the company to maintain record-high profits…even if electricity sales dip. Attorney General, Dave Yost filed the request. The bill is at the center of a …

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The Battle Lines Are Drawn

The Statehouse and other state buildings in downtown Columbus will be closed through Inauguration Day…as police officers, National Guard members and state troopers provide security. This, while the chatter on the internet…indicates last week’s attack in Washington…may be only the beginning of a wave of insurrection throughout the country. State …

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1B Begins

As Williams County completes the first dose of COVID-19 vaccinations among Phase 1A eligible residents, it will now be moving into Phase 1B, beginning with those who are 80 years and older….the most vulnerable to severe outcomes from coronavirus. Beginning tomorrow…those in 1B may begin to register for an appointment …

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Latta Wanted Censure. No Impeachment.

Congressman, Bob Latta admonishes President, Trump…but adds he could not support an impeachment effort against him. Latta said the President needs to bear some responsibility for the riot last week in D.C. He went on to say to his fellow lawmakers on the floor of Congress…he would have preferred a …

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