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Man OK After Wreck

A Waterloo man loses control of his truck and hits a utility pole in a solo crash in DeKalb County. 61-year-old David Richie was heading west on County Road 28 when he left the roadway…smashing into a utility pole before coming to a stop in a field. Richie was able …

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Injury Accident In DKC

Two people are in the hospital after they were hurt in a two vehicle crash in DeKalb County…at the intersection of County Road 40 and County Road 61. Officials tell reporters…a woman…eastbound on County Road 40 ran a stop sign at the intersection…colliding into a pickup truck heading north on …

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Education Battle Clears Hurdle

The latest proposal to give Ohio’s governor more power overseeing K-12 education clears the Republican-led state Senate despite objections that lawmakers are rushing legislation to significantly change decision-making about academic standards, model curricula and school district ratings, among other things. Oversight of the state’s education department would shift to a …

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Mounds Efforts Continue

Ohio’s historical society can proceed with efforts to gain control of a set of ancient ceremonial and burial earthworks currently maintained by a country club where members golf alongside the mounds but access to the public is limited, the state Supreme Court rules. At issue before the court were the …

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Watson Case Update

A Paulding man gets sentenced in a Paulding County courtroom on two sexual abuse charges. Jay Watson, 55, was given an eight-year prison term by Judge Tiffany Beckman for sexual battery and gross sexual imposition, each a third-degree felony. He was also classified as a tier III sexual offender and …

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It’s Done

The waterline extension project for Airmate is completed after the Bryan Board of Public Affairs approved the last change order this week. The Airmate Company has planned to expand its 40,000-square-foot facility, on County Road D, by about 26,000 square feet to accommodate increased demand. To meet safety codes, the …

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Sewer Funds Looking Good

The Village of Montpelier appears to be in line for more than $320,000 dollars in Community Development Block Grant funds for work on the Cranberry Run sewer line. Officials told county commissioners during an online video conference call Monday…the hearing was held on a request by Montpelier to apply for …

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In The Woods

Ohio deer hunters harvested 71,932 white-tailed deer during the 2022 gun week that concluded on Sunday…that’s according to the Ohio Department of Natural Resources Division of Wildlife. In the same week-long period over the past three years, hunters checked an average of 68,534 deer. In 2021, the weeklong number was …

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A New Tennant

A new T-Mobile retail store will be moving into the former Family Video building at 1020 S. Main St in Bryan. T-Mobile’s building permit to start renovations on the building was approved at the Bryan City Council meeting this week. The contractor has not yet been set, but the estimated …

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Epling Is In

Ashley Epling has been hired as the new executive director of the Williams County Economic Development Corporation. Her hiring was announced in a media release by the WEDCO Board of Directors. Epling, of Pulaski Township, will begin her duties on Jan. . She replaces former director Megan Hausch, who resigned …

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