Recent Posts

Covid In FC…Now.

Coronavirus in Fulton County…health officials confirm the case count has eclipsed 500, reaching 505, now. There were 54 new cases over Monday and Tuesday. The number of hospitalizations in the county has increased in the last week, too. There have been six deaths, there, due to COVID-19. The median age …

Read More »

CARES Act Funds For Edon

The Edon Village Council finalizes its spending plan for COVID-19 relief funding. Officials say over three payments, the village received around $103,000 from the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security…or CARES Act. They will be doing some updates to the community building, to battle the illness. That includes installing touchless …

Read More »

Dems Take On GOP

Democratic challengers are hoping to upend the Republicans’ majority on the Ohio Supreme Court…in a pair of races that feature familiar debates over the role justices should play in interpreting state law. Democrat, Jennifer Brunner is a former county court judge who served as Ohio Secretary of State from 2007 …

Read More »

The much loved Alisia C . Kaiser, 65

The much loved Alisia C . Kaiser, age 65, of Butler, Indiana, passed away on October 20, 2020, at 1:30 A.M. at Parkview DeKalb Hospital in Auburn, Indiana after an extended illness. She attended Edgerton High School and received her diploma from Eastside High School in Butler. She was a …

Read More »

Ward W. Harvey, 94

Ward W. Harvey, age 94, of Bryan, Ohio, passed away on Tuesday, October 20, 2020, at Ebid Hospice Center in Sylvania, Ohio, after an extended illness. Ward retired as a lab technician from ARO/Ingersol Rand after 42 years of service. He was a proud veteran having served in the US …

Read More »

Ella Jean Anderson, 82

Ella Jean Anderson, 82 years, of Sherwood, Ohio passed away Monday, October 19, 2020 at Brookview Nursing Home in Defiance, Ohio. She was born September 3, 1938 in Albany, Kentucky, the daughter of the late Walter and Dessie (Thomas) DeRossett. Ella was a 1956 graduate of Sherwood-Delaware high school. She …

Read More »

Colonial Manor On Selling Block

It appears there may be a buyer for the Colonial Manor Motel, in Bryan. Shree Hari Ohio Hospitalities, a company registered in Chicago, have signed a purchase agreement for the motel on E. High St…closed since Aug. 31, when Bryan police served a temporary restraining order on motel management. The …

Read More »

Smith Case Pushed Back Again

A hearing for a Toledo man, accused in the stabbing death of a Montpelier woman, has been rescheduled for the fourth time. Thomas Smith, 24, was scheduled for a pretrial conference in Lucas County. The judge has now put the hearing on the docket, set for Nov. 24th. In March, …

Read More »

Ross Enters Plea

Zachary Ross of Paulding pleads guilty to unlawful sexual conduct with a minor, a fourth-degree felony. Judge, Tiffany Beckman ordered a pre-sentence investigation and modified Ross’ bond to $100,000 cash…with a 10% allowance provision. He is held in Paulding County Jail. Officials tell reporters Ross engaged in sexual conduct with …

Read More »

Ballots Getting Caught Up

The printing and mailing of 2.4 million delayed ballots across Ohio and Pennsylvania is all caught up, the vendor responsible for the backlog announced. Cleveland-based Midwest Direct says expanded hours and added equipment were required to meet the staggering volume of mail-in ballot requests for this election. Unprecedented demand…coronavirus…combined with equipment …

Read More »