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Pioneer Is In OMAP

The village of Pioneer has joined the Ohio Market Access Program, administered by the Ohio Treasurer’s Office. OMAP is a credit enhancement program that leverages the state’s excess liquidity and high short-term credit rating to help improve market access and lower borrowing rates for local governments. Since its 2014 launch, …

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Gun Debate Continues

Ohio House lawmakers advance a proposal…meant to ensure that gun owners’ lawfully held firearms and ammunition aren’t seized by the government during natural disasters, public health crises or other declared emergencies. The bill that cleared the Republican-led House also would deem certain firearms businesses essential during those emergencies, temporarily extend …

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Irvin Dwight Osmun, 85

Irvin Dwight Osmun, age 85, of Bryan, Ohio, passed away on Thursday, December 1, 2022 at Park View Care Center in Edgerton. Dwight worked for many years at Bryan Metals and retired from Superior Carbon. Dwight was a former member of the Bryan Eagles and a big NASCAR fan. Irvin …

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Karen Juna Jeffries, 78

Karen Juna Jeffries, 78, of Delta, Ohio passed away at her Florida winter home surrounded by loved ones on November 27th, 2022 from end stage Alzheimer’s. Karen was born on June 25th, 1944 to Carl and Juna (Bengtson) Fausze in Alpena, Michigan, the oldest of eight children. In 1960, Karen …

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Robert “Rob” A. Guyse, 60

Robert “Rob” A. Guyse, 60, of Montpelier passed away Tuesday, November 29, 2022 at Community Hospitals and Wellness Centers in Bryan.  He was born on July 9, 1962 in Montpelier to Gary and Linda (Edwards) Guyse.  Rob graduated from Montpelier High School.  On September 2, 2007 he married Priscilla Rodriguez …

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The Latest

As part of the Patrol’s ongoing efforts to make Ohio roadways safe, troopers continue to focus on impaired driving this month and throughout the holiday season. Since 2019 there have been 49,785 impaired driving-related crashes on Ohio roadways, killing 2,497 people and injuring 30,280 others. Alcohol and drugs played a …

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Fisher Brought In

Street reporting shots fired at a vehicle. Indiana State Police detectives were subsequently called to assist the Auburn Police Department with the shooting investigation. Through the course of the investigation officers identified the alleged shooting suspect as Joseph Fisher, 39 from Fort Wayne. Through the investigative process it is alleged …

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Crash In DKC

Authorities say the thin width of a road caused a minor crash involving a school bus in DeKalb County. Officials say the vehicle was traveling southbound near the 1500 block of County Road 77 as an Indiana Michigan Power bucket truck was traveling northbound. When both vehicles attempted to pass …

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On The Hunt

The two-day special youth hunting season concluded with 9,515 deer harvested this year, that’s according to the Ohio Department of Natural Resources Division of Wildlife. Each fall, hunters 17 and younger take to the woods with a nonhunting adult for a special weekend of deer gun hunting. Locally, 41 deer …

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Not The Samev

The streaming services Netflix and Hulu are not video service providers that would have to pay local governments in Ohio the same fees levied on cable operators, the state Supreme Court ruled Wednesday in a case similar to lawsuits filed by hundreds of other municipalities nationally. At issue in Ohio …

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