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Holcomb Vetoes Emergency Powers Bill

Gov., Holcomb vetoes a bill that would have given Indiana legislators more authority to intervene during emergencies declared by the governor. Holcomb issued the veto on the proposal that lawmakers approved over his objections, and which he and some legal experts have said they don’t believe is allowed under the …

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Deborah M. Miller, 67

Deborah M. Miller, age 67, of Sherwood, Ohio, passed away on Saturday, April 10, 2021, at Parkview Regional Medical Center in Fort Wayne, Indiana. Debbie was a homemaker and family babysitter. She was a member of Life Changing Church in Edgerton, Ohio, where she served as a greeter. Debbie enjoyed …

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Helen (Gump) Bassett-Sensabaugh, 72

Helen (Gump) Bassett-Sensabaugh, 72 years, of Toledo, Ohio passed away on Wednesday, April 7, 2021 at St. Vincent Mercy Medical Center, Toledo, Ohio.  Helen was born on August 12, 1948 in Hicksville, Ohio, daughter of the late R.T. Gump and Helen C. Richards.  She graduated from Hicksville High School in …

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Injury Accident In DKC

A 14-year-old girl is airlifted to the hospital…after she loses control and is thrown from the off-road vehicle she is driving in DeKalb County. Officials tell reporters the crash took place on private property. The girl was not wearing a helmet. Indiana law requires all operators and passengers of off-road …

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Covid In OH…Now.

As virus cases and hospitalizations in Ohio begin to rise again, Gov., DeWine tells the media, he remains optimistic of the state goal to remove health orders by July, 4th. Over the past two weeks, the rolling average number of daily new cases has increased by more than 20%…that’s according …

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Money Moves In Columbus

Governor, DeWine recommends to the General Assembly…that Ohio use a portion of the federal stimulus money, to pay off the state’s unemployment compensation loan. The debt from the unemployment payments the state has been making since the pandemic began currently stands at $1.4 billion dollars. The Ohio Chamber of Commerce …

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Nope…No Fair

The 2021 Ohio State Fair will not be open to the general public this summer…coronavirus. Instead, the Ohio Expositions Commission, which runs the annual event, says the fair will focus, this year, on agricultural and educational competitions for exhibitors and their families and friends. The fair, which opens to limited …

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Jean M. Howell, 88

Jean M. Howell, age 88, of Archbold passed away April 8, 2021 in Wauseon, Ohio. Jean spent her life caring for her family and her home. Born January 2, 1933 in Bakersville, NC, Jean was the daughter of the late Howard and Viola (Roberts) McKinney. She later married the love …

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Michael P. Jones, 70

Michael P. Jones, 70, of Antwerp, Ohio passed away Thursday, April 8, 2021 in his home with his family by his side. Mike was born January 25, 1951 in Fort Wayne, Indiana, the son of the late Frank and Hazel (Fett) Jones. Mike married Deborah J. Weaver on October 28, …

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David “Dave” G. Moog, 66

David “Dave” G. Moog, 66, of Bryan passed away from an extended illness on April 6th at University Hospital in Cleveland, Ohio.  He was born on September 14, 1954 in Bryan to Henry and Madalene (Knapp) Moog.  Dave graduated from Montpelier High School in 1973.  He met Sandy K. Wheeler …

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