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The LIFE Group at Wesley United Methodist Church will resume regular meetings beginning Tuesday. Oct. 11, at 1 p.m. in Classrooms 5 and 6 at the church. Adults of any age in the community are welcome to attend the informative gatherings.

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ARCHBOLD – Dr. Kiersten F. Latham is the new new President and Chief Executive Officer at Sauder Village in Archbold. She replaces Debbie Sauder David, who has retired after 22 years of service to Sauder Village.

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On Monday, Oct. 11, at 6 p.m., the Bryan American Legion will hold their semi-annual flag disposition at 200 E. Perry St., on the lot east of the VFW hall. Local residents are urged to attend and witness the ceremony proceeding the actual disposition of unserviceable United States flags. Tho…

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Members of the William County Port Authority, county Land Bank, Montpelier village officials and others involved in developing a new home on a vacant parcel of land in Montpelier gathered for a ceremonial groundbreaking of the project on Wednesday.

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ANGOLA, Ind. (AP) — A Williams County woman accused of striking two northeastern Indiana boys with her SUV, fatally injuring one of them, allegedly fled the scene and tried to conceal her involvement in the weekend accident, authorities said.

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In the book of 1 Samuel, chapter 17, one of the most well known Biblical stories paints vividly the account of the underdog, David, confronting and conquering the giant, Goliath. Woven throughout the chapter are the meticulous details of everything from the geographical landscape of the batt…

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Several Bryan residents voiced their concerns of the condition and process of how Huntington Drive, which is on the east side of Bryan, was repaired during the Bryan City Council’s meeting on Tuesday at the Don North Municipal Building.

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Previously found guilty of two counts of felony rape, Christopher Sturtevant was sentenced Tuesday to 14 years in prison by Williams County Common Pleas Court Judge J.T. Stelzer.

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The Bryan Board of Public Affairs approved a change order and gave an update to an internet issue brought to their attention at last month’s meeting.

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The Williams County Domestic Violence Task Force will hold an informal Meet & Greet today from 4:30-6:30 p.m. in honor of Domestic Violence Awareness Month. The event is at the Williams County East Annex, 1425 E. High St., Bryan.

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COLUMBUS – Medicare's annual open enrollment period starts Oct. 15. This means if you're one of the more than two million Ohioans on the federal health insurance program, it's time to become familiar with changes for 2023 and review your healthcare needs, including preferred prescription dru…

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Sen. Sherrod Brown (D-OH) joined several senators on Friday in introducing a resolution to protect and expand Social Security.

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County Commissioners this past week approved a consulting agreement to analyse the operations of the Williams County Job & Family Services. The agreement with Interconnections Consulting at a cost not to exceed $13,500.00 is effective from Sept. 29 through Dec. 31, 2022.

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A championship race car driver and two talented local musicians highlighted the annual Bryan Area Christian Prayer Breakfast, held September 27.

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Jason and Diana (Stanley) Bauer of Montpelier are the proud parents of a bouncing baby boy! Nolan James Bauer was born Monday, Sept. 26, 2022, at Community Hospitals and Wellness Centers—Bryan. Nolan weighed in at 7 lbs., 6.5 oz.

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The Kiwanis Club of Bryan welcomed in its new officers for the 2022-23 campaign. Left to right are outgoing President Jim Bellamy, incoming President Tim Foster and incoming Vice President Kevin Schafer. The Kiwanis Club of Bryan meets at Noon Wednesdays at the Bryan Moose Lodge, 710 N. Main…

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Pictured, left to right, is Brian Semer and Michelle Geiselman of the Mounted Division of the Williams County Sheriff's Department. The Montpelier Area Foundation recently awarded a $760 grant to the Mounted Division to purchase trauma medical kits and train special duty officers on quick re…

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Rainbow of Wellness, the annual health care conference for mature adults and caregivers, will be held on Thursday, Oct. 13, from 8:45 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Veterans Memorial Building on the Williams County Fairgrounds in Montpelier. The event is sponsored by the Williams County Older Adults …

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EDGERTON— The Edgerton Village Council officially supported an effort by a local business to get a brownfield remediation grant during a special meeting Tuesday afternoon.

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Boo-Boo, a beagle-type dog, was in a car accident in August that left him injured and in need of a forever home. On Monday, he found it in Fountain Park Assisted Living, Memory Care and Villas.

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A late Ohio Supreme Court decision has thrown a monkey wrench into the Williams County Board of Elections preparation for the upcoming election.

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For 47 years the Bryan Area Christian Prayer Breakfast has been a time to gather in prayer for the government and its leaders. This year’s Sept. 27 event features Sam Hornish Jr. as the speaker and Diana Moore Eschhofen as the musician.

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Edon Village Council learned this week two building projects are nearing completion.

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Disaster can strike at any time, but planning ahead can improve the results during and after, state officials stress.

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The calendar is winding down on Ohio Republican Rob Portman’s U.S. Senate tenure, but he still has some things he’d like to finish.

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Tarra Troutman of Cleveland opened her PNC Bank app earlier this year and found herself overdrawn by tens of thousands of dollars due to a car she voluntarily surrendered and the actions of her bank.