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With 11 new COVID-19 cases last week, Williams County moved into the Orange level in the Ohio Public Health Advisory System. Williams County had been at the lowest level, Yellow, since Aug. 13. Orange indicates an increased exposure and spread of the virus.

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The Williams County Economic Development Corporation in partnership with OhioMeansJobs Williams County are hosting a drive-through job fair Thursday, Oct. 1, in the parking lot of the Williams County Community Offices East Annex, at 1425 E. High St., in Bryan.

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Preceptor Sigma Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi started its new sorority year on Sept. 10 at Lisa Warner’s camper at Hickory Acres Campground. Hostesses for the evening were Warner and Peg Sanders.

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The children of Ken and Kathy Moog are pleased to announce the 60th wedding anniversary of their parents.

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The Edon Village Council continued its discussion on temporary structures Monday and discussed plans for use of its COVID-19 relief funding.

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Fire and Iron Station 84 did an Out of the Darkness poker run on Sunday. The poker run was to raise money for suicide awareness. Station 84 donated $1,885 to the Williams County Out of the Darkness American Foundation for Suicide Prevention. We from Fire and Iron Station 84 would like to tha…

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• The Williams County Mayors Association will meet at 6:30 p.m. today at Drop Tine Winery and Tap House in Montpelier.

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Millcreek West-Unity Board of Education heard that the new district solar array is now online, and approved 20 new employees for the 2020-21 school year at their regular monthly meeting Monday.

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This week is National Farm Safety and Health Week, and one aspect that has become even more apparent the last few years is the area of mental health.

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The Walmart, at 1215 S. Main St., had to evacuate Sunday afternoon after an employee found a suspicious looking package in one of their produce shipments.

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The Designated Outdoor Refreshment Area (DORA) program was unanimously approved by Bryan City Council at their regular meeting Monday.

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ALG Health announced Monday it is opening a new respirator mask making facility in Bryan that eventually could bring as many as 400 new jobs to Williams County.

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Fall Fest will take over downtown Bryan from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. this Saturday.

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ARCHBOLD— I had never expected to see Schuck Jewelers again since they closed down after 100 years in 2016.

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Wausau Supply Co. announced Friday it is expanding its established service area by opening a distribution facility in West Unity. Scheduled to open this fall, the facility will house a selection of products from the industry’s top manufacturers along with its own proprietary brands, Diamond …

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Like many communities in Williams County, the Pioneer Village Council is trying to find the best ways to spend its COVID-19 relief money before time runs out.

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The William County Health Department is the recipient of funding that could help eligible Kunkle residents cover the cost of tying into the multi-million-dollar Kunkle sanitary sewer project.

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The Bryan Fire Department responded to a hydraulic oil spill at 3:05 p.m. Wednesday in front of Bryan Municipal Utilities, 481 E. Edgerton St.

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St. Peter Lutheran Church, on Ohio 6 in Ridgeville Corners, will host an outdoor polka worship service at 7 p.m. on Thursday, Sept. 24.

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• The Williams County Commissioners will meet in regular session from 8:30 a.m.-noon and 1-4:30 p.m., or until adjournment, today at the fourth floor of the courthouse. To join the meeting via Zoom, log onto https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83467802052?pwd=SEtCTGQwYzV6TUtmaHAwR0dUdXlmUT09 and use m…

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• The Williams County Data Processing Board will meet at 8:15 a.m. today in the commissioners’ conference room on the fourth floor of the courthouse.

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MONTPELIER — It was the first time Jacquelyn Wagner participated in the 4-H Showmanship Sweepstakes, but she still took home the prize clock.

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Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, students attending Stryker Local Schools have four different educational options this year, Stryker School Board members heard at their monthly meeting Monday.

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The “Meet the Candidates” public forum for countywide races in the November general election is set for 7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 15.

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One person was injured in a single-vehicle accident Wednesday morning on County Road F.75 east of Pulaski.

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“Don’t be in debt to anyone, except for the obligation to love each other. Whoever loves another person has fulfilled the Law. The commandments, ‘Don’t commit adultery, don’t murder, don’t steal, don’t desire what others have,’ and any other commandments, are all summed up in one word: You m…