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The annual Celebration of Christmas at the historic Powers Church will be held on Sunday, Nov. 27 at 3 p.m. The service will include a reading of the Christmas story in the King James version of the Bible. Those attending will sing Christmas carols, and enjoy specials from the musicians. The…

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Williams County Sheriff Detective Ben Baldwin says he’s just doing his job, but Williams County Prosecutor Katie Zartman thinks he’s excelling at it.

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A free, old-fashioned Thanksgiving Dinner open to the community is on Thursday, Nov. 24, from 11 a.m. - 1 p.m., at the First Church of Christ, 129 N. Walnut St, Bryan. 

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Williams County Job and Family Services this past Thursday received approval from county commissioners on five Title IV-E agencies and providers agreements for 2023.

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The Reverend Steven Rath, Pastor at Wesley Methodist Church, in Bryan, was the guest of the Bryan Kiwanis Club on Nov. 16. Rev. Rath spoke with Kiwanians about the history of 'Ragtime Music' while playing several songs on his keyboard. In addition to his ministerial work, Rev. Rath is a conc…

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With Christmas just over a month away, people will likely be flocking to stores for gifts for their loved ones, and shopping local is a benefit to the community not found elsewhere.

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Look for the Christkindl Market in downtown Bryan to open for the season beginning next weekend.

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On Nov. 2, Mary and Victor Juarez, of Never Let Go Ministries, along with Seth Resendez, from Bryan, went to Archbold to speak to a youth group at the invitation of Duane Beck. The students were Junior High and Senior High School students at the Central Mennonite Church.

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The Bryan water tower near the Spangler Candy Company campus has gotten all the attention lately for the colorful Dum Dums suckers painted on its exterior.

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Sen. Sherrod Brown (D-OH) is supporting a bill that will give law enforcement officers better equipment in dealing with narcotics.

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Williams County OSU Extension officials told county commissioners Monday the next fertilizer and pesticide recertification clinic in Williams County is set for March 9, 2023.

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The Millcreek West Unity Local Board of Education approved nearly two dozen new and revised NEOLA Policies at its regular meeting on Monday.

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Students at Julie’s School of Dance of Bryan, under the direction of owner and instructor Julie Leppelmeier Garmenn, attended the Showstopper Dance Convention on October 22-23 at the Kalahari Resort in Sandusky, Ohio. Throughout the weekend, they took classes from many dance professionals wh…

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The Montpelier Village Council approved a power purchase agreement that will help offset market fluctuations for next three years during their meeting Monday evening.

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ARCHBOLD — An energy saving project at Northwest State Community College is nearing completion, including the installation of a solar array, LED lighting upgrades and efficiency upgrades to the heating, ventilation and air conditioning system, as well as building automation components.

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One study places Ohio as among the 15 fattest states in the union, and a local study shows it’s a problem facing the county, as well.

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On Nov. 8, Myrna Grove shared an introductory powerpoint and also a film titled “Becoming Harriet Beecher Stowe” with the Wesley LIFE group. Harriet Beecher Stowe (1811-1896) was the author of the 1852 history-altering book, “Uncle Tom’s Cabin”.

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It’s deer season — on Ohio’s roadways. The Ohio State Highway Patrol, the Ohio Department of Insurance, the Ohio Department of Natural Resources, AAA and the Williams County Safe Communities Coalition are all reminding drivers that November is peak time for deer-related crashes.

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Winter’s coming, but Williams County Engineer Todd Roth was talking about a couple of outdoor topics — Bible Park and a county dog park — during an update to county commissioners on Thursday.

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Students from the high school's theater department that are performing in the school's fall play entitled "Puffs" tonight at 7:30 p.m and Sunday at 2 p.m. at the Bryan Arts and Ed Building. This past Wednesday, they acted out a couple of scenes for the Kiwanis Club of Bryan at their regular …

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Each winter snow season, county snowplows unintentionally take out several dozen mailboxes along county roads.

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People came in droves to support the 14th annual Souper Bowl at Bryan High School, leaving the Sanctuary Homeless Shelter as the clear winner.