Terika Elston, of Montpelier, is one of four people selected to receive the Northwest State Community College Distinguished Alumni Award for 2020-21.
Paige Briner, senior at Edon High School, is ready to do her part in educating future citizens about where their food comes from and the importance of agriculture. Briner gathered with her parents, Kory and Jessica Briner, as well as her agricultural educator and FFA advisor, Mrs. Hannah Eve…
Unemployed Ohioans will be required to resume weekly work-search activities as part of future applications for unemployment payments, Ohio Department of Job and Family Services (ODJFS) Interim Director Matt Damschroder announced Monday.
This week, May 3-7, is In-Demand Jobs Week, a statewide celebration of jobs, industries and skills that are in demand in Ohio. In-Demand Jobs Week is an opportunity for students and job seekers to learn more about the rewarding and high-demand careers available locally.
The 6th Annual Job & Career Fair was recently held virtually at Four County Career Center with over 26 area employers available for seniors to meet with. Over 185 students had the chance to discuss their career options with local businesses, apply for positions and see the opportunities …
Bryan City Schools students will not have to pay for lunches next year but the board of education may seek to renew its current emergency operating levy some time after that.
The Laureate Delta Beta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi met April 26 in the conference room at Seasons Bistro in Bryan. There were nine people in attendance and four excused. The ladies sang "Happy Birthday" to Kathy Yates as her birthday was recent. Officers will be elected in August.
The Bryan City Bad will start rehearsing for its 170th season on Tuesday, May 18. In order to maintain social distancing protocols, rehearsals will be held in the Bryan High School cafeteria.
• 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. A link to join the meeting virtually will be posted on the county website and Facebook page. Listed on the agenda are: 8:30…
Trinity Lutheran Church Fellowship Hall was the setting for the final meeting of the year and dinner for Literary Forum Book Club. Hostesses for the evening were Paige Miller-Potts, Myrna Grove, Georgetta Kuhman and June Webster. Picnic dinners were provided by Susie’s Lunch. Vice President …
Bryan Elementary School first graders were the first to take center stage at the Fountain City Amphitheater this concert season during Friday afternoon’s Biography Fair.
A new campus, a new brand, an act of Congress and an approved union contract have paved the way for more candy production and ultimately new jobs for Spangler Candy Company in Bryan next year.
An Indiana woman was flown from the scene of a head-on collision with a tractor-trailer rig Friday morning on U.S. 20 between County Road 12 and the St. Joseph River northwest of Holiday City.
• 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. A link to join the meeting virtually will be posted on the county website and Facebook page. Listed on the agenda is a gene…
Bryan High School English teacher Brandon O’Dell got his students out of the classroom and into driving simulators Wednesday morning to have them learn how hard — and dangerous — distracted driving can be.
The Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR) Division of Wildlife announced 2021 special fishing regulations for the Lake La Su An Wildlife Area in Williams County Thursday morning.
EDGERTON — Edgerton may not have a large Hispanic population (only about 4%, according to censusreporter.org), but that didn’t stop village officials from holding a special Cinco De Mayo celebration.
The Rock The Park benefit concert is still on for Saturday, May 22, at Bryan’s Fountain City Amphitheater. This despite the recent passing of James “Jimmy” Holbrook, one of the event organizers and leader of the Holbrook Brothers Band that was scheduled to cap off the 10-hour musical and com…
A levy concerning operating expenses at North Central Local School District came out in a tie as of election night and with five outstanding ballots, residents will have to wait until May 18 to get answers.
Much has changed since 1971, but local families’ need of affordable clothes and housewares remains. And Church Women United Thrift Shop remains dedicated to meeting that need.
Bryan Municipal Utilities is close to an agreement to upgrade its metering system and Director of Utilities Nathan Gardner wants to assure customers about the change.