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    The Montpelier Village Council convened in regular session on the evening of July 27. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Lockhart asked Council about the payment plan revision.  Director of Finance, Kelly Hephner, stated they are still working on a solution that will be a good long term solution for everyone.  Councilor Dan Willis stated that they were told they would be called to get their input if a solution came up. Councilor Dan Clum stated that it is a shame that the parade and Balloon Fest were rained ... [CLICK TO READ MORE]
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      Archbold, OH – Recognized as one of the top rug hooking events in the nation, the 19th Annual Rug Hooking Week is again expected to draw rug hookers from across the country to Sauder Village. This annual event is a spectacular celebration of this traditional craft featuring hundreds of hooked rugs on display, workshops, lectures, vendors and many special exhibits. For four days starting Wednesday, August 12 through Saturday, August 15, hundreds of rug hookers will be contributing ... [CLICK TO READ MORE]
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    Have you noticed the changes to the scenery as you come into West Unity from the East? Shay Pursel and Dawn Jones are working through the creative process of painting the village water tower on location at Kamco Industries in West Unity. A good portion of the work is complete. Shay says, “I have noticed many cars taking pics with their cell phones while I have been painting. I am very thankful for all of the candid and kind comments. What I have enjoyed the most is the conversation with ... [CLICK TO READ MORE]
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    Williams County Commissioner, Lou Hilkert spoke to the Stryker Rotary Club at their regular meeting. Lou told the club he is one of three elected officials in the position, and the other two commissioners are Brian Davis and Al Word. He also provided some rules concerning decision making. Resolutions must be passed by a majority vote and if a commissioner is missing from a meeting and the remaining two are not in agreement the vote must delayed for the third vote to be cast. One commissioner is ... [CLICK TO READ MORE]
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    QRC Hosts Annual Car Show At Stryker School

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    The Stryker school parking lot was filled with classic cars, trucks, motorcycles, hot rods and more as Quadco held their third annual cruise-in on July 31. People from the community were invited to join folks from Quadco to spend a couple hours in the afternoon looking over the vehicles that came, such as the Boss Mustang, front, owned by Jack Hancock of Stryker.   OLD AND NEW … A rare “Liberty” Crosley was displayed at the third annual cruise-in held by Quadco in Stryker on ... [CLICK TO READ MORE]
    The Wauseon FFA strives to reward their members that go above and beyond what is normally expected of them. To reward those members, the membership voted on a program called the 600 Point Club at the beginning of the school year last year. The membership selected a committee and the committee decided to put a point value with every FFA activity that occurs during the school year. For example the monthly meeting were worth 30 points while attending state and national conventions were 40 points. ... [CLICK TO READ MORE]
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    Chief McGee recently read books to children at the Main Street Park for Heroes Week sponsored by the Montpelier Public Library. They got to tour the police cruiser and got some sticker badges too. The hero consensus of the children? Police Officers, Firefighters, and ... [CLICK TO READ MORE]

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  • Virginia M. Johnson

    August 3, 2015 // 0 Comments

    Virginia M. Johnson, age 92, of Delta, peacefully passed away at her home early Saturday morning, August 1, 2015. Welcoming her at her heavenly home were her parents, husband and sons.  She was born in ... [CLICK TO READ MORE]
  • Norma F. Burrowes

    July 30, 2015 // 0 Comments

    Norma Fay Burrowes, 81 years, of West Unity, passed away Saturday, July 18, 2015 in the emergency room of Community Hospitals and Wellness Centers, with her family at her side. Norma was born March 9, ... [CLICK TO READ MORE]
  • Dorsie Clifton

    July 30, 2015 // 0 Comments

    Dorsie “Bud” Clifton, age 90 of Delta, passed away peacefully with his loving family by his side on July 28, 2015 at the University of Toledo Medical Center. He was born in Lawrenceburg, TN on March ... [CLICK TO READ MORE]
  • Barry D. Leady

    July 28, 2015 // 0 Comments

    Barry D. Leady, 65, of rural Fayette, passed away Monday, July 27, 2015 at his home.   He was born on August 12, 1949 in Greenville, Tennessee the son of Vaine Cameron and Dorothy Vestina (McFarland) ... [CLICK TO READ MORE]
  • Connie J. Eckert-Hart

    July 27, 2015 // 0 Comments

    Connie J. Eckert-Hart, age 52, of Stryker, passed away on Saturday, July 25, 2015 at the Toledo Hospital. Connie was born in Charleroi, PA on September 29, 1962, the daughter of Charles and Ella ... [CLICK TO READ MORE]
  • Gregg Zimmerman

    July 26, 2015 // 1 Comment

    Gregg Zimmerman, 48, of Louisburg, KS passed away July 16, 2015. Memorial services were held Saturday, July 25, 2015 at the First Christian Church of Louisburg. His final resting place will be the ... [CLICK TO READ MORE]

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