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Wednesday, September 19th, 2018 Edition

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OBITUARIES

  • Cassandra Baden (1942 – 2018) – Resident of Lake Seneca
  • Arnold Ledyard (1928 – 2018) – 1946 Graduate of Wauseon High School
  • Sonja Hahn (1977 – 2018) – Born in Wauseon
  • Melissa Skinner (1965 – 2018) – Wauseon Resident
  • Valeta Barton (1922 – 2018) – Member of Trinity Lutheran Church in Wauseon
  • Jerry Enyart (1942 – 2018) – Served 19 Years on Fulton County Fair Board
  • Donald Sutton (1953 – 2018) – 1972 Graduate of Edon high School
  • Sheryl Russell (1960 – 2018) – Stryker Resident
  • Cheri Kuzma (1943 – 2018) – Born in Montpelier
  • Bonita Saam (1926-2018) – Resident of Archbold
  • Robert Stoup (1937 – 2018) – Resident of Swanton
  • Marla Eby – Born in Williams County
  • Jack Schudel (1946-2018) – Volunteer Fireman With Defiance Fire Department
  • Kelly Etoll – Former Bryan Resident
  • John Tester (1946-2018) – Formerly of Wauseon
  • James Snow (1932-2018) – Member of Church of the Master United Methodist Church
  • Louise Masters (1937 – 2018) – Formerly of Waldron (MI)
  • Betty Rutledge (1927-2018) – 1943 Graduate of Bryan High School
  • Robert Ford (1932-2018) – Member of Fayette United Methodist Church
  • Dolores Martin (1928-2018) – Graduated from Pioneer High School
  • Kathleen Tritch (1933 – 2018) – Attended Montpelier Nazarene Church

NEWS

  • Tri-State Commission Goal Of Counties In Aquifer Zone
  • Jon Husted & Brian Davis Visit Williams County Fair
  • Families Can Honor Current Service Members With Banners In Bryan
  • Zion United Methodist Church Of Rural Wauseon Celebrates Sesquicentennial
  • Hilltop School Lives On In Monument
  • Letter To The Editor
  • POLICE, EMT, FIRE, TRAFFIC & COURT NEWS
  • Williams County Grand Jury Returns Indictments Against 17 Individuals
  • Fort Wayne Police Officer Died Of Cardiovascular Disease
  • Ohio State Says Student Dies In Fall From University Garage
  • Indiana Teen Charged In Suffocation Deaths Of His 2 Siblings
  • Judge Blocks Shutdown Of Nearly 100 Michigan Marijuana Businesses
  • August Report From Fulton County Clerk Of Courts
  • Officers Who Killed Gunman In Cincinnati Hailed As Heroes
  • Mom Of Alleged MS-13 Victim Killed By SUV At Girl’s Memorial
  • Labor Day Weekend Traffic Blitz Nets Two Citations By Fulton County Sheriff Deputies
  • Ohio Man Sentenced To Time Served In Nevada Ranch Standoff
  • Ohio Killer Of 2 Pleads Not Guilty To 2 Additional Deaths
  • Derby Brings The Hits To The Williams County Fair
  • Indiana Man Who Beat 1-Year-Old Girl Gets 31-Year Sentence
  • Indiana Man Convicted In Confinement, Nail Gun Attack Case
  • Senate Ok’s President Trump’s Choice For IRS Head Over Democrats’ Protest
  • September: National Suicide Prevention Awareness Month
  • Williams County Fair – Enjoyed By Attendees Of All Ages
  • Williams County School Bands Entertain Large Crowd At Fair Show
  • Fulton SWCD & Fulton County Farm Bureau Hold 70th Annual Meeting
  • President Trump Oks Sanctions For Foreigners Who Meddle In Elections
  • Despite President Trump Tweet, Ford Says It Won’t Make Hatchback In US
  • Democratic Ohio Treasurer Candidate Touts Civil Rights Focus
  • Bryan Senior Center Celebrates September Birthdays & Anniversaries
  • Montpelier’s Leon & Darlene Maag Celebrate 10th Wedding Anniversary
  • Volunteers Needed For Williams County Public Library Harry Potter Lock-In
  • September Birthdays At The Edgerton Senior Center
  • Celebrate The 4th Annual Bryan Oktoberfest Oct. 6th
  • Edgerton Board Of Education Receives Over $12,000 In Donations At September 11 Meeting
  • Al Sharpton’s Half-Brother Arrested Again While On Bond
  • This Week’s Community Calendar
  • Montpelier School Board Oks Intent To Sign Contract For Athletic Building Lot Paving Project
  • Ohio Misses Sept. 8 Deadline For Medical Marijuana Program
  • Not Real News: A Look At What Didn’t Happen Last Week
  • Habitat For Humanity Of Williams County To Dedicate House
  • Ohio Surveys Schools About What Safety Measures They Have
  • Williams County Commissioners Hear Proposal For Personal Finance Help For Employees
  • Stryker Class Of 1958 Celebrates 60th Anniversary
  • US Budget Deficit Hits $214.1 Billion In August
  • Fulton County Appoints Yoder To Serve On ADAMhs Board
  • NSCC Showcases Partnerships In Presentation To Local Leaders
  • ADAMhs Board Selects Giesige As New CEO
  • AP FACT CHECK: Former President Obama Doesn’t Always Tell The Straight Story
  • Stryker Sidewalk Project Extended With Extra Funds
  • Lyons Village Council Meeting Summary
  • School Year Off To A Great Start For Stryker Local Schools
  • Village Of Swanton Swears In Firefighters
  • Fulton SWCD To Host Conservation Air Tour
  • Fulton County Sportsmen Club To Hold Annual Chicken Dinner
  • WCGS Members Visit Mitchell Building In Hillsdale, Michigan
  • Michigan Again Extends Deadline For Marijuana Businesses
  • 9-11 Remembrance Ceremony Held At Four County Career Center
  • Fayette Village Council Hears Of Redoubled Efforts To Assist Delinquent Taxpayers
  • Dollar General Remodel Adds Produce & Expanded Products In Fayette
  • Apple Week – A Favorite Fall Festival At Sauder Village
  • US Industrial Production Rose A Solid 0.4 Percent In August
  • Former President Obama Tells Several Thousand Ohio Voters Sitting On Sidelines In 2018 ‘Dangerous’
  • Historic Decade By Decade Reflection
  • Historic Photo Reflection: Bryan’s Opdycke Park
  • This Week’s Shop At Home Feature
  • Pastor’s Ponderings Devotion
  • Fellowship of Christian Athletes Devotion
  • Montpelier’s St. John’s Lutheran Church To Aid In Hurricane Florence Relief Eff
  • Fayette’s FUMY Mission Trip To Tennessee A Great Experience
  • Master’s Promise: Repainted Tour Ministers At West Unity Free Hope Methodist
  • CARMAN Electrifies Audience Just Like “Old Times” At Montpelier’s River Of Life Worship Center
  • What Were You Doing Saturday Morning? Volunteers Work To Spruce Up Bryan
  • This Week’s Classifieds, Legal Ads & Auction Ads
  • This Year’s Fall Home Improvement & Car Care Tab (Six Pages)

SPORTS

  • Wauseon Head Football Coach Travis Cooper Suspended
  • Swanton Volleyball To Hold “Pink Out” For Breast Cancer Awareness
  • Archbold Lady Bluestreaks Shutout Swanton 3-0 In NWOAL Soccer
  • Hilltop Honoring 25th Anniversary Of The Undefeated 1993 Cadet Football Team Friday
  • Area Football Game Recaps
  • Area Girls Soccer Recaps
  • Shiels Wraps Up Second Consecutive Late Model Oakshade Raceway Track Championship With
  • Archbold Remains Undefeated With Resounding Win Over Wauseon 35-7
  • Stryker Panthers Fall At Home To Ottawa Hills 44-13
  • Delta Opens League Play With 28-7 Loss To Patrick Henry
  • Bryan Golden Bears Win Big At Swanton 41-0
  • No. 21 Miami Rolls Past Upset-Minded Toledo 49-24
  • Hoosiers Run Past Ball St. For Perfect Non-Conference Start
  • No. 4 Ohio State Holds Off No. 15 TCU 40-28 After Quick TDs
  • Jarret With 4 TDs, Bowling Green Beats E. Kentucky 42-35
  • Shea Patterson Throws 3 TDs, No. 19 Michigan Beats SMU 45-20
  • No. 8 Notre Dame Holds On For 22-17 Victory Over Vanderbilt
  • This Week’s “Athletes Of The Week:
  • Evergreen Lady Vikings Knock Off Edgerton In Three Sets
  • Boys Soccer Recaps
  • Area League Standings
  • Bryan Edges Delta 3-1 In NWOAL Boys Soccer Match
  • Area Golf Recaps
  • Area Tennis Recaps
  • This Week’s Area Sports Schedule
  • Area Junior High Results
  • Area Cross Country Teams Converge At Harrison Lake For Fayette Invitational
  • Archbold Hosts NWOAL Cross Country Preview Meet

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