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  • Rogelio “Roy” Gomez (1942 – 2018) –  Archbold Resident, Vietnam Veteran
  • Richard Wyse (1930 – 2018) – Member of Wauseon’s St. Caspar Catholic Church
  • Shirley Quillen (1951 – 2018) – Bryan Resident
  • Jean Hilbert (1929 – 2018) – Member of Edgerton United Methodist Church
  • Bernard Schliesser (1952 – 2018) – Owner of Bernie’s Electric From 1980-2010
  • Doris Carlin (1926 – 2018) – Attended Trinity Lutheran Church in Bryan
  • Bonnie Stover (1934 – 2018) – Longtime Resident of Lyons
  • Janet Simmons (1933 – 2018) – Formerly of West Unity / Stryker Graduate
  • Charles Wolfe (1928 – 2018) – Member of Bryan American Legion Post 284


  • Trine Professor Addresses Large Crowd In Pioneer Concerning Aquifer
  • Introducing Ohio’s Lieutenant Governor-Elect, Jon Husted Of Montpelier
  • Four County Career Center Home To Drug Free Club
  • Wauseon Graduate Emily Legenza Crowned 2019 Miss Northwestern Ohio
  • Three Arts Club Hears About Services Provided By NoCAC
  • Ohio Democratic Senator Weighing 2020 Presidential Run
  • Montpelier P.D. Bypasses The Blades
  • Montreal Man Convicted Of Terrorism For Michigan Airport Attack
  • Authorities: Custody Dispute Played Role In Ohio Family’s Slaying
  • FBI Report Shows 17 Percent Spike In Hate Crimes In 2017
  • Williams County Safe Communities Release Third Quarter Traffic Fatality Update
  • ‘No Remorse’: Judge Sends Indiana Teen Shooter To Juvenile Detention
  • Montpelier Police Investigate Bomb Threat
  • Prosecutor Dropping Some Marijuana Cases After Michigan Vote
  • Williams County Safe Communities Stresses Importance Of Safety Belts
  • Reporter & Her Uncle Found Dead Inside Perrysburg (Rural Toledo) Home
  • October Students Of The Month At Hilltop Junior & High School
  • Caught My Eye, Crossed My Mind
  • Wauseon’s Levi Perkins Earns Eagle Scout Rank
  • Stryker Village Council Allows Online Credit Card Payments
  • West Unity Chamber Of Commerce Names Pam Eisel 2018 Citizen Of The Year
  • Small Business Saturday Proclaimed By Swanton Village Council
  • Edon Superintendent Has Concerns About TIF At Love’s Property
  • Four County Students Build Christmas Display
  • Edon High School Presents “Little Shop Of Horrors”
  • Pioneer Village Council Agrees To Table Controversial Resolution
  • Delta Village Council Fields Bevy Of Questions From Resident Couple
  • Doll & Me Tea Party To Benefit Swanton Local Schools Foundation
  • Swanton High School 2018-2019 Class Officers
  • Archbold High School First Nine Weeks Honor Roll
  • Edon FFA Members Receive Free FFA Jackets
  • Local Police, EMT, Fire, Traffic & Williams and Fulton County Court News
  • Gardner Elected Ohio Senate Majority Leader
  • Stryker Student Of The Month For October
  • Severe Blood Shortage – Red Cross Issues Immediate Call For Blood Donations
  • North Central Elementary Holds Annual Veterans Day Celebration
  • Wauseon FFA Members Hold Busy October Agenda
  • Michelle Obama Memoir Is Next Pick For Winfrey Book Club
  • Member School Counselors Tour Four County Career Center
  • Fulton County Agricultural Society Elects Fair Board Directors
  • Ohio State Drains Mirror Lake In Advance Of Rivalry Game
  • FULTON COUNTY COMMISSIONERS- Attorney Asks Fulton County To Join Lawsuit Against Opioid Makers
  • NYC Parade Honors Veterans, Marks 100 Years Since End Of WWI
  • Area Elementary Education Students Lead Monster Math Night
  • County Veterans Military Heritage Museum Topic At Hospital Auxiliary
  • Some Michigan Communities Say No To Marijuana Businesses
  • George W. Bush, Laura Bush Honored For Work With Veterans
  • Looking Back At What We Read Years Ago
  • Ginsburg, 85, Improving After Fall But Misses Court Session
  • US Retail Sales Rose A Solid 0.8 Percent Last Month
  • Edon Class Of 1968 Celebrates 50th Class Reunion
  • Delta American Legion To Host Event Honoring Those Killed In Vietnam
  • Veteran’s Day Pheasant Hunt Held
  • Montpelier’s Olde Tyme Holiday Gathering Enjoyed
  • Montpelier Explores Trail Funding Options
  • Edon’s Kyle Long Attends Rising Educators Conference
  • Holiday City Village Council Discusses New Park
  • Christmas In Swanton Announces 2018 Grand Marshal & Parade Theme
  • Local Holiday Parades And Tree Lighting Ceremonies
  • Local Readers Respond To What Are You Thankful For
  • US Analysts Locate Secret North Korean Missile Sites
  • BIPARTISANSHIP SUPPORT – President Trump Backs 1st Major Rewrite Of Sentencing Laws In Decades
  • Postal Service’s Red Ink For 12th Year As Letter Mail Drops
  • US October Budget Deficit Jumps To $100.5 Billion
  • Fayette Village Council Approves Ordinance Allowing Five Percent Water Rate Hike
  • Local Classified And Help Wanted


  • Pastors Ponderings – GIVING THANKS
  • Fellowship of Christian Athletes; “GOD IS GREAT, GOD IS GOOD!”


  • Christmas Tree String Art Class At Stryker Branch Library
  • Santa Claus Is Visiting The West Unity Library


  • Bryan Senior Center Announces Regular Euchre Party Results
  • Over 250 Senior Citizens Gather For Annual Williams County Thanksgiving Dinner


  • Hilltop Junior High 2018 Fall Teams
  • North Central Junior High 2018 Fall Teams
  • Hilltop Cadets 2018 Fall Sports Awards
  • Wauseon Hosts Entertaining FFA Donkey Basketball Game
  • Bryan Football Cheer Awards Distributed
  • 2018 Fall All County Teams Selection
  • Coach Parrish Reflects On Inaugural Season Of Football At North Central
  • Edgerton’s Dream Season Ends In Regional Final Loss To McComb
  • Stryker’s Sonnenberg Reflects On First Varsity Football Season
  • Toledo Bowl Eligible With 56-34 Win Over Kent State

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