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Nothing says summer quite like the warmth of the beaming sun, the sound and vibrance of fireworks and of course the savory smell of quality... [Read More]
After 36 years, Raymond Stark will finally receive his high school diploma. [Read More]
Edon Village Administrator Chad Ordway told the village council Monday Busche Performance Group has purchased the DMI buildings on Indiana Street. [Read More]
With a 4-1 vote Monday, the Stryker Village Council entered into a purchase agreement with Ohio Leaf Relief for the cultivation of medical marijuana. [Read More]
For Miss Bryan Katelynn Phillips, participation in (and winning) the Fountain City Pageant is something of a family tradition. [Read More]
As the Class of 2017 is taken to the open road ahead, Delaney Zuver was reminded of Walt Whitman's words in "Song of the Open... [Read More]
Kicking off a weekend of events at the Gathering in Unity Days was the annual garden tractor pulls and barbecue chicken dinner Friday. [Read More]
Gone were the accordions, lederhosen and dirndls, but much of the fun and energy of the former Germanfest remained this year for the rebranded Pioneer... [Read More]
After a multi-year absence, the West Unity Chamber of Commerce has decided to bring back the car show for this weekend's Gathering in Unity Days. [Read More]
The former Pioneer Germanfest has been rebranded as Pioneer Days in an attempt to return to the festival's roots. [Read More]
Meals and roads were the big topics of discussion Monday night at the Edgerton Village Council meeting. [Read More]
Jim Tucker worked as a crossing guard in Bryan for less than a year, but with his cheerful demeanor, friendly waves and words of encouragement... [Read More]
The Bryan City Band has been playing for more than 160 years. [Read More]
Every year, the Bryan Eagle Riders host a benefit ride. [Read More]
People can sometimes forget the meaning of Memorial Day. [Read More]
Six Fountain City Christian School seniors shared laughs, memories and congratulations Friday evening during their graduation ceremony. [Read More]
People with autism experience life and act differently than people without. [Read More]
John Schoenhals will be moving a little closer to home when he takes over as the new Williams County Ohio State University Extension executive director. [Read More]
The Bryan community garden project has gotten some help from Black Swamp Art Guild in the form of decorated signs. [Read More]
Sometimes, people just need to talk it out. [Read More]