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Plans for a new water treatment plant in Edon have been approved by the Environmental Protection Agency. [Read More]
Local farmer Bob Short was recently elected to serve as the first vice president for the Ohio Federation of Soil and Water Conservation Districts. [Read More]
Tempers flared Monday evening as the Edon Village Council and Mayor Duane Thiel disagreed about employee decisions. [Read More]
After four years of fundraising, 62 North Central High School students took a trip to New York City and got to play in the St.... [Read More]
For 122 years, the Order of the Eastern Star has had a presence in downtown Montpelier. [Read More]
Addressing a class of mostly children, Rob Taylor had a simple question for them. [Read More]
The Village of Pioneer has joined in the chorus of villages and cities that oppose the centralized collection of income taxes. [Read More]
For Hope Hornish, driving in NASCAR is her dream job. [Read More]
The Williams County Farm Service Agency has a new county executive director. [Read More]
From the very beginning, it was obviously not your typical high school orchestra concert. [Read More]
Edgerton Police Chief Jeremy Jones is saying goodbye to the county he has served for more than 20 years. [Read More]
Edgerton residents interested in speaking to council will now have an easier time doing so. [Read More]
Two North Central students are learning first-hand what it is like to rebuild a tractor. [Read More]
Edgerton's long road to recovery from its fiscal emergency is almost over. [Read More]
With booths lined up in the gym of the school-turned-village hall, people crowded in to learn more about businesses in Edgerton Saturday. [Read More]
Today, Christians all over the world are celebrating Ash Wednesday, the start of Lent. [Read More]
Ohio Art has a history that spans more than 100 years. [Read More]
North Central Local Schools Superintendent Ken Boyer submitted his letter of resignation at the board's meeting on Monday evening. [Read More]
This weekend, for the fourth time, Montpelier won the annual Berkeley Springs International Water Tasting, bringing home the top prize for best municipal water. [Read More]
The Williams County Public Library invited children to be their guests for a tea party with Belle on Saturday, and the community responded. [Read More]