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LIBERTY CENTER — Village council members gave their support to beginning efforts to have the local State Route 109 named in memoriam of a Liberty Township resident.

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MALINTA — Village council Monday approved ordinances to adjust its paperwork and records pertaining to income tax reciprocity.

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“As we express our gratitude, we must never forget the highest appreciation is not to utter words, but to live by them.” (John Fitzgerald Kennedy)

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It was on this date, way back in 1955, that Scrabble hit the shelves in the United Kingdom, making the game an international success. It took a number of years for designer Alfred Butts to convince toy-makers on the merit of the game, but in the early 1950s, the game caught on in the U.S.

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The Henry County commissioners Tuesday attended a networking meeting, as well as held an executive session for security matters. No action was taken following the session.

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LIBERY CENTER — Council Tuesday committed to a project that would address the village’s aging lift stations.

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The Buckeye Boys and Girls State programs for high school juniors help form future leaders and provide participants with lifelong friendships.

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Seventy-eight years ago today, Louis Armstrong and Billie Holiday were among the performers at the first jazz concert held in New York City’s Metropolitan Opera House, a benefit for the war effort.

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Four County Career Center recently hosted the annual Career Exploration Days for over 1,500 sophomores from the 22 member schools in Defiance, Fulton, Henry, and Williams counties. Each sophomore visited two career and technical programs and heard presentations about the programs from career…

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Four County Career Center recently hosted the annual Career Exploration Days for over 1,500 sophomores from the 22 member schools in Defiance, Fulton, Henry, and Williams counties. Each sophomore visited two career and technical programs and heard presentations about the programs from career…

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We have all heard the sayings about the pitfalls of assumptions, those dangerous conclusions that we reach about people or situations without having all the facts. Sam Parker, of InspireYourPeople.com, is a gifted author, business leader and blogger from whom I have gained a lot of knowledge…

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Tara Rex of The Center for Child and Family Advocacy recently presented a series of lessons to Liberty Center Middle School students on the topic of healthy relationships. As a companion service project, LCMS students collected gifts for occupants of the House of Ruth. The Center for Child a…

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Christopher G. Wallace, 38, of Holgate appeared Thursday for a full preliminary hearing on one count of corrupting another with drugs, a felony of the second degree.

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The 2022-23 Napoleon Junior/Senior High School curriculum guide was recently approved, with one new class added and another altered.

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January is Cervical Cancer Awareness Month, and preventative measures such as an HPV vaccine and preventative screenings can help reduce the risk.

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WAUSEON - The office of the Fulton County prosecuting attorney reported a Fulton County grand jury recently issued indictments for four individuals.

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WAUSEON — The office of the Fulton County prosecuting attorney reported three individuals were recently sentenced in Fulton County Common Pleas Court.

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The 2022 Napoleon Area City Schools Board of Education includes (from left) Marcia Bruns, President Ty Otto, Ryan Crandall, Erika Damman and Vice President Michael Wesche. January is National School Board Appreciation Month.

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Napoleon Mayor Jason Maassel Monday gave the annual State of the City Address by looking back at accomplishments from 2021 and looking ahead.

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ARCHBOLD - The Four County ADAMhs Board recently allocated approximately $944,000 of federal grant funds to three local providers to address issues related to opioid use.

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“The heart that gives is a happy one, for we cannot feel thankful and unhappy at the same time.” (Douglas Wood)

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St. Paul Lutheran Church, Napoleon, is celebrating its recent organ renovation with an organ concert featuring Kevin Hildebrand tonight at 7 p.m.

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Last year was the second consecutive year a record was set for the tire shredding business at the Henry County Landfill, with the transfer station also posting high numbers, and the county’s solid waste coordinator announced his intent to retire later this year.

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The Henry County commissioners Thursday awarded the bid for the cash rent of approximately 204.91 acres of farm ground near the former county home.

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Those interested in a meal need to RSVP by 2 p.m. the day before at 419-599-0033. There will be no salad bar. The menu meal is served daily from noon-12:30 p.m. A turkey and cheese sandwich is available to replace the main entree of a meal. A chef salad is available to replace a hot meal. Dr…