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ARCHBOLD — In addition to transitioning into remote-learning, faculty at Northwest State Community College in the STEM and Industrial Technologies division have also answered the call to serve the community in another critical way.

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CAMDEN, N.J. — The board of directors of Campbell Soup Co. recently declared a regular quarterly dividend on Campbell’s capital stock of 35 cents per share.

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The United States launched TIROS 1, the first weather satellite, on this date in 1960.

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The Napoleon Planning Commission Tuesday approved recommending a preliminary plat of development near Lynn and Clairmont avenues.

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HAMLER — The village’s first regular sessions will be relocated to allow more room for distancing.

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WASHINGTON, D.C. — Sen. Rob Portman, R-Ohio, has received many questions on the latest $2.2 trillion aid package passed last week, and Tuesday he tried to provide some answers.

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HOLGATE — Hundreds of local residents have come together, through social media, to give others a reason to get out and about safely during the stay-at-home order.

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“One day, in retrospect, the years of struggle will strike you as the most beautiful.” (Sigmund Freud).

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Chief Supermarket had a power washing crew on hand Monday to wash and disinfect carts and hand baskets.

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CINCINNATI – U.S. Sen. Rob Portman, R-OH, announced he will donate his salary through the end of May to five regional organizations across the state of Ohio helping those impacted by the coronavirus pandemic: the Cleveland Foundation COVID-19 Rapid Response Fund, the Columbus Foundation Emer…

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COLUMBUS — On Monday, Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine extended the closure of K-12th grade school buildings until May 1.

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HOLGATE — In a virtual meeting Monday, the Holgate Local Schools Board of Education was updated on the district’s response to the building closure due to the coronavirus (COVID-19).

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Over the last few weeks, our lives have changed greatly due to the COVID-19 pandemic. It’s important to remember the actions that have been taken are to stop the spread of the disease and help save lives across our community, region and state. As of March 30, Henry County does not have any c…

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WAUSEON — A Metamora man was recently sentenced in Fulton County Common Pleas Court, according to the Fulton County Prosecutor’s Office.

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Liberty Center Middle School recently announced its February Students of the Month, who were chosen for outstanding responsibility. They include (front row, from left) Kellen Wymer, James Bailey, Braedyn Tammarine, Taryn Kolodziejczk, (back row) Christopher Patchin, Jack Watkins, Allison Cul…

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The weekend’s weather, capped by very high winds Sunday, wasn’t kind to Henry County, but eastern Ohio saw much more flooding and damage.

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The Henry County Retired Teachers Association offers four $1,500 grants to Henry County residents working toward a career in teaching.

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Residents have been forced to stay home and the gyms are closed, but that doesn’t mean people can’t still be active during the health emergency.

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The City of Napoleon recently shared information from the American Water Works Association (AWWA) and World Health Organization (WHO) on the safety of public drinking water systems.

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While undergoing our social distancing, Ann and I continue to conduct our “spring cleaning,” which includes sorting through just about everything from various boxes around the house all the way to the filing cabinets. Our shredder is working overtime and we have several boxes of paper to rec…

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A message of “BELIEVE” was spelled out in lighting on the lawn at 853 Woodlawn Ave. in Napoleon on Friday. The resident plans to change the word each Sunday to provide inspiration through the state orders.

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DEFIANCE — In an effort to remain proactive, Defiance College has decided to suspend face-to-face instruction for the remainder of the spring academic semester as the coronavirus (COVID-19) situation evolves. Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine has issued a stay-at-home order through April 6.

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Four County Career Center recently announced Tyne Rosebrock from Napoleon High School as a student of the month. The daughter of Jamie Rosebrock and the late Carlton Rosebrock, she is a senior in the accounting and business management program. Rosebrock was nominated by Job Placement Coordin…

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A forced lock down for health reasons can be hard for those living in nursing facilities, but the staffs in the area are finding ways to keep residents in touch with families.

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COLUMBUS — New projections shared by state officials Friday show Ohio’s peak of coronavirus (COVID-19) cases could reach 10,000 per day and could occur in mid-May.

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Earlier this week, the Henry County commissioners approved a contract between the Henry County engineer and the Ohio Council 8 of the American Federal of State, County and Municipal Employees, AFL-CIO Local #2900.

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The Henry County commissioners Thursday approved an addendum to the 1992 memorandum of agreement (MOA) for the Juvenile Rehabilitation District.

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Where were you on this date in 1963? Did you take in the opening of Alfred Hitchcock’s “The Birds” in New York?

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Below is a summary of some of the highlights of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act, the $2.2 trillion relief package passed this week by Congress. The summary has been provided by Chamber of Commerce Executives of Ohio (CCEO) and the U.S. Chamber.

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WASHINGTON, D.C. — U.S. Sen. Sherrod Brown, D-Ohio, said the latest relief package approved Wednesday by the Senate isn’t perfect, but it’s better than the first proposal.

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ARCHBOLD — The Four County Career Center Board of Education recently met for its regular session via teleconference.