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The following is a list of meetings scheduled next week for the City of Napoleon. Unless otherwise noted, all meetings take place at the city building, or a link can be found on the city's website to attend virtually.

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On February 21, 2021 the Richfield Allstars held their second meeting of the year. The meeting was held in person at Westhope Bible Church. All social distancing guidelines were followed and a virtual option was provided. During the meeting we discussed upcoming plans for the 4-H year ahead …

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As of Wednesday afternoon, 18% of Henry County residents had received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine. Throughout the state, 15% of Ohioans have received at least one dose of the vaccine.

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People Magazine debuted on this date, way back in 1974, featuring Mia Farrow as Daisy Buchanan from the “Great Gatsby” on the cover.

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LIBERTY CENTER — Village council Tuesday approved the transportation of fine stone to begin preparations of the park’s ball fields for summer.

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WASHINGTON, D.C. — U.S. Sen. Rob Portman, R-Ohio, reported this week he received the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine while he was part of a trial group.

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DEFIANCE - First Insurance Group recently announced its rebranding that aligns the First Insurance Group name with the recent name change of its corporate holding company to Premier Financial Corp. and banking affiliate to Premier Bank.

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ARCHBOLD — The Four County Career Center Board of Education recently approved several personnel items, including two retirements.

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Of the thousands of small business owners and leaders we speak to each year, one of the top questions my EntreLeadership team and I receives isn’t about hiring, firing, marketing or any of the other numerous responsibilities an entrepreneur has to manage every day. It’s something much simple…

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Crews from the City of Napoleon worked on a water main break Tuesday that temporarily shut off water service in the area of East Riverview Avenue from Commerce Drive to Enterprise Avenue. Customers located on Lamar Drive and Riverview Estates Apartments were also affected. Most water service…

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Everything regarding COVID-19 seems so confusing and even contradictory at times. One television news reporter says cases are dropping, vaccine is getting in arms and the “return to normal” is around the corner. Other reports indicate deaths are on the rise, vaccine is delayed, and we will b…

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As the state Monday announced new groups of people who will be eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine starting Thursday, the county will be receiving doses of the newest vaccine to receive emergency use authorization from the Food and Drug Administration.

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The year was 1939 and a Boston College student established a new fad by swallowing a live goldfish.

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MALINTA — An Ohio Water Development Authority (OWDA) application will be requested by the village for the purpose of refinancing on money borrowed for a 2011 project.

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ARCHBOLD — NAMI Four County’s next meeting will be held as a virtual only tonight at 7 p.m. on the organization’s Zoom meeting platform.

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Dear Doctor: I am 32 years old, and I just learned I have IBD. My doctor thinks the fact that in my family we eat a lot of sweets has something to do with it. I’m not the only one with stomach issues, but I figured since it runs in the family, it is genetic. Do you think it could really be f…

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It was way back in 1941 that the first commercial FM radio station, W47NV, launched in Nashville, Tennessee, on March 1. In today’s world, I guess that AM stations take a backseat to the many FM stations.

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The following is an update provided by the Ohio Department of Transportation on the construction of a new bridge over the Maumee River near Napoleon. The $10.3 million project began Feb. 13, 2020 and will be completed in June 2022. Vernon Nagel Inc., Napoleon, is the general contractor.

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Napoleon High School December/January Students of the Month include (from left) Freedom Township Men’s Club Freshman Gracie Butler; Napoleon Lions Club senior Alana Bohls; Rotary Club sophomore Javone Torres; and Bert G. Taylor Napoleon American Legion junior Reese Parsons.

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Local mayors from the four-county area issued a proclamation designating Feb. 1-28 as Career and Technical Education Month and recognizing that career and technical education offers students the opportunity to gain the academic, technical and employability skills necessary for true career re…

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Napoleon City Council Monday rejected a recommendation by the Napoleon Parks and Recreation Board concerning a trail fee for personal golf carts at the golf course.

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From the March 1921 local newspapers:

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Jeff Mires, a member of the Henry County commissioners as well as the Napoleon Lions Club, recently gave a condensed “State of the County” report to the local club.

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The Henry County Senior Center is offering “drive-thru” meals for seniors.