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LIBERTY CENTER - The village will soon have its crosswalk construction project starting, but village maintenance will first do work to take care of water valves in that area.

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The surge of COVID-19 cases in Henry County is continuing, with 298 cases recorded so far in September. Of those 298 cases, 94 are in infants through age 19.

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The National Weather Service of Northern Indiana has issued a flood watch for the region, which includes Henry County.

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Jonah Stiriz (right) was sworn in by Napoleon Mayor Jason Maassel (left) recently as a new captain at the Napoleon Fire Department.

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On this date in 1973 Henry Kissinger started his term as Secretary of State.

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Editor’s Note: September is National Suicide Prevention Month. A series of articles will share information from a recent Four County Suicide Prevention Coalition event that focused on a community readiness assessment performed in the four-county area, a review of suicides in the area over th…

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The 2021 Holgate Homecoming Court is (from left) Jordyn Hoellrich, freshman attendant; Madison Downing, sophomore attendant; Raegan Hoellrich, junior attendant; Faith Kuhlman, senior attendant; Queen Carissa Meyer; King Richard Bower; Brodi Burgel, senior attendant; Abe Kelly, junior attenda…

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LOS ANGELES — A northwest Ohio musical group recently auditioned on the singing competition “The Voice,” and impressed all four celebrity judges.

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“Try to be a rainbow in someone’s cloud.” (Maya Angelou)

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HOLGATE — An update on COVID-19 cases, quarantines and precautions highlighted Monday’s meeting of the Holgate Local Schools Board of Education.

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The Henry County Park District will meet Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. in the Henry County commissioners’ room in Napoleon.

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BOWLING GREEN — U.S. Rep. Bob Latta, R-Bowling Green, announced via social media Monday evening that he tested positive for COVID-19.

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MALINTA — Village council Monday learned a new Ohio Water Development Authority (OWDA) loan is in place to refinance a 2011 sewer project.

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LIBERTY CENTER — Village council Monday reaffirmed its previous decision on a water line request for a new building outside of the village limits.

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The 2021 Patrick Henry High School Homecoming Court includes (front row, from left) Grace Behnfeldt, freshman attendant; Chloe Baird, senior attendant; Brooke Bostelman, senior attendant; Ella Meyer, senior attendant; Jazmine Miranda, senior attendant; Paris Wright, senior attendant; Gracin …

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MISSION VIEJO, California, — The Association of American Educators Foundation (AAEF), a 501(c)(3) organization supporting the mission of the Association of American Educators (AAE), a national, non-union, professional association serving educators in all 50 states, is accepting teacher schol…

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The Liberty Center Fall Fest held Saturday allowed attendees to shop from a number of local vendors.

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A Dreamers' car/vehicle show was once again on display at Saturday's Liberty Center Fall Festival.

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Four County Career Center recently celebrated fall sports spirit day where 150 student athletes, cheerleaders and band members from all 22 associate schools were recognized. Pictured are the recognized students from Henry County.

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ARCHBOLD — Northwest State Community College (NSCC) and Central State University (CSU) recently signed an articulation agreement that will allow students to transfer credits from an associate of applied science in agronomy at NSCC to a bachelor’s of science in agricultural education with lic…

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BOWLING GREEN — The Ohio Department of Transportation District Two reported the following project update for Henry County:

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David J. Kinney, 24, of Stryker appeared Thursday for a preliminary hearing on one count of possession of drugs, a fifth-degree felony.

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The Liberty Center Fall Fest held Saturday allowed attendees to shop from a number of local vendors.

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The 2021 Napoleon High School Homecoming Court includes (front row, from left) Jonathon Fouty, king; Emma Rowland, queen; (back row, from left) Miranda Bachman, senior attendant; Levi Trausch, senior escort; Ashton Delaney, freshman escort; Madelyn Wolf, freshman attendant; Henry Eggers, sop…

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I imagine most of our readers have watched the movie “The Ten Commandments” at least once. If so, how close were you watching? According to my “Uncle John’s Bathroom Reader,” there were a few scenes with something called “time bombs” — things caught on camera that did not exist at the time.

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DELTA - A new support group for family members and friends of persons with a mental health condition will begin meeting next month in Delta. Participation in the group is free and open to any friend or family member.

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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. Frozen meals will be delivered to Meals on Wheels clients (at an earlier date) for the holidays the senior center is closed. A turk…

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Ninety-five new COVID-19 cases were recorded in Henry County within one week, bringing September’s total to 180 cases through Sept. 14, exceeding the total number of cases in the county in August (155).

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The legendary progressive rock band Rush once sang, and probably still does I imagine, “If you choose not to decide, you still have made a choice.”

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An avid golfer came home from his usual Saturday round and bragged to his neighbor about having golfed with club pro. “It was incredible. It was the best golf of my life. And the best part was, at the end of the round, there was only a single digit difference between us.”