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2023 Community & Business Of The Year Announced At Annual WEDCO Luncheon

PHOTOS PROVIDED BY JACYLN HERMAN / THE VILLAGE REPORTERLIFE OF SERVICE … Jim Watkins was thanked for the 37 years he dedicated to the Williams County Health Department, and all of the contributions he has made to the community throughout his time there.

By: Anna Wozniak

The Williams County Economic Development Corporation held their annual awards luncheon last week. Attendees enjoyed lunch prepared by the Four County culinary class, with decorations prepared b…


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