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WILLIAMS COUNTY COMMISSIONERS: 200 Years Of Session Honored With Historical Ceremony

HISTORICAL DAY … The Willams County Commissioners held their celebratory meeting on Friday, June 7th exactly 200 years to the day from the very first Willams County Commissioners meeting. Pictured above are: (Back) Denver Henderson, Anne Retcher, Bart Westfall, Tom Strup, Alan Word, Brian Davis, and Lew Hilkert. (Front) Don Steinke, Barb Fisher, Gloria Osburn, Marvin Stuckey, and Nancy Kraemer. (PHOTO BY JENNA FRISBY / THE VILLAGE REPORTER)

By: Anna Wozniak


Honoring history is something that Northwest Ohioans know well,…


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