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Wilbur 'Roy' Cox

Defiance Crescent News (subscription) - Nov 8, 2013
BRYAN -- Wilbur "Roy" Cox, 83, of Bryan, Ohio, died at 1 p.m. Tuesday, November 5, 2013, at Parkview Regional Medical Center in Fort Wayne. Roy was employed as a metallurgist with Aro Corporation in Bryan, retiring with over 20 years of service. He was ...

Ohio company creates pops, peanuts in holiday flavors

Columbus Dispatch - Nov 9, 2013
BRYAN, Ohio — Spangler Candy Co., which has long been a major producer of candy canes, will finally get into the Christmas spirit this year with respect to its Dum Dums lollipops and Circus Peanuts marshmallow candies. After 107 years in business, the ...

Ohio motorist, 83, dies after smashing into stopped semi

Fort Wayne Journal Gazette - Nov 7, 2013
Wilbur R. Cox, of Bryan, Ohio, died from his injuries Tuesday afternoon at Parkview Regional Medical Center, the coroner's office said. The crash occurred about 6:30 a.m. on Indiana 37, north of Irving Road. Cox, wearing a seat belt, ran into a semi ...

Reginald 'Slim' Ridgway

Defiance Crescent News (subscription) - Nov 5, 2013
BRYAN -- Reginald "Slim" R. Ridgway, 83, of Bryan, Ohio, died at 9:39 a.m. Sunday, November 3, 2013, at Evergreen Manor in Montpelier. Mr. Ridgway was journeyman lineman and partner in Ridgway Brothers Electric. After his retirement, he assisted the ...

IVC school board names Allison superintendent

Chillicothe Times-Bulletin
Chillicothe Times-Bulletin (blog) - Jan 30, 2013
Allison, a native of Bryan, Ohio, received his Bachelor of Science in Education from Bowling Green State University in Ohio; his Master of Science in Education from Southern Illinois University – Edwardsville; and anticipates completion of his ...

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Hometown Band: 150 Years of Music and History in Bryan, Ohio

by: William L. Culbertson
History of band and town complete with rosters through 2002 by name with date and instrument, sources cited, and index. "With all the changes in life over the last 150 years, most town bands had disappeared (although a fair number have been reestablished lately). The town band in Bryan, Ohio has been performing public concerts on the town square since 1852--one of the oldest, continuously performing groups in the United States. This book, written by a long-time member in honor of the band's 150th season, is a lively account of life and times in small town America.
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Railroad Accident Report: Collision Involving Three Consolidated Rail Corporation Freight Trains Operating in Fog on a Double Main Track near Bryan, Ohio, January 17, 1999

by: National Transportation Safety Board
About 1:58 a.m. eastern standard time on January 17, 1999, three Consolidated Rail Corporation (Conrail) freight trains operating in fog on a double main track were involved in an accident near Bryan, Ohio. Westbound Mail-9, traveling near maximum authorized speed on track No. 1, struck the rear of a slower moving westbound train, TV-7, at milepost 337.22. The collision caused the derailment of the 3 locomotive units and the first 13 cars of Mail-9 and the last 3 cars of TV-7. The derailed equipment fouled the No.
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Reminiscing About Retail: Confessions of a Cashier

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by: Becky Corwin-Adams
Do you remember the dime stores of the '60s? Did you ever shop at G.C. Murphy's, Woolworths, or Newberry's? Discount department stores became very popular in the '70s and dime stores began to close. Stores like Kmart, Grant City, Murphy's Mart, Hills, and Ames provided a great shopping experience for American families. Most of these chains closed their doors in the '80s and '90s. The glory days of department store shopping have faded away and we now live in a big box world.

I always loved shopping in downtown Defiance, Ohio when I was growing up in the '60s.
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Photo Reprint High Street, Showing Public Library, Bryan, Ohio

Printed on archival photo paper, no mat, no backer. Item from the Historic Ohio Postcard collection, reprints from about 10,000 historic Ohio postcards. Photo Reprint High Street, Showing Public Library, Bryan, Ohio .
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Photo Reprint Main Street Looking North, Bryan, Ohio 1931-1940

Printed on archival photo paper, no mat, no backer. Item from the Historic Ohio Postcard collection, reprints from about 10,000 historic Ohio postcards. Photo Reprint Main Street Looking North, Bryan, Ohio 1931-1940.
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Bryan, Ohio City White Stainless Steel Mug

This is a new white stainless steel mug imprinted using sublimation technology. It is a 14 oz mug. Same design printed on both sides of mug.
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Bryan, Ohio City Mug

This is a new ceramic coffee mug imprinted using the latest sublimation technology. This process embeds the image permanently and gives it a smooth surface with a crisp and vivid image. Design is imprinted on a standard 11 oz white mug and it is dishwasher safe. Same design printed on both sides of mug.
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by: Walter E. Grunden
Founded by John A. Bryan in 1840, the modest village bearing his name soon came to be known as the Fountain City for its many artesian wells bubbling with clear, cool water. As roads and rail began to crisscross the Midwest, Bryan, the seat of Williams County, grew in local and regional significance as a bustling locale where politics, agriculture, and industry intersected with profit. Perhaps most famous for internationally known products such as the Ohio Arts Etch-A-Sketch and Spangler Candys Dum Dums pops, Bryan is also the hometown of several notable natives, including a silent screen star, an astronaut, professional athletes, prominent academics, and nationally known authors.
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Bryan, Ohio in the 1950's - Video by Ted Spangler

Originally shot on 8mm film and later transferred to VHS tape with music added at that time. Video shot by Ted Spangler. Posted here with permission of the ...

Austin Weigle Day - Bryan, Ohio - Video by The Crescent-News, Defiance, Ohio

Thousands of northwest Ohioans gathered in downtown Bryan on Tuesday, May 1, 2012, to welcome home Bryan native Spc. Austin Weigle. He was part of the ...

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