City Council agrees to pay freeze

By JOY BROWN STAFF WRITER With other city employees facing pay freezes and layoffs, Findlay City Council members decided Tuesday not to approve raises for themselves and the city treasurer for the next two years. Facing a final reading on legislation that, if passed,...

Critics of flood-control plan plead case to congressman

By DENISE GRANT Staff Writer About 120 people, mostly farmers, met with U.S. Rep. Robert Latta on Tuesday, demanding “some common sense out of Washington” when it comes to flood-control efforts along the Blanchard River watershed. The meeting was held at the farm of...

Delaware Supreme Court dismisses Cooper appeal

By LOU WILIN STAFF WRITER Without ruling on the case’s merits, Delaware Supreme Court on Monday dismissed Cooper Tire & Rubber Co.’s appeal of a lower court’s ruling that Apollo Tyres was making reasonable efforts to complete its purchase of Cooper. The high...

Strip of land sold for I-75 project

By MAX FILBY STAFF WRITER Findlay City Schools will net $16,900 for selling a slice of property at its Findlay High School campus to the Ohio Department of Transportation as part of the Interstate 75 widening project. The Findlay school board approved the sale of the small strip...

Findlay man sentenced for fatal accident

By RYAN DUNN Staff Writer BOWLING GREEN — Kathy Cook’s first thought in the morning and her last thought at night are always the same. “She didn’t make it.” That was the horrifying message an officer delivered to her soon after a June 18, 2011...