Gerald Neiling

DESHLER — A funeral for Gerald Anthony “Jerry” Neiling, 72, of Deshler, will be held at 1 p.m. Saturday at Rodenberger Funeral Home, Deshler, the Rev. Annette Wellington officiating. Burial will be in Woodlawn Cemetery, Deshler. Visitation will be held two hours...

People urged to study Affordable Care Act

A health care official on Thursday urged the public to research and maintain compliance with the Affordable Care Act. The law provides a marketplace for individuals to register for coverage and coordinate subsidies, said Jan Ruma, executive director of Toledo/Lucas County...

Girls Basketball: Findlay can’t handle Lima

By ANDREW WILLIAMS STAFF WRITER Call it youthful exuberance. Call it taking what the defense gives you. However you want to characterize it, the formula was effective for Lima Senior. The sophomore duo of Caterrion Thompson and Essence Cowan combined for 46 points and 13 rebounds...

MAL Girls Basketball: Carey still unbeaten

CAREY — Sydney Wentling led four players who scored in double figures with 17 points as Carey remained unbeaten after a 65-39 win over Seneca East in Midland Athletic League girls basketball action Thursday night. Ali Rymer finished with 14 points and 10 rebounds, Shelby...

Girls Basketball: Niese leads Miller City over Fort Jennings

MILLER CITY — Cassie Niese led a Miller City parade to the foul line that resulted in the Wildcats’ first win of the season on Thursday, a 50-40 nonleague decision over Fort Jennings. Niese scored 13 of her game-high 23 points from line. Miller City converted 20 of 33...

Deep freeze

As we pull out of our deepest freeze in recent winters, it’s worth taking note of how well we battled the cold, snow, wind, and, in some cases, cabin fever. Let’s give credit where credit is due. People rose to the occasion, and exhibited common sense, something that...

Arts Center plans win approval

By LOU WILIN STAFF WRITER When music, art and oratory fill the new $10 million Marathon Performing Arts Center next year, the only boos may be for traffic troubles outside the building, just off West Main Cross Street. Findlay City Planning Commission members on Thursday...

Plans for Lye Creek buffer modified

By JOY BROWN STAFF WRITER A plan to return a small portion of Lye Creek in Findlay to a more natural state was modified Thursday after residents expressed concerns about the effect on flooding, maintenance, and what some perceived as an intrusion of big government. It was decided...

Three charged after I-75 stop

State Highway Patrol troopers on Thursday arrested three Kentuckians on Ecstasy possession charges after a traffic stop in Hancock County. The Findlay post reported finding 2,421 Ecstasy pills during a 12:51 a.m. traffic stop on Interstate 75 near U.S. 224 in Findlay. They...

Letters to the Editor 01-10-14

KINDNESS WAS APPRECIATED I want to give my thanks for the kind folks who let my son warm himself by their stove late Monday afternoon. He was driving home from work and his truck basically quit running and he pulled off U.S. 68 south of Arlington, and onto a side road and stopped...