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VIDEO: Elmwood vs. Bluffton

Bluffton and Elmwood battled down to the wire, but the Pirates prevailed, winning 51-45 at Riverdale High School in its Division III Sectional Semifinal game.
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VIDEO: Upper Sandusky vs. Kenton

Upper Sandusky pulled away late from Kenton, winning 53-33 at Riverdale High School in its Division III Sectional Semifinal game.

On Deck: Sectional girls basketball opens tonight

There’s a big day of tournament action set for today and we’ll have the latest on all of the action for you tonight here at The Courier. The Findlay High School hockey team will be in action tonight as the Trojans take on Toledo St. Francis in a district semifinal game at...

UPDATED: Motorist killed on I-75

NORTH BALTIMORE — A two-vehicle crash killed one person early this morning on Interstate 75. Stephen W. Humphries, 22, of Nitro, W.Va. was driving  a 2014 Nissan Versa north on I-75, about a mile north of North Baltimore, when he hit a tractor-trailer that was stopped for an...

Mayor’s office: Minor flood risk later this week

With rain and higher temperatures in the forecast, Findlay’s mayoral office is warning residents of possible minor flooding later this week. The combination could lead to some “minor flooding,” according to the mayor’s office. The mayor’s office also warned of possible power...

Higher temperatures help with snow removal on roads

Tuesday’s temperatures were higher than they have been in weeks, helping snowplow crews as they cleared Monday’s snowfall from roads. Most of the snow on roads melted away Tuesday, Hancock County Engineer Chris Long said, as the temperature climbed to the upper 30s under...

UPDATE: No injuries in Arlington crash

ARLINGTON — Nobody was injured in an accident that occurred around 10:30 a.m. today in Arlington. Jack Jolliff, 72, of Arlington, was driving a 2013 Ford truck when he became unconscious and hit a utility pole at the corner of Waterloo Drive and Powell Drive, according to the...

Seneca County downgraded to Level 1

The Seneca County sheriff downgraded the county to a Level 1 Tuesday afternoon.

Ohio’s legal rules for farm leases

OSU Extension’s farm lease workshop last week pointed out that lease agreements will be critical in coming years since many farm prices and rental rates are not sustainable with projected grain prices. One of the speakers, Peggy Hall, OSU agricultural law specialist,...

Roadway warnings downgraded or dropped

As the weather and road conditions improve, roadway warnings have been downgraded or dropped in most area counties. Hardin County remains on a Level 2 alert. Level 2 means, “Roadways are extremely hazardous with blowing and drifting snow. Only those who feel it necessary to...