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Weekend: Kids share effect of 4-H on their lives

By CASSIE TURNER Nearly 250,000 Ohio youth will celebrate Ohio 4-H Week next week. Hancock County 4-H reaches 3,174 youth through community clubs, school enrichment and special-interest programming. The program has been making a difference in young people’s lives since...

District Girls Basketball: On to regionals for L-B

By TED RADICK staff writer ELIDA — Like a savvy investor, Liberty-Benton’s girls basketball team got in on the ground floor early and saw the dividends pile up down the road. The Eagles built a quick 10-0 lead in Saturday’s Division III district final at the...

Weekend: A whole new world

The Arts Partnership of Greater Hancock County will sponsor three performances of Youtheatre’s “Disney Aladdin JR.” Performances of this family-friendly musical are March 14 and 15 at 7 p.m. and March 16 at 2 p.m. in the Great Room at First Presbyterian Church,...

Weekend: Veterans sought for oral history project

History could not exist without the personal records of people. Acutely aware of the importance of preserving the letters, diaries, pictures, and objects of past generations, the Hayes Presidential Center has launched the Northwest Ohio Veterans’ Oral History Project. The...

College Lacrosse: UF drops opener

MANCHESTER, N.H. — St. Anselm got off to a fast start rolling up a 17-3 halftime lead to stop the University of Findlay 19-7 in the women’s lacrosse opener for both teams Saturday at Grappone Stadium. Kyra Bradley led the Oilers with three goals while Taylor Trice,...

Sunday’s Scoreboard

PREP GIRLS BASKETBALL Saturday’s District Finals Division I AT LaKE Toledo Notre Dame 52, Perrysburg 35 Division II AT PAULDING Lima Bath 61, Wapakoneta 42 AT PERRYSBURG Toledo Rogers 52, Clyde 44 AT BUCKEYE CENTRAL Bellevue 84, Mansfield Madison 43 Division III AT ANTHONY...

District Girls Basketball: Crestview defense stymies Leipsic

By MICHAEL BURWELL STAFF WRITER LIMA — When it mattered most, Convoy Crestview’s fourth-quarter defense took over. And Leipsic saw its chances of winning the district finals slowly slip away. The Knights held Leipsic to just six fourth-quarter points, forced six...

Girls Basketball: New Riegel blows away South Central

By SHANNON DOVE for The Courier SHELBY — New Riegel’s girls basketball team danced and grooved to the music as Pharrell Williams’ ‘Happy’ blasted overhead. The Blue Jackets were definitely happy, and with good reason. Lauren Ladd had a double-double...

Tokyo Steakhouse fire under investigation

Findlay firefighters were called to a fire at the Tokyo Japanese Steakhouse at the Findlay Village Mall at about 2:20 a.m. Saturday. Firefighters said they had the fire knocked down by 2:30 a.m., then set up equipment to clear smoke from the building. Findlay Fire Department...

College Track: UF’s Zolotoglavyy wins long jump title

HILLSDALE, Mich. — The University of Findlay’s Alexander Zolotoglavyy won the men’s long jump to highlight the first day of action for the Oilers indoor track and field teams at the Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference championships at Hillsdale...
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