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Deadline extended for Ohio energy assistance program

COLUMBUS (AP) — The long, cold winter has been a drain on many household budgets in Ohio, so the state is extending the deadline for lower-income people to apply for heating assistance. Nearly 134,000 customers have received $34 million in help with heating bills through...

Wrestling: Two win matches at national meet

VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. — Fostoria’s Luke Leonard and Findlay’s Justin Jolliff both won matches over the weekend at the National High School Coaches Association’s national wrestling championships. Both wrestlers competed in the 87-man junior class 126-pound...

Letters to the Editor 3-31-14

AMMO PROPOSAL SHOWS IGNORANCE The glory days of deer hunting in Ohio are over. The Department of Natural Resources, which by law is required to conserve the deer herd, has instead destroyed it. The unelected bureaucrats that run the division of wildlife, Chief Scott Zody and Deer...

Prep track: Carey girls win triple jump at Seneca East Relays

  ATTICA — Carey’s team won the triple jump relay to highlight the day for area track and field athletes at Saturday’s Seneca East Tiger Relays. Oak Harbor outscored Bellevue for the girls title 114-88½. Carey (42) was sixth, Arcadia (13) finished 10th and...

UF sports: Baseball sweeps pair from Lake Erie

The University of Findlay baseball team continued to get lock-down pitching from Drew Hargrove and Alex Williams and clutch hitting from Jordan Garcia as the Oilers, playing on their home field for the first time this season, swept a Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic...

Prep tennis: Teatsorth top returning player for Findlay High

Three all-league selections, including 2013 Three Rivers Athletic Conference champions Reid Teatsorth and Max MacDonald, will head up Findlay High’s boys tennis team when the Trojans open the 2014 season Tuesday with a match against Bowling Green at the FHS Courts....

Public Meetings

The following public meetings will be held this week in the Findlay area: TUESDAY Findlay school board, 7:30 a.m., Superintendent’s Office at 1100 Broad Ave., to revise the school calendar because of calamity days. Findlay City Council, 7:30 p.m., council chambers,...

Spring sports: Weather already wreaking havoc on spring sports

By ANDREW WILLIAMS STAFF WRITER It’s been spring, according to the calendar, for more than a week now. Try telling that to local high school baseball and softball coaches, because they aren’t quite convinced. While many people are still trying to thaw out from one of...

BU music prof’s pieces featured

BLUFFTON — Bluffton University will celebrate the publication of five new band pieces composed by one of its associate professors. The event set for 3:45 p.m. Thursday will celebrate the accomplishments of Peter Terry, an associate professor of information technology and...