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Trenton Avenue crash injures 3

Three people were hurt Tuesday night in a two-vehicle accident on Trenton Avenue on Findlay’s west side. The Hancock County Sheriff’s Office reported that a 1989 Chevy pickup driven by Mitchell Stahl, 19, of Findlay, was stopped to turn into the Auto Zone store, 1275 W. Trenton...
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VIDEO: Waves of Hope

The University of Findlay Student National Pharmaceutical Association and Studio M Salon and Spa hosted Waves of Hope on Tuesday, at which university students and members of the community could donate hair to help Children With Hair Loss. Children With Hair Loss is a non-profit...

Resolution passes Ohio Senate honoring Extension programs

COLUMBUS — The Ohio Senate unanimously passed a resolution honoring extension programs on their 100th anniversary. State Sen. Cliff Hite sponsored the bill recognizing the Smith-Lever Act of 1914 that helped formalize agricultural education programs across the country, according...

On Deck: Tuesday night spring sports

Let’s try it again. After a complete washout of the area’s prep baseball and softball schedule on Monday area teams will try and resume their seasons today weather permitting. There are 14 baseball games on the local sports slate today. Findlay High School will try and play just...

Hospital auxiliary pledges $450K to Cancer Care Center

The Blanchard Valley Hospital Auxiliary has pledged $450,000 to the new Blanchard Valley Cancer Care Center. The pledge will be filled over three years. Elizabeth Candler, auxiliary president, will present a check signifying the pledge to Kimberly Benson, director of oncology...

Laying a foundation for the future

By JEANNIE WILEY WOLF Staff Writer Members of the Literacy Coalition of Hancock County are hoping to improve early childhood literacy, and they’re looking to country singer superstar Dolly Parton for help. The coalition has received a $10,000 HancockReads grant from the...

Holy Week, Easter service listings due Wednesday

The Courier will publish a list­ing of area church services and activities for Holy Week and Easter on Saturday. Congregations wishing to be included must sub­mit information regarding serv­ices, in writing, to the newspaper by noon Wednesday. Information should be sent to The...

Chopin Hall partnering with Meijer store on hunger program

Chopin Hall will partner with Meijer, Inc. and its customer-driven donation program, Simply Give. The Simply Give campaign will benefit more than 200 food pantries in Michigan, Illinois, Indiana, Ohio and Kentucky. The program encourages customers to purchase $10 Simply Give...

College tennis: OAC tabs Miller

ADA — Ohio Northern University’s Rachael Miller earned Ohio Athletic Conference women’s tennis player of the week honors for her play in a pair of contests last week. The sophomore went a perfect 4-0 last week as the Polar Bears defeated Ohio Wesleyan 9-0 and...

Medical school scholarships offered

Hancock County Medical Society is offering scholarships for students entering medical school this year. To be eligible, students must have graduated from a high school in Hancock County, have graduated or be graduating this spring from college, and be accepted to a medical...