Letters to the Editor 05-30-14

A CIRCLE IS NOT A SPHERE Contrary to Ms. Johnston’s (letter, May 22) junkyard metaphor of car parts, atoms at a molecular level move at several hundred miles an hour at ordinary temperatures. Many atoms behave in a way that is impossible for car parts. Most atoms...

Fine arts wing to honor Wittwer

By MAX FILBY STAFF WRITER Outgoing Findlay Superintendent Dean Wittwer will be leaving the school district this summer, but his name will remain here. The Dr. Dean and Pat Wittwer Fine Arts Wing at Findlay High School will open next fall, the school board announced at...

Cooper revives technology center plan

By LOU WILIN STAFF WRITER Cooper Tire & Rubber Co. celebrated its 100th anniversary Thursday with the news it will resume plans to locate a $40 million global technology center in Findlay and add 40 high-quality jobs. “We’re really, really happy about being able...

Three face solicitation charges

Three men were arrested and charged with solicitation after a prostitution sting at area Interstate 75 truck stops. Charged with a third-degree misdemeanor were Gregory Singleton, 41, of Ypsilanti, Michigan; Anderson Bircheat, 48, of Leeds, Alabama; and Kevin Neathery, 45, of...

Commissioners OK maintenance work

By DENISE GRANT Staff Writer Hancock County’s commissioners approved some building maintenance projects on Thursday. On the list are the exterior windows at the Hancock County Courthouse, 300 S. Main St. The commissioners awarded a $25,735 contract to Service Team of...

Justice center study receives approval

By JIM MAURER STAFF WRITER TIFFIN — The Seneca County commissioners on Thursday approved a resolution accepting a study which indicates a nearly $8.5 million justice center would benefit the county and the city of Tiffin. Commissioner Fred Zoeller said approval of the...