Two people hurt in city accident

Two Findlay residents were hurt in a two-car crash at 7:29 p.m. tonight in the intersection of Broad Avenue and Howard Street, the Findlay Police Department said. Taken to Blanchard Valley Hospital were Abbigail Smith, 24, and her passenger, Melissa Turner, 26. According to city...

Hardin County train crash injures 2

Two people were injured in a truck-train collision on U.S. 68 in Hardin County at 1:43 p.m. Wednesday. Clarence F. Jewett Jr., 57, of Galloway, suffered minor injuries after he failed to yield to a rail crossing signal and his tractor-trailer was struck by a southbound CSX train...

Findlay man arrested after police search home

Findlay police arrested a Melrose Avenue man after raiding his home on a search warrant. Holden E. Smith, 25, was detained at about 11 p.m. Tuesday after a search of his 401 W. Melrose Ave. home, according to Det. Sgt. Justin Hendren of the Hancock METRICH Drug Enforcement Unit....

UPDATE: Tiffin man injured in accident on Ohio 12

A Tiffin man was injured in a three-vehicle injury accident on Ohio 12 at Hancock County 88 in Liberty Township this afternoon, according to the Hancock County Sheriff’s Office. Todd Koelsch, 39, of Tiffin, was stopped in a 2014 Nissan pickup truck on westbound Ohio 12 at...

Motorcyclist hurt in crash Tuesday

An Arlington man was taken to Blanchard Valley Hospital after his motorcycle struck a deer on U.S. 68 Tuesday night, near Hancock County 172 in Jackson Township, the Hancock County Sheriff’s Office reported. W. Scott Kingsley, 49, was traveling northbound on a 2007...

WITH VIDEO: ‘Mobile billboard’ makes stop in Findlay

By SARA ARTHURS STAFF WRITER The National Alliance on Mental Illness Ohio brought its NAMImobile to Findlay Tuesday as part of a statewide tour to raise awareness and end discrimination against people with mental illness. The NAMImobile is a 31-foot recreational vehicle painted...

Great strides being made in cancer care

By MARGARET DWIGGINS Family Editor An invitation to speak to the Findlay Rotary Club about cancer care presented a challenge to Dr. Stephen Lutz, a radiation oncologist at Findlay’s Cancer Care Center, as it’s difficult to condense such information into a brief...

Underground Railroad topic of lunchtime museum lecture

The Hancock Historical Museum, 422 W. Sandusky St., will host a Brown Bag Lecture at noon Thursday. Dwayne Beggs, a professor of history at Lourdes University, will present a lecture on the Underground Railroad. The lecture is free for museum members or $5 for adults or $3 for...

Letters to the Editor 6-4-14

LET’S NOT REPEAT SAME MISTAKES Bill Smith (letter, June 2) is thankful that Christians are “taking up for their rights” and says that Christians have the right to say what is wrong or right. And certainly, Christians, just like any other religion in the United...