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Safe and Healthy Children recipient of Zonta donation

The Zonta Club of Findlay presented a check for over $2,000 to the Hancock County Center for Safe and Healthy Children at its June 3 meeting. The funds were raised at a style show held in April. The Center for Safe and Healthy Children was chosen as the recipient of proceeds...

Couple to visit with traveling prescription drug abuse memorial

Kyle Schalow, founder of the Rx Epidemic Memorial Foundation, and his wife, April, will bring their traveling Rx Epidemic Memorial to Findlay at 9 a.m. Saturday at A Renewed Mind, 1624 Tiffin Ave. The Schalows formed the foundation to encourage the federal government to recognize...

Area golf: Prigge fires ace

OTTAWA — Findlay’s Eric Prigge scored a hole in one on the 172-yard, No. 3 hole at Pike Run Golf Course while using a 7-iron. Rick Gable, Rick Kuhlbander and Jon Scheele witnessed the shot.

Youth golf: Harris takes girls 14-18 FAGA title

Emma Harris carded a 94 and edged Zoie Nieto by one stroke to win the girls 14-18 age group title during the Findlay Area Golf Association tournament at Wayside Golf Course on Wednesday. The best rounds of the day came from the boys 14-15 grouping, where Hunter Foltz shot an 81...

Prep tennis: Five Findlay tennis players earn all-conference awards

TOLEDO — Five Findlay High players, all runner-ups in the Three Rivers Athletic Conference tournament, earned first- and second-team honors in the 2014 all-TRAC boys tennis selections. Reid Teatsorth and Max MacDonald were first-team picks in balloting by TRAC coaches. Jake...

Riverside Train open for summer

The Hancock Historical Museum’s Riverside Train, located at the corner of Ohio 568 and County Road 236, is open for the summer season. The train will run from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. every Saturday until Aug. 30, weather permitting. Rides are 50 cents per person. Frequent rider...

LBHS graduate wins new car

Brian Miller, a 2014 graduate of Liberty-Benton High School, was one of two northwestern Ohio students awarded with a 2014 Kia Forte automobile from the Taylor Automotive Family for its Driven to Succeed program. The winning students were chosen for academic excellence and...

One person hurt in Ohio 12 crash

FOSTORIA — A Clyde man was injured in a car-truck collision on Ohio 12 east of Fostoria Wednesday morning. The Seneca County Sheriff’s Office reported Jeffrey T. Perry, 65, of Clyde, was stopped on Seneca County 592 at the Ohio 12 intersection shortly after 11 a.m....

Letters to the Editor 6-12-14

WERE HAZARDOUS CROSSROADS STUDIED? In response to The Courier’s View (June 4) about stoplight cameras, the intersections in Findlay at which supporters once proposed cameras had 35 mph speed limits and short yellow lights. If the justification is to reduce accidents, was a...

Inadmissible

Often, police make felony drug arrests along Interstate 75 in Hancock County. The highway has long been known as a corridor drug runners use to transport contraband north and south. If police were able to stop and search every vehicle, chances are a significant number would be...