Mark Mayo

Mark Mayo, 54, of Findlay, and formerly of Cygnet, died Tuesday. Arrangements are pending at Deck-Hanneman Funeral Home & Crematory, Bowling Green.

Hydrant flushing

The city of Findlay will flush hydrants today from the Blanchard River south to East Hobart Avenue, from South Main Street east to Hancock County 180, from the river south to West Hobart Avenue, and from South Main Street west to the corporation limits.

Public Record

Docket From the public records of the Findlay Police Department and the Hancock County Sheriff’s Office: Police Department A man reported his car stolen Tuesday after lending it to an ex-girlfriend, who was planning to buy it. The man did not know his ex-girlfriend’s...

Money transfer facing opposition

By JOY BROWN STAFF WRITER Two Findlay City Council members are balking at a recommended $50,000 insurance money transfer that the law director says will make it more convenient to pay claims, settlements and other legal costs. Law Director Don Rasmussen said he expects more...

Joan Slike

LEXINGTON, Ohio — A funeral for Joan J. “Jo” Slike, 72, of Lexington, Ohio, and formerly of Carey, will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday at Stombaugh-Batton Funeral Home, Carey, the Rev. John Stowe OFM Conv. officiating. Burial will be in Spring Grove Cemetery,...

Youth swimming: Flag City Invitational bigger, better than ever

By JAMIE BAKER SPORTS EDITOR This year’s Flag City Invitational swim meet will be bigger and better than ever. The 32nd annual meet hosted by the Findlay Area Swim Team is scheduled to take place at Riverside Park Pool Friday through Sunday. This year’s meet had 468...

Prep football: Fostoria Booster All-Star Game slated for June 21

FOSTORIA — A total of 40 area former prep football players will suit up one last time next week for the 31st annual Fostoria Athletic Boosters East-West Coaches All-Star Game, scheduled for 7 p.m., June 21 at Fostoria’s Memorial Stadium. There will be 28 players from...

Prep football: All-Star prep is underway

By DAVE HANNEMAN STAFF WRITER Buckeyes. Wolverines. In few other places than in the English language do two words so singly identify two states and so universally identify one sport. Ohio State won’t be playing Michigan this week with a Big Ten football title, a berth in a...