REINEKE FORD   ||   NEWS UPDATES

Robbery reported at Findlay restaurant

Findlay police are investigating a robbery at the Tokyo Japanese Steakhouse restaurant at the Findlay Village Mall late Saturday night. According to city police, an employee was locking up the restaurant at around 11:18 p.m. when he was approrached by a young male wearing a black...

UPDATED: Grob Systems CEO killed in small plane crash

Ralf Bronnenmeier, chief executive officer of Grob Systems in Bluffton, has been identified as the pilot of the small plane that crashed just outside of Findlay around 1 a.m. today, killing both occupants of the plane. The name of the second passenger, a female, has not been...

Plane Crash in Van Buren Kills Two

Two people are dead following an early morning plane crash in Van Buren. 911 dispatchers told media partner WTOL the accident occurred near the intersection of County Road 18 and County Road 216. Two people inside the plane were killed. Their identities have not yet been...
off

Another Antique for my Railroad

Milepost 856 Unless this is among one of your first visits to my little corner of the Internet blogesphere, you know that I have a thing for interlocking towers. Not sure why, but they just are fascinating to me. I’ve only been in two in my life and by that time, they were...

Weekend: Mental Health Moment

By LINDA J. STOCKTON EDITOR’S NOTE: Last of three columns. In today’s final article on personality disorders, I’ll share what expert Gregory Lester says causes personality disorders, as well as how they are treated. Three reasons have historically been given for...

Weekend: Get Out!

Events ‘FUNSHOPS’ July 22-Aug. 1 New this year, Sauder Village is offering “Funshops” to provide guests with an in-depth look at some interesting topics of days-gone-by. Sauder Village guests can attend a one-hour session to learn more about spinning,...

Ohio State to form task force after band scandal

COLUMBUS (AP) — Ohio State University says a task force will be formed to help bring changes after the firing of its celebrated marching band’s director amid allegations he ignored rampant sexual harassment. The university intends to name the task force members within...

Weekend: Teach children to be gracious winners, losers

By CASSIE TURNER I love to celebrate the accomplishments of our young people. Over nearly three weeks, we have been doing a lot of celebrating in 4-H as projects are being judged and youth are awarded for their efforts. Celebrating youth can happen in many settings and the summer...

Weekend Doctor

By DAVE SCHIEFER As summer winds down, many people are focused on getting kids ready to go back to school and the last of summer vacation plans. Unfortunately, many people have something less exciting to look forward to, the return of fall allergies. For millions of Americans,...

Weekend: Get ready for ribs and tunes

Rib-Off on Broadway and Car Tunes on Main are teaming up for a day of ribs, cars, live music and fun downtown! The Arts Partnership presents its annual fundraiser, the Hancock Federal Credit Union Rib-Off on Broadway, on Saturday, Aug. 2, beginning at 3 p.m. Prior to Rib-Off, the...
12