Boys basketball: Pirates quiet the Thunder

By MICHAEL BURWELL Staff Writer BLUFFTON — It was one extreme or the other for Bluffton’s boys basketball team on Monday. The Pirates shot nearly 60 percent from the floor and had a season-high scoring output, but 17 turnovers caught the attention of head coach Todd...

College basketball: Sullivan gutting it out for Oilers

By ANDY WOLF STAFF WRITER When Taren Sullivan returned to the court last Thursday, those who didn’t already know would have had a hard time noticing he was playing through pain. A left ankle injury forced the University of Findlay senior to miss only two games. Both...

Tuesday’s scoreboard

PREP HOCKEY Northwest District Tournament AT Tam-O-Shanter FIRST ROUND (10) Maumee vs. (11) Toledo Whitmer, Feb. 14, 6:30 (6) Anthony Wayne vs. (9) Perrysburg, Feb. 15, 6 (7) Sylvania Southview vs. (8) Oregon Clay, Feb. 15, 8 SATURDAY’S DISTRICT QUARTERFINALS (1) Toledo St....

Prep basketball roundup: Vanlue girls reach milestone

CRIDERSVILLE — Vanlue started strong and had the game well in hand by the fourth quarter in whipping winless Lima Perry 50-32 in a nonleague girls basketball game Monday. Amanda Clymer had a 22-point, 10-rebound double-double and led Vanlue with five assists as well. Emma...

The ‘outsiders’

State party endorsements can go far to influence election results. Those candidates who receive political backing, especially on the state level, can get more financial aid and greater notice on party-paid election mailings. That helps get their name out in front of more voters....

Prep swimming: District meets get rolling today

Findlay High School two-time all-Ohioan Lexie Layne will get the week started for area swimmers and divers when the Division I district diving competition takes place beginning today at Fremont Ross. Layne will join teammates Margeaux Lazar and Liv Gargac in the Division I girls...

Letters to the Editor 02-13-18

WHY CAN’T THE WORLD GET ALONG? I have never met anyone who does not like to watch the Olympics. I am amazed at athletes’ dedication and their “stick-to-itiveness” to practice daily to win that medal of gold, bronze or silver, although they are all aiming...

Findlay-Hancock Library to close on Presidents Day

The Findlay-Hancock County Public Library will be closed on Monday in observance of Presidents Day. Online resources will be available at www.findlaylibrary.org.

Public Record

Docket From the public records of the Findlay Police Department and the Hancock County Sheriff’s Office: Police Department Suspects fled Elder-Beerman, 1800 Tiffin Ave., after swiping merchandise Saturday. A male reportedly shoplifted drill batteries from Menard’s,...