Auditor, councilman also unopposed today

Two people were left out of story Monday about unopposed candidates for Findlay city offices. City Auditor Jim Staschiak is running for his second full term in the office. In March 2011, Staschiak was appointed city auditor by the Republican Party after former Auditor Robert...

Blanchard Valley gets ‘A’ in Hospital Safety Score

Blanchard Valley Hospital was honored with an “A” grade in the Fall 2015 Hospital Safety Score, which rates how well hospitals protect patients from errors, injuries and infections. The Hospital Safety Score is compiled under the guidance of national experts on...

Bluffton’s new fire engine in service

By HANNAH DUNBAR Staff Writer BLUFFTON — Fire Chief Jon Kinn on Monday told Bluffton Village Council the new fire truck is in service and that firefighters drove it around town. Council approved the purchase of the fire engine in September 2014 at a cost of $319,000,...

State issues: results on Courier website

Voters in Ohio will decide the fate of three state constitutional amendments today, and results will be posted on The Courier’s website after the polls close. Also to be posted at www.thecourier.com will be the results of a four-way race for three seats on Findlay City...

Findlay High School students hired to be poll workers today

By ABBEY NICKEL STAFF WRITER While most of them won’t be voting in today’s election, eight Findlay High School students are getting a firsthand lesson about civic duty. The Hancock County Board of Elections has hired the high school seniors to serve as precinct...

AP: Broken system lets problem officers jump from job to job

AP Photo/Sue Ogrocki Law enforcement officers accused of sexual misconduct have jumped from job to job – and at times faced fresh allegations that include raping women – because of a tattered network of laws and lax screening that allowed them to stay on the beat. A...
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