Public Record

Docket From the public records of the Findlay Police Department: Police Department Domestic disputes were reported Friday in the 200 block of Park Street and the 100 block of Shinkle Street. Medications, electronics and money were taken during an unlawful entry at 2416 E. Dundee...

Fostoria mayor: Reorganization had been in works for weeks

By BRIAN BOHNERT FOR THE COURIER FOSTORIA — A reorganization plan that led to the firing of two city employees this week had been in the works for weeks, Mayor Eric Keckler said Friday. City Engineer Dan Thornton and Zoning Inspector Sandy Coleman were fired Monday morning...

New Riegel man dies after Tiffin crash

TIFFIN — A New Riegel man died Friday morning after his pickup crashed into several parked vehicles just outside Tiffin. Dennis Rosier, 63, died at Mercy Health-Tiffin Hospital following the crash at the intersection of U.S. 224 and Ohio 18. Rosier was driving a Ford F350...

Thanksgiving: A helping of food safety tips

Chris Oaks spoke with Shelley Feist, executive director of the Partnership for Food Safety Education. Q: With Thanksgiving coming up, it’s time for a refresher course in food safety. What are the basics to know? A: Starting with the turkey, the best way to thaw a frozen...

Findlay collision hurts Dunkirk woman

A Dunkirk woman was injured in a two-car accident Friday evening at the intersection of Tiffin Avenue and Woodworth Drive, the Findlay Police Department reported. Around 8:37 p.m., Seaun Greeno of Findlay was driving a Chevrolet Cobalt south on Woodworth, then turned left onto...

Dollar General backs away from Arlington

ARLINGTON — Dollar General has rescinded its request to rezone two Arlington properties from residential to a business designation, according to Mayor Michael Palmer. The request was reported during the Nov. 6 Village Council meeting. Dollar General sought rezoning of...

Archers contribute heavily to the season’s deer harvest

Ohio’s annual deer gun season will open the Monday following the Thanksgiving holiday, drawing nearly 400,000 hunters into the field. From a wildlife management viewpoint, this is the season that’s most cited for the control of the deer herd numbers in the state....

Liberty-Benton advances, Pandora-Gilboa falls

The Liberty-Benton High School football team is advancing to the fourth state semifinal in school history and will tackle defending Division VI state champion Marion Local next Friday. The Eagles defeated Jeromesville Hillsdale 37-17 in the Division VI, Region 22 final played...

Cavs’ Rose Out At Least 2 More Weeks With Ankle Injury

CLEVELAND (AP) — Cavaliers starting point guard Derrick Rose will miss at least the next two weeks with a nagging left ankle injury. Rose injured the ankle Oct. 20 at Milwaukee and has missed Cleveland’s past four games. He underwent medical tests and was recommended to...

Tiffin Ave. crash injures Dunkirk woman

A Dunkirk woman was injured in a two-car accident Friday evening at the intersection of Tiffin Avenue and Woodworth Drive, the Findlay Police Department reported. Around 8:37 p.m., Seaun Greeno of Findlay was driving a Chevrolet Cobalt south on Woodworth, then turned left onto...