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WITH VIDEO: 2 women survive ordeal along Indiana rail bridge

BLOOMINGTON, Ind. (AP) — A video camera captured the terrifying plight of two women as a freight train bore down on them as they walked along an 80-foot-high railroad bridge in Indiana. The women lay down on the tracks as the train went over them and survived the July 10...
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VIDEO: Performing arts center groundbreaking

A groundbreaking ceremony for the new Marathon Center for the Performing Arts took place Tuesday in Findlay. Construction, including renovations to the old Central Middle School Auditorium, has been ongoing and work is expected to finish on the new performing arts center in 2015.
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New Carey High School groundbreaking ceremony

  A groundbreaking ceremony was held on Friday at the site of the new Carey High School on South Vance Street. The new school, which will host pre-kindergarten through 12th grade, is set for a 2016 opening.
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VIDEO: Democratic candidate FitzGerald visits The Courier

Democratic gubernatorial candidate Ed FitzGerald visited The Courier’s offices on Thursday to talk with reporters and editors about his campaign to unseat Gov. John Kasich.
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VIDEO: Taylor meets with supporters at Wilson’s

Lt. Gov. Mary Taylor met with supporters and small business owners at Wilson’s Sandwich Shop in Findlay on Tuesday.
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VIDEO: Oxley Government Center dedication

Former U.S. representative Michael Oxley, House Speaker John Boehner and U.S. Rep. Bob Latta were in attendance for the dedication of the Michael G. Oxley Government Center inside the Hancock Historical Museum in Findlay on Monday.
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VIDEO: Living in Limbo

Amy Peters was convicted of driving with a suspended license in January 2013 and sentenced to serve 5 days in Hancock County Jail. She has tried 16 times before to report to the jail to serve her time and has been turned away all 16 times due to “overcrowding issues.”
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VIDEO: Old St. Michael School demolition

Demolition work began Monday on the old St. Michael School on Findlay’s Adams Street. The property, which will remain owned by St. Michael the Archangel Catholic Church, will be leased to Alvada Construction. The company plans to use it as parking space for contractors...
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VIDEO: Glandorf plays host to U.S.-Germany World Cup game party

Beth Hempfling’s shed played host to a 2014 World Cup viewing party for the U.S.-Germany game on Thursday, with some special guests: 54 Germans from Glandorf, Germany, who are in the middle of a trip to visit Glandorf, Ohio.
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VIDEO: Sights and sounds of the 2014 Putnam County Fair

The 2014 Putnam County Fair is underway, with plenty to see and do, includinf pig races, plenty of livestock, midway games, and rides.