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VIDEO: McComb vs. Leipsic

  Leipsic took an early lead and never looked back Wednesday night, defeating McComb 62-43 in the Vikings’ Division IV Sectional boys’ basketball tournament game. Read Dave Hanneman’s full story on the game here.
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VIDEO: 2014 State of the City Address

Findlay Mayor Lydia Mihalik delivers the 2014 State of the City Address on Monday at Winebrenner Theological Seminary. Read the full story on the mayor’s speech here.
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VIDEO: A look at Central Auditorium’s legacy

A brief look at the role Central Auditorium has played in Findlay’s arts culture throughout history. [Video from Marathon Performing Arts Center]
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VIDEO: Cancer Patient Services Chili Cook-Off

Twenty-eight teams served up their best chili Saturday at the University of Findlay’s Koehler Center for the 2014 Cancer Patient Services Chili Cook-Off.
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VIDEO: St. Wendelin vs. Riverdale

Kamryn Troike led St. Wendelin with 34 points to help the Lady Mohawks beat Riverdale, 59-43, in Division IV Sectional action Wednesday night. St. Wendelin will play Arcadia on Saturday night at Findlay High School in their next tournament game.
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VIDEO: Arcadia vs. Cory-Rawson

Arcadia jumped out to a 24-7 first-quarter lead en route to a 57-29 win in Division IV Sectional action Wednesday night. Arcadia will play St. Wendelin on Saturday night at Findlay High School in their next tournament game.
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VIDEO: Elmwood vs. Bluffton

Bluffton and Elmwood battled down to the wire, but the Pirates prevailed, winning 51-45 at Riverdale High School in its Division III Sectional Semifinal game.
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VIDEO: Upper Sandusky vs. Kenton

Upper Sandusky pulled away late from Kenton, winning 53-33 at Riverdale High School in its Division III Sectional Semifinal game.
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VIDEO: Rep. Jordan talks GOP plans, flood insurance

  Rep. Jim Jordan, R-Urbana, visited The Courier on Monday to discuss changes to flood insurance, the Republican Party’s plans in Congress and more.
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VIDEO: House fire in McComb

  McComb and Allen Township fire departments responded to a house fire on Monday at 224 E. Perrin Ave., McComb. No one was home at the time of the fire, which was first reported around noon.