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Why do you run?

Pink ribbons. A lot of pink ribbons. The parking lot of the Blanchard Valley Hospital was filled with them Saturday morning. Some attached to light posts, some attached to tents. Others still printed on signs. The pink ribbons that were celebrated, thought, were attached to the...
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VIDEO: A little Jersey in northwest Ohio

The Spahr Jersey farm on the outskirts of Findlay was part of the Hancock County Far Tour held Saturday. Despite dreary conditions many people, both young and old, followed a map to 8 farming facilities scattered around the area. Three of which are considered historic in nature,...
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VIDEO: Empty chairs for the unforgotten

The dinning room of the AmVets Post 21 in Findlay was a place of reverence Friday night for a ceremony honoring prisoners of war and those missing in action. A table was set in the middle of the room with each piece of the set up holding deep meaning for attendees. The ceremony,...
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VIDEO: Memories etched in steel

Sunday with a piece of steel recovered from the World Trade Center during a parade in Kalida marking the 15th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks. The parade, part of the town’s four-day Pioneer Days celebration, had a theme of “Remember, Honor, Respect The Day America Changed...
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VIDEO: Doggone howling good time

They might not be as strong as Krypto the superdog, but at the Ultimate Air Dog competition, they sure can fly like him. The Hancock County Humane Society started its annual Dogpawlooza event Saturday. Held at Riverbend Recreation Area, the event pulls in dog owners from not only...
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VIDEO: A symphonic start to the season

The second year of the Marathon Center for the Performing Arts started Saturday night with a performance of the Nunziata brothers, Will and Anthony, and the Toledo Symphony. The center’s second season continues Sept. 30 with “Rockin’ Road To Dublin”.
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VIDEO: Carey football overtakes Upper Sandusky

Carey’s football team managed to take a close game from the Upper Sandusky home team Friday night.
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VIDEO: A buckin’ good time

Riders participated in the Broken Horn Rodeo Saturday night at the Hancock County Fair. From all over the U.S. riders came to the fair to put on a show and win some cash. Events included bareback riding, Buck riding, calf roping, and cattle roping. Between events Ryan Rodriguez,...
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VIDEO: Go full circle at the county fair

They spin, they flip, they make us laugh. The rides of Burton Brothers opened Wednesday at the Hancock County Fair and will remain open through the fair’s close on Monday. Operation hours are noon to close today and Saturday, 1 p.m. to close on Friday, Sunday, and Monday....
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VIDEO AND PHOTO: County fair king and queen coronation

The Hancock County Fair is up and running with many things to do. Rides, crafts, food, and animals fill the fairgrounds for the 2016 season. On Wednesday night, the crowns (and hats) were passed from the 2015 royalty to the incoming 2016 group. The court was called to the stage...