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VIDEO: Prime time for prime meats

Smoke from the Findlay library parking lot would usually be cause for concern. Saturday, however, it was a signal for the start of the Findlay Rib-Off. Held alongside Car Tunes on Main, four Ohio rib joints put their ribs to the test as attendees, and judges, ate to their...
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VIDEO:M*A*S*H*-ing fun and charity

The Hancock chapter of the Red Cross held its 7th annual B*A*S*H* event on Friday. The event is one of two big fundraisers held each year – the other being an Oscar Night Gala. Red Cross volunteers turned the parking lot of the Marathon Performing Arts Center into a...
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VIDEO: Winter hunt in summer heat

Cancer Patient Services held a Christmas in July scavenger hunt in downtown Findlay. Hunters were sent with a sheet of clues leading them to local businesses where they were given a treat.
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VIDEO: Spreading the word(s)

Members of Mount Cory and Pleasant View churches finished a three-year project Sunday to bring books to rural Tennessee. Pastor Mark Fuerstenau spearheaded the effort to gather books for a bookmobile. The bookmobile itself is a donated church bus that is converted into a...
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VIDEO: Out of the old and into the new

Teachers, students, and community members join together Monday to help move the contents of the old Carey school to the new building. The old school is being cleared ahead of a July 22-23 auction and the building’s eventual demolition on July 25.
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VIDEO: A musical bargain

Findlay First Edition held a fundraising garage sale with all proceeds going to the group’s general fund. All items in the sale were community donated.
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VIDEO: Party time at the museum

The Children’s Museum of Findlay turned 2 years old. To celebrate, admission to the museum was free and a party was held next door. The museum, located in the Findlay mall, is a nonprofit organization helping kids learn with hands-on activities. The party featured a bounce...
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WITH VIDEO: The troops go marching

The Boys Scouts of America held an Independence Day celebration in Riverside Park on July 2. Activities started at 5 p.m. with demonstrations. The Findlay High School marching band performed a brief concert before scouts from various troops held a 50 flags parade. Following the...
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WITH VIDEO: Glow the night away

Neon shirts, lights, and glow sticks filled the First Lutheran Church parking lot in downtown Findlay Friday night for the 3rd annual Findlay YMCA Glow Run and Walk.
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VIDEO: The fight is real

A large crowd sowed up to Dorney Plaza Saturday morning to support the fight against heroin.