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By KATHRYNE RUBRIGHT STAFF WRITER When federal Judge John P. Gustafson rules on a motion in court, usually “someone wins, and is happy, and someone loses, and is not so happy,” he said Wednesday at a naturalization ceremony in Findlay. But his courtroom Wednesday was the TLB...
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American Commodores’ got talent

The guys of American Commodore Tux entertain the crowd at the 2017 Bridal Expo held Sunday at The Cube.
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VIDEO: West Sandusky Street house fire

Findlay firefighters were called to a house fire at 810 W. Sandusky St. Wednesday night. Firefighters responding to the fire reported the two-story structure was fully engulfed in flames. The fire was first reported at 8:48 p.m. Additional information will be reported as it...
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VIDEO: Ballin’ for awareness

The talent of the Blanchard Valley Center Special Olympic team was on display Tuesday night in the University of Findlay Croy gymnasium for the second annual celebrity Basketball game. Members of the Olympic team were split in to two separate teams with members of the community...
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VIDEO: A trek through the literacy jungle

The halls of Jacobs Primary school were transformed from their usual tan to a deep jungle green for their second Literacy Night. The event, “Wild about Reading!”, was held in the primary school with the help of the Literacy Coalition of Hancock County with donations...
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VIDEO: Ada drops the ball in a big way

The Super Bowl may be four states and a time zone change away, but here in the Northeast of the heart of America is a town that helps make it (and many other games) happen. Ada is the home of the Wilson Sporting Goods Company, the official football company for the NFL. This year,...
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VIDEO: Getting the Zodiac monkey off our backs

On the second day of the Chinese New Year, Sunday Jan. 29, the Findlay First Church of the Nazarene held a celebration to ring in the changing of the lunar calendar from the year of the monkey, to the year of the rooster.
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VIDEO: Shop with a firefighter

Shop with a Firefighter is in its fifth year of offering Christmas help, with help from Findlay Hope House, to area families. Each child was given $200 to spend on Christmas gifts for themselves and family members. This year’s event was dedicated to the late Randy Grose,...
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VIDEO: National service comes to Findlay

It has been happening for 24 years. Starting in 1992, volunteers across the United States gather at cemeteries to place wreaths on the graves of veterans. The organization is called Wreaths Across America. On Saturday, Jon Brumbaugh added Findlay to the national effort. As part...