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All bridge lanes to be open soon

Traffic on Trenton Avenue around the Interstate 75 area should be returning to normal soon. The Ohio Department of Transportation is reporting that by the end of next week, all lanes on the U.S. 224 bridge over Interstate 75 are expected to be open, as well as all lanes on U.S....

Ex-Carey sergeant pleads not guilty

UPPER SANDUSKY — Former Carey Police Sgt. Richard M. “Matt” Ricker, 46, pleaded not guilty to two third-degree felony charges of tampering with evidence and a fifth-degree felony charge of unauthorized use of a law enforcement database during an appearance...

Patrick Henry seeking operating levy renewal

By ERIC SCHAADT Staff Writer NAPOLEON — Patrick Henry School District voters are being asked to renew an operating levy. On the Nov. 4 ballot is a 5.47-mill, three-year levy. According to the Henry County Auditor’s Office, the tax generates $746,765 annually. A person...

Police identify assault victim

Findlay police have identified the man assaulted this week near the 1800 block of North Blanchard Street. Michael C. Alexander, 44, of Toledo, was hospitalized for substantial non-life threatening injuries after an attack at about 9:55 p.m. Wednesday. The four unidentified...

Retailers seeking holiday help

By LOU WILIN STAFF WRITER Many area retailers are hiring part-time workers for the holiday season. “The idea is to get everybody ready for Black Friday,” said Sean Penrose, a home theater salesman for Best Buy. “That’s our Super Bowl.” Good help is...

University gets $1.56 million bequest

By MICHAEL BURWELL STAFF WRITER One of the University of Findlay’s largest endowed scholarships has received a $1.56 million boost. The Marjorie M. McGranahan-Mildred F. McGranahan-Shafer-Van Dorn-McGranahan Scholarship endowment fund received the bequest from the estates...

Gas ‘opt-out’ notice sent out to residents

Some Findlay residents could soon see a change in their natural gas supplier. Residents who received a letter earlier this month from gas supplier Constellation must opt out of a city-wide program if they don’t want their gas provider to be switched to Constellation....

Pullom sentenced on firearms charge

The cousin of a Findlay man found guilty of murder Wednesday was sentenced on Thursday for illegally carrying a firearm when he and his cousin were arrested on the day of the shooting. Darius M. Pullom, 23, address unlisted, was placed on five years of community control sanctions...
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