City Council eyes animal restrictions

By MAX FILBY STAFF WRITER Findlay City Council members are considering restrictions on farm animals in the city, and possible limits on dogs and cats, too. An ad hoc council committee that is discussing potential animal restrictions met Wednesday. Committee members said they...

Crawford Street switch scheduled

The traffic pattern and the parking on Crawford Street in downtown Findlay will change at about 3:30 p.m. Wednesday, city officials announced. Both East Crawford Street and West Crawford Street will be closed for paint striping starting Wednesday morning. Once the striping is...

Judge Routson says more addiction education needed

By ALLISON REAMER STAFF WRITER Nearly 85 percent of the cases handled in the Hancock County Common Pleas Court each year involve drug abuse or are drug-related, but a mandate to learn about such issues is non-existent. Judge Reginald Routson said most of today’s criminal...

Emmons gets 60 days in jail on drug charge

By ALLISON REAMER STAFF WRITER Scottie E. Emmons was sentenced Wednesday by Hancock County Common Pleas Judge Reginald Routson to 60 days in the county jail and five years of community control sanctions for selling prescription drugs. Emmons, 33, of Findlay, along with his...

Board member conflict discussed

By ERIC SCHAADT Staff Writer ARCADIA — An apparent conflict involving Arcadia school board member Rich Ernest, school volunteers and a few students was discussed at a Wednesday board meeting, but no details were offered concerning the incident, which has been the source of...

Ohio 12 accident hurts Findlay woman

A Findlay woman was injured Wednesday afternoon in a two-vehicle collision at the intersection of Ohio 12 and Hancock County 140, west of Findlay, the Hancock County Sheriff’s Office reported. The sheriff’s office said 18-year-old Kashmire Harris was taken to...

Cliff Hite’s rural jobs bill passes Senate

The Ohio Senate on Wednesday passed a bill, sponsored by state Sen. Cliff Hite, R-Findlay, to encourage investment in companies that provide jobs in rural Ohio communities. Senate Bill 209, called the Ohio Rural Jobs Act, is based on the federal Agriculture Department’s...

3 compete for Bluffton Council seats

By LOU WILIN STAFF WRITER Sean Burrell, Richard Johnson and Joseph Sehlhorst are vying for two seats on Bluffton Village Council in the Nov. 3 general election. All three are already on council. Sehlhorst and Burrell, both independents, are trying to keep the seats they now hold....
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