Weekend: The sounds of ‘The Creation’

The University of Findlay Concert-Chorale will join forces with the Toledo Choral Society to present a complete performance of “The Creation” by Joseph Haydn at 3 p.m. Sunday, April 12 in Findlay High School’s R.L. Heminger Auditorium, 1200 Broad Ave. The...

Weekend: Get Out!

Events ‘THEATRE OF ILLUSION’ April 9 The final performance in the 2014-15 Bluffton University Artist Series is husband-and-wife illusionists Kevin and Cindy Spencer. Founders Hall will be the site for the Spencers’ “Theatre of Illusion.” In one of...

Weekend: Don’t just clean your home this spring, clean your diet

By KAREN MCDOUGALL Spring means new beginnings. Why not clean out your cupboards, refrigerator, and freezer, getting rid of the unhealthy foods? Think about using MyPlate, the government portion guide, to make healthy changes in your diet. Besides putting healthy food into our...

Weekend: Mental Health Moment

By LINDA BRANWELL When we are unforgiving, we bring anger and bitterness into every relationship. We become so obsessed over the wrong that was done that we cannot enjoy the present. As a result, we lose valuable and enriching connectedness with family and friends. We may feel...

Weekend Doctor

By DR. GEORGE ABATE A woman’s annual exam with her OB/Gyn remains vitally important. As Pap smear guidelines have changed, women assume they don’t need to see their OB/Gyn every year. But, your preventive visit is about much more than periodically screening for...

Are wind turbines good neighbors?

By LOU WILIN STAFF WRITER Construction of five wind turbines, each nearly twice as tall as the Hancock County Courthouse, will begin this spring just outside Findlay, but not everyone thinks they will supply electrical energy as harmlessly and quietly as promised here and...

Smith withdraws from auditor race

By MAX FILBY STAFF WRITER Kelton Smith, a Findlay attorney, withdrew from the city auditor’s race Friday. In a statement to The Courier, Smith said he feared his candidacy would “siphon votes” away from At-Large Councilwoman Anne Spence, who is running against...

2 facing insider trading charges

The federal government says two friends illegally profited $1.1 million from insider trading on the proposed acquisition of Cooper Tire and Rubber Co. of Findlay by Apollo Tyres two years ago. Amit Kanodia of Brookline, Massachusetts, an entrepreneur and private equity investor,...
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