Hite: Voters intense, serious in Iowa and New Hampshire

Chris Oaks spoke with state Sen. Cliff Hite, R-Findlay. Q: You recently spent a few days stumping for John Kasich in Iowa and New Hampshire. Given your background as a government teacher, it must have been fun to actually be part of a presidential campaign. A: When I was asked by...

Collision near Mount Cory injures 2 women

MOUNT CORY — Two women were taken to Blanchard Valley Hospital by Hanco Ambulance after a Friday morning accident at the intersection of Hancock County 313 and Ohio 235, just south of Mount Cory, the Hancock County Sheriff’s Office reported. Isabel E. Cwikla, no age...

Woman charged with OVI after series of accidents

BLOOMDALE — A Fairfield woman has been charged with driving while intoxicated after her SUV crashed into two parked cars and a utility pole in Bloomdale, then drove through several yards this week. Kimberly Paynter is being held in the Wood County jail in Bowling Green,...

Fire causes heavy damage to Columbus Grove house

COLUMBUS GROVE — A fire early Friday heavily damaged a house at 311 N. High St. in Columbus Grove, Police Chief Nick Gilgenbach reported. No injuries were reported, Gilgenbach said. The fire was reported at 12:41 a.m. The Columbus Grove Police Department was the first to...

Art Van accepting bottled water donations for Flint

Art Van Findlay is accepting donations of bottled water to help Flint, Michigan, residents in their water crisis. To date, Art Van, which is headquartered in Michigan, has collected more than 400 tons of water at many of its Michigan locations. “There has been tremendous...

Judge Starn elected vice chair of Judicial College’s board

Findlay Municipal Court Judge Jonathan Starn has been elected as vice chair of the board of trustees for the Ohio Supreme Court Judicial College. As vice chair, Starn will serve on the board’s Executive Committee with Judge Diane Palos of Cuyahoga County Domestic Relations...

UF College of Business hosts new ‘Innovation Competition’

The University of Findlay’s College of Business is sponsoring an inaugural “Innovation Competition” that could benefit Findlay businesses and services, the university said. Undergraduate students are eligible to compete by developing a sustainable idea, creating...

University’s building plans advance

By LOU WILIN STAFF WRITER University of Findlay plans for a $22-$23 million Student Life Center and Business College, in the 300 block of College Street, were approved Thursday by the Findlay City Planning Commission. The 75,000-square-foot structure, between College and Davis...
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