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Weekend: ‘A Tapestry of Hope’

A multicultural celebration, “A Tapestry of Hope,” sponsored by the Black Heritage Library & Multicultural Center and in partnership with Findlay City Schools, will be held Saturday, Sept. 27 from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. This cultural enrichment event will be held in...

Weekend: Get Out!

Events APPLE BUTTER MAKING FESTIVAL Sept. 24-27 The aroma of apples and spices mixed with the scent of wood fires and falling leaves marks a change of season and the celebration of the annual Apple Butter Making Festival at Sauder Village in Archbold. From Wednesday, Sept. 24...

Weekend: Mental Health Moment

By NANCY STEPHANI No one needs to tell you that betrayal and rejection hurt. It may be the breakup of a romantic relationship. It may be the rebellion of an adult child who is making bad choices about drugs or alcohol, or just life in general, and seems to reject everything we...

Weekend Doctor

By MARK J. JOHANNIGMAN Medication reconciliation is a term used by health care organizations to describe how medications are managed for their patients. The basic premise is that patients inform their health care provider of the medications they are taking, the medication...

Weekend: Taking care of young trees and shrubs through winter

By LYN MAA Trees and shrubs are the backbone of our landscapes and fall is a great time to plant them. Once trees and shrubs have begun to lose their leaves, they can be transplanted with a minimum of care until next spring. This is also the time when nurseries are trying to...

Project to boost one village or township

By DENISE GRANT Staff Writer One Hancock County village or township early next year will be invited into a program that encourages residents to take more pride in their community and develop projects to strengthen it. The place has yet to be decided. But the Findlay-Hancock...

Some mentally ill inmates land in lockdown

By ADAM GELLER AP National Writer Day or night, the lights inside cell 135C of central New Mexico’s Valencia County Detention Center were always on. Locked inside, alone, for a total of eight months, Jan Green says she heard the constant drip of water from a broken...

Hancock jail houses many with illnesses

By RYAN DUNN Staff Writer Typically, more than a quarter of Hancock County jail inmates have a mental illness, a rate the jail’s administrator said is common among area jails. The sheriff’s office has responded with greater efforts to provide care as the availability...
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