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Wyandot voters approve aging, library levies

By JIM MAURER STAFF WRITER UPPER SANDUSKY — Wyandot County voters on Tuesday renewed a 0.4-mill, five-year levy for the county Council on Aging, with 4,118 votes for the levy and 1,610 votes against. Several other issues on Tuesday’s ballot, including renewal levies...

Kerschner takes Seneca County commissioner seat

By JIM MAURER STAFF WRITER TIFFIN — Republican Michael Kerschner captured a county commissioner seat Tuesday, defeating former Commissioner David Sauber Sr., according to unofficial results from the Seneca County Board of Elections. The votes include absentee ballots....

Wood commissioner seat goes to Herringshaw

By ERIC SCHAADT Staff Writer BOWLING GREEN — A Wood County commissioner cruised to another term Tuesday, according to unofficial results from the Wood County Board of Elections. Meanwhile, voters approved ballot initiatives for the county library and mental health services....

Sheriff’s office levy approved in Hardin

By RYAN DUNN staff writer KENTON — Hardin County voters on Tuesday renewed a sheriff’s office levy for another five years. The 1-mill levy passed by a vote of 3,998, or about 61 percent, to 2,507. The owner of a $100,000 home pays about $27 per year. The tax brought...

Voters say no to Patrick Henry school levy

NAPOLEON — Voters turned down Patrick Henry School’s request to renew a three-year, 5.47-mill operating levy on Tuesday, but the vote was close. The vote in Henry County was 825 in favor of the levy and 867 opposed. The vote in Wood County was 7 in favor, 16 opposed....

Hancock County villages approve levies

By ERIC SCHAADT Staff Writer Arlington voters on Tuesday approved a pair of levies for its volunteer Fire Department. Unofficial results from the Hancock County Board of Elections show voter approval of an additional 1-mill levy for five years by a tally of 277 to 106. The levy...

Cooper loses Delaware court battle

By LOU WILIN STAFF WRITER Cooper Tire & Rubber Co. is not entitled to a $112.5 million fee from would-be buyer Apollo Tyres after the deal failed last year, a Delaware judge has ruled. Each company blamed the other when the proposed $2.5 billion purchase unraveled. Cooper...

State honors Findlay school

By MICHAEL BURWELL Staff Writer Northview Primary School in Findlay has been recognized as a “School of Promise” by the Ohio Department of Education. It’s an honor that no other school in Hancock County received this year. The honor is awarded to schools that...
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