MPLX executive retiring

An executive’s retirement will bring changes in senior management at MPLX, Marathon Petroleum Corp.’s logistics and natural gas processing subsidiary, on Oct. 1. John Mollenkopf, executive vice president and chief operating officer for MPLX’s MarkWest...

Man injured in tractor-trailer crash on U.S. 23

UPPER SANDUSKY — A Canadian man was injured in an accident involving two tractor-trailers Tuesday afternoon on U.S. 23, north of Upper Sandusky. Rameez Ambeerlebbe, 42, of Brampton, Ontario, was taken by Wyandot Emergency Medical Service to Wyandot Memorial Hospital for...

Engineering firm reviews corps’ study

By DENISE GRANT STAFF WRITER Stantec, the Canada-based engineering firm hired by the Hancock County commissioners in July, has completed the first stage of its review of the Army Corps of Engineers’ flood-control plan for the Blanchard River at Findlay. Known as the...

Police swarm boy’s birthday party

By ALLISON REAMER STAFF WRITER Guests arrived at Wesley Love’s fourth birthday party on Sunday with sirens blaring. The sirens were courtesy of a parade of Findlay police officers who showed up at Wesley’s police-themed party at St. Marks United Methodist Church....

Local jobless rate declines

Hancock County’s unemployment rate declined from 3.7 percent to 3.5 percent from June to July, the state reported. Hancock County was tied with Putnam and Holmes Counties for third lowest rate among Ohio’s 88 counties, the State Job and Family Services Department...

Local man indicted on rape charge

By ALLISON REAMER STAFF WRITER A former Findlay man was indicted by a Hancock County grand jury on Tuesday for sexually assaulting a city woman earlier this year. Rodolfo S. Sierra, also known as Rodofa S. Sierra, 54, who is currently incarcerated at the Correctional Reception...

Two nominated for judge’s position

By ALLISON REAMER STAFF WRITER The Hancock County Republican Party submitted the names of two potential nominees to the governor’s office on Tuesday to replace retiring Findlay Municipal Judge Robert Fry, party Chairman Jim Baker said. Following a screening process, Hancock...

Marathon Petroleum donates money to La. flood victims

Marathon Petroleum Corp. will donate $250,000 to aid in flood-recovery efforts in Louisiana. The Red Cross will receive $100,000; United Way will receive $50,000; and various local organizations with critical needs will receive the remaining $100,000. “With reports of...
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