Ohio delegates feeling safe at convention

By MAX FILBY STAFF WRITER CLEVELAND — Despite protests and the wheels being stolen from someone’s car, Ohio delegates said they are feeling safe at the Republican National Convention this week. Honorary delegate Cheryl Buckland of Findlay took notice of the thousands...

Suter’s rebounds from shed fire

By HOLLY SHIVELY STAFF WRITER Suter’s Produce is not letting a recent machine shed fire hold back the business it brings to local communities. Jerry Suter, owner of Suter’s Produce near Pandora, said while the fire Saturday caused extensive damage, the...

Fostoria fire chief stepping down

By BRIAN BOHNERT FOR THE COURIER FOSTORIA — The decision to leave Fostoria was a difficult one for Ken Chapman. But, in the end, it came down to what was best for his family. Chapman announced his resignation Wednesday as chief of Fostoria Fire Division, effective July 29....

Rural Tiffin woman killed

TIFFIN — A rural Tiffin woman was pronounced dead at the scene of a one-vehicle crash on a Seneca County road Wednesday afternoon. Marcia L. Webb, 69, was not wearing a seatbelt when she drove a pickup truck off the side of Clinton Township 135, north of Tiffin, around 2:25...

Fostoria man hurt in motorcycle crash

WEST INDEPENDENCE — A Fostoria man was injured Wednesday when his motorcycle was struck by a truck on U.S. 224 in West Independence, the Hancock County Sheriff’s Office reported. Craig Babb, 31, was treated for injuries at the accident scene by Hanco Emergency Medical...

Bluffton man pleads guilty to theft

LIMA — A Bluffton man has pleaded into a diversion program for stealing nearly $200,000 from a company he worked for, according to court records. Kurt D. Emans, 55, pleaded guilty to three counts of aggravated theft, all third-degree felonies, in Allen County Common Pleas...

Ohio delegates see signs of unity

By MAX FILBY STAFF WRITER CLEVELAND — As Donald Trump became the Republican nominee for president Tuesday night, Ohio delegates saw members of their party coming together. Heather Pendleton, a Findlay Republican serving as an alternate delegate, said the convention was more...

Findlay officials skip convention

By MAX FILBY STAFF WRITER CLEVELAND — Some familiar Findlay faces are missing from the Republican National Convention this week. No elected officials from Findlay are known to be attending the convention, although Republicans dominate local politics. Findlay Mayor Lydia...
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