Weekend Doctor

By DR. CHRISTIAN STEINER We all experience anxiety at some point in our lives. Anxiety presents itself in a variety of situations such as work, school, at home, or when driving along Interstate 75. It acts as our body’s alarm. Anxiety is a feeling of worry or uneasiness...

Weekend: Mental Health Moment

By KATHY FOUST When we hear the word change, many of us cringe. Why is that? What is it about change that makes us so uncomfortable? Why does even good change cause stress? We like what is familiar and routine. We like our holiday traditions and the way Aunt Ruth makes the...

Cattle truck overturns, some animals killed

FOSTORIA — A Fostoria man was injured when he lost control of a tractor-trailer that was hauling cattle Friday morning on Ohio 12 between Fostoria and Arcadia, the Hancock County Sheriff’s Office reported. Billy Joe Bowling, 71, was traveling northeast on Ohio 12 near...

Work to reduce lanes on three Findlay streets

Lanes will be reduced on three Findlay roads next week. The eastbound lanes of Tiffin Avenue will be reduced to one lane all week between Ohio 12 and McManness Avenue while workers install a new storm sewer line, according to the Findlay Engineering Department. The northbound...

Rep. Sprague hails Ohio budget, growth

Chris Oaks spoke with state Rep. Robert Sprague, R-Findlay. Q: You recently penned a column hailing Ohio’s new $70 billion-plus operating budget. What are some of the high points, as you see it? A: We continue to cut taxes because we’re trying to spur further economic...

River project to target ash trees

By DENISE GRANT Staff Writer A project that would clear dead ash trees from the Blanchard River may be ready for bid by this fall. The Hancock County commissioners met Thursday with Gary Tuttle, district technician for the Hancock Soil & Water Conservation District, for an...

Freshman class largest in history

The University of Findlay is welcoming its largest freshman class, the sixth consecutive semester of enrollment increases. The school said Thursday that 715 first-time, full-time freshmen are enrolled this fall, compared to 619 in fall 2014, a 15.5 percent increase. Since fall...

Jenera seeing fewer unpaid sewage bills

By ERIC SCHAADT Staff Writer JENERA — The number of delinquent sewage accounts in Jenera has declined, but village officials still will issue another reminder next month to residents about the topic of unpaid utility bills. In May, Jenera Council distributed letters to...
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