Groups cooking up free holiday feasts

By ABBEY NICKEL Staff Writer Hungry? Free Thanksgiving dinners will be offered to the public this year in Findlay, Fostoria and Mount Blanchard. The biggest of the feasts will be served at StoneBridge Church on Findlay’s east side. That dinner, to be held from 11:30 a.m. to...

Findlay’s leaf pickup Monday

Findlay’s one-day leaf collection will be conducted Monday. City workers will start picking up leaves at 7 a.m. Leaves will only be picked up if they are in biodegradable paper bags and placed near the curb. Plastic bags of leaves will not be picked up. An alternate pickup...

Farm Bureau says legislation would improve CAUV formula

COLUMBUS — The Ohio Farm Bureau Federation said Friday it had a hand in legislation, introduced this week in both the Ohio House and Senate, that would change the Current Agricultural Use Value (CAUV) formula for farmland. The changes would result in more accurate tax...

Mazza Museum names curator, deputy director

The University of Findlay’s Mazza Museum has announced that Dan Chudzinski has been selected as curator, and Kerry Teeple has been promoted to deputy director. Chudzinski and Teeple start their new roles this month. Chudzinski is a sculptor and illustrator who holds a...

Winter weather means more skin care needed

Chris Oaks spoke with Dr. Annie Chiu of the American Academy of Dermatology. Q: Experts are now predicting it will likely be milder than average, but winter is still winter and, in northwestern Ohio, that means cold air and dry, cracked skin. That can be unhealthy. So what can we...

No Wyandot County races require recount

UPPER SANDUSKY — The official vote count has been completed and no Wyandot County races are close enough to require a recount of the Nov. 3 election results, according to the county elections board. Final voting results for two seats on Carey Council: former Councilwoman...

Input requested for Corps study

By DENISE GRANT STAFF WRITER The Army Corps of Engineers is asking for the public’s help in identifying cultural resources and historic properties that could be affected by the proposed construction of a 9.4-mile Eagle Creek diversion channel on Findlay’s west side....

Police investigating counterfeit bill reports

Businesses along West Trenton Avenue, adjacent to Interstate 75, have experienced 10 instances of counterfeit bills being presented for payment over the past two months, according to Findlay Police Department’s Crime Prevention Officer Brian White. The cases involve $5, $20...
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