MPLX building plan approved

By LOU WILIN STAFF WRITER Construction of a six-story, 120,000-square-foot headquarters for Marathon Petroleum’s pipeline subsidiary, MPLX LP, will start in November and be finished in spring 2016. The building will be across Hardin Street from Marathon Petroleum...

University launches nursing program

By MAX FILBY STAFF WRITER As students were moving onto campus Thursday, the University of Findlay announced they could start applying to join its new nursing program. The program, which will enroll only 30 students each year, will offer students a chance to get a bachelor of...

County appeals judge’s ruling on drug search

By RYAN DUNN STAFF WRITER The pungent smell of marijuana wafting from Trenton Shuttlesworth’s Kia sedan, state troopers testified, led to the discovery of more than 1,000 painkillers on Interstate 75 late last year. The only problem is there was no marijuana in the car. The...

Details of downtown grant to be announced

The Ohio Department of Transportation is expected to announce today details of a state grant that Findlay has received to improve Main Street downtown and a portion of Cory Street. A press conference will be held at 10:30 a.m. in the Municipal Building’s third-floor...

Council on Aging levy on fall ballot

UPPER SANDUSKY — Wyandot County residents will vote on a 0.4-mill, five-year levy renewal for the county’s Council on Aging programs this fall, according to the county elections board. There are several other issues on the Nov. 4 ballot, including renewal levies for...

Toby Keith headlines Allen County Fair

LIMA — Country artist Toby Keith will headline this year’s Allen County fair, which kicks off today and continues through Aug. 23. Jon Pardi will open for Keith at the show, which will begain at 7 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 23. Tickets run from $38 to $61 and are...

Officials debate city’s business tax collection procedures

By JOY BROWN STAFF WRITER How Findlay collects income taxes from businesses, a practice that influences revenue projections, long-term budgeting, and ultimately many aspects of city operations and services, came under debate at last week’s income tax board meeting. The...

One person killed in Wood County

BOWLING GREEN — A  Weston woman was killed Wednesday after her vehicle collided with a tractor-trailer in Wood County. Charlotte Stock, 65, died following the 8:55 a.m. crash on Potter Road and U.S. 6 in Plain Township, according to the Wood County Sheriff’s Office....
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