Nurse indicted for Medicaid fraud, theft

A Tiffin nurse whose Facebook page said that she worked at Blanchard Valley Health System has been charged with felony counts of Medicaid fraud and grand theft, according to court records. Wendi M. Baker, 36, of 462 S. Sandusky St., Tiffin, has been indicted by a Franklin County...

Computer searches show voters’ interests

Chris Oaks spoke with Google analytics expert Simon Rogers. Q: It used to be if you wanted to know what average Americans were thinking, or the questions they had about politicians during an election year, you had to rely on polling data. Today, we can use search engine analytics...

New business

James Jackson is the owner of Select Sealcoating, a new Findlay business that offers commercial and residential sealcoating, line striping, crack filling, and asphalt repair. Jackson has more than 15 years of experience in the business, and references are available. The phone...

I-75 widening in Findlay to start early

The Interstate 75 widening project through Findlay will get underway a year earlier, beginning in spring 2017, the Ohio Department of Transportation announced Thursday. From South Harrison Street/Hancock County 144 to the Hancock County 99 interchange, contractors will spend an...

Findlay delegates saluting nominee

By MAX FILBY STAFF WRITER CLEVELAND — As Donald Trump accepted the Republican nomination for president on Thursday night, Findlay delegates welcomed him as the party’s latest standard-bearer. Heather Pendleton, an alternate delegate from Findlay, and Cheryl Buckland,...

Delegates question Kasich’s absence

By MAX FILBY STAFF WRITER CLEVELAND — Presidential nominee Donald Trump was not the only person at the Republican National Convention harboring some negative feelings toward Gov. John Kasich. A bit of ill will was brewing among Ohio delegates this week because Kasich was...

Special convention for Robert Latta

By MAX FILBY STAFF WRITER CLEVELAND — This year marked U.S. Rep. Bob Latta’s sixth Republican National Convention and he said it may be his favorite. “It’s been great, in that I only drove 106 miles to get here,” Latta joked. “It’s great...

Taylor tells delegates work still to be done to stem opioid crisis

CLEVELAND — Lt. Gov. Mary Taylor said Thursday that “we’re in a good place in Ohio,” but that more still needs to be done to combat the state’s opioid and heroin problems. The lieutenant governor spoke to Ohio delegates over breakfast Thursday at the...
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