Weekend: ‘Catfished’

The 2015 Young Playwrights Group has announced that “Catfished” by Katie Harp is the winning manuscript that will be produced into an onstage production. Harp is a seventh-grader at Glenwood Middle School. The world premiere of “Catfished” will take place...

Weekend: ‘American Pastimes’

The University of Findlay Symphonic Band and Wind Ensemble will join forces on Sunday at Findlay High School’s Heminger Auditorium for a 3 p.m. concert. “American Pastimes” is the theme for the program, featuring a variety of works having to do with American...

Weekend: Get Out!

Events ‘WHERE DID I COME FROM?’ April 18-Nov. 7 The Hayes Presidential Center can help answer the ages-old question of “Where Did I Come From?” Its Learning About Your Past series of genealogy classes provides a guide to finding the answer. Classes are...

Weekend: With the approach of summer comes grilling season

By ERIN BOSTIC With warmer weather comes grilling, a wonderful way to prepare food. But, before you fire up your grill, here are few safety precautions. If you have a propane grill, check the gas tank hose for leaks. Use a light soap and water solution in the hose and, if there...

Weekend: Mental Health Moment

By LINDA J. STOCKTON On March 7, an ad, “Where Are You Going?,” provoked today’s topic. Author Christopher Simon shared a story of someone remarking “in jest, that he was going to hell.” This prompted Simon to think “about the ultimate...

Weekend Doctor

By DR. SHARON COLE We have seen the accelerated release of four new cancer drugs since Feb. 1. I would like to outline these drugs and how they influence cancer patients. Palbociclib (Ibrance) is a capsule that is taken orally to treat metastatic breast cancer that is estrogen...

Public opposition could raise cost of flood-control plans

By DENISE GRANT Staff Writer Public opposition appears to pose the greatest risk for driving up the expense of flood-control plans for the Blanchard River at Findlay. The Army Corps of Engineers’ draft report, released a week ago, includes a brief analysis of the cost risks...

Credit card fraud reports surging

By ALLISON REAMER Staff Writer Findlay and Hancock County authorities are seeing an increase in reports of fraudulent credit card and debit card charges. The charges are occurring out of state. The Hancock County Sheriff’s Office has received about 25 credit and debit card...
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