Weekend: Get Out!

Events REDUCE YOUR STRESS Nov. 15 Learn how to reduce stress through visualization and guided imagery during a stress reduction session offered Sunday, Nov. 15, at the Hayes Presidential Center. The program will be led by social worker Gretchen Franklin and will take place from 2...

Weekend: Mental Health Moment

By LINDA J. STOCKTON Our culture has a misunderstanding of tears from crying. People in therapy who may be working to heal profoundly deep emotional wounds often cry in session, but then apologize for crying. Boys and men are given the implicit, or sometimes even explicit,...

Weekend: Healthy substitutes for holiday cooking

By KATY MELTON ‘Tis the season for food. With the holidays around the corner, many of us will be busy preparing scrumptious meals. Spruce up your favorite holiday dish by making healthy swaps. Focus on food substitutions that reduce calories and add vitamins and minerals....

Schools’ fiber optic network attracts Findlay, county

By DENISE GRANT Staff Writer It looks like the City of Findlay and Hancock County government are both “in the loop,” but Blanchard Valley Health System has opted out of joining the city schools’ planned fiber optic network. Officials from the city and county met...

Blaze blackens county farm buildings

By JIM MAURER STAFF WRITER VANLUE — A fire early Friday extensively damaged a farmhouse, destroyed a nearby building containing vehicles, and damaged a barn at 17569 Amanda Township 173, south of the Findlay reservoirs. Steven and Maggie Ruggles were able to escape the...

Hite hosts discussion on co-curricular fees

State Sen. Cliff Hite, R-Findlay, will host a public discussion about charging fees for co-curricular school activities from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. Monday at the University of Findlay’s Alumni Memorial Union. The discussion about co-curricular activities will include...

State patrol promotes Ashenfelter

Sgt. Robert J. Ashenfelter of the Findlay post of the State Highway Patrol has been promoted to the rank of lieutenant and will be transferring to the Defiance post. Ashenfelter will transfer from his current assignment at Findlay District Criminal Investigations to serve as the...

Construction next week on 4 city streets

Construction projects will continue next week on four Findlay streets, the city Engineering Department reports. The streets and projects include: • Cory Street will be closed Monday from West Main Cross to Washington streets for paving. • Elyria Street will be closed to through...
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