Judge Starn elected vice chair of Judicial College’s board

Findlay Municipal Court Judge Jonathan Starn has been elected as vice chair of the board of trustees for the Ohio Supreme Court Judicial College. As vice chair, Starn will serve on the board’s Executive Committee with Judge Diane Palos of Cuyahoga County Domestic Relations...

UF College of Business hosts new ‘Innovation Competition’

The University of Findlay’s College of Business is sponsoring an inaugural “Innovation Competition” that could benefit Findlay businesses and services, the university said. Undergraduate students are eligible to compete by developing a sustainable idea, creating...

University’s building plans advance

By LOU WILIN STAFF WRITER University of Findlay plans for a $22-$23 million Student Life Center and Business College, in the 300 block of College Street, were approved Thursday by the Findlay City Planning Commission. The 75,000-square-foot structure, between College and Davis...

Police sergeant placed on leave

FOSTORIA — One of Fostoria Police Department’s two sergeants was placed on administrative leave in the past week, but the reason remained unknown as of Thursday. Police Chief Keith Loreno on Thursday confirmed Sgt. William Campbell has been on paid leave from his...

GOP names Meyer sheriff

OTTAWA — Tim Meyer was named Putnam County sheriff by the Putnam County Republican Central and Executive Committees at a meeting Wednesday. Meyer will finish the term of former Sheriff Michael Chandler, who died Jan. 27. Meyer has worked with the Putnam County...

Oxley honored by U.S. House

Former Congressman Michael Oxley, who died Jan. 1, was honored by the U.S. House on Thursday, which would have been his 72nd birthday. In “special order speeches” on the House floor, House members took turns paying tribute to Oxley. The speakers included Ohio...

No Hardin County races contested in March primary

By ALLISON REAMER STAFF WRITER A Kenton man is now unopposed for a Hardin County commissioner seat in the Republican primary election. Robert Carder, 49, of 11942 County 106, Kenton, planned to compete with Commissioner Ed Elliott in the primary, but Elliott died Jan. 30 at the...

Carey schools planning kindergarten screening

CAREY — Pre-registration for kindergarten screening at Carey Elementary School will be held through March 21. To pre-register, call the elementary office, 419-396-6767, or stop by the school office on East South Street between 8 a.m. and 11 a.m. or between noon and 3 p.m....
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