Weekend: Spring Fling

The Voices in Perfection Show Choir Spring Fling will be held on Friday, May 9, at 7:30 p.m. in R.L. Heminger Auditorium at Findlay High School. The cabaret-style program features solo, ensemble and full group performances by the VIP members and accompanying instrumentalists, The...

Weekend: Make sure you, your bicycle and gear are ready for the road

By CASSIE TURNER Is your family ready for bicycle season? It is time to dust the bicycle off and get ready for fun. Bicycling is a great family activity. It is good exercise and a simple way to send time together as a family. Before the family heads out on their bicycles, take...

Weekend: Get Out

Events ROOTSMAGIC WORKSHOP May 4 Current or aspiring genealogists can spend an afternoon learning how to get the most out of one of the most popular pieces of genealogy software by attending the Hayes Presidential Center’s RootsMagic Workshop Sunday, May 4 in the Hayes...

Weekend: Mental Health Moment

By ROBIN BROWN I love to work creatively helping clients achieve recovery. One method that can be done is to create a coping skills toolbox, consisting of items kept in a basket, drawer or cabinet, that can give you the ability to cope with a stressful situation. . Using art is a...

Weekend Doctor

By ANGELA SCHRODER Q: What are phytochemicals? A: The term phytochemical, or phytonutrient, represents a group of chemicals that naturally occur in plants and protect them against bacteria, viruses and fungi. Phytochemicals are found in fruits, vegetables and other plant-based...

Cooper Tire profits fall, but impress stock market

By LOU WILIN STAFF WRITER Cooper Tire & Rubber Co. posted first-quarter profits of $45.4 million, a 19 percent decline compared to its record-setting results a year earlier, the company said Friday. Earnings amounted to 71 cents per share, down from 87 cents per share in the...

School districts develop own policies on suicide prevention

By MAX FILBY STAFF WRITER Classmates and parents were stunned when an 11-year-old student at Bigelow Hill Intermediate School committed suicide in his Findlay home in March. Findlay City Schools knew the student was at risk, but the school district could only do so much,...

Bank donates to arts center

By SARA ARTHURS STAFF WRITER Fifth Third Bank on Friday donated $250,000 to the Hancock County Performing Arts Center, the governing board of the Marathon Center for the Performing Arts. Bob LaClair, president of Fifth Third Bank in northwestern Ohio, presented a check to the...
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