Paulding County crash kills Continental woman

GROVER HILL — A Continental woman was killed when her car struck a tractor-trailer on Ohio 637 in Paulding County Monday afternoon. The Van Wert post of the State Highway Patrol reported that Jane C. Deken, 53, was driving north on Ohio 637, about four miles north of Grover...

10,000 fewer deer killed this season

Hunters killed 65,485 white-tailed deer during Ohio’s weeklong gun-hunting season, which ended Sunday, according to the Ohio Department of Natural Resources. About 10,000 fewer deer were killed than in 2013, when hunters checked 75,408 deer during the deer-gun season....

Income tax notices mailed

The Findlay Income Tax Department has mailed 2014 income tax filing notices to more than 24,000 Findlay and Arlington taxpayers. The notices are to remind taxpayers of their obligation to file Findlay and Arlington income tax returns during the upcoming filing season. The tax...

Board OKs computer purchases

By JIM MAURER STAFF WRITER CAREY — There will be more computers for student use following Carey school board’s decision Monday to spend $30,000 to purchase 90 additional Chromebook computers. General fund money will be used for two-thirds of the expense, while the...

Hearing on community plan Wednesday

By ERIC SCHAADT Staff Writer McCOMB — A public meeting will be held to review McComb’s application for a grant to plan the village’s future. Some Hancock County villages and townships are vying for a $138,000 grant from the Orton Foundation to develop a game...

Wanted: favorite Christmas memories

Do you have a favorite Christmas memory? The Courier is again asking readers to write about their favorite holiday memories and send them in so they can be shared with others. Readers’ recollections will be published before Christmas. Contributors are asked to describe a...

Findlay’s G.S.W. plant marked by growth, resilience

By LOU WILIN STAFF WRITER The past quarter-century has been a story of growth for G.S.W. Manufacturing in Findlay. The automotive wiring harness systems supplier has grown from $1.1 million in annual sales to $138 million, and from 11 employees in Findlay to 230. Most of the...

FHS club’s efforts paying off

By MICHAEL BURWELL STAFF WRITER The purpose of Findlay High School’s Junior Statesmen of America is to debate global and political issues, but the group might be known more for their activities to help fund projects in Tanga, Tanzania. In November, the club was told...
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