Weekend: Get Out!

Events ‘WHERE DID I COME FROM?’ Jan. 17-Nov. 7 The Hayes Presidential Center can help answer that ages old question of “Where Did I Come From?” Its Learning About Your Past series of genealogy classes provide a guide to finding the answer. Classes are...

Weekend Doctor

By SALLY GOCKSTETTLER Burns can be painful and, sometimes, it may be difficult to take care of them. Knowing what degree a burn is and how to initially treat it determines how well and how long it will take to heal, as well as whether or not to seek medical attention. Burns are...

Weekend: Mental Health Moment

By KATHY FOUST Marriage and family relationships have the potential of being very supportive, safe and satisfying, or they can be harmful, causing pain and suffering. A family member has the ability to lift up or push down a sibling or spouse very easily due to the familiarity of...

Weekend: Different ways to manage your diabetes at home

By MARA CARIS Diabetes is a common and quickly rising health risk. It is important to understand diabetes and that there are two different types. Type I diabetes, often referred to as juvenile diabetes, occurs when the pancreas is unable to make insulin. Management of Type I...

United Way breaks fundraising record

United Way of Hancock County has broken a fundraising record for its annual campaign, for the 12th consecutive year. Campaign chair Michael Needler Jr. announced Friday night that the community has raised $3,122,677. Needler made the announcement during United Way’s final...

Opt-out deadline Jan. 30 for electric aggregation customers in Findlay

By MAX FILBY STAFF WRITER Findlay residents have until Jan. 30 to opt out of the city’s electricity aggregation program. The program, which will continue to be supplied by FirstEnergy Solutions of Akron, offers those who participate a chance to get cheaper electricity. The...

Police lieutenant retires, two others get new posts

A long-serving Findlay Police Department lieutenant retired from the force Friday. Lt. Scott Lowry retired from the department after 25 years of service. During that time, Lowry served in all three divisions of the department, and retired as special services lieutenant. Over the...

Attorney general seeking info about sexual predator

KENTON — Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine is requesting public assistance to locate a sexual predator who is violating sex offender registry laws. The Hardin County Sheriff’s Office has issued a warrant for the arrest of Richard Jenkins, 71. According to public...
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