Weekend: Preparing for an overseas adventure

This is the first of a series of stories about the Slagleys and their adventures as Americans living in Shanghai, China. By KYLE SLAGLEY When I got home from work one day and my wife, Tara, said, “Hey, you want to move to China?” it didn’t take more than a few...

Weekend: Routines, rituals make memories, strengthen bonds

By SHAWN M. OCHS Routines and rituals are important to your family. For most families, time and energy are at a premium and it is tempting to eliminate activities perceived to be a waste of time. But, think again. Routines are those activities that get things done within the...

Weekend: Get Out!

Events FLY-IN/DRIVE-IN PANCAKE BREAKFAST Aug. 17 “Tin Goose” Chapter 1247 of the Experimental Aircraft Association will be hosting its annual Fly-In/Drive-In Pancake Breakfast on Sunday. This event is open to the public and will be held inside the new hangar at the...

Weekend: Mental Health Moment

By NANCY STEPHANI Who are your role models? People rub off on us all the time, but we can make that process more deliberate by identifying role models who have traits we want to develop in ourselves. If we went to Boston, we would be talking with an accent in a day or two. As...

Weekend Doctor

By DR. WILLIAM KOSE When you go to a hospital emergency room for treatment, one of the first questions asked during your visit is what medications you are taking. Doctors and nurses need an accurate list of your medications in order to properly understand your medical history...

New school chief knows his priorities

      By MAX FILBY STAFF WRITER Tragedy led Ed Kurt to education and, eventually, to Findlay. A car accident in 1985 killed his mother, crushed his left leg the day after his 20th birthday, and dramatically altered his future. After a year on crutches helping to...

Grant to enhance two Findlay streets

By JOY BROWN STAFF WRITER Findlay has been awarded a $2.4 million grant from the Ohio Department of Transportation to improve downtown safety, walkability, bicycle accessibility and aesthetics. The funds will be used to enhance Main and Cory streets, which will factor into a...

Findlay tries to address FEMA concerns

By JOY BROWN STAFF WRITER Findlay this week submitted hundreds of pages of additional information about flooded properties to the Federal Emergency Management Agency, which is scrutinizing the records to see if the city is complying with the National Flood Insurance Program. The...
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