County health official hopeful about merger

By DENISE GRANT STAFF WRITER Dr. Greg Arnette, Hancock County’s health commissioner, said he’s hopeful about the plan to combine the city and county health departments. “It sounds like the plan is finally making headway,” said Arnette, who has witnessed...

Claims in Cooper suit dismissed

By LOU WILIN STAFF WRITER Cooper Tire & Rubber Co. and would-be buyer Apollo Tyres, of India, appear to be done with their legal wrangling after last year’s failed deal. Both sides agreed to dismiss their claims and counterclaims in an order signed Wednesday by Delaware...

Man charged in connection with police shooting of dog

A Findlay resident has been charged following the city police shooting of a dog. Keith E. Thompson, 74, faces a minor misdemeanor charge for allowing dogs to run loose on Dec. 3 near the 900 block of Putnam Street. Thompson was responsible for watching two dogs, a pit bull mix...

Board OKs contract for new windows

By ERIC SCHAADT STAFF WRITER ARCADIA — A Bellevue firm was awarded a contract Wednesday to replace Arcadia school buildings’ aging windows. Capital Aluminum and Glass submitted the lone bid, which included a base bid of $435,000. Alternative packages could be added....

Tiffin woman pleads guilty to heroin trafficking charges

TIFFIN — A Tiffin woman entered a guilty plea to three counts of trafficking in heroin. Anna A. Angel, 31, of Tiffin, was indicted in October on two fifth-degree felony charges of trafficking in heroin and one fourth-degree felony charge of trafficking in heroin. Police...

Updated Rover Pipeline maps may be viewed

Rover Pipeline has announced updated maps for its proposed pipeline to carry natural gas west through Ohio, including Hancock, Seneca, Wood and Henry counties; and Michigan and into Canada. The updated map may be viewed at Findlay-Hancock County Public Library; Hancock County...

WITH VIDEO: Sprague plans more work on opiate issues

By MAX FILBY STAFF WRITER State legislators still have work do to on Ohio’s opiate problem, says Rep. Robert C. Sprague. Despite passing about seven bills related to opiate addiction, Sprague said he plans to push further with legislation in 2015 by reworking and...

City uncertain of law’s impact

By MAX FILBY STAFF WRITER Findlay officials are unsure as to how much the recently passed tax reform will affect the city’s finances. House Bill 5, which Ohio House members passed last week, is an attempt to make it easier for businesses to file taxes. If Gov. John Kasich...
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