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Weekend: Get Out!

Events DISCOVER HANDMADE February-April Again this winter a special craft program will allow guests to “Discover Handmade” at Sauder Village. From February through mid-April craftsmen will present free demonstrations in the Sauder Village Welcome Center. Craft...

Weekend: Get your hands dirty with a little winter gardening

By BILL JONES By mid-winter, many gardeners, and especially the “plantaholics” among us, are ready to get their hands into some fresh soil and to enjoy its feel and earthy fragrance. But what is the gardener to do if a greenhouse isn’t part of the homestead?...

Weekend: Mental Health Moment

By LINDA J. STOCKTON “What kind of person do you want to be?” That is a question I have asked many clients over the years. Sometimes it comes up in the context of overcoming a poor self-image that was based on the false information, as in when a parent tells a child...

Weekend Doctor

By DR. CHRISTIAN JACOBUS What do I want the end of my life to look like? It is a subject that most of us do not want to think about. It can also become a decision put upon us with little time to consider and no time to educate our loved ones about our wishes. What types of...

Drug recovery house foes make offer

By SARA ARTHURS Staff Writer Opponents seeking to stop a drug recovery house in an east side Findlay neighborhood want to buy it from the agency that proposed it, as long as the house isn’t moved to another neighborhood without the residents’ permission, according to...

Downtown receives state designation

By LOU WILIN STAFF WRITER Downtown Findlay’s new designation has it poised to thrive at an even higher level, filling vacant storefronts, upgrading and polishing buildings. Friday it became the state’s 23rd downtown accepted as a member of the Ohio Main Street...

Record-breaking cold lingers

COLUMBUS (AP) — Records were shattered, schools were closed and traditional Lenten fish fries were canceled as cold temperatures and dangerous wind chills continued Friday in Ohio. Though the bone-chilling temperatures also hit the Findlay area Friday, it was not...

Latest proficiency testing begins

Chris Oaks spoke with Edward Kurt, Findlay City Schools superintendent. Q: Students have begun taking the new generation of proficiency tests that align with the highly controversial Common Core standards. What is your opinion of Common Core? A: From my point of view, the more...
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