Firms will fix field at Donnell Stadium

By DANAE KING STAFF WRITER After being unsatisfied with the Donnell Stadium football field for about a year, Findlay City Schools has settled with the companies that installed it. Repairs will be done at no extra cost to the school district. The artificial turf on the football...

Apartment fire possible arson

By ALLISON REAMER STAFF WRITER A fire at an apartment at 708 N. Main St. on Thursday is being investigated as a possible arson, Findlay police reported. Findlay firefighters were called to the building, which houses six apartments, about 11:31 a.m., according to Fire Capt. Tim...

Fostoria couple hurt in crash

FOSTORIA — A Fostoria couple were injured and taken to ProMedica Fostoria Community Hospital after a two-vehicle accident Thursday afternoon at a rural intersection west of Fostoria, the Hancock County Sheriff’s Office reported. Ann Barth, 62, and her husband, Albert,...

Renovation of office building planned

Ohio Logistics will spend more than $1 million to renovate a three-story, 8,200-square-foot office building on the southwest corner of Tiffin Avenue and Bright Road over the next three months. The building, which houses Citizens National Bank and the offices of 14 other...

Sanoh America facing federal fine

Sanoh America, a brake line maker at Tall Timbers Industrial Park, could face $82,500 in federal fines for exposing workers to fall and amputation hazards. “Disconnecting equipment from its power supply and installing required safety guards are crucial in protecting workers...

Three farms to showcase conservation

By JIM MAURER STAFF WRITER A McComb farm and two in Hardin County were announced Wednesday as “demonstration farms” that will showcase conservation practices meant to reduce and prevent agricultural fertilizer run-off. The farms were announced by the Ohio Farm Bureau...

Psychiatrist: Stop judging addicts and start helping

By DANAE KING STAFF WRITER A local psychiatrist is encouraging people to stop judging drug and alcohol addicts and instead start helping them. “There tends to be kind of a judgmental, moral, emotional response” to addicts, said Dr. Brad Bundy, a psychiatrist with...

Farmer to shuck corn this year

By JIM MAURER STAFF WRITER The high cost of planting corn and the possibility of a dry, hot summer have a longtime area farmer changing his planting strategy. Neil Clark, 81, of 3140 Allen/Cass Township 232, said he will be planting only soybeans, and no corn, on about 2,000...
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