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Assistance loans, deficiency payments available

The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Farm Service Agency is accepting requests for marketing assistance loans and loan deficiency payments for eligible 2014 commodities. The assistance loans and deficiency payments for the 2014 crop year are available to eligible farmers...

Farm Service Agency programs: Farmers being urged to register

WASHINGTON — Farmers who plan to participate in U.S. Department of Agriculture Farm Service Agency programs should register in advance, according to the agency. Farm records and business structure changes should be reported to the agency’s service center at 7868...

New business to clear clutter

Lindy Vandersall of North Baltimore has launched a new business, Clutter Girl Organizing, to help people organize their homes or businesses. Vandersall describes herself as a professional organizer. She can organize businesses or homes, big or small areas from pantries to garages...

MPLX chief grew up in oil business

By LOU WILIN STAFF WRITER When Pam Beall recently became president of Marathon Petroleum’s pipeline subsidiary, MPLX LP, she took on a lot of high hopes. The pipeline operations were spun off a year and a half ago into a publicly-traded corporation, pleasing investors. MPLX...

Many heroin addicts face barriers to treatment

EDITOR’S NOTE: Second of three parts. By MEGHAN BARR and DAN SEWELL Associated Press As the ranks of heroin users rise, increasing numbers of addicts are looking for help but are failing to find it, because there are no beds in packed facilities, treatment is hugely...

Treatment center to open in city

By RYAN DUNN staff writer Hancock County’s first residential treatment center is expected to significantly boost drug recovery for area addicts. Officials have long worked toward finding a location for addicts to undergo more intensive treatment and constant monitoring....

Officials discuss restructuring Seneca County’s EMS system

By GENNA NEWMAN FREED STAFF WRITER TIFFIN — Leaders in Seneca County met Saturday to hear ideas about restructuring the county’s emergency medical services and paying those who staff ambulances. More than 50 people, including county commissioners, township trustees,...

One person hurt in weekend crash

One person was injured in a two-vehicle accident that occurred at 2:16 p.m. Saturday in the 800 block of West Trenton Avenue in Findlay. Ricka L. Baltz, 66, of Findlay, was transported by a Hanco ambulance to Blanchard Valley Hospital with minor injuries, according to Findlay...
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