Court: Police need a warrant to see medical records

By RYAN DUNN STAFF WRITER Three years ago, John Clark flipped his 1975 Harley-Davidson motorcycle on Findlay’s west side and sustained serious injuries. Hospital tests showed the Fostoria man’s blood-alcohol level was more than double the legal limit for motorists....

Davidson: Experience builds leadership

By MICHAEL BURWELL STAFF WRITER Jo Ann Davidson’s political career reached its high point in 1995 when she became the first and only woman named speaker of the Ohio House, but the Findlay native said accepting a position on Reynoldsburg City Council early in her career was...

Findlay’s second natural gas fueling station opens

Findlay’s second publicly-accessible compressed natural gas station has opened. IGS CNG Services and Speedway have opened a compressed natural gas fueling station at Speedway’s existing station at 3730 Speedway Drive, at the Hancock County 99 exit off of Interstate...

Credit union changes name

Clyde-Findlay Area Credit Union has changed its name to Impact Credit Union. “The name Clyde-Findlay Area Credit Union has served us well and we are proud of what we have accomplished,” said Scott Hicks, credit union chief executive officer. The credit union started...

Troops to receive Christmas trees

Kaleidoscope Farms of Mount Cory, students and community groups will donate 100 Christmas trees, with handmade ornaments, to troops overseas for the holidays. Operation Evergreen, at 2 p.m. Sunday, will include veterans who will pick out trees to be given. Students and community...

Is Marathon pursuing Citgo?

By LOU WILIN STAFF WRITER Marathon Petroleum Corp. made a bid this year for Citgo Petroleum Corp., the U.S. refining arm of a Venezuelan state-owned company, Reuters News reports. At least three oil companies are still actively bidding for Citgo, Reuters reported this week, but...

Unemployment rates don’t count long-term jobless

By LOU WILIN STAFF WRITER Look out. Your mobile device and other gadgets are not the only things becoming obsolete: You can, too. When people lose their jobs, it usually takes longer to get a new one than it used to, said Jeff Korzenik, chief investment officer for Fifth Third...

Grant available for algae testing

By BRIAN BOHNERT FOR THE COURIER FOSTORIA — Fostoria is hoping to upgrade its testing equipment for harmful algae thanks to a grant through the state Environmental Protection Agency. Fostoria City Council passed a resolution Wednesday allowing city officials to apply for a...
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