Design of new FHS entrance unveiled

By MAX FILBY STAFF WRITER Early designs have been released for the new $2.5 million entrance to Findlay High School. The addition will be built next to the current main entrance of the high school, near the corner of Broad and Trenton avenues. It will close the gap between the...

Retired general stresses service

By MAX FILBY STAFF WRITER The Joe show. It’s the name retired Marine Corps Maj. Gen. Joseph T. Anderson jokingly gave to his presentation on leadership Tuesday at the University of Findlay. The “show” covered topics ranging from community service to sexual...

Winter took its toll on Findlay drivers

By RYAN DUNN STAFF WRITER The recent warmer temperatures may cap a long stretch of snowy, icy weather, and that is welcome news for area drivers. Vehicle crashes during January and February increased significantly compared to the same period last year, according to both the...

Board plans tour of HPD properties

By JIM MAURER STAFF WRITER The Hancock Park District board will tour park district properties beginning next month, the board decided Tuesday. The commissioners usually tour community parks every other year and hear about improvements from community representatives. The park...

Trenton Avenue crash injures 3

Three people were hurt Tuesday night in a two-vehicle accident on Trenton Avenue on Findlay’s west side. The Hancock County Sheriff’s Office reported that a 1989 Chevy pickup driven by Mitchell Stahl, 19, of Findlay, was stopped to turn into the Auto Zone store, 1275...

Findlay High schedule changes likely

By MAX FILBY STAFF WRITER Students at Findlay High School will likely see their daily schedule change next fall, for the second straight year. On Monday, Findlay school board discussed proposed changes to the high school schedule that would shorten class periods, end the school...

City hires human resources director

By JOY BROWN STAFF WRITER A longtime Fort Wayne city employee and U.S. Air Force veteran is Findlay’s new human resources director. Don Essex began working last week in a role that had not been filled since Jim Barker left two years ago. Hiring a replacement had been...

State crime lab speeded up: DeWine

By RYAN DUNN STAFF WRITER The Ohio Bureau of Criminal Investigation has done excellent work for years, but agents “never were in too big a hurry to get it done,” Ohio’s attorney general said Monday. Mike DeWine told Findlay Rotary Club members he has worked to...
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