Weekend: Tip-Your-Talent

Tip-Your-Talent is back and better than ever. It will be held at 6 p.m. Thursday, March 19 at Alexandria’s as part of Downtown Findlay’s Third Thursday. Tip-Your-Talent is a free showcase of local performers where audience members cast their ballots for the...

Weekend: Get Out!

Events OHIO MAPLE EVENTS March 14-15 The same trees that treat visitors to a stunning show each fall are behind a pair of events that welcome travelers in early spring. Malabar Farm State Park will demonstrate sugaring techniques from the early days, when Ohio was home to Native...

Weekend: Mental Health Moment

By NANCY J. STEPHANI Mindfulness. It is the new buzzword, at least among those of us in behavioral healthcare. Meditation. “What!” you say, “You want us to pray our troubles away?” Meditation is simply intense focus or focused awareness. It first came into...

Weekend Doctor

By SALLY GOCKSTETTER The cold will continue to come and go for the next several weeks, so be active against cold-related health problems. When temperature drops and winds pick up, heat leaves our bodies faster. Infants and the elderly are at higher risk for cold-related...

Weekend: Diet, exercise are two sides of the same coin

By KRISTINA GRAHAM The top New Year’s resolution is to lose weight, and that means resolutions to get fit and eat healthy follow. While about 75 percent of people stick to their goals for at least a week, more than half give up within six months. It’s not impossible...

Board feared recovery house furor could endanger its levy

By MAX FILBY STAFF WRITER As arguments flared over a proposed addiction recovery house for women in Findlay, the chairman of the public board planning the house fretted the controversy might endanger the board’s levy request more than two years away. “Without question...

2 sides sparring over house sale

By MAX FILBY STAFF WRITER Members of the Save Our Neighborhoods opposition group are complaining about the speed of their deal to buy a controversial property in Findlay. Save Our Neighborhoods offered to purchase a house at 1900 Greendale Ave. for $198,767 from the Hancock...

School board says state audit spurs changes

By ABBEY NICKEL STAFF WRITER VAN BUREN — The Van Buren Board of Education this week said changes are being made in response to problems pointed out in a state audit of the school district. One of those changes, board members said, should be a reduction in the number of...
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