1-vehicle crash injures city teen

A teenage Findlay girl was hospitalized Friday after the pickup she was driving crashed into a utility pole. Madison Essinger, 16, was driving on Hancock County 216 in Allen Township, according to sheriff’s Deputy Steven Lowery, when she attempted to turn left onto Hancock...

Jenera woman hurt in accident

A Jenera woman was injured and taken to Blanchard Valley Hospital following a two-vehicle crash at the intersection of Hancock County 99 and Ventura Drive on Thursday morning. Findlay police said Racquel Reser, 38, was taken to the hospital by Hanco ambulance following the 11:09...

Findlay finds algae bloom in 1 reservoir

By MAX FILBY STAFF WRITER An algae bloom has been detected in one of Findlay’s reservoirs, but the city’s water is safe to drink, officials say. The bloom was detected last week by a maintenance worker in the smaller reservoir in Marion Township, and the Water...

Wrangler production could leave Toledo

Production of the Jeep Wrangler could be leaving Toledo by 2017, according to remarks made by Chrysler’s CEO at the Paris Auto Show. According to WTOL-TV and AutoNews, Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne said Thursday that the next Jeep Wrangler may be built on a unibody...

Ex-councilman found guilty of vehicular manslaughter

By RYAN DUNN STAFF WRITER OTTAWA — Former Ottawa Councilman Alan Ducey was found guilty Thursday of vehicular manslaughter. Ducey, 60, pleaded no contest in Putnam County Municipal Court to two first-degree misdemeanor counts resulting from a fatal crash earlier this year....

UF names Distinguished Alumni

The University of Findlay Alumni Association honored seven alumni and one former board of trustee during last weekend’s homecoming breakfast. Named as Distinguished Alumni were: Peter B. Daub, Marian Lowe, Michael Murphy, Joji “George” Suzuki and Billy...

William Kale joins Hancock-Wood board

William Kale of Portage was elected to serve on the Hancock-Wood Electric Cooperative board, while James Demler and Tom Kagy were re-elected. In addition, Hancock-Wood is “not projecting any rate increases for the next several years,” George Walton, Hancock-Wood chief...
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