Has a president visited Findlay?

Q: Has a sitting president ever visited Findlay? I remember President George H.W. Bush passing through via train, but he didn’t stop. — Michael J. LaRocco, Tallahassee, Florida. A: Bush did stop, by air, on Aug. 27, 1992,...

It’s not too early to start planning a fishing trip

It’s never too early to begin to think about upcoming fishing seasons. Even if the ice isn’t cooperating for those souls who like to sit on giant ice-cubes, anglers can stay busy preparing for spring. There’s the...

Agriculture’s bumps and bruises

Agriculture had many bumps and bruises last year. Here are nine reasons why. • Grain prices. They continue to be low. It has been projected that farm revenue may be at its lowest level since the early 2000s. Input costs have started to...

How about extending sidewalks on Howard?

Q: Does the city have plans to extend the sidewalks on West Howard Street to Wal-Mart? There’s a lot of foot and bike traffic there, and there’s no shoulder. — Johnny Dee, McComb. A: No, but “sidewalks, or lack...

Division of Wildlife hosting two deer summits

Anyone interested in Ohio’s white-tailed deer management programs has the opportunity to provide feedback about hunting regulations and season structures in central Ohio on Saturday, Jan. 23, and in northeastern Ohio on Saturday,...

Where was Dunham Printing?

Q: Dunham Printing Co. was in downtown Findlay, just south of Wilson’s Restaurant, in the late ’60s. Jim Dunham was the owner. It has been more than 40 years and I can’t discern what business now occupies where Dunham...

Christmas bird count reveals interesting numbers

Bob Sams reports the Hancock County Naturalists completed the annual Christmas Bird Count last Saturday and that it was a year for unusual observations. “Count-high numbers of cackling geese, wild turkeys, and pileated...

Winter safety tips for farmers

Winter will bring cold temperatures, but farmers have outdoor tasks to do regardless of the weather. Livestock producers have to feed and care for animals, and the grain farmer has to check or load stored grain. Wood may need to be cut...
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