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Daily Archives: August 18, 2018

Weekend: Beans offer bevy of benefits

By KAREN McDOUGALL Beans -- pinto, navy, black, kidney, and garbanzo are just a few. As I write this, I keep hearing that little ditty,...

Weekend: Stapping middle-aged lad

Scott Stapp, lead singer of Creed and Art of Anarchy, will make a stop in Findlay with his solo band to headline an evening...

Weekend: A community choral collection

Findlay Summer Choir's inaugural concert will feature something for every music lover to enjoy. The free University of Findlay concert, to be held Aug....

Weekend: That ’70s tea

Children ages 7 to 12 are invited to join the Hancock Park District for a groovy 1970s American Girl Tea on Saturday, Aug. 25,...

Weekend: Mental Health Moment

By NANCY STEPHANI Every organization has those folks who are the only ones who can do a particular task while refusing to share the knowledge...

Weekend Doctor

By KATIE FULTZ Carpal tunnel syndrome can be a debilitating condition, affecting several facets of a patient's daily life. This condition is named after the area...

Prep Volleyball Roundup: Alt powers O-G to Coldwater crown

COLDWATER -- Taylor Alt racked up 30 kills and 30 digs as Ottawa-Glandorf won the Coldwater Spikeoff Classic on Saturday. The Titans opened up with...

Girls Soccer Roundup: FHS wins in Hayfield’s debut

Madison Mlsna and Libby Fetterman both scored a second-half goal in leading Findlay past Springfield 2-0 in Saturday's nonleague season opener at Elmer Graham...

Prep Cross Country: Lakota’s Moes, Cozette shine in opener

HEBRON -- Lakota's Dylan Moes and Reilly Cozette, state qualifiers last season, finished second and third in their respective races to lead area runners...

WITH VIDEO: Dogs paddle at Riverside Park Pool

By EILEEN MCCLORY STAFF WRITER It may be the dog days of summer, but the dogs who showed up to swim at Riverside Pool on Saturday...

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