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Daily Archives: September 1, 2018

Litter Landing closed for holiday

Litter Landing, 1720 E. Sandusky St., the recycling center operated by Hancock County Solid Waste Management District, will be closed for Labor Day from...

One county fair board seat contested

Two people are competing for one seat on the Hancock County Agricultural Society board, also known as the fair board. The race will be...

Bloomdale woman injured in accident

BLOOMDALE -- A Bloomdale woman was injured in a two-vehicle accident at a village intersection Thursday morning, the Wood County Sheriff's Office reported. According to...

City siren testing set for Sept. 10

The City of Findlay's monthly siren test for September will be held at 10 a.m. on Sept. 10. It is normally held on the...

Scott runs past Fostoria, 45-13

By SHANNON DOVE Sports writer FOSTORIA -- An 0-2 start to the season is not what coach Derek Kidwell wanted from his Fostoria High School football...

Many winners named at Hancock fair

An estimated 17,000 people turned out Friday for the third day of the Hancock County Fair. Ticket chairman Aaron Smith said the attendance figure was...

Weekend: Get Out!

EVENTS GREAT TRAIL ARTS & CRAFTS FESTIVAL Today to Sept. 3 The 37th annual Great Trail Festival is a French and Indian era re-creation near the famous...

Saturday’s Scoreboard

Prep Football Friday's Results Western Buckeye League Kenton 49, Celina 13 Defiance 17, Lima Shawnee 14 St. Marys Memorial 49, Ottawa-Glandorf 6 Wapakoneta...

Prep Roundup: Leszkowicz lifts Heritage to victory

Anna Grace Leszkowicz served 18 points, including 12 straight in the second set, as Heritage Christian's volleyball team posted a 25-16, 25-23, 25-19 win...

Prep Football: Lakota slips by Elmwood

By ANDY WOLF STAFF WRITER BLOOMDALE -- Lakota football coach Mike Lento isn't hiding it. Trevor Franks is his team's "workhorse." The junior running back covered the final...

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