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Wednesday, April 8, 2020

Remote learning in Fostoria continues

By SCOTT COTTOS FOR THE COURIER FOSTORIA -- Though classes aren't meeting as usual in Fostoria City Schools due to the coronavirus pandemic, the learning process...

Findlay City Council told to spend cautiously

By DENISE GRANT Staff Writer City Auditor Jim Staschiak again cautioned Findlay City Council about spending at its regular session Tuesday, saying the COVID-19 pandemic is...
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Great Scot pharmacies offers curbside pickup

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The Courier closes office to all visitors

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15 confirmed cases reported

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Road construction work to cause lane restrictions

Two road construction projects are anticipated to affect traffic in Wyandot and Hancock counties this week. In Wyandot County, U.S. 23 between County Road 97...

County seeks emergency funds for crisis assistance

By JIM MAURER STAFF WRITER Hancock County commissioners approved a resolution to seek emergency funds from the state to help a local nonprofit agency provide crisis...

UF enters hand sanitizer business

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Businessman helping county get out the vote

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Locations of absentee ballot application boxes

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