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Tuesday, February 19, 2019

Library board changes meeting date

The McComb library board meeting originally scheduled for Monday night has been changed to Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. at the library.

Bluffton University forum scheduled

BLUFFTON -- C. Christopher Smith, editor at Englewood Review of Books, will speak during Bluffton University's Forum at 11 a.m. Tuesday in Stutzman...

Cory-Rawson sets school registration

RAWSON -- Cory-Rawson will hold kindergarten registration for the 2019-2020 school year this week, Feb. 18-22. Registration hours will be from 9...

City school board approves baseball staff

Findlay school board approved the high school's baseball coaching staff by a 3-2 vote after an executive session Monday evening. Chris Aldrich, Susan Russell...

Cross appointed to House panels

State Rep. Jon Cross, R-Kenton, was recently appointed to House committees by Speaker Larry Householder. Cross, who was elected to the state Legislature last...

Cooper declares quarterly dividend

Cooper Tire & Rubber Co. on Friday announced a quarterly dividend of 10.5 cents per share on common stock, payable March 29 to...

Litter Landing closed Monday

Litter Landing recycling center at 1720 E. Sandusky St., operated by the Hancock County Solid Waste Management District, will be closed Monday in...

Four nominated to academies

Two students from Findlay have been nominated to military service academies by Ohio Sen. Rob Portman. Christian Lee was nominated to West Point and...

Arlington plans school screening

Arlington will conduct a clinic and screening on March 19 for children elgible to start kindergarten in the fall. Children who will be 5...

Hoening elected funeral homes VP

FOSTORIA -- Terrence T. Hoening has been elected vice president of Hoening Funeral Homes. Hoening, 25, is a third-generation funeral director for the company,...
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