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Sunday, May 31, 2020

WITH VIDEO: State patrol: High-speed chase through city ended in fatal crash

By KATHRYNE RUBRIGHT Staff Writer The fiery crash that resulted in the deaths of two Hancock County men last month was the culmination of a pursuit...

Panic and pandemic: The 1918 Spanish flu

By SARA ARTHURS STAFF WRITER The deaths began in early October 1918. By the time the month was out, Spanish flu had killed 30 Hancock County...

Head-on crash kills 3 people

McCOMB -- Three people were killed in a head-on collision Tuesday evening on Ohio 186, just north of U.S. 224, the Hancock County Sheriff's...

WITH VIDEO: Reptiles are fascinating — not scary

By SARA ARTHURS Staff Writer Alise Mitchell has always loved reptiles. When she was young, she would just "go out and catch stuff" -- even once...

Developer unveils $31M downtown plan

By LOU WILIN STAFF WRITER California developer Tim Youngpeter -- a 1975 Findlay High School graduate -- wants to construct a $31 million retail-residential development in...

Teenage baking whiz buys Findlay business

By LOU WILIN STAFF WRITER A Findlay staple has a new owner and a new name. Eighteen-year-old Eve Stump is owner of The Baking Company & Bread...

Shoppers navigating new store restrictions

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Medical marijuana now available in Ohio

By SARA ARTHURS Staff Writer Medical marijuana, already available in some parts of Ohio, will likely be sold in Bowling Green this spring. Two Hancock County physicians...

WITH VIDEO: Findlay family’s business marks 75th year

By LOU WILIN STAFF WRITER It started in Findlay as City Laundry with German immigrant Carl Kramer. Today, 75 years later, it's City Dry Cleaning and...

Artist’s death leaves McComb heartbroken

By SARA ARTHURS Staff Writer McCOMB -- A panther looms, on the prowl, claws outstretched, on the wall of a downtown McComb business. Its eyes seem...
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