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Tuesday, July 23, 2019

Civil Service

Civil service commissions, like the one in Findlay, still provide an important community service. Taxpayer-supported, the city's Civil Service Commission provides testing and other...

Letters to the Editor 08-10-18

WHY NOT WHINE AND CHEESE? I was reading earlier this summer that the United States has a record surplus of 1.39 billion pounds...

No on Issue 2

High drug costs are a national issue, not just an Ohio one. But voters statewide will get to weigh in on the Ohio Drug...

Why we won’t endorse Trump or Clinton

Believe it or not, it was nearly 41 years ago that The Courier dropped the word "Republican" from its nameplate atop Page A1. In a...

Letters to the Editor 05-19-16

WHY IS DIVERSION THE ONLY OPTION? While we empathize with Gene and Marilyn Weber (letter, May 16), we too have property that experienced...

Letter to the Editor 03-07-15

NEIGHBORHOOD COULD HELP As the city of Findlay attempts to create a resolution, a compassionate treatment for a growing issue in all of...

Letters to the Editor 01-24-14

BUFFER WILL BE POETIC JUSTICE Susan A. Thompson's letter (Jan. 21) states she is against the riparian buffer along Lye Creek. Some of...

Letters to the Editor 02-07-17

FRESH WATER EQUALS LIFE King Solomon wrote in Proverbs that to gain wisdom, you don't become foolish or a fool. I believe the...

Farmer training programs offered

By ED LENTZ Agriculture is one of the more regulated industries. These regulations increase the cost of farming, and unlike other industries, farmers are unable to...

‘Ohio Signature Beef’ promoted

Many consumers like to buy food from their area and are interested in how it was produced. When farmers tell their story to these...
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