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Tuesday, January 28, 2020

Take time to slow down this New Year

By JIM ABRAMS We've officially entered a new year and a new decade. It's difficult to believe how quickly some years seem to...

An agricultural year in review

It was a challenging year for agriculture in Hancock County. Weather, regulations and government policy made it tough to be a farmer. I...

Making outdoor use of your Christmas tree

By JIM ABRAMS While many have chosen the convenience of displaying an artificial tree during this festive season, there are still an estimated 25-30...

Get some perspective for the new year

By JEREMY SPEER A year ago, I was sitting in an office in northern Michigan, snow undoubtedly filling the sky, not quite knowing what was...

Poinsettias have rich holiday history

Flowers and potted plants are another type of agriculture industry. It may not be big in this area but it is in other...

Why I wear a tie

By JEREMY SPEER It's the definition of love. Every morning (or the night before if our tired minds let us think ahead) I pick...

Making tracks for those next down the trail

By JIM ABRAMS Each year I field the same question: "How did you get started writing for the Findlay Courier?" The answer isn't all that...

Farmers deal with choices made during wet and wild grow season

By ED LENTZ As you drive through the country, you may still find a few fields of corn waiting for harvest. But for the most...

We appreciate your robust community passion

By JEREMY SPEER Passion. You've got to have it to be successful. In a fast-paced industry like newspapers, you've got to have it to thrive. In one's out-of-work...

Rewards of hunting are no tall tail

By JIM ABRAMS Have you ever been at a party and been accosted by a storyteller? Maybe it was about your Aunt Mabel's back surgery...
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