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The money is an investment by the Ohio Board of Regents in the science, engineering, technology and math programs at both schools, according to the University of Findlay.
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Honor Flight Northwest Ohio, the Toledo-based chapter of the Honor Flight network, has announced it will cease operations after four flights this year.
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A Southern pie-baking contest will be held from 3:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. March 18 in the Findlay-Hancock County Public Library's Lindamood Room.
SOUTHBOUND INTERSTATE 75 traffic was routed up the exit ramp, and then down the entrance ramp, at the U.S. 224 interchange over the weekend.
Drivers on Interstate 75 this weekend used the exit and entrance ramps as highway lanes with few reported problems, law enforcement reported.
GILBOA tech students make a presentation recently on Rockettech, a group the students formed this year.
MYREON COBB, UF physical plant director, demonstrates the use of a touch-screen display used to control the chiller system, an integral part of award-winning heating and cooling system installed in the Davis Street Building addition.
By SARA ARTHURS Staff Writer Oscar Conrad Schultz Jr. was a teacher, historian, husband, father and grandfather, and a pastor who could read and speak Hebrew fluently.
The Arts Partnership is inviting guests for a night of entertainment by Findlay's very own for the first Tip-Your-Talent.
A Wapakoneta man was injured when his pickup hit a guardrail along Interstate 75 near the U.S. 224 exit, the Findlay post of the State Highway Patrol reported.
PANCAKES ARE BACK on the menu when the Kiwanis Club of Findlay hosts the "Original" Pancake Day March 15 in the Findlay High School cafeteria.
The Findlay Post of the State Highway Patrol reports that Robert Stevens, 68, of Lima, was driving a 2010 Chrysler Town and Country minivan westbound on Shadley Street and Marion Gross Jr., 72, of Alger, was operating a 2004 Lincoln Town Car southbound on State Route 235.
Ryan Feasel is the owner of GreenMart, a new business that has opened at 22971 U.S. 224 in West Independence, between Findlay and Tiffin.