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Officials from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers were in Findlay Monday to offer reassurance that the Blanchard River flood study will stick to the schedule announced in April.
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Amy Peters, the 45-year-old who was featured in a recent Courier investigative story about Hancock County Justice Center overcrowding, began serving her five-day sentence Thursday.
By MAX FILBY STAFF WRITER MOUNT BLANCHARD - The Riverdale school board unanimously voted to accept the resignation of kindergarten teacher Barbara Williams on Monday.
Hancock County Coroner Dr. Mark Fox said today that the death of Michael A. Enright, 21, of Fostoria, will be ruled as a drowning.
Two people, including the CEO of a Bluffton firm, were killed when a plane crashed northeast of Findlay in Hancock County on Sunday, authorities said.
The Hancock County sheriff's office said the crash apparently occurred at about 1 a.m. EDT Sunday.
By MAX FILBY STAFF WRITER VAN BUREN - The Van Buren school board today will consider a proposal to officially place a $28.7 million school construction bond issue on the November ballot.
By JIM MAURER STAFF WRITER Farmers in the region aren't planting as much wheat as in years past, but those who did enjoyed "a good harvest" this month with strong yields and no plant disease, reports Ed Lentz, agriculture/natural resources educator for Ohio State University Extension.
Cody Callis, center, and his brother Kyle Callis, right, install a new circulation desk this week at the Findlay-Hancock County Public Library.
MARK METZGER is shown by the sign that marks his Hancock County farm as one of Ohio's Century Farms, meaning that his family has maintained operation of the farm for at least 100 years.
Three motorists were injured in a three-vehicle crash late Wednesday on Hancock County 220, north of Findlay.
By LOU WILIN STAFF WRITER McLane Co., which will open a $38 million grocery distribution center in northern Findlay in 2016, will avoid more than $750,000 in sales taxes by temporarily ceding ownership of the construction site to the Blanchard Valley Port Authority.
Updated: Tue Jul 29, 2014 10:30 am
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