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The Findlay Courier 23m
Findlay City Council is considering new rules for meetings. "If they want to stand outside city hall with a big ol’ poster, that is their right, and I agree with that right, but we’re here to run a meeting and run it efficiently," one council member said.
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The Findlay Courier 2h
"One of the kindest guys I’ve ever met." "He believed in giving kids a second or third chance." "He tried to be fair to everybody." Legal professionals remember Allan Davis, a longtime county judge who died Tuesday at 75:
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The Findlay Courier 16h
Most parents would be thrilled to instill a lifelong love of reading in their children. But some may question where to start. Enter the Literacy Coalition of Hancock County.
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The Findlay Courier 19h
An E. coli outbreak linked to romaine lettuce has sickened 32 people in 11 states in the U.S. and 18 people in the Canadian provinces of Ontario and Quebec.
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The Associated Press 20h
BREAKING: Food regulators urge Americans not to eat any romaine lettuce because of new food poisoning outbreak.
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The Findlay Courier 20h
Retired Hancock County Juvenile Judge Allan H. Davis died today at age 75. He was Ohio’s longest-serving juvenile and probate judge at the time of his retirement.
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Sara Arthurs 21h
We at will have a story out soon with more information on area nonprofits' needs this holiday season (including ), should you feel moved to donate. Lots of opportunities to help the community!
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Courier Life Page 22h
The Outlaws Motorcycle Club collected over 20,000 pounds of food in just 6 weeks for City Mission of Findlay. Director Joy Barger says the donation will keep the mission stocked well into next quarter.
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The Findlay Courier 23h
Three area athletes — , and — recently signed letters of intent to continue their athletic careers at the NCAA Division II level.
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The Findlay Courier Nov 20
Liberty-Benton students will start classes two weeks later next school year, after the Hancock County Fair and after Labor Day.
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The Findlay Courier Nov 20
The unemployment rate in Hancock and surrounding counties rose from September to October.
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The Findlay Courier Nov 20
If preparing a Thanksgiving meal for your family is a big feat, preparing a dinner for 2,400 people might seem impossible. Then again, you don't have the boys and girls basketball teams at your house taking the meat off 75 turkeys.
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The Findlay Courier Nov 20
Included in this week's road report is a promise that I-75 will open to three lanes in each direction north of U.S. 224 by about Dec. 1.
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The Associated Press Nov 19
BREAKING: Medical examiner says it has been notified of four deaths from the shooting at Chicago's Mercy Hospital.
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The Associated Press Nov 19
BREAKING: Chicago police say officer who was shot by a gunman at Mercy hospital has died.
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The Findlay Courier Nov 19
Replying to @pearofkings
They'll be published in the paper Saturday, Dec. 22.
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The Findlay Courier Nov 19
Reminder: Findlay native is on the Food Network’s at 10 p.m. tonight. He couldn't reveal how he did, but we do know there will be cookies on a stick!
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The Findlay Courier Nov 19
The Courier is again asking readers to write about their favorite Christmas memories, to be published Dec. 22. Memories can be humorous, poignant, unusual or representative of an era gone by. They just can't be fictional. 🎄🍬☃️
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AP Central U.S. Nov 19
BREAKING: Chicago police say they are responding to a shooting near a Chicago hospital with "reports of multiple victims."
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Kathryne Rubright Nov 19
Dawn Johns pleaded guilty today in a deal similar to the one Desirae Bright agreed to two weeks ago.
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