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MPLX executive retiring

An executive’s retirement will bring changes in senior management at MPLX, Marathon Petroleum Corp.’s logistics and natural gas processing subsidiary, on Oct. 1. John Mollenkopf, executive vice president and chief operating officer for MPLX’s MarkWest operations, will retire after …

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Dogs, cats removed from TLU Rescue

BLUFFTON — About 70 dogs and cats belonging to TLU Rescue were removed from two Bluffton properties over the weekend, according to the Ohio Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals & Humane Society. On Friday night, officers from the Bluffton Police Department responded to a complaint …

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Local banks to merge

First Federal Bank’s parent company, First Defiance Financial Corp., is buying Commercial Bancshares, parent company of Commercial Savings Bank, for about $63 million. The deal is expected to close in the first quarter of 2017. Commercial Savings Bank will merge into First Federal Bank. Upon complet…

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Prep Football: NW Ohio Complete Week 1 schedule

Prep Football Thursday’s Games NW Ohio Games Mansfield Madison at Shelby Norwalk Senior at Port Clinton Orrville at Wooster Senior Sandusky Senior at Sandusky Perkins Toledo Waite at Sylvania Northview Friday’s Games NW Ohio Games Anna at Arlington Arcanum at Riverside Bellevue at Huron Black River at Western Reserve Bluffton at Cory-Rawson Bryan at Van […]

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Hydrant Flushing Moves Into Another Area Of Findlay

8/25/16 – 8:49 A.M.

Another area of Findlay will see fire hydrant flushing today. The water distribution department says crews will work in an area that spans from County Road 95 east to County Road 236, and from Fostoria Avenue north to County Road 212.

Crews are still working in an area that spans from County Road 236 to the west, Township Road 242 to the east, State Route 568 to the south, and State Route 12 to the north.

You can call (419)424-7192 if you have any questions.

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Attempted Robbery At Kenton KMart Pharmacy Under Investigation

8/25/16 – 7:38 A.M.

Authorities in Hardin County are looking for someone who tried to rob the pharmacy inside the Kenton KMart store. WKTN radio reports the incident happened late Tuesday morning.

The man reportedly walked up to the pharmacy and put a handgun on the counter. The suspect started to demand pills, but the pharmacy employee grabbed the gun off the counter. The suspect then ran out of the store.

The case remains under investigation.


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Weekly Forums To Be Held At The University Of Findlay About Drug Disorders

08/24/16 – 9:52 P.M.

The University of Findlay will be hosting weekly forums about drug abuse every Wednesday. Dr. Mike Milks has opened one of his classes to the public to raise awareness of drug disorders. He will be having guest speakers from the area as well as experts in the field.

Audio: Mike Milks

The talks will be held in the Davis street building from 6-8 pm. Dr. Milks says that everyone is welcome to come and learn.

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Ottawa Diversion Channel Project Moves Toward Eminent Domain Process

8/9/16 – 11:20 A.M.

The process of building a diversion channel for the Blanchard River in Ottawa has hit an expected bump in the road. During Tuesday’s Maumee Watershed Conservancy District meeting, members were told two property owners have not attempted to negotiate a price for their land. The conservancy voted on a measure to declare it “necessary to appropriate the land.” That means the eminent domain process will begin soon.

Notices will be sent to the landowners in question. They’ll have 28 days to respond, but can file for an extension. Negotiations for land rights can still take place during the process. Mediation is a possibility, but the cases could also land in front of a jury to determine a fair price.

The “100 percent” plans for the Ottawa diversion channel are completed. While a final price estimate wasn’t available, project manager Steve Wilson said he expects the price to be less than originally expected.

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New Director At Millstream Career Center Welcomed By Findlay School Board

08/08/16 – 8:47 P.M.

The Millstream Career Center has a new director taking charge. David Danhoff (Dan-OFF) says his position is to keep things running smoothly and to provide kids with the best education as possible. He is willing to make changes if necessary.

Audio:David Danhoff

Danhoff was welcomed to the position by the Findlay City School Board at the meeting Monday night.

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