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For some reason, BlackBerry released the $1,950 Porsche Design P’9983 Graphite

For some weird reason, BlackBerry announced yet another luxury smartphone, the Porsche Design P’9983 Graphite. Other than a few cosmetic differences, there’s not much differentiating it from the original Porsche Design P’9983.

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On Deck: Two UF teams in action

A pair of University of Findlay teams are in action on a light Tuesday night local sports schedule.
The UF softball team travels to Cedarville for a 3 p.m. nonconference doubleheader.
The UF women’s lacrosse team will have a home game under the lights at Donnell Stadium as the Oilers host Urbana in a 7 p.m. contest.
We’ll also have previews of Ottawa-Glandorf and St. Wendelin’s state semifinal girls basketball games in Wednesday’s print edition.
You’ll get the best local sports coverage in the region in the daily print edition of The Courier and online at TheCourier.com.

SCHEDULE
Tuesday’s Events
College Athletics
BASEBALL – Bluffton at Albion, 4:15
SOFTBALL — Findlay at Cedarville, DH, 3
WOMEN’S LACROSSE — Urbana at Findlay, 7
PREP BOYS BASKETBALL
Tuesday’s Regional Semifinals
Division IV
AT BOWLING GREEN STROH CENTER
Plymouth vs. Wayne Trace, 6:15
Delphos St. John’s vs. Cardinal Stritch, 8
AT KETTERING FAIRMONT
Marion Local vs. Jackson Center, 8

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Nissan squeezes every last drop from the GT-R with the 45th Anniversary Gold Edition

Nissan has officially unveiled the 2016 GT-R, which features a five-horsepower bump and a few styling enhancements. The brand also revealed the 45th Anniversary Gold Edition, which wears a Silica Brass exterior finish.

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Prep Schedule & Updates: 03-18-18

A pair of University of Findlay teams are in action on a light Tuesday night local sports schedule.
The UF softball team travels to Cedarville for a 3 p.m. nonconference doubleheader.
The UF women’s lacrosse team will have a home game under the lights at Donnell Stadium as the Oilers host Urbana in a 7 p.m. contest.
We’ll also have previews of Ottawa-Glandorf and St. Wendelin’s state semifinal girls basketball games in Wednesday’s print edition.
You’ll get the best local sports coverage in the region in the daily print edition of The Courier and online at TheCourier.com.

SCHEDULE
Tuesday’s Events
College Athletics
BASEBALL – Bluffton at Albion, 4:15
SOFTBALL — Findlay at Cedarville, DH, 3
WOMEN’S LACROSSE — Urbana at Findlay, 7
PREP BOYS BASKETBALL
Tuesday’s Regional Semifinals
Division IV
AT BOWLING GREEN STROH CENTER
Plymouth vs. Wayne Trace, 6:15
Delphos St. John’s vs. Cardinal Stritch, 8
AT KETTERING FAIRMONT
Marion Local vs. Jackson Center, 8

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Air National Guard to conduct nighttime training flights this week

SWANTON — The 180th Fighter Wing of the Ohio Air National Guard will be conducting nighttime training flights through Friday, weather permitting.

Northwestern Ohio residents may see or hear F-16 fighter jets taking off and landing until about 10 p.m. this week.

Training flights normally take place during daylight hours, but F-16 pilots and maintenance personnel are required to conduct night operations as part of their overall readiness.

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Contracts Closed Out For Hancock County Garage

3/5/15 – 10:12 A.M.

At long last the Hancock County engineer’s Garage is officially complete. Hancock County Commissioner Brian Robertson says all contracts have been closed…

Audio: Brian Robertson

Robertson says it’s nice to have everything wrapped up and the employees in a great facility to support their efforts in the county.

He added the new garage sets the county up well for the present, and the future…

Audio: Brian Robertson

Robertson says all materials are saved digitally so that they can easily be looked up.

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Six Month Anniversary of Toledo Water Crisis Spurs Reflection

02/04/15     12:35 p.m.

It has been six months since the City of Toledo suffered three days without tap water during a harmful algal bloom on Lake Erie. Since then, officials have been working to figure out how to prevent blooms or at least warn citizens earlier.

Former Toledo Councilman Frank Szollosi, now the Great Lakes Regional Outreach Manager for the National Wildlife Federation, said lake health has been decreasing over the last decade due to phosphorous runoff, particularly in the spring.

Audio: Frank Szollosi

Although many in the agriculture community have volunteered to do their part, Szollosi said the problem will not be solved without political action.

Audio: Frank Szollosi

Szollosi said if we achieve the 40 percent reduction, we would see results as soon as next season because of the quick water filtering in the shallow western basin of Lake Erie.

Toledo officials are also partnering with the University of Toledo, Heidelberg University and The Ohio State University to implement and early detection system for the 2015 algal bloom season in hopes of preventing citizens from scrambling to find water.

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