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Updated 13 hours ago
Clydesdales on display in Findlay
FINDLAY — If the heavy clip-clop of hooves the size of dinner plates doesn’t turn heads, the sheer bulk of some of the most iconic animals in the country definitely deserves a double take.

Published 15 hours ago
Dana exec served in Pacific in WWII
William M. Fairhurst, who climbed through the ranks of Dana Corp. to become an executive of the automotive supplier as his father had been, died Thursday in Swan Creek Retirement Village. He was 94.

Updated 15 hours ago
Lake Erie forum planned
The Ohio Farmers Union will sponsor a “Farmers Seeking Solutions” forum at 1 p.m. Monday at Forrester’s on the River at The Docks, 26 Main St., Toledo.

Updated 15 hours ago
Plenty of laughs in ‘Leave You’
In an age when Hollywood has made my-family-is-more-messed-up-than-yours plots commonplace, director Shawn Levy’s big screen adaptation of Jonathan Tropper’s 2009 bestseller This is Where I Leave You weaves something sublime from material that’s almost painfully familiar.

Updated 16 hours ago
Clean Streams starts at Olander
Besides algal-bloom related microcystin threatening Toledo’s fresh water supply, there are thousands of pounds of trash that make it into Lake Erie through Sylvania’s ditches and creeks.

Updated 16 hours ago
Cedar Point to replace Mantis
SANDUSKY — Good-bye, Mantis. Hello, Rougarou.

Updated 16 hours ago
School delays: 9-19
Arlington Local 2 Hr. Delay

Published 21 hours ago
Festival, fossil dig on tap
This weekend, the outdoor festival Almost Oktoberfest returns and an event for children to dig for fossil remains is part of Fossil Fest.

Updated 21 hours ago
Northview blanks St. John's
Nothing compares to facing stiff competition to draw out the best in a team.

Published 21 hours ago
Harrison Rally Day parties on
Harrison Rally Day weekend is here. That brings a book sale, parade, art, Rock the Docks, and more on Saturday in downtown Perrysburg.