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From Little Italy, Tiffin, to seeing the Enola Gay

September 11, 2016 The last and biggest of the Pacific battles of World War II occurred on the island of Okinawa, Japan, from April 1 to June 22, 1945. more »»

It’s about the pie ... and more

August 17, 2015 ATTICA — Homemade pies may be the specialty at Backroads Diner, but a variety of other menu items also draw in customers to the restaurant. more »»

Young boy volunteers time, saves money for education

August 17, 2015 Shane Webb, an 11-year-old boy from Old Fort, is volunteering his time monthly and already saving money for college. more »»

Car show character

August 17, 2015 Jack Cramer of Findlay shows off his 1958 Chevrolet “Tow Mater,” customized to portray a character from “Cars,” at Sunday’s AMVETS car show. more »»

Exercise might help after blood clot

June 8, 2015 Dear Dr. Roach: I am a 62-year-old male in generally good health. I have a clot in the popliteal vein in my right knee, and have been taking warfarin and getting periodic blood tests. more »»

Give ‘Barney’ a chance — slowly

June 8, 2015 Dear Annie: I’ve been good friends with “Barney” for 10 years. During that time, we’ve had an on-and-off romantic relationship. more »»

Hospice now focuses on life quality

May 11, 2015 Dear Dr.?Roach: I was advised by a doctor at a reputable hospital to put my mother in hospice for congestive heart failure. She also has multi-infarct dementia. That was a year ago. more »»

He’s not rebound guy, he’s backup

May 11, 2015 Dear Annie: Many years ago, “Hazel” sat next to me in high school and apparently had a crush on me. (I had no clue.) She married someone else, and her husband passed away 20 years ago. more »»

Raising Hope

May 9, 2015 more »»

May days bring back colorful migration

May 3, 2015 Migrating songbirds have been a little slow making their way north this spring, trickling in a few at a time, but the birding community is ready for the annual May splash of colorful warblers,... more »»

The lost is found

April 26, 2015 Seven Eagles Historical Education Center is beginning its fourth decade of educating people — youths, in particular — about how life was lived in earlier days. more »»

Smoke of any kind can harm

April 20, 2015 Dear Annie: For many years, I have heard about the dangers of secondhand smoke. I am a non-smoker, but was married to a smoker for 13 years and have asthma. more »»

Diabetes rating is compromise

April 20, 2015 Dear Dr. Roach: My father has Type 2 diabetes, and his primary care physician has said repeatedly that an A1C of 7.2 percent or 7.3 percent is nothing to worry about. more »»

Vocal changes can have multiple causes

April 13, 2015 Dear Dr. Roach: Over the past year, my voice has become hoarse or raspy. I find that I often have to clear my throat while speaking. more »»

Let parents deal with disruptive sis

April 13, 2015 Dear Annie: I am a disabled single mother of two, and I work part time. We live in a modest mobile home that is becoming too difficult for me to maintain. more »»

Manage your land for wildlife

April 12, 2015 Managing your land for wildlife can provide you with an opportunity to increase the carrying capacity and concentration of wildlife on your property. more »»

It’s a new dimension in gaming

April 12, 2015 BURBANK, Calif. — The creators of the “Lego” video games are building their own rendition of a toys-to-life franchise. Warner Bros. more »»

Get your farmers market vendor info here

April 8, 2015 FOSTORIA — Vendors are being accepted for the 2015 Fostoria Farmers’ Market. more »»

Gender differences = teaching differences

April 5, 2015 Little Matthew pushes Little Sally and knocks her down. Little Tony gives a shout and runs as fast as he can to tackle Little Sammy across the room, and they begin a wrestling matc. more »»

Grant helps Bridges students grow produce to share with their families

April 1, 2015 The goal for students at Bridges Community Academy is to grow produce to share with their families and the community, and with a $2,000 grant the students are able to do just that. more »»



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