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Findlay Man Facing Drug Charges

Written by on 22 June 2018

A Findlay man is facing drug charges after he was arrested this week in that city.   WFIN Radio reported that 41 year old Jason Lenz is facing charges of possession of cocaine and aggravated possession of drugs.   He was transported to the Hancock County Jail pending a court appearance.

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Two OVI Checkpoints Operating in Logan County Tonight

Written by on 22 June 2018

Two OVI Checkpoints will be operating tonight in Logan County.   WPKO Radio reported that one will set up from 7 until 9 this evening on State Route 366, which is Main Street in Russells Point.   The second will be on South Main Street in Bellefontaine from 10 until midnight tonight.   The Ohio […]

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Online Bill Paying Service Not Affiliated with Wapak

Written by on 22 June 2018

Residents in Wapakoneta who pay their utility bill online are being reminded that the website doxo is not affiliated with the City of Wapakoneta.   While it is a legitimate bill paying service, using the service may cause a delay in the payment reaching the city on time.   Wapakoneta residents wanting to view or […]

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Two Regional Residents Taken into Custody on Warrants

Written by on 22 June 2018

Two residents in the region were taken into custody this week on warrants from Union County.   According to the media release from the Union County Sheriff’s Office, 29 year old Cody D. Jerew, of Marion, was taken into custody in Marion County for a probation violation, and 37 year old Sarah M. Fuson, of […]

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OSP Reminds Owners to Check Tire Pressure on Vehicles

Written by on 22 June 2018

As part of their 100 Days of Summer Safety Campaign, troopers reminded motorists the dangers of underinflated tires.   Tires don’t have to be punctured to lose air, they naturally lose air over time.   The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration advises owners to check their vehicles tire pressure at least once a month to […]

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Bridge Opening in Marysville Delayed

Written by on 22 June 2018

The new Main Street Bridge in Marysville will not be open this month as originally planned.   According to a release from the Ohio Department of Transportation, due to weather and some minor construction issues, the bridge is now set to open July 18th at 5 p.m.   The bridge on SR 31 has been […]

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Kenton Woman Injured in Logan County Crash

Written by on 21 June 2018

A Kenton woman was injured in a two vehicle crash that occurred Wednesday night in Logan County.   The Bellefontaine Examiner reported that 19 year old Mackenzie Klesmit was driving east on State Route 287 in front of NEX Transport, when a westbound car operated 84 year old Brenda Bertly, of Zanesfield, travelled left of […]

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OSU President Visits Lima

Written by on 21 June 2018

The president of the Ohio State University paid a visit to Lima on Wednesday.   Hometown As part of his Buckeye State Bus Tour, Michael Drake talked about the new financial aid program being implemented at the OSU Lima campus.   He said the program provides a tuition bridge to help make college more affordable […]

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Sprague, Ginter Announce Passage Of Legislation To Help Curb Ohio’s Opioid Crisis

Written by on 21 June 2018

COLUMBUS-State Representatives Tim Ginter (R-Salem) and Robert Sprague (R-Findlay) today announced that the Ohio House has passed House Bill 231, legislation they joint sponsored that would enact a pilot program in pharmacies for tamper-resistant containers. House Bill 231 would require the State Board of Pharmacy—contingent upon an appropriation from the General Assembly—to administer a two-year […]

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