All posts by Emilee Roberts

1,000 Local Students Attending Cooper Tire Manufacturing Experience Event

On October 3rd-6th the Cooper Tire Global Headquarters Campus in Findlay, Ohio participated in the national Dream It. Do It. program and National Manufacturing Day/Month. As part of this effort, Cooper connected with more than 1,000 students through the Cooper Manufacturing Experience. Students moved through a series of interactive stations designed to spark their interest

Free Learning Sessions for Caregivers

The University of Findlay’s Psychology Program offers Raising Kids Today, a series of free, public health-driven information sessions to help caregivers with raising children. It includes practical information with the latest scientific research. The topics that are discussed are relevant to parents and guardians of children of all ages. The talks, which are held in

The Mustard Seed at the Depot

The Mustard Seed Café at the Depot—it’s a lengthy name for a teeny restaurant packed full of charm and tempting food. No wonder my sister has been nagging me to try it for so long. We arrived at 5:30 on a Tuesday night to the former railroad depot. Our table was immediately inside the door

Mazza’s Tales for Tots Returns in a New Way

Tales for Tots is a fun story time at the University of Findlay Mazza Museum, to inspire toddlers and preschoolers, beginning on October 11th at 11am. Gail Lazarczyk, known to past participants as “Story Nana,” will be missed as she has retired, and the Museum will feature a new host for each session this year.

McComb Park Receives an AARP Grant

Park improvements are on the way thanks to an AARP grant of $20,000. Some of the improvements that will take place include: park benches, new water fountains and special needs playground equipment. Councilwoman Carol Cary, who applied for the grant, received thanks from Councilman Dennis Turner. Additionally, the McComb area Heart and Soul will contribute

“The Boot” First Installed at Cory-Rawson

The Hancock County Sheriff’s Office, after over a year of fundraising, is installing “The Boot”, a metal plate placed at the bottom of a classroom door to prevent the door from being opened, protecting students from a shooter. First installed at Cory-Rawson School, there is still a need to raise $152,000, of the $425,000 total