All posts by Anita Doseck

Community Rallies To Keep Findlay’s Children Fed

While school closings, and subsequently many other businesses and institutions, have been disruptive to our everyday lives, community leaders have rallied together to address the nutrition needs of children. Teresa Welty, of Findlay City Schools, said the school district is supporting students during this time by offering any child under age 18 a grab-and-go sack

A Heart for Horses

Turning a passion into a career path Horses are fascinating animals—intelligent, perceptive, and affectionate. While many young adults partake in horseback riding, a select few decide to turn their passion for horses into a lifelong career. Enter the University of Findlay. Findlay is home to a nationally-recognized program UF offers one of only a few

Passion for Teaching

Local teacher receives state award As a high school student, Tonya Thorbahn volunteered to work with a young man with Down Syndrome. “I just fell in love with the classroom and the experience,” she said. “When I came to the University of Findlay, I knew I was going to pursue special education, and I haven’t

Growing Great Kids

“4-H is about family, tradition, and passing the legacy of leadership, hard work and skills on to the next generation,” says Cassie Anderson, extension educator for 4-H youth development for the Ohio State University (OSU) Extension Office in Hancock County. Anderson grew up on a cattle farm in Auglaize County, Ohio, where her family has

Support For Addicted Moms-To-Be

Pregnant women who are addicted to opiates face an increased risk of health complications from both the drug use and the lack of prenatal care. Every woman who gives birth at Blanchard Valley Hospital is screened for drugs in her system, something that is standard at most hospitals. But by then, the effects of the