Writedown causes loss at MPLX

Low prices for natural gas and natural gas liquids forced a writedown in the value of assets, causing a $60 million loss last quarter for Findlay-based MPLX, Marathon Petroleum Corp.’s logistics and natural gas processing subsidiary. The loss in the January-March quarter amounted...

Hite-sponsored bill on cardiac arrest prevention passes Senate

A bill sponsored by state Sen. Cliff Hite, R-Findlay, addressing cardiac arrests in student-athletes passed unanimously in an Ohio Senate vote on Wednesday. Senate Bill 252 calls for pre-participation education, online training for coaches, and guidelines for recognizing and...

Marathon profit plunges 99 percent

Marathon Petroleum Corp.’s first-quarter profit plunged 99 percent from a year earlier, the company reported Thursday. The company blamed the worldwide glut of fuel, which squeezed the profit margin on fuel it refines and sells, and also forced a big writedown in the value of...

Purple Pain

I only want to see youLaughing in the purple rain  –  Prince Sad news met me at work last week when I learned that rock star Prince had passed away at the age of 57. Able to play several instruments, Prince recorded tons of music and reportedly has a trove of...

Prep softball: St. Wendelin blasts Sandusky St. Mary’s

Mikayla Gilliland had a three-run home run among her four hits and drove in eight runs as St. Wendelin clobbered Sandusky St. Mary’s 16-0 in five innings of Sandusky River League softball action on Wednesday at Foundation Park. Cortney Babb had a double among her four hits,...

Prep track and field: Hopewell-Loudon takes triangular

TIFFIN — Hopewell-Loudon’s track and field teams swept a triangular with St. Wendelin and North Baltimore as its girls team won eight events and the boys team won six events Wednesday. The Chieftains topped St. Wendelin 95-52 to win the girls side with North Baltimore...

Prep baseball: Nine-run fourth dooms Redmen to NBC defeat

Otsego blew a scoreless game wide open with nine runs in the top of the fourth inning and went to beat Fostoria, 14-0 in a six-inning Northern Buckeye Conference baseball matchup. Jon Brown laced three hits and David Silva (2-1B), Brant Kitchen (1B, 2B) and Will Varner (2-1B)...

Thursday’s Scoreboard

MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL American League East Division W L Pct GB Baltimore 12 8 .600 — Boston 12 9 .571 ½ Tampa Bay 10 11 .476 2½ Toronto 10 13 .435 3½ New York 8 11 .421 3½ Central Division W L Pct GB Chicago 16 6 .727 — Kansas City 12 8 .600 3 Detroit 10 10 .500 5...

Former prostitute: Sex started in childhood, then came drugs

By ALLISON REAMER FOR THE REVIEW TIMES Jill learned about sex before she knew how to color. She was sexually abused by a family member when she was 3 years old. “I was a very sexually active child,” she said. “That was pretty much what I knew at a young...

Poppy Day set for May 6

Fostoria American Legion Post 73 Auxiliary will be distributing red poppies from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. May 6 at various locations throughout Fostoria for a fee in honor of America’s veterans. More than 2,500 disabled and needy veterans around the United States will hand-craft...
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