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Letters to the Editor 12-17-18

TIME TO STAND OUR GROUND OK. It’s in the news every day, all day, I’m so tired of the bull about President Trump. He did this, he did that. Well, I’m waiting for the press to tell us how many times he uses the bathroom. People don’t like him because he’s a businessman and he’s […]

Area College Basketball: Hemminger comes up big for BU women

BLUFFTON — As she did many times in her prep career for McComb, Nora Hemminger pumped in a game-high 18 points in leading Bluffton University’s women to a 69-52 win over Franklin in a Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference game on Saturday. Hemminger, who hit 6 of 11 field goals, also led all players with four […]

Monday’s Scoreboard

PREP GIRLS BASKETBALL Saturday’s Results Putnam County League Kalida 60, Fort Jennings 45 Sandusky Bay Conference River Division Lakota 61, Danbury 50 Old Fort 54, Fremont St. Joseph 33 Sandusky St. Mary 48, New Riegel 45 Tiffin Calvert 60, Gibsonburg 54 Sandusky Bay Conference Bay Division Castalia Margaretta 63, Willard 35 Oak Harbor 71, Vermilion […]

College Basketball: Another one goes down to the wire for Findlay

By ANDY WOLF STAFF WRITER The No. 14-ranked University of Findlay men’s basketball team did it again Saturday. The Oilers found another way to grind out a Great Midwest Athletic Conference victory at Croy Gymnasium. Lake Erie’s Harrison Riggs missed a contested 3-pointer at the buzzer as UF survived 76-74. “First off I want to […]

Prep Hockey: Findlay finishes 9th at Padua tournament

STRONGSVILLE — Findlay High School’s hockey team trailed 1-0 after the first period but scored three goals in the second and third periods to whip Shaker Heights 6-2 in Sunday’s ninth-place game at the Parma Padua Holiday Tournament at he OBM Arena. Sunday’s win avenged an earlier loss in the tournament, as the Trojans dropped […]

College Wrestling: Skonieczny leads UF wrestlers

INDIANAPOLIS — Ryan Skonieczny, Nathan Vandermeer and James Wimer were the University of Findlay wrestling team’s placers on Sunday at the Midwest Classic at the University of Indianapolis. Skonieczny went 5-2 at 141 pounds to end up in fourth place for the Roughnecks as he improve to 12-7 on the season. Vandermeer (13-7) won his […]

College Basketball: BGSU pulls away from UF men

BOWLING GREEN — The University of Findlay played Bowling Green State University even in the first half before the Falcons took charge for an 82-57 win over the Oilers Sunday at the Stroh Center. The game was BGSU’s Bill Frack Challenge, named to honor the late Bill Frack, a Findlay resident, who was a longtime […]

Prep Swimming Roundup: Solid day for FHS swimmers at NW Ohio Classic

BOWLING GREEN — Findlay High School’s Parker Stocker and Ethan Spradlin recorded top-10 finishes in all four of their events to lead area swimmers at Saturday’s Northwest Ohio Classic at Bowling Green State University on Saturday. Stocker’s performance helped the Trojans to fifth place in the 37-team boys meet. Detroit Central Catholic won the team […]

Girls Basketball Roundup: O-G holds off Arlington

ARLINGTON — Ottawa-Glandorf scored the game’s first 15 points at Arlington, but it was a too big a hole to overcome for the Red Devils as the Titans scored a 55-45 win in Saturday’s nonconference girls basketball game between unbeatens. Arlington (6-1) cut the deficit to four points with under two minutes to play, but […]

Women’s Basketball: UF’s Hintz is too hot to handle

By ANDY WOLF STAFF WRITER The University of Findlay women’s basketball weathered the Storm Saturday. Lake Erie College couldn’t handle Anna Hintz’s second-quarter tornado of three 3-pointers in 3 minutes. And, the senior forward broke open the game and finished with game highs of 24 points and 10 rebounds as the Oilers picked up a […]

UPS Increases Large Package Surcharges

If you’re an e-commerce seller or retailer who sells big products like sofas, tables, mattresses, and TVs, you might have noticed new surcharges from UPS when shipping these large items. UPS has started increasing their charges for Large Package Surcharges (LPS), plus increasing the Additional Handling Surcharge (AHS). Let’s take a closer look now at […]

FedEx & UPS Peak Season Surcharges

For the second year in a row, UPS and FedEx will enforce peak season surcharges that will impact shipping costs for e-commerce businesses this holiday season. Peak season charges are here to stay, and there is no getting around this so let’s dive into the details.   FedEx Fortunately, FedEx will not apply peak season […]

Using LinkedIn for Ecommerce

It’s likely you’re already on LinkedIn, but is your business? A dedicated LinkedIn company page can help boost your brand and increase visibility. Here are a few reasons why your business should be on LinkedIn. Employee exposure. In addition to attracting casual browsers, your company page also has the potential to gain exposure thanks to […]

New Fraud Risk Indicator Now Available for Shopify Orders

In 2017, there was a 30% increase in e-commerce fraud attacks over 2016 according to Experian data. Between the ever-increasing data breaches and the massive amounts of consumer data now on the Dark Web, fraudulent orders is a disturbing trend that only seems to be headed upward. Now, ShipWorks makes it easier to protect your business against […]

UPS Adds Audit Fee for Shipping Charge Corrections

Have you ever accidentally forgot to weigh a shipment before it went, so you guesstimated? You were in a rush, had a dozen things to get done before lunch, and you decided to estimate. Although you may know your products pretty well and the costs of your shipments, you’re about to get charged by UPS […]

New Overstock Integration for ShipWorks!

ShipWorks now offers a native integration for Overstock! The new ShipWorks integration allows Overstock sellers the ability to manage the entire order fulfillment process within one user-friendly interface. One click is all it takes to pull Overstock orders into ShipWorks, from there sellers can compare shipping rates, send notification emails, and much more. In addition […]

6 Tips for Selling on Etsy

Buyers flock to Etsy for handcrafted, vintage and other unique items. If that’s what you sell, hit the ground running as an Etsy seller by following these steps to planning and opening your Etsy shop. 1.      Examine Etsy’s Quick-Start Checklist This guide provides step-by-step instructions for setting up, signing on and starting your shop. As […]

New FedEx Unauthorized Package Charge

Staying on top of shipping charges is one of the most important ways to make sure you’re protecting your e-commerce profit margins. If you’ve ever been hit with a mysterious charge related to a “Ground Unauthorized Package,” you know what we’re talking about. If you don’t know about Ground Unauthorized Packages yet, you’ll want to […]

Why Your Holiday Planning Needs to Start Now

It’s still warm and sunny through most of the United States, and it may seem like the Holidays are far off, but if you are an ecommerce seller the planning season has already begun. Many retailers find that the months of November and December make up as much as 30% of their annual revenue—this makes […]

Integration Spotlight: Walmart Marketplace

Did you know ShipWorks can connect directly to your Walmart Marketplace account? ShipWorks makes it easy to download Walmart Marketplace orders, print shipping labels, manage customers and update the status of orders. With just one click, or a scheduled action, your Walmart Marketplace orders are pulled directly into the ShipWorks interface you are familiar with. […]