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Clyde grad gets a shot

January 13, 2015 A 21-year-old Clyde resident was to appear with The Ohio State University marching band during the university’s football game against the Oregon Ducks Monday night in the first College Football... more »»

High school musicians play at inauguration

January 13, 2015 COLUMBUS — Three area high school students performed during Gov. John Kasich’s inauguration Monday with the All-Ohio State Fair Band. more »»

Couple accused in burglary

January 13, 2015 A man and woman were arrested after a burglary at a Jackson Township residence early Sunday morning. Deputy Troy Callahan of Seneca County Sheriff’s Office said Justin C. more »»

Fostorian charged with robbery

January 13, 2015 A Fostoria man who was shot during an alleged robbery attempt in September was charged with robbery last week. more »»

Police pop alleged soda thieves

January 13, 2015 Two men have been charged with theft in connection to the theft of soda from a vending machine at Fostoria Rail Park. According to Tiffin-Fostoria Municipal Court documents, Jeremy L. more »»

Supposed theft stems from misuse of unemployment funds

January 13, 2015 A Tiffin man recently was indicted on charges of tampering with records and grand theft for allegedly depriving Job and Family Services of unemployment benefit. more »»

Briefly, Jan. 13

January 13, 2015 Man dies in one-car crash A Bellefontaine man died in a single-vehicle accident Sunday morning in Logan County. more »»

Planning stage

January 12, 2015 Sisters Marissa Shetterly (center left) and bride-to-be Miranda Moody (center right) enjoy looking at wedding rings offered by Jeffrey Jewelry at the Wedding Showcase Sunday at Camden Falls. more »»

Break-in at church leads to arrest

January 12, 2015 A man originally from Kentucky was arrested Sunday evening in connection to a break-in at Fostoria Church of God and Coffee House Ministries, 124 W. Tiffin St. more »»

First Call knows the way

January 12, 2015 When it comes to directing individuals to find help, First Call for Help has a handle on the situation. more »»

BC remembers major fan

January 12, 2015 NEW WASHINGTON — The community of Buckeye Central Local Schools was saddened by the loss Tuesday of one of Buckeye Central’s biggest fans. more »»

Board of Revision to organize for year

January 12, 2015 Seneca County Board of Revision is to have an organizational meeting at 9 a.m. Monday in the Auditor’s office. They are also to review an application for a remission of penalty. more »»

Aqua Ohio offers advice on pipes

January 12, 2015 Aqua Ohio is encouraging customers to take steps to prevent frozen pipes. more »»

Rep. finishes 12-year career

January 11, 2015 With his latest term officially over, State Rep. more »»

Preparing the feast

January 11, 2015 Tom Fretz prepares Deutsche kartoffel salat (German potato salad) as Jackie Fletcher makes brezel (giant pretzels) Saturday as part of the hauptmahlzeit (main dish) of the German Feast at 1st... more »»

Heat lamps burn insulation in Sycamore

January 11, 2015 SYCAMORE — Heat lamps melted insulation wrapping and charred wood in a residence Saturday afternoon. Chief Bryan Clouse of Sycamore Volunteer Fire Department said the homeowner at 418 W. Seventh St. more »»

Deputies investigate shots fired at mailbox

January 11, 2015 A bullet passed through a mailbox and struck an Adams Township house Friday evening. more »»

Time to skate

January 10, 2015 PHOTO BY JILL GOSCHE Kayl Misner, 7, skates on the ice rink on Courthouse Square Friday evening. The ice rink is open 11 a.m.-10 p.m. today, and festivities include ice sculpture carving at 11 a.. more »»

City trash bid awarded

January 10, 2015 Tiffin Board of Control awarded the bid for trash hauling and curbside recycling to FSI Disposal of Clyde during a meeting Friday. more »»

Deputies recover some scam funds

January 10, 2015 FLAT ROCK — Law enforcement officers were able to get about $9,000 returned to a Thompson Township woman who was scammed out of $16,000 via Facebook last month. more »»



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