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Water from Tiffin heads to Flint

February 2, 2016 By Jill Gosche Online Editor jgosche@advertiser-tribune.com Local bottled water is on its way to help those affected by the water crisis in Michigan. Tiffin Paper Co. more »»

Development zone gets nod

February 2, 2016 In a 6-1 vote Monday, Tiffin’s City Council approved the creation of a Community Reinvestment Area in the city’s Third Ward that could stimulate construction and improvement projects through the use... more »»

Woman sentenced for hitting cruiser

February 2, 2016 A woman whose vehicle struck a Tiffin Police Department cruiser while the officer sat inside last year was sentenced to 30 days in jail Monday morning. more »»

Trial begins for man accused of sex crimes

February 2, 2016 By Jill Gosche Online Editor jgosche@advertiser-tribune.com A jury trial started Monday for a man accused of sex crime. more »»

Donations help the bus go ’round for St. Francis

February 2, 2016 Through the help of two foundations and private donors, St. Francis Home was able to purchase a new bus. A new 15-passenger bus is to join the fleet of three vehicles the St. more »»

Armed robbery Sunday in Clyde investigated

February 2, 2016 CLYDE — Clyde Police Department is looking for a person who allegedly robbed a restaurant Sunday evening. According to the police department, a person at East of Chicago, 422 E. more »»

Tiffin resident’s book offers reflections on mortality, marriage and popular culture

February 2, 2016 Tiffin author William Bradley’s new book “Fractals” is available. The linked collection of essays explores how fragmented, seemingly unrelated snapshots fit together to form a lif. more »»

Two shot in Fostoria

January 31, 2016 FOSTORIA — A man was charged Saturday with attempted murder after allegedly shooting a woman and her daughter. According to a release from Fostoria Police Department, a person reported at 2:33 p.m. more »»

Best of the best

January 31, 2016 Columbian High School honored former basketball players that have scored 1,000 points in their careers. more »»

Gun control in America

January 31, 2016 Across the country, people are debating what steps — if any — the federal government should take to try to prevent gun violence. more »»

Tiffin woman marks 100 years

January 31, 2016 Snowy conditions Jan. 28, 1916, could not prevent the birth of a baby at the home of the Trotter Family of Tiffi. more »»

Showing her skills

January 31, 2016 Lauren Reaves performs floor exercises during the Tiffin YMCA Icicle Gymnastics Invitational. There were 219 gymnasts from Ohio and Michigan making up 9 teams. Athletes range in age from 9-18. more »»

Ballreich’s up and running

January 30, 2016 When fire was burning from the floor to the ceiling, Linda Reis, a co-owner of Ballreich’s Bros., thought the factory was gone. more »»

Home court for homecoming

January 30, 2016 New Riegel boys basketball players take the court for their game against Lakota in New Riegel Friday. The Blue Jackets posted a 71-21 homecoming victory over the Raiders. more »»

Taser deterrent

January 30, 2016 Leaders of local law enforcement agencies say they are happy with their stun gun usage policies. more »»

Contest winner

January 30, 2016 Jessica Williams (left), co-owner of Bailiwicks Coffee Co., holds a traveling trophy for Seneca Regional Chamber of Commerce & Visitor Services' window decorating contest at the shop, 62 S. more »»

Tiny needs a home

January 30, 2016 This big, lovable, playful guy is Tiny, a 2-year-old pit bull terrier. He was surrendered Nov.24 because his owner was moving to a place that didn’t allow pets. more »»

Chief honors village police officer

January 30, 2016 ATTICA — Village Police Officer Jason Bush was recognized by Chief of Police Keith Turner Thursday night with the Community Service Award for purchasing enough gas for stranded motorists to get them... more »»

Polar Bear Jump, breakfast Feb. 6

January 30, 2016 The 15th annual Polar Bear Jump is to take place at 11 a.m. Feb. 6 at Camden Falls Conference & Reception Center, 2458 S. SR 231. Registration is to begin at 9 a.m., with breakfast starting at 9:30 a. more »»

USHS mourns junior’s death

January 29, 2016 UPPER SANDUSKY — An Upper Sandusky High School junior was remembered Thursday as a well-known and well-liked boy who had the best smile. Duane J. more »»

 
 
 

 

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