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Few cast ballots

May 6, 2015 Seneca County Board of Elections Director Karl Erbland said this year’s primary election turnout was lower than expected. more »»

Republic teen hurt in rollover crash

May 6, 2015 A Republic teenager was hurt when he rolled his vehicle in a field several times Tuesday afternoon. Sgt. Angel Burgos of the Fremont post of State Highway Patrol said Adam P. more »»

County outlines justice center strategy

May 6, 2015 Seneca County commissioners discussed the next steps toward construction of a joint justice center during their meeting Tuesday. more »»

Montz, Sauber look to fall mayoral race

May 6, 2015 Incumbent Aaron Montz and Dave Sauber are to face off in the race for Tiffin mayor in November. According to unofficial results from Tuesday’s primary, Montz received 638 votes, or 88.49 percent. more »»

Candidates move on to November

May 6, 2015 Several Tiffin council and city positions are to be decided in the November general electio. more »»

Attica parks levy defeated by 6 votes

May 6, 2015 ATTICA — By six votes, residents rejected a five-year, 0.75-mill levy for Attica park operations Tuesday. The vote was 60 against the levy and 54 in favor. more »»

Fostoria results

May 6, 2015 Unofficial votes for Fostoria include results from Seneca, Wood and Hancock counties. Mayor Eric Keckler 284 Council president David L. more »»

Sheriff cracks down on stopped trains

May 6, 2015 After a recent increase in citizen complaints regarding blocked railroad crossings, the Seneca County Sheriff’s Office has begun to crack down on railroad companies. more »»

Green Springs to put fire, EMS levy on ballot

May 6, 2015 GREEN SPRINGS — Village Council Members decided Monday evening to ensure Green Springs citizens’ public safety concerns would be taken care of by a single ballot issue. more »»

Rural development official to address Terra graduates

May 6, 2015 FREMONT – A federal official who provides leadership for three agencies that assist in improving the economic well-being of rural Americans is to serve as the keynote speaker for the 46th... more »»

Indiana raises questions about rights, obligations of entrepreneurs

May 6, 2015 The recent controversy surrounding the passing of Indiana’s Religious Freedom Act has raised questions about the right of business owners to practice their religion and how this right might conflict... more »»

Tiffin’s Relay For Life starts at noon May 16

May 6, 2015 Tiffin’s Relay for Life this year is to run for 12 hours May 16 at Hedges-Boyer Park with a Disney theme, “Wish upon a star as we wish upon a cure. more »»

Board talks intersection traffic

May 6, 2015 REPUBLIC — Village council members Monday evening discussed traffic not stopping at the SR 67 and SR 18 intersection. Even though flashing stop signs are posted, many accidents have occurred. more »»

Briefly, May 6

May 6, 2015 Fostoria plans free landfill day FOSTORIA — Fostoria residents can deposit trash, appliances, scrap metal, furniture, mattresses, batteries and other items for free 8-11 a.m. more »»

Council OKs justice center memorandum

May 5, 2015 During Monday’s meeting, Tiffin City Council unanimously approved the memorandum of understanding entering into a non-binding agreement with Seneca County commissioners to build a joint justice... more »»

Walk or pedal?

May 5, 2015 Children, adults and senior citizens are encouraged to bike to school, work or anywhere Wednesday for Bike or Walk to School or Work Da. more »»

Finding options for caregiver respite

May 5, 2015 What are the choices for people who spend most of their days (and some nights) caring for a loved one at home? It might be a child with special needs or an adult who is disabled or subject to memory... more »»

Award-winning artist, instructor among 6 being released at Terra

May 5, 2015 FREMONT — Local artist and art instructor Dan Chudzinski was one of the six faculty members released from Terra State Community College. more »»

Carey council makes quick work of two items, listens to updates

May 5, 2015 CAREY – The Carey village council seats were barely warm before the meeting was wrapped up Monday night. The meeting lasted 12 minutes and two councilmen were absent — Armen Getz and Bob Styer. more »»

Court Briefs

May 5, 2015 ID fraud nets Sycamore man 3 years of community control A Sycamore man was sentenced to three years of community control last week after pleading guilty to a charge of identity fraud against a... more »»



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