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TCS board to have retreat

November 20, 2014 Tiffin City Board of Education has scheduled a board retreat at 4 p.m. Friday at the Administration Building, 244 S. Monroe St. The retreat has been facilitated by the Ohio School Boards Association. more »»

Rollover closes CR 51 for 4 hours

November 19, 2014 A semi overturned Tuesday morning on East CR 51, causing the road to be closed for several hours. more »»

County talks museum support

November 19, 2014 Seneca County commissioners agreed to take over general maintenance and utility costs for the Seneca County Museum during their regular meeting Tuesday. more »»

Clyde-GS leader rebuked

November 19, 2014 CLYDE — Clyde-Green Springs Exempted Village Board of Education issued a letter of reprimand to the district superintendent after Monday night’s meeting. more »»

‘My Voice, My Choice’

November 19, 2014 The Seneca County Opportunity Center initiated “My Voice, My Choice” Tuesday evening. more »»

Elections board certifies voting results

November 19, 2014 Seneca County Board of Elections certified the general election results during its meeting Tuesday. The final count reflected no change to the unofficial election results. more »»

Superintendent against Common Core repeal

November 19, 2014 FOSTORIA — Fostoria Schools Superintendent Andrew Sprang gave his stance on Common Core legislation and winter weather policies in a board of education meeting Monday night. more »»

Village administrator receives seals for signs

November 19, 2014 REPUBLIC — Republic Village Administrator Crystal Hoepf has obtained the completed seals for village signs. more »»

Board accepts bid on buses

November 19, 2014 ATTICA — During its Monday meeting, Seneca East Board of Education approved Treasurer Laura Brickner’s financial report and her recommendation to accept a bid from Rush Truck Center of Findlay for... more »»

Trucks collide; woman injured

November 18, 2014 MELMORE — A woman suffered life-threatening injuries when she lost control of a truck in the snow and struck an oncoming truck in Eden Township Monday mornin. more »»

Council to appoint chaplain for prayer

November 18, 2014 Tiffin City Council members unanimously agreed Monday to create legislation allowing council to appoint a chaplain to lead council in prayer before meetings. more »»

TCS approves roof work at Lincoln

November 18, 2014 The Tiffin City Board of Education approved a roofing contract for the former Lincoln Elementary building during a special meeting Monday morning. more »»

Walls come tumbling down

November 18, 2014 All Demolition of McComb started demolition of the former Stalsworth Hotel on Market Street Monday. Work is expected to be completed today. more »»

‘Hard time’

November 18, 2014 A Heidelberg University staff member shared her experiences losing two family members to suicide. The Monday evening program was part of the university’s Mental Health Awareness Week. more »»

Bettsville man injured in snowmobile accident

November 18, 2014 A Bettsville man was injured Monday evening after he was thrown from a snowmobile on North CR 7. more »»

Slick roads cause many accidents

November 18, 2014 Snow- and ice-covered roadways led to several accidents Monday in Seneca County. more »»

Sexual imposition charge levied

November 18, 2014 A Fostoria woman charged in June with unlawful sexual conduct with a minor has been charged with sexual imposition. more »»

Drug case nets community control

November 18, 2014 A Tiffin woman was sentenced to three years of community control last week after pleading guilty to drug-related charges. According to court documents, A. more »»

Tree trimmer faces more charges

November 18, 2014 More charges have been filed against a Tiffin man arrested earlier this month for allegedly running a tree-trimming scam. David A. Yates, 50, who was arrested Nov. more »»

County commission agenda

November 18, 2014 Seneca County commissioners are to meet in a work session at 9:30 a.m. today. During the 10 a.m. regular session, they are to discuss Seneca County Museum’s future. more »»

 
 
 

 

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